|JUSTICE TANAJI V. NALAWADE|
|Justice Shri Tanaji Vishwasrao Nalawade was born on 8/3/1959 at Kolhapur. Completed schooling in Zilla Parishad School at Kolhapur and College education in Shivaji University at Kolhapur. Was a student of Shahaji Law College, Kolhapur and also worked as Honourary Professor in Shahaji Law College.|
Stood first in merit list of LL.B. and LL.M. examinations held by Shivaji University. Was a Member of Senate and Executive Council of Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Practiced on both Civil and Criminal sides in District Court, Kolhapur
Selected as District Judge and served as Principal District Judge at places like Buldana, Sangli, Ratnagiri, Parbhani, Akola, Nagpur and Aurangabad. Also served as Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Mumbai and as Principal Judge of City Civil Court, Mumbai.
Eleveted as Additional Judge of Bombay High Court on 17th March 2011
|JUSTICE RAVI KRISHNARAO DESHPANDE|
FULL NAME : Ravi Krishnarao Deshpande
DATE OF BIRTH : November 6th, 1958.
SCHOOL & COLLEGE ATTENDED : Somalwar High School, Nagpur.
EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS :B.Com., L.L.B.
ENROLLED ON BAR COUNCIL OF MAHARASHTRA : On 18th August 1983 Bar Council Of Maharashtra
TYPE OF WORK DONE AT THE BAR AND PLACE OF PRACTICE : 1] Started practicing on 19th August, 1983 in the Chamber of his father, the Senior Advocate Shri K.H. Deshpande, Nagpur. 2] Practiced Law at Nagpur for 25 years. Appeared and conducted matters in – (i) Supreme Court of India (ii) High Court of Bombay, Bench at Nagpur (iii) Administrative Tribunals (Central/State) (iv) Tribunal – : a) College b) School (v) Civil Courts at Nagpur
STANDING COUNSEL/PANEL LAWYER : Was the standing counsel for the erstwhile Maharashtra State Electricity Board and subsequently for MSEB Holding Co. Ltd. Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd; Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd. and Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd. to conduct matters in High Court at Nagpur. In addition, was also standing counsel for various corporate bodies statutory and local authorities such as :-i] Forest Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd.ii] Maharashtra Small Scale Industries, Development Corporation Ltd.iii] Nagpur University, Nagpur.iv] Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Ramtek.v] Municipal Council Wardha and Chandrapur.vi] Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank Ltd.vii] Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.viii] Several Education Institutions and Trusts like Shri Hanuman Vyayam Prasark Mandal; Urdu Education Association, Amravati; Chanda Shikshan Mandal, Chandrapur etc.Was appointed as Additional Central Government Counsel and a Nodal Counsel for Union Public Service Commission, New Delhi to conduct the matters in High Court at Nagpur and at the Central Administrative Tribunal’s Circuit Bench at Nagpur.Conducted various election trials in the High Court and appeared in various election appeals in Supreme Court of India. Conducted various full bench matters involving important question of reservation in public employments. As a standing counsel for various statutory bodies and corporation, appeared in important Public Interest Litigation, Tender matters. matters involving constitutional challenges, service matters, Tax matters, civil matters involving high stakes and important issues, Arbitration etc.
DATE OF FIRST APPOINTMET TO A HIGH COURT AND NAME OF THE COURT : March 26th 2009.Bombay High Court
|JUSTICE BHUSHAN RAMKRISHNA GAVAI|
|Born on 24th November, 1960 at Amravati. Joined Bar on 16th March, 1985. Worked with late Bar. Raja S. Bhonsale, former Advocate General and Judge of High Court, till 1987. Practiced independently at Bombay High Court from 1987 to 1990. After 1990, practised mainly before Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court. Practised in Constitutional Law and Administrative Law. Was Standing Counsel for Municipal Corporation of Nagpur, Amravati Municipal Corporation and Amravati University. Appeared regularly for various autonomous bodies and Corporations like SICOM, DCVL etc. and various Municipal Councils in Vidarbha region. Was appointed as Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public Prosecutor in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay, Nagpur Bench, from August, 1992 to July, 1993. Was appointed as Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor for Nagpur Bench on 17th January, 2000. Elevated as Additional Judge of the High Court on 14th November, 2003|
|JUSTICE SATYARANJAN C. DHARMADHIKARI|
|Born on 26-1-1960 in a family of lawyers. Did B.Com., LL.B., Bombay University. Enrolled as an Advocate on 28-6-1983. Practiced on Original as well as Appellate Side of Bombay High Court at Bombay. Handled almost all types of Civil and Constitutional cases including Service matters and Election petitions. Represented leading Banks, Financial Institutions, Corporate Houses and Multinational Firms as well. Keenly interested in Table Tennis, Cricket, Reading and Writing. Actively associated with Legal Aid Movement. Was member of Board of Studies on Law, University of Mumbai. Also associated with Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa as member of the Disciplinary Committee of Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa. Was member of the Managing Committee of the High Court Library for the past several years. Associated with several institutions, working for eradication of Leprosy. Elevated as Additional Judge, Bombay High Court on 14-11-2003.|
Palwal District of Haryana :
Palwal is the 21st district of Haryana State in northern India. Palwal city is the headquarters of this district. The city is situated at a distance of 60 kms. from Delhi on the Delhi-Mathura highway (NH-2). It is a place of great antiquity, supposed to figure in the earliest Aryan traditions under the name of Apelava, part of the Pandava kingdom of Indraprastha, which was later restored by Vikramaditya.
It is believed that the city Palwal got its name from a demon, “Palwasur” who ruled this place during the reign of Pandavas. He was killed by Balarama, elder brother of Shri Krishna. In his memory, every year a festival is organised in Palwal, which is known as “Baldev Chhat Ka Mela”.
There is also a temple dedicated to Balaram near Municipal Office Chowk. Railway Station of Palwal is the place from where Mahatma Gandhi ji was arrested for the first time. A historical building “Gandhi Ashram” was made in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi
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