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Chhattisgarh row: New Attorney General named, his predecessor says never quit

The orders to appoint Satish Chandra Verma were issued by state Law Department late Friday night, hours after Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel told reporters that Tiwari’s resignation had been received and accepted.

The country’s counsel

The Attorney-General for India is an independent law officer who is mandated to uphold the Constitution and is obliged to speak truth to power.


The Court’s voice

The Attorney General’s concerns about constitutional morality are misplaced.

Appointment of DGP: Supreme Court seeks A-G help on J&K’s plea

The state has approached the court, seeking exemption for itself from the guidelines regarding tenure of a DGP as laid down by the apex court in the 2006 Prakash Singh case.

You have data to attack judiciary, not on appointments: SC to Govt

Assuring the court that appointments to High Courts in the North-East would be made soon, the Attorney General said that will not however resolve the problem of vacancies in all High Courts.

Centre extends term of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, senior law officers

Mukul Rohatgi has been representing the Center in the Supreme Court in many crucial cases including Triple Talaq. 


Forty Years Ago: No Role For Court

President Isabel Peron called general elections in Argentina for October 17, 1976, in an apparent effort to defuse political tensions and head off a possible military coup.

FIR against Governor in MPPEB scam: HC seeks Attorney General's opinion

The court also issued a notice to the Special Task Force (STF) probing the MPPEB scam.

Delhi Confidential: TONGUE TIED

Attorney General began his speech at Supreme Court by saying that there was “no point” delivering a speech after “speech of the year” had been delivered.

‘Must take IB inputs with pinch of salt’

Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee says collegium system of appointing judges should be junked.