"P. D. Dinakaran (born May 9, 1950) is the Chief Justice of the High Court of the Indian state of Karnataka.
On 28 August 2009, Supreme Court of India announced Dinakaran’s elevation as Supreme Court Judge. A month later in September 2009, allegations were made against Dinakaran by several Bar members including Former Union Law Minister Ram Jethmalani[ stating that he had huge assets and land acquisitions in his Hometown Arakkonam more than what was fixed by the Tamil Nadu Land reforms. The lawyers requested Chief Justice of India Union Law Minister not to appoint Dinakaran as Supreme Court Judge and initiate an enquiry process regarding the allegation. The members wrote a letter to President Pratibha Patil, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Law Minister to intervene in this matter.”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._D._Dinakaran
Today's News ItemK'taka CJ Dinakaran asked to go on leavePress Trust Of India
Posted on Apr 03, 2010 at 10:26 | Updated Apr 03, 2010 at 13:29
New Delhi: Karnataka High Court Chief Justice P D Dinakaran, whose elevation to the Supreme Court was halted, has been asked by the apex court Collegium to go on leave.http://ibnlive.in.com/news/ktaka-cj-dinakaran-asked-to-go-on-leave/112611-3.html?from=tn
Justice Dinakaran has Sun at 48 degrees square Pluto at 136 degrees (both tropical)
His natal Sun is conjunct the star Ruchbah (delta Cassiopeia).
In the recent past Pluto has been transiting sesqui (135 deg.) to his natal. Sun and Pluto. Pluto has been known to humble people who may have misused power. And it is now stationing to go retrograde on 7th April 2010.
The influence of Cassiopeia is described by Manilius thus: “She (Cassiopeia) bids men look for gold beneath the ground, uproot all which nature stealthily conceals, and turn earth upside down in search of gain; she bids them detect the treasure in lumps of ore and finally, for all its reluctance, expose it to a sky it has never seen. The son of Cassiope will also count greedily the yellow sands, and drench a dripping beach with a new flood;…... Such are the inclinations which Cassiope will fashion in those born under her"
[Manilius, Astronomica, book 5, 1st century AD, p.343.]