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Justice Anoop V Mohta

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JUSTICE ANOOP V. MOHTA M.A.,LL.B. Born on 4th December, 1955. Enrolled as an Advocate on 12th February, 1981. Practised mainly at the High Court of Bombay, in Mumbai on both Original and Appellate Sides. Initially practised at Nagpur Bench. Dealt in Constitutional, Civil, Service, Criminal, Customs and Excise, Taxation, Educational, Commercial, Arbitration and Trademarks matters. Appeared on behalf of and against, various Public Bodies, Industrial Houses and Companies. Rendered services as Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor for Daman, Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli(U.T.) for four years. Was on the panel of Senior Counsel of the Central Government. Qualitatively contributed in books authored by Mr. V.A. Mohta, Senior Counsel, Supreme Court of India titled "Arbitration and Conciliation and Mediation" and "Trademarks, Passing Off and Franchising". Elevated as Judge of High Court of Bombay on 14th November, 2003.
Justice Anoop V. Mohta bron on December 4, 1955. …

Justice A. S. Oka

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JUSTICE ABHAY SHREENIWAS OKA B.Sc.,LL.M. Born on 25th May, 1960. Did B.Sc., LL.M. (University Of Bombay), Enrolled as an Advocate on 28th June, 1983. Started practiseing in Thane District Court in the Chamber of his father Shreeniwas W. Oka. 1985-86 joined the Chamber of Shri V. P. Tipnis (now Lok Ayukta of Maharashtra). Appeared in serveral important matters and in public interest litigations. Elevated as Addl. Judge of the Bombay High Court on 29th August, 2003.
Honourable Shri Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka B.Sc., LL.M. 2003  Justice A. S. Oka, B.Sc., LL.M. was born on May 25, 1960. He was enrolled as an Advocate on June 28, 1983. He practised for 19 years in the High Court, Appellate Side, Bombay in Civil, Constitutional and Service matters and specialised in all the matters. At present he is a Member of Disciplinary Committee of Bar Council of Maharashtra, Goa. He was Group A Counsel on the Panel of the Union of India. He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Bombay High Cou…

Justice S. S. KEMKAR

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JUSTICE SHANTANU SHARADCHANDRA KEMKAR B.Com.,LL.B.(Hons.)
Justice S. S. Kemkar :  Born on October 23, 1956. Enrolled as Advocate in the year 1979. Practised on Civil, Constitutional sides in the Bench of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Indore.
Held the post of Secretary, High Court Bar Association, Indore for two terms.
Worked as Government Advocate, Indore Bench during the period from 2000 to 2003.
Appointed as Additional Judge of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh on March 21, 2003 and Permanent Judge on January 19, 2004.
Transferred as Judge of Bombay High Court with effect from 16th April, 2016.

Justice Shantanu Sharadchandra Kemkar. B.Com., LL.B.. : Was born on October 23, 1956. He was enrolled as an Advocate on August 11, 1979. He practised in the Indore Bench of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh in Civil, Constitutional, Labour, Service, Taxation, Accident Claim Cases etc. for 18 years and his field of specialization is Labour, Constitutional, Civil and Service. He was a Gove…

Justice N H Patil

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JUSTICE NARESH HARISHCHANDRA PATIL, B.A.,LL.B.
Born on 7th April 1957. Alumnus of Government Law College, Mumbai. Graduated in Law in the year 1979 from Bombay University. Practiced in the High Court of Bombay, Aurangabad Bench since its establishment on Constitutional, Civil and Criminal Sides.
He was appointed Additional Standing Counsel for Union of India.
Appeared as counsel for various statutory Bodies.
Justice N H Patil elevated as a Judge of Bombay High Court on 12th October 2001.

Justice Vijaya Kamlesh Tahilramani

Smt. JUSTICE VIJAYA KAMLESH TAHILRAMANI / Smt. V. K. TAHILRAMANI B.A.(Hons),LL.B,LL.M.
Born on 3rd October 1958. Obtained Sanad from the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa in July 1982 and started practice in the High Court as well as in the CIty Civil & Sessions Courts, Mumbai. Joined the office of father, Shri L.V. Kapse, Advocate. Had conducted several trials on Criminal and Civil Side. Was appointed on the Panel of Defence lawyers in the Sessions Court, Mumbai. Had taught the "Law of Crimes" subject as part time professor in K.C. Law College from 1987 to 1993.
Was appointed as Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public Prosecutor from February 1990. Was appointed as Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor on the Appellate side of the High Court of Bombay from 1st November 1997. Had succesfully argued a number of confirmation cases, appeals, bail applications, revisions, applications under various provisions of the law, such as I.P.C., Cr. P.C., Narcotic Dru…

Justice Manjula Chellur

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HON'BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE Dr. MANJULA CHELLUR


Born on December 5, 1955 at Bellary in Karnataka, Justice Manjula Chellur is the daughter of Shri C. Bheemappa Chetty and Smt. Rangamma Chetty. After acquiring a degree in Arts from Allum Sumangalamma Womens College in her hometown, Justice Manjula Chellur obtained LL.B. degree from Renukacharya Law College in Bangalore (now Bengaluru) in 1977.
Started practice in August 1978 in Bellary. First woman advocate of Bellary.
During her legal career, Justice Manjula Chellur served as a legal advisor to several banks, agro- industries and other Organizations besides handling several important cases both on civil and criminal sides.
Visited the Crown Court at Durham, UK, during stay in England for a year.
In April 1988, she joined the Karnataka Judicial Service as District Judge.
Fellowship on Gender and Law in 1997 at Warwick University, UK.
Appointed as Judge of the Karnataka High Court in February 2000 and became first woman judge of the K…

Tenth Constitutional Amendment - 10th Amendment in Constitution

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THE CONSTITUTION (TENTH AMENDMENT) ACT, 1961
Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to the Constitution (Tenth Amendment) Bill, 1961 (Bill No. 43 of 1961) which was enacted as THE CONSTITUTION (Tenth Amendment) Act,1961
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
The people and the Varishta Panchayat of Free Dadra and Nagar Haveli have repeatedly affirmed their request to the Government of India for integration of their territories with the Union of India to which they rightly belong. Their request was recently embodied in a formal Resolution adopted by the Varishta Panchayat on the 12th June, 1961.
In deference to the desire and request of the people of Free Dadra and Nagar Haveli for integration of their territories with the Union of India, the Government of India have decided that these territories should form part of the Union of India.
It is proposed to specify these areas expressly as the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli by amending the First Schedule to the Constitution. It i…

9th Amendment in Constitution

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THE CONSTITUTION (NINTH AMENDMENT) ACT, 1960
Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to the Constitution (Ninth Amendment) Bill, 1960 (Bill No. 90 of 1960) which was enacted as THE CONSTITUTION (Ninth Amendment) Act, 1960
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
Agreements between the Governments of India and Pakistan dated 10th September, 1958, 23rd October, 1959, and 11th January, 1960, settled certain boundary disputes between the Governments of India and Pakistan relating to the borders of the States of Assam, Punjab and West Bengal, and the Union territory of Tripura.
According to these agreements, certain territories are to be transferred to Pakistan after demarcation. In the light of the Advisory Opinion of the Supreme Court in Special Reference No. 1 of 1959, it is proposed to amend the First Schedule to the Constitution under a law relatable to article 368 thereof to give effect to the transfer of theses territories.
NEW DELHI; JAWAHARLAL NEHRU.
The 12th December, 1960.
THE CONSTI…

Eighth Constitutional Amendment - 8th Amendment in Constitution

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THE CONSTITUTION (EIGHTH AMENDMENT) ACT, 1959
Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to THE CONSTITUTION (Fourth Amendment) Bill, 1954 which was enacted as the Constitution (Fourth Amendment) Act, 1954
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
This Bill seeks to amend articles 31, 31A and 305 of, and the Ninth Schedule to, the Constitution.
2. Recent decisions of the Supreme Court have given a very wide meaning to clauses (1) and (2) of article 31. Despite the difference in the wording of the two clauses, they are regarded as dealing with the same object. The deprivation of property referred to in clause (1) is to be construed in the widest sense as including any curtailment of a right to property. Even where it is caused by a purely regulatory provision of law and is not accompanied by an acquisition or taking possession of that or any other property right by the State, the law, in order to be valid according to these decisions, has to provide for compensation under clause (2) of the arti…

Seventh Constitutional Amendment - 7th Amendment in Constitution

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THE CONSTITUTION (SEVENTH AMENDMENT) ACT, 1956
Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to the Constitution Ninth Amendment) Bill, 1956 (Bill No. 29 of 1956) which was enacted as THE CONSTITUTION (Seventh Amendment) Act, 1956
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
In order to implement the scheme of States reorganisation, it is necessary to make numerous amendments in the Constitution with effect from the 1st October, 1956. This bill seeks to make these amendments and also some other amendments to certain provisions of the Constitution relating to the High Courts and High Court Judges, the executive power of the Union and the States, and a few entries in the legislative lists. The reasons for making the amendments are indicated below:-
Clause 2.-The reorganisation scheme involves not only the establishment of new States and alterations in the area and boundaries of the existing States, but also the abolition of the three categories of States (Part A, Part B and Part C States) and the clas…