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Feb 14 2011 (TRI)

inderjeet Singh Vs. the Union of India, Through the Secretary, Ministr ...

Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Jaipur

Decided on : Feb-14-2011

..... which can lead to any body to commit such an offence. the rifle was not recovered from direct possession of the accused-applicant but it was handed over to the police by one maj nikhil kumar. there is very likelihood that the decision will take a longer time. without going into the merits of the case, the applicant prayed for suspension ..... argued that while conducting the proceedings under summary general court martial, the authorities have not complied with the army rules 61 and 67, so also sec.132 of the army act. there is no evidence, which could suggest that members of the court martial have deliberation on its finding in closed court in the presence of the judge-advocate and decision ..... -applicants assisted by col veerendra mohan, officer-in-charge(legal) has argued that court martial proceedings have been conducted against the accused-applicant as per the provisions of the army act and army rules and at the time of conclusion, doors of the court were closed and every member of the court martial has ..... acted independently and gave their own opinion independently and separately. if the presiding officer appended his signatures on the proceedings then it would be presumed that every member of the court .....

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Feb 14 2011 (HC)

State of West Bengal and ors. Vs. the Supreme Industries Limited

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Feb-14-2011

..... certificate of eligibility. similarly, the eligibility period for deferment of payment of tax shall be available only subject to fulfillment of conditions and restriction contained in section 40 of the act and the rules made thereunder.we find that the expanded unit of the respondent has not violated any of such conditions and thus, the concerned authority illegally refused renewal of ..... of tax or remission of tax. a registered dealer holding an un-expired certificate of eligibility for deferment of payment of tax or remission of tax issued under the previous act shall, within one hundred and twenty days from the appointed day, apply to such senior joint commissioner or joint commissioner or deputy commissioner, as the commissioner may, by an order ..... of the respondent no. 1, however, has opposed the aforesaid contention advanced by mrs. roy and has contended that in view of section 40 of the west bengal sales tax act, 1994, the expression existing industrial unit means an industrial unit which exists in west bengal and manufactures goods in such unit immediately before it starts commercial production in its expanded ..... started commercial production.5. on 30th april, 2003 the said second expanded unit also obtained eligibility certificate for remission of tax under section 41 of the west bengal sales tax act, 1944 for a period of 7 years and prayed for extension of eligibility certificate from time to time and filed application for renewal of eligibility certificate for the period of .....

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Feb 14 2011 (HC)

The National Assn. of the Deaf Through Its Joint Secy. and anr. Vs. Un ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-14-2011

..... nothing else has been stated in that regard and hence, the said ground does not merit any consideration.(iv) the uploading in the delhi police website about the entitlement of a deaf person to get a licence does not have any impact on the decision taken by the authorities who ..... test of article 14 of the constitution and, in fact, invites the frown of the said article.5. it is contended that the delhi police has already answered the queries under its section faqs', that a deaf person can drive a private motor car. it is urged that a person ..... signs, traffic lights, traffic controllers, policemen and take appropriate action on signs given by other road users;(n) act correctly at pedestrian crossings, which is not regulated by traffic lights or traffic police, by giving preference to persons crossing the roads;(o) keep well to the left in normal driving;(p) ..... ) "hearing impairment" means loss of sixty decibels or more in the better year in the conversational range of frequencies;24. chapter iv of the act mandates how the government and local authorities shall provide to children with disability free education; make schemes and programmes for non-formal education; research for ..... decision which restricts the grant of driving licence under the 1988 act has not taken into consideration the effect and impact of the beneficial provisions contained in the 1995 act and, therefore, deserves to be quashed. (e) when the delhi police in its website has already given the information that there is .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

E. Sathish Kumar and ors. Vs. the Inspector of Police and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... 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 ..... ) where, the allegations in the fir 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 code. (5) where the allegations made in the fir or ..... of fraudulent documents and for making false statement.4. on such a complaint dated 25.3.2010 given by the second respondent, the inspector of police, central crime branch, chennai suburban, st. thomas mount has registered a case in cr.no.41 of 2010 for the offence punishable under secs ..... against the accused. (6) where there is an express legal bar engrafted in any of the provisions of the code or the concerned act (under which a criminal proceeding is instituted) to the institution and continuance of the proceedings and/or where there is a specific provision in the ..... code or the concerned act, providing efficacious redress for the grievance of the aggrieved party. (7) where a criminal proceeding is manifestly attended with malafide and/or where .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

Bhagwan Prasad. Vs the State of Jharkhand.

Court : Jharkhand Ranchi

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... secluded place near christian graveyard (hereinafter referred to as the place of occurrence). at about 6.30 a.m. p.w. 9 nand lal prasad, a police-man of hatia police station, on being informed, came to the place of occurrence. the fire was extinguished, and the body of the deceased was found in a badly burnt ..... expected that they would produce the said photographs and have them proved by this witness pw-22 as being the same photographs which were handed over to the police or to the c.b.i. since no such attempt has been made, therefore, the secondary and hearsay evidence of this witness on the point of ..... be to give out every fact which would lead to the punishment of the culprit, and (3) his deceased sister had earlier launched a criminal case in bariyatu police station based on her love affair with one p.p.n. rai, thus the back-ground is not so 'prestigious' as to sustain the explanation. the post ..... any independent corroboration, solely on the bald and dogmatic opinion of such a person, even if such opinion is assumed to be admissible u/s 45 of evidence act.26. to summarise, we find (a) that the motive which has been proved is at best that there was some relationship between the accused and the deceased ..... of examination1. the three .38" revolvers (marked w/1, w/2 and w/3) ofthe parcel q-2 described above are 'firearms' as defined in the arms act, 1959 and are in working order.2. the .38" fired bullet (marked bc/1 contained in the parcel no.q-1 had been fired from the .38" revolver .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

M. Joy Varghese and ors. Vs. the State and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... 359 (state of orissa vs debendra nath padhi)9. mr. hassan mohammed jinnah, additional public prosecutor for the first respondent would submit that the courts below have rightly considered the police report and the materials sent along with it and also negatived the defence materials and this court need not interfere with the findings of the trial court.10. the crux ..... of the abetment, and no express provision is made by this code for the punishment of such abetment, be punished with the punishment provided for the offence. explanation: - an act or offence is said to be committed in consequence of abetment, when it is committed in consequence of the instigation or in pursuance of the conspiracy, or with the aid ..... properties were already hypothecated with the canara bank in kerala state and as such he has been cheated by the petitioners. indisputably, the bank has initiated the proceedings under sarfeasi act for the recovery of its dues.12. the petitioners would contend that the defacto-complainant has suppressed material facts in their complaint. according to the petitioners,the defacto-complainant did ..... would submit that before taking cognizance of offence, the courts below ought to have seen whether there are enough materials to frame charges against the accused and the court cannot act as the mouth piece of the prosecution without any effective role in considering the matter. the learned counsel further submitted that the courts below have misconstrued the guidelines laid down .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

R. Karunkakaran Vs. the Inspector of Police

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... to have taken cognizance of the offences under ipc. the other ground taken is also that the cbi is not empowered to investigate as the necessary notification under the special police act was not issued.13. mr.m.c. govindan, learned counsel for the petitioner elaborated the entire dates and events and pointed out that even according to the charge sheet, the ..... regarding fema. moreover, the respondent, in paragraph 12 of his memo has stated as follows:"12. ... cbi is drawing its power of investigation from the provisions of delhi special police establishment act 1946 and the government of india had issued its first notification vide no.7/5/55-avd dated 6.12.1956, no.7//5/57 dated 23.03.1957, no ..... charges .33. therefore, the present application with a prayer to recall taking cognizance is misconceived.34. the learned counsel for the petitioner submitted under sec.3 of the delhi special police establishment act, the respondent is not notified to investigate. the learned counsel relied on a decision reported in 1996 (9) scc 735 (central bureau of investigation vs state of rajasthan and ..... irrespective of the statutory demarcation of jurisdiction nor they have got any such wholesome powers in the matter of investigation in all matters. the said delhi special police establishment act 1946 hereinafter shortly called as act of 1946 constitutes an organisation called central bureau of investigation or in short as cbi in order to investigate into offences to which they are empowered under .....

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Feb 21 2011 (HC)

Dharam Pal. Vs. Financial Commissioner.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-21-2011

..... the deputy commissioner cum collector, sirsa. the petitioner was involved as an accused in fir no.155 of 29.8.1995 for commission of offence under section 302/34 ipc, police station ellenabad, and district sirsa. the petitioner was further convicted after trial by the additional sessions judge, sirsa, vide judgment dated 3.10.1997.5. it seems that after conviction ..... have much confidence and rely upon a person, who, even though, might have been acquitted but who has been tried for murder and remained in custody, either in judicial or police."14. the duties of a headman have been provided under rule 20 of the rules. rule 20 when extracted reads as under:-"20. duties of headman.- in addition to the ..... , assist all officers of the government in the execution of their public duties, supply, to the best of his ability any local information which those officers may require, and generally act for the landowners, tenants and cwp no.1143 of 2011 [7] residents of the estate or sub-division of the estate in which he holds office in their relations with .....

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Feb 22 2011 (HC)

Venkataramanappa, Bangalore and Others Vs. State of Karnataka, Bangalo ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-22-2011

..... the societies and the societies engaging middlemen for getting hold of lands utilizing the services of the state government by getting lands notified under the provisions of the land acquisition act, 1894, for the benefits of the society only indicates that the activities of the present respondent-society is fully a situation squarely attracting the ruling of division bench of ..... sy.nos. of nelakadirenahalli village, yeshwanthpur hobli, bangalore north taluk in favour of karnataka house building co-operative society ltd., bangalore, enforcement of lands under section 47 of land acquisition act. ref: letter no.slao.hbcs.8/87-88, dated 23/30.10.1992. the special land acquisition officer, bangalore sub-division, bangalore in his letter under reference above has ..... acquisition of lands in as many as 4 villages namely laggare, jarakabande kaval, nelakadaranahalli and jakkur, in all measuring 97 acres in different survey numbers of these village, but not acting by itself, but having availed of the services of a middleman viz., one v.m. mariswamappa, through an agreement entered into between this agent and forth respondent-house building ..... the collector is opposed or impeded in taking possession under this act of any land, he shall, if a magistrate, enforce the surrender of the land to himself, and, if not a magistrate, he shall apply to a magistrate or (within the towns of calcutta, madras and bombay) to the commissioner of police and such magistrate or the commissioner (as the case may .....

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Feb 22 2011 (TRI)

Barma Bhowmick and Others Vs. Union of India Through the Secretary, Mi ...

Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-22-2011

..... , kolkata). raja bhowmick, the second petitioner, is the son of the deceased havildar bikash kumar bhowmick. the present transfer application has arisen from wp no. 12404 (w)/2008 filed at calcutta high court. 2. the petitioner, subsequent to the death of her husband havildar bikash kumar bhowmick, received her entitled pension related benefits in march, 2002 including ??special family pension ? as ..... reliance in the case of khadeja bibi(supra). in the ibid case, while discussing on compassionate appointment to the son of the deceased employee of state education department, the honble calcutta high court noted that ??delay is not a ground of rejection ? (paragraph-19 and 20 of the ibid judgment). 34. the petitioner has contested each point that has been ..... held that compassionate appointment could not be denied on the ground that family benefit scheme was available. the learned counsel also drew our attention to another division bench decision by calcutta high court in the case of tapan kumar barman (supra), where they, in the judgement on a similar case, have heavily relied upon the ratio of the case of ..... , where the honble justice have also quoted balbir kaur (supra). 25. the learned counsel for the petitioner also relied upon a judgment delivered by the supreme court under consumer protection act, that has highlighted the context of the term ??reasoned order ? . to prove another point that delay in submission of application, could not be held an issue, the learned counsel for .....

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