Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : May-03-2013
..... is hereby declared that for the purposes of this act, the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, or the additional district magistrate, south 24- parganas, authorized ..... -divisional officer of the sub-division concerned, andb) in calcutta, by the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, or by such additional district magistrate, south 24-parganas, as may be authorized by the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, in this behalf.explanationi. calcutta shall mean the town of calcutta as defined in section 3 of the calcutta police act, 1866.explanation ii for the removal of doubt, it ..... by the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, under clause (b) of this section, shall have jurisdiction over calcutta.section 6 of the act deals with the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : May-03-2013
..... , as may be authorized by the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, in this behalf. explanation i. calcutta shall mean the town of calcutta as defined in section 3 of the calcutta police act, 1866. explanation ii for the removal of doubt, it is hereby declared that for the purposes of this act, the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, or the additional district magistrate, south 24- parganas, authorized ..... by the district magistrate, south 24-parganas, under clause (b) of this section, shall have jurisdiction over calcutta. section 6 of the act deals with the ..... procedure of issuance of certificate under the act, on application by the person requiring a certificate under that act in such form and manner and upon production of such evidence, as may be prescribed.11. power has .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Decided on : Dec-13-2013
..... , as proved before the tribunal from the evidence of pw1 coupled with ex.a1 first information report and ex.a4 charge sheet in cr.no.150 of 1997 of kurnool police station with reference to ex.a5 mvi report and also found by the tribunal in answering issue no.1 at para 10 is not in dispute for the purpose of ..... clear mention that separate premium was also collected for passengers, which is a comprehensive policy now redesignated as package policy and it depends upon different passengers to comprehend over the act policy and the policy covers the risk and the insurer has no right to contend that not liable to indemnify the insured much less for finding fault with the finding ..... in bhagyalakshmi v.united india insurance co. ltd.3 to a larger bench. when the said irda circulars are very clear as to the conclusion of being it is an act policy and no additional premium paid, even it is a passenger vehicle with transport vehicle, risk of the passengers as 3rd party need not be covered. that principle has no .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai Aurangabad
Decided on : Sep-11-2013
..... section 304-a and 201 of i.p.c. vide c.r. no. 42/2012. the offences punishable under the provisions of mtp act and pcpndt act were also mentioned in the report. there are allegations made against this police officer that he joined hands with dr. mundhe. after completion of investigation, the chargesheet came to be filed for aforesaid offences. 7. on ..... provisions of section 210 of cr.p.c., the private complaint bearing r.c.c. no. 163/2012 will merge in to police case filed in c.r. no. 42/2012. the provision of section 28 of pcpndt act gives special procedure for taking cognizance of offences committed under this special enactment. cognizance can be taken on the complaint filed by appropriate ..... short). the chargesheet is also filed for the offences punishable under the provisions of pcpndt act. the third application is filed for bail by dr. shri. sudam mundhe in c.r. no. 42/2012 registered in parli city police station for aforesaid offences, in which chargesheet is filed against this applicant also. 3. dr. smt. mundhe and dr. shri. mundhe were together ..... 13.6.2012 the appropriate authority under pcpndt act filed complaint, r.c.c. no. 163/2012, in the court of judicial magistrate, first class, parli. 8 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai Aurangabad
Decided on : Jun-19-2013
..... that in all old cases, the petitioner was acquitted. it is surprising that in the past, in show cause notice, 2 cases filed under bombay police act were also mentioned and they were considered by the s.d.m. the record shows that fresh notice was not given in respect of the crimes which ..... latur and parbhani. such notice was given under section 56 of bombay police act to the petitioner. petitioner gave reply to the notice and denied the allegations. he contended that in c.r.no.25/2000 ..... externment proceeding was started on the basis of report given by degloor police station. it was informed by police that atleast 5 crimes were registered against the petitioner for offences committed under ipc and bombay police act and he had created terror in society. police had proposed to keep the petitioner out of 3 districts like nanded, ..... said that in respect of newly registered crime, opportunity was given to the petitioner to have his say. 5. in any case, crimes were registered in police station, degloor which is from nanded district, but the externment order came to be made in respect of 4 districts like nanded, latur, hingoli and parbhani ..... keep the petitioner out of 4 districts like nanded, latur, hingoli and parbhani. it appears that the s.d.m. directed the s.d.o. of police, to make enquiry and he collected more information. the enquiry showed that out of 5 crimes mentioned in the first notice, in 4 crimes, the petitioner .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Nov-28-2013
..... was agitated that the offence was a cognizable one. the high court reasoned ?? and we think rightly ?? that since under s.6 of the act the commissioner of police has power to issue special warrants of search and also to arrest, he is competent to do personally, what he may authorize others to do ..... of life and liberty, cannot be accepted in the teeth of the clear language of sections 185, 202 and 203 of the mv act. it is only when a police officer in uniform requires any person driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle in a public place, to provide one or more ..... as appearing in the code of criminal procedure, 1973 and proceeded to hold that merely because section 202 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 in the present case empowers a police officer to arrest a person without warrant provided he commits an offence in his presence, will not make the offence punishable under section ..... person. the distinction is essentially with respect to the commission of an offence under section 185 in the presence of the police officer as contemplated by section 202 of the mv act whereas on the other hand, section 203 provide for subjecting an offender to a breath test on a reasonable suspicion of ..... dictum of the calcutta high court in deodhar singh's case ((1899 ilr 27 cal 144), and of bombay high court in abasbhai's case, held that offences under sections 3 and 4 of delhi gambling act are 'cognizable offences' as section 5 of the delhi act gives the superintendent of police power to arrest or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Jan-03-2013
..... public prosecutor high court of kerala, ernakulam-682031.2. chalakkudy urban co-operative bank ltd.no.1087 chalakkudy, thrissur district, pin-680307 represented by its secretary.3. sub inspector of police chalakkudy police station, chalakkudy thrissur district, pin-680307. r1 & r2 by adv. smt. v.h. jasmine - public prosecutor this criminal misc. case having come up for admission on 03-01-2013 ..... the petitioner in the charge sheet filed before the judicial first class magistrate court, chalakkudy in c.c. no. 1357/2010 in connection with crime no. 666/2006 of chalakkudy police station. anx.vii true copy of the seizure mahazar prepared by the 3rd respondent in connection with crime no. 666/2006 of chalakkudy ..... police station. anx.viii true copy of the application dated 6 10-2012 filed by the petitioner for discharging him from the array of the accused. anx.ix true copy of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Nov-04-2013
..... adv. smt.p.r.reena respondents/ state & complainant: -------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. state of kerala, represented by the public prosecutor, high court of kerala, ernakulam -682 031 2. the sub inspector of police, chalakudy police station, thrissur district- 680 307 r1 & r2 by public prosecutor smt. s.hyma this criminal misc. case having been finally heard on0411-2013, the court on the same day passed ..... in c.c no. 3245/2013 on the files of the judicial first class magistrate court, chalakkudy. the offence alleged is punishable under section 9(b)(1) of the explosives act. the crl.m.c is filed seeking direction to the judicial first class magistrate court, chalakkudy to pass final orders on annexure-vi petition without any delay.2. the ..... police have filed a final report and on the basis of the final report, the court below has taken cognizance of the offence. on receipt of summons, petitioner had filed a .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-18-2013
..... is accordingly dismissed.18. pending applications stand disposed of.19. in view of the observations made in para 15 of the judgment, the commissioner of police is required to look into the conduct of the io, sho and the acp concerned and to take appropriate action against them within eight weeks and ..... factum of withdrawal of the allegations, non-appearance of any misconduct in the cd, the delay in making the complaint about the sexual assault to the police, initial reluctance, if any, on the part of the prosecutrix to make the statement under section 164 of the code to the learned m.m. ..... it transpires that the allegations are false, the fir can be quashed.11. there is no gainsaying that as per the cd analysed by the police, there was no indication that the offence of molestation or rape was committed by the petitioner upon the prosecutrix. i have already extracted above an ..... any information related to it. there was also a delay of almost one and half years by the complainant in filing of police report, which cannot be explained, in cd no offensive act is found, the place of offence is also not confirmed by complainant after such long period, complainant is a student of ..... the learned metropolitan magistrate(m.m.) taking cognizance against the petitioner reasoned that there was consistent complaint of rape in the statement made to the police under section 161 of the code and the statement recorded by the learned m.m under section 164 of the code. there were other supporting .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Oct-24-2013
..... and the insurance company is liable to pay the entire amount.5. on the other hand, counsel for the insurance company submitted that as per the policy, it is an "act only" policy. it is neither a comprehensive policy nor a package policy. further, the amount of additional premium collected is not for covering any passenger, but only employees. so, the ..... .7. it is an admitted fact that the appellant was riding in the motor cycle as a pillion rider at the time when the accident occurred. ext. b1 is an "act only" policy. though additional premium was collected, it was not to cover any person other than the employees. so, under the circumstances, since it is not a package/comprehensive m .....Tag this Judgment!