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Kurian Joseph

Media Not Into 'Public Interest' But In 'What Public Is Interested': Justice Kurian Jospeh

Dec 04, 2018 Ushinor Majumdar

Justice Kurian Joseph who retired from the Supreme Court on Thursday, says today's media is more into what public is interested in rather than in 'public interest'.

We Felt ‘Someone From Outside’ Was Controlling Ex-CJI Dipak Misra: Justice Kurian Joseph

Dec 03, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Justice Kurian Joseph said there were “perceptible signs of influence with regard to allocation of cases to different benches selectively”.

Centre’s Unprecedented Act Threatening The Very Life And Existence Of Supreme Court, Warns Justice Kurian Joseph In A Letter To Judges

"History will not pardon us” if the court doesn’t respond to the government’s unprecedented act, he said in his letter.

After Justice Chelameswar, SC Judge Kurian Joseph Says He Won't Take Up Any Govt Assignment Post-Retirement

Apr 10, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Joseph said two “watchdogs” of democracy – the judiciary and the media -- must act with utmost force when the "democracy is in danger".

14 January, 2018

Judges V/s CJI: Justice Kurian Joseph Says No Need For Outside Intervention To Solve Issue, Correction Inside Institution Required

Outlook Web Bureau

"This is an internal issue of the institution and the institution will sort it out. A correction inside the institution is what is required."

29 July, 2015

Yakub Memon And 'Raj Dharma'

Uttam Sengupta

Emperors had men incurring their displeasure trampled by elephants. The civilized modern state hangs them. But why is that all attributed to 'Raj Dharma'?

27 August, 2014

'The Wisdom Of The Prime Minister'

R.M. Lodha

'It can always be legitimately expected...the Prime Minister...would consider not choosing a person with criminal antecedents against whom charges have been framed for heinous or serious criminal offences or charges of corruption to become a Mini

25 August, 2014

'Arbitrary And Illegal'

R.M. Lodha

'The entire allocation of coal block as per recommendations made by the Screening Committee from 14.07.1993 in 36 meetings and the allocation through the Government dispensation route suffers from the vice of arbitrariness and legal flaws'

09 May, 2013

The Supreme Court Order

R.M. Lodha

The Supreme Court's May 8 order in the coalgate investigations, questioning the behaviour of the CBI director, law minister, the counsel for the govt, PMO and coal ministry officials

Photo Gallery

Fishermen fishing from Kumari dam as it overflowing following heavy rain in Kanyakumari district.

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Union External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is greeted by the officials on his arrival in Israel.

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Commuters wade through amid heavy rain in Gurugram.

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People play instruments during Kullu Dussehra, in Kullu.

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BJP Yuva Morcha workers protest against the alleged attack on the ISKCON temple at Bangladesh, in front of Vivekananda House in Kolkata.

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