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Nov 25 2011 (HC)

K.A. Roy Vs. State of Kerala, Rep by Public Prosecutor

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-25-2011

..... their evidence identifying the appellant for the first time in the witness box is not admissible to sustain conviction. for want of non-examination of the police constable, sebastian, who alone was familiar with the appellant, the prosecution should fail. therefore, the conviction and sentence under challenge are not sustainable ..... identity was ascertained during the course of investigation. prosecution has no good explanation for not examining the police constable, p.c. sebastian, who alleged to have identified the appellant. the result is that there is no direct evidence proving the identity of ..... the appellant was mentioned in exts.p1 and p2 on the basis of hearsay information. according to pw4, the appellant was identified by the police constable, p.c. sebastian. there is no case for pw4 that during the course of investigation, the appellant was arrested or that his ..... sack. mo1 series are the remaining 266 packets of arrack. mo3 is the empty packets, from which the samples were taken. returning to the police station, a case was registered for which ext.p2 fir was prepared pw4 took over the investigation. he went to the scene of occurrence, ..... (ad hoc-ii), kasaragod. the learned additional sessions judge, after trial, convicted the appellant for offence under section 55(a) of the abkari act and sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for one year and a fine of rs.1,00,000/- with a default sentence of rigorous imprisonment for 2 months .....

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Nov 25 2011 (HC)

Rajendra Jonko Vs. the Superintendent of Police

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-25-2011

..... the finding that all the relevant materials including the statements recorded by the investigating officer had not been placed for consideration by the city commissioner of police, madras because only a report of the vigilance department was placed before him. the high court also came to the finding that although the personal ..... had authorised the prosecution of the appellant. the hierarchy in the department obtained by the appellant by filing a query under the right to information act which he has made available for my perusal, does not show that the under secretary was not authorised to issue sanction order. therefore, reliance ..... taken of what proportion of assets in excess of the known sources of income constitutes "disproportion" for purpose of section 5(1)(e) of the act. there can be no doubt about the proposition that merely because the assets are in excess of known sources of income, that in itself cannot ..... by order dated 2-11-1987 (exhibit-140) to investigate into the crime in exercise of powers under section 5-a(1) of the pc act, 1947, similar authorisation was not issued in the name of tyagi. therefore, he submitted that the entire investigation carried out by tyagi in jharkhand, ..... and she has been assessed by the income-tax department, it will not be proper to hold the accused guilty under the prevention of corruption act as his explanation appears to be plausible and justifiable. the burden is on the accused to offer plausible explanation and in the present case, he .....

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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 24 2011 (HC)

M/S. Nortel Commodeal Private Vs. Unknown

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-24-2011

..... company) shall be convened and held at m/s l.p.tiwari and; co., advocates, emerald house of 1b, old post office street, 4th floor, calcutta-700 001at 10.30 am on january 6, 2012 for the purpose of considering and if thought fit, approving with or without modification a scheme of amalgamation between ..... company) shall be convened and held at m/s l.p.tiwari and; co., advocates, emerald house of 1b, old post office street, 4th floor, calcutta-700 001at 11.45 am on january 6, 2012 for the purpose of considering and if thought fit, approving with or without modification a scheme of arrangement between ..... company) shall be convened and held at m/s l.p.tiwari and; co., advocates, emerald house of 1b, old post office street, 4th floor, calcutta-700 001at 11.30 am on january 6, 2012 for the purpose of considering and if thought fit, approving with or without modification a scheme of arrangement between ..... company) shall be convened and held at m/s l.p.tiwari and; co., advocates, emerald house of 1b, old post office street, 4th floor, calcutta-700 001at 11.00 am on january 6, 2012 for the purpose of considering and if thought fit, approving with or without modification a scheme of arrangement between ..... aforesaid together with a copy of the said scheme of amalgamation, a copy of the statement required to be sent under section 393 of the companies act, 1956and the prescribed form of the proxy be served under certificate of posting upon each of the holders of the said equity shares in the respective .....

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Nov 24 2011 (HC)

Provati Mondal Vs. the State of West Bengal and ors

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-24-2011

..... as well as inter-state stage carriage permits in pursuance of the directions of the hon'ble division bench of the hon'ble high court at calcutta in fma no.604 of 2004 (re:sujata ganguly and; ors.) after careful consideration of the matter, in exercise of powers conferred under sub ..... court has arrived at such a conclusion in the judgment under reference. after a plain reading of the above provisions of the motor vehicles' act, 1988, i find that the above provision was application in respect of a region where there was no regional transport authority. therefore, the ..... stage carriages; and] (d) to discharge such other functions as may be prescribed." after harmonious reading of the above provisions of the motor vehicles act and the notification under reference, i find that the instant case has not been covered by the above notification. further, in view of the provisions of ..... to any directions issued under section 67 and the state transport authority shall, subject to such directions and save as otherwise provided by or under this act, exercise and discharge, throughout the state, the following powers and functions, namely :- (a) to co-ordinate and regulate the activities and policies of ..... -section 3(a) and; (b) of section 68 of the motor vehicles act, 1988, the government has been pleased to consider it necessary that for betterment of passenger transport in the state and for maintenance of better coordination .....

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Nov 23 2011 (HC)

Wireless And#8211; Tt Info Services Ltd. and Others Vs. State of Karna ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-23-2011

..... have no authority to make physical demand in respect of the telecommunication towers installed. it was their contention that the provisions of the karnataka municipalities act, panchayath raj act and karnataka municipal corporation act does not provide for the imposition of property tax, licence fee, permission fee etc., on telecommunication towers. 2. the learned single judge though ..... permissible for the local authorities to regulate, levy and collect taxes or fees in respect of mobile telecommunication towers/posts under the presently subsisting charging section of the acts under consideration. 15. having arrived at the above conclusion, the next aspect for consideration is as to whether the learned single judge was justified in the instant ..... placard, notice, device or representation, whether illuminated or not, in the nature of, and employed wholly or in part for the purpose of, advertisement, announcement or direction: karnataka municipal corporations act, 1976. 103. taxes which may be imposed. subject to the general or special orders of government, a corporation shall. (a) xxxx (b) (at rates not ..... plinth, doorstep, staircase or any other such structure, whether of masonry, bricks, wood, mud, metal or any other material whatsoever; but does not include a portable shelter. karnataka municipal corporations act (2) (1-a) building includes, - (a) a house, out-house, stable, privy, shed, hut, wall, verandah, fixed platform, plinth, door step and any other such structure .....

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Nov 23 2011 (FN)

Mcgowan (Procurator Fiscal, Edinburgh) (Appellant) Vs. B (Respondent) ...

Court : UK Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-23-2011

..... right of suspects to have access to a solicitor (1) this section applies to a person ('the suspect') who (a) is detained under section 14 of this act, (b) attends voluntarily at a police station or other premises or place for the purpose of being questioned by a constable on suspicion of having committed an offence, or (c) is (i) arrested (but ..... para 6.5 of code c of the code of practice for the detention, treatment and questioning of persons by police officers which was introduced in england to meet the requirements of the police and criminal evidence act 1984 (pace). this requires a police officer to tell a suspect that he can speak to a solicitor by telephone if has refused initially to seek ..... with access to a solicitor prior to and during interview. the guidelines provided that individuals who attended voluntarily for interview by police, or were detained under section 14 of the criminal procedure (scotland) act 1995 for that purpose, or were interviewed by police between arrest and charge should first be offered (a) a private consultation with a solicitor prior to interview; and (b ..... questioning of the suspect by a constable for the purpose of obtaining the information mentioned in section 14(10) of this act." 75. section 4 of the manual of guidance on solicitor access (2011) produced by the association of chief police officers in scotland ("acpos")in response to the enactment of section 15a states: "4.1 the [new section 15a] has been .....

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Nov 22 2011 (HC)

Magma Fincorp Ltd Vs. Md. Yusuf Ansari and anr

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-22-2011

..... any mechanism for the adjudication of the debt, the inherent principles of justice and fairness cannot be disregarded upon a seemingly unimpeachable claim being lodged. the respondents are not from calcutta or bengal. 7 they may or may not have received adequate notice for a presumption to arise that they were dodging the reference. it is such presumption that is writ ..... with exemplary costs assessed at 6000 gm. there are several other anomalies that are apparent but would fall within the scope of an enquiry under section 34 of the 1996 act. such other matters are not specifically alluded to. urgent certified photocopies of this order, if applied for, be supplied to the parties subject to compliance with all requisite formalities. (sanjib ..... produce the same upon a request from any appropriate judicial forum. it was necessary to call for the records following this application under section 9 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 being filed at the post-award stage. prima facie, any award or any document that emanates from this arbitrator has to be seriously assessed before being accepted. this arbitrator ..... : ms. sutapa sanyal, adv. ... for the petitioner mr. sanjib dawn, adv. ... for the arbitrator the court : this is a post-award petition under section 9 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996. pursuant to a direction issued on november 21, 2011 all papers relating to the reference have been produced on behalf of the arbitrator. the following papers have been deposited .....

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Nov 22 2011 (HC)

Prasun Banerjee and Others Vs. the State of West Bengal and Others

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-22-2011

..... has he suffered a legal wrong or injury, in the sense, that his interest, recognised by law, has been prejudicially and directly affected by the act or omission of the authority, complained off? is he a person who has suffered a legal grievance, a person "against whom a decision has been ..... the government of west bengal, transport department in exercise of power conferred by clause (a) of sub-section 3 of section 71 of the motor vehicles act, 1988. the route nos. 219 as also l238, the routes on which the writ petitioner and the applicant have been plying their respective vehicles, have ..... number of vehicles in respect of which have been limited/restricted in exercise of power conferred by section 71(3)(a) of the motor vehicles act, 1988 behind his back. no objection is raised by the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the state-respondents with regard to the above submissions ..... routes and the maximum limit of granting stage carriage permits had been fixed by a notification issued under section 71(3)(a) of the motor vehicles act, 1988 to 25 and 45 respectively in respect of the aforesaid routes. according to the applicant, the creation of bye-route of route no. ..... the bye-route in view of the liberalised policy of the motor vehicles act. learned counsel appearing on behalf of the writ petitioner relies upon the decisions of sanjit chakraborty v. state of west bengal and; ors. reported in air 207 calcutta 252; sekhar chatterjee, achyutanonda chatterjee vs. abdur rahim mondal and; ors. .....

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Nov 21 2011 (HC)

Queen Mary

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-21-2011

..... to the maintenance of the academic and administrative autonomy of an aided institution. the state can very well provide the basic qualification for teachers. under the university grants commission act, 1956, the university grants commission (ugc) had laid down qualifications to a teaching post in a university by passing regulations. as per these regulations ugc conducts national ..... infringing article 30(1)."the judgment in sindhi education society v. chief secretary, government of nct of delhi,(2010) 8 scc 49, again interpreting various provisions of the act, after exhaustively surveying the previous decisions on the interpretation of article 30, stated that:"100. the power to regulate, undisputedly, is not unlimited. it has more restriction ..... but was given up during the stage of hearing.3. it is argued that rules 47, 64 (1) (e) to the extent they enable the authorities under the act, to require absorption of surplus teachers in other schools, by minority educational institutions, is impermissible. similarly, the powers conferred by rule 96 were challenged notwithstanding the introduction of rule ..... constitution of india. the petitioner institutions have established schools, in the national capital territory of delhi. these schools are regulated by the delhi school education act, 1973 ("the act"); and rules framed under the act (hereafter "the rules").2. the petitioners claim to be aggrieved by what they term as intrusions into their power to administer, according to their .....

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