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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 (TRI)

M/S Bala Cable Network M/S Bala Cable Network Vs. Channel Plus-tn

Court : Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal TDSAT

Decided on : Jan-05-2011

..... matter admitted, but they may operate as estoppel under the provisions thereinafter contained. the word conclusive proof, in view of the provisions contained in the evidence act must be held to be as contra- distinguished from may presume and shall presume as also the definition of proved and not proved ..... influence, fraud, misrepresentation or mistake. section 15 which reads as under : 15. coercion defined.coercion is the committing, or threatening to commit, any act forbidden by the indian penal code (xlv of 1860), or the unlawful detaining, or threatening to detain, any property, to the prejudice of any person whatever, ..... high seas, causes b to enter into an agreement by an act amounting to criminal intimidation under the indian penal code (xlv of 1860). a afterwards sues b for breach of contract at calcutta. a has employed coercion, although his act is not an offence by the law of england, and although ..... section 506 of the indian penal code (xlv of 1860), was not in force at the time when or place where the act was done. for the purpose ..... act to which we have referred to. section 58 is required to be construed accordingly. the said legal position would appear from a judgment of a rajasthan high court in shantiman vs savitri devi reported in 2003 weekly law notes page 532. (see also jeevan ram shiv datt rai 2005 (199) ctr (calcutta .....

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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 06 2011 (HC)

Sri Lokesh, S/O Late Chandregowda, Vs. the State of KarnatakA. Rep. by ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-06-2011

..... . he shall not tamper with the evidence and shall appear before the i.o. whenever he is called upon to do so. he shall mark his attendance before the concerned police station on every sunday at any time between 10.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. and shall not leave his place without the permission of the jurisdictional magistrate. ..... person, who gave necessary instigation to the other accused persons, and no role is being assigned to the petitioner so far as the actual act of committing the murder of subbegowda in the complaint or in the other prosecution material which was collected, i am of the view that the petitioner can be granted anticipatory ..... mentally and, as such, the petitioner could not have committed the alleged offence of murder nor he is the person mentioned in the complaint as the one who committed the act of murder.4. having thus heard the petitioner's counsel and the learned government pleader for the state also submitting that the petitioner's name has been mentioned as the .....

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Jan 06 2011 (HC)

Sujan Singh, S/O Anrat Singh. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

Decided on : Jan-06-2011

..... she got free, when appellant/accused again tried to caught her, complainant threatened him by stone. then appellant/accused humiliated her by saying sorni.3. complainant lodged the report in police station, bajna on the same day. after usual investigation, the appellant was charge-sheeted before the special judge, chhatarpur4. the special judge chhatarpur, after appraisal of evidence on record, convicted ..... .2002 in special case no. 119/2000 by which the appellant/accused has been convicted under sections 3(1)(10) and 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of attrocities) act and sentenced to suffer r.i. for one year/one year and fine of rs. 100/-/ 100/- respectively with default stipulation. being aggrieved the appellant/accused has preferred this appeal ..... justice would be meet out.7. in these circumstances, conviction recorded by the trial court under sections 3(1)(10) and 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities) act is hereby affirmed.8. the appeal is partly allowed.9. the appellant is convicted under section 3(1)(10) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities ..... the period of jail sentence already undergone and fine of rs. 2500/- and under section 3(1)(11) of sc/st (prevention of atrocities) act for the period of jail sentence already undergone and fine of rs. 2500/-. in default of fine he will further suffer simple imprisonment for 1 month on each count..10. .....

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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 10 2011 (HC)

V.Thirunavukkarasu Vs. Mrs.Shobana

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-10-2011

..... that the competent authorities do not in general approach the special judge with any request seeking permission for compounding the offence as required under section 5a of the act. in our considered opinion, whenever any petition is filed by the defaulter / accused or the depositor (s) for compounding the offence, it is for ..... payment of interest and to allow compounding of offence. here, the competent authority is not a party against the defaulter / accused. the competent authority acts as an independent statutory authority to adjudicate upon the issue as to whether the entire amount has been paid with or without interest and then to ..... it abundantly clear that the competent authority is empowered to compound the offence by itself before the institution of the prosecution under section 5a of the act. on the other hand, after the institution of the prosecution, offence can be compounded by the competent authority only with the permission of the special ..... of interest and court expenses along with principal amount also, the offence could not be compounded. hence, the respondent requested the special judge under the act to pass a specific order.5. according to the petitioner, the above order of the respondent declining to compound the offence in respect of 22 ..... a complaint made by a depositor, a criminal case was registered in cr.no.158 of 1998 by the inspector of police, eow-ii, chennai which culminated in the final report in c.c.no.11 of 2000 on the file of the special judge under the .....

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Jan 11 2011 (HC)

Smt.Anasuya W/O K.H.Lokesh, Vs. K.H Lokesh S/O HanumanthappA.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-11-2011

..... 2010 (4) ta.c. 738 (cal.) (in the case of bajaj allianz general insurance company ltd. v. supriya das & another), wherein the calcutta high court has held that in a claim petition filed under section 163a of the act, even victim happens to be the owner of motor vehicle. insurance company 's liable to pay compensation provided additional premium was taken by ..... the insurer for covering the accidental death or injury of owner to the limited extent of rs. 3,09,000/-. in the case on hand. i-respondent had taken an act policy by paying a sum of rs.77/- towards third party basic premium, which did not cover the risk of rider or pillion rider. therefore, the tribunal has rightly held ..... on consideration of policy issued by 11-respondent has held that vehicle involved in the accident is ^_ covered by act policy the i-respondent had paid a sum of rs.77/- towards third party basic premium. the tribunal considering die policy covered third party risk of rs.77/- has held ..... of vehicle. nb 04. the tribunal noticing that claim petition was filed under section 163a of the motor vehicles act, 1938 (for short, 'the act') has dispensed with proof of negligence. the tribunal has held that petition is filed under section 163a of the act, even if the accident is caused due to negligence of deceased, compensation could be awarded.5. the tribunal .....

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Jan 11 2011 (HC)

Makhan Kant Sharma Vs. Union of India Thru. the Director of Revenue In ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-11-2011

..... is detained in case/seizure no. 13 of 2010, under sections 108, 132 and 135 (1)(a) (1) (a) & (b) of the customs act, 1962, from police station dri, gomti nagar, lucknow, was proprietor of a firm named and styled as m/s maa shakti industries, surajpur, situated in greater noida. initially it was ..... person acquainted with the fact of the case so as to dissuade him from disclosing such facts to the court or to any police officer; (h) the applicant shall not do any act prejudicial to the interest of the prosecution; (i) the applicant shall deposit an amount of rs. 50 lakhs with mmcb ..... or tamper with any documents; (d) the applicant shall remain present and mark his presence at the prevention of economic offences cell, cid (crime), gandhinagar zone police station, on every second sunday of even number english calendar month between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; (d) at the time of execution of ..... him from tampering with the evidence or to prevent him from inducing or intimidating the witnesses so as to dissuade them from disclosing the facts before the police or court or (iv) restricting the movements of the accused in a particular area or locality or to maintain law and order etc. to subject an ..... the facts of the particular case, as it may thinks fit, including - (i) a condition that the person shall make himself available for interrogation by a police officer as and when required; (ii) a condition that the person shall not, directly or indirectly, make any inducement, threat or promise to any person .....

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Jan 12 2011 (HC)

The Divisional Railway Manager Vs. Presiding Officer and ors .

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-12-2011

..... to stigma needs to be considered herein.12. in the decision reported in (1999) 3 scc 60 (dipti prakash banerjee v. satvendra nath bose national center for basic sciences, calcutta and others), the supreme court considered the criteria of differentiating between foundation and motive and what amounted to stigma. the supreme court referred to the decision reported in (1974) 2 ..... was not, in any way, involved in that. so too as regards the removal of cash from the guest and also for the missing gold ring, leading to a police complaint, there are hardly any material linking the petitioner to the missing cash. thus the entire allegations, including the allegation on the petitioner being quarrelsome and argumentative, are nothing ..... amount of pay and allowances for a period of one month towards notice period and an amount towards retrenchment compensation determined in accordance with section 25f of the industrial disputes act. subsequently, the petitioner approached the central administrative tribunal. by order dated 01.10.1992 in original application no.1185 of 1992, the tribunal rejected the application, directing the ..... in air 2001 sc 672 (vikramaditya pandey v. industrial tribunal & anr.), the apex court pointed out that "retrenchment", as defined under section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act, covers every case of termination of service, except those which are given in the definition and discharge from employment or termination of service of a probationer would also amount to .....

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