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Sep 25 2012 (HC)

Swami Ramanand Shikshan Prasarak Mandal Vs. the State of Maharashtra, ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... empowers it to hold, control and arrange for administration of assets and properties of university. it lays down policy for administration of funds at disposal of university, enter in to contracts on behalf of university, provide buildings, furniture, premises, apparatus and other means needed to carry work of the university. it can institute and confer such degrees, diplomas etc. ..... scheme for providing financial assistance to new model colleges in ebd are also being relied upon. ugc then invited proposals from concerned universities with undertaking of state, both in format prescribed by it. the joint secretary of state then asked respondent 5 university to submit proposal to ugc for establishment of model college. 4. adv. talekar for petitioner ..... , the common seal and properties of the university. section 23 of 1994 act constitutes all salaried officers, members of authorities, committees or bodies, teachers and other employees of university deemed public servants under s. 21 of the ipc. 12. in this background section 27 providing the formation of management council should be looked into. it provides for different personnel who ..... was then taken up on 16.4.2012 and respondent 5 was directed to make statement whether any permission as contemplated by s. 82 of the maharashtra universities act,1994 (1994 act-hereafter) was granted for setting up the model college in question. the state government was directed to furnish information/documents in terms of the clauses (vii),(viii),( .....

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Sep 25 2012 (HC)

Swami Ramanand Shikshan Prasarak Mandal Vs. the State of Maharashtra, ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... empowers it to hold, control and arrange for administration of assets and properties of university. it lays down policy for administration of funds at disposal of university, enter in to contracts on behalf of university, provide buildings, furniture, premises, apparatus and other means needed to carry work of the university. it can institute and confer such degrees, diplomas etc. ..... scheme for providing financial assistance to new model colleges in ebd are also being relied upon. ugc then invited proposals from concerned universities with undertaking of state, both in format prescribed by it. the joint secretary of state then asked respondent 5 university to submit proposal to ugc for establishment of model college. 4. adv. talekar for petitioner ..... , the common seal and properties of the university. section 23 of 1994 act constitutes all salaried officers, members of authorities, committees or bodies, teachers and other employees of university deemed public servants under s. 21 of the ipc. 12. in this background section 27 providing the formation of management council should be looked into. it provides for different personnel who ..... was then taken up on 16.4.2012 and respondent 5 was directed to make statement whether any permission as contemplated by s. 82 of the maharashtra universities act,1994 (1994 act-hereafter) was granted for setting up the model college in question. the state government was directed to furnish information/documents in terms of the clauses (vii),(viii),( .....

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May 09 2014 (HC)

Shobha Dipak Behde Vs. Umakant Reva Fegade and Others

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... court has considered that later expression of the will of the sovereign in contrast with the stipulation as contained under sections 2(a) and 3(2) of the disqualification act would enable formation of electoral aghadis or fronts. in the case before the supreme court, it was the registration of the aghadi which was being contested and the disqualification under the circumstances ..... to the notification of election results on registration has been accorded and adorned with status of pre-poll aghadi, an aghadi as has been referred to under the mlamd act. 67. formation of post-poll aghadi within one month of notification of election results and its registration denotes that it is for the purpose of and would be required to be considered ..... of which, said object would have been hindered and difficult to be achieved. 56. the second proviso to sub-section (2b) of section 63 of maharashtra municipal councils act provides a room for formation of aghadi within a period of one month from the date of notification of election results and accords it status of a pre-poll aghadi on registration. for ..... a given case, the variation might result in the consequence of rendering some of the councillors disqualified for continuing as councillors. section 31-a of the municipal corporation act only enables the formation of an aghadi or front within a month from the date of the notification of the results of the election to the municipal corporation. to permit recognition of variations .....

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Dec 21 2012 (HC)

Manik Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... as reached subjectively, if the person who receives, when he steps in as witness is not able to state and depose "the reasons" which have propelled formation of opinion. for example :- he may say that i saw the declarant, observed him and he has a "gut feeling", or he "believes" that ..... pouring kerosene on his wife sangita, setting her fire on 10.10.2003, at 4.15 p.m. and murdering her under section 302 of the indian penal code. case of prosecution : 2. the story as was put forward by prosecution :- on 10.10.2003 victim sangita and accused manik were present ..... the height of being objective. 38. an opinion would undoubtedly be liable to be taken into consideration being relevant under section 45 of the evidence act. an opinion undoubtedly gets the credibility for consideration in absence of direct evidence or even when evidence is available, depending upon respective weight. this strength ..... 647. proposition based on these seven citations :- if it is shown from the evidence that the dying declaration is voluntary and the crucial factor constituting the act of accused in setting the victim to burns is seen to be coherent, it would be a fit case to order conviction. of appreciation and assessment ..... or difference appearing in two sets of dying declarations. (i) considering totality of circumstances, the charge that the husband ?? accused had committed the act of pouring kerosene and setting his wife sangita to fire are proved to such extent that said charge is liable to be believed and to be .....

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Aug 23 2013 (HC)

Gajanan S/O. Subhashrao Suryawanshi Vs. Sharad Namdeo Pawar and Others

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... such as telephone lines or computers 3. (communications) the means of traveling or of transporting goods, such as roads or railways. definition of term ??communication ? as per indian contract act :- section 3 of indian contract act :- communication, acceptance and revocation of proposals : the communication of proposals, the acceptance of proposals, and the revocation of the proposals and acceptance, respectively, are deemed to ..... communication as understood in common parlance that the communication must reach the person to whom it is addressed, as can be seen from the definition of said term in the indian contract act, as well as, in the dictionary, will have no application. 63] it would appropriate to refer to the meaning and definition :meaning as per concise oxford english dictionary ..... maintained in records of the collector in a register in form iv under rule 5. in this manner, the evidence of formation of a municipal party comes into existence and any doubts or disputes relating to formation of a particular municipal party, and the members thereof, along-with the requisite particulars furnished, filed, notified and entered in ..... the register are ruled out. 9. the disqualification with which we are concerned is contemplated by clause(b) of subsection (1) of section 3 of the act. voting or abstaining from .....

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Jun 29 2016 (HC)

Shah Faruq Shabir and Others Vs. Govindrao Ramu Vasave and Others

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... identity and merge into aghadi or front or bring into existence a new political party. there is no merger, as contemplated under section 5 of the disqualification act. it is, thus, clear that formation of such an aghadi or front is for the purposes of securing better representation in the various categories of the committees specified therein and it cannot be equated ..... formed and information was submitted in form i as per rule 3(1)(a) of the disqualification rules. on 29.12.2009, six councillors of sanghatana and 8 councillors of indian national congress submitted a requisition to the collector for moving no confidence motion against the president. the new pratod mr.ganesh pawar of ncp and one another councillor filed disqualification ..... general elections for bhor municipal council, district pune, which consists of 17 councillors were held on 22.06.2008. at the election, 8 councillors of ncp party, 8 councillors of indian national congress party and one independent candidate were declared elected. the independent candidate joined ncp immediately on declaration of results. one mr.yashawant baburao dal was appointed as gatneta (group ..... election to the post of president which was scheduled to be held on 23.06.2010. petitioners violated the whip and a candidate viz. mr.damu vana birhade, belonging to indian national congress (congress i), was elected as the president and petitioner no.1 came to be elected as vice president. petitioners were sought to be disqualified in view of provisions .....

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May 05 2016 (HC)

Jyoti Pratapsingh Chadel and Others Vs. Collector, Nanded and Others

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... party loses its significance and he represents public at large catering to needs of citizens and is answerable to public rather than to party. it had been contended that formation of mahur tirtha kshetra vikas aghadi, by petitioners is, therefore, not material. petitioners contend that their resignations are not significant and that a contradictory stand is being taken ..... arrangement continued to operate smoothly till 2013. in february, 2013, petitioners purportedly abandoned ncp with other councillors and formed mahur tirtha kshetra vikas aghadi. an intimation in respect of formation of aforesaid aghadi to the collector, nanded, had been routed through mnp. one of the councillors, however, later on retracted from the aghadi and continued to be with ..... is also a body corporate and has perpetual succession, a common seal, power to acquire and dispose of property and enter into contract and can sue and be sued. section 341-b of the municipalities act provides for constitution and elections to nagar panchayat of seventeen directly elected councillors by dividing the transitional area into territorial constituencies, to be ..... disqualification rules, 1987 (mlamd rules). respondent no.3 alleged that petitioners stand disqualified on three grounds, namely; (a) by formation of mahur tirtha kshetra vikas aghadi ; (b) by resignations giving up membership of ncp ; (c) by acting contrary to directions of the district president of ncp 10. in the complaint before respondent no.1, respondent no.3 has .....

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Oct 29 2015 (HC)

Ram and Others Vs. The State of Maharashtra Through its Secretary, Hig ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... and state govt. an the measures necessary far improvement and university education. 13. the learned counsel submitted that, the ugc was entrusted with the task of coordination, formation and maintenance of the standard of university education. it engaged itself. in, among other things, framing regulations on minimum standard of education, determining standards, of teaching, ..... universities/colleges/institutions. the learned counsel further submitted that, the state of maharashtra as per government resolution dated 25th july, 2002 introduced appointments of teaching posts on contract basis. as per clause 2, it has been specifically stated that, the appointee should be passed net/set examination. but, from the subject, which net/set ..... testing bureau of university grants commission (ugc) conducts national eligibility test (net) to determine eligibility for lectureship and for award of junior research fellowship (jrf) for indian nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for entrance in the teaching profession and research. the test is conducted twice in a year, generally in the month of ..... , those colleges, who have taken approval of advertisement from the university and appointed candidates as per the maharashtra universities act, 1994 through selection committee, as per the norms, such candidates, having requisite qualifications, appointed on contract basis, are not required again to go through the selection process and their appointments should be regularized. the learned .....

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Jun 15 2016 (HC)

Gajanan Sadashiv Hivarkar and Others Vs. State of Maharashtra and Anot ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... time of the celebration of the marriage rather than actual participation in the acts which ultimately lead to the formation of the marriage contract. in my opinion, the aforesaid act in itself does not lead to the necessary conclusion that the act was done to facilitate the performance of the marriage, much less could it ..... judge, satara. in the malan rama case (supra), the accused are convicted for the offence committed under section 495 r/w section 114 of the indian penal code and are sentenced to suffer rigorous imprisonment for one day and fine of rs.10/- (ten rupees). 7. the observations of this ..... o) as no case has been made out which would attract section 107, none of these petitioners would be convicted or punished for any offence under the indian penal code. 3. the learned advocate appearing on behalf of respondent no.2 has supported the impugned orders. his submissions can be summarized as follows :- ..... has been made out against the petitioners under sections 107 and 109 so as to punish them for the offence committed under section 494 of the indian penal code. (l) merely because petitioner no.5 to 13 have attended the second marriage would not make them liable for punishment since they have ..... , filed a complaint with the learned judicial magistrate first class, nandurbar alleging commission of offences punishable under section 494 r/w section 109 of the indian penal code. (e) it was alleged that petitioner nos.1 and 2 have got married on 27.02.2001 in the presence of the other .....

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