Lets Meet with the 5 judges who pronounced Ayodhya case judgement today

Hon’ble Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi
Ranjan Gogoi was born on 18th November 1956 at Dibrugarh Assam, India. He completed his schooling from Don Bosco School in Dibrugrah. Then he studied at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi graduating with honors in history, before attending Delhi University, where he received a law degree.
Gogoi enrolled at the bar in 1978 and practised at the Gauhati High Court, where he was made a Permanent Judge on 28 February 2001. He was transferred to the Punjab and Haryana High Court on 9 September 2010, becoming its Chief Justice on 12 February 2011. On 23 April 2012, he was elevated as a Judge of the Supreme Court.
On 3 October 2018, he was appointed as Chief justice of India succeeding Dipak Misra.
At present, he is an Indian Jurist serving as the 46th and current Chief Justice of India since 3 October 2018. His term as Chief Justice will ends on 17th November 2019. The bench of judges under him is going to give a most delayed case – Ayodhya Dispute on 9 November 2019.
Hon’ble Justice Ashok Bhushan

Ashok Bhushan was born on Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh. He started his career in advocacy by enrolling with Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh on 6 April 1979 and started practicing in Civil and Original side at Allahabad High Court till the elevation to the Bench. While practicing as an advocate in Allahabad High Court, he served as the standing counsel for various institutions such as Allahabad University, State Mineral Development Corporation Limited and several Municipal Boards, Banks & Education Institutions and also as the Senior Vice – President of the Allahabad High court Bar Association. Elevated as permanent Judge of the Allahabad High Court on 24 April 2001 was served as Chairman of Higher Judicial Service Committee and headed several other committees.
He was appointed as Judge of the High Court of Kerala on 10 July 2014, has taken charge as Acting Chief Justice on 1 August 2014 and as Chief Justice on 26 March 2015.
He was appointed as Judge of the Supreme Court of India on 13 May 2016.
 Hon’ble Justice D.Y.Chandrachud
Dhananjaya Yeshwant Chandrachud was born on 11th November 1959 at Pune, Maharashtra, India. He completed his schooling from Cathedral and John Connon School, Mmbai and St. Columba’s School, Delhi. Then he pursued his graduation from St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi in 1979. He then obtained his LLB degree from Delhi University in 1982, followed by an LLM degree from Havard University in 1983. At Harvard, he studied on the prestigious Inlaks Scholarship, and received the Joseph H Beale prize. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Juridical Sciences (S.J.D.), from Harvard University in 1986. His doctoral thesis was on Affirmative Action; it considered the law in a comparative framework.
Chandrachud was appointed as the Judge of Bombay High Court in the year 2000. Then in year 2013 he was appointed as the Chief Justice of Allahabad high Court. Now at present he is the Supreme Court Judge.  

 Hon’ble Justice S Abdul Nazeer

S Abdul Nazeer was born on 5 January 1958 at Kanara religion, Karnataka. He completed his B.Com degree at Mahaveera College, Moodbidri. He later obtained a law degree from SDM Law College, Kodialbail, Mangaluru.
After taking his law degree, Nazeer enrolled as an Advocate on 1983 and practiced at the Karnataka High Court in Bengaluru. In May 2003, he was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Karnataka High Court.  He was later appointed a Permanent Judge of the same High Court. In February 2017, while serving as a judge of the Karnataka High Court, Nazeer was elevated to the Supreme Court of India. He became only the third judge ever to be elevated in this way, without first becoming the chief justice of some high court.
In the Supreme Court, Abdul Nazeer was the lone Muslim judge in a multi-faith bench which heard the controversial Triple Talaq case in 2017. Though Justice Nazeer and one other judge upheld the validity of the practise of Triple Talaq (Talaq-e-Biddat) based on that fact that it is permissible under Muslim Sharia Law, it was barred by the bench by 3:2 majority and asked the Central government to bring legislation in six months to govern marriage and divorce in the Muslim community. The court said till the government formulates a law regarding triple talaq, there would be an injunction on husbands pronouncing triple talaq on their wives.
Hon’ble Justice S.A.Bobde
S.A.Bobde was born on 24th April 1956 at Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. He completed his graduation from SFS College Nagpur and studied Law from Nagpur University in the year 1978. He enrolled as an advocate on 13 September 1978, practiced at the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court with appearances before the principal seat at Bombay and before the Supreme Court of India and became Senior Advocate in 1998.
Bobde was appointed as an additional judge of Bombay High Court on 29 March 2000. He joined as Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court on 16 October 2012 and was elevated as a judge of the Supreme Court of India on 12 April 2013.
At present, he is a Judge of the Supreme Court of India and a former Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court. He is also serving as the Chancellor of University of Delhi and Maharashtra national Law University, Nagpur. He is due to retire on 23 April 2021. With a tenure of eight years in Supreme Court of India, he is in line to be Chief Justice of India (with effect from 18 November 2019) after superannuation of Justice Ranjan Gogoi. On 18th Oct 2019, media reported that Justice Ranjan Gagoi has formally recommended Justice Bobde to be his successor. He was appointed to be the next Chief Justice of India by President Ramnath Kovind and will take oath on 18 November 2019.

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