Who is the current Justice of India?

Name (birth–death) Sharad Arvind Bobde (1956–)
Period of office 18 November 2019
23 April 2021
Bar Bombay High Court

Who is called justice in India?

Judges of the High Courts and Supreme Court are appointed by the President of India on the recommendation of a collegium.

Judiciary of India.

Service Overview
Chief Justice of India Justice Nuthalapati Venkata Ramana (48th CJI)

Who is the current Chief Justice of India 2 points?

Chief Justice of India

Chief Justice of India Bhārat ke Mukhya Nyāyādhīśa
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Incumbent N. V. Ramana since 24 April 2021
Supreme Court
Abbreviation CJI

Does the chief justice have more power?

He serves as chairman in the court and has authority to assign the writing of opinions in cases where he is a member of the majority; otherwise his powers are the same as those of any other Supreme Court justice.

How many judges are in Supreme Court?

Ravi Shankar Prasad. The Bill amends the Supreme Court (Number of Judges) Act, 1956. The Act fixes the maximum number of judges in the Supreme Court at 30 judges (excluding the Chief Justice of India). The Bill increases this number from 30 to 33.

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