Arbitrarily assigning cases to junior judges will harm rule of law: Ex-judges
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Arbitrarily assigning cases to junior judges will harm rule of law: Ex-judges

Arbitrarily letting junior judges head benches in the Supreme Court will harm the rule of law, four retired judges wrote to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Sunday, throwing their weight behind four rebel judges in the apex court who have complained a

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