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Jul 06 2000 (HC)

Gurnam Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-06-2000

Reported in : 2001CriLJ561

bakhshish kaur, j.1. gurnam singh, jarnail singh and baldev singhappellants aggrieved by the judgment dated 1-12-1987 preferred this appeal as they were convicted and sentenced to undergo imprisonment under sections 326/323 read with section 34 indian penal code.2. the genesis of the occurrence is that on july 1, 1986, mohinder singh after making purchases from raja sansi was returning to his house. at about 7.00 p.m. when he reached on the pucca road leading to village saidpur, gurnam singh, jarnail singh and gian singh, armed with kirpans and baldev singh armed with dang emerged from their house. baldev singh shouted that mohinder singh be caught hold and taught a lesson for helping labh singh in the land dispute. at this, gurnam singh inflicted kirpan blow hitting mohinder singh on the left side of his head. jarnail singh inflicted kirpan blow hitting on his forehead. gurnam singh inflicted another kirpan blow on the left arm of mohinder singh. gian singh inflicted kirpan blow to mohinder singh and in order to ward off the blow, he raised his right arm. baldev singh gave three dang blows to mohinder singh when he was lying on the ground. charan singh and harjinder singh were attracted to the spot on hearing the alarm raised by mohinder singh and he was rescued. thereafter, all the accused ran away from the spot carrying with them their respective weapons.3. the injured was immediately removed to s.g.t.b hospital, amritsar by charan singh, harjinder singh and gurdeep kaur .....

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May 09 2000 (HC)

Gurmit Singh and Others Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-09-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ3210

..... vocational training are provided to them. it may be correct for the state to utilise its meagre resources to rehabilitate and even pamper the unrepentant violators of law. however, we cannot ignore the victims. we have to imagine the torture, the trauma that the victims - the children that are abused, the women ..... thus, the order passed by the trial court is vitiated. 51. mr. dhaliwal on the other hand submitted that there is no mandatory requirement of law whereby the court may be required to give an adjournment. he further submitted that the appellants had made no prayer to the trial court for the ..... is undoubtedly correct that lakhwinder singh and jaswinder singh are the brothers of gurmit singh. it is also true that satnam singh is the father-in-law of gurmit singh and the father of rachhpal singh. they may have sympathy for gurmit singh and rachhpal singh. yet, in the circumstances of the case ..... have taken care of him. resultantly, we are unable to accept the contention that darbara singh could not have visited the house of his sister-in-law (wife's sister). 28. mr. cheema contended that the inquest reports at exhibits da and db do not bear the signatures or thumb impression of ..... singh. after causing injuries, all the accused persons had left with their respective weapons. ravinder singh had gone to village bughipura to bring his father-in-law. the police had visited the spot. he had accompanied the dead bodies at the time of the post-mortem. 15. in cross-examination, the witness .....

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Jan 25 2000 (HC)

Bim SaIn Prabhakar Vs. P.O., Industrial Tribunal-cum-labour Court, His ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-25-2000

Reported in : [2000(87)FLR429]; (2000)125PLR315

..... -law was in lieu of pay or remuneration. at the most, the father-in-law, in turn, maintained the workman and his family. the plea raised by the management that workman being gainfully employed in such ..... the facts of the case in rajinder kumar kindra's case (supra), suffice it to say that the work therein was living with his father-in-law and helping him in the coal-depot. there was no evidence to show that the help given by the workman to his father-in ..... appearing gratuitous. the facts of this case, thus, manifest that the appellant was well versed with the labour laws and he also held a position in the trade union. he had acquainted himself with all the relevant laws pertaining to welfare of the workmen by appearing for them for over a decade, when order of termination came ..... on the ground that the appellant and the members of his family were staying with the father-in-law of the appellant as there was no alternative source of maintenance and during this period appellant was helping his father-in-law tara chand who had a coal depot, it could not be said that the appellant was gainfully ..... the date of determination of his service, he was maintaining his family by helping his father-in-law tara chand, who owned a coal-depot and that he and the members of his family lived with his father-in-law and that he had no alternative source of maintenance. prompt came an answer from the hon'ble .....

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Jan 13 2000 (HC)

Sant Lal Vs. Sudakar and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-13-2000

Reported in : AIR2000P& H116; (2000)125PLR73

..... the plaintiff to lead evidence in rebuttal in another two months time, and ensure final disposal of the suit as expeditiously as possible in accordance with law.34. order dated 22-1-1993 for stay of proceedings in the suit, is hereby vacated. parties are directed to appear before the trial court ..... cpc. in this peculiar situation, it was held that the grant of permission to the respondents to institute a suit against the petitioner, was contrary to law and the requirement of proviso (a) was also fulfilled so as to warranting interference in revision under section 115, cpc. this is not the situation in ..... of the high court is set aside. the trial court is directed to dispose of the application for revocation of leave on merits and in accordance with law.' 20. it appears, on the basis of the foregoing discussion that the previously prevailing controversy on the question whether an order of the court, granting ..... on that technical ground. however, this will not stand in the way of the plaintiffs, if so desired, to institute afresh proceedings, in accordance with with law under section 92, cpc.16. in dr. ram parkash's case (air 1986 punj & har 237) (supra), another learned single judge of this court ..... high court and in which no appeal lies thereto, and if such subordinate court appears - (a) to have exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it by law, or (b) to have failed to exercise a jurisdiction so vested, or (c) to have acted in the exercise of its jurisdiction illegally or with .....

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Jul 04 2000 (HC)

A.S. Fuels Pvt. Ltd. and anr. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-04-2000

Reported in : [2002]126STC48(P& H)

..... that once the exemption certificate is so cancelled, it would necessarily follow that the exemption of tax already availed of under such a certificate would become without any authority of law and liable to be recovered. this consequence, according to the learned advocate-general, is clearly provided in clause (v) of sub-rule (10) of rule 28a of the rules. it ..... the respondents have a case for withdrawal of the eligibility certificate under sub-rule (8) of rule 28a of the rules, they shall be free to proceed in accordance with law and nothing observed by us in this petition shall prejudice their rights under that provision.13. with these observations, the writ petition is disposed of in the above terms. in .....

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Jul 21 2000 (HC)

Harbans Singh and ors. Vs. Sarbjit Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-21-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR781

..... the award being made a rule of the court and a decree being prepared in terms of the award then it may be difficult to accept the absolute proposition in law that the provisions of order 9 rule 13 would not apply or for that matter that such a decree would not be in the nature of an exparte decree.'21 ..... absence of the decree the filing of the appeal would be incomplete, defective and incompetent.' he drew my attention to maghi singh v. jhagar singh, 1983 (1) all india land laws reporter 114 where it was held that ''where appeal was filed without certified copy and there was note given on the appeal that certified copy would be filed later on ..... submitted that in any case, the order passed by sub judge 1st class, tarn taran dated 22.7.88 affirmed in appeal by additional district judge, amritsar was bad in law. in as much as, sub judge should not have dismissed the objections in default. he should have disposed of the objections on the basis of evidence that had come on ..... act, 1940 reads as follows:11. appealable orders (1) an appeal shall lie from the following orders passed under this act (and from no other) to the court authorised by law to hear appeals from original decree of the court passing the orders:an order(i) superseding an arbitration.(ii) on an award stated in the form of a special case .....

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Jul 19 2000 (HC)

Ram Lal Vs. Ram Kundi and Dharamasthan Society

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-19-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR802

..... since on earlier occasion, they had already taken steps for substitution of a deceased party. when the appellants had knowledge of the death and had been acquainted with the procedural law, non-compliance of order 22, rule 10-a c.p.c. is not a sufficient cause either for condonation of delay or for setting aside abatement. application for setting aside ..... record.10. however, when such information has been given and still application has not been filed to bring on record the legal representatives, in that event, it is not the law that the petition will not abate. in fact, such an information was given on 10.11.1983 vide civil misc. application no. 5237-cii of 1983 seeking early hearing of ..... such death to the other party. however, this provision not being absolutely mandatory and castes a duty only on the pleader, we thought it necessary to answer the question of law involved in this appeal.'9. in the present case in hand, the learned counsel for the respondent had informed even the petitioner's counsel about the death of the petitioner ..... in the case of united bank of india v. smt. kanan bala devi and ors., air 1987 s.c. 1510. herein, the supreme court recorded as under:-'of course, the law under the present civil procedure code obviate this difficulty to some extent under order 22 rule 10-a. under the rule, when a pleader appearing for a party to the suit comes .....

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Aug 10 2000 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Amit Gupta

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-10-2000

Reported in : [2001]248ITR135(P& H)

..... decision thereof by this court :'whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the learned income-tax appellate tribunal was right in law in holding that the lower authorities were not justified in initiating proceedings under section 147(a) of the income-tax act, 1961, for the assessment year 1987-88 because there ..... -76, the tribunal has not committed any illegality because the facts of the two cases were quite similar.5. for the reasons mentioned above, we hold that no question of law arises in this case and the appeal is liable to be dismissed. ordered accordingly.

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Sep 12 2000 (HC)

Baldev Singh Giani Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-12-2000

Reported in : (2001)168CTR(P& H)252; [2001]248ITR266(P& H)

..... reassessment proceedings by respondent no. 3 and the direction given by respondent no. 2 to the said respondent to continue with the said proceedings are vitiated by patent error of law and deserve to be quashed. at the cost of repetition, we may mention that while allowing the appeal filed by the petitioner against the order dated march 24, 1995, passed ..... -tax (appeals) vide his order dated march 27, 1998, set aside the assessment as a whole and remitted the case to respondent no. 3 to complete the assessment as per law keeping in view the guidelines laid down by the tribunal. thereafter, the petitioner submitted the application dated december 17, 1999, to respondent no. 3 in which he made the following ..... assessee to furnish material particulars. there was no nexus between the conclusion drawn and the material available on record. he accordingly argued that the reassessment proceedings initiated are bad in law. shri sud submitted that the assessing officer had not recorded any reasons as required under sub-section (2) of section 148 before issuing notice under section 148. shri sud further .....

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Mar 02 2000 (HC)

Central Bank of India Vs. NaraIn Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-02-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR433

m.l. singhal, j.1. it was suit for recovery of rs. 60609/- filed by the central bank of indian, a body corporate constituted under the banking company acquisition and transfer of undertakings) act 1970 through its general attorney/manager sh. s.s. sharma posted with central bank of india laswa branch against rarian singh and hari chand-defendants, on the allegations, that narain singh approached plaintiff bank for a crop. loan for purchase of seeds and fertilizers etc. he made application dated 15.9.1987 with a view to obtaining loan for the purchase of seeds and fertilizers etc. loan was duly sanctioned to him by the bank. after the sanctioning of the cash credit hypothecation limit, narain singh obtained a cash credit hypothecation limit of rs. 50,000/- on interest 16.5% per annum with half yearly rests from the plaintiff bank vide an agreement dated 27.10.1987 against hypothecation of crops standing in his fields. he was to repay the said cash credit hypothecation limit after harvesting of the crops or on demand by the plaintiff bank. on 27.10.1987 narain singh executed loan-cum-hypothecation agreement (crops) for rs. 50,000/- in favour of the bank. in consideration of the bank sanctioning cash credit hypothecation limit in favour of narain singh, he mortgaged agricultural land measuring 48 kanals, belonging to him vide registered mortgage deed dated 15.9.1987. it was stipulated in the mortgage deed that interest @ 16.5% per annum with half yearly rests shall run on the .....

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