Some didn't want temple ruling in my tenure: Ranjan Gogoi
Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Wednesday dismissed criticism over the Ayodhya judgement for not revealing who wrote it, insisting that this issue was being raised by those who did not want a judgement to be delivered on the case during his tenure.
Failed ambitions are reasons behind criticisms against me: Ranjan Gogoi
Failed ambitions are the reasons behind the criticisms against me: Fo...
Watch: Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi takes oath as RS member
Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Thursday took oath as member of Rajya Sabha amid uproar by opposition members. As Gogoi reache...
Kurian Joseph hits out at Ranjan Gogoi for taking Rajya Sabha route
Joseph said he was “surprised” that Justice Gogoi, “who had once exhibited such courage of conviction to uphold the independence of judiciary, had compromised the noble principles on the independence and impartiality of the judiciary”.
President nominates former CJI Ranjan Gogoi to the Rajya Sabha
Ranjan Gogoi served as the 46th Chief Justice of India. His term as Chief Justice was from 3 October 2018 till 17 November 2019. On 9 November 2019, the five judge bench headed by him delivered the verdict in the historical and controversial Ayodhya dispute case.
Next session of Parliament depends on ground situation: M Venkaiah Naidu
M Venkaiah Naidu, who is the Rajya Sabha chairman, was interacting with the MPs as part of his 'Mission Connect' during which he has been talking to a large number of parliamentarians as well as former presidents and prime ministers, present and former chief justices of India, governors and chief ministers, since the lockdown began.
Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi takes oath amid protests, walkout in Rajya Sabha
Congress and CPM members shouted ‘shame on you’; former Chief Justice of India refuses to comment on opposition reaction
Ranjan Gogoi’s Rajya Sabha entry to shake people’s faith in judiciary: Congress
On the earlier cases of some ex-CJIs entering the RS or becoming the vice-president, Singhvi said, “The wrong example number one given is that of justice Ranganath Misra (who became an RS member on a Congress ticket)."
Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi nominated to Rajya Sabha by President Ram Nath Kovind
The President of India today nominated former Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi, to the Rajya Sabha (Upper House).In exercise of the powe...
Justice Ranjan Gogoi retires as CJI
Justice Gogoi's tenure as judge and as CJI was marked by some controversies and personal allegations but that never came in his way of his judicial work that was reflected in the last few days when benches headed by him delivered some path-breaking judgements.
Ranjan Gogoi to get Z plus security in Assam after his retirement
Assam police has been tasked with the security arrangement for Gogoi’s ancestral home in Dibrugarh and another house in Guwahati. A senior police official in Assam said, “We have received a communication from the Union home ministry where it is stated that Gogoi’s security is upgraded to Z plus, which is the highest security cover."
Outgoing CJI Ranjan Gogoi gets farewell at Supreme Court premises
Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi was given farewell at the Supreme Court premises on November 15 in Delhi. Today is CJI Gogoi’s las...
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi sits in bench for last time
Court number 1 of the apex court is the courtroom of the Chief Justice of India. Justice Gogoi sat in the bench with chief justice-designate S A Bobde for just four minutes, during which Supreme Court Bar Association president Rakesh Khanna expressed gratitude on behalf of the Bar to the chief justice. Justice Gogoi will demit office as CJI on Sunday.
Don’t want to get into contentious issue: CJI Ranjan Gogoi
CJI Ranjan Gogoi launched the Assamese translation of a book ‘Courts of India, Past and Present’ at a function in Guwahati. Gogoi will retire on November 18. Some of the colleagues of the CJI, who were present on the occasion, heaped praises on Gogoi and the Supreme Court.
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