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Apr 28 2005 (HC)

Laxmi NaraIn @ Latoor Vs. the State of Raj. and Ladu

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-28-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(3)Raj1678; 2005(3)WLC780

..... ran away from there, then they started beating us. ladies were also beaten and they drove the tractors towards us to kill us. then to mediate, prabhata, ramchandra gurjar, narain, harsai etc. came there and mediated with great difficulty. if these persons had not been there then our so many persons would have been crushed and killed by tractors. these persons had .....

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Dec 14 2005 (HC)

Sobhag Kanwar (Smt.) Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-14-2005

Reported in : RLW2006(1)Raj857; 2006(2)WLC280

s.n. jha, c.j.1. the petitioner along with her sister roop bai filed revenue suit for declaration of their rights and possession over the lands of khasra nos. 29, 72, 75/1 and 75/2 measuring 27 bighas and 14 biswas situated in village chapras, tehsil bundi, by order dated 10th april, 1978 the assistant collector-11, bundi dismissed the suit. the petitioner preferred appeal before the revenue appellate authority which was dismissed on 24th april, 1981. she then filed second appeal before the board of revenue which too was dismissed on 10th october, 1988. she seeks quashing of the said orders. she also seeks quashing of the order of collector, bundi dated 03rd november, 1955 holding that the lands escheated to the darbar/state in terms of sub- section 32 of the bundi tenancy act, 1942 on the death of kishan dan. she also seeks quashing of mutation no. 29 dated 02nd february, 1958 mentioning the name of respondent no. 6 modu with respect to the lands. the petitioner further seeks declaration that the provisions of section 32(a) and (b) of the bundi tenancy act, 1942 are unconstitutional. it is mainly because of the provisions of section 32 of the said act, that the petitioner's claim was rejected by the authorities.2. the case of the petitioner briefly is that her father kishan dan was the khatedar tenant of khasra nos. 29, 72, 75/1 and 75/2 measuring 27 bighas and 14 biswas situated in village chapras, tehsil bundi. he died in samvat 2006 (corresponding to 1949 a.d.) leaving .....

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Jul 18 2005 (HC)

Maharaj Himmat Singh and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-18-2005

Reported in : AIR2006Raj94; 2006(1)WLC278

orderprakash tatia, j.1. heard learned counsel for the parties.2. the present controversy has a chequered history as the controversy started when the union of india issued a notification under section 23(1) of the defence and internal security of india act, 1971 (for short 'the act of 1971') for requisitioning a total land measuring 645 acres. copy of the notification has been placed on record by the petitioners as annex. ii. the description of the property has been given in the notification which is as under: ______________________________________________________________ name of khasra area in acres remark village number jodhpur 298 7.20 state govt. land jodhpur 297 13.60 area 2 1.00 acres jodhpur 426 296.20 private land area jodhpur 632 62.00 acres jodhpur 632/1 158.00 jodhpur 632/4 digeri 170.00 total : 645.00 _____________________________________________________________ 3. it appears from the facts that so far as requisitioning the property by the union of india under the act of 1971 was never challenged by the petitioners and today also, there is no dispute about the requisitioning of the property by the union of india mentioned in the notification dated 6-5-1976 (annex. 11). how much land was acquired by the said notification is also not in dispute. however, the petitioners apprehending that their land may be acquired by the state government under the provisions under sections 7-a and 9-a of the rajasthan land reforms and acquisition of land owner's estates act, 1963 ( .....

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Jun 10 2005 (HC)

Jagan Lal and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jun-10-2005

Reported in : RLW2006(1)Raj46; 2005(4)WLC370

shiv kumar sharma, j.1. this appeal impugns the judgment dated october 28, 2002 of the. learned additional sessions judge (fast track) hindaun city rendered in sessions case no. 63/2001 (27/99) whereby the six appellants (herein after to be referred as 'accused'), who are the members of one family, have been convicted and sentenced as under:(1) jagan lal:under section 302 ipc:to suffer imprisonment for life and fine of rs. 500/-, in default to further suffer three months rigorous imprisonment.under section 148 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for one year.under section 447 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for three months.under section 326/149 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for five years and fine of rs. 2000/-, in default to further suffer six months rigorous imprisonment.under section 323/149 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for six months.under section 3/25 arms act:to suffer simple imprisonment for one year and fine of rs. 1000/- in default to further suffer one month simple imprisonment.(2) ramkesh:under section 302/149 ipc:to suffer imprisonment for life and fine of rs. 500/-, in default to further suffer three months rigorous imprisonment.under section 148 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for one year.under section 447 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for three months.under section 326/149 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment for five years and fine of rs. 2000/-, in default to further suffer six months rigorous imprisonment.under section 323/149 ipc .....

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Oct 21 2005 (HC)

Rukmani Devi and anr. Vs. Nand Kishore Through Its Legal Representativ ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-21-2005

Reported in : RLW2006(1)Raj340; 2005(4)WLC734

shiv kumar sharma, j.1. the plaintiff appellants in the instant special appeal seek to quash the judgment dated january 27, 1986 of the learned single judge whereby three civil first appeal, bearing nos. 202/1973, 56/1974 and 185/1974 were decided.2. it is contended on behalf of the appellants that finding of learned single judge that family settlement was not compulsorily registrable is erroneous, as terms of family arrangement were reduced into writing in it. the counsel for the respondent nand kishore, on the other hand supported the impugned judgment.3. having considered the submissions advanced before us and scanned the material on record, we notice that the learned single judge in the impugned judgment observed that the family settlement between the members of the family had taken place as per ex.a-1 which was signed by all the parties, except chunni bai. it was also held that since the family settlement was acted upon by the parties, nothing remained to be partitioned by the court. ratio indicated in kale and ors. v. deputy director of consolidation and ors. : [1976]3scr202 , was considered by the learned single judge and it was held that the family settlement was not compulsorily registrable under section 17 of the registration act.4. in kale and ors. v. deputy director of consolidation and ors. supra, their lordships of the supreme court indicated that the family arrangement may be even oral in which registration is not necessary. registration would be necessary only .....

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Jan 10 2005 (HC)

Madan and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-10-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(2)Raj1460; 2005(2)WLC216

dalip singh, j.1. this appeal has been filed by the accused appellants against the judgment dated 19.12.1998 passed by the additional sessions judge, rajgarh, district alwar in sessions case no. 33/1995 convicting and sentencing accused appellant no. 1 madan, for the offence under section 302 i.p.c. read with section 34 i.p.c. to imprisonment for life and to pay a fine of rs. 5,000/- and in default of payment to further undergo one year's simple imprisonment; and convicting and sentencing accused appellant no. 2 patwari for the offence under section 302 i.p.c. to imprisonment for life and to pay a fine of rs. 5,000/- and in default of payment to further undergo one year's simple imprisonment. accused-appellant patwari was further convicted and sentenced for the offence under section 3/25 of the arms act for three years and to pay a fine to further undergo three months simple imprisonment. he was further convicted and sentenced for the offence under section 5/27 of the arms act for three years rigorous imprisonment and to pay a fine of rs. 500/- and in default of payment of fine to further undergo three months simple imprisonment. all the sentences were ordered to run concurrently.2. the brief facts giving rise to the instant appeal are that on 14.03.1995, complainant pw-4 ram kishore lodged a first information report with the allegations that on the previous night of 13.03.1995 at about 10:00 or 11:00 pm his brother isar (the deceased), his wife pw-5 vimla and his children .....

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Jan 04 2005 (HC)

Richhpal Singh and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-04-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(1)Raj682; 2005(1)WLC548

n.n. mathur, j.1. thousands of teachers by way of instant bunch of writ petitions, as mentioned in schedule appended to each petition, have challenged the constitutional validity of the rajasthan panchayati raj (amendment) ordinance, 2004 and rajasthan panchayati raj (amendment) rules, 2004 providing for selection of teachers gr.iii by the public service commission and have prayed for restoring the autonomy to the panchayati raj institutions in the matter of selection & appointment of primary school teachers. petitioner-teachers have also prayed for restoration of the notification dated 14.7.2003 providing to fill-up the posts of teacher gr.iii to the extent of 75% from para teachers/shiksha sahyogi and 25% from the open market. it is further prayed that their services be regularized as teacher gr.iii, who have been in continuous service for a considerable time as para teacher/shiksha sahyogi.background facts:2. the factual matrix in juxtaposition with the relevant rules may be set out in detail because the very narration of chronology of events would illumine the contours of controversy.3. the cadre of teachers gr.iii in the state of rajasthan is divided in two categories viz; (i) the teachers working under the panchayat samitis and (ii) the teachers working in the education department, government of rajasthan. the service conditions of teachers working in the panchayat samitis were initially governed by the provisions contained in the rajasthan panchayat samitis and zila .....

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Jun 01 2005 (HC)

Suo Moto Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jun-01-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(2)Raj1385; 2005(4)WLC163

n.n. mathur, j.1. a sordid and obnoxious incident of rape on a foreign lady tourist in the intervening night of 11th and 12th may, 2005 reported in the regional newspapers evoked the judicial conscience to take suo moto cognizance, considering that the constitutional courts vested with the powers under article 226 of the constitution of india, can no more be a silent spectator in the matter of violent crime against women and wait for its turn for dispensation of justice as provided under the relevant provisions of law.2. in order to combat the increasing crime against women and to ensure protection and preservation of their human rights, - the criminal justice system needs to be addressed from the point of view of systematic victim support service. there is need to promote proactive role of police as well as the trial courts. thus, in order to expedite the investigation, to provide protection to the victim, ensuring production of material witnesses during trial without delay, expeditious conclusion of the trial and payment of compensation to the victim, after noticing the incident, by order dated 13.5.2005, we ordered as follows:'2. the rape is serious crime whether it is of a foreign tourist or any other woman. however, it leaves a question mark on the safety of the foreign tourist in the city of jodhpur. it is likely to create panic amongst the tourists visiting jodhpur and the other parts-of the country.3. in the peculiar facts and circumstances of the case, we consider it .....

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Dec 21 2005 (HC)

Dharmendra Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-21-2005

Reported in : I(2006)DMC430; 2006(3)WLC408

dalip singh, j.1. these two appeals arise out of the same judgment. d.b. criminal appeal no. 135/2000 has been filed by the accused appellant dharmendra against the judgment dated 8.3.2000 passed by the additional sessions judge, kishangarh, district ajmer in sessions case no. 1/1998 convicting the appellant dharmendra for the offences under sections 302 and 201 ipc. the appellant dharmendra was sentenced to imprisonment for life and a fine of rs. 1,000 and in default of payment of fine to further undergo rigorous imprisonment for six months for the offence under section 302 ipc. he was further sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment and a fine of rs. 500 for the offence under section 201, ipc and in default of payment of fine to further undergo three months rigorous imprisonment. both the sentences were ordered to run concurrently.2. in s.b. criminal appeal no. 100/2000 the accused appellant madanlal was convicted of the offence under section 201, ipc by the judgment dated 8.3.2000 in sessions case no. 1/1998 by the additional sessions judge, kishangarh, district ajmer and was sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment and a find of rs. 500 and in default of payment of fine to further undergo three months rigorous imprisonment3. since both the appeals arise out of the same judgment dated 8.3.2000, hence were heard together.4. the facts in brief are that on 20.3.1996 p.w. 14 totaram submitted a written report exhibit p-33 at police station, kishangarh, district .....

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Dec 06 2005 (HC)

Kailash Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-06-2005

Reported in : RLW2006(1)Raj794

v.k. bali, j.1. ankit bansal, a child of four years, studying in nursery, as per prosecution version was done to death by the appellant kailash bansal, real brother of father of the hapless child. put to trial, the offence committed by him was held established vide judgment recorded by the learned additional sessions judge (fast track) no. 2, ajmer dated 15.3.2002 vide which he has been held guilty for offence under-section 302 ipc and sentenced to undergo r.i. for life and to pay fine of rs. 1,000/-, and in default of payment of fine, to further undergo rl for three months.2. prosecution in its endeavour to secure conviction against the appellant, relied upon statement made by pw-26, accomplice of the appellant in the commission of crime who turned approver and circumstantial evidence details whereof shall be given in the forthcoming paragraphs.3. in this appeal filed against the order of conviction and sentence dated 15.3.2002 learned counsel appearing for the appellant contends that the approver is unworthy of credence and for sustaining conviction the court must look for some corroboration to the statement made by him and reject his testimony out rightly as he has not come up with truth at all and further that the so called chain of evidence based on circumstances is all a made up affair. learned public prosecutor, however, joins issues with the learned counsel appearing for the appellant on the two points referred to above. before, however, we may answer the two fold .....

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