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Aug 16 2002 (HC)

United India Insurance Company Limited Vs. Shaik HusaIn and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-16-2002

Reported in : I(2003)ACC545; 2004ACJ958; 2002(5)ALD617

..... and as per the specific mention in the policy, both the driver and the cleaner are shown to have included in that six persons. even though the act policy does not refer to the term cleaner, but the policy itself shows that the cleaner is also included within the total number of six persons and ..... while referring to the number of persons covered by the policy, it is not open to the insurance company to contend that the policy issued was an act policy and as per the said policy cleaner is not covered by it and therefore, the company is not liable to pay the compensation as the ..... any compensation in respect of the liability of the cleaner. the learned counsel also contended that the policy issued by the appellant-insurance company is only an act policy and as per the provisions of the said policy only the driver and the passengers are covered and not the cleaner. in fact, it is the ..... lower authority.2. as per the application averments, the applicant, who is the 1st respondent in the appeal, filed the application under section 22 of the act claiming a compensation of rs. 1.20 lakhs together with interest at the rate of 24% per annum with costs and penalty for the personal injuries sustained ..... s. ananda reddy, j.1. this is an appeal by the insurance company aggrieved by the award passed under the workmen's compensation act, 1923 (hereinafter referred to 'the act') in w.c. no. 1270/95 n.f., dated 16th october, 1997.for the sake of convenience, the parties are referred as arrayed before .....

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Apr 24 2002 (HC)

Khajanchi Film Exchange and anr. Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-24-2002

Reported in : AIR2003MP3; 2002(3)MPHT103; 2002(3)MPLJ490; 2003(26)PTC183(MP)

..... and section 20 deals with the authority they can exercise. they can exercise such authority as is provided for a police officer under the police act and any act for regulating criminal procedure. the authority given to police officers must naturally be to enable them to discharge their duties efficiently of the various duties mentioned in section 23, the more important duties are to collect ..... is legally authorised to apprehend. it is clear, therefore, in view of the nature of the duties imposed on the police officers, the nature of the authority conferred and the purpose of the police act, that the powers which the police officers enjoy are powers for the effective prevention and detection of crime in order to maintain law and order.'5. there is no ..... who come within the word 'police' whatever meaning be given to that word. the preamble of the act further says : 'whereas it is expedient to re-organise the ..... which have been specially imposed on them under the act.'appellants also referred to another apex court decision in state of punjab v. barkat ram (air 1962 sc 276), paragraph 8 of which reads thus :--'8. the police act, 1861 (act v of 1861), is described as an act for the regulation of police, and is thus an act for the regulation of that group of officers .....

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Feb 05 2002 (HC)

Khajanchi Film Exchange and anr. Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-05-2002

Reported in : AIR2002MP181; 2002(3)MPHT97; 2002(3)MPLJ501

..... and section 20 deals with the authority they can exercise. they can exercise such authority as is provided for a police officer under the police act and any act for regulating criminal procedure. the authority given to police officers must naturally be to enable them to discharge their duties efficiently. of the various duties mentioned in section 23, the more important duties are to ..... is legally authorised to apprehend. it is clear, therefore, in view of the nature of the duties imposed on the police officers, the nature of the authority conferred and the purpose of the police act, that the powers which the police officers enjoy are powers for the effective prevention and detection of crime in order to maintain law and order.'learned counsel further ..... 1962 sc 276 paragraph 8 which is quoted below:--'the police act, 1861 (act v of 1861), is described as an act for the regulation of police, and is thus an act for the regulation of that group of officers who come within the word 'police' whatever meaning be given to that word. the preamble of the act further says : 'whereas it is expedient to re-organise ..... this court. the petitioners should have approached the concerned authorities first; and in the event of their failure to take preventive measures/seizure of cassettes under m.p. police regulations and the copyright act, the petitioners should have approached this court.9. it was laid down in saraswati industrial syndicate limited etc. v. union of india, air 1975 sc 460 and .....

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Nov 05 2002 (HC)

Toddy Tappers Co-operative Society Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Prohibit ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-05-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALD311; 2003(2)ALT747

..... excise officer, gadwal seeking protection in the light of the allegedincident by the rival party who in turn addressed a letter dated 16.3.2002 to the sub-inspector of police, gadwal (rural) requesting him to provide protection to the petitioner society. having found no progress in the situation, the petitioner-society has approached this court by way of ..... to do so the licence shall be liable for cancellation. since the petitioner society closed its shops it has violated the provisions of section 36(c) of the act. further act of the president of the petitioner society in avoiding to appear before the officers and keeping the shop closed during the period of raids would go to show that ..... an occasion to consider similar situation in 'smt. goka bujjamma v. prohibitionand excise superintendent, srikakulam, 2002 (1) ls 325 (db), wherein their lordships observed as follows:'a.p. excise act, 1968, section 31(1)(b) proviso - superintendent of prohibition and excise suspending licence of wine shop after issuing show-cause notice for cancellation, pending enquiry - order of suspension without affording ..... . according to the petitioner, the 3rd respondent has issued the impugned proceedings at the behest of the superior officers who raided the shop without applying his mind and without acting independently. the petitioner further stated that before issuing the impugned proceedings, the respondents did not afford any opportunity of hearing, which is in gross violation of principles of natural .....

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Nov 28 2002 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise, Shillong Vs. North-eastern Tobacco Com ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-28-2002

Reported in : AIR2003SC616; 2003(85)ECC12; 2002(146)ELT490(SC); JT2002(9)SC635; (2003)1SCC161

..... its manufacturing unit in the export promotion industrial park, amingaon, the company made an application for grant of a licence under the provision of the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951. in its application for grant of industrial licence, the company made a request that the industrial licence which it possessed for the unit in operation in bangagarh in joint ..... not define the expression 'new industrial unit' and therefore, it has to be understood on the basis of provisions of the industrial law and particularly the industries (development & regulation) act, the provision contained in section 11 of which requires for obtaining of a licence or permission in the prescribed manner and form for setting up a new industrial undertaking. for ..... counsel for the parties. we have examined the contents of the exemption notification and the correspondence exchanged between the company and the concerned department under the industries (development & regulation) act. we do not find any ground to interfere with the decision of the cegat and its conclusion that the unit of the company at amingaon is entitled to the benefit ..... satisfied that it is necessary in the public interest so to do, hereby exempts the good specified in the first schedule and the second schedule to the central excise tariff act, 1985 (1 of 1986) and cleared from unit located in the growth center or integrated infrastructure development center of export promotion industrial park or industrial estate or industrial .....

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Apr 23 2002 (HC)

Hindusthan Mitra Club and ors. Vs. State of West Bengal

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-23-2002

Reported in : (2002)3CALLT515(HC),2002(4)CHN1

..... existence for the last 50 years to 100 years and in the month of february, 1993 a board of officers which comprised of the representatives of the local military authority, calcutta police, defence estate officer and public works department reviewed all sports clubs and tent houses on the maidan. after such review the said board identified certain clubs, which are not ..... that till the filing of the writ petition, commissioner of police, calcutta, had been referring all cases of use of calcutta maidan to the general officer commanding, bengal area custodian of the calcutta maidan on behalf of the government of india. it has been stated that in the past, when the commissioner of police acted in contravention of the existing orders, the matter was brought ..... to the notice of the chief secretary, government of west bengal and the general secretary directed certain arrangements to continue. 10. in para 9 of the said affidavit, the deponent on behalf of the respondent 5 stated that in calcutta maidan there are about 69 ..... said club'). the said club is a society registered under societies registration act and the writ petitioner nos. 2 to 7 are members of the said club. the writ petitioners have challenged a show cause notice dated 22nd february 2000 issued by the deputy commissioner of police, head quarters, lalbazar, calcutta-700 001, to the general secretary of the said club. in the .....

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Apr 10 2002 (HC)

J. Venkateswarlu Vs. Union of India (Uoi) Represented by Its Cabinet S ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-10-2002

Reported in : 2002(2)ALT725; 2002CriLJ4009

..... -1968 issued a notification in exercise of the power conferred by the first proviso to sub-section (1) of section 5a of the prevention of corruption act, 1947 authorising the inspectors of police of the anti corruption bureau of andhra pradesh to investigate any offence punishable under sections 161 and 165 or 165a of the indian penal code without the ..... and without jurisdiction. it is submitted that the investigation as is required under section 17 of the poc act, 1988 shall be done by the deputy superintendent of police or a police officer of equivalent rank. reliance is placed upon section 17 of the poc act, 1988, which reads:17. persons authorised to investigate:- notwithstanding anything contained in the code of criminal ..... procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), no police officer below the rank,-(a) in the case of the delhi special police establishment, of an inspector of police; (b) in the metropolitan area of bombay, calcutta, madras and ahmedabad and in any ..... other metropolitan area notified as such under sub-section (1) of section 8 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), of an assistant commissioner of police; (c) elsewhere, of a deputy superintendent of police or a police officer of equivalent rank,shall investigate any offence punishable under this act without the .....

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Jan 14 2002 (HC)

Mustan Patel Vs. State of West Bengal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-14-2002

Reported in : (2002)1CALLT455(HC),2002(2)CHN318

..... in its entirety do not disclose any offence far less cognizable offence, committed by him and as such, the learned magistrate could not and should not have acted mechanically in directing the enforcement branch, calcutta to investigate the case under section 156(3) of the code without due application of his mind to the facts of this case. but, at that stage ..... 420 ipc against the accused persons and as such there is no reason for interference by this court with regard to the impugned order passed by the learned metropolitan magistrate, calcutta wherein it has been categorically held by him that the present case shall proceed against the accused persons/petitioners under sections 78 and 79 of the trade and merchandise marks ..... of large amount of discount offered by the manufacturer to the shopkeepers dealing in such spurious goods.7. the complainant company started making enquiry at various places including bombay and calcutta and came to learn that the accused in criminal conspiracy and in collusion with each other are manufacturing, storing, selling and marketing their spurious products in the brand name of ..... reliefs.13. i have heard the learned senior counsel for the petitioner, mr. dllip kumar dutt and sri ashim roy, learned counsel for the state who taking me through the police papers submitted by the i.o. has contended before me that the charge-sheet of the present case disclosed sufficient materials to proceed against the present petitioners also under section .....

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Feb 15 2002 (SC)

State of Punjab Vs. Harnek Singh.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-15-2002

..... police;(c) in the presidency-town of bombay, of ..... provisions of section 5a of the 1947 act which provided:"5a. investigation into cases under this act - (1) notwithstanding anything contained in the code of criminal procedure, 1898 (5 of 1898), no police officer below the rank, -- (a) in the case of the delhi special police establishment, of an inspector of police;(b) in the presidency-towns of calcutta and madras, of an assistant commissioner of ..... with the investigation into cases under the act and section 17 provides:"17. persons authorised to investigate. -- notwithstanding anything contained in the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), no police officer below the rank, --(a) in the case of the delhi special police establishment, of an inspector of police;(b) in the metropolitan areas of bombay, calcutta, madras and ahmedabad and in any .....

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Apr 23 2002 (SC)

Bibekananda Mukhopadhyay Vs. Supriya Chatterjee

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-23-2002

Reported in : 2002(3)BLJR1992; JT2002(Suppl1)SC514

..... india. the appellant was due to return to india in december, 1992. before his return the respondent had lodged a report with the park police station, calcutta in october, 1992 alleging that her husband was missing in italy and his whereabouts were not known to her. this was followed by a ..... husband of respondent-sprayer chatterjee. they were married on 25th june, 1986. the marriage was performed according to the provisions of the 'special marriage act, 1954 ('the act' for short). at the time of marriage the respondent was staying with her friend. in december, 1987 the parties jointly filed an application for ..... the parties since the marriage. cumulatively also the allegations do not make out a case of mental cruelty under section 27(1)(d) of the act. therefore, the impugned judgment of the high court is unassailable. accordingly, the appeal is dismissed, but in the circumstances of the case without any ..... law.7. it is the contention of learned counsel appearing for the appellant that cumulative effect of these facts is that the wife has been acting in a cruel and unreasonable manner towards the husband which has caused mental agony and harassment to him.8. from the discussions in the ..... divorce by mutual consent under section 28 of the act. for some reason the matter was not pursued further and the petition was dismissed for non-prosecution, vide the order of the family court dated .....

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