Not days, but years gone by: Supreme Court will not register 13,147 diary items with uncured defects since 2014

The decision, which was notified through a notice on Thursday by the Registrar, will help significantly to reduce the pendency of cases at the Supreme Court, which as per the docket on September 1 was at 70,310.
Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India

In a significant development, the Supreme Court Registrar on Thursday decided not to register 13,147 diary items that have had uncured defects since August 19, 2014.

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