The Indian court system is divided into three different levels. The first level of courts are the district courts, which have jurisdiction over a specific district in a state or territory. The second level of courts are the high courts, which have jurisdiction over several districts within one or more states. The third level of courts are the Supreme Court and the high court. The Supreme Court is the highest court in India, which has jurisdiction over all other courts.
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