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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Aradhana Drinks and Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

..... 2003 bye-laws. [9] the petitioner, in support of its first contention, relies upon the view taken by three honble high courts of madras, calcutta and karnataka in (i) v. vasudeva bhat v. the revenue officer, corporation of madras, 1963 mljr pg-7; (ii) writ petition no.9039 ..... of 2007 (hutchison essar south ltd. v. bruhat bangalore mahanagara palike); (iii) calcutta soft drinks pvt. ltd. v. calcutta municipal corporation and ors., air 2007 cal 136, respectively. [10] the state of punjab has filed its counter-affidavit defending the powers ..... building, it can be described as the trade or business. the high courts of calcutta and karnataka have followed the aforesaid view while examining the similar worded-provisions of the respective state acts. we see no reason to differ or take a contrary view as the interpretation given ..... corporation, ludhiana through its additional commissioner (respondent nos.2and3) has also filed its separate reply defending the constitutional validity of the provisions of the act and the 2003 bye-laws. the corporation draws support from the decision in municipal corporation of greater bombay v. bharat petroleum corporation ltd., (2002 ..... of the municipality contained in sections 122, 123 and 399(1) (h)(16) of the act, for controlling and regulating the .....

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Sep 26 2011 (HC)

M/S Sood Brothers, Chandigarh and Another Vs. Union Territory, Chandig ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-26-2011

..... auction platform. the petitioner is entitled to retain the space which he has, till any other alternative policy comes through either an amendment in the act or in the rules, which shall duly take note of the existing rights which are reasonable and just. 14. the writ petitions are disposed ..... indeed a right to issue licence carries with it a right to make modifications or corrections, as provided under section 26 of the general clauses act. the petitioner cannot be denied the right of renewal of licence only because in the form of application, a licensee has changed the place of ..... actions have been taken against officials, who were responsible for entertaining change in place of business in applications for renewal of licences under the act. i would let it rest there and will not cite instances of such changes effected as governing the rights of the parties to entitle ..... vikas bahl points out to certain instances where such changes have been made and produces before me the data collected through applications filed under the rti act. the counsel appearing on behalf of respondents no. 2 and 3 admits to such instances but he would argue that these were clearly irregularities and ..... market 1. the petitioner challenges the rejection of his application for renewal of licence as kacha aartiya under the punjab agricultural produce markets act, 1961 (hereinafter called, the act). the admitted case is that he had been a licensee since the year 1970 and he was running his business from scf 27, .....

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Dec 01 2011 (HC)

Jasmail Kaur Vs. Malkiat Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-01-2011

..... bias towards sh. dewan k.s. puri has been correctly given since he was renowned document expert and had received trainings at the govt. handwriting bureau calcutta, govt. laboratory, phillaur, govt. finger bureau, madras, govt. police forensic lab cuttack and govt. criminal intelligence bureau, trivendrum and had experience of 50 years as a visiting professor of teaching handwriting and finger expert in ..... . p-3 which was scribed by bindra ban shori at the instance of malkiat singh. the appellant also relied upon the judgment in ravichandran vs. state by dy. superintendent of police, madras, 2010(2) civil court cases 554 (sc) and jamail singh vs. smt. naranjan kaur, 2011(2) plr, 408 to contend that the opinion of the handwriting expert is not ..... the govt. central police, college of taiwan which will be clear from his examination. that though the science of handwriting comparison is not a perfect science but when there is a dispute between the ..... to be acted upon unless substantially corroborated and that it is not uncommon for an handwriting expert to give opinion in favour of the party which has engaged them, since the comparison of .....

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Oct 17 2011 (HC)

Satpal Son of Chander Bhan Vs. State of Haryana and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-17-2011

..... the peasantry in this relevant connection. 24. thus seen from any angle, if the important functions/duties attached to the post of lambardar in different spheres under the different acts and totality of other relatable facts and circumstances, as depicted hereinabove, are put together, then, to me, the conclusion is inescapable and irresistible that the age-old institution ..... collection of land revenue, other cesses and recovery of arrears, to which, the age-old institution of the lambardar is an integral part of the entire scheme emitting from the act and rules. 20. moreover, the affidavit submitted on behalf of the state of haryana further indicates the following other important functions, which are still carried out by the lambardar ..... into the legislative or administrative fields almost inevitably voters, legislators, and other elected officials will conclude that the activities of judges should be closely monitored. (xii) if judges act like legislators or administrators it follows that judges should be elected like legislators or selected and trained like administrators. 13. keeping the law laid down by hon'ble apex court ..... or abolish the post of lambardar, is within the competence of legislature/executive/government and this court did not have the power/jurisdiction to direct them to legislate/amend the act and rules in this relevant behalf. 9. such thus being the position on record, now the first core question, though extremely important, that arises for determination in this .....

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Nov 14 2011 (HC)

Mrs.Nirmal Yadav Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation and Another

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-14-2011

Reported in : 2011(4)RCR(Cri)809; 2012(1)CriCC165

..... band, the departmental enquiry established the allegation against the appellant, the government might find itself in possession of more material than that disclosed by the police investigation on which to decide whether a sanction should or should not be granted. we cannot read into the correspondence, as was suggested on behalf ..... 15 lakhs to accused nirmal singh. as rightly pointed out by the additional legal adviser such statements or documents were given to the local police prior to the registration of fir and therefore, the ingredients of sections 192/193 ipc are not attracted. the additional legal adviser has rightly ..... on being directed by justice kaur, the peon amrikh singh caught hold parkash ram with the help of guard, shri gurvinder singh and thereafter local police was called who detained parkash ram. a formal fir was, however, registered on 16th august, 2008 on the complaint of shri amrik singh, peon ..... and justice mrs. nirmal yadav, the then judge of punjab and haryana high court, petitioner herein. initially, the case was investigated by the chandigarh police, however, the case was transferred to cbi, pursuant to a do letter dated 26.8.2008 from the then governor of punjab and administrator of ut ..... to the high court of uttrakhand. an fir no.250 of 2008 was registered at police station, sector 11, chandigarh under sections 11 and 12 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as the act), section 120-b read with sections 192, 196, 199 and 200 of the .....

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Mar 08 2011 (HC)

Bir Singh. Vs. Financial Commissioner.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-08-2011

..... , assist all officers of the government in the execution of their public duties, supply, to the best of his ability any local information which those officers may require, and generally act for the landowners, tenants and residents of the estate or sub-division of the estate in which he holds office in their relations with government; (xi) report to the patwari .....

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Dec 07 2011 (HC)

Tavinder Kaur and Another Vs. State of Haryana and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-07-2011

..... of its statutory jurisdiction under section 173(8) of the code and at the instance of the state having regard to section 36 thereof read with section 3 of the police act, 1861 should be considered in different contexts. section 173(8) of the code is an enabling provision. only when cognizance of an offence is taken, the learned magistrate may have ..... with the magistrate. it is trite to say that the magistrate can order further investigation on a protest petition of the complainant or on the request of the police, but cannot act suo motu act itself even if the magistrate is satisfied that the investigations have not conducted properly. such cannot be the intention and such interpretation is not sustainable as it does ..... investigation was conducted by the cbi, the provisions under chapter xii of the code would apply to such investigation. the police referred to in the chapter, for the purpose of investigation, would apply to the officer/officers of the delhi police establishment act. on completion of the investigation, the report has to be filed by the cbi in the manner provided in section ..... a view that the magistrate has power to order further investigations. if the magistrate has power to order further investigation, whether he acts suo motu or on a protest petition/objections of the complainant or on the request of the police is immaterial. earlier full bench of this court in mehar singhs case (supra) specifically noticed that the magistrate has power .....

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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Sarbdeep Singh Virk Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

Reported in : 2011(4)RCR(Cri)844; 2012(1)CriCC215

..... :- "the petitioner is seeking quashment of fir no. 10 dated 8.9.2007 registered under sections 168, 169, 216. 218, 120-b ipc read with 13 (2) p.c. act, 1988, with police station fs-i, vigilance bureau, mohali, and various other reliefs. in support of the contention for quashment of the fir, it is vehemently argued by mr. bansal, learned counsel ..... , 218 and 120-b of the indian penal code (for short ipc) read with section 7, 13 (1) (d) (e) and section 13 (2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (for short pc act), registered at police station, fs-1 vigilance bureau, mohali (annexure p-19)and various ancillary reliefs. 2. the petitioner was a member of the all india service (indian ..... .r.(criminal) 372 : (1997)1 supreme court cases 416, were observed. it is further alleged that son of the petitioner sought information from delhi police under the right to information act and he was informed that delhi police was not informed regarding the arrest of the petitioner from delhi. the petitioner was, however, granted bail by the high court on 31.10.2007 ..... various spells right from the year 1984 till 2007. an fir no. 10 dated 08.09.2007 was registered by the police at police station, fs-1, vigilance bureau, mohali (punjab) under the above mentioned sections of the ipc and the pc act, respectively, containing various allegations. the same are being summarized hereunder :- (a) while serving as a government servant in the state .....

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Feb 21 2011 (HC)

Dharam Pal. Vs. Financial Commissioner.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-21-2011

..... the deputy commissioner cum collector, sirsa. the petitioner was involved as an accused in fir no.155 of 29.8.1995 for commission of offence under section 302/34 ipc, police station ellenabad, and district sirsa. the petitioner was further convicted after trial by the additional sessions judge, sirsa, vide judgment dated 3.10.1997.5. it seems that after conviction ..... have much confidence and rely upon a person, who, even though, might have been acquitted but who has been tried for murder and remained in custody, either in judicial or police."14. the duties of a headman have been provided under rule 20 of the rules. rule 20 when extracted reads as under:-"20. duties of headman.- in addition to the ..... , assist all officers of the government in the execution of their public duties, supply, to the best of his ability any local information which those officers may require, and generally act for the landowners, tenants and cwp no.1143 of 2011 [7] residents of the estate or sub-division of the estate in which he holds office in their relations with .....

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Sep 14 2011 (HC)

Mohinder Singh and Other Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-14-2011

Reported in : 2011(4)PunLR304; 2012(1)CivCC509; 2012(1)CriCC714

..... , the plainti must prove the following points: (a) that the plainti was prosecuted by the defendant, (b) that the prosecution ended in the plainti 's favour, (c) that the defendant acted without reasonable and probable cause, (d) that the defendant was acruated by malice. it is then for the defendant to make out a defence recognized by law." 3. in order ..... launching a false, malacious and a mala fide case against the petitioners. the respondents are the secretary to government home affairs, the deputy superintendent of police, the sub-inspector the then sho of khuyan sarwar police station and a private individual, which was said to have given a complaint against the petitioners. the grievance is that on the basis of an alleged ..... complaint by the fourth respondent, a case under prevention of corruption act, 1988 had been lodged against the petitioners in two incidents occurring on the same day .....

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