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Law Day Celebrations: SC To Launch Multilingual Mobile App; Present Annual Report Of Judiciary

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25 Nov 2019 5:11 PM GMT
Law Day Celebrations: SC To Launch Multilingual Mobile App; Present Annual Report Of Judiciary
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A programme to celebrate the Constitution Day will be organized in the Supreme Court Auditorium tomorrow evening, i.e., November 26, 2019. The occasion will be graced by President Ram Nath Kovind, CJI SA Bobde, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Justice NV Ramana, Justice Arun Mishra, Attorney General for India KK Venugopal, Office bearers of SCBA and SCAORA and...

A programme to celebrate the Constitution Day will be organized in the Supreme Court Auditorium tomorrow evening, i.e., November 26, 2019.

The occasion will be graced by President Ram Nath Kovind, CJI SA Bobde, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Justice NV Ramana, Justice Arun Mishra, Attorney General for India KK Venugopal, Office bearers of SCBA and SCAORA and other dignitaries.

Official Mobile App

On this occasion, a Multilingual Mobile App of the Supreme Court, developed in consultation with National Informatics Centre, will be launched to facilitate authentic real time access to Case Status, Display Board, Daily Orders, Judgments, Office Reports, Circulars and other useful information. For now, the App will be available in English, Hindi and six regional languages.

Annual report of Indian Judiciary

An annual report titled 'Indian Judiciary: Annual Report 2018¬2019', showcasing the initiatives and achievements of the entire Indian Judiciary, including Supreme Court of India and 25 High Courts with Subordinate Courts under their jurisdiction, will be presented to the President for information and reference.

SUVAS

SUVAS (Supreme Court Vidhik Anuvaad Software), software trained by Artificial Intelligence, will also be presented to the President. It has been especially designed for Judicial Domain and can translate English Judicial documents, including Orders and Judgments, into nine vernacular languages and vice versa.

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