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Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India is an authority, established by the Constitution
of India underChapter V, who audits all receipts and expenditure of the Government of India and
the state governments, including those of bodies and authorities substantially financed by the
government.

List of Comptroller and Auditors General of India
No.

CAG

Year

Year tenure ended

1

V. Narahari Rao

1948

1954

2

A. K. Chanda

1954

1960

3

A. K. Roy

1960

1966

4

S. Ranganathan

1966

1972

5

A. Bakshi

1972

1978

6

Gian Prakash

1978

1984

7

T. N. Chaturvedi

1984

1990

8

C. G. Somiah

1990

1996

9

V. K. Shunglu

1996

2002

10 VN Kaul

2002

2008

11 Vinod Rai

2008

2013

12 Shashi Kant Sharma 2013

Incumbent (6 years
tenure or 65 years of
age, whichever is
earlier]

Kathir Mozhi

July 1985).[1]While H. Dattu who was appointed as Chief Justice of India on 28. J. List of Chief Justices Number Name Period of office Length of term (days) Bar 1 H. V. Kania is the inaugural CJI. Patanjali Sastri 7 November 1951 3 January 1954 788 Madras High Court 3 Mehr Chand Mahajan 4 January 1954 22 December 1954 352 East Punjab High Court 4 Bijan Kumar Mukherjea 23 December 1954 31 January 1956‡‡ 404 Calcutta High Court 5 Sudhi Ranjan Das 1 February 1956 30 September 1959 1337 Calcutta High Court 6 Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Sinha 1 October 1959 31 January 1964 1583 Patna High Court 7 P. J.2014. the current incumbent is H. Chandrachud is the longest serving Chief Justice (February 1978 . Kania 26 January 1950 6 November 1951‡ 649 Bombay High Court 2 M. 42 people have served as the Chief Justice of India (CJI). B.09.List of Chief Justices of India Since the birth of the Republic of India on 26 January 1950. L. Gajendragadkar 1 February 1964 15 March 1966 773 Bombay High Court 8 Amal Kumar Sarkar 16 March 1966 29 June 1966 105 Calcutta High Court 9 Koka Subba Rao 30 June 1966 11 April 1967‡‡ 285 Madras High Court 10 Kailas Nath Wanchoo 12 April 1967 24 February 1968 318 Allahabad High Court 11 Mohammad Hidayatullah[2] 25 February 1968 16 December 1970 1025 Bombay High Court 12 Jayantilal Chhotalal Shah 17 December 1970 21 January 1971 35 Bombay High Court 13 Sarv Mittra Sikri 22 Jan 1971 25 April 824 Lahore High Appointed by Rajendra Prasad Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Zakir Hussain Varahagiri Venkata Giri Kathir Mozhi . Justice Y.

Number Name Period of office Length of term (days) 1973 Bar Appointed by Court 14 Ajit Nath Ray 26 April 1973 27 January 1977 1372 Calcutta High Court 15 Mirza Hameedullah Beg 28 January 1977 21 February 1978 389 Allahabad High Court Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed 16 Yeshwant Vishnu Chandrachud 22 February 11 July 1985 1978 2696 Bombay High Court Neelam Sanjiva Reddy 17 Prafullachandra Natwarlal Bhagwati 12 July 1985 20 December 1986 526 Gujarat High Court 18 Raghunandan Swarup Pathak 21 December 1986 18 June 1989‡‡ 940 Allahabad High Court 19 Engalaguppe Seetharamiah Venkataramiah 19 June 1989 17 December 1989 181 Karnataka High Court 20 Sabyasachi Mukharji 18 December 1989 25 September 1990‡ 281 Calcutta High Court 21 Ranganath Misra 26 September 1990 24 November 1991 424 Orissa High Court 22 Kamal Narain Singh 25 November 1991 12 December 1991 17 Allahabad High Court 23 Madhukar Hiralal Kania 13 December 1991 17 November 1992 340 Bombay High Court 24 Lalit Mohan Sharma 18 November 1992 11 February 1993 85 Patna High Court 25 Manepalli Narayana Rao Venkatachaliah 12 February 1993 24 October 1994 619 Karnataka High Court 26 Aziz Mushabber Ahmadi 25 October 1994 24 March 1997 881 Gujarat High Court 27 Jagdish Sharan Verma 25 March 1997 17 January 1998 298 Madhya Pradesh High Court 28 Madan Mohan Punchhi 18 January 1998 9 October 1998 264 Punjab and Haryana High Giani Zail Singh Ramaswamy Venkataraman Shankar Dayal Sharma Kocheril Raman Narayanan Kathir Mozhi .

Khare 19 Dec 2002 2 May 2004 500 Allahabad High Court 34 S. H. Kapadia 12 May 2010 28 Sep 2012 870 Bombay High Court 39 Altamas Kabir 29 September 2012 18 July 2013 292 Calcutta High Court 40 P. J. Rajendra Babu 2 May 2004 1 June 2004 30 Karnataka High Court 35 Ramesh Chandra Lahoti 1 June 2004 1 November 2005 518 Madhya Pradesh High Court 36 Yogesh Kumar Sabharwal 1 November 2005 13 January 2007 438 Delhi High Court 37 K.Number Name Period of office Length of term (days) Bar Appointed by Court 11 January 2001 824 Jammu and Kashmir High Court 29 Adarsh Sein Anand 10 October 1998 30 Sam Piroj Bharucha 11 January 2001 6 May 2002 480 Bombay High Court 31 Bhupinder Nath Kirpal 6 May 2002 8 November 2002 186 Delhi High Court 32 Gopal Ballav Pattanaik 8 November 2002 19 December 2002 41 Orissa High Court 33 V. Sathasivam 19 July 2013 26 April 2014 281 Madras High Court 153 41 Rajendra Mal Lodha 27 April 2014 27 September 2014 42 H. P. L. Abdul Kalam Pratibha Patil Pranab Mukherjee Karnataka High Court Kathir Mozhi . N. G. Dattu 28 September 2014 Incumbent Rajasthan High Court A. Balakrishnan 13 January 11 May 2010 2007 1214 Kerala High Court 38 S.

Chief Election Commissioner of India The Chief Election Commissioner heads the Election Commission of India. Swaminathan 7 February 1973 17 June 1977 6 S. Ramadevi 26 November 1990 11 December 1990 Kathir Mozhi . V. S. S. K. L. Trivedi 18 June 1982 31 December 1985 8 R. Chief Election Commissioner of India is usually a member of the Indian Civil Service and mostly from the Indian Administrative Servic Chief Election Commissioners[edit] The following have held the post of the Chief Election Commissioner of India. Shakdhar 18 June 1977 17 June 1982 7 R. Peri Sastri 1 January 1986 25 November 1990 9 V. Sen Verma 1 October 1967 30 September 1972 4 Nagendra Singh 1 October 1972 6 February 1973 5 T. a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair elections to the national and state legislatures. P. List of Chief Election Commissioners Name 1 Sukumar Sen Took Office 21 March 1950 Left Office 19 December 1958 2 Kalyan Sundaram 20 December 1958 30 September 1967 3 S.

Krishnamurthy 12 December 1990 11 December 1996 14 B. Sampath 10 June 2012 incumbent Kathir Mozhi . Tandon 16 May 2005 29 June 2006 15 N. N. S. S.List of Chief Election Commissioners Name Took Office Left Office 10 T. Y. Quraishi 30 July 2010 10 June 2012 18 V. Lyngdoh 14 June 2001 7 February 2004 8 February 2004 15 May 2005 13 T. M. S. Gill 12 December 1996 13 June 2001 12 J. Gopalaswami 30 June 2006 20 April 2009 16 Navin Chawla 21 April 2009 29 July 2010 17 S. Seshan 11 M. B.

Setalvad 28 January 1950 – 1 March 1963 Jawaharlal Nehru C. Ramaswamy 3 December 1990 – 23 November 1992 Chandra Shekhar. Sinha 9 August 1979 – 8 August 1983 Indira Gandhi K.Attorneys General for India The Attorney General for India is the Indian government's chief legal advisor.K. Parasaran 9 August 1983 – 8 December 1989 Indira Gandhi. P. D. and its primary lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. Banerji 21 November 1992 – 8 July 1996 P. Lal Bahadur Shastri Niren De 1 November 1968 – 31 March 1977 Indira Gandhi S. C. Banerji 5 June 2004 – 7 June 2009 Manmohan Singh Goolam Essaji Vahanvati 8 June 2009 – 11 June 2014 Manmohan Singh Mukul Rohatgi 12 June 2014 – 11 June 2017 (Incumbent) Narendra Damodardas Modi     Kathir Mozhi . Devegowda. He is appointed by the President of India under Article 76(1) of the Constitution and holds office during the pleasure of the President. Narasimha Rao Milon K. P. Inder Kumar Gujral Soli Sorabjee 7 April 1998 – 4 June 2004 Atal Bihari Vajpayee Milon K.N. Narasimha Rao Ashok Desai 9 July 1996 – 6 April 1998 H.V. Chandra Shekhar G. Singh. List of Attorneys General for India The Attorneys General for India since independence are listed below: [12] Attorney General Term Incumbent Prime Minister M. Gupte 1 April 1977 – 8 August 1979 Morarji Desai L. He must be a person qualified to be appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court. Rajiv Gandhi Soli Sorabjee 9 December 1989 – 2 December 1990 V. V. V.Daphtary 2 March 1963 – 30 October 1968 Jawaharlal Nehru.

Narashimman  (additional charge)  Tripura: Padmanabha Acharya(additional charge)  Uttar Pradesh: Ram Naik                          Kathir Mozhi . Jamir Punjab: Shivraj Patil Rajasthan: Kalyan Singh Sikkim: Shriniwas Dadasaheb Patil Tamil Nadu: Konijeti Rosaiah  TelennganaESL. L. Governors of states of India    Andhra Pradesh: E. Vidyasagar Rao Manipur: Krishan Kant Paul (additional charge) Meghalaya: Krishan Kant Paul Mizoram: Krishan Kant Paul (additional charge) Nagaland: Padmanabha Acharya Odisha: S. Y. Sathasivam Madhya Pradesh: Ram Naresh Yadav Maharashtra: C. Narasimhan Arunachal Pradesh: Nirbhay Sharma Assam: Janaki Ballabh Patnaik Bihar: D. Patil Chhattisgarh: Balram Das Tandon Goa: Mridula Sinha Gujarat: Om Prakash Kohli Haryana: Kaptan Singh Solanki Himachal Pradesh: Urmila Singh Jammu and Kashmir:Narinder Nath Vohra Jharkhand: Syed Ahmed Karnataka: Vajubhai Vala Kerala: P. S. C.

K. Uttarakhand: Aziz Qureshi  West Bengal: Keshari Nath Tripathi  Andaman and Nicobar: A. Rajesh Prasad  Puducherry: A. Singh(additional charge)  Kathir Mozhi . K. Singh  Chandigarh: Shivraj Patil  Dadra and Nagar Haveli:Ashish Kundra  Daman and Diu: Ashish Kundra  Delhi: Najeeb Jung  Lakshadweep: H.