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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
ediic ; in the town of Bankura & the Presidency College, Calcutta ; B.A., 1865; M.A. with first class honors, 1866; B.L., 1867; same vear enrolled as a Vakil of the High Court ; passed the final examination in Law with honors, 1871 ; Tagore Law Lecturer, 1875; chose for his subject the Law of Martgages in India which was published in a book form and has Ijecome a recognised text-book and authority on the subject ; Fellow, Calcutta University, 1879 ; receiv- ed the Degree of Doctor of Laws, 1884; elected a Member of the Uni- versity Syndicate, 1887 ; President, Faculty of Law in the Univer- sity for two years ; Chairman, Reception Comnittee of the Indian National Congress, 1906 ; Presid- ent, Indian National Congress, 1908; has visited England, France, Italy and other important centres in the West; nominated to the Bengal Legs- lative Council, 1899 ; nominated to the Supreme Legislative Coun- cil, 1891 ; founded a medal in the name of his mother and made over to the Calcutta University Government Pro-notes of the value of Rs. 2500 towards the medal; made a princely gift of ten lakhs to the Calcutta University for the promotion of Scientific learning in India; lives in a purely Indian style wearing the Gliajjknna d- Clioga. Publications : "Law of Mortgages in India". Address : 46, Theatre Road, Calcutta, India.
Ghulam Mohammed Khan, Hon'ble Yaladkhan Bahadur Vali Maho- med Bhurgi, Bar-at-Law; elected Memljcr, Legislative Council, Bombay.
Gulam Muhammad All Khan Bahadur Sir Umdat-uI-Umara,
Amir-ul-Umara, Siraj-ul-Umara, Madar-ul-Mulk, Azim-ud-Doula,
��Doul, Asar-Daul-Inglaz, Nawab- Azim Jah, Amir-i-Arcot, K.C.I.E. (1909); Prince of Arcot, Madras ; s. of the late Sir iluhammad Munawar Ali Khan Bahadur: b. 1862 ; ediic ; Newington Court of Wards Institu- tion, Madras ; is the premier Mu- hammudan nobleman of Southern India ; was a Member, IMadras Legislative Council, 1904-06 ; is now a Member, Imperial Legisla- tive Council ; is a patron of the Madras Cosmopolitan Club ; Life Member, South Indian Athletic Association, Madras ; President, Madras branch of the All-India Moslem League ; Claims descent from Anwarud-Din, who was made Nawab of the Carnatic by the Nizam of Hyderabad (Deccan); is the great grandson of Azim Jah; is the 4th in succession to the title of ' Prince of Arcot ' granted to Azim Jah, 1870. Address: Amir Mahal, Pycroft's Road, Triplicane, Madras, India.
Ghulam Muhammad Mahjir,
Khan Bahadur, Madras ; 6. 1850 ; was for long JManagcr, Office of the Surgeon-Creneral with the Govern- ment of jMadras from which he retired, 1905 ; takes keen interest in all public movements ; was Secretary of the Cosmopolitan Club, Mount Road, Madras ; is a Member of the Anjuman-i-lslam, Madras ; INIember, Muslim League,, Madras; Khan Bahadur, 1901. Address ; Triplicane, Madras, India.
Ghulam Salmani, Shams-ul-Ulama, Assistant Superintendent, Hooghly Madrassa; b. 1858 ; educ; Hoogh- ly Madarassa ; s, of Moulvi Ghulam Rahman ; appointed to- Hooghly Madrassa, 1878 ; Head Moulvi, 1887 ; transferred to Calcutta, 1910 ; appointed Assis- tant Superintendent of the Madrassa; Chams-ul-Ulama, 1911. Address : Hooghly, Bengal. India.