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Justice Dipak Misra: New (45th) Chief Justice of India Age, Background

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Justice Dipak Misra

Justice Dipak Misra

Justice Dipak Misra the new (45th) Chief Justice of India was sworn in by President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday morning. Senior most judges in the Supreme Court, Justice Dipak Misra is now the 45th Chief Justice of India. After Jagdish Singh Khehar the 44th Chief Justice of India, who was appointed by Pranab Mukherjee, Justice Dipak Misra has now become our new chief justice. Complete Age, Career, Profession, background of Justice Dipak Misra is provided below. Individuals can go through it and get little more knowledge about our new Chief Justice of India.

Dipak Misra was nominated by Khehar last month on behalf of the collegium for consideration by the centre as the next chief justice of the country. Justice J. S. after retiring on Monday, 64-year-old Mishra took his place. Mishra will remain in office until October 2, 2018.The challenges for new Chief Justice of India Dipak Mishra range from the Ayodhya dispute to follow-ups to Supreme Court’s right to privacy judgment. Deepak Misra is going to sharing the bench with justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud from Monday onwards. For complete details about Justice Dipak Misra New Chief Justice of India go through below tuned page that is well prepared by the team members of www.privatejobshub.in.

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Career of Deepak Mishra:
  • Odisha High Court Begins In 1977
  • Civil, criminal, revenue, tax matters are handled
  • Appointed as assistant judge in Odisha High Court
  • After being transferred to Madhya Pradesh, permanent judge in Patna, acting as Chief Justice of Delhi High Court in 2011

Justice Dipak Misra Background

Real Name
Dipak Misra
Profession
Law Personnel (Chief Justice of India)
Date of Birth
3 October 1953
Age (as in 2016)
63 Years
Birth Place
Cuttack, Odisha (formerly Orissa), India
Hometown
Cuttack, Odisha (formerly Orissa), India
Educational Qualification
Law Degree
Controversies
In 1985, the additional district magistrate of Cuttack passed an order to cancel a lease, which he had obtained for two acres of agricultural land in Cuttack in 1979.
In July 2016, he failed to recognize top Criminal Lawyer UR Lalit (a law doyen and father of his colleague Justice U U Lalit) while Justice Misra was hearing an appeal of Rahul Gandhi in a defamation case. Justice Misra went on to inquire about his experience of practice in criminal law.
Salary
2.8 Lakh/Month (as in 2017)

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Before joining the Supreme Court in October 2011, Mishra was the Chief Justice of Patna and Delhi High Court. In December 2016, Mishra was also involved in the gangrape of four accused in the gang rape case. It was his decision to compulsorize the national anthem in the theaters of the country. Meanwhile, the Vice President of the swearing-in ceremony Venkayya Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, and Congress President Sonia Gandhi were present.
Historic Decision of Justice Kehar

Earlier Justice Khehar was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Khehar pronounced two historical decisions just before his retirement. The first three divorces were declared unconstitutional. The bench of Judges of 9 Supreme Court ruled in this verdict. Justice Benazir was also in this bench. The second decision was declared on the right of privacy. Under the chairmanship of Justice Kehar, the Supreme Court bench recognized the right of privatization as a fundamental right. Both decisions are historic.

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