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Jul 09 2014 (HC)

Narendra Singh Vs. State and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jul-09-2014

[1].in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur order d.b.civil special appeal (w) no.6/2014 narendra singh versus state of rajasthan & ors.date of order :: 09.7.2014 present hon'ble mr.justice govind mathur hon'ble mr.justice atul kumar jain mr.amit vyas & mr.arvind shrimali for mr.d.d.thanvi, for the appellant ..by the court : this special appeal is preferred to question correctness of the judgment dated 22.10.2013 passed by learned single bench in s.b.civil writ petition no.4612/1999. by the judgment aforesaid, the learned single judge affirmed the order dated 07.9.1999 passed by the revisional authority exercising powers under rule 47 of the rajasthan minor mineral concession rules, 1986 (hereinafter referred to as 'the rules of 1986').the revisional authority under the order impugned affirmed the decision of the assistant mining engineer to revise dead rent of the mining lease from rs.6500/- to rs.41,117/- w.e.f.27.6.1993. [2].in brief, facts of the case are that a mining lease for minor mineral marble was granted to late shri ram singh on 27.6.1985 with an annual dead rent of rs.6500/-. the term of lease was of ten years and after expiry of that, the original lessee shri ram singh died on 27.3.1996. the lease after the death of shri ram singh was granted to his son. the dead rent was required to be revised after five years.as such, the revision of dead rent was due in the year 1993. the original lessee shri ram singh died on 27.3.1976, thus, by acting upon .....

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Feb 21 2014 (HC)

Jagdish Kumar SaIn Vs. State of Raj. and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Feb-21-2014

1 d.b.civil restoration application no.31/2014 in d.b.civil writ petition no.10971/2009 jagdish kumar sain v/s state of rajasthan and ors.21.2.2014 hon'ble the chief justice mr.amitava roy hon'ble mr.justice vijay bishnoi mr.rajesh shah for the applicant-writ-petitioner. heard learned counsel for the applicant-writ-petitioner. the accompanying d.b.civil writ petition no.10971/2009 had been registered on an application seeking amongst others the following reliefs:- (i) the writ petition may be allowed and the respondents authorities be directed to conduct a detail survey of the land in question, out of which a piece of land has been allotted to the income tax office and also to the school and over which the building for income tax officer has been constructed and also cemented road has also been constructed from income tax office to the national highway, and looking to the same the application submitted by the people of sirohi for the plot in the rajeev nagar scheme and a piece of plot may kindly be ordered to allot the people of sirohi. (ii) by an appropriate writ, order or direction, the respondents may kindly be directed to not to cancel the rajeev nagar scheme for residential purposes at sirohi. . briefly stated the pleaded case of the applicant-writ- petitioner is that the municipal council, sirohi had purchased land measuring 35 bigha 4 biswa situated in khasr.no.2164, 2168, 2170, 2 2171, 2172, 2173, 2173/2, 2176/2, 2175/1, 2175/2, 2176/1, 2180 and 2181 from its khatedar .....

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Mar 11 2014 (HC)

Chotu and ors Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Mar-11-2014

-1- in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur. judgment chotu & ors.versus state of rajasthan d.b.criminal appeal no.950/2005 against the judgment dated 01.12.2005 passed by additional sessions judge (fast track) no.1, bhilwara, in sessions case no.29/2005. date of judgment :: 11th march, 2014 p r e s e n t hon'ble mr.justice govind mathur hon'ble mr.justice v.k.mathur mr.r.k.charan, for the appellants. mr.j.p.s.choudhary, public prosecutor, for the state...by the court : (per hon'ble govind mathur,j.) the appellants question correctness of the judgment dated 01.12.2005 rendered by additional sessions judge (fast track) no.1, bhilwara in sessions case no.29/2005 recording their conviction for the offences punishable under sections 302/34 and 341 indian penal code. for the former offence each appellant has been sentenced to undergo imprisonment for life and to pay a fine of rs.2000/- with default stipulation and 15 days simple imprisonment for latter offence. -2- factual matrix of the case as unfolded by the prosecution during the cours.of trial is that an oral statement made by shri chhagana before the assistant sub inspector bhanwar khan on 4.1.2005 at community health centre, mandalgarh was reduced in writing and as per that chhagana was living with his sons viz. jamna and gopal from last about 15 years in village khachrol. in day hours of 4.1.2005, he proceeded by bus for adsipura to meet his elder son nanda. his travel was in bus upto jityapur and then on .....

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Mar 12 2014 (HC)

Chandan Mal SaIn Vs. State and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Mar-12-2014

saw no.406/2014 1 64 d.b.civil special appeal (w) no.406/2014 chandan mal sain versus state & ors.date of order :: 12th march 2014. hon'ble mr.justice dinesh maheshwari hon'ble mr.justice banwari lal sharma mr.kuldeep mathur for appellant. mr.l.s.jodha for the respondent no.4 - caveator. this intra-court appeal is directed against the order dated 05.03.2014, as passed by the learned single judge of this court in s.b.civil writ petition no.1658/2014, which filed by the respondent no.4 of this appeal against the transfer order dated 01.03.2014. the learned counsel mr.l.s.jodha, who had appeared for the writ-petitioner (respondent no.4 in this appeal).has put in appearance in caveat. though in this matter, the other respondents are not represented but the same had been the position before the learned single judge too, as the writ petition was decided on the firs.date of hearing without notice to any other respondent. looking to the subject matter and overall circumstances, we have considered it just and proper to dispose of this intra-court appeal too at this stage itself, without notice to any other respondent. the relevant background aspects of the matter are that the contesting persons, i.e., the present appellant shri chandan mal sain (respondent no.4 in cwp no.1658/2014) and the present respondent no.4 shri radhey shyam meena (writ-petitioner in cwp no.1658/2014).are working on the post nayab tehsildar. before saw no.406/2014 2 passing of the impugned transfer order, which .....

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Apr 22 2014 (HC)

Ramavatar @ Ramu Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Apr-22-2014

-1- in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur. judgment ramavtar @ ramu versus state of rajasthan d.b.criminal appeal no.959/2006 against the judgment dated 19.10.2006 passed by additional sessions judge (fast track) no.1, jodhpur in sessions case no.56/2006. date of judgment :: 22nd april, 2014 p r e s e n t hon'ble mr.justice govind mathur hon'ble mr.justice atul kumar jain mr.kalu ram bhati, for the appellant. mr.vishnu kachhawaha, public prosecutor, for the state...by the court : (per hon'ble mathur,j.) this appeal is directed against the judgment dated 19.10.2006 passed by learned additional sessions judge (fast track) no.1, jodhpur recording conviction of the accused appellant for the offences punishable under sections 302 and 201 indian penal code and awarding sentence as under:- u/s.302 ipc life term imprisonment with fine of rs.5000/- and in default of payment of fine further to undergo two years imprisonment. u/s.201 ipc three years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of rs.500/- and in default of payment of fine further to undergo three months imprisonment. -2- in brief, facts of the case are that on 29.4.2006 a written report (ex.p/1) was submitted by shri suresh (pw-1) at police station mathania with assertion that one ramu @ ramavtar was living in a rented premises at the house of dalaram in village tinwari. a woman and a child of ten months were also residing with him. in morning of 29.4.2006 dead body of the woman, who was residing with ramu @ .....

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Apr 28 2014 (HC)

Narendra Singh Bhati Vs. State of Raj. and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Apr-28-2014

1 in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur1 s.b.civil writ petition no.1307/2013 (chandra pal versus state of raj. & ors.) 2. s.b.civil writ petition no.1309/2013 (narendra singh versus state of raj. & ors.) date of order : 28.04.2014 hon'ble mr justice gopal krishan vyas mrs.deepika vyas, for the petitioners.mr.s.s.rathore on behalf of mr.p.s.bhati, aag for state. in both above writ petitions, the petitioners are seeking direction to the respondents to quash the recruitment process of the post of counsellor and lab technician initiated by the rajasthan state aids control society and further prayed that the respondents may kindly be directed to conduct fresh selection process for recruitment on the post of counsellor and lab technician as per the rules. brief facts of the case are that vide advertisement dated 15.10.2012 (annex.1).applications were invited by the raj. state aids control society, jaipur for various posts including counsellor and lab technician. the petitioner applied for the post of counsellor and lab technician and they were 2 permitted to appear in the written examination conducted by the respondents on 7.2.2013 being eligible candidates. as per facts, the question papers were put to the candidates in english language only whereas the petitioners are the candidates of hindi medium. it is also pleaded that in the advertisement, it is nowhere informed to the candidates that the question paper will be given in english language so also no .....

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Apr 28 2014 (HC)

Chandra Pal Singh Vs. State of Raj. and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Apr-28-2014

1 in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur1 s.b.civil writ petition no.1307/2013 (chandra pal versus state of raj. & ors.) 2. s.b.civil writ petition no.1309/2013 (narendra singh versus state of raj. & ors.) date of order : 28.04.2014 hon'ble mr justice gopal krishan vyas mrs.deepika vyas, for the petitioners.mr.s.s.rathore on behalf of mr.p.s.bhati, aag for state. in both above writ petitions, the petitioners are seeking direction to the respondents to quash the recruitment process of the post of counsellor and lab technician initiated by the rajasthan state aids control society and further prayed that the respondents may kindly be directed to conduct fresh selection process for recruitment on the post of counsellor and lab technician as per the rules. brief facts of the case are that vide advertisement dated 15.10.2012 (annex.1).applications were invited by the raj. state aids control society, jaipur for various posts including counsellor and lab technician. the petitioner applied for the post of counsellor and lab technician and they were 2 permitted to appear in the written examination conducted by the respondents on 7.2.2013 being eligible candidates. as per facts, the question papers were put to the candidates in english language only whereas the petitioners are the candidates of hindi medium. it is also pleaded that in the advertisement, it is nowhere informed to the candidates that the question paper will be given in english language so also no .....

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Oct 09 2014 (HC)

Dharma Ram Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Oct-09-2014

d.b.cr. appeal no.978/2006 1 in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur judgment dharma ram v. the state of rajasthan & anr. d.b.criminal appeal no.978/2006 under section 374(2) of criminal procedure code against the judgment dated 13.10.2006 passed by additional sessions judge (fast track),bali, district pali in sessions case 60/2005(relating to f.i.r.no.77 dated 1.6.2005 of police station, bali, district pali) date of judgment : 9.10.2014 present hon'ble mr.gopal krishan vyas,j. hon'ble mr.atul kumar jain, j. mr.m.k.garg for the appellants. mr.c.s.ojha, public prosecutor for the state. by the court( per hon'ble mr.jain,j.).this appeal was filed by accused-appellants (1) dharma ram s/o kishnaji and (2) chaina ram s/o dharma ram, both by-caste girasia residents of jhamela phali peepla, tehsil bali, district pali. both the appellants in this appeal have challenged the judgment dated 13.10.2014 passed in sessions case no.60/2005 of the court of d.b.cr. appeal no.978/2006 2 additional sessions judge(fast track).bali, district pali, whereby both the accused-appellants were convicted under section 302/34 of indian penal code by life imprisonment with a fine of rs.5,000/- and in default of payment of fine, each of the accused-appellants was ordered to serve one year's additional imprisonment. when the appeal was filed, both the accused- appellants were in custody, but now one of the accused- appellants, namely,chaina ram is on bail, while other accused-appellant .....

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Nov 18 2014 (HC)

Brij Mohan Chhangani Vs. Kripa Shanker and Ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Nov-18-2014

1 in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur :order: s.b.civil writ petition no.6969/2014 shri brij mohan chhangani versus shri kripa shanker & ors.date of order :: 18th november, 2014 present hon'ble mr.justice arun bhansali mr.avin chhangani ) mr.m.l.chhangani ) for the petitioner. ---- by the court: this writ petition under article 226 and 227 of the constitution of india is directed against order dated 23.08.2014 passed by the trial court, whereby, the applications filed by the respondent nos.2 and 4 under order i, rule 10(2) cpc have been allowed. facts in brief may be noticed thus : petitioner brij mohan chhangani filed a suit against his two brothers kripa shanker and satya narain and his sister smt. asha for partition of a house situated at goydani para, jaisalmer claiming the same as belonging to kishan lal, their father and having 1/4th share in the said property. the written statements were filed by kripa shanker, satya narain and smt. asha; while kripa shanker supported the version of the plaintiff qua share but opposed on the nature of property, satya narain and smt. asha opposed the same. an application was filed by satya narain under order i, rule 10(2) cpc seeking impleadment of his son narendra 2 chhangani as party to the suit with the averments that the suit property was in possession of narendra chhangani; there has been a family settlement dated 06.10.1984 between kishan lal j.and his children (plaintiff and defendants).wherein, the suit .....

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Jan 08 2014 (HC)

Saiyad Najama and ors Vs. MeharuddIn and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jan-08-2014

1 in the high court of judicature for rajasthan at jodhpur :judgment: s.b.civil misc. appeal no.1952/2013 national insurance company limited versus sayyed najma & ors.s.b.civil misc. appeal no.2006/2013 saiyad najama & ors.versus meharuddin & ors.date of judgment :: 08.01.2014 present hon'ble mr.justice arun bhansali mr.sanjeev johari, for the insurance company. mr.mahendra trivedi, for the claimants. ---- by the court: at the request of learned counsel for the parties, both the appeals are finally heard. these appeals are directed against the judgment and award dated 31.07.2013 passed by motor accident claims tribunal (first).jodhpur ('the tribunal').whereby, for the death of one sayyed istiyak ahmed, the tribunal has awarded a sum 2 of rs.5,57,088/- as compensation alongwith interest @ 8.5% per annum from the date of filing application for compensation ('the application') i.e.10.06.2009. while the insurer is aggrieved against the liability imposed on itself, the claimants have sought enhancement of compensation. the facts in brief may be noticed thus: on 30.01.2009 at about 7.30 pm one sayyed istiyak ahmed was walking on the road alongwith his fellow teacher poonam kumar, when a hyundai accent car bearing registration no.hr-18-9432, which was being driven by one mehrudeen collided with him resulting in grievous injuries, to which he later succumbed. the application for compensation was filed by the claimants, who are wife and son of the deceased, inter alia, with the .....

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