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Jan 14 1986 (HC)

Bhanu and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1986(1)WLN563

jas raj chopra, j.1. these two appeals; one by the state and the other by the accused-persons arise out of the same judgment rendered by the learned sessions judge, sriganganagar on may 24,1975, where by, the learned lower court has acquitted accused sultan and dhonkal of all the offences with which they were charge by giving them the benefit of doubt. it has, however, held accused bhanu guilty of the offence under section 304 part ii, ipc and sentenced him to rigorous imprisonment for 5 years. he was also convicted under section 447 ipc and sentenced to rigorous imprisonment of one month. accused surjaram and hajari were convicted under sections 447 and 323 ipc and mst. shanti and mst. saraswati were convicted under section 447 ipc. however, looking to the circumstances of the case in which the offences were committed and having regard to the character of the accused and in the absence of any previous conviction recorded against them, the learned lower court has granted them the benefit of the probation of offenders act. it has, however, acquitted all the accused-persons of the offences under sections 302 and 302/149 ipc. aggrieved against this judgment the stale has preferred appeal against all the 7 accused-persons including mst. shanti and mst. saraswati with the prayer that all the accused, persons should have been convicted of the offence under sections 302 or 302/149 ipc. it may be staged here that the state's appeal was not admitted against mst. shanti and mst. .....

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Feb 06 1997 (HC)

Hari Singh and ors. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1997(2)WLC749; 1997(1)WLN183

b.j. shethna, j.1. first five matters commencing from 2289/88 to 5237/90 were on board today for hearing. remaining matters filed by mr. bishnoi were not on the board today. however, the common point was involved and all these petitions were arising out of the common order passed by the revenue board, therefore, the rest of the petitions, which were not listed on board today, were called for and decided by this common order. as the main writ petition no. 2289/88 was there on the board, it was heard. it was also agreed by the learned counsel appearing for the parties that the decision rendered in this petition will cover the fate of other petitions.2. it is the case of the petitioners that settlement operations were decided in their favour way back in samvat year 2000 i.e. in the year 1943 a.d. and on 15.9.51 (annex. 1), the assistant record officer passed the order against which objections were filed. after hearing all the concerned persons, the collector decided the matter and ordered the tehsildar to make an entry in revenue record in favour of the petitioners (annex. 2). the same was challenged by the private respondents in appeals before the additional commissioner, who dismissed their appeals by an order dated 15.1.60 (annex. 7). second appeals were also dismissed by the revenue board on 11.6.60 (annex. 8). it was not carried further by the private respondents. after prolonged litigation, the petitioners succeeded in getting the entries made in revenue record by the .....

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Apr 06 2010 (HC)

Ayub Ahmed Vs. Divisional Commissioner and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

ordermohammad rafiq, j.1. heard learned counsel for parties.2. this writ petition has been filed by petitioner challenging order dated 08.06.1994 of his removal and order dated 11.09.1996 rejecting his appeal filed there-against.3. petitioner was initially appointed as patwari by order dated 02.03.1968 and was later on confirmed on that post by order dated 20.05.1975. petitioner was placed under suspension by order dated 17.12.1987 pursuant to order of board of revenue dated 07.12.1987. a charge-sheet was issued to him on 14.08.1988. he submitted reply thereto. along-with reply, the petitioner produced ten documents and a list of witnesses to be examined on his behalf in disciplinary enquiry. he submitted a representation to district collector, baran, on 20.07.1991 requesting for his reinstatement pending conclusion of disciplinary enquiry. the order of suspension was revoked on 01.11.1991 and petitioner was reinstated back in service. the petitioner submitted a representation to the district collector on 21.12.1991 demanding fresh enquiry and alleging that the enquiry so conducted was not fair and proper because the enquiry officer has first of all examined the petitioner and his witnesses and the witnesses of the department were examined subsequently, which is contrary to the procedure contained in rule 16 of the rajasthan civil services (classification, control & appeal) rules, 1958 (for short, 'the cca rules'), which vitiated the entire enquiry. the district collector, by .....

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Jan 20 2009 (HC)

Akhilesh Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 2009CriLJ2205; RLW2009(1)Raj746

..... . it was also stated in the report that on 17th april, 1998 his daughter kavita was married with akhilesh s/o dwarka prasad; the marriage took place at jaipur; the mediator was shri radheyshyam gupta - the uncle of akhilesh. he agreed to spend five to six lac rupees in the marriage but radheyshyam gupta, dwarka prasad, radhey mohan gupta, akhilesh and .....

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Jul 30 1987 (HC)

Smt. Mohan Kanwar Ranawat and ors. Vs. Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1(1988)WLN(Rev)104

milap chandra, j.1. this writ petition has been filed challenging the judgment of the respondents no. 1 to 3 dated 31-12-1971 (annexure 3), 7-3-1975 (annexure 4) and 6-10-1976 (annexure 5) respectively by which the transfers of the agricultural land made by the petitioner no. 1 in favour of the petitioners no. 3, 4 and 5 were not recognised under section 30dd, rajasthan tenancy act (here in after to be called as 'the act') and the separate share of late mohan kanwar jagtawatji, mother of the petitioner no. 2, was also not recognised while calculating the extent of ceiling area under section 30-c of the act. the facts of the case giving rise to this writ petition may be summarised thus.2. raisingh, husband of the petitioner no. 1, had khatedari land measuring 1347 bighas 9 biswas, more specifically described in schedule 'a' of the writ petition. he died on 13-2-1958. in november 1971, proceedings under section 30-c of the act and rules 9 and 10, rajasthan tenancy (fixation of ceiling on land) (government) rules, 1963 (here in after to be called as 'the rules') for the determination of the ceiling area were taken against the petitioner no. 1 by the respondent no. 3. the petitioner no. 1 filed objections stating that several bighas of land had been transferred to various purchasers and the co-widow of late raisingh, mohan kanwar jagtawat, had also equal share in the land left by the deseased. the transfers made in favour of the petitioners nos. 3 to 5 and separate share of mst. .....

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Jul 30 1987 (HC)

Smt. Mohan Kanwar Ranawat Vs. Board of Revenue

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 2(1989)WLN(Rev)412

milap chandra, j.1. this writ petition has been filed challenging the judgment of the respondents nos. 1 to 3 dated 31-12-1971, (annexure-3), (annexure 4) and 6-10-1976 (annexure-5) respectively by which the transfers of the agricultural land made by the petitioner no. 1 in favour of the petitioner nos. 2, 3, 4 & 5 were not recognised under section 30-dd, rajasthan tenancy act (here in after to be called as 'the act') and the separate share of late mohan kanwar jagtawatji, mother of the petitioner no. was also not recognised while calculating the extent of ceiling area under section 30-c of the act. the facts of the case giving rise to this writ petition may be summarised thus.2. baisingh, husband of the petitioner no. 1, had khatedari land measuring 1347 bighas, 9 biswas, more specifically described in schedule 'a' of (be writ petition. he died on 13-2-1958. in november 1971, proceedings under section 30-c of the act and rules 9 and 10, rajasthan tenancy (fixation of ceiling on land) (government) rules, 1963 (here in after to be called as 'the rules'; for the determination of the ceiling area were taken against the petitioner no. 1 by the respondent no. 3. the petitioner no. 1 filed objections stating that several bighas of land bad been transferred to various purchasers and the co-widow of late raisingh, mohan kanwar jagtawat, had also equal share in the land left by the deceased. the transfers made in favour of the petitioners nos. 3 to 5 and separate share of mst. mohan .....

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May 13 2015 (HC)

Soorajmal @ Suryabhan Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

..... investigating the case and his assistants shall be allowed no share in the conduct the test. track found, which it is desired to test comparison as above, shall be protected:: mediately of discovery, and their nature measurements and peculiarities shall be recorded at the time in the case diary of a investigating officer. the details of the preparation of the test .....

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Oct 12 2000 (HC)

Smt. Govind Kanwar Vs. State of Rajasthan and Others

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 2001(1)WLC64; 2001(2)WLN71

orderlakshmanan, cj.1. heard both the sides.(2). this appeal is directed against the judgment dated 4th november, 1997 delivered by the learned single judge of this court in s.b. civil writ petition no. 4028 of 1995. the appellant, wife of the deceased land-owner, filed the vvrit petition claiming compensation for the land measuring 5 bighas 10 biswas which has been utilised by the state of rajasthan for construction of the road.(3). the short facts of the case are as follows:the appellant's husband purchased land measuring 21 bighas and 17 biswas falling in khasra no. 57 of village chopasani district jodhpur (annex. 1). after purchase of the land in question the mutation was entered in the name of the husband of the appellant. in the year 1977-78 during the famine operations the respondents con-structed a road through the land of the appellant in which the land to the extent of 5 bighas and 10 biswas was covered by the road. after construction of the road the mutation in the record was made in the name of he public works department to the extent of 5 bighas and 10 biswas (annex.2). thus, the land stood in the name of the appellant's husband was reduced to that of 16 biswas and 7 biswas (annex.3). the husband of the appellant died in the year 1982. though the respondents have con-structed the road through the land in question taking away 5 bighas and 10 biswas of land, neither the land acquisition proceedings were initiated nor any compensation was determined and paid to the .....

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Feb 02 1980 (HC)

Bhootaram Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1980WLN(UC)82a

s.k. mal lodha, j.1. the petitioner was initially appointed on the post of patwari with effect from september 1, 1951. an order of compulsory retirement was passed vide order no. lr/estt/5229 dated july 31,1978 by the collector, jalore under rule 244(2) of the rajasthan service rules, 1958 aggrieved, the petitioner preferred an appeal before the rajasthan civil services appellate tribunal (which will hereinafter, for the sake of brevity, be referred to as 'the tribunal'). the memorandum of appeal has been filed by the petitioner marked as ex. 1 the tribunal, by its order (ex 3) dated june 13,1979, dismissed the appeal. the petitioner has filed this writ petition praying that the impugned order (ex. 3) dated june 13, 1979 passed by the tribunal, may be quashed, and that the petitioner may be reinstated on the post of patwari with all consequential benefits as if the order of compulsory retirement had never been passed against the petitioner.2. i have heard mr. m.r. calla, learned counsel for the petitioner at some length.3. the first contension of mr. calla is that the order of compulsory retirement is vitiated in as much as the appointing authority (collector) had failed to exercise independent discretion in the matter because of circular dated april 19/24th april, 1972, which is as under:attention is invited to appointments (a(sic) ii cr) department no. f. 24(55) appts (4)57 pt. 1 cr. ii/gr dated the 13th january 1955, where in procedure was laid down for compulsory .....

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Oct 13 1998 (HC)

Ganpat Lal and ors. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : AIR1999Raj225

orderj.c. verma, j. 1. agriculture land in khasra nos. 396 and 397 measuring 15 biswas and 1 bigha 15 biswas respectively situated in village palsana belonged to the petitioner ganpatlal and chouth mal, father of the petitioners no. 2 to 5 and husband of petitioner no. 6. shri kanhaiyalal tambi, who was the father of petitioner ganpatlal and the deceased chouthmal and late shri jamunadas was elder brother of ganpatlal and late shri chouth mal. a school had been constructed by said shri kanhaiyalal and late shri chouthmal which was donated to the government in the year 1949. it is admitted fact that the school in the name of late shri kanhaiyalal tambi govt. secondary school, palsana, is still in existence. this school has now been upgraded from secondary to senior secondary. a donation deed was also executed in feb. 1971. the above said khasra no. 396 and 397 were abutting the buildings of the school. the school authorities required more land for the purpose of school ground, and, therefore, shri ganpatlal and late shri chouth mal were approached by the authorities for handing over these khasras to the school so that me boundary of the school be extended. the land abutted not only the school boundary but it was situated on the national highway. in lieu of the said land a proposal was made by the authorities to hand over a part of the land in exchange, to the said persons situated in khasra nos. 231 measuring 10 bighas. out of the said area of 10 bigha 10 biswas, 1 and 2 .....

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