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Supreme Court collegium finalises judicial appointment procedure
The apex court collegium also dropped its reservation about setting up secretariats in the SC and each high court to maintain databases on judges and assist the collegiums in the SC and the high courts in selection of judges. Sources said it was unanimously decided to set up secretariats in the apex court and each high court.
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