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Justice M. Srinivasan
(12-01-1937 - 25-02-2000)
Justice M. Srinivasan, enrolled as an advocate in July, 1958, and practiced before the Madras High Court, was appointed as Judge of Madras High Court in June 1986. He was appointed as Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh in August 1996. He was elevated as Judge of Supreme Court in 1997, and was due to retire in January 2002.
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