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While all Public Interest Litigations (PILs) will be taken up by a bench headed by the CJI, a subject- wise roster has been put in place for allocation of other cases.
Responding to three separate questions in the Rajya Sabha on the "rift" in the higher judiciary, the government said it has not received any information about it from the Supreme Court.
On January 31, a petition has been filed in the top court seeking recusal of Justice Misra from hearing the Bofors case.
The new roster of Supreme Court, assigns the bench headed by Justice J Chelameswar, the senior most judge after CJI Misra, matters related to judicial officers.
The decision to make public the roster system for the allocation of matters assumes significance as four seniormost judges in their January 12 presser had questioned the allocation of sensitive PILs.
Medical college admission scam: Congress lauds CJI Dipak Misra for taking principled stand in Justice Shukla case
The Allahabad High Court judge has been found guilty of misconduct by an internal probe into a medical college admission scam.
Union law ministry sends back recommendations to the Collegium; CJI to hold fresh round of talks with big four today.
The Left is planning to censure the CJI after four Supreme Court judges questioned the functioning of the apex court and claimed that the democracy was in danger.
The CPI-M said it was contemplating an impeachment motion with other opposition parties against Misra after four senior-most judges complained about arbitrary allocation of cases in the Supreme Court.
Judge Loya death case: SC bench headed by CJI Dipak Misra orders transferring of pleas from Bombay HC to itself, says issue is 'serious'
The two petitions were filed to seek an independent probe into the death of Justice Loya, who died in alleged suspicious circumstances in 2014.
Bhushan was speaking at a discussion organised by 'Janhastakshep' and PUCL on the topic - 'Felling of the Last Bastion: Is Indian Democracy in Peril'.
Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra holds talks with them for second time in three days; buys time to consider proposals
There is every danger of the Indian judiciary's independence being compromised by the pressure tactics adopted by the executive, the Communist Party of India-Marxist has said.
Under pressure to take the initiative to resolve the deadlock, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Tuesday took the first concrete step by holding a meeting with four other members of the Collegium.
He requested five senior most apex court Judges, including the four rebel Judges, to hold an in-house inquiry into the medical college's bribery matter.