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Jan 25 2011 (SC)

Durbal Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-25-2011

..... in that night. in the early morning he got the information registered. at that time, ram awadh chaudhary (pw 8), the investigating officer, was present at the police station who having registered the first information report, proceeded to the scene of offence and commenced the investigation. he recorded statements of the witnesses and collected lantern and torches which ..... bhalas. on finding that the villagers were gathering at the scene of offence, the miscreants retreated and before turning away from the place of occurrence, they also opened fire. the police station, as per chik fir is about 20 kilometers away from the place of occurrence. kaldhari (pw 1) could not go to the ..... 1. this appeal under section 2(a) of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970 is directed against the judgment of the high court of judicature at allahabad in criminal appeal no. 2514 of 1982 whereby the high court allowed the appeal preferred by .....

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Feb 08 2011 (SC)

Harshendra Kumar D Vs. Rebatilata Koley Etc.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-08-2011

Reported in : AIR2011SC1090

..... of fateh chand bhansali1 . the counsel for the present appellant (revision petitioner therein) on the other hand referred to a later decision of a single judge of the calcutta high court in the case of saroj kumar jhunjhunwala v. state of west bengal and anr.6 wherein it was held that if before the issuance of cheques, the ..... proceedings initiated by the complainants against him by filing 18 revision applications under section 397 read with section 401 of the criminal procedure code, 1973 (for short, `code') before the calcutta high court. in these revision applications, notices were issued to the complainants. on behalf of the appellant, the principal contention canvassed was that the appellant was appointed as director ..... case of national small industries corporation limited v. harmeet singh paintal and another5, after survey of earlier decisions wherein legal position concerning section 138 and section 141 of the ni act was considered, this court culled out the following principles: "(i) the primary responsibility is on the complainant to make specific averments as are required under the law 5 ..... the common judgment and order dated september 6, 2007 passed by calcutta high court whereby 18 criminal revision applications filed by the appellant for quashing the proceedings initiated by the complainants in 18 complaint cases under section 138 read with section 141 of negotiable instruments act, 1881 ( for short, `ni act') against him have been dismissed. 3. the brief facts are these .....

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Feb 21 2011 (SC)

Union of India and ors. Vs. M/S. Ind-swift Laboratories Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-21-2011

..... with other provisions of the statute. in this connection we may appropriately refer to the decision of this court in calcutta gujarati education society and another v. calcutta municipal corporation and others reported in (2003) 10 scc 533 in which reference was made at para 35 to the ..... from the crop, of course, without infringing the constitution. for doing this, the courts have taken help from the preamble, objects, the scheme of the act, its historical background, the purpose for enacting such a provision, the mischief, if any which existed, which is sought to be eliminated.................................... ...... ..................................................................... ..... from the crop, of course, without infringing the constitution. for doing this, the courts have taken help from the preamble, objects, the scheme of the act, its historical background, the purpose for enacting such a provision, the mischief, if any which existed, which is sought to be eliminated................................. ......... ..................................................................... ....................................................... ..... /s. ind-swift laboratories ltd., is a manufacturer of bulk drugs, falling under chapter 30 of the first schedule to the central excise tariff act, 1985. the company received inputs and capital goods from various manufacturers / dealers and availed cenvat credit on the duty paid on such materials. .....

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Apr 06 2011 (SC)

Chairman-cum-m.D., Coal India Ltd., and ors. Vs. Ananta Saha and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-06-2011

..... start enquiry proceedings, de-novo, giving adequate opportunity to the petitioner and in the light of the order passed by the hon'ble high court calcutta on 8.8.2001, it will depend on a fresh order to be passed by the disciplinary authority/cmd, ecl. in the above circumstances, ..... and a presenting officer may be appointed to conduct the departmental enquiry in terms of the order dated 8.8.2001 of division bench of calcutta high court for a fresh enquiry into the chargesheet no.ecl-5(d)/113/1070/320 dated 26.7.1991 issued to dr. ananta saha ..... v. govt. of tamil nadu & ors., air 2000 sc 3243, this court observed that once the basis of a proceeding is gone, all consequential acts, actions, orders would fall to the ground automatically and this principle of consequential order which is applicable to judicial and quasi-judicial proceedings is equally applicable ..... miscarriage of justice....... in almost all legal inquiries, 'intention as distinguished from motive is the all-important factor' and in common parlance a malicious act stands equated with an intentional act without just cause or excuse." (emphasis added)39. in jasvinder singh & ors. v. state of j & k & ors., (2003) ..... sent to him under registered post. therefore, there is a presumption in law, particularly, under section 27 of the general clauses act, 1897 and section 114 illustration (f) of the evidence act, 1872 that the addressee has received the materials sent by post. (vide: greater mohali area development authority & ors. v. .....

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Apr 19 2011 (SC)

Afjal Imam. Vs. State of Bihar and Others.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-19-2011

..... different states have made different provisions in this behalf. in the neighbouring state of west bengal under the system of `mayor-in-council' under the howrah muncipal corporation act, 1980 and calcutta municipal corporation act, 1980, the mayor is elected by the corporators but the deputy mayor and the council members are nominated by the mayor under section 6 (2) of the howrah ..... act and section 8 (2) of the calcutta act. under section 7 (d) of the howrah act and section 9 (d) and (e) of the calcutta act, members of the mayor-in-council have to vacate their seats when a newly elected mayor enters into the office ..... earlier mayor. the mayor has the power to remove the council member/deputy mayor under section 7 (c) of the howrah act and section 9(c) of the calcutta act. the west bengal municipal corporation act, 2006 applies to corporations other than howrah and calcutta in the state of west bengal. it also creates a `mayor-in-council' system and under section 41 of the ..... act, the executive power of the corporation vests in the mayor-in-council. the deputy mayor and members of the council are nominated .....

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Jul 21 2011 (SC)

Ms Msk Projects (i)(Jv) Ltd. Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-21-2011

..... from 12/4/2000 to 30/9/2000.as the notification had been issued, and it was not the responsibility of the state to establish a police chowki etc. to implement the notification, there was no occasion for the tribunal to proceed further. therefore, any award in favour of the private appellant ..... by definition a toll cannot be used for otherwise augmenting the state's revenue. (emphasis added)26. in fact, the toll fee under the tolls act, 1851 is of compensatory in nature wherein the government can reimburse itself the amount which it had spent on construction of road/bridge etc. clause iv( ..... open for the court to interfere under section 34(2) of the act 1996.12. thus, in view of the above, the settled legal proposition emerges to the effect that the arbitral tribunal cannot travel beyond terms of reference; ..... zinc ltd. v. friends coal carbonisation, (2006) 4 scc 445), held that an arbitration award contrary to substantive provisions of law, or provisions of the act, 1996 or against terms of the contract, or public policy, would be patently illegal, and if it affects the rights of the parties, it would be ..... high court of rajasthan (jaipur bench) in civil misc. appeal no.1581 of 2006 under section 37(1)(a) of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (hereinafter called act 1996) against the order dated 17.1.2006 passed by the district judge, jaipur city, jaipur in arbitration case no.89/2004 whereby the .....

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Sep 02 2011 (SC)

Sri Chandu Khamaru. Vs. Nayan Malik and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-02-2011

..... bengal. the house of the appellant was not being supplied with electricity whereas the house located on dag no.409, khatiyan no.1212, was being supplied with electricity by the calcutta electricity board supply corporation ltd. (hereinafter referred to as `the distribution licensee'). the appellant approached the distribution licensee for supply of electricity but when the distribution licensee did not give ..... duty to develop and maintain an efficient co-ordinated and economical distribution system in his area of supply and to supply electricity in accordance with the provisions contained in this act. sub-section (1) of section 43 provides that every distribution licensee, shall, on an application by the owner or occupier of any premises, give supply of electricity to such ..... it, and correspondingly every owner or occupier of any premises has a statutory right to apply for and obtain such electric supply from the distribution licensee. 8. the electricity act, 2003 has also made provisions to enable the distribution licensee to carry out works for the purpose of supplying electricity to the owners or the occupiers of premises in his ..... which may grant permission in the circumstances where the owner or the occupier objects to the carrying out of works. 10. we may now apply the aforesaid provisions of electricity act, 2003 to the facts of the present case. the appellant has a statutory right to apply for and obtain supply of electricity from the distribution licensee and the distribution .....

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Oct 18 2011 (SC)

U.P. Avas Evam Vikas Parishad Vs. U.P. Power Corpn. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-18-2011

Reported in : (2011)10SCC223; 2011AIRSCW6299; 2012(2)SCJ588

..... lights on any new road/street shall be that of the local authority concerned.4.45 the estimate shall be prepared as per the provisions of the indian electricity act, 1910 and on the basis of charges approved by the commission. the licensee shall submit once in two years a proposal to the commission for approval of various ..... code, 2002 which has statutory trappings was formulated to carry out functions earlier assigned to the u.p. electricity regulatory commission under section 10 of the u.p. electricity reforms act, 1999 (already extracted above). this is apparent from the order of the u.p. electricity regulatory commission, reproduced hereunder:- electricity supply consumers regulation, 1984, formulated by the erstwhile ..... sale, distribution or supply in the state;(d) to promote competition, efficiency and economy in the activities of the electricity industry to achieve the objects and purposes of this act;(e) to regulate investment approval for transmission, distribution or supply of electricity to the entities operating within the state;(f) to aid and advise the state government in matters ..... had been drawn to carry out the responsibilities vested with the uttar pradesh electricity regulatory commission under section 10 of the u.p. electricity reforms act, 1999. section 10 of the uttar pradesh electricity reforms act, 1999 is being reproduced hereunder:-s.10. functions of the commissionthe commission shall have the following functions; namely,-(a) to determine the tariff for .....

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Jul 08 2011 (SC)

Fuerst Day Lawson Ltd. Vs. Jindal Exports Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-08-2011

..... of the privy council, rather than settling the issue gave rise to further conflicting decisions by different high courts in the country. the bombay, calcutta and madras high courts held that section 588 did not take away the right of appeal given under the letters patent. on the other hand ..... award could be enforced by suit, though not by the special procedure under the provisions of the civil p.c., or the 1899 act. that act was regarded as not exhaustive even in the limited areas where it was applicable. .....21. this view was also taken by the madras ..... domestic arbitration and international commercial arbitration. it has, therefore, a very different and much larger framework than the two chapters in part ii of the act.50. part i has ten chapters. chapter i begins with definition clauses in section 2 that defines, amongst other terms and expressions, arbitration , arbitration ..... the law commission of india, several representative bodies of trade and industry and experts in the field of arbitration have proposed amendments to this act to make it more responsive to contemporary requirements. it is also recognised that our economic reforms may not become fully effective if the ..... general right of appeal or revision against its decision is attracted. 22. but an exception to the aforementioned rule is on matters where the special act sets out a self-contained code, the applicability of the general law procedure would be impliedly excluded. [see upadhyaya hargovind devshanker v. dhirendrasinh .....

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Jan 07 2011 (SC)

Automotive Tyre Manufactureres. Vs. the Designated Authority and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-07-2011

Reported in : (2011)2SCC258

..... enunciated in gullapalli (supra) are not applicable in the instant case. in that case, the oral hearing was preceded by written objections and representations, while under the tariff act and rules, the sequence is reversed in as much as in proceedings before the da, parties present oral information followed by reproduction of that information in writing, argued the ..... clarified that its findings shall not be construed as a general principle of law applicable to other enactments and tribunals. moreover, the proceedings under section 62 of the electricity act, 2003 are adversarial in nature, and therefore they cannot be likened to an anti-dumping investigation in which the only consideration is fairness in trade. learned counsel asserted that ..... enunciated in gullapalli (supra) are not applicable in the instant case. in that case, the oral hearing was preceded by written objections and representations, while under the tariff act and rules, the sequence is reversed in as much as in proceedings before the da, parties present oral information followed by reproduction of that information in writing, argued the ..... clarified that its findings shall not be construed as a general principle of law applicable to other enactments and tribunals. moreover, the proceedings under section 62 of the electricity act, 2003 are adversarial in nature, and therefore they cannot be likened to an anti-dumping investigation in which the only consideration is fairness in trade. learned counsel asserted that .....

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