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Jan 27 2011 (HC)

BHAGiBEN CHAMNABHAi PARMAR - THRO' CHAMNABHAi D PARMAR. Vs. STATE OF G ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-27-2011

..... fetes." this prayer is made in the following factual background:2.0 on 11.10.2010, father of the petitioner filed a complaint before the deodar police station, which is registered as c.r. no. i-149/2010, for the alleged offences punishable under section-366 of the indian penal code ..... if the termination of pregnancy is necessary, in view of the provisions of explanation-1 of sub-section(2) of section-3 of the said act, bearing in mind the observations made above. while doing so, they will also examine and certify if the physical condition of the petitioner would permit ..... , where request for termination of pregnancy is made on such grounds. of course, explanation-1 of sub-section(2) of section-3 of the said act provides for a presumption. nevertheless, such presumption can be rebutted and the certification of the doctor would depend upon a number of other factors, including the ..... and section-3(1)(x)of the schedule castes and schedule tribes (prevention of atrocities) act, 1989.2.1 the complainant had alleged, inter alia, that his daughter aged about 18 years, was kidnapped by one amratji agraji thakore, the original ..... say that the girl has implicated the accused of having committed rape. she has stated before the police that the accused had, had intercourse with her against her wish.5.1 section-3 of the said act provides for the instances, for which a pregnancy can be terminated by a registered medical practitioner. .....

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Jan 28 2011 (HC)

Ranabir Saha Vs. the State of West Bengal and anr.

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Jan-28-2011

..... employment) scheme, 1970 in exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (1) of section 4 of the dock workers (regulation of employment) act, 1948. it also appears that by resolution no. 137 dated 25.03.1965 the calcutta dock labour board has accepted the recommendation of the sub-committee taken at its meeting held on 2nd and 5th february, 1965 in ..... place on record any document before this court to show that at the material point of time the chairman, calcutta port trust was empowered to act as chairman of the calcutta dock labour board and as such was the appointing and disciplinary authority of the calcutta dock labour board. 26. in such sanction order shri roy has not mentioned that such sanction was accorded ..... any authority lower than the appointing authority. 23. thus, from a plain reading of the dock workers (regulations of employment) act, 1948 and the rules and schemes framed by the calcutta dock labour board thereunder it appears to me that the calcutta dock labour board is the appointing authority as well as the disciplinary authority of its executive officer like the present petitioner ..... employee by the appointing authority. therefore, the next relevant question is to decide who is the appointing authority of the calcutta dock labour board. 18. it appears that unlike the major port trusts act, 1963 the dock workers (regulation of employment) act, 1948 was passed for the purpose of constitution and function of dock labour board to be established under section 5a thereof .....

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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 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 (HC)

Anuj Agarwal and Anrs. Vs. the Central Bureau of Investigation

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... a case cbi/spe/bs & fc/rc bsk 204 dated 17.12.2004 was registered against mihir kanti mazumdar, the then branch manager, uco bank, beck bagan branch, calcutta (2) anup mukherjee, the then chief officer(credit), regional office, uco bank, kolkata. 3) pankaj shah, 4) sarat kobi, 5) ravi kataruka, 6) manoj todi ..... the allegations in the f.i.r. do not constitute a cognizable offence but constitute only a non-cognizable offence, no investigation is permitted by a police officer without an order of a magistrate as contemplated under section 155(2) of the code4.5. where the allegations made in the fir or complaint ..... in the first information report and other materials, if any, accompanying the f.i.r. 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. ..... read with section 13(2) and 13(1) (d) of the prevention of corruption act.5) the present petitioners anuj agarwal and umesh chandra agarwal filed an application before the learned judge-in-charge, 3rd special court, calcutta on 05.02.2009 praying for their discharge/acquittal from the case.6) the learned ..... ors. under sections 420,467,468,471/120 b of the ipc read with section 13(2) and 13(1) (d) of the prevention of corruption act.4) it was alleged that during the period 2000-2002 mihir kanti mazumder entered into a conspiracy with private person such as pankaj shah, sarat kobi, ravi .....

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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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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)

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 (TRI)

Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance Co. Ltd., Rep. by Executive-claim S. ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... partys hospital, incurring expenses are all not in dispute and only point that arise for consideration is, whether the third opposite party had committed any negligent act, amounting to deficiency in service, in not honouring the bill, on the basis of the policy, for which, the key is ex.a2 or the ..... as its agent namely the second opposite party failed to pay the amount, thereby compelling the complainant to discharge the bill. in this view, alleging negligent act as well as deficiency in service, a complaint came to be filed as said above. 7. as far as the facts, the complainant was a ..... negligence, curing the problem, they have charged rs.32,034/- under ex.a4. when the first opposite party, has not committed any deficiency or negligent act, when the second and third opposite parties have not paid the amount, as per the health card for the service rendered by them, they have collected ..... canvass any deficiency, for not paying the amount since the repudiation was in order, as per the terms and conditions, which cannot be termed as negligent act also. thus, they also prayed for the dismissal of the complaint. 5. the first opposite party namely, the second respondent in this appeal, is the ..... policy called ??cashless policy ? ended in vain, resulting not only over stay in the hospital, but also, causing mental agony. by the negligent and deficiency acts committed by the opposite party, the complainant was put to mental agony, for which, he is entitled to a sum of rs.50,000/-, in addition .....

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