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A b " Main Street". Justice Khanna remains a legendary figure among the legal fraternity in India for this decision. Retrieved July 24, However, there have been suggestions from the judges of the Supreme Court of India to provide for a fixed term for the judges including the Chief Justice of India. After the Second Judges' Case no minister, or even the executive collectively, can suggest any names to the president, 29 30 who ultimately decides on appointing them from a list of names recommended only by the collegium of the judiciary.
Recent important cases edit Among the important pronouncements of the supreme court post is the Coelho case. Retrieved "Accountability law must not encroach on judicial independence, cautions CJI". Retrieved July 18, Retrieved Bagriya, Ashok; Sinha, Bhadra.
The supreme court countered these amendments in when it ruled in Golaknath. Appointments and the Collegium edit As per the constitution, as held by the court in the Three Judges Cases , , a judge is appointed to the supreme court by the president on the recommendation of the.
Retrieved 1 February That is why we have used the word 'strive'. But who should become a judge was a matter of opinion and could not be questioned. Some of these other important journals are: Retrieved July 31, As the number of the judges has increased, they sit in smaller benches of two or three referred to as a division bench 14 coming together in larger benches of five or more referred to as a constitution. Retrieved "Govt meddling in Supreme Court: Archived from the original on February 4, References edit General Specific a b "Houston completed.