Hands that helped speed up Verma report
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- Hindu women should never marry outside community: Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti
- Ready to amend Land Acquisition Act, ordinance will lapse tomorrow: PM
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Mihika Sood, 28, who too practices at Delhi High Court, was contacted by Subramaniam's office. "I readily agreed to be part of the team," Sood said, describing their contribution to the making of the report: "Every mail in the committee's inbox was read, the relevant portions culled out. We researched and edited the submissions that made their way into the report."
At the committee's press conference last week, Justice Verma credited the young team for the hard work they had put in. "If anyone has to be thanked for drafting this report and making it possible to come out within such a short span of time, it is the young members who backed us," he said. "Had it not been for their dedication and perseverance, we would not have been even halfway through." He read out all 16 names.