The fact that the Supreme Court concluded hearing arguments and reserved judgment in sixteen cases last week may not mean much in isolation.
However, the gap between the date when the judgment is reserved, and the date when the judgment is delivered could indicate whether the Bench accorded due priority to the delivery of the judgments. If judgments are delivered soon after the conclusion of arguments, it would also mean that the issues debated are fresh in the minds of the judges, when they write the judgments . . .
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