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Jan 20 2012 (SC)

Vodafone International Holdings B.V. Vs. Union of India and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... of the entire share capital of cgp which it held through htihl (bvi) for vih. further, htil also agreed to procure the assignment of loans owed by cgp and array holdings limited [array for short] (a 100% subsidiary of cgp) to hti (bvi) finance ltd. (a direct subsidiary of htil). as part of its obligations, htil undertook to procure that ..... hel, resulting in holding of 2.34% interest in the indian company hel. htil could, therefore, exercise its control over hel, through the voting rights of its indirect subsidiary array (mauritius) which in turn controlled 42% shares through mauritian subsidiaries in hel. mauritian subsidiaries controlled 42% voting rights in hel and htil could not however exercise voting rights as stated ..... which htil could make best use of its investments and exercise control over and strategically influence the affairs of hel. htil in its commercial wisdom noticed the disadvantage of preferring array, which would have created problems for htil. hutchison teleservices (india) mauritius had a subsidiary, namely 3gspl which carried on the call centre business in india and the transfer ..... subsidiaries. the said report evidences that at the negotiation stage, parties had in mind the transfer of an upstream company rather than the transfer of hel directly. the transfer of array had the advantage of transferring control over the entire shareholding held by downstream mauritius companies (tier i companies), other than gspl. on the other hand, the advantage of transferring .....

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Feb 02 2015 (HC)

Mother Dairy Fruit and Vegetable Private Limited Vs. Hatim Ali and An ...

Court : Delhi

..... board of directors of cgp but of course, vodafone could appoint or remove members of the board of directors of cgp. on acquisition of cgp from htil, array became an indirect subsidiary of vodafone. array is also a separate legal entity managed by its own board of directors. 355. share of cgp situates in the cayman islands and that of ..... , array, may exercise control over the subsidiaries, whether a wos or otherwise by influencing the voting rights, nomination of members of the ..... array in mauritius. mauritian entities which hold 42% shares in hel became the direct and indirect subsidiaries of array, on vodafone purchasing the cgp share. voting rights, controlling rights, right to manage, etc., of mauritian companies vested in ..... those companies. htil has never sold nor has vodafone purchased any shares of either array or the mauritian subsidiaries, but only cgp, the share of which situates in the cayman islands....... 357. mauritian entities being a wos of array, array as a holding company can influence the shareholders of various mauritian companies. holding companies like cgp .....

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Feb 02 2015 (HC)

Mother Dairy Fruit and Vegetable Private Limited Vs. Aseem Takyar

Court : Delhi

..... board of directors of cgp but of course, vodafone could appoint or remove members of the board of directors of cgp. on acquisition of cgp from htil, array became an indirect subsidiary of vodafone. array is also a separate legal entity managed by its own board of directors. 355. share of cgp situates in the cayman islands and that of ..... , array, may exercise control over the subsidiaries, whether a wos or otherwise by influencing the voting rights, nomination of members of the ..... array in mauritius. mauritian entities which hold 42% shares in hel became the direct and indirect subsidiaries of array, on vodafone purchasing the cgp share. voting rights, controlling rights, right to manage, etc., of mauritian companies vested in ..... those companies. htil has never sold nor has vodafone purchased any shares of either array or the mauritian subsidiaries, but only cgp, the share of which situates in the cayman islands....... 357. mauritian entities being a wos of array, array as a holding company can influence the shareholders of various mauritian companies. holding companies like cgp .....

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Nov 02 1993 (HC)

Sri Kotla Vijayabhaskara Reddy and ors. Vs. Smt. Renuka Choudary

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1993(3)ALT568

..... decision in jyothi basu's case (17 supra) immaneni panduranga rao, j., allowed the said application and directed deletion of the name of the chief election commission from the array of parties in the election petition.114. sri s. ramachandra rao, learned counsel appearing for the election petitioner contended, relying upon the provision of section 87 of 'the act ..... requested that the names of the respective respondents for whom they are appearing should be struck off from the array of parties.107. sri s. ramachandra rao, learned counsel appearing for the election petitioner strenuously contended that specific allegations of corrupt practice have been levelled against the respondents 9 ..... reddy, learned standing counsel for central government, filed application no. 531 of 1993 for a similar relief viz., to strike out the name of the ninth respondent from the array of parties. the other counsel though did not file independent applications, adopted the arguments of learned counsel m/s. c. padmanabha reddy, innayya reddy and learned advocate general and ..... innayya reddy, learned standing counsel for central government, respectively seeking to strike out the names of their clients viz., respondents 10 to 12,15 and 9th respondent from the array of parties on the ground that they are not at all necessary parties to the election petition. sri k. venkatramaiah appearing for 14th respondent, sri pradyumna kumar reddy, appearing .....

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Feb 09 1999 (HC)

Murali Alias Muraleedharan Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Reported in : 1999CriLJ1670

..... up the case against the petitioner, refiling the same and directing the petitioner to stand trial separately from the other accused already in the party array, is perfectly justified and cannot be characterised as illegal or improper.17. on the basis of what is stated above i find the impugned ..... it that such person appears to have committed any offence for which he should be tried along with the other accused already in the party array. the evidence contemplated under section 319(1) includes documentary and oral evidence adduced before the court as well as the materials collected during the ..... , therefore, if the prosecution can at any stage produce evidence which satisfied the court that the other accused or those who have not been arrayed as accused against whom proceedings have been quashed have also committed the offence the court can take cognizance against them and try them along with the ..... the cr. p.c.4. several contentions are raised by the petitioner against the validity and sustainability of the order passed by the learned magistrate arraying him as 5th accused in this case. the first contention raised is that though the learned magistrate is bound to add the accused under section ..... in that f.i.r. registered by the pandelam police on the basis of the f.i. statement lodged by one medanan the petitioner was arrayed as 1st accused, after investigation charge is laid by the investigating officer only against four accused persons excluding the petitioner herein.3. after the evidence .....

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Dec 31 1969 (HC)

Khushalo Vs. Muhammad HusaIn and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (1888)ILR10All223

..... . indeed, those difficulties and inconveniences increase, and have the effect of prolonging litigation, when attempts are made to adjudicate upon the rights of parties arrayed on the same side, whether in a court of first instance or a court of appeal.65. opposed to the view of the law which i ..... section 367 of the code are not applicable because the defendants-appellants are alive, and being dealt with as plaintiffs for the purposes of the array of parties, no dispute has arisen as to who is the proper legal representative. and what we have to consider is whether musammat khushalo has ..... word 'suit' an appeal.'46. in this view of the matter, the points before us become very simple, because, for the purposes of the array of the parties, section 582 read with section 587 of the civil procedure code renders the provisions of chapter xxi of the code relating to incidental proceedings arising from ..... with profound respect for the rulings which i have cited; and with equally profound respect i may observe that the whole difficulty in connection with the array of parties has arisen out of a misapprehension of the juristic principles upon which our code of civil procedure is based. a due consultation of ..... of one and the same question and require consideration of the same portions of the civil procedure code. that question is, whether, for the purposes of the array of the parties incident upon the death of either of the parties to an appeal, the provisions of section 582 are such as require us to .....

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Jan 12 2009 (HC)

Bamakanta Behera @ Sahu and anr. and Sri Sukadev Sahu and anr. Vs. Sta ...

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2009(I)OLR864

..... foremost considerations for exercise of the jurisdiction under section 319 of the cr.p.c. is existence of reasonable prospect of conviction of the newly arrayed accused persons. the power should not be exercised mechanically on the ground that some evidence has come on record against the person who is not ..... has to be some 'evidence' adduced before the court to indicate complicity of person who is not facing trial. there is no scope to array a person as accused in a trial unless incriminating circumstance appears against him in the evidence. that does not mean that whenever there is evidence ..... not figure as an accused. sub-section (1) of section 319 of the cr.p.c. which confers jurisdiction to proceed in a trial against newly arrayed person reads:power to proceed against other persons appearing to be guilty of offence. - (1) where, in the course of any inquiry into, or ..... against the petitioners implicating them with the commission of alleged offences in an omnibus manner. such allegations should not have been made the basis for arraying the petitioners as accused persons without taking into consideration the other materials on record including the deceased's dying declarations. the learned court below should ..... .p.c. by the learned additional sessions judge (fast track court-ii), bhadrak in s.t. case no. 22/156 of 2006/2004 arraying the four petitioners as accused persons and summoning them to face trial along with the two accused persons who were facing trial before him for alleged .....

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May 07 2007 (SC)

Y. Saraba Reddy Vs. Puthur Rami Reddy and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : JT2007(6)SC460; 2007(4)KLT362(SC); 2007(II)OLR(SC)394; RLW2007(3)SC2599; 2007(6)SCALE555; (2007)4SCC773

..... other accused persons, if the court is satisfied at any stage of the proceedings on the evidence adduced that the persons who have not been arrayed as accused should face the trial. it is further evident that such person even though had initially been named in the f.i.r. as ..... circumstances, therefore, if the prosecution can at any stage produce evidence which satisfies the court that the other accused or those who have not been arrayed as accused against whom proceedings have been quashed have also committed the offence the court can take cognizance against them and try them along with the ..... about the substance in the plea of accused about their non-involvement directed the omission of their names. though their names were deleted from the array of accused their names were found in the fir and statement of witnesses. assailing the same, firstly the state filed crl.r.c. no. ..... 7.2004. thereafter, a petition in terms of section 319 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (in short the 'code') was tiled for arraying the present respondents as accused. the learned sessions judge dismissed the petition by order, giving a somewhat conclusive finding that the present respondents have not participated ..... matter investigated by the deputy superintendent of police, guntakal and on the basis of his report, names of the present respondents were deleted from the array of accused. they were not included in the charge sheet filed on 07.11.1997. thereafter, the case was committed to sessions court on 10 .....

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Aug 04 2000 (HC)

Sandeep Sharma Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2000CriLJ4448; 2000(56)DRJ715

..... to have exercised its powers under ection 319 of the code which necessitates wasting of evidence already collected by the trial court thus far against the arrayed accused. hence the order of the trial court exercising its powers under section 319 of the code has to be interfered with to enable the ..... while considering whether prosecution can produce evidence to satisfy the court that other accused against whom roceedings have been quashed or those who have not been arrayed as accused, have also committed an offence in order to enable the court to take cognizance against them and try them along with the other accused ..... receipts and other material both documentary and oral. it was on this investigation that the challan presented before the court did not array the petitioner as an accused but, however, arrayed salauddin and nuruddin. the trial proceeded on that basis but the court felt that the petitioner herein ought to have been ..... satisfaction from the evidence already collected; firstly that the person sought to be arrayed as an accused has committed the offence and secondly that for such offence the newly arrayed accused could as well be tried along with the already arrayed accused. but even this power conferred on the court is only a discretion ..... arrayed as an accused and, thereforee, joined the petitioner as an accused. this order of joining the petitioner as a co-accused .....

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Jun 03 2002 (HC)

Shankar Sundaram Vs. Amalgamations Ltd., Chennai,

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2002]111CompCas252(Mad)

..... consider the ambit, nature, object and seriousness of the allegations made by the company petitioner in the petition. however, the company law board by deleting the subsidiary companies from the array of party/respondents has foreclosed the just determination of the allegations made by the petitioner in the company petition.34. mr. anil b.divan, learned senior counsel also referred to ..... threshold to hold that the affairs of the holding company does not include the affairs of the subsidiary companies and ordering deletion of the names of subsidiary companies from the array of parties in the company petition.21. mr. anil b.divan, learned senior counsel submitted that the the decision of the allahabad high court in life insurance corporation of ..... relief against the subsidiary companies and the order of the company law board upholding the preliminary objection of the first respondent and deleting the names of subsidiary companies from the array of parties and its directors in the company petition are not sustainable in law.9. mr. anil b.divan, learned senior counsel, followed by mr. s.ganesh, learned senior counsel ..... raised, the order of the company law board directing deletion of the subsidiary companies is illegal per se. his submission is that by the deletion of subsidiary companies from the array of parties in the company petition, the company law board has rejected the reliefs sought for by the appellant even before adjudication. he referred to the shareholding pattern of the .....

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