If government clears August 17 Collegium recommendations, country will get its first woman Chief Justice of India but with a tenure of 36 days
justices BV Nagarathna and Vikram Nath and Senior Advocate PS Narasimha

If government clears August 17 Collegium recommendations, country will get its first woman Chief Justice of India but with a tenure of 36 days

If all the nine Collegium recommendations of August 17 go through, then three of the nine will adorn the post of Chief Justice of India.

Justice BV Nagarathna, a possible candidate to be the first woman Chief Justice of India (CJI) will have a very short tenure as CJI even if her name is cleared by the Central government for appointment to the top court.

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