Fatahpur, U.P: Bar Association of Fatahpur joins protest.

Bar Association of Fatahpur U.P announces full support and joins ongoing protests against disarray in electric supply system since a month.

The announcement was officially made by Bar President Hansraj Singh and Secretary Sushil Mishra.

In the meanwhile S.P Shusagar Singh has warned of stern action against potential law breakers and has said that personnels from six police stations and one company of P.A.C has been marshalled to deal with the situation.

Kanpur, U.P: Eight sentenced to life for lawyer’s murder


Kanpur, 23 July: Eight sentenced to life for murdering lawyer.

The court of honb’le ADJ Ram Krishna Gautam has sentenced eight accused namely Mushtaque, Ashfaque, Ishtiaque, Sartaj and three others to imprisonment of life and a fine of Rs.40,000/- each for murdering Advocate Yousuf Ali in 2001 in Gwala Toli area of Kanpur.

Amroha, U.P: Amroha District Bar Association lodges complaint against bike thefts in court.


Members of Amroha District Bar Association returning after lodging complaint against bike thefts.

Amroha, U.P: The Amroha District Bar Association has lodged a ströngly worded complaint against theft of bike# UP 23 H 745 belonging to Adv Mannu Sharma on 20 July 2013 and thefts of 26 other bikes stolen from court premises ön various occaisons.

The complaint is signed by President Rakesh Kumar and Secretary Salim Khan.

Hapur, U.P: Criminal demand Rs.5 lakh extortion from lawyer


Hapur civil court lawyer Mr. Chowdhry (centre) along with colleagues.
Mr. Chowdhry has lodged a complaint with the police against one Vijay Goel, alldgedly a criminalbased in Khirki Market for demanding Rs. Five lakh, from mobile number: 8650589505 as rangdhari money on his mobile number 9897304912.
Investigation is on.
Source Daily Sahafat.
Mr. Chowdhry alleges that the criminal has threatened to finish off him and his family members if he failed to pay the amount.
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Justice Altamas Kabir


Altamas Kabir retired as 39th Chief Justice of India, on Thursday.

He succeeded SH Kapadia on September 29, 2012.

He was born on July 19, 1948 in Kolkata into a Muslim Bengali family and is the nephew of educationist and politician Humayun Kabir.

Kabir did his MA and LLB from the University of Calcutta before enrolling as an advocate in 1973; practicing in the District Court and Calcutta High Court in civil and criminal cases.
He was appointed as a permanent Judge in the Calcutta High Court on August 6, 1990, and was thereafter appointed as Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court on March 1 2005.

He was elevated as a Judge in the Supreme Court of India on September 9, 2005.

Kabir is the only second Chief Justice, along with his predecessor, to be born in post-independence India.

He is the fourth Muslim to occupy the top position after Chief Justice M Hidayatullah, Chief Justice M Hameedullah Beg and Chief Justice AM Ahmadi.