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Hon'ble Nawab Syed Hossain Haider Chowdhri, Khan
Bahadur, who has got extensive jsefnindari in Tepperah and
Noakhali Distrcts. His younger brother, Babu Sarda Sundar
Pal, B. E., is serving as an Executive Engineer in the Public
Works Department of the Government of India and is, at
present, posted at Bankipur. Address: Kandirpur, Comilla,
(Tepperah), East Bengal.



Kabiraj Jogendra Nath Sen, of Calcutta, is a well-known
Medical Practitioner of the Ayurvedic System. His long and
successful services in this line were appreciated by the
Government by the grant, to him, of the distinguished title of
Vaidyaratna in June, 19 12.



Khaja Muhammad Hussain, Khan Bahadur, Haji— was
born atPallavaram on February 14th, 1858, and was educated in
the Church of Scotland Mission College, Madras. He received
his medical education in the Madras Medical College and
entered the Government service in 1878. In his line he
did excellent work in Madras and further extended his
experience by visiting Arabia in charge of a pilgriraship.
He entered Banganapalle State service in 1890 and has ever
since been doing faithful work in allaying the sufferings not
only of the people of the State but also of the sick and ailing
inhabitants of the surrounding British villages who often
come to him for help. The Government was pleased to
confer on him the honor of Khan Bahadurship, as a mark of
personal distinction, in recognition of his services to the State.
Address: Banganapalle.



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Sahu Laksmi Narain Hayyar, Diwan Bahadur, of
Coimbatore. The title was conferred on him in June, 191 2, in
recognition of his public services. Address: Coimbatore.



Mohammed Abdul Hafiz Saheb, Khan Bahadur,
Coimbatore, was born in 186 1. In recognition of his public
services he was made a Khan Saheb in November, 1901,
and a Khan Bahadur in June, 19 12. Address : Coimbatore.



Khan Walad Rahim Khan, Khan Bahadur; of Jacobabad.
The title of Khan Bahadur was conferred on him in June,
1912, in recognition of his public services. Address:
Jacobabad.



NaSARWANJI Merwanji Cama, Khan Saheb, was born
in Bombay on 26th August, 1862. After finishing his school
career in Bombay he entered service and began with a clerk-
ship in the Bombay High Court. In 1886, after a training of
about 6 months, he w^as appointed as combined Sub-Post-
Master, Campbellpur. Later on, he served in several capacities
as Head Clerk, Inspector, Deputy Post Master, Assistant
Superintendent, Post Offices, Superintendent and lastly rose
to the rank of ist Class Post Master and retired as such from
Lucknow in January, 19 13, after 27 years service in the de-
partment. In 1897, he was appointed Superintendent Post
Offices, Malakhand Field Force, and in the following year
as Superintendent, Khyber Province and his services in these
capacities were highly appreciated and awarded by the
Government. He was made a Khan Saheb in June, 1912.
Address: No. 17, Procter Street, Grant Road, Bombay.



Jognksvar ROYjRai Saheb, Babu — L.M.S., Honorary Munsif
and member, Municipal Board, Gorakhpur, was born on 12th
July, 1852, in village Goghat, District Hoogly, and was educated
in Calcutta obtaining his degree from the Medical College in
1875 ; joined the Government service, in 1875, as an Assistant,





Barada Si'NUAK Pal, K. 1. H. Mkd. (39)



R. S. JoGNESVAR Roy (40)








1\ S \asak\v\nji Mkr\vanji Cama (40)



K. B. Nanabhai Chanjibhai (42)



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Surgeon and retired on pension in 1905, the last appointment
being as Civil Surgeon, Sitapur. In recognition of his good
services and professional attainments he was presented with
a certificate of honor on the occasion of the Fmperial Coro-
nation Darbar of 1903 and was granted the title of Rai Saheb
in June, 1912. He has been acting as an Honorary Alunsif of
the Gorakhpur Bench since October igii and as a member of
the Gorakhpur Municipal Board since a year later. He owns
some rent free lands in his native village and houses and
gardens at Gorakhpur. Address : Gorakhpur.



TajammUL Husain, Khan Bahadur, Munshi — of Shah-
jehanpur, U. P. He is a Municipal Commissioner and an
Honorary Magistrate within the Shahjehanpur Municipality,
and the Police Circles of Shahjehanpur, Seramau south and
Kanth. In recognition of his services to the public he was
made a Khan Bahadur in June, 1912. Address: Shahjehan-
pur, U. P.



Sardar Mohammad Yusuf, Khan Bahadur, retired
Extra Assistant Commissioner, Punjab. The title of Khan
Bahadur was conferred on him in June, 1912, in recognition of
his long and loyal services to the Government and the
public.



Saiyed Mahdi Shah, Khan Bahadur, of Lyallpur,
Punjab ; the title of Khan Bahadur was conferred on him in
June, 1912, in recognition of his public services. Address:
Lyallpur.



Sheikh Wazir-UD-DiN, Khan Bahadur, of the Punjab
Irrigation Department. He received the title of Khan
Bahadur in June, 1912, in recognition of his services in the
Irrigation Department.



42 WHO'S WHO IN INDIA

Nanabhai Chanjibhai, Khan Bahadur, a Parsi gentleman,
was born in the year, 1841. He received his English education
in the Government school which was then called the
'Elphinston Institution' at Bombay. In December, 1863, he
went to Karachi where, in the month of June, 1864, he was
engaged as a clerk in the office of Eugene Leggett, Esq.,
Solicitor. In the year, 1868, he passed the examination of
pleaders in Sind but he remained in the service of the above-
named solicitor till June, 1870, when he commenced to practise
as a pleader in Karachi and he is still practisingthere as such.
On the ist of January, 1913, the Governor-General of India-in-
Council was pleased to issue to him a Sanad conferring on him
the title of Khan Bahadur as a personal distinction. On the
7th June, 1913, at the Bench and Bar dinner held in Karachi
the Judicial Commissioner of Sind (E.M. Pratt, Esq.) presented
to him the said Sanad together with a gold medal bearing the
said title of Khan Bahadur. Address : Karachi.



Walayatullah, Khan Bahadur, Hafiz Mohammad —
Extra Assistant Commissioner, Central Provinces. The title
of Khan Bahadur was conferred on him in June, 19 12, in
recognition of his meritorious services.



Sherali Khan, Khan Bahadur, half brother to H. H. the
Nawab of Jaora. The title of Khan Bahadur was conferred
on him in June, 191 2, in recognition of his services to the Jaora
State as Civil Judge and in other capacities. Address : Jaora.

Ardeshir Dosabhai Markar, Khan Bahadur ; Honorary
Magistrate, Quetta. The title of Khan Bahadur was conferred
on him in June, 191 2, in appreciation of his services to the
Government and the public. Address : Honorary Magistrate,
Quetta.

Malik Haji Haroon, Khan Bahadur of Bastan, Beluchis-
tan ; he was made a Khan Bahadur in June, 1912, in recognition
of his public services.



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Sheikh Mohammad Akbar, Khan Bahadur, of Peshawar.
The title was conferred on him in June, 1912, in recognition
of his public services.



Chathu Adiary, Rao Saheb, retired Tehsildar, Magistrate
and Municipal Secretary, Tellicherry, was born about the year
1848 in a respectable family of that name and educated at the
Tellicherry Mission, Cannanore Normal and Calicut Zilla
Schools, respectively. Beginning from a humble clerkship to
a European Barrister he rose to the officiating Huzur Serish-
tedar's post in the course of 18 years. In the capacity of
Tehsildar Magistrate he assisted the Government on more
than one occasion specially in connection with the sappers
strike in 1888. He received the Coronation medal in 1912
and the title of Rao Saheb in 19 13. Address : Tellicherry.



Sachchitananda Sahai, b.a.,b.l., Rai Bahadur; second
son of the late Hon'ble Haribans Sahai, was born in the year
1 874. Since obtaining his B. L. degree from the Behar National
College, Mr. Sahai has been serving the public in various
capacities ; he has been Vice-Chairman of the Arrah Muni-
cipality since 1903, member of the District Board and
the Local Board, Arrah, since 1908, member of the Arrah
Hospital Managing Committee for about 10 years and so on.
The Government, in recognition of his public spirit, presented
him a certificate of honor in the year 191 1. He was also
awarded a Coronation Darbar M.edal in December of the same
year and in the following year he was made a Rai Bahadur.
Address: Arrah.



Thakur Singh Bhangi, Sardar Bahadur, Sardar — of
Panjwar, Amritsar District. The title of Sardar Bahadur, as
a personal distinction, was conferred on him in January, 19 14.

Lahna Singh, Sardar Bahadur, Bhai— Executive Engineer
in the Punjab. The title of Sardar Bahadur, as a personal
distinction, was conferred on him in January, 19 14.



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HiRA Singh, Sardar Bahadur, Honorary Captain, Aide-
de-camp to His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of Behar
and Orissa; was made a Sardar Bahadur in January, 1914.



Abdur Rashid Khan, Shifa-ul-Mulk, Hakim — of Calcutta.
The title of Shifa-ul-Mulk, as a personal distinction, was con-
ferred on him in January, 19 14. Address : Calcutta.

Periya Madan Saheb Marakkayar Kasim Muhammad
Marakkayar Saheb, Khan Bahadur— Landholder, Ramnad
District in the Madras Presidency. The title of Khan
Bahadur, as a personal distinction, was conferred on him in
January, 19 14.

PiRBUX Mian Mahmud, Khan Bahadur, Retired Deputy
Collector, of Sukkur, in the Bombay Presidency. ,The title
of Khan Bahadur, as a personal distinction, was conferred on
him in January, 19 14. Address : Sukkur, Bombay Presidency.

Mrityunjoy Roy Chowdhuri, Rai Bahadur, m.r.a.s.
(London), Zemindar of Koondi, Honorary Magistrate, Vice-
Chairman, District Board, Rungpur, born 1880, comes of a very
ancient family of Coolin Brahmins of Bengal. The Zemindari
was founded by Keshab Chandra Roy Chowdhuri in 1604
when he came to Rungpur with Maharaja Man Singh, the great
Commander-in-Chief of Emperor Akbar, during his expedition
of Assam. Mr. Mrityunjoy Roy devoted his life to public
service from an early age. He is fond of archaeological
researches and has collected a large number of very old and
rare coins (gold and silver). He is a member of the Asiatic
Society of Bengal, Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and
Ireland, Bangya Sahitya Parishad, etc. He ha.s published a
book named *"' Discovery of a Greek ornament. '' His Zemin-
dari lies in the District of Rungpur, Dinajpur and Bogra in
Bengal. He received a certificate of Honor on the occasion
of the Delhi Darbar of 191 1 and the title of Rai Bahadur in
the followiug year. Address : Sadyapuskarini- Koondi, Post
Office, Shampur, District Rungpur, Bengal.



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Erachji Sheriarji Bharucha, l.m. & s., Khan Bahadur,
Assistant Surgeon, Poona. The title of Khan Bahadur, as a
personal distinction, was conferred on him in January, 1914.
Address: Poona.



Shaikh Ilahi Baksh, Khan Bahadur, Maulvi — Civil Assist-
ant Surgeon, Chittagong Hill tracts in the Province of Bengal.
The title of Khan Bahadur was conferred on him in January, 1 9 1 4.



Mir Ali UbbaD, Khan Bahadur, Allahabad. The title of
Khan Bahadur, as a personal distinction, was conferred on him
in January, 1914. Address: Allahabad.

Muhammad Hira Khan, Khan Bahadur, Supervisor,
Public Works Department, United Provinces. Title was
conferred in January, 19 14.

KUTUB-UD-DIN Ahmad, Khan Bahadur, Qazi — Honorary
Magistrate, Bareilly, United Provinces. Title conferred in
January, 1 9 14. Address: Bareilly.

Rahmat-UL-LaH, Khan Bahadur, Mr. — Inspector of Police
in the Punjab, was made a Khan Saheb, in recognition of his
public services a few years back and received the title of Khan
Bahadur in January, 19 14, in further recognition of his services.

Valloor Subramania Shastri, Ghanapati and Maha-
mohopadhyaya, was born in 1869 and educated at Mannargudi
(Tanjore District) under Mahamohopadhyaya Raja Shastri
and at Sringeri (Mysore) under the Jagadguru Sri Sachchida-
nanda Sivabhinava Narasimha Bharati Swami. His father
was an adwaiiic philosopher and teacher. Subramania Shastri
was, for 10 years, Professor of Dharma Shastra and Vedas in
the Sringeri Samastham and has been, for the last nearly
3 years, professor of Vedanta in the Indian Sanskrit Institute,
Bangalore which is also known as the Sringeri Sankara Mutt.
Address: Sringeri Mutt, Bangalore.

Aziz-UD-DIN Ahmad Khan, Khan Bahadur, Sahibzada — of
Loharu in the Punjab. The title of Khan Bahadur was
conferred on him in January, 1914. Address: Loharu, Punjab.



46 WHO'S WHO IN INDIA

FakhR-UD-DIN Motabhai, Khan Bahadur, Seth— Honor-
ary Magistrate of Burhanpur, Nimar District in the Central
Provinces; was made a Khan Bahadur in January, 1914, in
recognition of public services. Address : Burhanpur, Nimar
District, C. P.



DaraSHAW Nowrosji Modi, Khan Bahadur, late attache
to the Hon'ble the Agent to the Governor-General in Rajpu-
tana. Title conferred, as a personal distinction, in January,
1914.



Rafi-UD-DIN, Khan Bahadur, Maulvi — Judge of the
Appellate Court, Jaipur State, Rajputana. The title of Khan
Bahadur, as a personal distinction, conferred in January, 1914.
Address : Jaipur, Rajputana.

ParaDIN Khan, Khan Bahadur, Head of the Ashezai
Section of the Achakzai tribe in Beluchistan. Title conferred
in January, 19 14.

M. R. Ry. Jagarlamudi Lakshmayya Nayudu Garu,
Rai Bahadur, of Karenchedu, land-holder in the Bapatla
Taluk, Guntur District, Madras Presidency. Title of Rai
Bahadur conferred in January, 19 14.



HURDUTROY Chamria, Rai Bahadur, Seth — born in 1881,
belongs to Rajputana, his father having gone to and settled in
Calcutta about 53 years ago. Seth Hardutroy started life from
the early age of nine as broker and businessman and became a
successful merchant after some time. Subsequently he opened
firms in Hong Kong and Shanghai in China. At the present
day he represents various business lines as a Banker, as a
merchant, landholder, commission agent, etc., etc. He is a
Municipal Commissioner and Honorary Magistrate at Howrah!
He holds extensive properties in Calcutta and Howrah as also
in the Districts of Monghyr and Baran and in the Kotah
(Hadoti) state (Rajputana). Address : 68, Cotton Street,
Calcutta and i, Cullen Place, Howrah.



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Ghulam Mohammad Khan, Khan Bahadur, Malik — was
horn in the year 1863 and educated at Pindigheb. In recogni-
tion of his services to the Police Department in the capacity
of a Zaildar and of his other public services he was made a
Khan Bahadur in 1913. He is an Honorary Magistrate at
Pindigheb and is a landlord also. Residence and Address \
Pindigheb, Bisal Railway Station, Post Office, Pindigheb,
District Attock, (Punjab).



MOOLCHAND Kapur, Rai Bahadur, Lala — late Paymaster
of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Bombay,
was made a Rai Saheb in 1908, and a Rai Bahadur in January,
1914, In recognition of his services.



DuRGADAs BaSU, Rai Bahadur, Babu — late Small Cause
Court Judge, Howrah and Serampore, Bengal, was made a
Rai Bahadur in January, 19 14.



Krishna Kali Mukharji, Rai Bahadur, Babu — Personal
Assistant to the Commissioner, Presidency Division, Bengal.
Title conferred in January, 19 14.



SURRENDRA Nath Mitra, Rai Bahadur, Babu — late
Subordinate Judge and Assistant Sessions Judge, Midnapur,
Bengal, was made a Rai Bahadur, in January, 1914, in
recognition of public service.



NiBARAN Chandra Sen, Rai Bahadur, Sub-Assistant
Surgeon, Darjeeling, Bengal. See page 94, Part VIII of the
Principal work. The title of Rai Bahadur was conferred on
him in January, 1914. Address : V>2.x]^^X\w^.



Mahendra Chandra Lahiri, Rai Bahadur, Babu— late
Vice-Chairman, Serampur Municipality, Bengal. Title of Rai
Bahadur conferred as a personal distinction in January, 1914.
Address: Serampur^ Bengal.



48 WHO'S WHO IN INDIA

JOGESCIIANDRA RaY, M.A., BiDYANIDHI, F.R.A.S., F.R.M.S.,
Rai Saheb, was born in the year i860, and educated
at the Hoogli College of which he was a distinguished
student. After taking his M. A. degree (with honors)
of the Calcutta University he was appointed Lecturer on
Science at the Revenshaw College, Cuttack, in 1883 where he
has been a very popular and enthusiastic professor all along.
He is an author of various works, notably, of a History of Hindu
Astronomy, a Treatise on precious stones based on Sanskrit
literature on the subject and an Analytical Grammar and
Philology of the Bengali Language. Address : Cuttack, Orrisa.



Bankey Lal, Rai Bahadur, Lala — Municipal Commis-
sioner and Honorary Magistrate, Bareilly, United Provinces.
Title of Rai Bahadur, as a personal distinction conferred in
January, 1914. Address: Bareilly.



Sheo Prasad, b. a., Rai Bahadur, Babu — Deputy Collec-
tor, at present Officiating Junior Secretary to the Board of
Revenue, United Provinces, was appointed a Deputy Collector
in June, 1900, and was promoted to the 4th grade Deputy
CoUectorship in August, 19 13. The title of Rai Bahadur
was conferred on him in January, 19 14.



HiRA Singh, Rai Bahadur, Retired Extra Assistant Com-
missioner of Punjab. The title of Rai Saheb was conferred
on him in 1909, and he was made a Rai Bahadur in January,
1914, in recognition of his long services.



Rallia Ram, Rai Bahadur, Lala — Extra Assistant Com-
missioner, Punjab, was made a Rai Bahadur, in January
1914.



Tejchandra Mukherji, Rai Bahadur, Babu— late District
and Sessions Judge in the Province of Behar and Orrisa.
Title of Rai Bahadur conferred in January, 19 14.



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ZaHIR-UL-Haq, B. a., Khan Bahadur, Kazi—born 22nd July,
1868, is descended from the distinguished Saint Shah Abdur
Rahman Gaujraz who was domiciled in Faridpur, Bengal. He
received his education in the Dacca Madrassa and the Dacca
College. He is the Honorary Secretary to the Eastern Bengal
and Assam Co-Operative Central Bank, Limited, Dacca. He
possesses two taluqs and lakhiraj lands in the Faridpur, and
four taluqs in the Dacca District besides some landed and house
property in the Dacca City. He is a member of the North-
brook Hall Library and Ebassam Club, Dacca, He is the
author of a book in Bengali named Shahitya Sopan and of an
alligory in English verse called : '' The Youngman in the
Journey of Life." Address : 2, Ashuq Jamadar Lane, Dacca,

Ramkrishna Raghunath Moramkar, Rao Saheb, born
at Sawantwadi inthe State of that name (Bombay Presidency)
in the year 1859, belongs to a respectable Gaud-Saraswat
Brahmin family. Having finished his education he joined the
Assistant Quarter-Master General's Office, Bombay, as a clerk
during the Afghan war in 1880 and after a few years was pro-
moted to the post of 2nd clerk in which position he served
till 1911 when he retired. For his loyal services to the Govern-
ment he was made a Rao Saheb in June, 1913. He is now con-
ducting a Mahratti journal named " Vividha Jnana Vistar "
which is published from Bombay. Address : Vividha Jnana
Vistar Office, Kalba Devi Post Office, Bombay.

Harendra Narain Ray Mahasay Lakhanath, Rai

Bahadur, Zemindar, North Balasore, Behar and Orissa. Title
of Rai Bahadur conferred in Jaunary, 19 14.



Ram Brik Singh, Rai Bahadur, Babu — Deputy Superin-
tendent of Police, Behar and Orissa, was granted the title of Rai
Bahadur in Januar)^ 19^4, in recognition of his public services.

Braja Rakhal SauGal, Rai Bahadur, Babu— Officiating
Deputy Superintendent of Police, Behar and Orissa. Title
conferred in January, 19 14.



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Barada Kanta Ray, Rai Bahadur, Babu — Assistant
Surgeon, Medical Officer-in-charge of the Arrah Hospital,
Behar and Orissa. The title of Rai Bahadur was conferred
on him in January, 1914. Address : Arrah.



Pall Singh, Subedar-Major, Rai Bahadur, Rangoon
Battalion, Burma Military Police. Title of Rai Bahadur con-
ferred in January, 1914.

Anup Chand SangaNARIA, Rai Bahadur, merchant and
contractor, Assam Province. Title of Rai Bahadur conferred
in January, 19 14.



Ambika Charan Chatterjee, l S. O., Sarishtedar, Dis-
trict and Session Judge's Court, Comilla, Bengal, was born in
the year 1858 and educated at the Dacca College. He
was presented with the badge of Companionship of Imperial
Service Order in recognition of his long and meritorious
services as Sarishtedar in 191 3. Address : Comilla, Bengal.

GiRRAj KiSHORE Datt, Rai Bahadur, Pandit — was born
at Farrukabad on 22nd March, 1857, ^^ ^ family the members of
which followed the profession of Vaids and Hakims. In 1875,
he passed the First Arts Examination from the St. John's
College, Agra, and by private study passed the pleadership exa-
mination in 1878 and the High Court vakilship in 1886. He
joined Government service as a 3rd grade Munsif in May,
1886, and by his merit and hard work rose to the post of Judge,
Small Cause Court of Agra in 1909 and retired from service
in September, 1912. He was the recipient of a Coronation
Durbar (191 1) silver medal and was made a Rai Bahadur in
June, 19 1 2, in recognition of his long and meritorious services.
In 1909, on the suggestion of the Rev. Mr. Haythornthwaite
the then Principal, St. John's College, he founded the Old Boys'
Association and has been its elected President ever since.
Rai Girraj Kishore Datt has published several books (com-
mentaries, etc.) on Indian Law in English and Urdu. Address :
Retired Judge, Small Cause Court, Pipalmandi, Agra.





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AnTOLDAS HaRGOVANDAS, B.A., LL. B., Vakil, High Court
and Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor, Broach, was
born in 187 1 and educated in the BarodaWilson and Elphinston
Colleges. He has been a Vice-President, Broach City
Municipality and Chairman of its School Board in which
capacities his services have always been praiseworthy. He
was granted a Kaisar-i-Hind medal of the ist class in the
year 19 13. Address : Broach.

PiR AziM-UD-DIN, KhanSaheb, Tehsildar, Hansi (Punjab) ;
born in 1872, is a descendant of late Qutab Jamal-ud-din of
Hansi who was the first Caliph of Bawa Faridganj Shakan of
Pakpatan and whose tomb is situated at Hansi. Pir Az!m-ud-
din's ancestors rendered conspicuous service to the British
Government during the mutiny of 1857. In 1908, Pir Azim-ud-
din was promoted from Naib-Tehsildarship to Tehsildarship at
Delhi and his services in that capacity during the Coronation
Darbar of 191 1 were very highly appreciated by the Govern-
ment. He has since been nominated for the post of Extra
Assistant Commissionership. The title of Khan Saheb was
conferred on him in 19 14, in recognition of his services, an
honour which seldom falls to the lot of Tehsildars in the
Province. Address: Tehsildar, Hansi (Punjab).



BanarSI Das, Rai Saheb, Lala — Retired Extra Judicial
Assistant Commissioner in the Punjab. Title conferred in
January, 19 13.



Pbulchand Rai, Rai Saheb, Lala — Executive Engineer,
Public Works Department, Irrigation Branch, Punjab. Title
conferred in January, 19 13.



Bhubaneswar Pramanik, Rai Saheb, Doctor — of Supaul
Sub-division and Dispensary in the District of Bhagalpur,
Senior First Class Sub-Assistant Surgeon, Behar and Orissa.
Title conferred in January, 191 3. Address : Supaul, Bhagal-
pur District (Behar).



52 WHO'S WHO IN INDIA

UmRA Raja Lal, Rai Saheb, Senior Assistant Surgeon^ in
the Punjab. Title conferred in January, 1913.



Tripuracharan Guha, Rai Saheb, Babu— Assistant Sur-
geon, Bettiah, District Champaran. Title conferred in January,
1 91 3. Address : Bettiah, Champaran District (Behar and
Orissa).



PURUSHOTTAM RazU, Rai Saheb, K., Assistant Engineer,
Public Works Department, in the Central Provinces. Title
conferred in January, 19 13.

GURDIN MiSRA, Rai Saheb, of Sihora, Jubbulpur District.
Title conferred in January, 1913. Address: Sihora, Jubbulpur
District, C. P.



- Shaikh Makbul Hosain, of Gadia (Oudh) b. a., m. r. a. c,
Bar-at-Law, Khan Bahadur, the second son of Shaikh Ahmad
Hosain, was born on the 28th November, 1876. After gradu-
ating from the Canning College, Lucknow, in 1897, ^^ P'^o*
ceeded, two years later, to England for higher studies. There
he distinguished himself at the Royal Agricultural College,
Cirencister, where he won several scholarships in the course of
his -studies and also a gold medal by heading the list of suc-
cessful candidates in the final examination. He then devoted
his energies to the Bar and passed the necessary examination
in a very short time. On his return to India he was appointed
a Deputy Collector, 6th grade. In July, 1909, he was
promoted to the post of Assistant Director, Criminal Intelli-
gence in the Home Department of the Government of India,


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