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Aug 10 2016 (HC)

Ramchandra Gangaram Sangole, deceased through his heirs: and Others Vs ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... . defendant no. 1 has given evidence that he even did not know eknath prior to these transactions. he has given evidence that the transactions were made only due to the mediation of one shamrao, cousin of eknath, who was known to defendant no. 1. this shamrao is examined by plaintiffs. 15. defendant no. 1 has given evidence that he had first .....

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Aug 09 2016 (HC)

Dr. Shri Balaji Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... twenty five healing music albums. petitioner claims that he has played an active and significant role in promotion of ayurved. he also claims that he has initiated the santulan om mediation and santulan kriya yoga techniques and founder of atmasantulan village which is known as world's renowned healing center. he is an author of book "ayurvedic garbha sanskar", which was .....

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Jul 12 2016 (HC)

Shankarlal Sandhuram Master and Others Vs. Kedargir Guru Harigir (Sinc ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

1. being aggrieved by the judgment and order dated 28.9.1995 passed by the learned additional district judge, jalna in m.c.p. no.13 of 1991, the original applicants preferred this appeal. 2. brief facts, giving rise to the present appeal, are as follows: a] the applicants had initiated a proceedings under section 19 of the maharashtra public trusts act, 1950 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act of 1950') for registration of public trust i.e. 'shri sheriche mahadev mandir', jalna. said inquiry was numbered as 23 of 1983. the applicants have mentioned names of five persons as the trustees and the mode of succession shown as surviving trustees to appoint new trustee. the main object of the trust is shown as religious one and to continue customs and functions to be held in the said temple, to held the annual fair on every nagpanchami day to feed the saints and to maintain the dharmashala in the temple premises. the movable property sought to be registered is shown as pooja utensils worth rs.2,000/- (rs. two thousand), and immovable property shown is the land bearing s.no.229 admeasuring 5 acres 23 gunthas, wherein a temple of lord shiva, dharmashala, barav (well) and some samadhis are situated. according to the applicants, the said temple is a public trust and property referred to above is trust property. the applicants further contends that, mahant used to manage the temple and its property. the mahant was a bachelor and used to nominate his successor from one of his disciples, .....

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Jun 20 2016 (HC)

Kisan Ramchandra Kokane (Deceased) through his LRs. Vs. Anjani

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... given. the record shows that laxmibai had tried to convince the husband of anjanibai to give more food-grains as crop share for her survival and that was done through mediator also. but the husband of anjanibai had refused to give her crop share. in the cross examination of laxmibai it was suggested to her that under agreement with husband of .....

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Feb 17 2016 (HC)

Gopaldas Kumandas Ved Vs. Dr. Ghevarchand G. Chordiya

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... , he used to close the room and the same was in possession of the respondent. the respondent permitted him to use the said room and pay him rent on the mediation of one mr. surana. dr. lodha had agreed to vacate the premises after he got a proper accommodation. on 01.01.1978, he started his consultancy in another premises and .....

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Feb 11 2016 (HC)

Sudhakar Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... has admitted that bhaskar patil, who is resident of his own village, was serving in a bank at ner-digar i.e. the native of the present appellant. he had mediated in the marriage between the deceased and accused no.1 milind. he always used to visit the house of the accused and many a times, the complainant and his relatives .....

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Aug 17 2012 (HC)

Sau. Laxmibai Shantaram Doke Samajvikas Prathisthan and Another Vs. th ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

b.p. dharmadhikari, j. rule. rule made returnable forthwith. heard by consent. 1. in w.p. 6136 of 2010, the petitioner has commenced a marathi medium primary school in 2008l. arguments are advanced on the strength of this petition in remaining petitions. however, we find that in w.ps.6153, 6155 and 6186 of 2010 the very same petitioner institution has started marathi medium secondary schools. permission was sought after the schools were already established in 2008. rejection of such permission vide communication dated 4.6.2010 in wps. 6136,6153,6155 and 6186/10 by the state and letter of education officer (primary), zilla parishad, ahmadnagar dated 28.5.2010 in wp 6136/10 and the letter dated 7.6.2010 by education officer (secondary), zilla parishad, ahmadnagar in wp 6153,6155/10 and dated 18.6.2010 in wp 6186 of 2010 are questioned in these matters. all these petitions also contain a prayer to declare part of section 18(1),18(5),19(1) and 19(5) of the right of children to free and compulsory education act,2009 (referred to as 2009 act, hereafter) to the extent the same do not allow to establish or function a school without obtaining a certificate of recognition ultra-vires and violative of art. 19(1) (g) of the constitution of india and art. 19(2) of the 2009 act itself. by other prayers, a direction to issue provisional certificate of recognition to respective schools to enable them to run/function is also sought. 2. perusal of the communication dated 28.5. 2010 at exh. h .....

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Sep 01 2015 (HC)

Dr. Miss Kunda Vs. Mathurabai (Deceased) and Others

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

1. the appeal is filed against judgment and decree of regular civil appeal no. 135/2012 which was pending in the court of ad-hoc district judge, vaijapur, district aurangabad. the suit filed by the present appellant bearing special civil suit no. 66/2004 which was pending in the court of civil judge, senior division, aurangabad and which was filed for relief of specific performance of contract, was decided in favour of appellant by the trial court and this decision is set aside by the first appellate court. both the sides are heard. 2. the learned counsel for appellant submitted that substantial questions of law need to be formulated on the basis of grounds mentioned in the appeal memo, which are as follows:- (i) non consideration of the documentary as well as oral evidence on record and relying on the evidence which is not admissible as per the evidence act is considered. (ii) non framing of the points for determination by the lower appellate court as per order 41 rule 31 of c.p.c. (iii) whether the facts and circumstances of the case can it be said that, lower appellate court is justified in setting aside well reasoned judgment passed by the lower court, without recording any reasons, meaning thereby can it be said that, the same is judgment in the eyes of law. (iv) whether the lower appellate court is justified in setting aside well reasoned judgment delivered by the lower court in the fact and circumstances when oral as well as documentary evidence adduced by the .....

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Mar 31 2011 (HC)

Shrirampur Municipal Council Vs. Shri V.K. Barde and ors.

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

oral 1. petitioner before this court in both the matters is a local body constituted under the maharashtra municipal councils, nagar panchayats & industrial townships act, 1965 ( hereinafter referred to as 1965 act) while the trade union of its workmen are the respondents. basic challenge in the 1992 petition filed under art. 226 of the constitution of india is to award-ii dated 8/10/1987 delivered by industrial tribunal, ahmadnagar in ref.(it) 6 of 1984 with prayer to quash relief granted in relation to demand 1,2 & 4.the reference was made by state of maharashtra under s.12(5) of the industrial disputes act,1947 ie ida hereafter. demand no. 1 is about increase in sanctioned posts on establishment schedule of the petitioner. demand no. 2 is to grant permanency to all those who have put in more than 180 days work with consequential benefits like pay-scales, d.a.etc & to continue to confer permanency in future on all workmen completing that period. by demand no. 4 the union sought wages per day calculated by dividing the salaried of permanent staff by 26 ie at 1/26 by invoking the concept of equal pay for equal work.2. in w.p. 1017/1995, the employer municipal council has assailed the interim order passed on 23/1/1995 under provisions of s. 30(2) of the maharashtra recognition of trade unions & prevention of unfair labour practices act,1971-- stated as ulp act hereafter. by that order, the industrial court at ahmadnagar has directed to pay wages to 108 workmen in schedules a,b .....

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Sep 13 2013 (HC)

Shubham Vs. the State of Maharashtra, Through Its Secretary, Medical E ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

b.p. dharmadhikari, j. 1. heard adv. mr. s.b. talekar, with adv. mr. m.s. nilwant for the petitioner; learned gp mr. s.v. kurundkar for respondent nos.1, 2 and 4; and adv. mr. k.c. sant for respondent no.3. 2. rule. rule made returnable forthwith. heard finally by consent. 3. by this petition, filed under article 226 of the constitution of india, the petitioner / student, a minor, through his mother, has approached this court challenging denial of respondent nos.1 and 2, to consider his eligibility for admission to m.b.b.s. course in state quota. the said denial is based upon provisions of rules 4.4, 4.5 and 9.1.4.2 of the neetug-2013 rules and hence, there is a prayer for declaring the same as ultra virus articles 14, 15, 21 and 29(2) of the constitution of india. submission, in brief is, the domicile of the petitioner in the state of maharashtra and accordingly his merit in the national entrance test needed to be considered and given due weightage. mere fact, that he has passed s.s.c. and h.s.c. examinations from andhra pradesh, can not disentitle him from seeking admission in state quota. 4. the mother of the petitioner, dr. sunanda w/o. lakshman gaddalay, is presently serving as a professor in conservative dentistry, midsr dental college at latur. the petitioner has annexed with petition, a document which shows that he is domiciled in the state of maharashtra. similar documents pertaining to his mother are also placed on record. 5. the petitioner has passed 12th science .....

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