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After Ayodhya verdict, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi to deliver four important judgements before retirement on November 17

Zee News Tuesday, 12 November 2019 ()
Now, that the Ayodhya verdict is out, Chief Justice Gogoi has four other important judgments to deliver before he retires from office on November 17. The bench headed by him will deliver the verdicts in just three days - from November 13 to 15 - as the apex court was closed on Monday and Tuesday.
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