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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Mysore State service as District Munsift, 1SS5 ; Assistant Com- missioner, 1887; sub-Judge, 1891; Under Secretary to Government,
1895 ; Sub-Divisional Officer,
1896 ; Deputy Commissioner, 1898 ; Secretary to Mysore Government (General and Re- venue Department), 1902; Judge, Chief Court, Mvsore, 1904; Officiating Chief Judge, 1907; 1st Councillor, Mysore State, 1909. Publication : Artha Sas- tra, (in Kanarese). Addresfs -. Bangalore City, Mysore Pro- vince, India.
Nandy, Dr. George, M.A. (Cantab), LL.D. (Dub), In- spector-General of Registration and Stamps, Hyderabad State ; y. s. of the Rev. Gopinath Nundy of the American Pres- byterian Mission ; b. at Fut- tehpur, N. W. Province, 1856 ; ediic : at La Martiniere, Luck- now and Calcutta; passed the Entrance Examination, Cal- cutta, 1876 ; proceeded to Eng- land, and joined the Oxford University, and studied Law ; obtained a scholarship from the Nizam's Government to qualify in Natural Science ; joined the Cambridge University and ob- tained an exhibition ; returned to Hyderabad after graduating in Cambridge ; appointed Profes- sor of Natural Science, Hydera- bad College and Medical School; again proceeded to England, joined the Trinity College, Dub- lin, and passed the L.L.B. and L,L.D. degrees ; returned to India and was Honorary Assist- ant Commissioner under the Bri- tish Government and was sent by the Hyderabad Government to Berar to be trained in the Judi- cial, Revenue and Administrative work; served as Assistant Com-
��missioner in the Central Provin- ces ; was also Judge of the Small Causes Court, Khamgaon; recalled to Hyderabad and was appointed first Talukdar ; OtSji- ated as Deputy Inam Commis- sioner and was posted to present appointment, 1896 ; Member of the Educational Board and a Municipal Commissioner. Ad- dress: Hyderabad (Deccan), In- dia.
Ob.xwuIlA Khan, Nawabzada Hafiz Muhammad Bahadu", C. S. I.
(1912), Colonel-in-Chief, Vic- toria Imperial Service Lancers, Bhopal, (retired); s. of the Be- gum of Bhopal ; b 1878 ; ediic : Privately; has learnt Koran by heart; tyi. (1902); three sons and one daughter ; joined the Bhopal Victoria Imperial Ser- vice Lancers, 1914 ; became Commander-in-chief of the Forces, 1915 ; A. D. C. to Viceroy, 1916; Captain in the British Army, 1908 ; accompani- ed H. H. The Begum of Bhopal to Mecca and successfully repulsed a party of Beduin Arabs who attacked the Begum and her party ; travelled all over Europe and attended the Coronations of 1903 and 1911; promoted to the rank of Major, 1911 ; is a Trustee of the M. A. O. College, Aligarh, for which he has subscribed Rs. 60,000. Ad- dress : Jaban Numa Palace, Central India. C'luts : Central India Residency, ludore.
Obbard, Lieut. Co'onel C.J., Com- missioner. Arakan Division ; 0. 1865; joined scvice, 1885; promoted to present rank, 1911 ; services transferred to Civil department as Deputy CoTiimis-