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SC steps in, woman judge may get back job 6 years after resigning

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
A Madhya Pradesh woman additional district judge who had resigned in July 2014 protesting her “illegal” transfer, soon after she accused a sitting high court judge of sexual harassment appears set to get her job back without losing seniority despite a five-year hiatus in service.
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