Judgment Search Results Home Phrase:indian penal code 45 of 1860 1860 section 294
Court : Chennai
... fair trial.order1. the petitioner is the wife of accused thandayuthapani, facing trial under section 302 of ipc. a case in crime no.154 of 2011 was registered against the husband of the petitioner under sections 294(b), 452, 506(i) and 307 ipc, which was later on converted to section 302 ipc. the case was registered on the statement of deceased suguna on 26.06.2011 ... reads as under:government of maharashtranotificationhome department (special)mantralaya, mumbai 400 032dated: 7-2-2008no. mis 0807/cr 276/part-ii/spl-2. in pursuance of the provisions contained in section 6 of the delhi special police establishment act, 1946, (act 25 of 1946), the government of maharashtra is pleased to accord consent to the exercise of the powers and jurisdiction ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
... 06.08.2010 itself, he lodged a complaint under ex.p1 alleging commission of offence of causing annoyance of others by using obscene language in a public place punishable under section 294 i.p.c, by the respondents herein(a1 to a4) against p.w.2 an offence of wrongful restraint punishable under ... section 341 i.p.c and an offence of causing simple hurt punishable under section 323 i.p.c. however, p.w.6, who received the complaint did not register any first information report and kept it as a petition assigning petition ... prayercriminal revision case filed under sections 397 and 401 of cr.p.c., to call for the records and to set aside the order of acquittal made in s.t.c.no.445 of 2010 by ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
... of 1860) was committed, such death shall be called harassment death. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in section 4, whoever commits harassment death and if the act by which the death ... guilt of the accused. but, as discussed above, their evidence are not sufficient to hold that the accused has committed the crime under section 354 ipc. 13. the learned counsel for the first respondent would submit that in the revision, this court has got limited powers to interfere with ... in the complaint. the complaint would show that the accused disgraced (khdga;fk;) p.w.2. this would not constitute an offence under section 354 ipc. 9. the occurrence is said to have taken place about 15 days anterior to 10.09.2006 and no particulars with regard to the ... but p.w.1 has woefully failed to mention those incidents in her complaint and by no stretch of imagination, a charge under section 354 ipc could be made out and that medical evidence in this case would not come to the aid of the prosecution. 7. the learned ... section 4a of the act goes thus: 4-a. harassment death.-(1) where the death of a woman is caused by bodily injury or occurs otherwise than under normal circumstances and if it is shown that soon before her death, she was subjected to harassment or that in respect of her an offence under section 294, 354 or 509 of the indian penal code (central act xlv ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Reported in : 1957CriLJ1389
... the state government in circumstances constituting the acts of the said mulugu jwala subrahmanyam, an offence punishable inter alia under section 294-a of the indian penal code, 1860 (central act xlv of 1860).2. now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 196 of the code of criminal procedure, 1898, (central act v of 1898), the governor of andhra hereby ... state government in this behalf.5. a complaint authorised by the state government is necessary before a court, can take cognizance of an offence punishable under section 294-a, indian penal code. section 230, criminal procedure codecriminal procedure codecriminal procedure code, provides for the situation when a new charge is framed which requires previous sanction and runs as follows:if the offence stated in ... the lottery was published to be drawn. it winds up by stating that the accused was liable under the second part of section 294-a, indian penal code, for having unauthorisedly published the lottery and under section 420, indian penal code, for having cheated the public.it contains no reference to any office or place kept by the accused either at door no. ... any time to secure and distribute the prize articles numbering about 2,000 mentioned in the published proposals and tickets.in respect of the offence under section 294-a, indian penal code the charge-sheet stated that the accused rendered himself liable for punishment under the second part thereof by having unauthorisedly published a lottery which is not ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : (1928)30BOMLR1426
... lots, and the necessary effect of which is to beget a spirit of speculation and gaming that is often productive of serious evils. the first part of section 294 a refers to keeping an office or place for the purpose of drawing any lottery. the second part refers to a proposal to pay any money etc ... ) 18 l.j. 768, where it was held that the word 'drawing ' is used in the section in its physical sense and the actual drawing of lots is an essential ingredient of the offence provided for in section 294 a, indian penal code. the learned magistrate held : 'there was certainly no drawing of any ticket of cigarettes. the purchaser when ... lot or chance amounted to a lottery.3. the question is whether the act of the accused falls within the second part of section 294 a. the first part of section 294 a refers to keeping any office or place for the purpose of drawing any lottery not authorised by government. the second part of ... section 294 a refers to publishing any proposal to pay any sum on any event or contingency relative to the drawing of any such lot in ... the conviction and sentence and order the fine, if paid, to be refunded.baker, j.9. the accused was convicted under the 2nd paragraph of section 294a of the indian penal code, of publishing a proposal relating to a lottery. the facts are that the accused, who is a dealer in cigarettes, had caused five rupee notes ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : (1970)72BOMLR928a
... , because of the far greater weight of the judgment of the supreme court which is to the contrary.25. our attention was also drawn to the provisions of section 294-a of the indian penal code, which provides that whoever keeps any office or place for the purpose of drawing any lottery not being a state lottery or a lottery authorised by the state government ... was contended that therefore a lottery cannot be considered to be unlawful except to the extent that it is made punishable under section 294-a. in our opinion, this is not a correct appreciation of the provisions of section 294-a of the indian penal code because it would not be correct to say merely from the fact that only a particular activity out of the series ... will not be sold in another state without the express consent of the state government concerned. i am to add that in order to achieve this object an amendment of section 294-a i. p. c. is being undertaken to make sale of ticket?, without the consent of the state government concerned, a penal offence.4. for govt. of rajasthan only. this ... shall be punished as provided in that section. it was pointed out that the indian penal code is an all india legislation. it was pointed out that out of the various activities in connection with the organising and conducting of a lottery only the ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 1984WLN27
... of a gang, habitually commits, or attempts to commit, or abets the commission of, offences, punishable under chapter xvi, chapter xvii or chapter xviii or the indian penal code, 1860 (act xlv of 1860) or under section 290 to 294 of the indian penal code, 1860; or(ii) has been convicted under the suppression of immoral traffic in women and girls act, 1956 (act no. 104 of 1956); or(iii) has been ... given in his application filed by girdharilal. the only allegation having a material bearing is that a criminal case instituted on fir no. 266 dated 22-9-82 under section 379, ipc is pending investigation at police station sadar bikaner. but this alone is not sufficient to vest jurisdiction in the magistrate to proceed under the act for the simple reason ... prior to six months immediately preceding the commencement of the action under section 3. the allegations relating to the commission of offence under section 406 ipc and for some other offences relating to the first information report no. 77 of 1966 could not similarly be taken into consideration as they ... petitioners before 11-5-82, can not be taken into consideration for initiating actions against them under section 3 of the act. the petitioner were convicted for offences under sections 427 and 352, ipc i.e. for offences punishable under chapter xvi and xvii of the indian penal code on 26-11-80. this could not be taken into consideration as the conviction was made ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 2002(2)WLN269
... gang, habitually commits, or attempts to commit, or abets the commission of offence, punishable under chapter xvi or chapter xxii of the indian penal code, 1860 (act xlv of 1860) or under sections 290 to 294 of the indian penal code, 1960; or (ii) has been convicted under the suppression of immoral traffic in women and girls act, 1956 (act no. ... have commenced only when the competent authority has applied his mind for issuing a notice under the goondas act. the words employed in sub-section (1) of section 3 are 'where it appears to the district magistrate. the words used, appeared in sub-clause (i) are of great significance. the ... in relation to a person in this clause means a person, who during a period within six months immediately preceding the commencement of an action under section 3 has been found on not less than three occasions to have committed the offences or acts, as the case may be, referred to in ... of the complaint before the executive magistrate by the superintendent of police. 4. in order to appreciate the controversy, it would be appropriate to read section 2(b) and section 3(1) of the goondas act, which are reproduced as follows:- '2(b) :- 'goonda' means a person who: (i) either ... preferred this appeal on the ground that he has been granted relief only in part. according to him the entire proceedings against him under section 3 of the rajasthan control of goondas act, 1975 (hereinafter referred to as goondas act) being without jurisdiction ought to have been quashed ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kolkata
Reported in : (2008)3CALLT16(HC)
... to suffer rigorous imprisonment for a period of three years. the appellants no. 1 to 13 were also convicted under section 302 read with section 149 of the ipc; under section 436 read with section 149 of the ipc and under section 201 read with section 149 of the ipc. they were sentenced to rigorous for life as also fine of rs. 8000/- each, in default to suffer further ... unlawful assembly is that he was one of the persons constituting the assembly and he entertained along with the other members of the assembly the common object as defined by section 141, ipc. section 142 provides that however, being aware of facts which render any assembly an unlawful assembly, intentionally joins that assembly, or continue in it, is said to be a ... of the period of imprisonment already undergone. all the substantive sentences as awarded by the learned trial court for the offences punishable under section 148 of ipc, under section 302 read with section 149 of ipc and under section 436 read with section 149 of ipc shall run concurrently.57. on failure to comply with the direction as aforesaid, the learned trial court shall take appropriate legal action ... act, if considered with the provisions in section 45 of the evidence act, go to show that the opinion given by the doctor, who held the postmortem examination, can never be substantive evidence in the absence of examination of the doctor who held that opinion. we are of the opinion that in a case covered by section 294(1), crpc the matters which could ...Tag this Judgment!
Court : Madhya Pradesh
Reported in : 2002CriLJ1343; 2001(3)MPHT404
... where this appellant swaminath was posted as sub-inspector. on the basis of the said report, appellant swaminath registered crime no. 57/84 under sections 294 and 506b of the indian penal code against shiv prasad and in breach of the instructions given by his superiors and without informing them, appellant swaminath went to vidisha on 29-1- ... found the allegation levelled by sushila bai to be untrue and accordingly submitted the final report. it is also admitted that a case under sections 294 and 506 of the indian penal code was registered against the deceased shiv prasad bhatnagar at t.t. nagar police station on 28-1-1984 on a report given by accused ... the appellant.34. p.w. 2 constable tej singh and head constable p.w. 15 rajiv lochan have stated in their evidence that at about 5.45 p.m. on 2-2-19s4 one agar singh, a resident of village adampur gave information to the bilkheriya out-post that a dead body in ... appellant sent shiv prasad along with constables moolchand and man singh to bhopal.27. p.w. 5 moolchand had further stated in his evidence that after 45 minutes when he reached the police station t.t. nagar, appellant sent a message that shiv prasad be brought to the court for production and when ... dead body of shiv prasad having handcuffs lying by the side of the road. he informed the police post situated at bilkhariya on the same day at 5.45 p.m, receiving the said information, head constable rajiv lochan (p.w. 15) and constable tej singh (p.w. 2) immediately reached the place ...Tag this Judgment!