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Apr 11 2011 (HC)

Rajendra Patil and Others. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Apr-11-2011

..... to verify the facts that the alleged sellers are genuine and their photographs are also affixed in the registered sale deed . he further submits that the police failed to locate the actual culprits whose photographs are affixed in the registered sale deed who had cheated the complainant as well as the petitioners. he further ..... him that not only his land but also lands belonging to his family members of various khasras about 26.50 hectares land has been sold. on this report police kotwali seoni registered crime no.389/2010 and lodged fir for the offence punishable u/s 420, 467, 468, 469, 471, 120-b/34 of ..... filed by the petitioners to invoke the extra ordinary powers of this court to quash first information report ( fir) in connection with crime no.389/2010 registered at police station- kotwali seoni, district- seoni for alleged offence under sections 420, 467, 468, 469, 471, 120-b/34 of ipc and also the subsequent proceedings. ..... p.l.j. short note (18) at page 11 wherein it has been said that bonafide purchaser is a good witness. the prosecution has duty to act carefully and not to side with one party or the other. it is abuse of process of the court of magistrate as it amounted to negative the ..... complainant laxman singh sirvaiya by registered sale-deed in the month of february 2010.(3) in brief, the case of the police is that one laxman singh sirvaiya lodged a report at police station kotwali seoni, district seoni on 19.7.2010 (16.7.2010) that he is owner and in possession of whole .....

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Jan 06 2011 (HC)

Sujan Singh, S/O Anrat Singh. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Jan-06-2011

..... she got free, when appellant/accused again tried to caught her, complainant threatened him by stone. then appellant/accused humiliated her by saying sorni.3. complainant lodged the report in police station, bajna on the same day. after usual investigation, the appellant was charge-sheeted before the special judge, chhatarpur4. the special judge chhatarpur, after appraisal of evidence on record, convicted ..... .2002 in special case no. 119/2000 by which the appellant/accused has been convicted under sections 3(1)(10) and 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of attrocities) act and sentenced to suffer r.i. for one year/one year and fine of rs. 100/-/ 100/- respectively with default stipulation. being aggrieved the appellant/accused has preferred this appeal ..... justice would be meet out.7. in these circumstances, conviction recorded by the trial court under sections 3(1)(10) and 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities) act is hereby affirmed.8. the appeal is partly allowed.9. the appellant is convicted under section 3(1)(10) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities ..... the period of jail sentence already undergone and fine of rs. 2500/- and under section 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities) act for the period of jail sentence already undergone and fine of rs. 2500/-. in default of fine he will further suffer simple imprisonment for 1 month on each count..10. .....

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Jan 21 2011 (HC)

Smt Kanta Salaria and Others. Vs. Prakash Chandra and Others.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Jan-21-2011

..... sufficient to draw an inference that the appellants committed the default in depositing the rent as per requirement of section 13(1) of the act and in such premises the alleged delay could not be condoned on the basis of the averments stated by the appellants in their application filed ..... any substantial error on appreciation of the available record in passing the impugned decree on the ground enumerated under section 12(1) (a) of the act, secondly, while affirming such decree, the appellate court has committed any error in dismissing the appellant's application filed for condoning the delay in ..... fairly conceded that unless involvement of the substantial question of law on aforesaid both the grounds under section 12(1)(a) and (o) of the act are found, this appeal could not be admitted for final hearing only on single ground for academic purposes. with these submissions, he further argued that ..... circumstances, the courts below while dismissing the suit of the respondents/plaintiffs on the grounds under section 12(1)(e) and (m) of the act ought to have dismissed the suit on the other grounds also. as such, the respondents/plaintiffs had failed to prove such grounds of eviction against ..... some illegal construction contrary to the rights of the respondents/landlord and caused the injury to their rights under section 12(1)(o) of the act.5. on challenging such decree by the appellants herein before the subordinate appellate court, on re-appreciation of the evidence, by dismissing such appeal, .....

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Feb 07 2011 (HC)

Adarsh Rajabhoj Shikshan Samiti. Vs. National Council of Teachers.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Feb-07-2011

..... )8 supreme court cases page 228, learned counsel for the respondents ncte submitted that ncte is an expert body created under the provisions of the national council for teacher education act, 1993 and parliament has imposed upon such expert body the duty to maintain the standards of education, particularly, in relation to teachers' education, the matters of recognition or de-recognition ..... order (annexure p-6) passed by western regional committee, petitioner filed an appeal before n.c.t.e./respondent no.1 (in short 'the council') under section 18 of the act, but the same was rejected without any justification by respondent no.1 and the order of refusal of recognition to the petitioner-institution was affirmed vide annexure p-7. petitioner ..... . course. the petitioner-society filed an application before western regional committee of n.c.t.e./respondent no.2 (in short 'wrc') under section 14/15 of ncte act (in short 'the act') on 23.10.08 for grant of recognition to its institution to run b.ed. course, claiming all the eligibility criteria and qualifications required for initiating b.ed. course ..... , passed by western regional committee, ncte/respondent no.2 has been affirmed and the appeal filed by the petitioner-society under section 18 of the national council for teachers education act, 1993 has been rejected.2. the petitioner is a registered society running a college in the name of adarsh rajabhoj college of education, bharat bharti, jamthi, betul imparting education for .....

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Apr 13 2011 (HC)

Sanjay JaIn (B.L.Jain), and ors. Vs. Achal Kumar Bhatia, and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Apr-13-2011

..... reconstruction of house. in these circumstances, present suit for declaration of title of property without further relief of possession is hit by proviso to section 34 of the specific relief act, 1963 and is not maintainable in the eye of law.30. coming to the question of limitation; the pleadings of plaintiff/respondent in regard to limitation is that when he ..... rent in the court.10. defendants/appellants specifically denied the fact that cause of action arose in the month of september, 1985 when plaintiffs came to know about the wrongful act of defendants no. 1 to 13 and pleaded that no cause of action arises against defendants, therefore, suit is liable to be rejected.11. the trial court framed the several .....

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Mar 16 2011 (HC)

Subrato Roy, and ors. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Mar-16-2011

..... , then no cognizance be taken without sanction, but here, as far as petitioners of burhanpur and indore are concerned, their work cannot be said to be bona fide . moreover the act of interpolation cannot be said to be done under the colour of official work. so no sanction u/s 197 cr.p.c. is necessary. this case is not applicable .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

Ramesh Ahirwar. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... preparing tea. ramesh intimidated her that if she did not speak in that manner, he would defame her. in these circumstances, she did not tell police the truth. however, when they again started misbehaving, feeling that everything was all right, she disclosed the truth to teshildar madhu nahar (pw9). in our ..... copy was supplied to accused persons by defence witness s.r.vishwakarma (dw1), who recorded the said statement. dr. subhash jain (pw4) deposed that had police asked him to record the statement, he would have recorded the same. this statement of dr. subhash jain (pw4) militates against the evidence of s.r ..... her that accused ramesh assaulted her and after tying her hands poured kerosene and set fire to her. she, however, did not tell about the act of smt. ramdulari. she deposed that her in-laws, with folded hands requested deceased to save them and to say that she got burnt by ..... dw1) that despite his request doctor did not record the statement and therefore, he recorded ex. p/8. s.r.vishwakarma (dw1) appears to have acted in haste. according to him, though he made a telephone call for sending any executive magistrate for recording the dying declaration, but no gazetted officer was ..... by the testimony of the magistrate that the declarant was fit to make the statement even without examination by the doctor the declaration can be acted upon provided the court ultimately hold the same to be voluntary and truthful." 16) it is also significant to note that deceased though sustained burn .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

Vinod Son of Tejram Pasi. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... report, blood and human sperms were found on the said frock. according to attesting witness sayed firoz (pw-11), when inspector khemariya called him to police station, appellant was lodged in lock-up. he did not tell anything before him, but inspector khemariya asked him to sign 3-4 papers. in cross ..... .p/7). he admitted that witnesses, appellant and the persons, who were mixed in the identification parade, were brought by the police. on a bare perusal of the evidence of dr. narendra kumar tripathi (pw-6), it is apparent that his evidence merely proved that appellant had ..... (ex.p/7). he deposed that identification proceeding was conducted on 25.9.1997. dr. ashok pandit (pw-5) stated that on the request of police harda, he conducted identification parade of appellant on 25.9.1997. dr. narendra kumar tripathi and gabbulal identified appellant. he recorded the proceedings in memorandum (ex ..... saying that his sister was there. he went to indore and stayed for three days and came back. appellant had also taken to his mother. police had brought appellant and mamtabai from indore. according to him, appellant told him that he killed chhotu, but he did not disclose about her dead ..... a conclusion consistent with the innocence of the accused and it must be of such nature as to show that within all human probability the act must have been done by the accused.23. after closely scanning and scrutinizing the evidence on record, we find that the evidence adduced by .....

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Mar 04 2011 (HC)

Sadan @ Nanhu. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Mar-04-2011

..... external genital organs were well developed. his medical report (ex.p-4a) is also placed on record.14. the broken pieces of bangles and earthen pot were also seized by police officer n.k. shrivastava (p.w-4) from the place of occurrence as corroborative evidence vide seizure memo (ex.p-2). 15. learned counsel for the appellant, however, submitted that ..... reveals that she tried to push the appellant, as a result of which appellant dashed with an earthen pot, the broken pieces of which were also subsequently seized by the police from the place of occurrence. this fact is also clearly mentioned in the fir (ex.p-5) promptly lodged by the prosecutrix on the same day. prosecutrix (p.w-1 ..... well as in para 16 of her deposition unequivocally reveals that the prosecutrix was subjected to forcible sexual intercourse. the submission of learned counsel for the appellant that the sexual act, as described by the prosecutrix would not have been possible without her consent and the prosecutrix did not try to escape or scream, are devoid of substance, in view of ..... screaming, the uncle and cousin sister of the prosecutrix, namely, bhandari and sevanta came there, then appellant fled away. prosecutrix went to the police station alongwith her parents, uncle and sister sevanta and lodged the fir at police station kirnapur, district balaghat. on the basis of her report, an offence was registered against the appellant and was investigated. prosecutrix was sent for .....

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