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Jan 04 2011 (SC)

Himanshu @ Chintu. Vs. State of Nct of Delhi.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-04-2011

..... that the public prosecutor also put leading questions to him but that does not obliterate his evidence from the record. his deposition that he informed the police control room from std booth whereas pw-3 stated that the information about the incident was received from the mobile phone no. 9210325051 hardly affects the ..... and duly corroborated by some other reliable evidence available on record. the high court and the trial court, thus, cannot be said to have erred in acting on the evidence of pw-11 which was duly corroborated by the other reliable evidence on record. we find no flaw in the judgment of the ..... for life and a fine of rs. 5000/- each with a default stipulation. a-4 was convicted for the offence punishable under section 27 of the arms act, 1959 as well. he was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for three years and a fine of rs. 2000/- with a default stipulation on that count. ..... maintained his conviction and sentence under section 302/34, ipc but as regards his conviction under section 27 of the arms act, 1959, it was altered to the offence under section 25 of the arms act, 1959. he was sentenced to suffer rigorous imprisonment for three years and a fine in the sum of rs. ..... .) noticed the legal position with regard to a hostile witness in the light of section 154 of the evidence act, 1872 and few decisions of this court as under :- "25. section 154 of the evidence act, 1872 enables the court in its discretion to permit the person who calls a witness to put any questions .....

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Jan 05 2011 (SC)

M. Nageshwar Rao. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-05-2011

..... 7.40 a.m.) the appellant is said to have made a detailed confessional statement that was recorded by ashok kumar singh (pw18), inspector of police of s.r. nagar police station, near ap transco bill-payment office, ameerpet in the presence of two panchas, namely, s. chengaiah chetty and g. venkateswara reddy (pw12 ..... have obtained the cyanide as per his confessional statement. in his deposition before the court, pw4 stated that he was threatened and cajoled by the police to say that the appellant had obtained cyanide form him on the pretext of cleaning the computer parts. he stated before the court that in ..... venkateswara reddy (who had witnessed the recording of his confessional statement) to his residence at yellareddiguda where this time, at the instance of the accused, the police officer was able to find and recover one empty limca bottle-300 m.l., lying on a shelf. the limca bottle was seized in the presence ..... reserved his opinion as to the cause of death awaiting report from the forensic experts.9. according to the appellant, he was taken in custody by the police on september 4, 2000 itself, though was shown as formally arrested three days later, on september 7, 2000. but we may, for the present, ..... 302 of the penal code. he was not charged under sections 304b or 498a of the penal code or under the provisions of the dowry prohibition act, 1961.21. before the trial court, the prosecution examined as many as 18 witnesses and produced 20 documents that were marked as exhibits. the .....

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Jan 07 2011 (SC)

New India Assurance Company Ltd. Vs. Yadu Sambhaji More and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-07-2011

..... an officer of the indian oil company. both of them assured the driver of the fallen down tanker that they would report the accident at the police station and asked him to wait near the place of the accident. later on, yet another tanker from sangli arrived at the spot and then the ..... coming to light from the evidences led before it that were not available before the superior court while dealing with the proceeding under section 92a of the act. in this case, however, as correctly noted by the high court, the position is entirely different. it is true that the case shivaji dayanu ..... the issue finally and conclusively and, hence, the claimants could not draw any benefit from it in the main proceeding under section 110a of the act based on the principle of fault or negligence of the driver of the vehicle. the high court did not accept the arguments advanced on behalf of ..... it was argued that the decision of this court in shivaji dayanu patil was rendered on a claim for no-fault compensation under section 92a of the act. it was, thus, a judgment against an interlocutory order, before any evidences were recorded in the proceeding and, therefore, the decision in shivaji dayanu patil ..... 3. the heirs and legal representatives of those people who died at the accident site filed claim petitions for compensation under section 110a of the motor vehicles act, 1939 before the mact, satara, against the owner of the petrol tanker and its insurer, the present appellant. in all the cases, claims were also .....

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Jan 13 2011 (SC)

Saraf Trading Corporation. Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-13-2011

..... for such refund. on the other hand, the decision of mafatlal (supra) was rendered in the context of section 11b of the central excise and salt act, 1944 where the expression is "any person". therefore, ratio of the decision of mafatlal (supra) would not be applicable to the facts in hand. ..... sale indicating that the purchase is made in relation to export.13. in support of the aforesaid contentions, he referred to provision of section 5(3) of the cst act which is extracted hereinbefore:- section 5 - when is a sale or purchase of goods said to take place in the course of import or export ; (1) ***** ..... the appellant for all the four years and therefore in those circumstances, there could be no question of refund under section 44 of the kgst act to the appellant.9. in the light of the aforesaid findings, the appellate tribunal dismissed the appeal as against which a revision petition was filed ..... bill of lading, export invoices etc. the appellate authority also recorded the finding that the claim of exemption under section 5(3) of the cst act is envisaged for the penultimate sales or purchase preceding the sale or purchase occasioning the export. however with regard to the refund it was noted ..... the appellant being the exporter of the aforesaid consignment claimed for exemption on the ground that purchase was exempted under section 5(3) of the cst act. the said claim for exemption was found to be genuine by the assessing authority, and was allowed in full. the appellant also made a claim .....

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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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Jan 28 2011 (SC)

State Through C.B.i Vs. Mahender Singh Dahiya

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-28-2011

..... discovered from the container. the high court further notices that the details of clothing and shoes do not find mention in the report of the police dated 30th may, 1979. the report simply mentions that there were several pieces of ladies' clothing which were seized and would be described in ..... that the respondent was nervous and agitated during the interview. he specifically returned to the police station after they had walked out of the station to complain that he felt threatened by his in-laws and expecting trouble from them. xvii) ..... pw-48. the respondent's explanation regarding the circumstances in which namita left him was made known to pwuk-17, nicolas linfoot, sergeant officer, police station, acton. he had also given the evidence on commission which was available at the trial. in his statement on commission, pwuk-17 disclosed ..... of recovery of clothes and shoes of namita along with dismembered human body.m. absconding of the accused and the efforts made by the police in apprehending him vis-`-vis explanation given by the accused in that regard.n. reference received from belgium government for extradition of the accused and ..... been duly recorded by the trial court. the respondent had been petitioning the police authorities as well as the home minister and the prime minister of india seeking protection. evading arrest would certainly be an illegal act but it does not lead to the only conclusion that the respondent was hiding .....

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Jan 31 2011 (SC)

National Council for Teacher Education. Vs. Shri Shyam Shiksha Prashik ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... of central/state government/ut administration;(2) institutions financed by central/state government/ut administration;(3) all universities, including institutions deemed to be universities, so recognized under ugc act, 1956. (4) self financed educational institutions established and operated by `not for profit', societies and trusts registered under the appropriate law.5. manner of making application ..... planned and coordinated development of teacher education and for the determination and maintenance of standards for teacher education and for the purposes of performing its functions under this act, the council may-(a) undertake surveys and studies relating to various aspects of teacher education and publish the result thereof;(b) make recommendations to the central ..... , three members of parliament, three members to be appointed from amongst teachers of primary and secondary education and teachers of recognised institutions. section 12 of the act enumerates functions of the council. section 14 provides for recognition of institutions offering course or training in teacher education. section 15 lays down the procedure for obtaining ..... and technical educational institutions and entry 65 deals with the union agencies and institutions for professional, vocational and technical training, including the training of police officers, etc. the state has certainly the legislative competence to pass the legislation in respect of education including technical education and section 20 of the .....

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Feb 02 2011 (SC)

M. NagabhushanA. Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-02-2011

..... that these two plots of land were outside the purview of the framework agreement (fwa) and notification issued under sections 28(1) and 28(4) of karnataka industrial areas development act (kiad act). while dismissing the writ petition, the learned single judge held that the acquisition proceedings in question were challenged by the writ petitioner, the appellant herein, in a previous writ ..... behalf of the appellant an additional ground has been raised that the acquisition stood vitiated since no award was passed as contemplated under section 11a of the land acquisition act (hereinafter "the said act").5. one of the contentions raised before the division bench on behalf of the appellant was that the question of principle of constructive res judicata is not applicable ..... apply its mind to the acquisition proceedings and there is total non application of mind by the government to the relevant facts in initiating the acquisition proceedings under the kiadb act.""there was a total change in the stand of the opponents with regard to the `public purpose' which was stated in the preliminary notification vis-`-vis their statement of ..... in pratap and another v. state of rajasthan and ors. - (1996) 3 scc 1. in that case the acquisition proceedings commenced under section 52(2) of rajasthan urban improvement act, 1959 and the same contentions were raised, namely, that the acquisition notification gets invalidated for not making an award within a period of two years from the date of notification .....

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Feb 10 2011 (SC)

V.S. Achuthanandan Vs. R. Balakrishna Pillai and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-10-2011

..... order of acquittal by the high court is maintainable. our view has been strengthened by a decision of this court in k. anbazhagan vs. superintendent of police and others (2004) 3 scc 767. accordingly we reject the contention raised by the learned senior counsel for the respondents.conclusion47) the analysis of the materials ..... 51 and ext.180(c) establish the case of the prosecution. the evidence further shows that the mandatory requirements contemplated under section 16 of the act regarding the constitution of consultative council was not adhered to by a1 who wanted to include a3 in the panel which states that the state government ..... acceptable evidence. the nomination of a3 to board's consultative council was made at the instance of a1. under section 16 of the electricity (supply) act, 1948, the constituting authority is the state government. the evidence led in by the prosecution shows that a1 took initiative to include the name of a3 ..... return 50% of empty cement bags in good condition and there is no need to pay the price of balance 50%. accordingly, the board can act only on the basis of the special condition no.10 regarding the return of empty cement bags and is not entitled to recover the value of balance ..... of the minister (a1). he further deposed that he had executed a promissory note for rs.5,30,000/- in favour of one yackochan, who acted as a middle man for the commission payment. he informed the court that this contract was terminated by the board.13) it was highlighted on the .....

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Feb 22 2011 (SC)

Ramesh and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-22-2011

..... machine and the ornaments was fully established. the identification of the property was also established. hence the ruling is of no consequence.in inspector of police, tamil nadu v. bala prasannas' case (cited supra), the court observed that though the accused persons were found in possession of the gold ingots ..... the ornaments. much cross- examination was wasted in showing that he did not know from where the other bangles and chains were brought by the police for the identification purpose. that was absolutely irrelevant. the evidence of jitender kumar (pw-22) is extremely important inasmuch as both ramesh (a-3 ..... explanation), therefore, would completely destroy the argument of learned counsel that there was no theft. it does not stand to reason that the police must have collected all these ornaments from the house of ramlal after the murder and planted the ornaments without any purpose for the obvious weakness ..... uses in the enforcement of the criminal law' and going by the manner in which the investigating agency acted in this case causes concern to us. in every civilized society the police force is invested with the powers of investigation of the crime to secure punishment for the criminal and ..... it is in the interest of the society that the investigating agency must act honestly and fairly and not resort to fabricating false .....

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