The Delhi High Court RTI judgment (holding that the CJI’s office comes under the purview of the RTI Act) is available at:http://www.docstoc.com/docs/22007185/APS12012010-LPA5012009It is interesting that this, and all other judgments, start with the judges signing off on whether the judgment can be reported in local papers, reporters and digests. I wonder why judges have this…

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