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Go and sit in one corner of the court: CJI Gogoi lashes out at ex-CBI chief Nageshwar Rao, holds him guilty of contempt in Muzaffarpur case

The Supreme Court on Tuesday lashed out at former interim director of the Central Bureau of Investigation M Nageswara Rao for not following orders and held him guilty of contempt of court. Calling it a brazen act, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi asked the ex-CBI chief to shit in one corner of the court till it rises. "Please go and sit in one corner of the court," the bench headed by the CJI said. Source: HT

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Have to solve pendency, fill up empty posts: CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Sunday said the pendency of cases in courts was “worrisome and troublesome”. Speaking at a function after inaugurating a temporary complex of Andhra Pradesh high court at Nelapadu in Amaravati, Gogoi said, “This is not a good sign. Both the bar and the bench need to take a serious view and work in close coordination to meet this challenge.” source: HT

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Soon, new cases to be taken up within 5 days: CJI

Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi on Wednesday indicated that there would soon be a system in place whereby all new cases filed in the top court will be taken up for hearing within five days. “I have settled new norms for listing of cases which will ensure that every urgent matter comes up on the docket within four days of its filing, at the most five days. We are trying to get rid of urgent mentioning before the court, which unnecessarily takes away judicial time. The attempt is to do away with the practice of oral mentioning altogether,” said CJI Gogoi. Source: HT

On plea for early hearing on Article 35A, top court to take ‘in-chamber’ decision

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would take an “in-chamber” decision on listing of a petition challenging the constitutional validity of Article 35-A, which provides special rights to permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir. The petition filed by an NGO claims that Article 35A is illegal and that it was added to the Constitution without being brought before Parliament. The petitioner, Supreme Court lawyer, Charu Wali Khanna has asked for an urgent hearing in the case claiming it “affects the rights of children and women”. Source: HT

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