EMINENT JURIST AND A FORMER JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
He was sworn in as a Supreme Court judge on 12 April 2013. Earlier, he had served as the Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court. He retired as senior-most puisne judge of the Supreme Court of India on 6 March 2019. Sikri has an excellent academic record. He stood third in the merit list in Higher Secondary from CBSE, Delhi. He completed his B.Com (Hons.) from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi in 1974. He completed his L.L.B. from Faculty of Law, the University of Delhi in 1977 and won a gold medal for attaining the first position in L.L.B. at Delhi University. He completed his LLM from Delhi University and stood first in the three-year course.
MINISTER OF STATE FOR PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS AND STASTIC AND IMPLEMENTATION IN THE NDA GOVERNMENT
A former Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Goel is affiliated with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He became president of the Delhi unit of the BJP in February 2013. He was elected to Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan in 2014. He is the former Delhi University Students' Union president and an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce. He has been the Member of Parliament for the 11th, 12th and 13th Lok Sabha representing the Sadar and Chandni Chowk constituencies of Delhi. He also served as the Union Minister of State of Labour, Parliamentary Affairs, Statistics & Programme Implementation, and Youth Affairs & Sports in the National Democratic Alliance (India) government until 2004.
INDIAN MEDIA PERSONALITY
He has seen and been associated with Indian television's transition from a government-controlled, black and white, a single-channel entity to the present-day multi-channel transnational satellite TV industry. A veteran of thousands of hours of telecasting, Vinod Dua is an anchor, political commentator, election analyst, producer, and director. He worked in the News channel program namely "Jaika India Ka" broadcast on NDTV India. Currently, he is making a News video for HW NEWS Network on YouTube. He was awarded the Padma Shri for Journalism in 2008 by the Government of India.
In the chamber number 483 of the Delhi High Court, a man in his 60s is often seen surrounded by people seeking justice. These people are from the deprived section of the society. The man, Ashok Agrawal, is an advocate who has fought many battles for the poor in Delhi through the power of Public Interest Litigation (PIL). He helps them without charging a fee. Ashok Agarwal is known for his untiring efforts to make good schooling and health facilities accessible to the poor. His PILs filed through ‘Social Jurist’ – an NGO run by him – have played a significant role in bringing changes in admission irregularities and lack of basic amenities in state-run schools.