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Jan 13 2011 (HC)

Satrughan SahA. Vs. State of Bihar, and anr.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-13-2011

..... demand, certain papers were produced by the driver and it transpired that papers were issued by one abinash bhandar in favour of r.k. industries, calcutta. the block development officer suspected the documents as forged and thereafter, came to the conclusion that owner of abinash bhandar in collusion with transport owner ..... petitioner.2. short fact of the case is that on 4.1.1998, the block development officer, amarpur jointly with officer-in-charge, amarpur police station intercepted a truck loaded with 110 bags of tisi (edible oil seed). on weighment, it was found that the tisi was 110.10 quintal ..... "confiscation of an essential committee or a truck is permissible only if the provisions of any order made under section 3 of the essential commodities act are violated". in some and substance, learned counsel for the petitioner has argued that neither the seized article was controlled item nor in the case ..... , it was found that there were no violation of any of the provision or any order framed under section 3 of the essential commodities act and as such the learned district magistrate had set aside the confiscation proceeding vide its order dated 6.11.1998 passed in confiscation case no ..... the charge sheet, the learned special judge, by its order dated 15.2.1999, took cognizance of offence under section 7 of the essential commodities act.3. aggrieved with the order of cognizance, the petitioner approached this court by filing the present petition, which was admitted on 2.9.1999. while .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

ideal Financing Corporation Ltd. Vs. State of Bihar, and anr.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... recoverable from the complainant. after receipt of the notice from the arbitrator, with a copy of the statement of claim, the complainant's karpartas went to calcutta and approach the accused persons. however, the accused persons persuaded him to deposit rs.1,30,000/-, which was paid in cash and draft. after receipt ..... the court is of the opinion that in a civil dispute, the complainant had tried to give a colour of criminal offence and the learned magistrate, acting on such complaint, has committed an error. 9. in the facts and circumstances, the court is of the opinion that order of cognizance is not ..... that accused no.5 had got an order from chief judicial magistrate, araria for providing police protection to him for seizure of the vehicle, which was kept in their custody. subsequently, the complainant came to know that civil court, calcutta, by an order dated 10.11.1995, had appointed one smt. mukti dutta as ..... and to seize the vehicle. accordingly, with the help of police, the seizure was conducted. it was alleged by the complainant that an amount of rs.1,30, ..... receiver to seize the vehicle and said smt. mukti dutta had authorized the accused no.5, an employee of accused no.1/company to act as the authorized agent of the receiver .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

Ajay Pratap Singh. Vs. State of Bihar.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... petitioner was named as accused along with other three persons in the first information report but no cogent material was collected by the police during investigation and only on the strength of a letter issued under the signature of the petitioner he has been made accused in ..... is that on the basis of written application submitted by one jamuna singh, the district agriculture officer, patna to the officer incharge of pataliputra police station, a first information report vide kotwali (s.k.puri) p.s. case no.1108 of 1984 was registered for the offences under ..... furnished account of cash book balance of rs. 3,55,977/- and had violated the provisions of insecticides act by selling damaged insecticides.3. after registering first information report, the police conducted investigation and finally on 30.11.1989 submitted chargesheet under sections 409, 468, 471 and 120b ..... selling diethin m-45 on 25 per cent subsidy to farmers. however, the selling of said damaged diethin m-45 was contrary to insecticides act. the biscomaun has never informed the licensing authority and joint director, plant protection. it was submitted that the purported letter had given unauthorized ..... of the indian penal code and section 18 of the insecticides act, 1968. after submission of the chargesheet, cognizance was taken .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

Bal Mukund Ishwar. Vs. Ranjana Devi.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... my opinion, the evidences are not necessary for consideration.11. in view of my above discussion, in my opinion, in the present case, hindu marriage act 1955 is not applicable and, therefore, the applicant-appellant is not entitled for any relief. the learned court below has rightly, therefore, found that the ..... 125 cr.p.c. and filing application for amending the charge adding 498 (a) i.p.c. and section 4 of the dowry prohibition act. therefore, admittedly in the present case according to the applicant, there was no marriage. this declaration that there had been no marriage between the ..... , in such circumstances when the marriage is not admitted by the appellant, there is no question of declaring the alleged marriage void. hindu marriage act, 1955 is applicable only in case of admitted marriage. the different provisions have been made for declaring the admitted marriage either as void or nullity ..... for?5. after trial, the learned court below found that the appellant is not admitting the marriage and, therefore, the provisions of hindu marriage act are not applicable and dismissed the application of the appellant.6. the learned counsel for the appellant submitted that it is the case made out ..... passed by the learned 6th addl. district judge, begusarai in matrimonial case no.11 of 1999 dismissing the applicant's application under hindu marriage act.2. the applicant-appellant filed an application praying for the reliefs that on adjudication, the court be pleased to hold and declare that so .....

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Nov 18 2011 (HC)

Senior Divisional Engineer(2), Eastern Railway, Mugalsarai and Another ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Nov-18-2011

..... ) where the allegations in the first information report and other materials, if any, accompanying the fir do not disclose a cognizable offence, justifying an investigation by police officers under section 156(1) of the code except under an order of a magistrate within the purview of section 155 (2) of the code. (3 ..... section 4 and final notification as per section 20 of the act must locate and identify the identity of the lands which has been covered and notified as a reserve forest. there is no description with regard ..... and after having hearing over the objections if any and making such inquiry finally it has to be notified in accordance with section 20 of the act. section 23 prescribes a forbidding proviso by which any right of an individual is derecognized. that means to say the preliminary notification as per ..... pointed out in complaint) in the aforesaid background, no prosecution can be allowed to proceed for violation of any of the provision of indian forest act (bihar amendment). at this juncture it would be pertinent to incorporate the salient feature for declaring the reserve forest which is to be identified as ..... 172 of 2001 pending in the court of chief judicial magistrate, rohtas at sasaram under section 33 read with section 41,42 of the indian forest act. 2. forest range officer filed written report on 23.04.2001 before the learned cjm disclosing therein that on the same day while he was .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

Parmeshwar Singh. Vs. State of Bihar.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... were any evidence direct or indirect or circumstantial to connect the petitioner in the crime. save and expect comment of the superintendent of police in the supervision note that the petitioner was entrusted with the enquiry prior to the institution of this case and the petitioner in his ..... is that on the basis of written application submitted by one jamuna singh, the district agriculture officer, patna to the officer incharge of pataliputra police station, a first information report vide kotwali (s.k.puri) p.s. case no.1108 of 1984 was registered for the offences under ..... , 468, 471, 418 and 120-b of the indian penal code and section 18 of the insecticides act against nine accused persons including the petitioner, who was, at the relevant time, posted as assistant director of agriculture, plant protection (survellian), govt. ..... pesticides deal besides he had not furnished account of cash book balance of rs. 3,55,977/- and had violated the provisions of insecticides act by selling damaged insecticides.3. after lodging the first information report, the case was investigated and finally chargesheet was submitted under section 409, 420 ..... to farmers but sale of damaged dithane m-45 was contrary to the insecticides act. the biscomaun did not inform the licencing authority and joint director, plant protection and hence violating the provisions of the act, farmers were supplied with sub standards medicine. it was further alleged that records .....

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Jan 31 2011 (HC)

Partho Mukherjee, and anr. Vs. State of Bihar, and anr.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... . it was accused no1, who can be held responsible for loss occurred to the complainant. in any event, it was submitted that the petitioners cannot be held responsible for an act committed by accused no.1, i.e. raman kumar, who was the managing director of m/s gangotri beverage, jamshedpur. the complainant had entered into an agreement with accused no .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Anil Kumar Tripathi. Vs. State of Bihar, and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... the co-accused was appointed authorized attorney by the receiver, who was appointed receiver in terms of the order by civil judge, city civil court, calcutta, and thereafter, petitioner alongwith others assisted the authorized attorney to take possession of the truck in question, and as such, the court is of the ..... sri durga das sangiri vide cr. misc. no. 17299 of 1998 in which a direction was issued for conducting an enquiry, and thereafter, sub divisional police officer, sonepur, district saran, filed an affidavit annexing with a report which revealed that the truck was not traceable and sri chhotan singh (the opposite party ..... court, petition in respect of opposite party nos. 2 & 3 stood rejected. since, the matter was pending for long period and it was a police case, it was considered to hear the matter even in the absence of opposite party no. 2 and 3 and as such, the case was heard ..... under sections 392/364 of the indian penal code. police after investigation submitted charge sheet against four accused persons including the petitioner.3. after the charge sheet was submitted, the learned magistrate took cognizance of the ..... nearby village. after drinking water, he again came back. thereafter, he noticed that truck had gone towards nasariganj. the informant, thereafter, came to the police station, and on the basis of fard-beyan, bikramganganj p.s. case no. 73 of 1998 was registered on 13.4.1998 for the offences .....

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Feb 25 2011 (TRI)

Life Insurance Corporation of India Vs. Vijay Bahadur Singh

Court : Bihar State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Patna

Decided on : Feb-25-2011

s.c. jha, president: 1. this appeal has been directed against the order dated 31.1.2008 passed in consumer complaint no. 108/2005 by the learned district consumer disputes redressal forum, bhojpur at ara (hereinafter to be referred to as district forum) whereby and whereunder compound interest @ 9% has been awarded for the period between march, 2003 and march, 2007 in respect of annuity payment. 2. heard the learned counsel for the l.i.c.-appellant. nobody appeared for the respondent. 3. the complainant-respondent has filed complaint stating therein that he had taken a policy as jeevan dhara policy from the appellant bearing policy no. 510087186 dated 20.3.1988, the maturity date of which was 20.2.2003, i.e., after 15 years. under the terms of the policy, if the life assured survives the full term of the policy, then he gets an annuity in the form of a monthly amount, which is known as monthly pension and if the life assured dies during the continuance of the policy, then the nominee gets the sum assured and was also entitled for monthly amount of annuity. 4. the complainant vijay bahadur singh being an employee of the state bank of india had obtained the aforesaid policy through the agent and used to deposit the premium regularly from his salary and the policy was matured on 20.2.2003 and thereafter the complainant deposited all the papers in the l.i.c. office at ara but no payment was made and hence the complaint. 5. the l.i.c.-appellant appeared before the district forum .....

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Mar 01 2011 (HC)

Umesh Chandra Singh and ors . Vs.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Mar-01-2011

..... supreme court, accordingly, set aside the order of the calcutta high court. in my opinion, the decision of the supreme court in the above case is of no assistance to the appellants. in this very decision, the supreme court has ..... , and as such the correctness of the same could be challenged in an appeal from the final order. it was specifically held in that case that the order of the calcutta high court was not appealable to the supreme court and, therefore, the bar under sub-section (2) of section 105 of the code of civil procedure was not attracted. the ..... lie from the order of remand, the correctness thereof could be challenged by an appeal from the final decision. in that case, an order of remand was made by the calcutta high court in exercise of its revisional power under section 115 of the code of civil procedure. it was observed by the supreme court after referring to the various decisions .....

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