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The collegium for appointing Supreme Court and High Court judges consists of 6 members instead of 5 judges

  • Supreme Court and High Court judges are nominated and appointed by a panel of 5 judges headed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court known as the 'Collegium'. This practice has been in place since 1998.
  • In this case, instead of the practice of 5 judges in the collegium panel, the procedure of 6 judges will be implemented for the first time. At present Chief Justice of the Supreme Court U.U. Lalit is the Chairman of the Collegium Committee.
  • While he is going to retire in the first week of next month, TY Chandrachud will be sworn in as the next Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on November 9. He will retire on November 10, 2024.
  • The 5-member collegium headed by Justice DY Chandrachud also includes four Supreme Court Justices SK Kaul, KM Joseph, SA Naseer and MR Shah. All four of them will retire before the retirement of TY Chandrachud. None of them can be the next new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
  • Therefore, as per the Appointment of Judges Act, only one of the judges in the collegium can become the next Chief Justice.
  • Accordingly, Supreme Court Justice Sanjiv Khanna is eligible to become the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court after Justice Chandrachut. Therefore, he himself has been included as the 6th judge of the panel.
  • He will become the next Chief Justice of the Supreme Court only after November 10, 2024. During his tenure as Chief Justice, Justice PR Kawai will be included in the collegium panel in terms of seniority.
  • He will be the next Chief Justice. It is to be noted that during that period again the collegium panel will consist of 5 judges as per the existing practice.
Rajiv Foundation license cancelled
  • The foundation named after the late former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was established on June 21, 1991. In this foundation headed by Sonia, Manmohan Singh, Rahul, Priyanka, P. Chidambaram, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Suman Dubey, Ashok Ganguly are the trustees.
  • In this case, the central government has sent a notice to the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. In it, it has been announced that the foundation's license will be revoked for violating the norms in receiving funds from abroad.
World Under-23 Wrestling Championships - India's Aman Sherawat wins gold medal
  • India's Aman Sherawat won the gold medal at the Under-23 World Championship in Spain. 18-year-old Indian player Aman Sherawat and Turkey's Ahmed Tuman participated in the freestyle 57 kg weight category. In this, Indian player Aman has won by beating Duman with the score of 12-4 and has created a record.
  • With this, Aman Sherawat became the first player in the history of India to win a gold medal in the Under-23 World Championship Wrestling.
7th Ayurveda Day was celebrated in a grand manner across the country
  • 7th Ayurveda Day was celebrated in India and Internationally on a grand scale today. This year the 7th Ayurveda Day was celebrated with the theme "Har Din Har Kar Ayurveda", i.e. Commitment to reach the benefits of Ayurveda to all people.
  • The six-week long celebration received a huge response from all over the country. More than 5,000 events were organized by the Union Ministry of AYUSH in collaboration with more than 26 Union Ministries and Government of India Embassies of the Ministry of External Affairs.

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