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Jun 03 2011 (HC)

Suresh Kumar Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-03-2011

..... in case of arrest of the petitioner for offences under section 435, 436, 147, 151 ipc and section 3 of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (prevention of atrocities) act, 1989, registered with police station, paonta sahib, district sirmaur. 2. the allegations are that an fir against one sumeet bhardwaj, who has been involved in murdering three persons, was lodged with the ..... government hospital, paonta sahib. at this stage, only mob violence concerning the involvement of the petitioner would be the material collected by the police in the investigation which is at the initial stage. the incident is one of rioting mob violence and communal clashes in which the petitioner herein is said to be involved ..... police station at paonta sahib. one of the deceased is said to be in relation of the petitioner and he accompanied the family members to get the dead bodies from the .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

Chuni Lal Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... 468 ipc; (e) seven years simple imprisonment and fine of rs.10,000/- for offence, under section 13(2) of prevention of corruption act. 2. a report, under section 173 cr. p.c. was filed by the police against the present appellant and one joginder kumar. the appellant had been working as range officer, tissa during the years 1989 and 1990. joginder ..... .2007, rendered by special judge, chamba, whereby he has been convicted of offences, under sections 409, 420, 467, 468, 120-b ipc and section 13(2) of prevention of corruption act and sentenced as follows:- (a) ten years simple imprisonment and fine of rs.10,000/- for offence, under section 409 ipc; (b) seven years simple imprisonment and fine of rs .....

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Aug 30 2011 (HC)

Bhandaru Ram (Deceased) Through His Lr Rattan Lal Vs. Sukh Ram and Oth ...

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-30-2011

..... due and may be exercised at any time thereafter, subject of course to the law of limitation... 14. in m/s morvi industries ltd. vrs commissioner of income tax (central) calcutta, reported in (1972) 4 scc 451, at paragraph 11, the supreme court has interpreted the expression accrue to mean to fall due. to quote: .the dictionary meaning of ..... a limitation of 60 years for a suit against a mortgagee, to redeem or to recover possession of immovable property mortgaged. the corresponding provision in the limitation act, 1963 (new act or limitation act for short), is article 61 (a) which provides that the period of limitation for a suit by a mortgagor to redeem or recover possession of the immovable ..... to quote: .if the deed gives time for redemption or adjustment of the rent or profits and liabilities in terms of the contract read with the relevant provisions of the act stood discharged, the limitation for redemption would run from the date fixed in the mortgage deed. otherwise, there is no limitation for redemption of usufructuary mortgage. the usufructuary mortgagor ..... money secured by the mortgage becomes due.(b) for possession of immovable property mortgaged.twelve yearswhen the mortgagee becomes entitled to possession.7. chapter iv of the transfer of property act, 1882, deals with the mortgages of immovable property and charges. section 58 (d) deals with usufructuary mortgage, which reads as follows: (d) usufructuary mortgage.- where the mortgagor delivers .....

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Jun 13 2011 (HC)

Smt. Padma Devi and Another Vs. Smt. Soma Devi

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-13-2011

..... several decisions cited by the learned counsel for the appellants and also in the division bench of the high court of calcutta in earnest bento souza v. johan francis souza and ors., air 1958 calcutta 440, and of the orissa high court in kotni r.n. subudhi v. v.r.l. murthy raju, ..... and date on document under section 59 and then certified under section 50. a presumption by reference to section 114 (illustration (e)) of the evidence act shall arise to the effect that the events contained in the endorsement of registration, were regularly and duly performed and are correctly recorded. none of the ..... such representative, assign or agent;(3) the signature and addition of every person examined in reference to such document under any of the provisions of this act, and(4) any payment of money or delivery of goods made in the presence of the registering officer, in reference to the execution of the ..... signature on the original cannot be proved by production of a certified copy. nor can the courts raise any presumption under section 90 of the evidence act in that regard- see harihar prasad singh and another vs. mst. of munshi nath prasad and others. the high court and the 1st appellate court ..... the registering officer, and shall then be admissible for the purpose of proving that the document has been duty registered in manner provided by this act, and that the facts mentioned in the endorsements referred to in section 59 have occurred as therein mentioned.sh.gupta has placed reliance on the .....

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Mar 01 2011 (HC)

State of H.P. Vs. Krishan Chand.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-01-2011

..... /-. ten currency notes of the denomination of `50/- each were made available by pw-12 sunder singh to pw-9 amar nath, deputy superintendent of police. those currency notes were treated with phenolphthalein powder and returned to pw-12 sunder singh, with a direction not to fiddle with them and to hand them ..... of his pants by the respondent himself, but pw-2 shiv lal saini says that currency notes were recovered from the pocket of the pants by the police people, after the respondent had been made to change the pants. the contradiction renders the recovery of currency notes highly doubtful. 12. also, there is ..... finding that a prima facie case was there, learned special judge, charged the respondent with offences, under sections 7 and 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, and on his pleading not guilty proceeded to try him. 8. prosecution examined complainant sunder singh as pw-12, hira singh, shadow witness, as pw ..... over to the respondent, on demand. pw-4 hira singh was asked to act as shadow witness. 5. it was demonstrated to pw-12 sunder singh and pw-4 hira singh how solution of phenolphthalein powder, in water, turned pink ..... chand, by learned special judge, vide judgment dated 4 th january, 2006, in a case, under sections 7 and 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. 3. respondent was employed as a clerk in the office of regional transport officer, kullu, in the year 2003. he had been assigned the work .....

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May 30 2011 (HC)

United India Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Nisha Rani and ors.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : May-30-2011

..... what i find is that it had an opportunity to lead evidence having been granted permission on the application under section 170 of the motor vehicles act as preferred by it, no evidence has been summoned or examined rather, the evidence has been closed only by tendering the insurance policy. i do ..... 36. though, section 163-a does not, in terms apply to the cases in which claim for compensation is filed under section 166 of the act, in the absence of any other definite criteria for determination of compensation payable to the dependents of a non-earning housewife/mother, it would be reasonable ..... these circumstances, a prayer was made for contesting the petition on all grounds as available to the insurance company under section 170 of the motor vehicles act. 6. i must express my displeasure at the way in which the case has been handled in the court below. a number of adjournments have ..... sought permission to contest the case and preferred an application under section 170 of the act. the averments were that the owner and driver of the truck and driver of the taxi involved in the accident have been proceeded ex-parte ..... license which was settled as issue no.4 before the learned tribunal, the court holds that though permission under section 170 of the motor vehicles act was granted to the insurance company to substantiate its defence, yet no evidence was produced on the record of the case. respondent national insurance company .....

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Aug 30 2011 (HC)

Bhandaru Ram (Deceased) Through His Lr, Rattan Lal Vs. Sukh Ram and Ot ...

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-30-2011

..... has become due and may be exercised at any time thereafter, subject of course to the law of limitation.. 14. in morvi industries ltd. v. commissioner of income tax (central) calcutta, 1972 (9) scc 451, at paragraph 11, the supreme court has interpreted the expression accrue to mean to fall due. to quote: ..the dictionary meaning of the word accrue ..... a limitation of 60 years for a suit against a mortgagee, to redeem or to recover possession of immovable property mortgaged. the corresponding provision in the limitation act, 1963 (new act or limitation act for short), is article 61 (a) which provides that the period of limitation for a suit by a mortgagor to redeem or recover possession of the immovable ..... to quote: ..if the deed gives time for redemption or adjustment of the rent or profits and liabilities in terms of the contract read with the relevant provisions of the act stood discharged, the limitation for redemption would run from the date fixed in the mortgage deed. otherwise, there is no limitation for redemption of usufructuary mortgage. the usufructuary mortgagor ..... money secured by the mortgage becomes due.(b) for possession of immovable property mortgaged.twelve yearswhen the mortgagee becomes entitled to possession.7. chapter iv of the transfer of property act, 1882, deals with the mortgages of immovable property and charges. section 58(d) deals with usufructuary mortgage, which reads as follows: (d) usufructuary mortgage.-where the mortgagor delivers .....

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May 03 2011 (HC)

State of Himachal Pradesh Vs. Sudershan Kumar and ors.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : May-03-2011

..... court has believed the defence version. it has also observed that prosecutions case is not proved beyond reasonable doubt. it has been observed that police party should have waited for the unloading of the truck and that from the fact that the truck was not actually taken to the premises of ..... 409, 218 of the indian penal code and section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. respondents-convicts be produced, in person, in the court on 30 th may, 2011, for being heard on the quantum of sentence. non-bailable ..... i are convicted of offences, under sections 120-b, 409, 218 of the indian penal code and section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. the other two respondents ramesh chand ii and pawan kumar sahni are convicted of offence of conspiracy only, under section 120-b, read with sections ..... and ramesh chand i with offences, under sections 120-b, 408, 218 of the indian penal code, and section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. the other two respondents were charged with offences, under sections 120-b and 420 of the indian penal code. 8. prosecution examined 17 witnesses, besides ..... who were tried for offences, under sections 120-b, 409, 218 & 420 of the indian penal code, and section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, have been acquitted. 2. respondent sudershan kumar was working as incharge of h.p. state civil supplies corporation, chambaghat, a suburb of solan town, .....

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Jun 01 2011 (HC)

Manjeet Singh Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-01-2011

..... the nude film, the appellant exploited both the prosecutrixes sexually. (v) when there was a rumour about the nude film of the prosecutrixes, the police got a secret information and contacted pw1-prosecutrix. she got recorded her statement ext.pw1/a on 18.11.2008 involving the appellant and his ..... others. on this, she boarded the car and was taken to a house located within paonta-sahib town, where he attempted to commit wrongful act, but she resisted but again appellant threatened her in the same manner, but he did not commit any sexual intercourse with her. 10. on ..... place. she categorically stated that the appellant removed their clothes and shot their films on his mobile phone. he also tried to commit wrong act with her, but she protested, thus she was let off. she further stated that pw2 stated that she would have to obey the command ..... advocate general supported the impugned judgment of conviction and sentence passed by the learned trial court. he however submitted that section 67 of the information technology act, provides three year sentence for the first conviction and not four years, therefore, it may be adequately modified. 9. to appreciate the respective ..... appellant, therefore, other offences charged are not proved. he also ventilated that the sentence passed on the appellant under section 67 of the information technology act, 2000 is more than prescribed, therefore, the impugned judgment of conviction and sentence passed against the appellant deserves to be set-aside. 8. on .....

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Apr 21 2011 (HC)

Rajeev Kumar Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh and ors.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-21-2011

..... 2003 was also dismissed by the director general of police, himachal pradesh. 2. mr. p.c. sharma, learned counsel for the petitioner has strenuously argued that there is violation of the principles of natural ..... the parties and gone through the pleadings and records carefully. 5. the petitioner was posted on a very sensitive duty of guarding the magazine in police lines, solan. he was found absent between 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. it is in these circumstances that regular inquiry was instituted ..... authority imposed the penalty of removal from service upon the petitioner on 24th august, 2002. he preferred an appeal before the deputy inspector general of police, southern range, which was rejected by him on 13th march, 2003. the revision preferred by the petitioner against the appellate order dated 13th march, ..... a habitual absentee. he in his explanation, in answer to the charge-sheet pleaded guilty admitting the charges. in terms of section 58 of the evidence act, charges having been admitted were not required to be proved. it was on the premise that the enquiry proceeding was closed. before the enquiry officer, ..... inquiry need not be held. their lordships of the honble supreme court have further held that in terms of section 58 of the evidence act, charges having been admitted were not required to be proved. their lordships of the apex court have further held that the jurisdiction of the high .....

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