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Sep 21 2016 (HC)

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam rep. by its Organisation Secretary R.S. Bhar ...

Court : Chennai

..... by way of cost oe paper, printing, transportation, storage and distribution. secondly, counting is very quick and the result can be declared within 2 to 3 hours as compared to 30 to 40 hours, on an average, under the conventional system. thirdly, there are no invalid votes under the system of voting under evms. the importance of ..... panchayats, councillor of municipality wards, chairman of municipality, councillor of corporation wards and mayor of corporation are governed by the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920 along with the relevant sections/rules in the municipal corporation acts, tamil nadu town panchayats, third grade municipalities, municipalities and corporation (elections) rules, 2006, the election for rural local bodies for the posts ..... and the tamil nadu panchayats (2nd amendment) act, 2016 as ultra vires the constitution ; ii) to direct the respective respondents to conduct the urban and rural local bodies election 2016 based on the delimitation of wards to be made based on 2011 census with corresponding reservation ; iii) to direct the respective respondents to take steps for compulsory ..... laws (second amendment) act, 2016 and the tamil nadu panchayats (second amendment) act, 2016, as unconstitutional, ultra vires the constitution of india and consequentially direct respondents 2, 4 and 5 to conduct the urban and rural local bodies election 2016 based on the delimitation of wards to be made based on 2011 census with corresponding reservation to women, scheduled .....

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Aug 16 2016 (HC)

Mechanic Kumar and Others Vs. State of Tamil Nadu, Represented by Depu ...

Court : Chennai

..... w 149 i.p.c. against those accused who had not actually caused injuries on the witnesses but being members of the unlawful assembly there was no corresponding charge framed under section 324 r/w 149 i.p.c. the charges are thus highly defective. 24. in view of the foregoing discussions, we find that the prosecution ..... attacked only by three persons viz., a.1,a.2 and a.10. therefore, they stood charged for offence under section 302 i.p.c., r/w section 3(2)(v) of the sc and st act. but the trial court has disbelieved the evidences of the injured eye witnesses as against a.2 and a.10 and ..... a.10 and has acquitted them, the state has not preferred any appeal and thus, their acquittal for offence under section 302 i.p.c., r/w 3(2)(v) of the sc and st act has become final. this would go to show that even the trial court was not prepared to believe these injured as ..... for acquittal. 25. in the result, the criminal appeals are allowed and the conviction and sentence imposed on the appellants by the learned special sessions judge (sc/st act cases), villupuram in s.c.no.41 of 2015, dated 11.12.2015, are set aside and the appellants are acquitted. the fine amount, if any paid ..... attacked the deceased with iron pipes indiscriminately. the injured witnesses have also stated so. but the trial court has disbelieved their evidences in respect of the overt acts attributed against a.2 and a.10 alone. thus, the medical evidence also does not corroborate the eye witness account so far as the injuries found on .....

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Apr 13 2016 (HC)

A. Dhaveethu and Others Vs. The District Collector, Sivagangai and Oth ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... . [see state of m.p. vs. kedia leather and liquor ltd. and ors. [2003 (7) scc 389]. though the above decision of the supreme court compared section 133 with section 144, the same reasoning will also apply to section 145 of the code, with which, we are concerned herein. hence, the reliance placed upon c.a. avarachan does not appeal to us. contention based ..... section 146 but without the words "pending his decision under this section" and with the words "at any time after making the ..... roy, learned counsel for the petitioner on the ground that all those decisions would have no application to the position that prevails after the code was revamped in entirety under act 2 of 1974. according to the learned counsel, the sweeping changes made under the 1973 amendment, by themselves, would show that the decisions rendered under the old code cannot have ..... work satisfactorily and, therefore, it was, apparently, thought desirable to revert to the old procedure. the provisions of sections 145 and 146 of the 1973 code are substantially the same as the corresponding provisions before the 1955 amendment. the only noticeable change is that the second proviso to section 145(4) as it stood before the 1955 amendment) has now been transposed to .....

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Dec 03 2014 (HC)

The Hindu Munnetra Kalagam Vs. the Honourable Chief Secretary

Court : Chennai

..... club and pull down or demolish any buildings not so required after getting prior sanction of the appropriate authority and permission from the lessor."copies of the correspondence in this regard have been filed, seeking permission of the president of the club. similarly, the president has been addressed on the issues relating to ..... before his rights are established at the trial. inseparably connected with this, is the burden, which lies upon the plaintiff to make out, that the comparative mischief or inconvenience which would ensue from withholding the injunction would be far greater from what would ensue from the injunction being granted. lastly, which again ..... are of cours.expected to act in accordance with their own rules, and stay within the limits imposed by those rules. if the body vested with the power under the rules, ..... the following passage found in paragraph 6 of the said judgment, which is as follows: "6.what is required of such bodies is that they act fairly in a broad way without having to imitate the courts and tribunals, with regard to the rigour and the formality of the procedures. such bodies ..... give rise to a cause of action for any member to rush to court, it must be a case of manifest illegality or where the act of omission or commission is something which goes to the root of the matter. all the members would be bound by the decision taken by .....

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Sep 05 2014 (HC)

M.Ramamurthy Vs. N.A.Ramakrishnan

Court : Chennai

..... under sub-section (4) of section 378, as per the provision is only 30 days. but the ..... to 24 are attracted. orders on appeal contemplated under sub section (4) of section 378 is concerned, specific clause of article 114 is the relevant provision in the limitation act. of course, it refers to sub section (3) of section 417 of the old code. the said provisions are corresponding to sub-section (4) of section 378 cr.p.c, 1973. the limitation for preferring such an appeal ..... can be conveniently held that the period of six months and 60 days respectively referred to in sub-section (5) provides the periods for the condition precedent for preferring an application for the grant of special leave. this can be clearly understood if a comparative study of the above said provision in the absence of any period prescribed for seeking leave by ..... the government under sub-section (3) of section 378 read with article 114 of the limitation act. article 114 (a) prescribed a period of 90 days as the limitation for preferring .....

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Jan 02 2014 (TRI)

Lt Col Sanjeet S. Sahai Vs. Union of India Through Secretary, Ministry ...

Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Chennai

..... , any officer gets any relief through complaint etc. in any cr, after the selection board has been held, he is entitled to a special corresponding consideration by selection board with his changed profile and in case he is approved by such special consideration, his original seniority remains protected. as per ..... holding that the crs are well moderated, corroborated, balanced, performance based, technically correct and are in consonance with the officers profile. we have also compared the profile of the applicant in the personal performance sheet produced before us. in the impugned cr, for the period june 2007 to october 2007 ..... background and not only the acr or one/few acrs etc. the selection/rejection is based upon the overall profile of an officer and comparative merit within the batch as evaluated by the selection board. it is upto the selection board to assess the suitability of the applicant for promotion ..... a particular batch are considered together with same cut-off acrs and inputs and on the basis of individual profile of the officer and the comparative batch merit, they are approved or not approved. seniority in itself is no consideration before the selection board for approval or non-approval. in ..... written counselling given by 6th respondent had no impact over his icr and therefore, he desisted from giving complaint against the counselling under section 27 of the army act. in the meantime, the extract of his acr for the period commencing from 14.11.2007 to 31.5.2008 written by .....

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Apr 17 2013 (HC)

State of Tamil Nadu Vs. Aicte

Court : Chennai

..... for scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars candidates during the year 2011-2012 was only 22865 i.e., about 5400 more than the previous year, which corresponds to the increase in the seats for these categories. thus, the seats, which remained vacant for scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars/scheduled tribe candidates ..... the reserved categories, the number of seats, which were lying vacant in respect of scheduled caste/scheduled caste-arunthathiyars, was reduced to 17469 as compared to 18372 seats during the previous year. the seats remaining vacant had reduced, even when number of seats reserved for scheduled caste/scheduled tribe candidates ..... in the related subjects ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- mbc/dnc 40.average in the related subjects -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- sca/sc/st mere pass 5. from a perusal of the aforementioned charts, it would be seen that aicte norms reveal that entry level qualification prescribed by it since 2002 till 2010 for admission to under graduate degree programmes ..... , qualification etc. the council has a body of experts constituted under section 3 of the act comprising members from various departments representing various stake holders and is a broad based body. the council has got power under section 10 of the act to prescribe the norms and standards for technical education. it is stated .....

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Jan 28 2013 (HC)

M/S.Energo Engineering Projects Ltd., Vs. 1)sri Aishwarya Construction ...

Court : Chennai

..... he could not be adequately compensated in damages. it was further held that the need for protection of the petitioner should be weighed against corresponding need for opposite party to be protected against injury resulting form his having been protected from exercising his own legal right for which he ..... success in the arbitration proceedings he will not have the proper remedy, in being awarded adequate damages; (iii) that in taking into consideration the comparative mischief of inconvenience to the parties, the balance of convenience is in his favour or in other words; (iv) that his inconvenience in the ..... learned district judge, thoothukudi, is not legally maintainable for the simple reason that the 1st respondent being not a registered firm under section 69 of the partnership act. secondly, it was argued that the agreement entered into between the appellant and the 1st respondent clearly shows that in case of ..... granted it would have the effect of practically granting the relief for specific performance of the contract, which relief cannot be granted under section 9 of the act. in donald's keating's law and practice of building contract's (2nd edition), the remedy open to a contract on a ..... principles:- 31. the principles of granting interim reliefs can very well be applied while considering the prayer for grant of interim measures under section 9 of the act. the discretion of the court can very well be summarised in order to grant interim measures. it is not enough for the petitioner .....

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Aug 18 2011 (HC)

Dr. T. Thirunalasundari Vs. the Registrar and ors.

Court : Chennai

..... ) of the table below shall consists of the vice-chancellor, a nominee of the chancellor a nominee of the government and the persons specified in the corresponding entry in column (2) of the said table and in the case of appointment of a professor, assistant professor, reader or lecturer in a department ..... the legislative provision has to be given simple ordinary meaning, unless it leads to absurdity. if the ordinary english meaning to words is given, section 44(a) of the act does not lead to any absurd result, as contended. 31. the very fact, that the petitioner was holding the post of head of ..... for the petitioner, that marks was not correctively given cannot be gone into in this writ petition, nor it is for this court, to see the comparative merit of each candidate, as this court cannot substitute its opinion for that of experts. 20. the learned senior counsel for the petitioner, thereafter, vehemently ..... allegations of mala fide against any of the members of the selection committee, and therefore, it is not for this court, now, to assess the comparative merit of the candidates, to come to a different conclusion or to hold the selection to be arbitrary. 37. for the reasons stated above, there ..... to knowledge. 5. the petitioner passed b.sc., special botany in 1978, and completed her m.sc., botany in 1980, and m.phil., in 1983, and thereafter was awarded doctorate degree in microbiology in 1988, and fabms in biomedical science in 2001. 6. the petitioner joined as lecturer in 1991 in .....

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Jan 04 2011 (TRI)

ic-43708n Lt Col Prithiviraj Patnaik Vs. Government of India, Through ...

Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Chennai

..... for approval/nonapproval. in case, if any officer gets any relief through complaint etc in any acr after the selection board has been held, he is entitled to a special corresponding consideration by the selection board with his changes in profile and in case, he is approved at such special consideration, his original seniority remains protected. as per the applicable policy ..... the confidential reports are performance based and contain assessment of a reporting period. when the performance of the applicant was better, it was appreciated by the initiating officer (io). therefore, comparing performance of one year with other year is not correct and the assessment may vary depending upon performance of the personnel. hence, the application is liable to be dismissed. 6 ..... and staff appointments, honours and awards, disciplinary background, and not only the acr or one/few acrs etc. selection/rejection is based upon the overall profile of an officer and comparative merit within the batch as evaluated by the selection board. it is further submitted that every time the selection board is convened, the board is composed of different members. the ..... the said issue being barred by principles of res judicata or even constructive res judicata. after the constitution of this armed forces tribunal by virtue of the section 14(5) of the armed forces tribunal act, 2007, this tribunal is considered to sit in the arm chair of the selection board and decide the issues raised in the application before it both .....

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