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Anil Kumar Verma is born on 12 December 1962. He is one of the practicing lawyer, in the areas of civil and criminal laws. He practices at Sitamarhi Civil Court of Bihar in India, but also appears in various District Courts and in Patna High Court. After getting his membership from Bar Council of Bihar in 1996 he started his legal practice at Sitamarhi Civil Court. He is specialized in various field of law, some of them are Civil law, (Full article..)

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Nouria Rafi is a Indian Law Student
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Nouria Rafi is a second-year law student in Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University. She has done an internship with Rural Litigation Entitlement Kendra, Dehradun[1]. She has done a substantial amount of research and field work with the same NGO. She has also done an internship in District Court, Bijnor. resently she is studying law at Faculty of Law, A.M.U., Aligarh[2], which is apparently the sixth best law college in India. She is also a Member of Anti-Ragging committee and also Joint Secretary of Public & Media Relations, Begum Sultan Jahan Hall, A.M.U. (Full article..)

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1973 Guinea-Bissau gains independence

Guinea-Bissau declared its independence from Portugal. The declaration was recognized almost a year later on September 10, 1974.

1957 Camp Nou, a stadium that seats over 99,000 opens its doors for football fans Situated in Barcelona, Spain, it is the largest stadium in Europe and the 11th largest in the world.

1948 Honda Motor Company is founded by Soichiro Honda The automobile manufacturer is also the world's largest producer of motorcycles.

1869 Black Friday in the United States A group of speculators headed by James Fisk and Jay Gould started hoarding gold, which led to high gold prices. The US Treasury under the orders of President Ulysses S. Grant sold a large amount of gold leading to a plummet in gold prices within the span of minutes.

1789 US Congress Adopts the Judiciary Act of 1789 The act was passed by the first Congress of the United States. It created the US federal judiciary including the Supreme Court.

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