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Feb 03 2011 (TRI)

Srinivasa Automobil Pvt. Ltd. Vs. the New India Assurance Company Ltd. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Feb-03-2011

..... a major fire accident at rajahmundry showroom where huge stocks of spare parts were destroyed. the fire engines put off the fire. on a report the police as well as fire officer have registered cases. an intimation was given to the opposite party insurance company. it had appointed sri ravi ram imandi as ..... it is also not in dispute that the insured premises was gutted in a fire accident on 18.8.2007 evidenced under fir ex. a2. the police registered it as a case in crime no. 249/2007 under the head accidental fire. the fact that the insurance company did not dispute the fire ..... basing on which the insurance had settled the claim cannot be relied not only their appointment was against the provisions of section 64 um of insurance act but also they have not any taken permission from irda for appointment of a third surveyor. the said report cannot be taken for ascertaining the value ..... appoint another surveyor. ??we also like to observe that under section 64 um of the insurance act, if the insurance company is not satisfied with the assessment of loss made by the an approved surveyor then they can request the irda for appointment of ..... is settled law that repeated appointment of surveyors till one of the reports come to its liking is contrary to the provisions of section 64 um of insurance act. the national commission in new india assurance company vs. shree shyam cotspin ltd reported in i (2009) cpj 110 (nc) held that insurance company cannot .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

A.Kajendran Vs. the Presiding Officer and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... and another, (1991) 1 llj 111(sc), and the decision of the high court of madhya pradesh in sushil kumar vs. i.t.b. police force and anr., 1994 ii llj 264 and the decision of the calcutta high court in union of india vs. central govt. industrial tribunal and others, 1986 lab. i.c. 1269. the learned counsel further submitted that ..... of employment of the appellant is clearly severable and the appellant shall be entitled to invoke the jurisdiction under the industrial disputes act questioning his removal from service.15. the hon'ble supreme court in nirchiliya and ors. vs.management of safire theatre and another, (1991) 1 llj 111(sc) was considering the ..... , even departments discharging sovereign functions, if they are units, which are industries and they are substantially severable, they can be considered to come within the section 2(j) of the act. admittedly, the appellant was only a civil motor driver in the second respondent organisation, therefore, even if the second respondent factory exclusively produces equipments for the defence department, the nature ..... for the country (see air 1999 sc 1351:(1999) 6 scc 82 ajaib singh vs. sirhind co-op. mktg.-cum-processing service society ltd).12. section 2(j) of the act defines 'industry' to mean any business, trade, undertaking, manufacture or calling of employers includes any calling service, employment, handicraft or industrial occupation or avocation of workmen. thus, the language .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Ms Md Overseas Limited Vs. Director General of Income Tax and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... to searches and seizure, shall apply to searches and seizure under section 132(1) or (1a). 29. section 165 of crpc is titled 'search by police officer'. sub-section (1) of section 165 crpc mandates recording of reasons for conducting a search. however, the counsel for the department pointed out that ..... from him, anyone was also entitled to know about the information or reasons to believe for authorising search under the right to information act, 2005 (the rti act); the search was challenged before the court of law. the department had to justify its action. this could only be done by ..... in respect of the same. 5. the warehouse at noida is situated within special economic zone (sez) created under the special economic zone act (the sez act). in this warehouse imported precious metals are stored and then dispatched for export or domestic sales. 6. sri satish bansal, sri vinod bansal ..... or the legitimate expectation, or the principles of the natural justice, or the wednsebury principle, or any other ground (bad faith, irrelevant consideration, acting under dictation etc.)--to ensure fairness in administrative action. should we adopt a procedure that might not pass the test of fairness? 79. we do ..... today, does not require reasons to be recorded as held by the calcutta high court (see below)2; the reasons are not required to be recorded. 27. the counsel for the petitioner submitted that: section 132 of the it act may not specifically provide for recording reasons. however, it applies section .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Manoj Kumar Pandey Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... that would block the picture making it inaccessible. this would be necessary to prevent future viewing of the photographs. 14. the station house officer shall therefore take help of such police officers who are experts with software and cyber crimes and forthwith block the said photographs preventing it being from viewed by anyone and at the same time retaining it as ..... applicant manoj kumar pandey involved in case crime no. 4615 of 2010 under sections 306, 109, 384, 467, 506, 294 ipc and 2 (c)/4/6 indecent representation of women act, 1986 p.s.baradari district bareilly be released on bail on his furnishing personal bond and two sureties each in the like amount to the satisfaction of the court concerned ..... during investigation leaves no room for doubt that the applicant is habitual and therefore bail should not be granted. it is further submitted by him that the overt and covert acts of the applicant can lead to further complications and suicidal attempts and therefore the ingredients for the offences for which he is charged are available. 9. sri kamal krishna learned ..... learned counsel for the applicant submits that even assuming for the sake of arguments that the applicant can be tried for the offence under the indecent representation of women (provisions) act, 1986 which otherwise is not attracted in the present case, the same is a bailable offence and that the applicant is entitled for bail. he submits that the provisions of .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Dr. Smt. Usha W/O Dhondiram Sarwade Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... appellant accused has stated in her statement recorded under section 313 of cr.p.c. that on 3.2.1996 the complainant came with letter of police of police station deogaon rangari at 9.30 p.m. and requested her to give certificate of his father showing the injuries more than the actual injuries on ..... "q no. 100. why the complainant deelip shelar gave evidence against you?ans: on 3.2.1996 he came to me with the letter of police of police station, deogaon rangari at 9.30 p.m. and requested me to give certificate of his father showing injuries more than the actual injuries on his person ..... alongwith his parents on 3.2.1996 was assaulted by one parbhat dapke and his children. after assault, he lodged a complaint in deogaon rangari police station. the police referred him and his father to the medical officer for treatment in government college and hospital aurangabad and for injury certificate. he, as well as his ..... witness from which corroboration could be found of the evidence given by the prosecution witnesses.35 yet in another case in the case of state inspector of police vishakhapatnam (supra), the hon'ble supreme court held that when authority of person to carry out investigation is questioned on the ground that he did not ..... went to acb office to act as panchas. p.w.7 told them in detail about what they are supposed to do and they prepared for trap. he has narrated details about what was happened in the office of acb. he further stated that all of them went in police jeep at about 6.45 .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

V.Lakshmi and anr. Vs. the Government of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... required and in which event, such investigation can always be ordered and in those circumstances, it will be open to the executive to exercise its power under the delhi special police establishment act, 1946.for the foregoing reasons, i am of considered view that the impugned government order has to be set aside for want of jurisdiction. accordingly, these writ petitions ..... government has presumed as if the investigation under the fourth respondent was pending and it was in those circumstances, by invoking the powers under section 6 of the delhi special police establishment act, 1946, has given consent, while, on fact, on the day when consent was given, the investigation was not at all pending before fourth respondent, and there was no ..... government, after examination of materials, the government passed the impugned order on 25.6.2010 according consent to the central bureau of investigation under section 6 of the delhi special police establishment act, 1946 to enable the central bureau of investigation to investigate the case and therefore, it cannot be said that the impugned order has been passed with non application of ..... spite of it the impugned order has been passed without taking note of these crucial facts; (iii) that such transfer of investigation under the provisions of the delhi special police establishment act, 1946 is possible only in cases where final report has not been filed and investigation was pending and even in such cases, transfer should be for a proper reason; .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Nareshwan Prahladwan Goswami. Vs. State of Gujarat.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... , for the offences punishable under sections-392 of the indian penal code, section-25(1)(a), 120(b) of the arms act and section-135 of the bombay police act, on his furnishing bond of rs.25,000/-(rupees twenty five thousand), with one surety of the like amount to the satisfaction of the lower court and subject to the ..... of the prosecution;(3). maintain law and order;(4). mark his presence before the concerned police station on every 1^st and 15^th day of english calendar month between 11:00 a.m. to ..... conditions that, he shall:(1). not take undue advantage of his liberty or abuse his liberty;(2). not act in a manner injurious to the interest .....

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Feb 05 2011 (HC)

The Regional Provident Fund Commissioner and anr. Vs. Vimal Enterprise ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-05-2011

..... .rao has contended that the appeal is of the year 1995 and after 16 years, this appeal has come on board for hearing. he has read the report of police inspector, umbergaon police station and contended that as per the said report, whereabouts of present opponent nos.1 to 5 are not known. he has also contended that the opponent no.1 ..... complaint to the said effect was registered with the court of judicial magistrate first class, umbergaon for violation of provisions of section 14(1)(a) and 14-a of the act read with paragraph 76-d of the scheme.4. heard mr.b.t. rao, learned counsel for the appellant and mr.h.l. jani, learned additional public prosecutor appearing on ..... nos.2 to 5. it is the case of the complainant that opponent nos.1 to 5-original accused were covered within the meaning of employees provident fund act and family pension fund act, 1952. it is also the case of the complainant that the opponent nos.1 to 5 were covered under the employees provident fund scheme, 1971. as per the .....

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Feb 07 2011 (HC)

R.Balakrishnan Vs. Food Corporation of India and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-07-2011

..... prosecution witness in the oral enquiry and only by production of documents everything was concluded without corroborating the charges and in effect, the enquiry officer has acted as a prosecutor. the petitioner has raised a specific point, as it is found in the report of the enquiry officer, as follows: " ..... was conducted itself is not in accordance with law, then the subsequent proceedings which have been conducted legally are not going to validate the unlawful act. for the reasons aforesaid, the writ petition is allowed and the order of dismissal passed by the first respondent stands set aside. it is ..... legal proof, as follows:"23. .... a decision must be arrived at on some evidence, which is legally admissible. the provisions of the evidence act may not be applicable in a departmental proceeding but the principles of natural justice are. as the report of the enquiry officer was based on merely ..... defeated. in this enquiry the prosecution just presented the documents and did not corroborate charges. in effect the prosecution has expected the inquiry officer to act as prosecution. this is not valid."10. even as per the details given in the report of the enquiry officer, it is not seen ..... been placed by the enquiry officer was the purported confession made by the appellant before the police. according to the appellant, he was forced to sign on the said confession, as he was tortured in the police station. appellant being an employee of the bank, the said confession should have been proved .....

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Feb 07 2011 (TRI)

Digital Infotainment Pvt. Ltd and Another Vs. M/S Anush Satellite N/W ...

Court : Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal TDSAT

Decided on : Feb-07-2011

..... shall be paid in 90 days. this will happen in no more than 2 months. xxxx 30. the petitioner no.1 also lodged a police complaint against the said respondents for misappropriation of sum of rs.6,20,000/-. it again called upon them to pay the outstanding amount by letters ..... affixed on the business transaction agreement. it is stated by the learned counsel for the respondent that in terms of article 10 schedule ii of karnataka stamp act, the business transaction agreement was required to be stamped @ 7.5% of the amount of consideration mentioned therein and as the document (marked `x ..... reply or the affidavit of its witnesses that the said business transfer agreement was inadmissible in evidence in the terms of the provision of karnataka stamp act or otherwise. 37. we have mentioned this fact specifically because we may notice that on 23.3.2010, mr.vineet chandra sharma was examined and ..... call for an extra ordinary general meeting on july 8, 2009 contrary to the provisions of the shareholders agreement, articles of association and the companies act, 1956 is totally illegal and unacceptable. your conduct and attitude in running the affairs of dipl is very alarming and seems to be only motivated ..... or as a shareholder, joint venture partner, collaborator, consult or agent or through the relatives as defined in section 2 (41) of the companies act, 1956 of the anush group or in any other manner whatsoever, whether for profit or otherwise any business, which competes with the whole or any .....

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