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Jul 22 1992 (SC)

Life Insurance Corporation of India and Union of India and Another Vs. ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-22-1992

Reported in : AIR1993SC171; 1993(41)BLJR431; (1993)1GLR497; JT1992(4)SC181; 1992(2)SCALE60; (1992)3SCC637; [1992]3SCR595; 1992(2)LC481(SC); (1992)2UPLBEC1144

order1. special leave granted in slp(c)no. 339 of 1991.2. these two appeals though arising out of different circumstances and concerning different parties, relate to the scope of our constitutional policy of freedom of speech and expression guaranteed by article 19(1)(a) of the constitution. the importance of the constitutional question prompted this court to grant special leave to appeal under article 136 of the constitution. we may properly begin the discussion of this judgment by stating the factual background of the two cases in the light of which we are required to examine the scope of the constitutional liberty of speech and expression.3. civil appeal no. 1254/80 arises out of the decision of the gujarat high court in special civil application no. 2711 of 1979 decided by a division bench on 17th june, 1980. the respondent, the executive trustee of the consumer education & research center (cerc), ahmedabad, after undertaking research into the working of the life insurance corporation (lic) published on 10th july, 1978 a study paper titled 'a fraud on policy holders-a shocking story'. this study paper portrayed the discriminatory practice adopted by the lic which adversely affected the interest of a large number of policy holders. this study paper was widely circulated by the respondent. mr. n.c. krishnan, a member of the lic prepared a counter to the respondent's study paper and published the same as an article in the 'hindu', a daily newspaper, challenging the .....

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Aug 28 1992 (SC)

Janata Dal Vs. H.S. Chowdhary and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-28-1992

Reported in : AIR1993SC892; 1993CriLJ600; 1992(3)Crimes199(SC); JT1992(5)SC213; 1992(2)SCALE338; (1992)4SCC305; [1992]Supp1SCR226

s. ratnavel pandian, j.1. we gave our conclusions in our earlier order dated 27th august 1991 reserving the reasons to be given later. accordingly, we render our reasons in the present judgment.2. we feel that a prefatory note, though not the detailed facts of the case, is necessary for disposal of these appeals and writ petition. the facts culled out from various documents placed before this court are as follows:3. the ministry of defence, government of india approved in august 1980 a proposal forwarded by army headquarters (hq) recommending, inter-alia, the introduction of 155 mm calibre medium gun both towed and self-propelled to meet its defence operational requirements. the choice for obtaining the said gun system/guns was short listed in december, 1982 to (1) m/s. sofma of france (2) m/s. a.b. before of sweden (briefly called 'before') (3) m/s. international military services of u.k. and (4) m/s. voest alpine of austria. in november 1985, there was a further short listing of sofma and before. finally, the order was placed by the government of india with before on 24th march 1986 for the supply of 410 numbers (400 plus 10 free) of 155 mm field howitzer 77-b gun system/spare guns vide contract no. 6(9)/84/d (gs-iv) for a total amount of sek 8410.66 million (swedish kroners) (equivalent to about rs. 1437.72 crores or rs. 14377.2 million). the related contract for supplying the gun package (towed) and other related agreements/contracts were concluded and signed on 24th .....

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Dec 01 1992 (SC)

State of Karnataka Vs. Appa Balu Ingale and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-01-1992

Reported in : AIR1993SC1126; 1993(1)ALT(Cri)390; 1993CriLJ1029; 1992(3)Crimes1104(SC); JT1992(Suppl1)SC588; 1992(3)SCALE339; 1995Supp(4)SCC469; [1992]Supp3SCR284

orderkuldip singh, j.1. appa balu ingale and four others were tried for the offences under sections 4 and 7 of the protection of civil rights act, 1955 (the act). the trial court convicted all of them under section 4 of the act and sentenced them to undergo simple imprisonment for one month and a fine of rs. 100 each and in default to suffer simple imprisonment for further five days. appa balu ingale was further convicted under section 7 of the act but no separate sentence was awarded to him for the said offence. the additional sessions judge belgaum, on appeal, upheld the conviction and sentence of appa balu ingale, shankar babaji patil and rajaram rama sankpal. the learned judge, however, allowed the appeal of the other two convicts and acquitted them. against the judgment of the appellate court appa balu ingale and two others went in revision before the high court. the learned single judge of the karnataka high court allowed the criminal revision petition and acquitted all of them. this appeal by way of special leave petition is by the state of karnataka against the judgment of the high court. during the pendency of the appeal respondent appa balu ingale died on november 4, 1991. the appeal against him has thus abated.2. the charge against the respondents was that they restrained the complainant party by show of force from taking water from a newly dug-up bore wellon the ground that they were untouchables. the prosecution produced four witnesses who were all harijans. the .....

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Sep 15 1992 (SC)

Aslam Babalal Desai Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-15-1992

Reported in : AIR1993SC1; 1993(1)ALT(Cri)265; 1993(41)BLJR75; 1992CriLJ3712; JT1992(6)SC21; 1992(2)SCALE523; (1992)4SCC272; [1992]Supp1SCR545

ordera.m. ahmadi, j.1. special leave granted.2. can bail granted under the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 167 of the crpc, 1973 (hereafter called 'the code') for failure to complete the investigation within the period prescribed thereunder be cancelled on the mere presentation of the challan (charge-sheet) at any time thereafter? this is the question which we are called upon to answer in the backdrop of the following facts.3. a complaint was lodged against the appellant and 8 others at miraj city police station, district sangli alleging commission of offences punishable under sections 147, 148, 302 and 323 read with section 149 ipc, in regard to an incident which took place at about 11 p.m. on 8th september, 1990. the appellant was arrested in that connection on the next day i.e. 9th september, 1990. the appellant thereafter made an application before the sessions judge, sangli for being enlarged on bail that application was rejected. the appellant approached the high court but later withdrew the application and then once again moved the sessions judge, sangli for bail under the proviso to section 167(2) of the code on the ground that the investigation had not been completed within 90 days. the learned sessions judge by his order dated 11th march, 1991 directed the release of the appellant on bail. after the charge-sheet was submitted and the documents were tendered subsequent thereto, the state of maharashtra moved an application under section 439(2) of the code in .....

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Dec 04 1992 (SC)

Vijay Mills Company Limited Etc., Etc. Vs. State of Gujarat and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-04-1992

Reported in : AIR1994SC1114; 1992(3)SCALE315; (1993)1SCC345; [1992]Supp3SCR324

orderp.b. sawant, j.1. the facts leading to the common questions of law which arise in these appeals may be taken from one of the appeals, viz., civil appeal no. 82 of 1985. the appellant-company holds a large parcel of land admeasuring about 2 lakh square metres comprising 30 different survey numbers of asarwa ward of the ahmedabad municipal corporation. prior to 1st august, 1976, these lands were assessed as non-agricultural lands, at the rate of 2 paise per square metre under rule 8(2) of the gujarat land revenue rules, 1972 [the '1972 rules'] which was in force at that time. the said rules were made under section 214 of the bombay land revenue code, 1879 [the 'code'] as applicable to the state of gujarat. at that rate, the company paid a total land revenue of rs. 5,823.23 per annum. it also appears that the company paid in addition to the land revenue local fund cess and education cess each of which was calculated at the rate of 50 per cent of the amount of the land revenue.2. on 21st july, 1976, the state government published draft rules amending 1972 rules. the principal amendment related to the rate of the assessment of the non-agricultural land whereby the erstwhile rate of 2 paise was raised to 15 paise per square metre. the amendment also classified the assessable lands on the basis of their locations, viz., whether they were in villages, towns and cities, and on the basis of the population of the area and the non-agricultural user to which the land was being put. .....

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May 01 1992 (SC)

Ramesh Maruti Patil Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-01-1992

Reported in : AIR1994SC28; 1994CriLJ8

madan mohan punchhi, j.1. this appeal by special leave is against the judgment and order dated 20-2-1981 of the high court of bombay in criminal appeal no. 14 of 1974.2. for the view we are taking, it would not be necessary to detail out the entire case. it would be enough to mention that the sole appellant herein, named ramesh maruti patil, along with eight others stood trial under section 302/323 read with section 149, i.p.c. etc. for causing the death of one moti ram and causing injuries to three others on the complainant side. on the side of the appellant four accused were stated to have suffered injuries during the occurrence which took place on march 3, 1974 in front of the house of the deceased moti ram. in the first information report lodged by savalaram, p.w. 9 the father of the deceased, it was bhanudas gajanan patil co-accused who was ascribed the sole fatal injury on the deceased. the first information report was otherwise silent about the remaining five injuries on the deceased as well as those caused to the p.ws. similarly the f.i.r was also silent about the injuries found on the persons of four accused persons. the court of session on weighing the prosecution version and the cross versional defence recorded a finding that the parties had a free fight and therefore the prosecution case could not be relied upon to convict the accused persons. an additional factor which weighed with the court was that the version given in the f.i. r about the sole fatal injury .....

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Dec 07 1992 (SC)

U.P. Basic Shiksha Parishad and anr. Vs. Hari Deo Mani Tripathi and or ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-07-1992

Reported in : (1996)9SCC623; [1992]Supp3SCR384; (1993)2UPLBEC1497

yogeshwar dayal, j.1. special leave granted.2. with the consent of learned counsel for the parties the appeals themselves were heard and are now being disposed of. the relevant petitions are - slp(c) nos. 458, 459, 460 and 463 of 1992 arising out of a common judgment and order dated 7th march, 1991 passed by the learned single judge of the allahabad high court in civil writ petitions no. 21168, 19851, 21169 of 1987 and 4695 of 1988 respectively as well as slp(c) no. 6145 of 1992 arising out of a judgment and order dated 11th october, 1991 passed by a single judge of the allahabad high court in writ petition no. 6548(ss) of 1991.3. for facility of reference we are dealing with facts arising in slp(c) no. 458 of 1992. in this matter respondent concerned is hari deo manitripathi. he was appointed an untrained assistant teacher on 27th november, 1963 and he obtained the certificate of training on or about 16th august 1973.4. in other civil appeals the names of the respondents, their dates of appointment and the dates of their obtaining the certificate of training are as under:name date of date of obtainingappointment training certificateappeal arising out of slp (c) no. 459/921. dinesh pande 23.11.1961 11.3.19762. hridayanand singh 30.8.1960 11.3.19763. ram nakshatra prakash 16.2.1966 11.7.19764. madan kishore singh 7.2.1966 11.3.19765. harihar singh 18.8.1962 1.3.1969appeal arising out of slp (c) no. 460/19921. hari prakash 18.3.1974 june 19752. baleswar singh 18.3.1964 14.8. .....

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Oct 15 1992 (SC)

Mullagiri Vajram and Others Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-15-1992

Reported in : AIR1993SC1243; 1993(2)ALT(Cri)242; 1993CriLJ169; 1992(3)Crimes671(SC); 1992(3)SCALE63; 1993Supp(2)SCC198; [1992]Supp2SCR19

..... the evidence of p.w. 19, inspector of police that the accused persons had absconded and on 9.1.1978 on information by 5.00 a.m., he along with mediators visited ramaraogudem and the absconded accused were hiding in the house of a-7. he surrounded the house with his staff, guarded the house and in that house he found .....

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Mar 26 1992 (SC)

B. Hanumantha Rao Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-26-1992

Reported in : AIR1992SC1201; 1992CriLJ1552; 1992(1)Crimes1278(SC); JT1992(2)SC433; 1992(1)SCALE736; 1993Supp(1)SCC323; [1992]2SCR358; 1992(2)LC91(SC)

..... . pw. 1 on the same day submitted a complaint exhibit p. 1 to shri p. bal reddy, the then dsp, acb, warangal range. the dsp with the assistance of two mediators planned a trap. on 5.7.1986 at about 2.00 p.m. pw. 1 met the accused at his office-cum-residence and on a demand made by the .....

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Nov 25 1992 (SC)

Jeet Singh and ors. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-25-1992

Reported in : 1992(3)SCALE233; (1993)1SCC325; [1992]Supp3SCR246

..... in pursuance of an order or direction of a court of competent jurisdiction. it is used in contrast to separate living by agreement of parties or at the intervention of mediators without the intervention of a judicial proceeding in a competent court of law.10. that leaves us to the question whether the consent recorded by the nyaya panchayat would be .....

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