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Bombay, Calcutta Among Five High Courts Getting New Chief Justices

High courts of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Calcutta, Gauhati and Bombay are the ones that got new chief justices.

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Five high courts in the country got new chief justices on Wednesday, 24 October, the Law Ministry said.

High courts of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Calcutta, Gauhati and Bombay are the ones that got new chief justices.

Justice Ramesh Rangnath, a judge of the Andhra Pradesh and Telengana High Court has been appointed chief justice of the Uttarakhand HC. Justice K M Joseph, who was heading the Nainital-based HC was elevated to the Supreme Court in August.

Vijai Kumar Bist, a judge of the Uttarakhand HC, has been elevated as chief justice of the Sikkim HC.

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Debasis Kar Gupta, a judge of the Calcutta HC, has been elevated as chief justice in the same court.

Justice Ajjikuttira Somaiah Bopanna, a judge of the Karnataka High Court has been sent to the Gauhati HC as chief justice.

Justice Naresh Harishchandra Patil, a jude of the Bombay HC, has been elevated as its chief justice.

With the fresh appointments, all the 24 high courts in the country have full-time chief justices.

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