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Apr 15 1960 (HC)

Nalluri Venkataraju and anr. Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-15-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP50

..... had protracted negotiations regarding these areas and the concerned chief ministers had also participated in these matters.3. subsequently, sri h. v. pataskar was appointed by the union government to mediate in the disputes between the two states. to facilitate the work in this behalf, the government of madras supplied sri pataskar with a map relating to the border villages based .....

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Oct 04 1960 (HC)

In Re: Bandi Murugulu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-04-1960

Reported in : AIR1963AP87; 1963CriLJ142

..... the scene of the offence and the seizure made of the blood-stained earth, m.o. 2, the dagger m.o. 3, the stick m.o. 4 and the connected mediators reports, exs. p-3 and p-4, were inadmissible in evidence and should be rejected.learned public prosecutor on the other hand, contends that the sessions judge was not justified ..... police in motion, the fact of the seizure of these m.os. cannot be doubted and cannot be held inadmissible. the seizure of the dhoti from the accused under the mediators' report ex. p-2, as spoken to by p.ws. 5 and 6, cannot also be doubted. these m.os. were sent to the chemical examiner and serologist who in .....

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Aug 25 1960 (HC)

In Re: Satyanarayana

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-25-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP213

..... returned it, in spite 'of demand. p. ws. 2 and 3 went to ladal village on 14-1-1958 and questioned the accused about the matter.the accused brought a mediator, one b. istari (not examined as witness), represented that the jewel was not available with him and offered to pay its value, namely rs. 240/-. accordingly, the accused also agreed ..... took up investigation. he reached ladal village with the s. i. of police at 5-30 p.m., sent for the accused and questioned him in the presence of two mediators, p. w. 5 and istari. the accused then gave a statement which the c. i. of police reduced to writing as ex. p-7. .in pursuance of that statement, the .....

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Aug 02 1960 (HC)

Kumarisetti Suryaprakasa Rao Vs. Kumarisetti Venkata Lakshmidevi

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-02-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP404

..... ' and that she should be taken back to his house but the appellant and his father stated that the mediators 'could intervene in any other matter except this'. this indicates that the appellant spurned the offer of the respondent to come back and live with him. it is true that ..... anxious to return to her husband's home, it was the husband that was unwilling to take her back. d.w. 3 has testified to his having intervened as a mediator in the dispute between the parties along with some other people. he deposed that the respondent was prepared to go and live with the appellant 'giving up all the disputes .....

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Mar 02 1960 (HC)

Kalyanam Narasayya Vs. Kalyanam Seetaramma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-02-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP60

..... renders the defence of the respondent that shortly after she left her husband's house a, reconciliation took place and she was taken to the appellant's house by some mediators highly improbable.16. in this state of affairs, could the statement of the appellant which has been referred to above lend any countenance to support the case o the respondent .....

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Dec 19 1960 (HC)

Nannapaneni Ramakrishnaiah and ors. Vs. State

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-19-1960

Reported in : AIR1965AP361

..... of blood in venkateswararo's pasture land. the 1st accused was arrested on the morning of 14-12-1958 and was interrogated by p. w. 20 in the presence of mediators. he took them to his house and produced two spears and a stick (m. os. 1 to 3) from within his room. the he took them to 2nd accused 's .....

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Nov 24 1960 (HC)

K. Santhakumari Vs. K. Suseela Devi

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-24-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP424

anantanarayana ayyar, j. 1. this is a petition to revise the order of the district munsiff, kollapur dated 26-3-1959 holding that the two documents which had been filed by the defendant in that suit were contracts of sale and not agreements of sale and ordering as follows: '.......definitely they are contracts of sale which require stamp according to article 16 of the hyderabad stamp act. sheristadar is directed to calculate the penalty and submit. party producing them to deposit the penalty as levies by the court. in case the party fails to deposit the penalties the documents shall be impounded and sent to the collector for necessary action. for evidence of defendant call on 11-4-1959.' 2. two contentions have been raised before me as follows: 1. that the two documents are not sales but agreements to sell. 2. that the learned district munsiff erred in ordering payment of stamp duty and penalty before the stage of admission of documents in evidence was reached. 3. point no. 1 : both the documents are of the same date 14-5-1958. each of them contains the following recitals on which the plaintiff-respondent rely: 1.......the amount of decree could not be paid to you in full. for the payment of this amount, i have sold now my own dry land....... (rights in the land are transferred and consideration is paid). 2. the same has been given into your possession. 3. this land was purchased by me from sivayya....... and its sale deed was registered on 2-3-1950. i have handed over that .....

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Jan 13 1960 (HC)

Marella Veerabrahmacharyulu Vs. Konduru Venkata Subbamma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-13-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP31

chandra reddy, c.j.1. the subject matter of the appeals and the parties are the same in both. these appeals arise out of two connected suits, o. s. no. 409/1951: filed by the appellant for partition of certain lands and for delivery of his 1/3rd share and o. s. no. 137of 1952 filed by the 2nd respondent for specific performance of an alleged agreement for reconveyance of the suit lands in his favour on 26th september 1926.2. the facts material for the purpose of this enquiry may be briefly slated as follows : an extent of five acres of land, in which 1/3 share is now claimed by the appellant, originally belonged to the respondent no. 2 and his brothers and theysold it to one nukalapati ramireddi and another.two months later, ramireddi and the other purchaser sold it to three brothers, seshayya, sreenivasiah and varadayya for rs. 2,900/-. varadayya is the 3rd defendant in o. s. no. 409 of 1931. on the same date, they executed an agreement ex. a. 12 in favour of the 2nd respondent, whereunder the latter could continue in possession of the property on payment of rent.it was also recited in the agreement that they would convey their share in the property to the 2nd respondent for the price mentioned in the sale deed in the event of their deciding to sell it. pursuant to this agreement, the 2nd respondent continued in possession of the property. later on, he sub-based the property to a third party who is impleaded as the 5th defendant in o. s. no. 409 of 1951 and, in fact, at the .....

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Nov 15 1960 (HC)

Singareni Collieries Co. Ltd. Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-15-1960

Reported in : AIR1962AP75; [1961]12STC765(AP)

chandra reddy, c.j.(1) this petition raises a question as to the interpretation of art. 286 of the constitution and arises out of proceedings taken under the hyderabad general sales tax act for assessing the tax payable by the petitioners in respect of their dealings for the year 1956-57.(2) the facts of the case are susceptible of a concise statement. the petitioners are messrs. singareni collieries carrying on business in coal at singareni yellandu etc. now situate in the state of andhra pradesh, having their head office at khairatabad, hyderabad. for the assessment year 1956-57, they submitted a return showing a gross turnover of rs. 3,87,03,998-2-2 and a net turnover of rs. 2,08,38,533-5-4 claiming exemption of a turnover of rs. 1,78,65,464-12-10 on the ground that the same represents inter-state sales falling within the words of article 286 of the constitution.(3) the proper commercial tax officer disallowed the claim for deduction holding that the transaction in question constituted inter-state transaction.(4) the assessee carried the matter in appeal to the deputy commissioner, who found that out of the turnover of rs. 1,78,65,464-12-10 which was sought to be brought under art. 286 of the constitution, sales amounting to rs. 23,46,527-6-5 related to consumers in the andhra area of the state during the period from 1-11-1956 to 31-3-1957 and as such they could not be regarded as inter-state sales, since for the purpose of art. 286 the entire state of andhra pradesh was .....

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Aug 29 1960 (HC)

Kommuru Krishnamurthy Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-29-1960

Reported in : AIR1961AP283

kumarayya, j.1. this appeal arising out of a suit for damages against the state of andhra pradesh raises short but important questions of fact and law. the question of fact is, whether the accident resulting in the loss of the right wrist of the plaintiff was due to the negligence and rash driving of mohiuddin, the road roller driver of the highways department. the question of law which is of real importance is whether the government is liable for this tortious act of its servant.2. the facts of the case are few and may be shortly stated. on 15-12-1953, the plaintiff barely five years old was taken to his paternal uncle's house near satyanarayana talkies. it was a busy commercial place in tenali town within the school zone it was about 3-45 p. in. and the plaintiff was then easing near the door steps of the house on the north of the road. the motor road roller was then seen plying fast on the road from the west to the eastern direction.as it drew near the plaintiff felt a little under-tow of funk. he got up and was running into the house. but just then, the edge of the road roller struck him down and his right palm fell under the front wheel. the driver did not stop the engine forthwith. the result was the-hand of the boy was crushed up to the wrist. the boy was immediately rushed to a doctor nearby who gave him first aid. as per his advice, the boy was sent forthwith to the government hospital where he was operated upon and his hand was amputated up to the wrist.the .....

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