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May 26 1995 (HC)

M.P. Potdar Vs. Appellate Authority, Ncert and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-26-1995

Reported in : 1995(2)WLN601

arun madan, j.1. heard learned counsel for the parties at length.2. the petitioner, who is serving as a lecturer in physics in the regional college of education, ajmer, has filed the present writ petition in this court contending inter alia that the respondent college is run and administered by the national council of education research and training, new delhi (in short 'ncert). this council is a part and parcel of education department of the ministry of education, (now ministry of human resources and development) government of india, and hence, it is under the ultimate control of the government of india.3. it has been contended in the writ petition that 'ncert is an intrumentallty of the 'state' and comes within, the scope of the term 'other authorities' under article 12 of the constitution of india, and therefore, amenable to writ jurisdiction of this court under article 226 of the constitution. it has further been contended by the petitioner that he was sent on deputation to nigeria after his selection by federal public service commission of nigeria which held selection at new delhi and other places as senior education officer. after completion of three years' term, at. the request of government of nigeria, the deputation period of petitioner was extended by another two years. on his return from nigeria, the petitioner resumed his duties with the council at new delhi on july 26, 1984.4. in the meanwhile the council had issued a memorandum dated september 26/30, 1983, .....

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Mar 27 1995 (HC)

Tejbhan and ors. Vs. the State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-27-1995

Reported in : 1996WLC(Raj)UC640; 1995(1)WLN295

..... bikaner and remained there for one month and did not turn to hanumangarh during those days. on pouring the water, the fire extinguished. dw 5 jagdish roy is the alleged mediator of the maitiage, has stated that he arranged the marriage of shakuntla with accused satya bhagwan but no talks.regarding the dowry amount took place nor any amount was agreed .....

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Oct 19 1995 (HC)

Anandi Lal Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-19-1995

Reported in : AIR1996Raj154; 1996(2)WLC36

ravani, c.j. 1. where no period of limitation is prescribed under the relevant provision of the statute, can the power be exercised by the authority at any time? the question has arisen in this appeal under section 18 of the rajasthan high court ordinance, 1949 in the context of exercise of powers by the board of revenue after a period of about 25 years under section 82 of the rajasthan land revenue act, 1956 and under section 232 of the rajasthan tenancy act, 1955. 2. this appeal arises out of the judgment and order passed by the learned single judge in sb civil writ petition no. 184 of 1987 decided on january 19, 1987. by the aforesaid order, the learned single judge confirmed the judgment and order passed by the board of revenue in lr reference no. 38 of 1984/ kota. 3. the facts giving rise to this appeal, are as follows :-- the dispute pertains to a land admeasuring 43 bighas and 9 biswas, situated in the village -- ulthi tehsil and district -- baran. the land was originally in the name of pujari laxminarain temple. sometime in the year 1951, the pujari died. the land was ordered to be resumed and confiscated to the state as per order dated jaunary 20, 1955 passed by the commissioner, kota. in other words, the land was a 'muafi' land inasmuch as after death of the pujari of laxminarain temple, no one was there to claim the land. by way of escheat, it was ordered to be resumed by the state. 4. on oct. 14, 1955, the rajasthan tenancy act, 1955 (for short 'the act of 1955') .....

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Dec 18 1995 (HC)

Ram Chandra and ors. Vs. Rajasthan State Road Trans. Corporation and o ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-18-1995

Reported in : 1996ACJ736; 1996(2)WLC146

b.r. arora, j.1. these two appeals arise out of the judgment/award dated 14.1.1987 passed by the judge, motor accidents claims tribunal, jalore, by which the learned judge of the tribunal dismissed both the claim petitions filed by the appellants-claimants on the ground that the tribunal has no jurisdiction to adjudicate the claims.2. briefly stated, the facts of the case are that on 22.11.1983 nathu rarn, the driver of the rajasthan state road trans. corporation, at about 4.30 p.m. parked the bus no. rrm 1473 at the bus stand, jalore. the bus was to commence its journey to bhinmal. the booking of this bus started. the passengers bought the tickets from the booking window and after buying the tickets, boarded the bus. rukmani w/o ram chandra alias ram kishan, indra d/o ram chandra, manju d/o kesri mal, bajrang s/o ram chandra, bhanwari d/o misri mal and other passengers boarded the bus after buying the tickets. defendant no. 5, banshi lal, also boarded the bus. he was carrying one big jerrican and two containers of five litres each containing kerosene oil. banshi lal, in order to smoke biri, lit the match-stick. the kerosene caught fire and on account of the flames of the fire, rukmani, indra and manju got severe burn injuries. they were taken to the hospital in an ambulance where they succumbed to the injuries. rukmani breathed her last on 24.11.1983 while indra died on 23.11.83 at about 4.00 p.m. ram chandra, the husband, kailash and bajrang, the sons of deceased rukmani, .....

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Mar 07 1995 (HC)

Dr. Sudhir Baldwa and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-07-1995

Reported in : 1995(2)WLC420; 1995(1)WLN404

v.k. singhal, j.1. this order shall dispose of all the above listed writ petitions as the point involved in all of them is identical. for the purpose of disposing of the writ petitions, the facts of s.b. civil writ petition no. 6325/94. dr. sudhir baldwa v state of rajasthan and another will be taken.2. the petitioner dr. sudhir baldwa passed his mbbs from the sms medical college, jaipur in the year 1992-93 and appeared in all rajasthan pre-p.g. entrance examination, 1994 and was declared successful and was placed in the merit position at no. 113-1 in the over-all merit prepared in the pre-p.g. he was initially allotted p.g. (medicine) at rnt medical college, udaipur vide order dated 1.6.1994 and in the first re-shuffling he was given preference for ajmer in the same speciality vide order 13.7.94. it is stated that one dr. om prakash garg was also allotted m.d. medicine at jaipur and an application for mutual transfer was submitted by dr. garg from jaipur to ajmer and by dr. baldwa from ajmer to jaipur. when the joint request was not accepted, dr. garg had no option but to resign and the said resignation was accepted on 30.9.94. the grievance of the petitioner is that in the past on the basis of the application for mutual transfer the candidates were transferred and for the purpose the name of dr. alok madan and dr. sunil gupta have been given in which the transfer from jaipur to bikaner and bikaner to jaipur was made. in case of the petitioner it is submitted that similar .....

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Mar 15 1995 (HC)

Mahavir Prasad and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-15-1995

Reported in : 1995(1)WLN531

rajendra saxena, j.1. these miscellaneous petitions filed under section 482 cr.pc have been preferred against the order dated 18.1.95 passed by the learned special judge, ndps act cases, sri ganganagar, whereby he allowed the application dt. 29.10.94 submitted by the public prosecutor under section 193/190 cr.pc in special criminal case no. 4/94 and took cognizance for the offence punishable under section 29 of the ndps act (jn short, 'the act') against the petitioners.2. since both these petitions arise out of the same order, those are being disposed off by this common order.3. now a brief resume of the case. it appears that on 12.11.93 at 12.30 pm. shri jagdish singh, s.i. incharge, p.s., sadul shahar, received a source information that one maruti car no. chb 6112, on which balwantram bajigar was the driver and wherein five gunny bags of illicit poppy husk were stored, was lying in a depression behind the govt. secondary school and that near the said car, there was no person. jagdish, singh recorded the said source information under section of the act and alongwith motbirs swaroop singh and bahadur and police party proceeded to the said place and found abandoned maruti car bearing no. chb 6112. five gunny bags, stored in the said car, were taken out and weighed. those gunny bags contained poppy husk, which weighed 192.500 kgms. from the said car, a driving license of co-accused balwant ram and registration certificate of the car in the name of petitioner mahavir prasad, .....

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Mar 02 1995 (HC)

Nirmal Nahar Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-02-1995

Reported in : AIR1995Raj198; 1995(2)WLC632; 1995(1)WLN320

p.p. naolekar, j. 1. this special appeal is filed against the order of learned single judge passed in s.b. civil writ petition no. 5381/94 on 7-2-1995. brief facts necessary for adjudication of the question involved in this appeal are that the appellant along with 475 persons applied for membership of jodhpur nagrik sahkari bank ltd. (for short 'the bank'). according to the appellant, he along with 475 members after completing all the necessary formalities and depositing the requisite fees and share money, applied for the membership complying the rules prescribed, for membership. on 5-2-1994, the board of directors of the bank held its meeting, considered the applications and by unanimous decision, accepted all the applications and made them members. in the list of the members, which are newly added to the membership, the appellant's name is at s. no. 448. 2. respondent no. 4 was appointed as election officer for cbnducting the elections of the bank, has published the election programme for the election of board of directors and other office bearers. the programme was published in the newspaper rajasthan patrika. names of 475 members inducted vide meeting dated 5-2-1994 was not included in the voters' list. number 6f objections were filed for non-inclusion of 475 voters. the objections of the appellant for non-inclusion of his name along with 475 members were rejected by the election officer. one of the member, who was inducted in the meeting dated 5-2-1994 had initiated .....

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Apr 07 1995 (HC)

Maji Khan Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-07-1995

Reported in : 1996CriLJ916

v.s. kokje, j.1. the appellant maji khan and two others, sher singh s/o inder singh and abdul sattar s/o samad khan were presented on the charge under section 302, i.p.c, in the alternative under sections 302/34, i.p.c. the trial court has acquitted the appellant on the charge under section 302 read with section 34, i.p.c, but convicted under section 302 of the i.p.c. the other two accused persons were acquitted of both the charges under section 302 of the i.p.c, as well as under sections 302/34, i.p.c. the appellant has been sentenced to undergo life imprisonment with two hundred rupees fine. this conviction and sentence is under challenge in this case.2. the prosecution case, in short, was that the appellant in an intoxicated state came on the spot where madan gopal pandey. prabhu modi, dev raj and fagi maharaj were sitting. he was accompanied by four other persons, out of them appellant came forward and extracted a pole from 'paliya' and abusing madan gopal and others sitting there, threatened them. on this, they climbed over to the temple. ' maji khan followed them there and caught hold of prabhuji and called abdul to assault. this others accompanying maji khan also went there. prabhuji was not seen thereafter and therefore, a report was lodged by madan gopal about the incident. on investigation, it was found that maji khan was washing his blood-stained clothes on a tank and when he was seen by the police, he ran away towards a nala opposing to temple. he was arrested and .....

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Feb 06 1995 (HC)

Kailash Talkies Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-06-1995

Reported in : AIR1996Raj30; 1996(1)WLC231

orderr.r. yadav, j.1. the instant writ petition has been filed by the petitioner for quashing the impugned assessment orders dated 7-9-89 annx. 1 to 5 for the month of april, 1988 toaugust, 1988 along with order dated 1-8-1992 annexure 8 to the writ petition passed by the addl. commissioner, commercial taxes, rajasthan, jaipur (respondent no. 1) in exercise of his revisional powers under rule 29 of the rules framed under rajasthan entertainment (and advertisements) tax act, 1957 (hereinafter referred to as 'the rajasthan act no. 24 of 1957).2. brief facts which are necessary for disposal of the instant writ petition lies in a narrow compass. the commercial taxes officer, shri samrath lal panwar made inspection on 30-8-1988 at 7.45p.m. of the petitioner's picture hall known as kailash talkies, kapasan dist. chittorgarh in the presence of shri jagdish prasad borgama, brother of one of the partners and found that at that time, the picture 'parwana' was exhibited. the inspecting officer also found that the ticket issued to the spectators were not issued from the authenticated ticket books by the entertainment department. it is alleged that the tickets were issued to various persons from the ticket books bearing serial number, which were different from the ticket books authenticated by the department.3. a show cause notice was issued to the petitioner by the assessing authority. in reply to show cause notice, the petitioner submitted his explanation stating therein that the ticket .....

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May 16 1995 (HC)

Tara Chand and ors. Vs. Shradhanand and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-16-1995

Reported in : 1995(3)WLC479; 1995(1)WLN594

r.s. kejriwal, j.1. one of us (justice r.s. kejriwal), referred the following questions to be decided by larger bench:1. whether the district judge had no jurisdiction to transfer a suit valued less than rs. 25,000/- which was pending in the court of district judge or additional district judge at the commencement of ordinance no. 2/1992, to the court of munsiff ?2. whether the proceedings and the decree passed by the transferee court is without jurisdiction and is nullity ?and.3. whether section 19 of the rajasthan civil courts ordinance, 1950, is retrospective or prospective?2. the hon'ble chief justice has constituted this larger bench for deciding the above questions.3. brief relevant facts of the case on account of which the questions have been referred are as under:4. on 3.2.1986, the plaintiffs non-petitioners filed a suit against the petitioners in the court of district judge alwar. the suit was valued at rs. 13,800/- in the year 1988, the suit was transferred to the court of additional district judge no. 2 alwar, who recorded the evidence of the parties. during the pendency of the suit, rajasthan civil courts (amendment) ordinance 1992 (ordinance no. 2/1992) (for short 'the ordinance no. 2/1992') amending rajasthan civil courts ordinance 1950, caine into force w.e.f. 12.8.1992. by the ordinance no. 2/92 the pecuniary jurisdiction of the court of munsiff was enhanced from rs. 5,000/- to rs. 25,000/- after coming into force of this ordinance no. 2/1992 the district .....

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