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Nov 14 2011 (HC)

Mrs.Nirmal Yadav Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation and Another

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-14-2011

Reported in : 2011(4)RCR(Cri)809; 2012(1)CriCC165

..... band, the departmental enquiry established the allegation against the appellant, the government might find itself in possession of more material than that disclosed by the police investigation on which to decide whether a sanction should or should not be granted. we cannot read into the correspondence, as was suggested on behalf ..... 15 lakhs to accused nirmal singh. as rightly pointed out by the additional legal adviser such statements or documents were given to the local police prior to the registration of fir and therefore, the ingredients of sections 192/193 ipc are not attracted. the additional legal adviser has rightly ..... on being directed by justice kaur, the peon amrikh singh caught hold parkash ram with the help of guard, shri gurvinder singh and thereafter local police was called who detained parkash ram. a formal fir was, however, registered on 16th august, 2008 on the complaint of shri amrik singh, peon ..... and justice mrs. nirmal yadav, the then judge of punjab and haryana high court, petitioner herein. initially, the case was investigated by the chandigarh police, however, the case was transferred to cbi, pursuant to a do letter dated 26.8.2008 from the then governor of punjab and administrator of ut ..... to the high court of uttrakhand. an fir no.250 of 2008 was registered at police station, sector 11, chandigarh under sections 11 and 12 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as the act), section 120-b read with sections 192, 196, 199 and 200 of the .....

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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Aradhana Drinks and Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

..... 2003 bye-laws. [9] the petitioner, in support of its first contention, relies upon the view taken by three honble high courts of madras, calcutta and karnataka in (i) v. vasudeva bhat v. the revenue officer, corporation of madras, 1963 mljr pg-7; (ii) writ petition no.9039 ..... of 2007 (hutchison essar south ltd. v. bruhat bangalore mahanagara palike); (iii) calcutta soft drinks pvt. ltd. v. calcutta municipal corporation and ors., air 2007 cal 136, respectively. [10] the state of punjab has filed its counter-affidavit defending the powers ..... building, it can be described as the trade or business. the high courts of calcutta and karnataka have followed the aforesaid view while examining the similar worded-provisions of the respective state acts. we see no reason to differ or take a contrary view as the interpretation given ..... corporation, ludhiana through its additional commissioner (respondent nos.2and3) has also filed its separate reply defending the constitutional validity of the provisions of the act and the 2003 bye-laws. the corporation draws support from the decision in municipal corporation of greater bombay v. bharat petroleum corporation ltd., (2002 ..... of the municipality contained in sections 122, 123 and 399(1) (h)(16) of the act, for controlling and regulating the .....

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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Sarbdeep Singh Virk Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

Reported in : 2011(4)RCR(Cri)844; 2012(1)CriCC215

..... :- "the petitioner is seeking quashment of fir no. 10 dated 8.9.2007 registered under sections 168, 169, 216. 218, 120-b ipc read with 13 (2) p.c. act, 1988, with police station fs-i, vigilance bureau, mohali, and various other reliefs. in support of the contention for quashment of the fir, it is vehemently argued by mr. bansal, learned counsel ..... , 218 and 120-b of the indian penal code (for short ipc) read with section 7, 13 (1) (d) (e) and section 13 (2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (for short pc act), registered at police station, fs-1 vigilance bureau, mohali (annexure p-19)and various ancillary reliefs. 2. the petitioner was a member of the all india service (indian ..... .r.(criminal) 372 : (1997)1 supreme court cases 416, were observed. it is further alleged that son of the petitioner sought information from delhi police under the right to information act and he was informed that delhi police was not informed regarding the arrest of the petitioner from delhi. the petitioner was, however, granted bail by the high court on 31.10.2007 ..... various spells right from the year 1984 till 2007. an fir no. 10 dated 08.09.2007 was registered by the police at police station, fs-1, vigilance bureau, mohali (punjab) under the above mentioned sections of the ipc and the pc act, respectively, containing various allegations. the same are being summarized hereunder :- (a) while serving as a government servant in the state .....

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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Vitthal Pandurang Pawar and ors Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

..... . he instructed the treasury officer not to handover the cheque to anyone and informed his superior. eventually, he lodged a report with the bund garden police station on 5-2-1980 and on which an offence was registered and investigation commenced. 4. on 25-2-1980 madhukar wagale, who was in ..... uttered a note of caution pointing out that it would be risky to found a conviction solely on the evidence of a handwriting expert and before acting upon such evidence, the court must always try to see whether it is corroborated by other evidence, direct or circumstantial. .... 18. there can be ..... by this court that expert s evidence as to handwriting being opinion evidence can rarely, if ever, take the place of substantive evidence and before acting on such evidence, it would be desirable to consider whether it is corroborated either by clear direct evidence or by circumstantial evidence. this court had ..... provision is inapplicable to the case at hand, since the case pertains to events prior to the coming into force of the 1988 act. in this context the question that arises would be whether on non- availability of authority competent to sanction prosecution the matter must be relegated back ..... required to find out if the authority had indeed applied its mind and then accorded sanction. sub-section (3) of section 19 of the pc act, 1988 provides that an error, omission or irregularity in the sanction would not warrant reversal of a finding unless it occasioned failure of justice. this .....

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Nov 11 2011 (HC)

Ajaykumar Yadaorao Nikhar Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-11-2011

..... secretary to government social welfare department. - chairman 2) commissioner, social welfare - member 3) commissioner, tribal welfare - member 4) commissioner, welfare of backward classes. - member 5) inspector general of police, c.b.c.i.d. (p.c.r. and vigilance cell). - member 6) additional secretary/joint secretary/deputy secretary to the government social welfare department. - member (convenor) b) this ..... classes rules for issue of community certificates rules (1997) (draft rules) under a.p (scheduled castes,. scheduled tribes and backward classes) regulation of issue of community certificate act (16 of 1993), and finds that said 52 rules are substantially in conformity with directions issued by it in that behalf. as we are concerned with composition of ..... no.7 which denied appointment or promotion to candidate whose caste claim was under consideration of scrutiny committee. petitioners assailed it as contrary to s.6(3) of act 23 of 2001 & also directions in madhuri patil. state government attempted to justify it in public interest. condition was held unreasonable & set aside after noticing impossibility ..... 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--referred to as act no.23 of 2001 hereafter. petitioner has sought that caste certificate on 9/3/1983 & contested election as councilor of municipal council, bhandara on 22/1/ .....

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Nov 09 2011 (HC)

Lt. Col. Prasad Shrikant Purohit Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-09-2011

..... , which read as under :- 268. the net result is that any confession or statement of a person under the tada act can be recorded either by a police officer not lower in rank than of a superintendent of police, in exercise of the powers conferred under section 15 or by a metropolitan magistrate or judicial magistrate or executive magistrate or special ..... traffic prevention act, 1956 under section 13, authorize only a police officer of a specified rank to investigate the offences under those specified acts. (5) the police officer if he is seeking the custody of any person for ..... ; (4) notwithstanding anything contained in the code of criminal procedure, 1973, no police officer below the rank of an assistant commissioner of police in the metropolitan cities and elsewhere of a deputy superintendent of police or a police officer of equivalent rank, should investigate any offence punishable under this act of 1987. this is necessary in view of the drastic provisions of this ..... act. more so when the prevention of corruption act, 1988 under section 17 and the immoral .....

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Nov 09 2011 (HC)

Syed Tajudeen Madani Vs. the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-09-2011

..... :-(i) within 4 weeks of receipt of a copy of this order, the first respondent shall apply to the tamil nadu electricity regulatory commission under section 86(1) of the act, for a clarification as to whether a classification between advocates having consultation rooms in their own residences and advocates having consultation rooms in other places would be a reasonable classification ..... , though it is attached to the residence of the second petitioner. therefore, it is necessary to have a closer scrutiny.13. consequent upon the enactment of the electricity regulatory commission act, 1998, the government of tamil nadu constituted the tamil nadu electricity regulatory commission, under g.o.ms.no.58, energy department, dated 17.3.1999. the commission issued its maiden ..... establishment and establishment appearing in section 2 (4) and (8) of the kerala act.12. in k.kanagasabapathy vs. the chairman, tamil nadu electricity board {w.p.no.21731 and 26956 of 2003 decided on 23.12.2010}, b.rajendran, j., was concerned with ..... reference to a larger bench.11. in v.sasidharan vs. m/s.peter and karunakar and others {air 1984 sc 1700}, which arose under the kerala shops and commercial establishments act, the supreme court held that a lawyer's office cannot be construed as a commercial establishment. but the said decision was with reference to the definition of the expressions commercial .....

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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 (TRI)

Adv. T. Joseph Chairman, Rural Development Centre Vs. the Secretary, K ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Decided on : Nov-04-2011

..... to pay this amount from his own pocket. there is no doubt that it is unfair trade practice and deficiency in service as per the provisions of the consumer protection act. the complainant is only liable to pay rs. 9,240 + rs. 3,85 = (total amount 9,625/-) the opposite parties have no right to collect rs. 27,098/-. as per ..... . b1 and b2 documents. the counsel for the opposite parties submitted that the assessment was done by the opposite parties as per the section 126(5) (6) of electricity amendment act 2007 an assessment at the rate equal to two times the tariff applicable for a period of 12 months immediately proceeding the date of inspection must be imposed. the counsel ..... equal to 2 times with tariff applicable for a period of 12 months immediately proceeding the date of inspection much imposed, as per section 126 (5) (6) of electricity amendment act, 2007. the fora taken a view that the assessment of the opposite party is correct, hence the impugned bill issued by them is also upheld by the forum below. 6 ..... .27,908/- has been issued out of previous enmity is false. on 18.9.09 , a surprise inspection was conducted by the authorized office under section 126 of the electricity act and it is found that consumer no. 7764 has an unauthorized load of 7kw and a mahazer was prepared and copy of the same was given to the employees present .....

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Nov 04 2011 (HC)

Bhagchand Uttamchand Vs. the Inspector of Police and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-04-2011

..... petitions in crl.o.p.(md) nos. 8741 and 9385 of 2011 are allowed.f.i.r. in crime no.203 of 2011 on the file of the first respondent police, kodaikanal police station, dindigul district, is hereby quashed.consequently, connected miscellaneous petitions are closed. since the f.i.r. in respect of the crime no.203 of 2011 is quashed, ..... mill owner, dindigul. only with their assistance and background the said galada has been ending rowdy elements, threatening our lives, to grab the property. it is very unfortunate that a police officer in the rank of inspector general supporting land grabbers and anti social elements. moreover, signatures were forcefully obtained from zavier michael, our family head to the effect that he ..... for anticipatory bail stating that they are innocent and their names have been falsely implicated in this case. now they are apprehending for arrest at the hands of the respondent police, hence they have come forward with these petitions for seeking anticipatory bail. heard the learned counsel for the petitioners/accused and the learned additional advocate general for respondent.5. ..... to the spot with pockalines and bulldozers took possession of the building forcibly before demolishing them. the strong arm act was perpetrated with active connivance of powerful people and land grabbers.(iii) the defacto complainant presented a petition before the director general of police, chennai on 25.09.2010 stating that at the behest of certain powerful people, his family is being .....

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