Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Feb-22-2011
..... the societies and the societies engaging middlemen for getting hold of lands utilizing the services of the state government by getting lands notified under the provisions of the land acquisition act, 1894, for the benefits of the society only indicates that the activities of the present respondent-society is fully a situation squarely attracting the ruling of division bench of ..... sy.nos. of nelakadirenahalli village, yeshwanthpur hobli, bangalore north taluk in favour of karnataka house building co-operative society ltd., bangalore, enforcement of lands under section 47 of land acquisition act. ref: letter no.slao.hbcs.8/87-88, dated 23/30.10.1992. the special land acquisition officer, bangalore sub-division, bangalore in his letter under reference above has ..... acquisition of lands in as many as 4 villages namely laggare, jarakabande kaval, nelakadaranahalli and jakkur, in all measuring 97 acres in different survey numbers of these village, but not acting by itself, but having availed of the services of a middleman viz., one v.m. mariswamappa, through an agreement entered into between this agent and forth respondent-house building ..... the collector is opposed or impeded in taking possession under this act of any land, he shall, if a magistrate, enforce the surrender of the land to himself, and, if not a magistrate, he shall apply to a magistrate or (within the towns of calcutta, madras and bombay) to the commissioner of police and such magistrate or the commissioner (as the case may .....Tag this Judgment!
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 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Apr-11-2011
..... be submitted after completing the5 investigation. the high court observed that sub-section (1) of section 207-a of the criminal procedure code postulates the receipt by the magistrate of a police-report forwarded under section 173 of the criminal procedure code as a pre-requisite for commencing the inquiry against the accused and taking the first step in that direction, namely, fixing ..... in respect of an offence after a report under sub-section (2) has been forwarded to the magistrate and, where upon such investigation, the officer in charge of the police station obtains further evidence, oral or documentary, he shall forward to the magistrate a further report or reports regarding such evidence in the form prescribed; and the provisions of ..... evidence, he submitted the charge sheet, which is said to be incomplete charge sheet, therefore, the learned magistrate was not empowered to take cognizance of offence on such a police report, which is based on incomplete investigation. thus, it is stated that the cognizance taken by the learned magistrate on the basis of incomplete investigation is unsustainable and deserves ..... continuation of investigation is concerned, section 173(8) of the criminal procedure code itself permits further investigation. it is also stated that there was no occasion for the investigating officer to act under the pressure of husband of respondent no.8, as under the law itself nobody is permitted to interfere with the investigation even the magistrate.7. in the case .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kolkata
Decided on : Nov-18-2011
..... such contention of the defendant without any materials in support thereof cannot be accepted. similarly, the contention of the defendant that the materials dispatched from calcutta were stolen or pilferaged in transit from bokaro is not supported by any oral or documentary evidence on behalf of the defendant. so, it is ..... loss of rs.12,126.89. thirty-five tarpaulins belonging to the defendant in sound condition were used to cover the wagons loaded from calcutta port with materials destined for bokaro steel city and the same were dispatched under escorts deputed by the plaintiff. such materials have been described as ..... theft and pilferage and such amount was assessed as rs.48,000/- approximately being the value of the materials. materials dispatched in sound condition from calcutta port under escorts provided by the plaintiff were received by the defendant in defective condition as per annexure 'b' to the written statement causing ..... the plaintiff were escorting those materials, their conduct would have been that they would lodge an appropriate complaint or f.i.r. with the concerned police station or the grp and in that case, copy of the complaint or f.i.r. must have been brought before the court. but ..... 1 in the high court at calcutta ordinary original civil jurisdiction suit no.435 of 1976 p r e s e n t:-the hon'ble mr. justice prasenjit mandal. atin bose. versus bokaro steel limited, a company incorporated under the companies act, 1956. heard on : 29.04.2011, 08.07.2011, 22 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Dec-01-2011
..... , it does not require an elaborate trial to establish that the respondent has been punished by way of removal, apart from casting a stigma by holding that she had acted against the interest of the students. the removal from service being clearly illegal, the judgment of the tribunal directing reinstatement with the backwages is in order and does not warrant ..... namely, the attendance register extract clearly contains overwriting and it cannot be characterized as a suspicion on the part of the tribunal when it is evident that the petitioner has acted mischievously with the sole intention of removing the respondent from service and has employed the ploy of having closed down the section, in which the respondent was employed, purely ..... academic year 2001-2002. this is evident from the very attendance register which is produced. therefore, the respondent having been discharged from service with an observation that she had acted against the interest of the students was clearly stigmatic and even if it could beheld that the respondent was not declared to be a permanent employee, the fact that she ..... had appeared before the said court and had raised an objection that the respondent was an employee in a private educational institution and therefore, a dispute under the industrial disputes act, 1947 could not have been raised. the respondent thereafter, withdrew the dispute before the labour court and preferred an appeal before the educational appellate tribunal. the petitioner, in turn, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kolkata
Decided on : Jul-25-2011
..... judicial magistrate, barrackpore alleging therein that the complainant no.1 ram gopal bhoot purchased one honda city zx-fxi in the year 2007 from a car dealer at chowringhee road, calcutta. the purchase value was rs.8,00.000/- including tax. the complainant no.1 made down- payment of rs.1,50,000/- to the dealer and remaining amount of rs ..... of the cr. p. c. so far recorded do not support the case of the prosecution that the petitioner has taken law in his hand and there was any overt act on his part in the matter of allegedly taking over possession of the subject car. 7. mr. amartya ghosh, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the opposite party/state concedes .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : May-23-2011
Reported in : 2011(2)KHC895
..... person, who surrendered land free of cost specifically requested for road access and the same was rightly granted by the gcda. others, who have collected compensation under the land acquisition act are not entitled to access to gcda road as a matter of right. however, what we feel is that since the road has become a public road, it would be .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Sep-07-2011
Reported in : 2011(4)ILR(Ker)88; 2011(4)KLJ38; 2011(3)KHC862; 2012CrLJ57(NOC)
..... fraud. news in the print and electronic media caused panic among the allottees of the different projects which led to the filing of petitions before the police. the petitioners could not even move about freely. they apprehended danger to their lives. employees of the company did not attend the office. these events ..... charge sheet has not expired, are dealt with under this common order. 3. the state prosecutor submitted that more than one thousand persons approached the police complaining that they were cheated by the accused by collecting huge amounts promising to deliver flats, villas and plots in the various projects of apple a ..... supply of labour and materials. there was no attempt to defraud or cheat any one. after registration of the crime, the police conducted a raid at the office of the company on 18-5-2011. all original documents in the office were seized on 23-5-2011. the ..... police issued look out notice against the petitioners. freezing of the bank accounts of the company made it impossible for the petitioners to function ..... crores. it is submitted that there are hundreds of persons who have not approached the police. 4. sri.k.gopalakrishna kurup, senior advocate, appearing for the petitioners submitted the following: the company was registered under the companies act 1956. the company was incorporated on 27-1-2004. they successfully completed nine projects consisting .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Kolkata
Decided on : Feb-22-2011
..... , kolkata). raja bhowmick, the second petitioner, is the son of the deceased havildar bikash kumar bhowmick. the present transfer application has arisen from wp no. 12404 (w)/2008 filed at calcutta high court. 2. the petitioner, subsequent to the death of her husband havildar bikash kumar bhowmick, received her entitled pension related benefits in march, 2002 including ??special family pension ? as ..... reliance in the case of khadeja bibi(supra). in the ibid case, while discussing on compassionate appointment to the son of the deceased employee of state education department, the honble calcutta high court noted that ??delay is not a ground of rejection ? (paragraph-19 and 20 of the ibid judgment). 34. the petitioner has contested each point that has been ..... held that compassionate appointment could not be denied on the ground that family benefit scheme was available. the learned counsel also drew our attention to another division bench decision by calcutta high court in the case of tapan kumar barman (supra), where they, in the judgement on a similar case, have heavily relied upon the ratio of the case of ..... , where the honble justice have also quoted balbir kaur (supra). 25. the learned counsel for the petitioner also relied upon a judgment delivered by the supreme court under consumer protection act, that has highlighted the context of the term ??reasoned order ? . to prove another point that delay in submission of application, could not be held an issue, the learned counsel for .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Jan-17-2011
..... original allottee, the dda nevertheless granted conversion in favour of the subsequent purchaser and also executed the conveyance deed in favour of the purchaser. clearly, the dda chose not to act upon the affidavit of the original allottee asserting to the contrary. this was sought to be explained by learned counsel for the dda by stating that the requirements for the ..... for conversion were satisfied, such conversion could not be denied to the subsequent purchaser. this court is unable to accept the inconsistent stands of the dda. the dda having not acted upon the affidavit of the original allottee and having granted conversion in favour of the subsequent purchaser cannot rely upon the said affidavit to deny refund of 20% surcharge.12 .....Tag this Judgment!