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None of my siblings openly support my claim to being the 53rd Syedna: Khuzaima Qutbuddin
DNA India

None of my siblings openly support my claim to being the 53rd ...

Qutbuddin is being cross examined in the HC over his claim. Counsel Iqbal Chagla, who is appearing for Saifuddin, questioned Qutbuddin on the highest degree being conferred by the Aljamea tus Saifiyah. Khuzaima Qutbuddin, uncle of the ... DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Syedna declaratory suit to be heard after court vacation Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 weeks ago

India's largest law firm splits into two

Mumbai Mirror Bureau To maintain the peace and preserve family name, younger sibling Cyril decides not to contest mother's will, keeps Mumbai, south Indian ops; elder brother Shardul Shroff gets Kolkata, north. The Bombay High Court on Wednesday ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago

Amarchand Mangaldas row ends in amicable break-up

File photos show Cyril Shroff (right) and Shardul S. Shroff. Photos: Mint Mumbai: It's official. The Bombay high court on Wednesday gave its approval to the break-up of India's largest law firm, Amarchand and Mangaldas and Suresh A. Shroff and Co.
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago [Breaking]: Its official Shardul, Cyril to part ways as consent terms filled before Bombay HighNew  Bar & Bench2 weeks ago

#id5924.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("");width:px;height:px;}The end of an era (live & summarised): Amarchand Mangaldas split now official [CYRIL AFFIDAVIT & PRESS RELEASE]

The largest Indian law firm break-up ever is now official, after the Bombay high court today blessed the arbitral award arrived at after nearly six months of mediation between Amarchand Mangaldas Suresh A Shroff & Co managing partners and brothers, ...
 Legally India2 weeks ago

Court battle lays bare inner intrigues of Bohras' priestly family

The uncle versus nephew fight for the spiritual leadership of the Dawoodi Bohras enters the court-room, spilling family secrets and exposing the divide in the community. Jyoti Punwani reports. Jealousy and intrigue, attacks and assassination attempts -- the closed and highly exclusive world of the powerful ruling priestly family of the Dawoodi Bohras lay exposed on Tuesday in a Mumbai courtroom, reminding one of the intrigues of the Mughal empire. The Bombay high court’s majestic ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Qutbuddin claims his anointment was kep... Qutbuddin claims his anointment was kept secret over threat to life

Khuzaima Qutbuddin, claimant to the title of the Dawoodi Bohra community's spiritual head, told the Bombay High Court on Tuesday that Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin did not make public the decision to appoint him as the successor as "swords would have ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago Qutbuddin tells HC that Syedna had appointed him as successor  Mid Day3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Lady is tramping

Talk of the town The page that's doesn't judge people's foibles Amrita Arora (centre) along with her friends on their daily walk at Mount Mary Road in Bandra Judgment pays CHETAN Bhagat has taken the role of judge a bit too seriously, choosing ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago

Syedna called me his beloved son, meaning successor, says challenger to title in court

According to Khuzaima Qutbuddin, who is the challenger to the title of the spiritual head of the million-strong Dawoodi Bohra community, the 52nd Syedna (spiritual head of the community) had said that he (Qutbuddin) was the beloved son. This ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Kin don't support my suit openly

Justice Gautam S. Patel on Monday began hearing arguments on the succession row by recording evidence of Mr Qutbuddin. Senior counsel Iqbal Chagla started cross-examining him, In reply to a question Mr Qutbuddin said that he had 12 brothers and ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

We have to create an atmosphere where people can speak out freely Senior Advocate DariusNew

Oddly enough, it is only towards the very end of the interview when one gets the sense that the former Advocate General has let his guard down. No, that would be unfair; Darius Khambata has been remarkably candid throughout the interview. Rather, it ...
 Bar & Bench1 month ago
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