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May 02 1968 (HC)

Nanak Chand Benarsi Das and ors. Vs. Chander Kishore and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-02-1968

Reported in : AIR1969Delhi235; 1969CriLJ965

..... now remains to consider the last contention of the learned counsel for the respondent. the contention is based on section 20 of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956 which came into force on 21st december, 1956. the section reads:--'(1) subject to the provisions of this section a hindu is bound during his or her lifetime, to maintain his or her legitimate or illegitimate children and his or her ..... right to refuse to maintain the petitioners, we cannto help expressing our strong disapproval of the conduct and behavior of the petitioners in maligning their own father and bringing a charge of adultery against him visa-vis smt. bimla devi who has been held by the learned magistrate to be his lawfully wedded wife and who admittedly brought them up for ..... . 50/- each as ordered by the learned addl. sessions judge, so long as they are pursuing their educational career with liberty to apply for enhancement of the allowance if and when necessary, consistently with the provisions of the code of criminal procedure.74. the result of our decision is that the reference made by the learned addl. sessions judge recommending enhancement ..... his account'26. it may be mentioned here that the girl anita to whom maintenance had been awarded in the last mentioned case was above 18 years of age. the argument that she was major and, thereforee, nto a child was repelled by the learned judges.27. in bombay, the view taken by beaumont c. j. and wassoodew j. in ahmed shaikh .....

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Dec 12 1968 (HC)

E.T. Sen (Retd.) Vs. Edatata Narayanan and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-12-1968

Reported in : AIR1969Delhi201; 1969CriLJ884; 5(1969)DLT348; ILR1969Delhi157

..... ' and 'national herald'. 7. respondent no. 2 shri p. viswanath, printer and publisher of the 'patriot', has in his affidavit adopted the averments in the counter-affidavit of shri vidya rattan and has said nothing else on his own behalf separately. it is unnecessary to refer ..... two criminal original applications (criminal original nos. 39 and 40 of 1868) by brig. e t. sen (retd.) under section 3 of the contempt of courts act read with article 215 of the constitution, raising as they do common questions, are being disposed of by one order.2. brig ..... because this court, while considering the question of contempt of court, is wholly unconcerned with the political views of alleged contemners. the charge of contempt of court in this case is to be considered on the merits unmindful of the alleged contemners' political views. i have ..... for their contempt was nto questioned by anyone.12. in surendra mohanty v. state of orissa, criminal appeal no. 107 of 1956 decided on 23-1-1961 (sc) on appeal by the contemner from his conviction and sentence ordered by the high court of ..... he had presented a letter about the illegal activities of the american intelligence service in india to mrs. vijayalakshmi pandit in january, 1961, when she was india's high commissioner to britain and that this complaint contained reference to brig, (then colonel) sen. 'contacted, mrs. ..... costs which i fix at rs. 250/- in each case.s.k. kapur, j. 27. i entirely agree.jagjit sing, j. 28. i entirely agree.29. contemner warned. .....

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