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Oct 14 1985 (HC)

Abdul Rahiman Rahimkhan Vs. D.S. Soman, Commissioner of Police and anr ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1986(1)BomCR319

..... backwards from the effect to the cause the parameters would be different. a perusal of the grounds shows that the offence like extortion, kidnapping, criminal intimidation and arson have been imputed to karim lala. thus, it would not be correct to say that simply because karim lala was released on ..... cause of public order. it will have to be appreciated that the consideration that would weigh with a law officer prosecuting a person in a criminal court would be different from those that would weigh with a detaining authority in taking preventive and pre-emptive action with a view of curbing ..... the bar that the detaining authority has not applied its mind as to whether continued detention of the detenu was necessary. concededly, in the criminal cases arising out of the incidents referred to in the grounds of detention karim lala has been released on bail and sometimes upon a concession made ..... state government confirmed the detention on 9-9-1985. it is this last detention and the continued detention that is being challenged by the present criminal writ petition.4. counsel for the petitioner has gone hammer and tongs and this detention order and according to counsel to the achilles heel of ..... after receiving the report of the advisory board on 31-5-1985, the state government confirmed the detention. this detention and continued detention was challenged by criminal writ petition no. 366 of 1985 filed in this court on 17-5-1985. during the pendency of this writ petition, the detention was revoked .....

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Aug 01 2006 (TRI)

Ex-si Ajay Kumar Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Reported in : (2007)(1)SLJ274CAT

..... below 16 years with criminal intentions and immediate intention of departmental proceedings for destroying the matrimonial home of an innocent citizen ..... page 84). he also gave another complaint alleging misconduct and criminal offences on the part of shri ajay singh (applicant) for registering fir under sections 120b, 363, 498, 506 ipc on the charges of kidnapping, criminal conspiracy, extending criminal intimidation and threats and enticing and taking away and detaining with criminal intent a married woman and also for detaining a minor girl ..... relation with meenu and he doubts that ajay has taken menu on their consultation with each, other ram sharan made a complaint to p.s. sarai rohilla regarding kidnapping of meenu sharma by ajay. he sent his younger brother sushil and sunder the younger brother of ram sharan to the house of ajay sharma at anand parvat. ..... subordinate rank in his official relations with the public, departmental enquiry shall be ordered after obtaining prior approval of the additional commissioner of police concerned as to whether a criminal case should be registered and investigated or a departmental enquiry should be held. (3) the suspected police officer may or may not be present at a preliminary .....

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Sep 10 1997 (HC)

Prasanna Kumar Mishra Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1998Ori85

..... areas; (b) compile information, from time to time, on instance of all offences against women in the state, or in selected areas, including cases related to marriage and dowry, rape, kidnapping, criminal abduction, eve-teasing, immoral trafficking in women and cases of medical negligence in causing delivery or sterilisation or medical intervention that relate to child bearing or child birth; (c) will ..... as it has no jurisdiction to direct deduction. that being the position, we direct that the petitioner shall pay rs. 350/- per month till 7-12-1996, when the aforesaid criminal proceeding no. 796 of 1995 was instituted in the family court. cuttack. the amount shall be payable from february, 1995 when complaint was lodged before the commission. the amount shall ..... is no power conferred on the commission to direct deduction to be made from salary of any person for payment towards maintenance. such power can be exercised only by a criminal court in terms of section 125 of the code or under sections 24, 25 and 26 of the hindu marriage act, 1955 (in short, 'the marriage act'). the direction be ..... . 350/-from his salary so as to be deposited in the bank account in the name of opposite party no. 4. an application under section 125 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (in short, 'the code') has been filed by opposite party no. 4 claiming maintenance from the petitioner.3. petitioner has questioned jurisdiction of the commission to make an .....

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Aug 03 2010 (SC)

Bhabani Prasad Jena Etc. Vs. Convenr.Sec.Orissa S.Comn.for ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... areas;(b) compile information, form time to time, on instances of all offences against women in the state, or in selected areas, including cases related to marriage and dowry, rape, kidnapping, criminal abduction, eve-teasing, immoral trafficking in women and cases of medical negligence in causing delivery or sterilization or medical intervention that relates to child bearing or child birth; (c) will .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Nilam Katara Vs. State Govt. of Nct of Delhi and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

State Vs. Vikas Yadav and Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Vishal Yadav Vs. State Govt. of Up

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Sukhdev Yadav Vs. State and Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

State Vs. Sukhdev Yadav @ Pehalwan

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Vikas Yadav Vs. State of Up

Court : Delhi

..... exercise of its inherent power under section 482 of the cr.p.c.419. this issue in the context of a case involving the offences of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping for ransom and murder was considered by the supreme court in the judgment reported at (2014) scc online sc952 suresh & anr. v. state of ..... years. (k) (2009) 6 scc498 santoshkumar bariyar v. state of maharashtra : in this case, the deceased was a friend of the appellants who was kidnapped for ransom and murdered by them after planning. despite these factors, the court held that the death penalty was not an appropriate sentence. the young age of ..... matured man aged 43 years, while working as a mason in the house of the victim, was convicted on the basis of circumstantial evidence for kidnapping, raping and killing a minor girl and causing disappearance of evidence of the offence. the court upheld the findings of the high court that the case ..... committed various other robberies. (c) pre-meditated acts (a) manu/sc/0105/2013, sunder v. state (by inspector of police) : the appellant kidnapped a seven year old boy with whom he was acquainted and murdered him as a result of failure of his parents to pay the demanded ransom. death ..... for life is prescribed. the statute also mandates that the convict ?shall also be liable to fine?.34. for commission of the offence of kidnapping or abducting in order to murder, section 364 ipc prescribes that the convict shall be punished with imprisonment for life or rigorous imprisonment which may extend .....

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