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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: calcutta police act 1866 Sorted by: old Court: delhi Year: 2011 Page 1 of about 358 results (0.067 seconds)

Jan 13 2011 (HC)

Bilal Ahmed Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-13-2011

..... state, 2007 (iv) ad (del.) 210, it is contended that the public is reluctant to join in such cases and in the absence of public witness, the police witness can be relied upon.7. relying on sorabkhan gandhkhan pathan and anr. v. state of gujarat, 2004 (13) scc 60 andbabubhai odhariji patel & ors. vs. ..... cfsl report. reliance in this regard is placed on mahatam parshad vs. state of delhi, 63 (1996) dlt 884. sections 52, 55 and 57 of the act are directory in nature and the effect thereof has to be seen from the evidence collected. relying on gurbax singh vs. state of harayana, 2001 (3) scc ..... no. 19 qua sending the samples to fsl malviya nagar. it is further contended that the mandatory requirement of sections 52,55 and 57 of the act have not been complied with as there is no mention of sending the information about the arrest of the accused to senior officers. despite the fact ..... . whether the judgment should be reported in the digest? yes 1. by this appeal, the appellant challenges his conviction under section 20 of the ndps act (in short the act) and the order of sentence whereby he has been directed to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of 10 years and a fine of `1 lakh ..... the explanation of delay, the evidence pw-1 remained unchallenged and ought to have been believed by the high court. section 138 of the evidence act confers a valuable right of cross-examining the witness tendered in evidence by the opposite party. the scope of that provision is enlarged by section 146 of .....

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Jan 17 2011 (HC)

Binoj Cherian and ors. Vs. Delhi Development Authority and anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-17-2011

..... original allottee, the dda nevertheless granted conversion in favour of the subsequent purchaser and also executed the conveyance deed in favour of the purchaser. clearly, the dda chose not to act upon the affidavit of the original allottee asserting to the contrary. this was sought to be explained by learned counsel for the dda by stating that the requirements for the ..... for conversion were satisfied, such conversion could not be denied to the subsequent purchaser. this court is unable to accept the inconsistent stands of the dda. the dda having not acted upon the affidavit of the original allottee and having granted conversion in favour of the subsequent purchaser cannot rely upon the said affidavit to deny refund of 20% surcharge.12 .....

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Jan 21 2011 (HC)

Hindon River Mills Ltd.and anr. Vs. S.P. Gupta and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-21-2011

..... lender is appointed as an oa, it would lose its right under the circular of the rbi to transfer its npas. a division bench of the calcutta high court recently in imperial tubes (p) ltd. v. bifr air 2008 cal 15 has held that merely because the bifr had appointed the secured ..... judgment holding that such activities are within the ambit of the banking regulation act. reliance is also placed on paras 41 & 46 of the said judgment explaining npa and financial assets. attention has also been invited to para 49 ..... ltd. (2010) 10 scc 1. it is contended that the notice in the present petition was issued primarily on the ground that the banking regulation act, 1949 did not permit assignment of debts/npas between banks inter se. it is contended that the said question is now settled vide the said ..... would not be issued in contractual matters and this court in exercise of powers under article 226 would not sit as an appellate authority over the acts and deeds of statutory corporations taking administrative actions.19. the senior counsel for kmbl thus contends that that the matter in controversy is fully covered ..... and the selected entity may take action against hrml under the provisions of the securitization and reconstruction of financial assets and enforcement of security interest (sarfaesi) act, 2002.13. hrml further pleaded that it, vide its letter dated 20th september, 2006 to ifci offered to ifci 5% over and above the best .....

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Jan 28 2011 (HC)

The Central India Electric Supply Co. Ltd. Vs. Income Tax Officer, Com ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-28-2011

..... was held that the amount received by an assessee was taxable only after attaining finality from the highest court.16. a reference was also made to ito, calcutta & ors. v. lakhmani mewal das, (1972) 103 itr 437 (sc) where it was emphasized that there are two conditions, which should be satisfied ..... chapter of the assessment year 196566.12. to support its various pleas, the appellant relied upon various judgments. the judgment in calcutta discount co. ltd. v. income tax officer, companies district i, calcutta & anr., (1961) 41 itr 191 (sc) was relied upon to support the plea that the pre-requisite of non ..... the conclusion that it is a fit case for issue of the notice under section 148 of the it act. this judgment was relied upon in chanchal kumar chatterjee v. income tax officer, b ward, central salaries circle, calcutta & ors., (1972) 93 itr 130 (cal). in this case, there was only a rubber ..... , we find that the impugned order of the tribunal is not sustainable and is accordingly set aside. the notice issued under section 148 of the it act dated 15.12.1981 is quashed and all proceedings pursuant thereto are also accordingly quashed. consequently, both the questions are answered in favour of the ..... of the case, the tribunal was justified in holding that re-assessment proceedings under section 147(a) read with section 148 of the income-tax act, 1961 had been rightly initiated against the assessee? (2) whether the tribunal was right in holding that valid approval had been accorded by the .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

Yogita Vs. Government of Nct of Delhi and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... tort remedy, is that crime victims be given compensation even in ''no-fault'' situations by the state. compensation cannot be limited to cases of police torture or custodial deaths. it must extend to riot victims and victims of terror, indeed, it must ultimately cover all victims of crime and all ..... of the petitioners husband, the respondents are jointly and severally liable to compensate his family and to what extent. the investigations by the delhi police so far have revealed the involvement of bki, a banned organization in carrying out the bomb blast both at liberty cinema as well as satyam ..... recovered. after setting out the details of the investigations carried out, the affidavit states that there was no failure on the part of the police to take measures to avoid such incidents and for ensuring safety of the people. the incident is termed as a "terrorist attack". it is ..... about by someone that defendant had no control, and defendant would not be negligent. he referred to certain observations in sukhraji bhuj v. calcutta state transport corporation air 1966 (cal) 620, to the effect that "people must guard against reasonable probabilities and not fantastic possibilities". he ..... under sections 302/307 ipc and sections 3/4/5 of the explosive substances act, 1908 was registered at police station desh bandhu gupta road, new delhi. after the case was transferred to the special cell, delhi police it was revealed during investigations that the offences were committed by a terrorist group .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

M/S J.C. Enterprises (Regd.) Vs. Ranganatha Enterprises

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... books of account or any of the entries, then such books should be regarded as proved. in kalipada sinha vs. mahaluxmi bank ltd. air 1961 calcutta 191 the entries made in the statement of accounts coupled with the oral deposition were found to be sufficient to prove the case of the respondent. similar ..... produced by the defendant. he claimed, during his cross examination, that in the year 1996-97, there was a problem in the lottery business and the police had seized much of his record. he, however, could not give the case number or fir number in which his documents were seized. he stated that ..... needs to be drawn against the defendant for not producing the account books, which he could easily have produced. section 114 (g) of the indian evidence act, 1872 provides that the court may presume that evidence which could be and is not produced would, if produced, be unfavourable to the person who withholds it ..... no control in those goods and the carrier/courier is bound to deliver them only to the consignee. section 23(1) of the sale of goods act, 1930 provides that where there is a contract for the sale of unascertained or future goods by description and goods of that description and in a ..... set up even in the replication to the written statement. hence, the period of limitation in this case cannot be calculated under article i of limitation act. the issue is decided accordingly.issue no.410. in his affidavit by way of evidence, the plaintiff has stated that there was an oral agreement between .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Oasis Hospitalities (Pvt.) Ltd.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... subscribed by its closely connected persons, the onus is upon the assessee to prove the identify (sic. identification) of the subscribers and their creditworthiness. their lordships of the hon'ble calcutta high court in the case of bola shankar cold storage ..vs.. jcit have examined the judgment of the apex court in the case of steller investment ltd. and that of ..... a particular case could be applied. as noted above, the initial onus is upon the assessee to establish three things necessary to obviate the mischief of section 68 of the act. these are: (i) identity of investors; (ii) their creditworthiness/investments and (iii) genuineness of the transaction. only when these three ingredients are established prima facie, it is only then ..... the following propositions, which emerged as under: "18. in this analysis, a distillation of the precedents yields the following propositions of law in the context of section 68 of the it act. the assessed has to prima facie prove (1) the identity of the creditor/subscriber; (2) the genuineness of the transaction, namely, whether it has been transmitted through banking or ..... shares. yet, it is also possible that in case of public limited companies, the share capital is issued in a close circuit.5. when the companies incorporated under the companies act raise their capital through shares, various persons would apply for shares and thus give share application money. these amounts received from such shareholders would, naturally, be the sums credited in .....

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Feb 07 2011 (HC)

R.R.Sahay and anr. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-07-2011

..... of commandant on 4.6.2004 and having completed 5 years regular service became eligible to be promoted to the rank of deputy inspector general police and fell within the zone of consideration for the vacancy year 2009-10. obtaining vigilance and integrity clearance by 12.2.2009, his name was ..... the disciplinary proceedings or acquittal in the criminal proceedings is with benefit of doubt or on account of non- availability of evidence due to the acts attributable to the employee etc. these are only some of the circumstances where such denial can be justified.3.1 if any penalty is ..... through staff for onward payment to the private firms without any official records. thus, the said officer failed to maintain an absolute devotion to duty and acted in a manner unbecoming of a government servant and thereby violated the provisions contained in rule 3(1)(ii) and (iii) of ccs (conduct) ..... period from august, 2007 to feb 2008, shri m.r.hussain, commandant irla no.2672 while functioning as commandant in 199 bn., crpf committed an act of serious misconduct, in that, he allowed distribution of uniform and allied training items to the recruits by arranging purchase directly from private firm and ..... .r.hussain, commandant irla no.2672 while functioning as commandant in 199 bn. crpf during the period from nov 2007 to feb 2008, committed an act of serious misconduct, in that, he facilitated some particular lic agents in their business by influencing the recruits of his unit to purchase lic policies. .....

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Feb 14 2011 (HC)

The National Assn. of the Deaf Through Its Joint Secy. and anr. Vs. Un ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-14-2011

..... nothing else has been stated in that regard and hence, the said ground does not merit any consideration.(iv) the uploading in the delhi police website about the entitlement of a deaf person to get a licence does not have any impact on the decision taken by the authorities who ..... test of article 14 of the constitution and, in fact, invites the frown of the said article.5. it is contended that the delhi police has already answered the queries under its section faqs', that a deaf person can drive a private motor car. it is urged that a person ..... signs, traffic lights, traffic controllers, policemen and take appropriate action on signs given by other road users;(n) act correctly at pedestrian crossings, which is not regulated by traffic lights or traffic police, by giving preference to persons crossing the roads;(o) keep well to the left in normal driving;(p) ..... ) "hearing impairment" means loss of sixty decibels or more in the better year in the conversational range of frequencies;24. chapter iv of the act mandates how the government and local authorities shall provide to children with disability free education; make schemes and programmes for non-formal education; research for ..... decision which restricts the grant of driving licence under the 1988 act has not taken into consideration the effect and impact of the beneficial provisions contained in the 1995 act and, therefore, deserves to be quashed. (e) when the delhi police in its website has already given the information that there is .....

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Feb 22 2011 (HC)

Prashant Projects(P) Ltd. Vs. Indian Oil Corpn. Ltd.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-22-2011

..... the proceedings.(3) the tests laid down by sir white, c.j. as also by sir couch, c.j. as modified by later decisions of the calcutta high court itself which have been dealt with by us elaborately should be borne in mind.8. in paragraph 120 of khimji, rejection of an application for ..... allowed, subject to all just exceptions. fao(os) no.53-54/20112. this appeal has been filed under section 10 of the delhi high court act, 1966 (dhc act for short) against the order passed by the learned single judge on 21.1.2011 dismissing the plaintiffs application under order xxvi rule 9 of the ..... an intra court appeal in independent india, so far as delhi high court is concerned, the needful can be achieved by an amendment in the dhc act. citizens should not be required to seek succor from archaic laws.10. we shall now consider the contention of the respondent that the real purpose behind ..... in jugal kishore paliwal vs- s. sat jit singh, (1984) 1 scc 358, which has overruled hafiz mohd. said, that section 10 of the dhc act is in pari materia in content and effect with letters patent. we can only conjecturise that the disparate nature of the delhi high court when compared to chartered ..... 2010.5. at the very threshold, the learned asg has raised an objection as to the maintainability of the present appeal under section 10 of the dhc act. nevertheless, he has again offered that the respondent would have no objection to the plaintiff/appellant carrying out measurement of the work allegedly executed by it. .....

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