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Sikh News Punjab & Haryana HC gets first woman judge (Indian Express via Yahoo! India News)

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    Early next week, when Punjab and Haryana High Court senior advocate Daya Chaudhary takes oath as an additional judge of the High Court, she will make history in two states notorious for their poor sex ratio. In its history of over 88 years-the High Court was established on March 31, 1919 at Lahore with jurisdiction over the pre-Partition Punjab and Delhi-no woman lawyer's name was ever ...

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