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Dec 12 2003 (HC)

Hind Lamps Ltd. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-12-2003

Reported in : 2005(1)ESC526

..... chief minister. it was made clear in the meeting with the chief minister, that the matter of wages, dearness allowance etc. would be negotiated with indicate shramik sangh, under the mediation of the labour commissioner separately. by way of abundant caution, the management further issued notice to all workmen stating therein that it was open to workmen to collect the benefits ..... leave and other benefits. it was also agreed in the aforementioned agreement that the matter of wages, dearness allowance, bonus etc. would be negotiated with indicate shramik sangh under the mediation of the labour commissioner and this was duly settled by settlement dated 20.7.1979, which was also registered under the u.p. industrial disputes act. the settlement dated 20 .....

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May 07 2003 (HC)

Smt. Kala Kumari Vs. Ram Bhawan Anand

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-07-2003

Reported in : AIR2004All54; II(2004)DMC516

..... for his wife. he asked the husband to go out and in cross-examination, the witness gave out that the husband lost temper in his office and requested him to mediate.23. p.w. 3 bajrangi lal, a typist in section of the appellant, supported the appellant's version and> testified in clear words that the respondent asked him to watch .....

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Sep 16 2003 (HC)

inder Mohan Oberoi Vs. Zila Basic Shiksha Adhikari and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-16-2003

Reported in : (2004)1UPLBEC208

rakesh tiwari, j.1. heard counsel for the parties.2. the petitioner, was working as assistant teacher in gopal balak junior high school, kankar khera, shobhapur, meerut since 25.2.1996. the zila basic shiksha adhikari approved his appointment. he is aggrieved by the order of his dismissal dated 3.12.2001, passed by committee of management (respondent no. 2). the petitioner has the following educational qualifications :-----------------------------------------------------------------------------educational qualification year examination body-----------------------------------------------------------------------------high school 1977 u.p. board of high school and intermediate education, u.p., allahabad.intermediate 1979 -- do --b. com. 1982 meerut universityb. ed. (shiksha shastri) 1986 sampoorna nand sanskrit vishwavidyalaya,varanasi-----------------------------------------------------------------------------3. on a general complaint made by some persons against the management of gopal balak junior high school, kankar khera, shobhapur, meerut to the governor and the chief minister, the deputy director of education (science), office of the director of education (basic), u.p., allahabad (respondent no. 4), conducted an enquiry. pending enquiry the payment of salary to the teachers of the school was stopped vide order dated 30.9.2000, aggrieved by the aforesaid order, the petitioner and some other teachers along with him filed writ petition no. 4094 of 2001, girish thapar and ors .....

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Aug 05 2003 (HC)

Kendriya Karamchari Sahkari Grih Nirman Samiti Ltd. Vs. New Okhla Indu ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-05-2003

Reported in : (2003)3UPLBEC2561

m. katju, j.1. this writ petition has been filed for a writ of certiorari to quash the impugned order dated 5.5.1998, annexure-r to the writ petition by which the respondent has cancelled the allotments of land made in favour of the members of the petitioner society on the ground that the same had been obtained by misrepresentation and fraud. the petitioner has also prayed for a mandamus directing the respondent new okhla industrial development authority (noida) not to allot plots of the said land earlier earmarked for the members of the petitioner society in sections 42 and 43 noida in any one else's favour.2. heard learned counsel for the parties.3. the petitioner is a co-operative housing society registered under the u.p. co-operative societies act, 1965. it was registered in 1975. it was primarily formed for acquisition and development of land and allotment of the same to its members for construction of their residential units. the main object of the petitioner society was to enable its members to acquire plots of land on a comparatively low price on affordable terms.4. after registration of the society it purchased land for the aforesaid purpose in village chhallera from the funds contributed by its members as well as the funds lying in the society being members funds. it is alleged in paragraph 3 of the writ petition that between 1967 to 1976 there were 16 co-operative housing societies formed for similar purpose in the vicinity of the petitioner society.5. the .....

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Nov 11 2003 (HC)

Puran Singh Vs. Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-11-2003

Reported in : 2004(1)AWC853

orders. k. singh, j.1. heard counsel for the parties.2. challenge in this petition is the judgment of the board of revenue dated 4.7.1997 (annexure no. 5 to the writ petition) by which after setting aside the orders of three courts below mutation of the name of the opposite been allowed.3. there appears to be no dispute about the fact that dulla happens to be recorded tenant of the land. on his death name of babu lal was recorded by the supervisor kanoongo on the basis of p.a. 11. an application for mutation under section 34 of the land revenue act was filed by mst. kalli claiming herself to be widow of the deceased. another objection was filed by babu lal through ram rati, her mother, claiming himself to be the son of the deceased dulla as ram rati was married to dulla. after the evidence was led the tehsildar recorded a finding that ram rati was not married to dulla but was living with him and thus she can be said at the most to be concubine and, therefore, in view of the admitted position about mst. kalli being widow of the deceased her name was mutated. the order of tehsildar was challenged by the opposite party in the appellate court but the appeal was dismissed by the sub-divisional officer on 10.1.1991 and thereafter the revision was also dismissed by additional commissioner on 16.4.1993. the opposite party then filed revision before the board of revenue which was initially dismissed on 2.12.1993 but thereafter on recall of that order the revision has been allowed by .....

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May 22 2003 (HC)

Umesh Chandra and ors. Vs. Deputy Director of Consolidation and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-22-2003

Reported in : 2003(4)AWC2714

ashok bhushan, j.1. heard sri narendra mohan, learned counsel appearing for the petitioners and sri faujdar rai, learned counsel appearing for the respondent nos. 3 to 5. counter and rejoinder-affidavits have been exchanged and as prayed by counsel for both the parties the writ petition is being finally disposed of.2. by means of the this writ petition, the petitioners have prayed for quashing the order dated 1.4.2003 passed by the deputy director of consolidation, mirzapur and the order dated 11.12.1995 passed by the consolidation officer, ramal patti, mirzapur.3. brief facts of this case are :'an objection under section 9a (2) of the u. p. consolidation of holdings act, 1953 (hereinafter to be referred as 'the act') was filed by the petitioner nos. 1 and 2, petitioner nos. 6 to 9 and petitioner nos. 11 and 12 claiming that they are co-tenure holders with regard to land in dispute. in the objection roop chandra varma, ramesh chandra varma, sharad chandra varma and prakash chandra varma were impleaded as defendants and it was claimed that they had only 1/3rd share. a compromise was filed by both the parties and the consolidation officer on the basis of the aforesaid compromise passed an order on 15.5.1987. by order dated 15.5.1987 the names of the parties as co-tenure holders were recorded in khata no. 946 as per compromise. the compromise was made part of the order. the aforesaid objection was filed in the year 1986 before the consolidation officer and while passing the .....

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Jan 08 2003 (HC)

ishu Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-08-2003

Reported in : 2003(1)AWC774

orders.n. srivastava, j.1. this petition arises out of the proceedings under section 33/39 of the u. p. land revenue act. it would transpire from the record that a minor dispute relating to correction/mutation in the revenue record, escalated in proceedings which travelled upto the stage of commissioner and resulted in passing of the orders impugned in this petition including the orders passed by appellate as well as revisional authorities. the main plank of the grievance of the petitioner is that the authorities have not appraised the evidence and consequently merits of the case in its proper perspective. 2. i have heard learned counsel for the petitioner and also the learned counsel representing the opposite parties. since elaborate arguments have been canvassed at the very threshold, i feel, that the petition should be decided in limine. 3. the law is well-settled that orders passed by the revenue authorities in proceedings under sections 33, 34. 35 and 39 of the land revenue act wear the badge of an order stemming from summary proceedings and by this reckoning, the petition impugning orders passed in proceedings under sections 33, 34, 35 and 39 of the land revenue act is not maintainable. the view i am taking receives reinforcement from the ratio flowing from decisions in jaipal v. board of revenue and others, air 1957 all 205 ; lekh raj and anr. v. board of revenue and ors. 1981 rd 18 ; bahori lal and ors. v. board of revenue and ors., 1984 rd 374 ; brahma deo and ors. v .....

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May 16 2003 (HC)

Ram Lalit Vs. Deputy Director of Consolidation and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-16-2003

Reported in : 2003(4)AWC2761

ashok bhushan, j. 1. heard shri shankatha ral learned counsel appearing for the petitioner and shri s. n. singh, learned counsel appearing for respondent no. 3.2. by this writ petition, the petitioner has prayed for quashing of the order dated 28.2.2003 passed by deputy director of consolidation and the order dated 8.4.2002, passed by assistant settlement officer, consolidation, basti.3. facts of the case briefly stated are : ram bachan father of the petitioner died on 10.5.2001. petitioner filed an application for mutation of his name in place of ram bachan, deceased on the basis of registered will dated 3.3.2000. petitioner filed an application before assistant consolidation officer for mutation of his name in place of deceased father. the assistant consolidation officer passed an order on 20.6.2001 on the basis of compromise mutating the name of petitioner on the basis of will on chak nos. 184 and 213. the respondent no. 3 claiming wife of ram bhawan another son of ram bachan filed an appeal against the order dated 20.6.2001 passed by assistant consolidation officer. the case of respondent no. 3 in the appeal was that ram bachan had two sons petitioner and ram bhawan and she is widow of ram bhawan. it was stated that ram bhawan died during life time of ram bachan and she is entitled for half share and is in possession. the will executed in favour of the petitioner was disputed. an objection was filed in the appeal taking various pleas including the plea that petitioner is .....

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Jul 01 2003 (HC)

Shaukat Ali Vs. Allahabad Development Authority and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-01-2003

Reported in : 2003(4)AWC2939; (2003)2UPLBEC1573

m. katju, j.1. these two writ petitions are being disposed off by a common judgment.2. heard learned counsel for the parties.3. these two writ petitions as well as several similar writ petitions listed today before us disclose how the local authorities in the state are demanding and realising illegal amounts from the citizens causing immense harassment and hardship to the common man.4. what is happening in allahabad and other cities of the state is that whenever a citizen wants to make a building on his own land he has to apply for sanction of a map under section 15 of the u. p. urban planning and development act. 1973 (hereinafter referred to as the 'act'), and whenever such application for sanction of a map is made the allahabad development authority immediately sends a bill to the applicant demanding exorbitant amounts before sanction of the map. these bills have been challenged in these two writ petitions and in several other connected writ petitions and a perusal of the same shows that almost all these demands are illegal (as will be presently demonstrated). however, unless these amounts are paid the map is not sanctioned or released, causing great harassment to the applicant. thus, the allahabad development authority, as well as other development authorities in the state, which have been constituted under the act have become agencies of harassment to the public instead of being agencies of service to the people.5. in writ petition no. 47222 of 2002 the petitioner .....

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Mar 12 2003 (HC)

Ram Saran and ors. Vs. Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-12-2003

Reported in : 2003(3)AWC1701

r.h. zaidi, j. 1. the above noted three petitions arise out of the suit no. 87 of 1975 filed under section 229b/209 of the u. p. zamindari abolition and land reforms act, for short 'the act' by smt. rama devi, petitioner in writ petition no. 38131 of 1995, hereinafter referred to as the plaintiff. in all these cases, subject matter of dispute is the same, as prayed by the learned counsel for the parties, they were, therefore, connected, heard together and are being decided by this common judgment. 2. the relevant facts of the case giving rise to the aforesaid petitions are that smt. rama devi filed suit no. 87 of 1975 under section 229b/209 of the act for declaration and ejectment against smt. gomti devi, widow of murari singh, and others pleading that she was bhumidhar and in possession of the land in dispute, that originally ram lal son of jhandu singh, brother of her husband, was a tenant of the same. he executed a will in her favour on 8.7.1965, which was registered on 15.7.1965. it was on 14.9.1966 that ram lal disappeared from the village and remained untraceable (lapta). one ram charan also lodged a first information report at the police station on 7.10.1976 regarding the disappearance of ram lal. since the aforesaid date more than 7 years have elapsed, therefore, ram lal shall be deemed to have died civil death on 14.9.1973, hence the plaintiff on the basis of the aforesaid will became bhumidhar of the land in dispute. it was on 1.1.1973 that smt. gomti devi, .....

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