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Deepak Gupta

Deepak Gupta

Deepak Gupta is a judge of the Supreme Court of India and former Chief Justice of the Tripura High Court and Chhattisgarh High Court. He has also served as a judge at the Himachal Pradesh High Court, serving as the head of its green bench.

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Justice Deepak Gupta gets a virtual farewell amid lockdown

Justice Deepak Gupta, who was sworn in as a judge of the Supreme Court on February 17, 2017, demitted the office today after serving for a little over three years.Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) today orgsed the send off function through the app to give a virtual farewell to the judge.Dushyant Dave, the President of the SCBA and a senior Supreme Court lawyer, said, "Integrity and impartially have always been integral to Justice Deepak Gupta's conduct.

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Judges cannot live in ivory towers, courts must protect poor: SC Judge

Supreme Court judge, Justice Deepak Gupta on Wednesday said that judges cannot live in ivory towers but must be aware of what is happening in the world around them.Citing the crisis unleashed due to the coronavirus pandemic, he added the courts must protect the poor and the underprivileged, because they are hit the hardest in trying times.At the farewell, Justice Gupta said in a country which professes to follow the rule of law and the principle of separation of powers, there is no alternative to a totally independent judiciary.

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Nineteen Ind have been stuck in Dubai airport for three weeks, as most of them were in transit when India stopped inbound flights due to the coronavirus pandemic, the media reported.

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On migrant workers, Centre tells SC govt monitoring helpline daily

(IANS) The Centre on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court it was "on top of the situation" in connection with issues of migrant workers amid the nationwide lockdown, and that the Home Minister is daily monitoring the helpline set up for the workers.

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SC directs union heath secy to facilitate movement of people for treatment between Karnataka, Kerala

The Supreme Court on Friday directed the union health secretary to have a meeting with the chief secretaries of Karnataka and Kerala to facilitate the movement of people for medical treatments in wake of coronavirus spread.

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Efforts underway to help stranded Indian passengers at Dubai airport

Authorities in Dubai taking steps to help stranded passengers, including 22 Ind, who were in transit at the airport here when their home countries suddenly stopped inbound flights due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was reported on Friday.

6 Indians stuck at Dubai airport for 4 days
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6 Indians stuck at Dubai airport for 4 days

Six Indian nationals were stranded at the Dubai aiport for the past four days after they werent allowed to board their connecting flight to their home country over coronavirus fears, it was reported.

Criticism of institutions can't be termed as anti-national: SC judge Deepak Gupta
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Criticism of institutions can't be termed as anti-national: SC judge Deepak Gupta

Supreme Court Judge Deepak Gupta on Monday said that criticism of any institution, be it legislative, executive, judiciary or the armed forces, by anyone cannot be termed as anti-national.

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