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May 25 2005 (HC)

Smt. Prabhati Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-25-2005

Reported in : 2005CriLJ3352; RLW2005(4)Raj2213; 2005(4)WLC236

v.k. bali, j.1. sumitra who had hardly reached the age of 21 years and was recently blessed with a daughter is said to have been set ablaze by her mother-in-law prabhati, appellant herein. as per the prosecution version, sumitra was done to death on 4-4-2003 at 8 or 8.30 in the morning. fir with regard to the incident came to be lodged by phool chand, father of the deceased on 7-4-2003 at 4.30 p.m. it is on the basis of written report made by him that formal fir came to be entered and registered copy against order of dharam chand jain, rhjs, addl. sessions judge, sikar, d/- 25-9-2003.whereof and special report was sent to the concerned magistrate on 8-4-2003 at 10.30 a.m. phool chand, narrated events leading to death of his daughter sumitra in the written report which, when translated into english, would read as follows :'it is humbly prayed that the daughter of the complainant was married according to hindu rituals on 6-12-2001 to satyapal son of sayarmal resident of sangarwa at village laxmangarh. the applicant according to his financial condition had given cash, jewellery and other articles at the time of marriage as dowry. after marriage when the daughter of the complainant came back to her parents' house she told them that her brother-in-law blamed her for lowering their social status and that he is a big officer in lic and her mother-in-law, husband, sister-in-law and the wife of her brother-in-law abused her, demanded scooter and fridge and they also beat her. on this, .....

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Jul 06 2005 (HC)

Narendra Kumar @ NagIn Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-06-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(4)Raj2580; 2005(4)WLC337

v.k. bali, j. 1. in this appeal, that has been filed by narendra kumar @ nagin who was tried with his co-accused shankarlal & rajesh, since acquitted, two fold contentions that have been raised by the learned counsel for the appellant are that no reliance can at all be placed upon the alleged eye- witnesses and therefore, narendra kumar @ nagin like his co- accused named above ought to have been acquitted. if however, this court might find statements made by eye-witnesses to be inspiring confidence then narendra kumar @ nagin could at the most be convicted under section 304 part ii ipc.2. with a view to appreciate the contention of the learned counsel as noted above it will be necessary to take into consideration back drop of the events leading to death of... murder narendra kumar @ nagin, after trial was held guilty for offence under section 302 ipc and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for life as also to pay a fine of rs. 1,000/- and in default of payment of fine to further undergo simple imprisonment for three months. the appellant has also been convicted under section 323 ipc and sentenced to undergo simple imprisonment for a period of one year. the order of conviction and sentence as mentioned above was passed against the appellant by the learned addl. sessions judge (fast track), ajmer on 25.7.2001.3. the prosecution version was unfolded by sunderlal khatri pw1. while lodging fir on 28.9.99 at 11.00 am in the hospital itself he stated that he was residing in .....

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Sep 09 2005 (HC)

Ram Swaroop and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-09-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(4)Raj2730; 2005(1)WLC353

prem shanker asopa, j.1. the criminal appeal is directed against the judgment dated 11.8.1998, in sessions case no. 175/98, passed by learned additional sessions judge, bandiqui, district dausa, whereby he convicted and sentenced the accused appellant as under:rameshwar :under section 302 ipclife imprisonment and a fine of rs. 1000/-, in default of payment of fine, further 1 month imprisonment.under section 323 read with 34 ipc :a fine of rs. 200/-, in default of payment of fine further one month imprisonmentram swaroop :under section 302 read with 34 ipclife imprisonment and a fine of rs. 1000/-, in default of payment of fine, further 1 month imprisonment.under section 323 read with 34 ipc :a fine of rs. 200/-, in default of payment of fine further one month imprisonmentjagdish :under section 302 read with 34 ipclife imprisonment and a fine of rs. 1000/-, in default of payment of fine, further 1 month imprisonment.under section 323 read with 34 ipc :a fine of rs. 200/-, in default of payment of fine further one month imprisonment2. the prosecution story is that sanjha w/o bhanwara (p.w.7) lodged a report at police station manpur on 29.9.90 stating therein that she is resident of jahangiria, where the land of the accused and complainant are situated adjacent to each other and having a common 'dhora' (boundary wall). with regard to the occurrence, it was stated that on 29.9.90 at around 7.00 a.m. the complainant along with her son surjan, grand-son sita ram and grand-daughter .....

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Aug 31 2005 (HC)

Mahaveer Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-31-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(4)Raj2987; 2006(1)WLC19

j.r. goyal, j.1. this appeal, under section 374 cr.p.c., is directed against the judgment dated 28.9.1999 passed by additional sessions judge, baran, in sessions case no. 75/1998, whereby the accused appellant has been convicted under section 302 ipc and sentenced to life imprisonment and fine of rs. 500/-, in default to further undergo sentence of six months' rigorous imprisonment; and under section 341 ipc sentenced to one month's rigorous imprisonment. both the sentences were directed to run concurrently.2. the case set up by the prosecution is that a writ report, ex.p.11, was submitted by pw.12-complainant abdul alim, to the sho police station kotwali baran at about 10.50 pm on 17.6.1998 with the averments that he being driver, was driving the jeep owned by maqsood on 17.6.1998. both maqsood and kailash suman were sitting in the jeep for mathna. at about 9 pm when they reached the bridge (puliya) near village mathna the road was found blocked with stones. he along with maqsood and kailash started removing the stones. suddenly hari singh jat along with 6 to 7 other persons came there. hari singh while saying that they would kill him (maqsood), inflicted a blow with gandasi on his head and ran away along with his associates. maqsood, on account of head injury, fell down and became unconscious and blood was oozing from his head. they immediately took him to the hospital at baran. he identified only hari singh in the jeep's light but could not identify the other persons.3. on .....

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Mar 02 2005 (HC)

Laxman Prasad Sharma Vs. District and Sessions Judge and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-02-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(3)Raj1819; 2005(2)WLC787

n.n. mathur, j.1. in these two sets of special appeals, one arising from the advertisement issued by the district & sessions judge pratapgarh and another by the district & sessions judge bhilwara for recruitment on the post of lower division clerk, hereinafter referred-to as the 'ldc', directed against the judgment of the learned single judge, the core question arises for consideration is:-'whether the candidates placed in the select list have vested and enforceable right to be appointed on the further vacancies occurred in excess of the advertised vacancies during the currency of one year ?'2. the undisputed relevant facts are that the district judge, pratapgarh by advertisement dated 10.5.2001 invited applications for filling-in six posts of ldc. after written & type test, the result of the successful candidates was declared on 30.10.2001. the successful candidates were called for interview on 31.10.2001. because of pendency of the writ petition being d.b. civil writ petition no. 955/2002 challenging the recruitment of ldcs in pratapgarh judgeship, filed under the label of 'public interest litigation,' appointments could not be made immediately. however after dismissal of the said petition on 26.7.2002, six persons were given appointment in order of merit on the post of ldc. out of six, four persons joined their duties and two viz. pushpendra and bhaskar did not joint. the district & sessions, judge, pratapgarh, issued the impugned advertisement dated 15.7.2002 for filling- .....

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Jan 04 2005 (HC)

Ranchod B. Das Vs. Lrs of Kanhaiya Lal

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-04-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(3)Raj2056; 2005(2)WLC10

prakash tatia, j.1. the trial court decreed the suit of the appellant-plaintiff for eviction of his tenant-respondent, from the suit premises, vide judgment and decree dated 16.8.1994. the appellate court reversed the judgment and the decree of the trial court vide judgment and decree dated 5.4.1997. hence, this second appeal by the appellant-plaintiff-landlord against the judgment and decree of the first appellate court dated 5.4.1997.2. brief facts of the case are that the plaintiff-appellant, who was in service in the year 1974, let out one of his shop, out of his three shops, situated in his house to the defendant- deceased kanhaiya lal on 2.10.1974 on rent of rs. 110/- per month excluding the charges for the electricity, water and house-tax. the plaintiff filed the suit for eviction against the defendant-tenant on 28.10.1977. the plaintiff in his plaint stated that the suit shop was let out to the defendant for commercial purposes but instead of doing the business in his own name, the defendant obtained licence from competent authority for running the shop in the name of his wife and started business in the shop in the name of his wife without the permission of the plaintiff. not only this but in violation to the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement, the defendant-tenant started residing in the shop from 1.6.1976 with his wife and children. the defendant also damaged the property causing loss to the plaintiff. the plaintiff further submitted that plaintiff's son .....

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Jun 03 2005 (HC)

Suo Motu Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jun-03-2005

Reported in : AIR2005Raj300

k.s. rathore, j.1. the main issue involved in this petition is with regard to the depiction of women in an undignified manner by the media and the television channels. the union of india through ministry of information and broadcasting, director general of doordarshan and registrar of newspapers were also directed to submit affidavit of the concerned authorities indicating as to how the menace is being controlled, and eradicated.2. vide order dated 28-9-2004 this court has further directed the government of india and the state of rajasthan to give concrete suggestions to curb the menace of depicting women in indecent manner in newspapers, magazines, advertisements, television programmes, posters and music videos. the monitoring committee was also directed to submits it report in regard to the obscenity shown in the hoardings, advertisements and on television.3. the final report of the committee constituted by this court on prevention of representation of women in an undignified manner has been placed before this court. as per the final report of the committee, the committee was required to scrutinize the programmes being telecast by various television channels and also to scrutinize the news papers for the purpose of identifying the advertisements or photographs or material which are compromising the dignity of women and at the same time corrupting and degrading those whose minds are open to immoral influence.4. to give possible facts, information, knowledge and other related .....

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Feb 15 2005 (HC)

Jagdish Prasad Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-15-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(3)Raj1582; 2005(2)WLC476

suresh chandra singhal, j.1. the petitioner has preferred this revision petition under section 397 read with section 401 cr.p.c. against the impugned judgment dated 3.6.1994 passed by the additional chief judicial magistrate, kotputali, district jaipur in criminal case no. 539/1989 by which he had acquitted the accused respondent nos. 2 to 4 namely; nathu lal, hukum chand and prabhati lal for offence under section 6 read with section 11 of the rajasthan religious building & places act, 1954 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act of 1954).2. the brief facts giving rise to this revision petition are that one rajendra soni filed a complaint to the collector, jaipur on 15.03.1982 stating therein that in the night of 8.3.1982 the respondents by encroaching a public land on the main way near 'kharia kua' opposite the house of the complainant had started construction of hanuman temple by exploiting religious feelings of the public as a result of which the entire way has been stopped. it is also alleged in the said complaint that this construction has been raised without any permission of the collector or any other authority including the municipal board or the sdo of the area. an application was filed by deceased niranjan lal (who was also an accused before the trial court and subsequently died) for construction of temple/tibara which was dismissed in the year 1981 and no appeal was preferred against that order. later on the construction was raised despite dismissal of the aforesaid .....

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Jun 03 2005 (HC)

Suo Moto Vs. State of Raj. and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jun-03-2005

Reported in : RLW2005(4)Raj2741; 2005(1)WLC116

k.s. rathore, j.1. the main issue involved in this petition is with regard to the depiction of women in an undignified manner by the media and the television channels. the union of india through ministry of information and broadcasting, director general of doordarshan and registrar of newspapers were also directed to submit affidavit of the concerned authorities indicating as to how the menace is being controlled; and eradicated.2. vide order dated 28.9.2004 this court has further directed the government of india and the state of rajasthan to give concrete suggestions to curb the menace of depicting women in indecent manner in newspapers, magazines, advertisements, television programmes, posters and music videos. the monitoring committee was also directed to submits its report in regard to the obscenity shown in the hoardings, advertisements and on television.3. the final report of the committee constituted by this court on prevention of representation of women in an undignified manner has been placed before this court. as per the final report of the committee, the committee was required to scrutinize the programmes being telecast by various television channels and also to scrutinize the news papers for the purpose of identifying the advertisements or photographs or material which are compromising the dignity of women and at the same time corrupting and degrading those whose minds are open to immoral influence.4. to give possible facts, information, knowledge and other .....

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Nov 16 2005 (HC)

State of Rajasthan and anr. Vs. Gopal and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-16-2005

Reported in : RLW2006(1)Raj604

shiv kumar sharma, j.1. the facts of this case remind us the poem of 'leila seth' on 'the girl child' which reads thus:where have all the young girls gone?some were aborted before they were borna few were buried or choked with coarse paddy;others were smothered, starved or drowned in a well;poisoned with berries of oleander till dead,so that dowry need not be paid or in-law's fed,or daughters raped, beaten or burnt-this is the sad story of the girl child's hell.2. this case reveals a sordid and obnoxious incident that occurred sometime in the evening of february 18, 2005 in which the alleged sexual assault followed by brutal and merciless murder by the dastardly and monstrous act of adherent nature is said to have been committed by the appellant herein with victim meenakshi, a girl of the tender age of about 7 years, who feel a prey to his lust. the appellant gopal was charged and tried under sections 366, 376(2), 302 and 201 ipc for having committed rape on victim and then murder her. learned additional sessions judge (fast track) no.l, jaipur relying on the circumstantial evidence convicted appellant for the offences under sections 302, 363, 376 and 201 ipc and having regard to the peculiar facts and circumstances of the case found it to be rarest of rare cases and therefore, sentenced him thus:-under section 302 ipc:sentence of death of fine of rs.500/- to be recovered from the property of accused gopal.under section 363 ipc:to suffer rigorous imprisonment seven years and .....

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