Amreshwar Pratap Sahi

Name Hon’ble Mr. Justice Amreshwar Pratap Sahi
Address 11, Cariappa Road, Allahabad  
Administrative Judge for the District Barabanki
Source Bar
Posting Allahabad
Date of Birth 01/01/1959
Initial Joining 24/09/2004
Joining at Allahabad 24/09/2004
Date of Retirement 31/12/2020
Graduated in Law in the year 1985.
Enrolled as an advocate 06/09/1985
Practised in Allahabad High Court on Civil, Constitutional Side.
Worked as counsel for large number of Educational Institutions including AA.I. (Deemed University) M.R.I. Institute of Maths.
Elevated as Additional Judge on 24/09/2004. Took oath as Permanent Judge on 18/08/2005.
E-Mail ID : [email protected]


Ravindra Singh

Name Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ravindra Singh
Address 243/176, Allenganj, Allahabad  
Administrative Judge for the District Kannauj
Source Bar
Posting Allahabad
Date of Birth 02/07/1953
Initial Joining 24/09/2004
Joining at Allahabad 24/09/2004
Date of Retirement 01/07/2015
Graduated in science from Agra University, Agra in the year 1974 and in the Law from Allahabad University, Allahabad in the year 1977.
Enrolled as an advocate on 21st December 1978.
Practised in Criminal side at Allahabad High court.
Worked as Government Advocate and Additional Advocate General of U.P.
Elevated as Additional Judge on 24/09/2004. Took oath as Permanent Judge on 18/08/2005.
E-Mail ID : [email protected]


Dakshin Dinajpur District of West Bengal at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Dakshin Dinajpur (South Dinajpur) district, West Bengal (MP Constituencies) Baharampur
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Dakshin Dinajpur (South Dinajpur) district, West Bengal Balurghat

About Dakshin Dinajpur District :

The West Dinajpur District was bifurcated into Uttar Dinajpur and Dakshin Dinajpur on 01.04.1992. The erstwhile Balurghat Sub-Division along with Banshihari and Kushmandi Blocks (which were in Raigunj Sub-Division prior to the bifurcation) comprise the new district, Dakshin Dinajpur. Balurghat is the district Headquarters of the Dakshin Dinajpur district. The Area of the district is 2162 sq km. The population of the district is 15,03,178 as per 2011 Census. The district is divided into 2 Subdivisions 8 Blocks and 1534 Villages. The district is drained by a number of North-South flowing river like Atreyee, Punarbhaba, Tangon and Brahmani. It is predominantly an agricultural district with large area of land being under cultivation. The places of tourist interests in the districts are Sarongbari, Indo-Bangladesh Border, Balurghat town, college museum of Balurghat, Khanpur, Patiram Thakur Estate, Bolla Kali Temple, and Tapan Dighi

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Tourist Places :

Sarongbari :

Sarongbari is a small forest and a very attractive picnic spot. One small hut has been constructed with drinking water facilities and is managed by Hili Panchayat Samiti. Prior permission is to be sought from the Block Development Officer, Hili, to enter this spot

College Museum :

The college museum of Balurghat, though a small one, is worth seeing. Many antique collections including coins, inscriptions, sculptures, terracotta, ornamental stones, etc. of ancient ages are preserved here. Two incriptions have been deciphered by Prof A K Goswami which has thrown new light on the religious belief of the Pala period

Khanpur :

It is situated on the Patiram-Trimohini road about 18 Kms away (North-East) from Balurghat town. This place is very famous for the TEBHAGA Movement. History tells us that in the year 1946, the share croppers of this area raised a movement for establishing their ¾ percentage share of the crops
To combat this movement the British Force along with local Zamindars started various oppressive measures including plunder, rape, setting fire, etc. In the face of such oppression, the movement instead of subsiding, further flared up. The local cultivators also lent their whole-hearted support to the movement. On 20 February, 1947, a large contingent of Police force went to Khanpur to arrest the leaders of the Tebhaga Movement. Under the leadership of SriI Chiarshai Sekh, the people disconnected the road. The Police arrested Smt Jasoda Rajbanshi, W/o NilKantha Rajbanshi (Party Secretary), Sri Gopeshwar Das Mohanta, Sri Ghutui Kolkamar, Sri Gajimuddin and Sri Sashi Barman.
However, the share croppers under the leadership of Chiarshai Sekh succeeded to snatch away those arrested cultivators from the police jeep and damaged the vehicle. The Police then opened fire. As per report police fired about 121 rounds upon the public. As a result 21 (twenty one) cultivators died on the spot. Among these victims were people belonging to the Hindus, Muslims and the Schedule Tribes. There is a small memorial in the spot inscribing the names of the patriotic souls
Bolla Kali Temple :
About 20 Kms away from Balurghat town on the Balurghat- Malda Highway, the village BOLLA is situated. There is a famous Kali temple named after “BOLLA Ma Kali’. There is a story behind this temple. It is said that one Zamindar was arrested by the British as he could not pay the tax for his Zamindari. Goddess Kali came to his rescue and the Zamindar was freed the very next day. As a token of gratitude, he built a temple of Goddess ‘Kali’ and started worshipping her. As the Zamindar was freed on a Friday following the Rash Purnima Friday, Kali Puja is being observed here on every Friday following the Rash Purnima. Thousands of devotees throng the place to offer prayers and puja from different parts of the district. The Puja Committee organise a 3 (three) day fair on the occasion. This is also famous for sacrificing animals (Bali)

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Rewari District of Haryana at a Glance

Lok Sabha Constituencies in Rewari district, Haryana (MP Constituencies) Gurgaon
MLA Assembly Constituencies in Rewari district, Haryana Bawal

About Rewari District :

The History of the district Rewari is contemporary to the history of Delhi. During MAHABHARTA period there was a king named Rewat He had a daughter whose name was Rewati. But the king used to call her Rewa lovingly. The king founded and established a city named “Rewa wadi” after the name of her daughter. Later on Rewa got married with Balram, elder brother of Lord Krishna and the king donated the city “Rewa wadi”as dowry to her daughter. Later the city Rewa wadi became REWARI.

The majority of the castes which lived in Rewari was Morya, Gupts and Gujjars. Although now the majority is of the Ahirs, all castes live with harmony. In the city the Punjabis and Guptas have hold on the business.

Rewari was accorded the status of a district by the Government of Haryana on November, 1, 1989. Its geographical boundaries have district Jhajjar in its north, Mahendergarh district in its west and district Gurgaon in its east & north-east directions. District Alwar of Rajasthan touches Rewari in the south-east. Prior to it, Rewari was a Sub-division and Tehsil head quarter of district Mahendergarh

At a Glance :

Population as per census 20011 a general detail

  Sr. no. Particulars No. % to total population
1. Rural Population 629177 82.20
2. Urban Population 136174 17.90
3. Total Population 765351 100
4. Male 403034 52.66
5. Female 362317 47.34
6. Literates 488190 63.78
7 SC Population 144452 18.87
8. Density of Population 483 Per Sq. KM.
9. No. of females on 1000/- males 899

Municipal Committee wise population

Sr. no. MC. Name No. of Household Population Male Female Literate
Total Male Female
1. REWARI 17888 100684 53935 46749 73436 42488 30948
2. BAWAL 1945 12144 6495 5650 7837 4820 3017
Total 19833 112828 60430 52399 81273 47308 33965

Tehsil wise Population

 Srno. TehsilName No. of Households Population Literate
   Total   Male Female Total Male Female
1. REWARI 97598 543710 287758 255952 353849 216140 137709
2. BAWAL 17951 110676 58171 52505 64121 40843 23278
3. KOSLI 20011 110965 57105 53860 70220 42577 27643
Total 135560 765351 403034 362317 488190 299560 188630

Categories wise workers – As per census 2001

Sr. no. Particulars Male Female Total
1. Cultivators 77274 72109 149383
2. Agri. Labourers 17443 26887 44330
3. Household industries 5061 3252 8313
9. Other workers 100845 31140 131985
Total workers 200623 133388 334011


Sr no.  Particulars Area in 00 Hect.
1. Total area according to village papers 129123
2. Barren and unculturable land 4068
3. Land put to non- agricultural uses
4. Forest 1856
5. Culturable  waste 15555
6. Permanent pastures and other grazing land
7. Land under misc. trees/crops
8. Current fallows
9 Fallows land other than current fallows
10.  Net area Sown 125565
11. Area sown more than once 47745
12 Total cropped area 1773310

 Irrigated area

  Sr. no. Particulars ( ’00 Hect.) Source of  irrigated area
Canals Tubewells Total (‘00Hect.)
1. Net Irrigated area 119440 25 1032 1057


Sr. No Particulars Total Nos.
1 Electric Pump 21744
2 Diesel Pump 6358
3 No. of Tractors (4-wheel) 6143
4 Fertilizers Consumption (Tonnes)
a) Nitrogen 14383
b)Phosphatic 9466
c)Potassic 66
5 Pesticides 176.3 KG.

Transportation & communication

Sr. No. Particulars No.
1. Railway Stations 11
2. Post & Telegraphic Offices 139
3. Length of Metalled Road  Km. 883

Details of Banks

Name of Bank Nos.
State Bank of Patiala 1
Punjab National Bank 11
Central Bank of India 4
State Bank of India 4
Co-Operative Banks 14
Other Banks 24
Total 58

Veterinary Institutions

Sr. no. Particulars No.
1. Civil Vety. Hospital 6
2. Regional Artificial Insemination Centre 4
3. Civil Vety. Dispensaries 33
4. Stockman Centre 30
5. Sheep Wool Extension  Centre 2
6. Poultry Farm Centre 1
7 Piggery Farm -NIL-
8 Gau Sadan -NIL-
7. Animals Treated 129661


Live Stocks


Sr. No. Particulars No. Sr.No. Particulars No.
1. Cow 21924 6. Sheep 26126
2. Buffalows 205199 7. Goats 34657
3. Horses & Ponnys 660 8. Camels 3776
4. Donkeys 650 9. Pigs 783
5. Mules 953 10. Dogs & others 17826
Total 312504


Sr. No. Particulars Total
1. Hospitals 2
2. PHC 14
3. Dispensary 5
4. CHC 4
5. Sub Centre 102
Total 127

Ayurvedic Unani/Homeopathic Institutions

Sr. no. Particulars No.
1. Ayurvedic 16
2. Unani 2
3. Homeopathic
4. Patients Treated 96975
5. Vaids 14
6. Dispenser/Compo under 14



Sr. no. Type of Inst. No. of Inst. No. of Students.
Male Female Total
1. Colleges 10 5510 3756 9266
2. Sr.School/ High Schools 195 36093 30006 66099
4. Middle School 117 4719 5208 9927
5. Primary School 534 35027 33951 68978


LT Lines (circuit KM) H.T. Lines (circuit KM) No. of Transformers
7311 2844 4071


No. of connections
Domestic. Commercial Industrial St.Light Agriculture Household Industries Total
104155 10323 1960 14 22765 190 139407




Sr. no. Particulars No.
1. Redg. Industries 131
2. Employed workers in Industries 13438
3. Birth rate per thousand 24
4. Death rate per thousand 6
5. Cinema Hall 5
6. Police Station 15
7. Police Post 33
8. Haryana Roadways Buses 145
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