The Supreme Court collegium has recommended to the Centre the appointment of eight person to five distinct high courts.

Among those named was judicial officer Golmei Gaiphulshillu Kabui, who, if approved by the Centre, would be the first woman from the ST community to be appointed to the Manipur High Court. On Monday, the collegium of Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, Justices SK Kaul and K M Joseph recommended the names of two other women judicial officers and advocates – P Venkata Jyothirmai and lawyer Neela Gokhala – for the HCs of Andhra Pradesh and Bombay.

It selected judicial officials Ramachandra Dattatray Huddar and Venkatesh Naik Thavaryanaik, both from the SC group, for appointment as Karnataka High Court judges in an effort to provide adequate representation to members of the SC and ST communities, as well as women.

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