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Feb 19 2014 (SC)

Amarendra Kumar Mohapatra and ors. Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-19-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.8322 of2009amarendra kumar mohapatra & ors. appellants versus state of orissa & ors. respondents with civil appeals no.8323-8331 of 2009, 1768 of 2006 and 1940 of 2010. judgment t.s. thakur, j.1. common questions of law arise for consideration in these appeals which were heard together and shall stand disposed of by this common order. the primary issue that falls for determination touches the constitutional validity of what is described as the orissa service of engineers (validation of appointment) act, 2002 by which appointment of 881 ad hoc assistant engineers belonging to civil, mechanical and electrical engineering wings of the state engineering service have been validated, no matter all such appointments were in breach of the orissa service of engineers rules, 1941. the high court of orissa has in a batch of writ petitions filed before it struck down the impugned legislation on the ground that the same violates the fundamental rights guaranteed to the writ petitioners under articles 14 and 16 of the constitution. we shall presently formulate the questions that arise for determination more specifically but before we do so, we consider it necessary to set out the factual matrix in which the entire controversy arises.2. in a note submitted to the state cabinet on 15th may 1990 the problem of over 2000 unemployed degree-holders in various branches of engineering who had passed out from .....

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Feb 25 2014 (SC)

Dinubhai Boghabhai Solanki Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-25-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.492 of2014(arising out of slp (crl.) no.8406 of 2012) dinubhai boghabhai solanki appellant versus state of gujarat & ors. ...respondents with criminal appeal no.493 of2014(arising out of slp (crl.) no.8292 of 2012) judgment surinder singh nijjar, j.1. this special leave petition impugns the judgment and order dated 25th september, 2012 passed by the gujarat high court at ahmedabad in special criminal application no.1925 of 2010. by the aforesaid judgment, the high court has directed that the investigation into the death of amit jethwa (hereinafter referred to as jethwa ), a right to information activist be investigated by the cbi authorities and further directing that the proceedings pursuant to the charge sheet submitted by the gujarat police shall remain stayed.2. the facts leading to the filing of the special leave petition out of which the present criminal appeal arises are as under: jethwa had filed a public interest litigation, sca no.7690 of 2010, against the state of gujarat and others with the following prayer: the appellant therefore prays that your lordship may be pleased to: a. admit this petition. b. issue a writ of mandamus or writ in the nature of mandamus or any other appropriate writ order or direction directing the respondents to stop illegal mining within 5 kms radius from boundary of gir sanctuary. 3. in the aforesaid writ petition, jethwa had given details of .....

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Mar 14 2014 (SC)

Phanidhar Kalita Vs. Saraswati Devi and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-14-2014

non-reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal nos.2924 - 2925 of2014phanidhar kalita .. appellant(s) -vs- saraswati devi & anr. .. respondent(s) judgment c. nagappan, j.1. these appeals are preferred against the judgment and decree dated 23.3.2007 in r.s.a. no.116 of 2000 and the order dated 1.4.2008 in review petition no.1 of 2008 passed by the learned single judge of the guwahati high court, whereby the high court has partly allowed the regular second appeal and dismissed the review petition, both filed by the appellant herein.2. the appellant/plaintiff herein filed the title suit no.11 of 1987 against the respondent/defendant no.1 herein in the court of civil judge (junior division) no.2, mangaldoi for declaration of title in respect of 1 katha 16 lechas of land described in schedule-1 to the plaint covered by dag no.52/575 of p.p. no.960 situated in village mangaldoi gaon and also for recovery of khas possession of the suit land described in schedule-2, which is a part of the land in schedule-1 by demolishing the structure put by respondent no.1 herein/defendant no.1 and also for permanent injunction restraining the respondents herein/defendants from raising new constructions on the suit land. the case of the appellant/plaintiff is that he purchased 1 bigha of land, mentioned in schedule-1, from one mukta ram saikia by exh.4 registered sale deed dated 12.7.1977 and took possession of the same and got mutation of his name in the .....

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Apr 01 2014 (SC)

V. Kala Bharathi and ors. Vs. the Oriental Ins.Co.Ltd.,br.Chitoor

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-01-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.3056 of2008v. kala bharathi & ors. appellants vs. the oriental ins. co. ltd., br. chitoor respondent judgment n.v.ramana, j.1. the short question to be answered in this appeal is whether the amount deposited by the judgment debtor in a decree is to be adjusted first towards interest or towards principal decretal amount.2. the facts of the case are on account of demise of an engineering graduate, mr. v. raja kumar on 29.04.1993 in a road accident, his legal heirs, i.e., the appellants herein filed a claim petition being m.v.o.p. 774 of 1993 before the motor accident claims tribunal (for short, the tribunal ) claiming - 3. compensation to the tune of rs.2 crores. the vehicle involved in the said accident was insured by the respondent insurance company. the tribunal vide its award dated 29.04.1997 awarded an amount of rs.98,40,500/- as compensation with interest @ 12% p.a. from the date of the petition, i.e., 25.10.1993 till the date of realization, apart from costs quantified at rs.99,443/-.4. being aggrieved, the respondent insurance company filed an appeal under section 173 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (for short, the act ) and to comply with the provisions contained therein, deposited a sum of rs.25,000/-. on 15.12.1997, the high court in c.m.a. no.1726 of 1997 granted stay of execution of the award dated 29.04.1997 subject to the condition of depositing a sum of rs.30 lakhs and rs.99, .....

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Apr 07 2014 (SC)

M/S Haryana State Coop Spy and Mkt Fed Ltd Vs. M/S Jayam Textiles and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-07-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.833 of2014arising out of special leave petition (criminal) no.7700 of2007m/s. haryana state coop. supply and marketing federation ltd. ... appellant versus m/s. jayam textiles & anr. ... respondents with criminal appeal no.834 of2014arising out of special leave petition (criminal) no.20 of2008m/s. haryana state coop. supply and marketing federation ltd. ... appellant versus m/s. jayam textiles & anr. ... respondents - judgment n.v. ramana, j.1. leave granted.2. the present appeals have been filed against the judgment dated 18.06.2007 passed by the high court of judicature at madras in crl. a. nos. 348 and 410 of 2001 thereby dismissing the said appeals on the ground that mr. davinder kumar lal, claiming to be the power of attorney holder of the appellant-federation, has no locus standi to file the complaints/appeals as he has failed to prove that the appellant-federation had authorised him to file the same.3. the facts of the two appeals are the appellant-federation supplied cotton bales to the respondents of the value of rs.30,45,602/- vide three invoices dated 19.12.1994, 21.12.1994 and 20.01.1995. the respondents, to discharge their liability, issued in total four cheques two cheques for rs.5 lakhs each dated 16.01.1995 and 20.01.1995 respectively and two - 4. cheques for rs. 11 lakhs each dated 20.01.1995 and 25.01.1995 respectively. however, on presentation, all the said four .....

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Apr 23 2014 (SC)

State of Jharkhand and ors. Vs. Kamal Prasad and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-23-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.4809 of2014(arising out of slp(c) 266 of2012 state of jharkhand & ors. appellants vs. kamal prasad & ors. respondents with civil appeal no.4837 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.21936 of 2013) civil appeal no.4810 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.34437 of 2012) civil appeal no.4811 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.36515 of 2012) civil appeal no.4812 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37628 of 2012) civil appeal no.4813 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37701 of 2012) civil appeal no.4814 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37702 of 2012) civil appeal no.4815 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37740 of 2012) civil appeal no.4816 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37819 of 2012) civil appeal no.4817 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37834 of 2012) civil appeal no.4818 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37850 of 2012) civil appeal no.4819 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37864 of 2012) civil appeal no.4820 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37930 of 2012) civil appeal no.4821 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37952 of 2012) civil appeal no.4822 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.37981 of 2012) civil appeal no.4823 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.38012 of 2012) civil appeal no.4824 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.38039 of 2012) civil appeal no.4825 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.38044 of 2012) civil appeal no.4826 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.38053 of 2012) civil appeal no.4827 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.38224 of 2012) .....

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Sep 01 2014 (SC)

Chandigarh Administration and anr. Vs. Jasmine Kaur and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-01-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal nos. 8377-8378 of2014(@ slp (c) nos.18137-18138 of2014 chandigarh administration & another appellants versus jasmine kaur & others respondents with civil appeal no.8376 of2014(@ slp (c) no.18099 of2014 jessica rehsi appellant versus chandigarh administration & ors. ..respondents judgment fakkir mohamed ibrahim kalifulla, j.leave granted. these appeals have been preferred against the orders passed by the division bench of the punjab and haryana high court at chandigarh in lpa no.2051 of 2013 dated 13.01.2014 and c.m. no.623 of 2014 in ra no.9 of 2014 in lpa no.2051 of 2013. the appellants in slp(c) no.18137-18138 of 2014 are the chandigarh administration and the government medical college & hospital, chandigarh. the appellant in slp(c) no.18099 of 2014 has filed the special leave petition with the permission of this court, who was not a party, either before the single judge or before the division bench of the punjab and haryana high court. leave to file special leave petition was granted in slp(c) no.18099/2014 considering the grievances expressed by the said appellant contending that in the event of the impugned orders of the division bench being implemented, her chance of getting admission to the course of m.b.b.s. for the academic year 2014-15 under the non-resident indian (nri) category would be impinged. the present impugned orders of the division bench came to be passed at the instance of .....

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Apr 22 2014 (SC)

Sumer Singh Vs. Surajbhan Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-22-2014

in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.942 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (crl.) 9658 of 2009) sumer singh appellant versus surajbhan singh and others respondents judgment dipak misra, j.1. the centripodal question that arises for consideration in this appeal, by special leave, preferred by the injured, is whether the learned single judge of the high court of judicature for rajasthan, bench at jaipur, while converting the conviction of the respondent- accused from one under section 307 ipc to one under section 308 ipc and sustaining the conviction under sections 148, 147, 326 and 323 ipc read with section 149 ipc is justified in restricting the period of sentence to seven days which the respondent had already undergone and to impose a fine of rs.50,000/-, in default of payment of fine, to suffer additional rigorous imprisonment of two years.2. the factual score, as has been undraped, is that on 19.7.1982 about 3.30 p.m. when sumer singh, pw-4, janak singh, pw-5, and his younger brother jai singh, pw-7, having availed a tractor of another person, were carrying out certain agricultural operation in their field, accused persons, namely, surajbhan singh, bhanwar singh, vikram singh, surendra singh and prithvi raj alias pappu, being armed with weapons, arrived at the field. accused surajbhan singh was carrying a sword and other accused persons were having lathis. on coming to the field, the accused persons stopped the tractor and sumer singh .....

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Dec 18 2014 (SC)

Additional District and Sessions Judge, X Vs. Registrar General, High ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-18-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil original jurisdiction writ petition (civil) no.792 of2014additional district and sessions judge 'x' ... petitioner versus registrar general, high court of madhya pradesh and others ... respondents judgment jagdish singh khehar, j.1. the present writ petition has been filed by a former additional district and sessions judge of the madhya pradesh higher judicial service. the factual narration in the writ petition incorporates allegations of sexual harassment aimed at the petitioner, at the behest of a sitting judge of the high court of madhya pradesh (herein after referred to as, 'the high court'), who has been impleaded by name as respondent no.3. the authenticity of the allegations levelled by the petitioner, which have been expressly disputed by respondent no.3, would stand affirmed or repudiated only after culmination of due process. such being the sensitivity of the matter, it would be inappropriate to disclose the identity either of the petitioner or of respondent no.3. in the title of the present writ petition, as also in its contents, the petitioner has been described as additional district and sessions judge 'x'. we shall refer to her as addl.d&sj 'x'. this would help to preserve the dignity of the petitioner. insofar as respondent no.3 is concerned, since he is a sitting judge of the high court, his reputation deserves a similar protection, we shall refer to him as justice 'a'.2. the averments made in the writ petition .....

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Dec 17 2014 (SC)

Raman Vs. Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam Lt. and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-17-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.11466 of2014(arising out of slp(c) no.8113 of2014 raman .........appellant vs. uttar haryana bijli vitran nigam ltd.& ors. .........respondents judgment v.gopala gowda, j.leave granted.2. the appellant, represented through his natural guardian father - manoj kumar, has filed this appeal questioning the judgment and order dated 30.10.2013 passed by the division bench of the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh in the letters patent appeal no.1631 of 2013 in civil writ petition no.14046 of 2012.3. the brief facts are stated herein: the appellant, a four year old boy was electrocuted on 03.11.2011 by coming in direct contact with the naked electric wire lying open on the roof of his house. immediately after the incident, the boy was taken for first aid to a nearby r.m. anand hospital in panipat, haryana from where he was referred to post graduate institute of medical sciences, rohtak. the final treatment was given at safdarjang hospital, new delhi, where the doctors left with no other option but to carry out triple amputation by removing both his arms upto arm pit and left leg upto knee as the grievous injuries suffered were not curable. on 08.02.2012, the disability certificate was issued to the appellant certifying to be 100% permanent disability.4. it is stated on behalf of the appellant that prior to this tragic incident, on 16.08.2011 the appellant's father along with other .....

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