If you stop saying 'My Lords,' I will give you half of my salary; use 'Sir' instead: Supreme Court to lawyer

In 2006, the Bar Council of India had passed a resolution asking lawyers to refrain from addressing judges as "My Lord" and "Your Lordship".
Justice AS Bopanna, Justice PS Narasimha
Justice AS Bopanna, Justice PS Narasimha

The Supreme Court recently asked counsel to not use the phrases 'Your Lordships' or 'My Lords', and to instead use 'Sir' to address judges.

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