‘There is one thing that journalists and lawyers have in common, we both love to gossip!’ a senior jurist reminded me helpfully a few days ago. In the week since four Supreme Court judges virtually ‘revolted’ against the Chief Justice of India, gossip has often replaced fact. Then, whether it be CPI leader D Raja’s meeting with Justice Chelameshwar or the prime minister’s principal secretary calling on Chief Justice Dipak Misra, or reports of a judge ‘breaking down’ during a meeting of the full court, every move has been gleefully speculated upon.

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