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Laptops for judges

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— PHOTO: G. KARTHIKEYAN.

EASY TRANSACTION: Principal District and Sessions Judge P. Ramakrishnan handing over a laptop to R. Sathya Dhara, District Magistrate-cum-Judicial Magistrate, Natham, in Dindigul on Monday.

DINDIGUL: All the 17 judicial officers in the district received laptops at a function held at the district combined court complex here on Monday. The total cost of the laptop was more than Rs.8 lakh.

Giving away laptops to judges, Principal District and Sessions Judge P. Ramakrishnan said the main objective of giving laptops to judges was to save time.

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Laptops were given to 11 judicial officers in the district at the district combined court complex.

Principal Sessions Judge Ramalingam gave away laptops to the judges in Andipatti, Periakulam, Bodi, Uthamapalayam and Theni.

Chief Judicial Magistrate Kalaivani and Fast Track Court Judge Pandurangan spoke.

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