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Justice Ranjan Gogoi: A rebel with a cause


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Frankly speaking
Request to sir
by Frankly speaking (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 09:25 PM

Sir I know you envision far impacting changes in our system. Please note my request:
- can you make it mandatory to write legal clauses in an agreement in easy language understandable to common people? Target audience here is common people who signed the paper...then why we still use super tough language that is understandable to lawyers only...lawyers should also earn on their merit to fight a case..not on their merit of understanding a form of communication which is the language here.

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sanjay acharya
RE: Impeachment !!
by sanjay acharya (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 11:45 AM

Question is, will he be impeached? If yes, when?


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NEELAKANTAN R
Rebel is a rebel
by NEELAKANTAN R (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 05:36 PM  | Hide replies

Cause is not important. If you ask a murderer he will also justify the action of murder. But do we accept the same. The same way judges when they come to media whatever may be the cause is not acceptable. Then why the court are unhappy when police want to clear the mind of public about the arrest made by them. Indian judicial system is not accountable to anybody. When a judgement was overturned by High court and the same judgement was upheld after several years by SC who was accountable for the events happened in between and several crores of money of common man was mishandled by a culprit. What was their objections and was the same sorted out even after they came to media. It was a clear case of in-subordination. A murderer may also justify that he settled dispute without long waiting for judgement by our court. Will you accept.

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piri
Re: Rebel is a rebel
by piri (View MyPage) on Sep 17, 2018 09:38 AM
The judges addressed a presser only because the CJI, Dipak Misra, was blatantly acting as a stooge of the BJP !

The most blatant act of the CJI was the refusal to reopen the Justice Loya murder case, a case where the panel handpicked by him (Chandrachud and Khanwilkar and himself) remained silent about a series of very incriminating evidences and tried to cover it up with a statement questioning the *attempt to tarnish the judiciary* !

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sashi karmwar
Re: Re: Rebel is a rebel
by sashi karmwar (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:36 PM
And this judge is stooge of Congress and Commies. His family is in Con and his father was Congress CM

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sashi karmwar
Re: Re: Rebel is a rebel
by sashi karmwar (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:36 PM
And this judge is stooge of Congress and Commies. His family is in Con and his father was Congress CM

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Rebel is a rebel
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on Sep 17, 2018 11:53 AM
oye ever stinking kaliye, why there was a need or reopening of case relating to the death of Hustice loya when two judges of courts were accompanying himmat the time of his death and they and justice Loys's family members did not find anything suspicipous in the death of Justice Loya ? Why other people and some political parties wit vested interest were only interested in reopening of the case ? Uselss komaaaaaali buffoon, are you challenging intelligence, experience, legal knowldge and wisdom of the judges of the highest court of this country ? What incriminating evidence you are writing about ? Komaaaaaaaali Buffoon, do you have any knowldege about law or law of evidence ? Better just keep quiet instead of acting like a real komaaaaaaaaali and exposing your lack of intelligence and knowldge .

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Rebel is a rebel
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on Sep 17, 2018 11:53 AM
oye ever stinking kaliye, why there was a need or reopening of case relating to the death of Hustice loya when two judges of courts were accompanying himmat the time of his death and they and justice Loys's family members did not find anything suspicipous in the death of Justice Loya ? Why other people and some political parties wit vested interest were only interested in reopening of the case ? Uselss komaaaaaali buffoon, are you challenging intelligence, experience, legal knowldge and wisdom of the judges of the highest court of this country ? What incriminating evidence you are writing about ? Komaaaaaaaali Buffoon, do you have any knowldege about law or law of evidence ? Better just keep quiet instead of acting like a real komaaaaaaaaali and exposing ypour lack of intelligence and knowldge .

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sandeep
Mr. Antony My Question
by sandeep (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 11:08 PM

How can a future chief justice of India can be "rebel with a cause". Rebel word used by the author itself demean democracy in India whether the cause is right or wrong.

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jyotirmoy bagchi
Justice Ranjan Gogoi
by jyotirmoy bagchi (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:26 PM

It is an understatement that democracy is in danger. There is no such called democracy as far as judicial functioning is concerned. If places like NCLT is ridden with corruption, no jurisprudence is visible then where comes the very utterance of democracy?

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B  B Sharma
Welcome CJI Justice Gogoi
by B B Sharma (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:06 PM  | Hide replies

I doff my hat to the fine men who had ruffled feather by breaking convention & traditions . They have put their own reputation at stake to speak from a place called conscience.
Hope under justice Gogoi leadership Hon`ble SC shall maintain its institutional equanimity & rectitude.

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daniel thorat
Re: Welcome CJI Justice Gogoi
by daniel thorat (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:29 PM
Constitutional equanimity and rectitude et al still suffer from govt.coercion and arm twisting or threat thereof. Justice Gogoi may perhaps re-establish the SUPREMACY of the SC because the Legislative and Executive wings make convenient, faulty, self-serving laws and do not abide by them. Any legislation must ultimately pass the approval of the SC. Therefore, enlarge it enough to supervise each and every action of these two wings so that any one person is not allowed to rule like a dictator and decide on changing India and giving bullet train etc. to favoured State etc. A 22% voters - govt.just cannot be allowed to dominate and persecute the 78%, who were divided during elections. SC can initiate a serious discussion on this aspect.

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Vidyut Shenoy
Re: Re: Welcome CJI Justice Gogoi
by Vidyut Shenoy (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:29 PM
The laws were passed when INC ruled. Often in their rule, people just vanished leaving behind ghosts. Are you one of them>

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NEELAKANTAN R
Re: Re: Welcome CJI Justice Gogoi
by NEELAKANTAN R (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 05:29 PM
That is democracy

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Raj Gopal
Wonder how he would react
by Raj Gopal (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 11:35 AM  | Hide replies

I wonder how he would react if there's a revolt of SC Judges during his tenure as CJI. May better sense prevail and hope he would continue to Judge without any prejudice.

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Anil Kumar
Re: Wonder how he would react
by Anil Kumar (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 04:17 PM
This will come if some decision are not in favor of ....? Why you are wise enough

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daniel thorat
Re: Wonder how he would react
by daniel thorat (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:09 PM
That revolt was purely and entirely because of the very glaring and arrogant style of not giving matters to deserving senior judges. SC judges are too honourable to make revolts casually. Here was a case where the CJI did not yield and continued his personal decisions. That will not happen with Justice Gogoi or any other SC judge. That sure was a dark spot and was result of political pressures.

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sashi karmwar
Re: Re: Wonder how he would react
by sashi karmwar (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:39 PM
Most of these so called rebel judges have come to this level because of their licking of Congress Gandhis. Most of these judges have been propped up over a period of time. This judge father is an Ec CM of a state and from Congress. So how he has reached this stage is well known. He is a stooge of Commies and Congress and will get in the same coin.

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Raj Gopal
Re: Re: Wonder how he would react
by Raj Gopal (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 02:51 PM
The present CJI followed his conscious and there are no written rules as far as allocation of cases are concerned. A Judge cannot and should not wish to take up a case which is not allotted to him by CJI's discretion.They could have sorted it out without going to the media which they did just to unjustly discredit the CJI and Government of the Day.
Please go thru the rule book once again.

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NG Nileshwar
CJI of India
by NG Nileshwar (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 09:20 AM  | Hide replies

Once again its is legacy of succession within the family. Even the SC is not spared. Bravo Hindustan, keep it up.
Since Justice Gogoi is a man of few words and rarely seen in public platforms, what he did say recently offers some clue to his mind: 'Independent journalists and sometimes noisy judges are democracy's first line of defence'. In the same Delhi speech, he batted for a more pro-active judiciary.

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hinduindian
Re: CJI of India
by hinduindian (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 09:58 AM
MEANING HE HAS LINKES MAOISTS, KANGRESS A$$ LICKERS MORE THAN ANYBODY !

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daniel thorat
Re: Re: CJI of India
by daniel thorat (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:34 PM
A$$ LICKING now may perhaps have to be done by the other side bhakts. "hinduindian" may well look upon 377 decision and ask where has that tall talk replete with Jatayu, and other mythical entities now gone, when something which always existed and was therefore definiely allowed now demands public exhibition of the filth?

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Vidyut Shenoy
Re: Re: Re: CJI of India
by Vidyut Shenoy (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:31 PM
RAGAmuffian Crossk alert.

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sashi karmwar
Re: Re: Re: CJI of India
by sashi karmwar (View MyPage) on Oct 03, 2018 12:42 PM
Chmchas can not think beyond calling other bhkats. Instead of talking on merrit you are again going back to religion. Don't do it. We can equally give it back. This judge did a mistake. He is not suitable. He is acting as a stooge of Vatican's because Gandhi's are loyal to Vatican's and not to the country. And you yourself is a convert. Your forefathers converted for few buck's and trying to play politics

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NEELAKANTAN R
Re: Re: Re: CJI of India
by NEELAKANTAN R (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 05:42 PM
Daneil, Please differ from bringing religion in this issue. Then others also will have freedom to use the same weapon.

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Bharat Thakkar
any anti national person is hero for you
by Bharat Thakkar (View MyPage) on Sep 14, 2018 07:46 PM  | Hide replies

any anti national person is hero for you, keep it up

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piri
Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by piri (View MyPage) on Sep 14, 2018 08:51 PM
The worst anti national is the person who abets the biggest theft of public wealth !

And so, komaaaaali Narendra Modi is the worst anti national by a wide margin !

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Dipankar Mukherji
Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by Dipankar Mukherji (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 09:54 AM
half the Kerla Cm's fund diverted to Commie Election Fund. What can you expect. They wanted the whole world to contribute in currency. Other household materials they dont want.

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piri
Re: Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by piri (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 02:42 PM

The Rafale scam has played out and Modi govt govt is labouring hard to hide the massive breach of procedures it is guilty of. It was precisely to avoid or minimalise the scrutiny of the CAG that komaaaali Modi entered into the supposed govt to govt deal with France, did not consult the cabinet and skipped a host of other defence procurement procedures.

The Kerala CMDRF, on the other hand, is bound by the CAGs scrutiny terms and protocol !

Not a rupee can come in nor go out without the CAG coming to know about it !

Understood, you oaf ?

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 11:32 AM
Abe ever stinking kaliye, the jobless, useless komaaaaaaaaaali buffoon, do you know anything about Rafale deal or just continue your nonsense as usual ? Komaaaaaaali you always refer is elected Prime minister of this country and he is more experienced, successful, honest that all komaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalis like you.

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daniel thorat
Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by daniel thorat (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 12:36 PM
Bit confused by "komaaaaali" please. What does it mean?

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piri
Re: Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by piri (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 02:22 PM

Clown (in Malayalam)

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 11:33 AM
what you can say about you kalumal komaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaali for a person like you with ever stinking, dirty, kaaaaaali bottom ?

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P S SHAH
Re: Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by P S SHAH (View MyPage) on Sep 16, 2018 11:29 AM
Abe ever stinking kaliye, you continue your kraaaa.....kraaaa...... kraaaaaa......while Modi and BJP retain power for the next term.

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hinduindian
Re: any anti national person is hero for you
by hinduindian (View MyPage) on Sep 15, 2018 09:56 AM
GREAT COMMENT !

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