Disciplinary Power of Bar Council of India

Section 36: Disciplinary Power of Bar Council of India:-

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(1) where on receipt of complaint of otherwise the Bar Council of India has reason to believe that any advocate whose name is not entered on any state roll has been guilty of professional or other misconduct,it shall refer the case for disposal to its Disciplinary Committee.

(2) Not with standing anything contained in this Chapter in this chapter, the Disciplinary Committee of the Bar Council of India  may,either of its own motion or on a report by any state Bar Council  or on an application made to it by any person interested, withdraw for inquiry before itself any proceedings for Disciplinary action against any advocate pending before the Disciplinary committee of any State Bar Council and dispose of the same.

(3) The  Disciplinary committee of the Bar Council of India, in choosing of any case under this section,shall observe,so far as may be,the procedure laid down insection 35, the refernces to the Advocate-General in that section being construed as references to the Attorney-General of India.

(4) In disposing of any proceedings under this section the Disciplinary committee of the Bar Council of India may make any order which the Disciplinary committee of the Bar Council  can make under sub-section(3) of section 35, and proceedings have been withdrawn for enquiry before the Disciplinary committee of the Bar Council  of India, the State Bar Council concerned shall give effect to any such order.

Section 36-A:Changes in constitution of Disciolinary Committees:- Whenever in respect of any proceedings under Section 35 or section 36, a Disciplinary committee of the State Bar Council or a Disciplinary committee of the  Bar Council of India

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ceases to exercise jurisdiction and is succeeded by another committee which has and exercises jurisdiction ,the Disciplinary committee of the State Bar Council  or the Disciplinary committee of the Bar Council  of India, as the case may be so succeeding may continue the proceedings from the stage at which the proceedings were so left by its predecessor committee.

Section 36-B : Disposal of disciplinary proceedings:-

  • The Disciplinary committee of a State Bar Council shall dispose of the complaint received by it under Section 35 expeditiously and in each case the proceedings shall be concluded within a period of one year from the date of the receipt of the complaint or the date of initiation of the proceeding at the instance of the State Bar Council , as the case may be failing which such proceedings shall stand transferred to the Bar Council of India which may dispose the same as if it were a proceeding withdrawn for inquiry under sub-section(2) of Section 36.
  • Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-secrtion (1) where on the Commencement of the Advocate (Amendment) Act,193, any proceedings in respect of any Disciplinary matter against an advocate is pending before the Disciplinary committee of a State Bar Council that Disciplinary committee of a State Bar Council shall dispose of the same within a period of six months from the date of such commencement or within a period of one year from the date of the receipt of the complaint or, as the case may be, the date of initiation of initiation of the proceedings at the instance of the State Bar Council, whichever is later, failing which such proceedings shall stand transferred to the Bar Council of India for disposal under sub-section(1).

The names of places and streets in Hyderabad

How many of us know the History behind the names of places and streets in Hyderabad? Here are some interesting facts from history —

1) Nampally:
Raza Ali Khan, was the Dewan of Nizam’s State in 1670 AD. His Title was ‘Nekh Nam Khan’ A jagir was granted to him, which came to be called nekh-Nampally. This became ‘Nampally’.

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2) Begumpet:
Basheerunnissa Begum, daughter of Nizam II was married to a Paigah noble. She received lands in dowry. The village came to be known as Begumpet.

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3) Khairatabad:
The jagir granted to Khairunnisa Begum daughrer of Ibrahim Qutub Shah, came to be known as Khairatabad.

4) Begum Bazar:
Land gifted by Humda Begum ( the wife of Nizam Ali Khan Nizamul Mulk) to the merchants of Hyderabad for trade and commerce, finally developed as Begum Bazar.

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5) Sultan Bazar:
After 1933, the Residency bazar was renamed Sultan Bazar, when these areas were returned to the Nizam, by the British (Residency).

6) Afzal Gunj:
The Vth Nizam (Afzalud Dawlah) gifted land to the grain merchants for trade and commerce. The place was named Afzal Gunj.

7) Secunderabad:
Named after Sikander Jha (1806) (IIIrd Nizam). The Village where British troops were stationed.

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8) Ma Saheba Ka Talab:
Hayat Bakshi Begum, wife of Quli Qutub Shah-VI, was called Ma Saheba. The tank constructed by her to irrigate lands of Mallepally village, was called Masaheba ka Talab. Finally it came to be called Masab Tank.

9) Kadve Saheb Ki Galli (lane):
After a person, who was always angry-faced and talked ill of others. This lane is in the old city.

10) Himayat Nagar:
New locality named after Himayat Ali Khan – Azam Jha – eldest son of VIIth Nizam – Osman Ali Khan (in 1933). His name was Himayat Ali Khan.

11) Hyderguda:
New locality named after Hyder Ali, who was 1st Talukhdar (District Collector) and owned lands in the village formerly the Jagir of Vaheed Unnisa Begum, wife of Nizam. The locality is called after him, as Hyderguda.

12) Basheer Bagh:
The garden of Sir Asman Jha, Basirud-dulah – a Paigah Noble, who had a palace at the Garden.

13) Somajiguda:
A revenue department employee, named Sonaji, who owned lands and resided in this village. Sonaji became Somaji and the hamlet came to be called ‘Somajiguda’. (Guda is from Godem a hamlet).

14) Malakpet:
Named after Malik Yakoob, a servant of Abdulah Qutub Shah Golconda King where he resided had a market, hence the name Malakpet.

15) Saidabad:
A Jagir village of Sayed Meer Momin, Dewan of Golconda (1591).

16) Abid’s Shop:
A Valet and steward of Nizam (VI) Mahboob Ali Khan. This man had his first shop here.

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17) Saroornagar:
Named after Sarwari Afzal Bai, mistress of Arasthu Jha. Dewan of Hyderabad, who granted a Jagir,and constructed a palace and Garden for her.

18) Debirpura:
The village named after Abdul Samad with the titles; Dabir-ul Mulk, a noble man.

19) Noor Khan Bazar:
A market developed by Noor Khan, who came from Lucknow, during the time of the II Nizam.

20) A.C.Guards:
A locality to the West of Lakdi-ka-pul. The barracks of Abyssinian Cavalry Guards of Raja of Wanaparthy (1910) (Abyssinia is the old name of Ethiopia, an East African country).

Have a nice stroll of the Twin Cities !

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