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The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended nine advocates for appointment as judges in the Madras High Court out of a total list of 11 submitted before it.

In a meeting held on December 4, details of which was published on Wednesday, the Collegium of three senior-most judges, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, Justices J. Chelameswar and Ranjan Gogoi recommended C. Emalias, P.T. Asha, M. Nirmal Kumar, senior advocate Subramonium Prasad, who is presently the Additional Advocate General for Tamil Nadu in the Supreme Court, Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy, N. Anand Venkatesh, G.K. Ilanthiraiyan, Krishnan Ramasamy, and C. Saravanan, for



appointment as judges in the Madras High Court.

On the same day, the Collegium has also recommended five advocates for appointment as judges in the Karnataka High Court. They are Dixit Krishna Shripad, Shankar Ganapathi Pandit, Ramakrishna Devdas, Bhotanhosur Mallikarjuna Shyam Prasad and Siddappa Sunil Dutt Yadav.

Recommendations for judicial appointments were made by the Collegium for the Calcutta High Court. The Collegium recommended five advocates for appointment as judges in the Calcutta High Court. They are Shampa Sarkar, Sabyasachi Chaudhury, Ravi Krishan Kapur, Arindam Mukherjee and Sakya Sen.

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