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Dec 05 2011 (SC)

R.K. Mittal and ors. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-05-2011

Reported in : 2012(2)SCC232; 2012(1)MLJ1143; 2012(1)SCJ747; AIR2012SCW390; AIR2012SC389

..... in industrial/institutional area and specified pockets for commercial use within the residential sector, strictly earmarked for that activity in the development plan, regulations and provisions of the act. 4. that the development authority shall consider the request for allotment of alternative spaces to the banks and the persons carrying on other commercial activities, with priority and ..... of administrative justice squarely apply to such functioning and are subject to judicial review. the development authority, therefore, cannot transgress its powers as stipulated in law and act in a discriminatory manner. the development authority should always be reluctant to mould the statutory provisions for individual, or even public convenience as this would bring an inbuilt ..... perversity in the discharge of statutory obligations on the part of the development authority. the public interest, as codified in the statutory regulations and the provisions of the act, should control the conduct of the development authority and its decision making process, rather than popular public demand guiding the exercise of its discretion, that too, in ..... commercial purpose was in violation of the provisions of the lease deed of the plot. invoking the provisions of the u.p. industrial area development act, 1976 (for short, `the act'),the development authority gave them opportunity to file objections. to these notices, the appellants not only filed objections but also appeared before the development authority .....

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Nov 25 2011 (SC)

Rasiklal Manickchand Dhariwal and anr Vs. Ms M.S.S.Food Products.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-25-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)KLT4(S.N); 2012(1)LW1; 2012(2)SCC196,2012(1)SCJ513,2012(1)CTC741; 2012(2)SCC196; 2012(1)KCCR6(SN); 2012(1)MWN(Civil)434; 2012(2)MLJ595; AIR2012SCW1101

..... inspire confidence as assignment has been made for a consideration of rs. 500/- which is too meager and, as a matter of fact, the bombay police after investigation found that the two assignment deeds dated may 1, 1986 and april 1, 1992 were forged and fabricated. 65. we are not persuaded ..... supervisory jurisdiction. having regard to the facts of the present case, which we have already indicated above, it cannot be said that the trial court acted illegally or with material irregularity or irrationally or in an arbitrary manner in passing the orders dated february 28, 2005 and march 17, 2005. the ..... the courts of civil judicature also have to adhere to the procedure prescribed in the code and where the code is silent about something, the court acts according to justice, equity and good conscience. the discretion conferred upon the court by the code has to be exercised in conformity with settled judicial ..... was an appealable case. he also argued that the documents referred to in the affidavits have not been proved according to the provisions of the evidence act and under order xviii rule 4 of the code. it was, thus, contended by the learned senior counsel that there has been absolutely non-application ..... ors.1, this court stated the principle that one who hears must decide the case. the court said : the second objection is that while the act and the rules framed thereunder impose a duty on the state government to give a personal hearing, the procedure prescribed by the rules impose a duty .....

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Nov 25 2011 (SC)

State of Haryana Vs. Rajmal and anr

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-25-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)KLT8(SN); AIR2011SCW6816; 2012(2)SCJ258; 2012(2)MLJ(Crl)141; 2012CriLJ688

..... along with head constable bir singh/p.w.-2 formed a raiding party and raided the house of the accused persons. b) on seeing the police party, both the accused persons by scaling the wall, fled away from their house by taking advantage of the darkness. c) however the investigating ..... such other officer of the animal husbandry department as may be prescribed. 20. the expression slaughter is defined in section 2(e) of the act, which is as follows: 2(e) - slaughter means killing by any method whatsoever and includes maiming and inflicting of physical injury which in the ..... after the appreciation of evidence, vide judgment- dated 14.09.1998 the trial court convicted the accused persons under section 8 of the said act and sentenced each of them to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year. h) the accused persons challenged the aforesaid conviction and sentence ..... . sessions judge, gurgaon were set-aside by the high court in revision. 3. the accused persons were convicted under section 8 of the act and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year by the court of sub-divisional judicial magistrate, ferozepur vide judgment dated 14 ..... -accused persons (hereinafter the accused persons ) from all the charges levelled against them under section 8 of the punjab prohibition of cow slaughter act, 1955 (hereinafter the act ). by this impugned order, the judgment and order passed by the sub- divisional judicial magistrate, ferozepur and the appellate order passed by .....

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Nov 14 2011 (SC)

Union of India and ors. Vs. Ramesh Gandhi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-14-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)SCC476; 2012(1)KLJ284; 2012(1)KLT47SN; 2012(1)SCC(Cri)467; 2012(1)MLJ(Crl)664; 2012(2)SCJ963

..... where, 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 code. 5. where the allegations made in the fir or complaint ..... the allegations 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. ..... through source offence : u/s. 120b r/w 420 ipc and sec. 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of pc act, 1988. name and address of the accused : (1) shri p.n. tiwary, the then coal controller, calcutta (retd.) (2) shri r.p. srivastava, the then g.m. sales, ccl, ranchi (retd.) (3) shri s.k ..... being passed both by this court as well as by the high court favourable to the private company. 5. fir reads as follows: delhi special police establishment, ranchi branch first information report crime no.rc 13(a)/2000(r), date and time of report : 15.11.2000 at 1700 hrs. place of ..... is therefore registered and investigation is taken up. sd/- 15.11.2000 [a. prasad] dy. supt. of police, cbi/spe/ranchi, investigating officer dated 15.11.2000 6. according to the fir, the various acts and omissions narrated therein of the accused caused a huge wrongful loss of approximately rupees ninety lakhs to the ccl .....

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Nov 08 2011 (SC)

Anand Vs. Committee for Scrunity and Claims and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-08-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)SCC113; 2012(1)MLJ830; AIR2011SCW6559; AIR2012SC314; 2012(3)SCJ496

..... maharashtra scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, de- notified tribes, (vimukta jatis), nomadic tribes, other backward classes and special backward category (regulation of issuance and verification of) caste certificate act, 2000 (for short the act'). the act made statutory provisions for verification and scrutiny of caste claims by the competent authority and subsequently by the caste scrutiny committee. in exercise of its rule making power ..... he claims to belong. in other words, an enquiry into the kinship and affinity of the applicant to a particular scheduled tribe is not alien to the scheme of the act and the rules. in fact, it is relevant and germane to the determination of social status of an applicant. we are of the view that for the purpose of ..... to decide the caste claim of the appellant within eight weeks of the date of receipt of the copy of the order. respondent no.2 was also directed not to act upon the termination notice. 3. in furtherance of the said order, the appellant made an application to the caste scrutiny committee under rule 11 of the maharashtra scheduled tribes ( ..... under the act, the state notified the rules laying down a complete procedure for obtaining and verification of scheduled tribes certificate. therefore, insofar as the state of maharashtra is concerned, the verification .....

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Nov 04 2011 (SC)

J and K Housing Board and anr. Vs. Kanwar Sanjay Krishan Kaul and ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-04-2011

Reported in : 2011(10)SCC714; 2012(1)SCJ591; AIR2011SCW6709

..... after taking us through the provisions of the j&k housing board act, 1976, particularly, framing of housing schemes and acquisition and disposal of land contended that in the absence of any approved scheme by the board, it is not permitted to proceed ..... of the above discussion, we agree with the reasoning and ultimate conclusion of the learned single judge quashing the acquisition proceedings from the stage of section 5a of the state act and the decision of the division bench affirming the decision of the learned single judge. 24) apart from the above infirmities, mr. venugopal, learned senior counsel for the respondents ..... thereupon. in the last part, i.e., part viii, which provides miscellaneous provisions, section 43 speaks about the service of notice and makes it clear that how notice under this act shall be made etc. 9) according to mr. rajiv dhawan, learned senior counsel for the appellants, the requirement, particularly under section 4, had duly been complied with and because ..... the contesting respondents herein. 5) mr. rajiv dhawan, learned senior counsel appearing for the board, after taking us through the entire acquisition proceedings and the relevant provisions of the state act submitted that inasmuch as all the procedures had been meticulously followed by the board and possession was also taken before filing of the writ petition, the order passed by the .....

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Oct 18 2011 (SC)

U.P. Avas Evam Vikas Parishad Vs. U.P. Power Corpn. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-18-2011

Reported in : (2011)10SCC223; 2011AIRSCW6299; 2012(2)SCJ588

..... lights on any new road/street shall be that of the local authority concerned.4.45 the estimate shall be prepared as per the provisions of the indian electricity act, 1910 and on the basis of charges approved by the commission. the licensee shall submit once in two years a proposal to the commission for approval of various ..... code, 2002 which has statutory trappings was formulated to carry out functions earlier assigned to the u.p. electricity regulatory commission under section 10 of the u.p. electricity reforms act, 1999 (already extracted above). this is apparent from the order of the u.p. electricity regulatory commission, reproduced hereunder:- electricity supply consumers regulation, 1984, formulated by the erstwhile ..... sale, distribution or supply in the state;(d) to promote competition, efficiency and economy in the activities of the electricity industry to achieve the objects and purposes of this act;(e) to regulate investment approval for transmission, distribution or supply of electricity to the entities operating within the state;(f) to aid and advise the state government in matters ..... had been drawn to carry out the responsibilities vested with the uttar pradesh electricity regulatory commission under section 10 of the u.p. electricity reforms act, 1999. section 10 of the uttar pradesh electricity reforms act, 1999 is being reproduced hereunder:-s.10. functions of the commissionthe commission shall have the following functions; namely,-(a) to determine the tariff for .....

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Oct 13 2011 (SC)

Trambakeshwar Devasthan Trust and anr. Vs. President, Purohit Sangh an ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-13-2011

Reported in : 2011AIRSCW6210; 2012(2)MLJ631; 2012(2)SCJ611

..... of the trust or having direct interest so as to conflict with the administration and management of the trust. as observed earlier section 2(10) of the act would envelope even the beneficiary of the trust. understood thus, it is incomprehensible that the tungars, purohits or the pujaris in the devasthan ..... to partake or is in the habit of partaking in the distribution of gifts of the temple is a person having interest. section 47(3) of the act quoted above provides that the charity commissioner shall have regard to the factors mentioned in clauses (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) while ..... with the wakf or to participate in any religious or charitable institution under the wakf,(d) in the case of a society registered under the societies registration act, 1860, any member of such society, and(e) in the case of any other public trust, any trustee or beneficiary; 47. power of charity ..... the charity commissioner.3. the sole trustee gokhale, however, challenged the order dated 30.11.1981 of the charity commissioner under section 72 of the act before the district judge, nashik. after hearing the parties the 5th additional district judge, nashik in his order dated 28.12.1993, held that tungars ..... at trambakeshwar near nashik (for short `the temple').2. the facts very briefly are that a public trust under the bombay public trusts act, 1950 (for short `the act') was registered in respect of the temple in 1952 and one jogalekar was appointed as its sole trustee with hereditary succession. in 1965, .....

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Sep 29 2011 (SC)

Union of India Through Its Secretary, and ors. Vs. Rabinder Singh.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-29-2011

..... was clearly erroneous. 18. the respondent had full opportunity to defend. all the procedures and steps at various levels, as required by the army act were followed and it is, thereafter only that the respondent was cashiered and sentenced to r.i. for one year. there was no allegation of ..... in order to bring home an offence under this section, one of the necessary ingredients was that the accused had willfully and with intent to defraud acted in a particular manner. the code, however, does not contain a definition of the words `intent to defraud'. this court, therefore, observed in ..... loss to another'. 11. the offence with which the respondent was charged was doing something with intent to defraud. according to the respondent, the act attributed to him was only to countersign the contingent bills. the fact is that the army got defrauded by this countersigning of the contingent bills ..... by court-martial, be liable to suffer imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years or such less punishment as is in this act mentioned. 10. shri tripathi learned asg appearing for the appellant submitted that the division bench erred in holding that the particulars of the charges ..... case against the respondent was remanded for trial by a general court martial which was convened in accordance with the provisions under chapter x of the army act. the respondent was tried for four charges. they were as follows:- the accused, ic16714k major deol rabinder singh, sm, 6 armoured regiment, attached .....

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Sep 26 2011 (SC)

Lalit Kumar Modi. Vs. Ch. V. Board of Control for Cricket in India, an ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-26-2011

..... and held that the test of `real danger' of bias is the valid test and not the one of reasonable apprehension. in m.p. special police establishment v. state of m.p. reported in [2004 (8) scc 788], the constitution bench was concerned with the question of bias in the ..... 31. as far as the disciplinary actions by societies and associations are concerned, many of the societies under the tamil nadu societies registration act and similar state acts, are smaller societies. it is another matter that the first respondent society is a large body having large resources. if the members or ..... and submit themselves to the jurisdiction of the domestic tribunal, though some of the members of the tribunal may even appear to him to be acting like prosecutors. a member cannot place himself above the institution. he is bound by the rules, and cannot complain unless the inquiry disclosed malafides ..... a committee consisting of three persons of whom the president shall be one of them to inquire into and deal with the matter relating to any act of indiscipline or misconduct or violation of any of the rules and regulations by any player, umpire, team, official, administrator, selector or any ..... india (hereinafter referred to either as `first respondent' or the `bcci'). 2. the first respondent is a society registered under the tamil nadu societies registration act, 1975. the petitioner, herein, is a member of the first respondent representing one of its constituent associations. as a part of its activities, the .....

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