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CJI visits Srisailam Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna temple

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Chief Justice of India N. V. Ramana on Friday visited the Sri Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy temple at Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district.

Accompanied by his wife, it was Ramana’s first visit to the temple on the banks of the Krishna river after being sworn in as the CJI.

Andhra Pradesh Endowments Minister Vellampalli Srinivas, Kurnool Collector G. Veerapandian, Nandyala MP Pocha Brahmananda Reddy, Srisailam MLA Shilpachakrapani Reddy and the temple priests accorded a warm welcome to Ramana and his wife.

As per tradition, the CJI was escorted into the temple amid chants of blessings by the Vedic priests and later visited the deity.

Srinivas, Veerpandian and others presented consecrated food and a memento to Ramana.

Later, he felicitated Lakshmi Seetaramanjaneya Sharma for his translation of works from Sanskrit to Telugu from the recently published Skanda Puranam.

Ramana also enquired about some ancient inscriptions which were explained to him by Mysuru-based Director of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Muniratnam Reddy.

District judge Radhakrishna Krupa Sagar, Andhra Pradesh High Court Register judge D. Venkatarama, Telangana High Court Register judge Venkateshwar Reddy and several other dignitaries accompanied the CJI.

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CJI participates in Green India programme in Hyderabad

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Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana on Tuesday planted a sapling at Raj Bhavan complex here.

Participating in the Green India programme initiated by MP Santosh Kumar, Chief Justice Ramana called upon legal fraternity to encourage and take part in programmes that enhance the green cover which is essential to maintain the balance in the ecosystem.

“It is important to protect the Mother Nature by promoting greenery in a big way. We must ensure required green cover so as to protect the nature and ensure sustainable development for the benefit of future generations,” he said.

The CJI termed the Green India programme as a good and timely initiative to promote awareness and greenery in the country.

He emphasised the need to take up these green initiatives on a massive scale to ensure ecological balance and protect our eco-systems to sustain life on planet earth.

Santosh Kumar, who pioneered the green drive, and some senior judicial officials were present on the occasion.

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KCR meets Justice NV Ramana, what about Jagan?

KCR meets Justice NV Ramana, what about Jagan?

Telangana government on Friday accorded a grand welcome to Chief Justice of India NV Ramana when he arrived in the State for the first time after taking over as CJI.

Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao welcomed Justice NV Ramana at Raj Bhavan.

Justice Ramana will stay at Raj Bhavan for three days before leaving for Delhi.

Justice Ramana arrived from Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh by a regular fight at Hyderabad International airport.

Ministers KT Rama Rao, Mohd Mahmood Ali, Sabitha Indra Reddy, TRS MLAs, MLCs, MPs, Chief secretary Somesh Kumar, DGP Mahender Reddy extended grand welcome to Justice Ramana at the airport.

Justice Ramana headed straight to Raj Bhavan where Governor Tamilisai and CM KCR arranged a grand reception.

Incidentally, he visited AP first yesterday (Thursday) to have darshan of Lord Venkateshwara in Tirupati. Though Justice Ramana landed for first time as CJI, neither AP CM Jagan nor his ministers welcomed him.

In Tirupati, Justice Ramana was received by TTD chairman YV Subba Reddy.

Incidentally, Jagan rushed to New Delhi to meet union minister Amit Shah and other union ministers on the same day when Justice Ramana visited AP on Thursday.

Jagan returned to AP on Friday when Justice Ramana left AP to Hyderabad.

It may be recalled that Jagan created a flutter by writing a letter to previous CJI Justice Bobde making serious allegations against Justice Ramana of influencing AP High Court judgements against AP government and in favour of TDP petitions. However, Justice Bobde dismissed Jagan’s complaint and recommended Justice NV Ramana as next CJI after his retirement.

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CJI NV Ramana worships at Tirupati temple

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Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana visited the Tirupati temple in Andhra Pradesh on Friday morning along with his wife and worshipped the deity.

This is his first visit to the temple after being sworn in as the Chief Justice on April 24 this year.

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Chairman Y. V. Subba Reddy welcomed Ramana, who entered the temple through its main entrance.

As per tradition, the CJI was escorted into the temple amid chants by the vedic priests.

Later, the CJI received the ‘prasadam’ (consecrated food) with blessings from the priests at Ranganayakula Mandapam.

The CJI told Sri Venkateswara Bhakti Channel (SVBC) that there have been many miracles in his life and Lord Venkateswara’s blessings have led him to the highest judicial office in the country. The CJI said with the Lord’s blessings, he will work to keep the Indian judiciary’s flag flying high.

Ramana and his wife also visited the Bedi Anjaneya Swamy temple.

During his visit, the CJI was accompanied by Andhra Pradesh High Court judge K. Lalita Kumari, Chittoor District judge Ravindra Babu, Tirupati Additional District judge Y. Veerraju and Protocol Magistrate Pavan Kumar.

Senior Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) leader and Tirupati MLA, Bhumana Karunakar Reddy, and others were also present.

On his arrival in Tirupati on Thursday night, the CJI was accorded a warm welcome by Reddy and other senior TTD officials.

Late on Thursday night, the CJI and his wife paid a visit to the temple and prayed at the ‘dwajasthambam’.

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