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Harish Salve's Third Wedding: A Star-Studded Affair in the Legal Luminary's Life

Harish Salve, the former Solicitor General of India, recently celebrated his third wedding in a lavish ceremony, Entered In Third Marriage with Trina

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 This momentous occasion comes after his previous marriages, including a 38-year union with Meenakshi before their divorce in June 2020 and his 2020 marriage to Caroline Brossard. 

The wedding was a star-studded affair with close friends and family in attendance

 including prominent personalities like Nita Ambani, Lalit Modi, and Ujjwala Raut. Harish Salve, 

a renowned advocate practicing at the Supreme Court, has left an indelible mark in the legal world, 

particularly for his involvement in high-profile cases. One remarkable case was his representation of Kulbhushan Jadhav, who faced a death sentence from a Pakistani military court on espionage charges. Salve's exceptional gesture of charging a nominal fee of ₹1 for Jadhav's defense earned him widespread recognition and praise. 

 Salve's clientele includes industry giants

 such as Tata Group, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries, and ITC Group. He has also played a pivotal role in significant legal battles, including the Krishna Godavari Basin gas dispute against Anil Ambani's Reliance Natural Resources Ltd. Salve gained prominence by arguing India's first anti-dumping case in the Supreme Court. In 2015,

 he successfully handled the high-profile Salman Khan hit-and-run case

 from 2002, ultimately securing Khan's acquittal from all charges following a landmark Bombay High Court decision in December 2015.

 Harish Salve's illustrious legal career

 includes serving as the Solicitor General of India from November 1999 to November 2002. In January, he achieved the prestigious appointment as the Queen's Counsel for the courts of Wales and England. Renowned as one of India's most sought-after lawyers, Salve pursued his LL.B. at Nagpur University and earned the title of senior advocate at the Delhi High Court in 1992 before his distinguished tenure as the Solicitor General of India. In 2013, he was honored with a call to Blackstone Chambers and an appointment to the English Bar.

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