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Sep 18 1998 (HC)

Shyam NaraIn Dwivedi Vs. the State of Uttar Pradesh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (1999)1UPLBEC513

..... writ petition is not maintainable as held by the high court in applying the correct principle of law.'this court in the case of rahul prasad v. institute of medical sciences, banaras hindu university, varanasi and ors., (1990) 2 uplbec 1039, had held as follows:-'the petitioner is quilty of making a false statement on ..... case of l. kashi nath seth v. collector, central excuise, allahabad and ors., decided by a division bench and reported in air 1979 alld. 128, had clarified that inspite of the explanation inserted in section 141 by the civil procedure code (amendment) act, 1976 the salutary principles enshrined in the code of civil ..... is not only an abuse of process of law but is also against public policy.7. in case of s. tripathi v. benaras hindu university, (1993) 1 uplbec 448, it has been reiterated that a second writ petition is not competent under rule 7, chapter xxii of the allahabad high court rules.8 ..... labour court in his own proceedings, which he had taken to the high court for determination. admittedly, similar provision as that of rule 7, chapter xxii of the allahabad high court rules, was not under consideration in the said decision. similarly the fact, which was not disclosed for the ..... one is on account of suppression of material facts as well as deliberate mis-statement amounting to purgery.6. allahabad high court rules in chapter xxii, rules 7 provides that 'where an application has been rejected, it shall not be competent for the applicant to make a second application .....

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Aug 03 1999 (HC)

Mrs. Bharti Krishna Vs. Vice-chancellor, Banaras Hindu University and ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (1999)3UPLBEC2149

..... as is apparent from section 15 of the banaras hindu university act 1915. admittedly, the central hindu girls school is a school maintained by the university. for the purpose of maintenance of the said school chapter vi provides for the ordinance governing the management of the institution under the school board framed under statute 41(2). it appears that the school board is to consist of five officials namely, (a ..... commencement of the constitution is applicable to recognise law made thereafter. thus law made by any authority or person having power to make such law, bye law, rule or regulation is very much a law.39. in the present case the executive council is empowered to make law under the banaras hindu university act, 1915. section 18(3) empowers the executive council to amend repeal or add to the ordinance. executive council ..... is in charge of the management and administration of the university. under section 8a, the executive council .....

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