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Sep 26 2000 (HC)

Shetanbai and ors. Vs. Ajay Kumar and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-26-2000

Reported in : 2002ACJ1259

..... bus, that caused the accident, we are of the opinion that the insurance company cannot maintain the cross-objections, since it is alleging the negligence. it is a well settled law that the insurance company can challenge the award only on the grounds available to it under section 149(2) of the motor vehicles act, 1988, unless it has sought permission .....

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Mar 02 2000 (HC)

Sasibhusan Das Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Mar-02-2000

Reported in : AIR2000Ori95

..... the law. we are of the view that the writ application is maintainable at the instance of the petitioner.14. next is the question whether the decision has been taken at the ..... said case. this court observed that the lawyer in his own interest and in the interest of other lawyers and the litigant public has a right to see that the law is observed and authorities in whom power is not vested to take a decision as regards shifting of the seat of the high court are restrained from committing violation of ..... in 1998 by the then chairman of the commission and its secretary for their personal interest and that the purported government decision is not a decision of the government in law inasmuch as such decision has not been taken by the cabinet in accordance with the rules of business.2. the opposite parties have filed a counter-affidavit pointing out the .....

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Sep 21 2000 (HC)

Mittal Rice Mills (P) Ltd. Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Sep-21-2000

Reported in : [2001]122STC159(Orissa)

..... to be purchases after april 1, 1978.5. learned counsel for the petitioner has drawn our attention to the decision of the supreme court in deputy commissioner of sales tax (law), board of revenue (taxes) v, padinjarakara agencies [1985] 60 stc 308. that is a case where the petitioner had got some stock of paddy which was purchased at a lesser ..... tribunal') in its order confirmed the same. being aggrieved by the aforesaid order, petitioner filed a reference application before the tribunal and the tribunal has referred the aforesaid question of law enumerated in paragraph 1 for determination of this court.4. from a narration of relevant statutory notification, it is clear that if paddy is purchased for conversion into rice or ..... p.k. misra, j.1. in this reference application the following question was referred for determination of this court in accordance with law :'whether, in the facts and circumstances of the case, the tribunal is justified to support levy of purchase tax on paddy remaining stock as on april 1, 1978 and not .....

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Dec 22 2000 (HC)

Manas Ranjan Thakur Vs. State

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-22-2000

Reported in : 2001(I)OLR334

..... not that the corroboration is essential before there can be a conviction, but there is necessity to corroboration as a matter of prudence. it is also well settled in law that absence of injury on the private part of the victim or stains of semen or spermato/.a is of no consequence and cannot negative the offence of rape, ..... inference that p.w.3 had eloped p.w. i. with oblique motive and that p.w.2 was a consenting party.11. it is well settled in law that conviction can be based on the sole testimony of the prosecutrix if her evidence does not suffer from infirmities or is not improbable and is found to be trustworthy ..... the quilt/mattress (kantha) has not been seized by the i.o. p.w.2 is 'bhandari' (barber) by caste and he has stated that his son-in-law is the sworn friend of p.w.3 for which p.w.3 and p.w.i were given shelter in his house without knowing their relationship. p.ws. 2 ..... and on the following morning, it is stated that the prosecutrix orally reported about the occurrence which was reduced to writing (ext.l) by p.w.8 and the law was set in motion. in the above circumstances, the chances of concoction or initiation of a false case after premeditation and consultation, cannot be ruled out. it is stated ..... to the house of p.w.2 in village bileisathi under patnagarh police station in the district of bolangir who was known to p.w.3 being the father-in-law of the sworn friend of p.w.3. they stayed there for five days. it is alleged that in the night of 31.8.94, the appellant ( .....

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May 05 2000 (HC)

Swamy Aroopananda Vs. Bagmisri Nilamadhaba Bramha and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : May-05-2000

Reported in : 90(2000)CLT756; 2000CriLJ4296; 2000(II)OLR159

..... as well as opposite parties 2 and 3. interestingly while perusing the complaint petition, i find that sri gopinath panda, orissa superior judicial service (senior branch), the then commissioner of hindu religious endowments, orissa bhubaneswar was cited as a witness in the said complaint petition. this court is yet to know whether his name was cited with his consent or without ..... of the case cited in the aforesaid decisions are similar to that of the case at hand wherein a complaint has been filed by a lawyer and the commissioner of hindu religious endowments has been cited as a witness in the complaint petition. so it is not the lawyer who has been aggrieved by the alleged offence committed by the petitioner ..... endowments, a senior judicial officer, intending to harm his reputation. it was further alleged in the complaint that orders passed under sections 19, 25, 35 and 68 of the orissa hindu religious endowments act are judicial orders and therefore, no opinion can be given in the newspaper. the learned magistrate prima facie found that an offence has been committed and took ..... , or with both.'4. on a bare reading of the aforesaid sections, it is clear that a person shall be punished under section 500, ipc if he defames another person.law is well settled that in order to bring the defamatory imputations within the meaning of section 499, ipc ill-will or malice on the part of the writer or publisher .....

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May 12 2000 (HC)

Purna Chandra Suar Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : May-12-2000

Reported in : 90(2000)CLT520; 2001(73)ECC672; 2000(II)OLR321

..... framed against the appellant under section 27 of the act is evidently defective and his conviction under section 21 of the act which provides for higher punishment is contrary to law and cannot be sustained and the impugned judgment can be reversed or set aside keeping in view the provisions of section 465 of the code of criminal procedure. the above ..... not erroneous and he has not committed any error of law rejecting the contention of the defence counsel and in convicting the appellant under section 21 of the act. the rival contentions require careful consideration.6. in this case though the ..... unsustainable in law as he stood his trial for the offence under section 27 of the act. mr. patnaik supported the impugned judgment contending that the finding of the learned sessions judge is ..... state, were heard at length. mr. rath assailed the impugned judgment contending that the learned sessions judge has failed to appreciate the evidence on record properly and has erred in law in holding that there was no breach of the mandatory provisions of the act and that the conviction of the appellant under section 21 of the act is illegal and .....

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Feb 29 2000 (HC)

Divisional Manager, New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Pranab Sundar Sah ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Feb-29-2000

Reported in : II(2002)ACC714

p.c. naik, j.1. an award of rs. 30,000/- passed against the insurer is assailed before this court in this appeal.2. the facts involved in this case lie in a narrow compass. on 12.8.1990 at about 12.15 p.m. the claimant-respondent no. 1 who was riding a bicycle was injured when a vehicle bearing registration no. o.a.x. 1883 knocked him down. the claimant sustained bodily injury and was removed to the headquarters hospital, balasore for treatment. the bicycle, which he was riding at the relevant point of time, was completely damaged. alleging that the accident was solely due to rash and negligent driving, the claimant claimed rs. 70,000/- as compensation from the owner and insurer of the vehicle.3. the claim was resisted by the owner, respondent no. 2, on the ground that the accident was solely due to negligence of the claimant, who, though was going on a bicycle, was holding the 'dala' of the truck with one hand and when the driver applied the brake, could not control himself and dashed against the vehicle which resulted in injuries on his person. the rashness and negligence of the driver was specifically denied. alternatively, it was submitted that in case he was held liable, the liability was to be saddled on the insurer, i.e., new india assurance co. ltd. (appellant herein) with which the vehicle was insured at the relevant time.4. the insurer also filed its written statement denying its liability and as is usual with the insurers, took all pleas on merits. no statutory .....

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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 04 2000 (HC)

Narinder Pal Singh Bindra Vs. Harminder Kaur Dhindsa and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-04-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR596

v.s. aggarwal, j.1. the present revision petition has been filed by narinder pal singh bindra (hereinafter described as the petitioner) directed against the order passed by the learned rent controller, chandigarh dated 24.1.1994 and of the appellate authority, chandigarh dated 29.10.1996. the learned rent controller had passed an order of eviction which was upheld by the appellate authority.2. the relevant facts are that respondent no. 1 filed the eviction petition against the petitioner and two others (respondents 1 and 2) with respect to the premises in dispute. it was asserted that property was let to respondents 2 and 3 for residential purpose except the garage with the condition that they will use the premises only for residence. a school has been started in the said premises under the name and style of saraswati model school. respondent no. 1 objected but respondents 2 and 3 assured that building would be vacated. thereafter respondents 2 and 3 closed their school and disbanded their establishment. they handed over the possession to the petitioner without permission and consent of respondent no. 1. a school has been started under the name and style of standard public school. the other grounds of eviction are not in controversy in the present revision petition.3. the petition for eviction was contested and respondents 2 and 3 in their written statement asserted that property in question in fact had been let to vidya parishad for running the school. the said vidya .....

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Jul 11 2000 (HC)

Kashmir Singh Vs. Tana S/O Haria and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-11-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR653

..... benefit of the said sale deed dated 13.9.1994 allegedly executed by the other co-sharer in their favour. however, in my opinion, the learned executing court erred in law in this regard as well.17. in (1989-2)96 plr, 185 (supra), it was held by this court that where the decree was for joint possession of immovable property ..... the co-sharers in the suit land and they could not be dispossessed therefrom in execution of the decree in question till the land had been partitioned in accordance with law. however, this plea of the objector-petitioners was repelled by the executing court by observing that the sale deed in question dated 13.9.194 allegedly executed by fatta in ..... decreeholders being the co-sharers were entitled to symbolic possession only in view of the provisions of section 21 rule 35(2), cpc, and the executing court had erred in law in ordering delivery of physical possession. this contention raised on behalf of the objector-judgment debtors was repelled by this court and it was held that the provisions of section ..... co-sharers partitioned, in view of the provisions of order 21 rule 35(2), cpc. it was further submitted that this being the position, the learned executing court erred in law in dismissing the objections of the petitioner and issuing warrants of actual possession in respect of the land measuring 96 kanals 16 marlas, the details of which were given by .....

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