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Soon SC judgments in Hindi Telugu Assamese Kannada Marathi and Odia

first_imgBy Express Web Desk |New Delhi | Updated: July 4, 2019 2:47:19 am Related News Karnataka crisis: SC verdict a moral victory for rebel MLAs, says Yeddyurappa SC rules: Rebel Karnataka MLAs can’t be compelled to participate in trust vote 0 Comment(s) Advertising Mumbai, Bombay high court, family murder case, family murder, children murdered, murder convict, supreme court, supreme court verdict, indian express The multi-lingual software was developed by the Supreme Court’s “in-house” electronic software wing.The rulings of the Supreme Court will soon be available in six regional languages. The apex court’s website will provide translations of judgments in Hindi, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada, Marathi and Odia by July-end. To start off, matters relating to individual litigants in civil disputes, criminal matters, landlord-tenant issues and matrimonial discord will be undertaken for regional language translations.In a 2017 Kochi conference, President Ram Nath Kovind highlighted the need to deliver court judgments in regional languages, so that non-English speakers are benefited. Harish Salve: The lawyer who represented India in Kulbhushan Jadhav case Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has given formal clearance to an indigenously developed software for this purpose. The software was developed by the Court’s “in-house” electronic software wing.The initial phase of multi-lingual judgments will come in the above six regional languages. These languages have been chosen on the basis of the volume of appeals that comes in from the High Courts of the states where these languages are spoken.A similar exercise will be undertaken in the second phase as well, the report added. Advertisinglast_img read more