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Sep 05 2011 (SC)

Mrinal Das and ors. Vs. State of Tripura

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-05-2011

Reported in : (2011)9SCC479

..... examination-in-chief, he had clearly stated that he was one of the accused in the case and during investigation he was arrested by the police. on completion of investigation, the investigating agency submitted charge-sheet against him along with others for trial. in categorical terms, he asserted that he ..... makes it clear that the burden lies on prosecution to prove that the actual participation of more than one person for commission of criminal act was done in furtherance of common intention at a prior concept. further, where the evidence did not establish that particular accused has dealt ..... phrase corroborated in material particulars in illustration (b). delivering the judgment of the judicial committee, sir john beaumont observed that the danger of acting on accomplice evidence is not merely that the accomplice is on his own admission a man of bad character who took part in the offence ..... on the basis of uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice but the rule of prudence embodied in illustration (b) to section 114 of the evidence act strikes a note of warning cautioning the court that an accomplice does not generally deserve to be believed unless corroborated in material particulars. in ..... very fact that he has participated in the commission of the offence introduces a serious stain in his evidence and courts are naturally reluctant to act on such tainted evidence unless it is corroborated in material particulars by other independent evidence. it would not be right to expect that such .....

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Sep 19 2011 (HC)

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and anr. Vs. the Direc ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-19-2011

..... general of income-tax (exemptions), new delhi (hereinafter referred to as the respondent) dismissing/rejecting the institutes application under section 10(23c)(iv) of the income-tax act, 1961 (act, for short) for the assessment year 2009-10 onwards. the petitioners have prayed that the respondent should be directed to recognize and grant approval to the petitioner institute ..... interaction with faculty etc. this is done purely on a charitable basis, without any profit motive, and in terms of its statutory duties and obligations under the chartered accountants act, 1949 and the regulations made there under: 32. the receipts from holding such coaching/revisionary classes are also accompanied with various expenses, which are shown as coaching/revisionary ..... it was issuing licences and certificates under three enactments for a fee. question arose whether the institute was carrying on "economic activity" for the purposes of value added tax act, 1994, the definition of which is rather extensive and wide. however, the expression business was examined with reference to the statutory mandate imposed on the institute and ..... of qualifications for entry in the register. (d) the recognition of foreign qualifications and training for purposes of enrolment; (e) the granting or refusal of certificates of practice under this act; (f) the maintenance and publication of a register of persons qualified to practice as chartered accountants; (g) the levy and collection of fees from b[* * * *] members, .....

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Aug 29 2011 (HC)

Gtl Limited Vs. Ifci Ltd. and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-29-2011

..... to law. an agreement of this character would be inconsistent with the provisions of the contact act and, as such, would be wholly void and unenforceable." (iii) co-operative hindustan bank ltd. vs. surendra nath dey and ors; air 1932 calcutta 524. the relevant para is reproduced as under : "these being the facts, we have to consider in the first place ..... whether notice was necessary and, if so, whether the notice that was issued was sufficient. section 176, contract act, unlike some other sections, e.g., sections 163, 171 and 174 ..... justify such transaction. the relevant clauses of the agreement are reproduced herein after along with the definition clauses: "1(h) company means gtl infrastructure limited, a company incorporated under the act with the corporate identity no. u74210mh2004plc144367 and having its registered office at maestros house midc, building no. 2, sector 2, millenium business park, mahape, navi mumbai - 400710 1(hhh) ..... secondly, it shows the intent of the parties wherein the shareholder and borrower/ defendant no. 3 being group companies together offer the shares for bailment/ pledge as security and both act as joint promissors. thirdly, the plaintiff is not the stranger to the contract, actually it is the plaintiff from whose hands the consideration is moving wherein the shares are being .....

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Oct 12 2011 (SC)

Swami Vivekanand College of Education and ors. Vs. Union of India and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-12-2011

Reported in : (2012)1SCC642

..... 12(k) of the ncte act, 1993 i.e. to evolve suitable performance appraisal systems, norms and mechanisms for enforcing accountability on recognised institutions and for quality assurance of teacher education institutions, the ..... planned and co-ordinated development of teacher education and for the determination and maintenance of standards for teacher education and for the purposes of performing its functions under this act, the council may -(k) evolve suitable performance appraisal system, norms and mechanism for enforcing accountability on recognised institutions;25. in fulfilment of the provisions under section ..... units of higher education, with detailed guidelines on the preparation of the self-study report and the other aspects of assessment and accreditation.24. section 12 of ncte act, 1993 deals with function of the council. under section 12(k) the `council' is required to evolve suitable performance appraisal system, norms and mechanism for enforcing ..... teacher training course is concerned, it is the `council' and its regional committees which are alone responsible and entrusted with discharging such functions as enshrined under the act.(iii) the regulation 8(5) only provides that the institutions who have been granted recognition for enhancement of additional intake of seats during the period of relaxation .....

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Oct 11 2011 (SC)

Deepak Verma and anr. Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-11-2011

..... in this regard learned counsel for the appellants pointed out, that various words and observations were used in the dying declaration, which are in use of police personnel (and/or advocates), but not in the use of common persons. it is, therefore, sought to be submitted that the dying declaration of kamini ..... jointly made good their escape on a scooter bearing registration no. pb-58-a- 0285. when the two accused were apprehended at bataluan morh at a police naka the appellant-accused no.2 deepak verma was driving the scooter, whereas, appellant-accused no.1 dheeraj verma was pillion riding with him. it, ..... as well as spent cartridges, and the scooter on which they were apprehended, bearing registration no.pb-58-a-0285 were taken into possession by the police. both the accused were also taken into custody. on the personal search of both the accused, four live cartridges were recovered from the pocket of dheeraj ..... telephonically, leading to the recording of daily diary no.4 at 10:30 a.m. on 28.7.2003. asi jog raj pw26 along with other police personnel, on receipt of aforesaid information, proceeded to zonal hopital, chamba. asi jog raj moved an application to the senior medical officer, zonal hospital, ..... common intention cannot be attributed to them. indeed, they have not done anything. no overt act is attributed to them though it was tried to be claimed by one of the witnesses that when the police party reached there they were standing on one leg. this also appears to be a tall .....

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Nov 15 2011 (HC)

Abha Chawla Mohanty Vs. the Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-15-2011

..... 18th may, 2006 and by the appellate authority on 28th june, 2007. on merits, according to the respondents, the disciplinary action was instituted because of the acts of commission and omission of the petitioner constituting misconduct of a serious nature. the disciplinary proceedings were conducted in accordance with the norms specified in the extant regulations. ..... was not accepted by the competent authority; and, therefore, she should produce some other defence assistant. this, according to the petitioner, was indicative of the enquiry officer acting under dictation of the competent authority. the petitioner, therefore, once again, by letter dated 5th july, 2005, requested the enquiry officer to consider her request for defence ..... abha c. mohanty, assistant manager, mcdo 6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- mrs. abha c. mohanty, asst. manager while posted at m.c.d.o. 6, has committed the following acts of misconduct during the years 2002, 2003 and 2004. during the years 2002 to 2004 she has remained absent for several days although no admissible leave was due to ..... , indulged in wilful insubordination and disobedience, remained absent without leave and without submitting leave applications and medical certificates for maternity leave, without sufficient grounds and satisfactory explanation committed an act which is subversive of discipline or of good behaviour, all in contravention of rules 3 (ii) (iii) (iv), 4(7), (8) (17) and (20) .....

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Aug 12 2011 (HC)

Ms National Non Ferrous Vs. Ms R.B. Patel and Co.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-12-2011

..... and one of the points for determination viz point no.2 reads as under:- "2. whether the appellants-original defendants are protected licensees under section 15a of the bombay rent act, 1973?" the lower appellate court, therefore, had framed a specific point for determination and has answered it in the negative. the court has taken into consideration the agreement dated 10 ..... constitutional amendment is also very doubtful. (j) it may be true that a statutory amendment of a rather cognate provision, like section 115 of the civil procedure code by the civil procedure code (amendment) act, 1999 does not and cannot cut down the ambit of high court's power under article 227. at the same time, it must be remembered that such statutory amendment does ..... various dictionaries. it was also submitted that in the definition of the word "license" under the bombay rent act, member of the family was clearly excluded and that no specific provision was made in respect of commercial premises. he then invited my attention to the deposition of plaintiffs more ..... then submitted that since much emphasis had been laid on the term "license fee or charge" as also the word "nominal" since these words were not defined under the said act, dictionary meaning would have to be seen. he, therefore, invited my attention to the dictionary meaning of the words "charge", "fee", "license" and "nominal" with reference to definition in .....

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Aug 29 2011 (HC)

The New India Assurance Company Limited Vs. Usha and Others

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-29-2011

Reported in : ILR2012KAR4999

..... . however, in the interest of justice, i proceed to examine the contention urged. it is relevant to refer to section 147 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (the act for short):147. requirements of policies and limits of liability. (1) in order to comply with the requirements of this chapter, a policy ..... without covering the risks which are compulsorily required to be covered under the act. in other words, an insurer cannot issue a policy covering only the risk of own damage. an insurer is bound to cover such liabilities as ..... which the policy purports to cover in the case of that person or those classes of persons.(emphasis supplied)in view of section 147 of the act, which is referred to above, it is not permissible for any insurer (insurance company) to issue an insurance policy relating to a motor vehicle ..... a limit of rupees six thousand:provided that any policy of insurance issued with any limited liability and in force, immediately before the commencement of this act, shall continue to be effective for a period of four months after such commencement or till the date of expiry of such policy whichever is earlier ..... bodily injury sustained by such an employee arising out of and in the course of his employment other than a liability arising under the workmens compensation act, 1923 (8 of 1923), in respect of the death of, or bodily injury to, any such employee (a) engaged in driving the vehicle, .....

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Feb 25 2011 (HC)

Sabra Khatoon. Vs. the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and ors.

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Feb-25-2011

..... application contending, inter alia, that he entered into an agreement for sale of a flat with m/s. shrachi leathertex private limited company at premises no.23, marquis street under police station new market as per terms and conditions of the agreement executed between them. amongst other clauses, the petitioner was to get the said flat bearing no.5f having an ..... on going through the materials on record, i find that there is no dispute that the petitioner got possession of the flat no.5f (5th floor) at 23, marquis street, police station new market, kolkata 700 016 from the m/s. shrachi leathertex private limited company. it is the specific contention of the petitioner that she got the possession of the .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

Sk. Qumru Alam. Vs. the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and ors

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... application contending, inter alia, that he entered into an agreement for sale of a flat with m/s. shrachi leathertex private limited company at premises no.23, marquis street under police station new market as per terms and conditions of the agreement executed between them. amongst other clauses, the petitioner was to get the said flat bearing no.se having an ..... on going through the materials on record, i find that there is no dispute that the petitioner got possession of the flat no.se (5th floor) at 23, marquis street, police station new market, kolkata 700 016 from the m/s. shrachi leathertex private limited company. it is the specific contention of the petitioner that they got the possession of the .....

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