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Hidayatullah, M. (Mohammed), 1905-1992

LC control no.n 50035084
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Personal name headingHidayatullah, M. (Mohammed), 1905-1992
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Variant(s)Hidayat Ullah, Muhammad, 1905-1992
Hidayatullah, Mohammad, 1905-1992
Hidayatullah, Mohammed, 1905-1992
Hidāyatullāh, Muḥammad, 1905-1992
Mohammad Hidayatullah, 1905-1992
Mohammed Hidayatullah, 1905-1992
Muhammad Hidayat Ullah, 1905-1992
Muḥammad Hidāyatullāh, 1905-1992
Ullah, Muhammad Hidayat, 1905-1992
Associated countryIndia
Associated placeGreat Britain
Birth date1905-12-11
Death date1992-09-18
Place of birthLucknow (India)
Place of deathMumbai (India)
Field of activityIslamic law
India--Politics and government
AffiliationIndia. Supreme Court
India. High Court (Madhya Pradesh, India)
Nāgpur (India). High Court
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur
Jamia Millia Islamia (India)
Trinity College (University of Cambridge)
University of the Philippines
Bhopal University
Kakatiya University
Central Provinces and Berar (India). High Court
Profession or occupationJudges
College administrators
Found inHis Democracy in India ... 1966.
Mulla's principles of Mahommedan law, 2008: t.p. (M. Hidayatullah; B.A, M.A, LL.D, Chief Justice of India)
OCLC, Jan. 8, 2008 (hdg.: Hidayatullah, M., 1905- ; usage: M. Hidayatullah; Muḥammad Hidāyatullāh)
Wikipedia, Jan. 8, 2008 (Muhammad Hidayat Ullah; Muhammad Hidayatullah, 1905-1992; was acting President, Vice-President and Chief Justice of India)
Wikipedia, August 28, 2019 (Mohammad Hidayatullah; born 11 December 1905, Lucknow, British India (now in Uttar Pradesh, India); died 18 September 1992, Bombay, age 86; 11th Chief Justice of India, 25 February 1968 to 16 December 1970; sixth Vice President of India, 31 August 1979 to 30 August 1984; twice briefly Acting President of India; B.A. and M.A. from Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 1927-1930; LL.D. from University of the Philippines; D. Litt. from University of Bhopal (now Barkatullah University) and University of Kakatiya; enrolled as advocate of the High Court of Central Provinces and Berar, Nagpur, 19 July 1930; taught Jurisprudence and Mahomedan Law in the University College of Law at Nagpur (taught there until 1943), was also extension lecturer in English literature; on 13 September 1946 he was appointed as permanent judge of the High Court of Central Provinces and Berar; elevated to Chief Just of the Nagpur High Court in 1954; appointed Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court in November 1956; elevated as a justice to the Supreme Court of India on 1 December 1958; appointed Chief Justice of India on 28 February 1968, the first Muslim Chief Justice of India; served also in several academic positions, including Chancellor of the Jamia Millia Islamia 1969-1985; he was a scholar in Hindi, English, Urdu, Persian and French; the Hidayatullah National Law University at Naya Raipur, established in 2003 in his home town, is named after him)
Associated languageeng
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