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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

Bhagwan Prasad. Vs the State of Jharkhand.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... secluded place near christian graveyard (hereinafter referred to as the place of occurrence). at about 6.30 a.m. p.w. 9 nand lal prasad, a police-man of hatia police station, on being informed, came to the place of occurrence. the fire was extinguished, and the body of the deceased was found in a badly burnt ..... expected that they would produce the said photographs and have them proved by this witness pw-22 as being the same photographs which were handed over to the police or to the c.b.i. since no such attempt has been made, therefore, the secondary and hearsay evidence of this witness on the point of ..... be to give out every fact which would lead to the punishment of the culprit, and (3) his deceased sister had earlier launched a criminal case in bariyatu police station based on her love affair with one p.p.n. rai, thus the back-ground is not so 'prestigious' as to sustain the explanation. the post ..... any independent corroboration, solely on the bald and dogmatic opinion of such a person, even if such opinion is assumed to be admissible u/s 45 of evidence act.26. to summarise, we find (a) that the motive which has been proved is at best that there was some relationship between the accused and the deceased ..... of examination1. the three .38" revolvers (marked w/1, w/2 and w/3) ofthe parcel q-2 described above are 'firearms' as defined in the arms act, 1959 and are in working order.2. the .38" fired bullet (marked bc/1 contained in the parcel no.q-1 had been fired from the .38" revolver .....

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Apr 07 2011 (HC)

Vijay Pratap Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Jharkhand and anr.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Apr-07-2011

..... kanti kumar ojha appearing on behalf of the o.p.no.2 submitted that when the complainant- o.p.no.2 did not find justice from harizan police station, hazaribag, she filed a complaint and after due enquiry under section 202 cr.p.c. a prima facie case for the offence under section 3( ..... title suit no. 101 of 2009 was pending. the investigating officer had already submitted final form exonerating the criminal liability of the petitioners against the harizan police case lodged by the complainant-o.p.no.2 at harizan thana, hazaribag and the final report was accepted by the court.7. finally, the learned ..... of the neighbours but the accused persons snatched away her golden ornaments worth rs. 30,000/- in the said transaction. she then went to the harizan police station with the witnesses and when no case was instituted, she filed complaint before the c.j.m. as aforesaid. during course of enquiry, after ..... petitioners and thereafter, the case was sent to the file of the special judge-cum-additional sessions judge, hazaribag for further proceeding under the special act.2. the prosecution story in short was that a complaint case no.1649 of 2009 was lodged in the court of the chief judicial magistrate, ..... (1) (iv) (x) (xi) of the s.c. and s.t. (prevention of atrocities) act, with the similar allegations as made in the instant complaint case no.1649 of 2009 but the police submitted final report exonerating the criminal liability of the petitioners observing that it was in the nature of civil dispute .....

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Feb 24 2011 (HC)

KamaruddIn Ansari. Vs. the State of Jharkhand.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Feb-24-2011

..... was further observed:"a just balance between the fundamental rights of the citizens under articles 19 and 21 of the constitution and the exclusive power of the police to investigate a cognizable offence has to be struck by the court. the sweeping power of investigation does not warrant subjecting a citizen each time to fresh ..... the same cannot be in conformity with the scheme of cr.p.c.the scheme of cr.p.c. is that an officer in charge of a police station has to commence investigation as provided in section 156 or 157 cr.p.c. on the basis of entry of the first information report, on ..... commencement of the investigation into the cognizable offence disclosed from the facts mentioned in the first information report and entered in the station house diary by the police officer or such other cognizable offences as may come to his notice during the investigation, will be statements falling under section 162 cr.p.c. no ..... important document. and as its nickname suggests it is the earliest and the first information of a cognizable offence recorded by an officer in charge of a police station. it sets the criminal law in motion and marks the commencement of the investigation which ends up with the formation of opinion under section 169 or ..... r.no.1842 of 2009 being the second f.i.r. for the same cause of action though earlier first information report was lodged at the same police station vide jamua p.s. case no.111 of 2009 on 23.06.2009, corresponding to g.r.no.1313 of 2009 pending in the court of .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

Madhusudan Murmu and ors. Vs. Jharkhand State Electricity Board and or ...

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... board (generation- cum-transmission cadre) rules, 1976, which has also been formulated in exercise of power conferred by section 79 (c) of the electricity (supply) act, 1948 with certain objectives, wherein the cadre and cadre officers have been defined in rules 2(ii) and 2(x) respectively, which read as follows:- "2 ..... notice of. the said rule was framed by the respondents-board in exercise of power conferred by section 79 (c) of the electricity (supply) act, 1948 with following object :- "whereas it is necessary to make precise rules and constitute clearly demarcated cadre of electrical and mechanical engineers for the distribution ..... state of kerala v. a. lakshmikutty) but that is only one aspect of the matter. the other aspect is the obligation of the government to act fairly. the whole exercise cannot be reduced to a farce. having sent a requisition/request to the commission to select a particular number of candidates ..... no legal duty to fill up all or any of the vacancies. however, it does not mean that the state has the licence of acting in an arbitrary manner. the decision not to fill up the vacancies has to be taken bona fide for appropriate reasons. and if the vacancies ..... rajan raj, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the board, submitted that by virtue of the power conferred under section 79 (c) of the electricity supply act, 1948, bihar state electricity board electrical engineers (general) rules, 1976 was framed. one of the rules such as rule 8 does prescribe for direct .....

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Apr 07 2011 (HC)

Manish Kumar and ors. Vs. the State of Jharkhand and anr.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Apr-07-2011

..... the facts and circumstances of the case, perusal of the complaint petition as well as the statement of the complainant recorded on solemn affirmation, i find that no specific overt act has been attributed against the other two petitioners viz. petitioner no.2 dr. rajendra kumar singh and petitioner no.3 mukesh kumar and no part of the offence has been ..... had filed a matrimonial suit before the court of principal judge, family court, siwan vide divorce case no.70/10 under section 13(1) (a,b) of the hindu marriage act seeking a decree of divorce as against the opposite party- wife who had deserted him and was declined to join the society of her husband for years together and on ..... , pushpa devi and prabhunath singh. in that manner the learned court partly disbelieved the allegations after enquiry as levelled by the complainant.4. learned counsel submitted that no specific overt act has been attributed against the petitioner nos. 2 and 3, who are father-in-law and elder brother of the husband of the complainant and from the plain reading of ..... criminal procedure, found a prima facie offence against the petitioners under sections 498a/323/379 of the indian penal code as also under sections 3/4 of the dowry prohibition act.2. petitioner no.1 manish kumar is the husband, petitioner no.2 dr. rajendra kumar singh is the father-in-law and petitioner no.3 mukesh kumar is the elder .....

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Apr 25 2011 (HC)

Madan Lal . Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Apr-25-2011

..... and has also been unable to retrieve the utensils which was being carried in the vehicle by three victims and that role of the then superintendent of police, hazaribagh is still to be ascertained but from the facts noted above, it would be apparent that substantial progress in the investigation has already been made ..... been recovered and that nothing substantial has been placed on behalf of the state about the investigation made on the point as to whether the superintendent of police, hazaribagh does have any role to pay in the alleged offence or not and that in spite of passing off more than three years, the charge ..... disclosures showing on one hand false implication of those three persons in a case of theft and establishing on the other hand involvement of the police personnel in kidnapping of lallu kumar and his two employees for the purpose of ransom, when nothing was done, both these applications came to be filed ..... 2007 whereas pintu sao and chandan thakur were brought to padma outpost on 5.8.2007 where all the three persons were subjected to torture by the police personnel to whom they identified as devanand yadav, satrughan singh and rup narayan singh.6. it has been further pleaded that in spite of all those ..... no.158 of 2007 on 6.8.2007 under section 414 and 34 of the indian penal code and also under section 33 of the indian forest act. on coming to know all about it, the said mahesh kumar came to hazaribagh along with his friends and met with the then officer-in-charge .....

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