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Jan 16 2014 (SC)

Km. Hema Mishra Vs. State of Up and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-16-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.146 of2014[arising out of slp (crl.) no.7439 of 2013) km. hema mishra .. appellant versus state of u.p. and others .. respondents judgment k. s. radhakrishnan, j.1. leave granted.2. appellant herein had invoked the extraordinary jurisdiction of the high court under article 226 of the constitution of india seeking the following reliefs: i) issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of certiorari thereby quashing the impugned fir dated 21.12.2011, contained in annexure no.1 to this writ petition, lodged at crime no.797/11 under sections 419/420 ipc, at police station zaidpur, district barabanki; ii) issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus thereby directing the superintendant of police, barabanki, the opposite party no.2, and the investigating officer, case crime no.797/11, under sections 419/420 ipc, police station, zaidpur, district barabanki, the opposite party no.3, to defer the arrest of the petitioner until collection of the credible evidence sufficient for filing the charge-sheet by following the amended proviso to sections 41(1)(b) read with section 41a crpc; iii) issue a writ, order or direction in the nature of mandamus thereby directing the superintendent of police, barabanki, the opposite party no.2, for compliance of the provision of sections 41(1)(b) and 41a crpc in the investigation of the impugned fir dated 21.12.2011 contained in annexure no.1 to .....

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Jan 24 2014 (SC)

World Sport Group (Mauritius) Ltd. Vs. Msm Satellite(Singapore) Pte. L ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-24-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.895 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (c) no.34978 of 2010) world sport group (mauritius) ltd. appellants versus msm satellite (singapore) pte. ltd. respondent judgment a. k. patnaik, j.leave granted.2. this is an appeal against the order dated 17.09.2010 of the division bench of the bombay high court in appeal (lodging) no.534 of 2010. facts:3. the facts very briefly are that on 30.11.2007 the board of control for cricket in india (for short bcci ) invited tenders for ipl (indian premier league) media rights for a period of ten years from 2008 to 2017 on a worldwide basis. amongst the tenders submitted, the bid of world sports group india (for short wsg india ) was accepted by bcci. by a pre-bid arrangement, however, the respondent was to get the media rights for the sub-continent for the period from 2008 to 2010. accordingly, on 21.01.2008 bcci and the respondent entered into a media rights license agreement for the period from 2008 to 2012 for a sum of us$274.50 million. after the first ipl season, the bcci terminated the agreement dated 21.01.2008 between bcci and the respondent for the indian sub-continent and commenced negotiations with wsg india. on 14.03.2009, the respondent filed a petition under section 9 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (for short the act ) against the bcci before the bombay high court praying for injunction against the bcci from acting on the termination .....

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Mar 05 2014 (SC)

Sushil Ansal Vs. State Thr.Cbi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-05-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdicition criminal appeal no.597 of2010sushil ansal appellant versus state through cbi respondent (with crl. appeals no.598/2010, 599/2010, 600-602/2010, 604/2010, 605- 616/2010 and 617-627/2010) judgment t.s. thakur, j.enforcement of laws is as important as their enactment, especially where such laws deal with safety and security of citizens and create continuing obligations that call for constant vigil by those entrusted with their administration. callous indifference and apathy, extraneous influence or considerations and the cynical chalta hai attitude more often than not costs the society dearly in man-made tragedies whether in the form of fire incidents, collapse of buildings and bridges, poisonous gas leaks or the like. short-lived media attention followed by investigations that at times leave the end result flawed and a long winding criminal trial in which the witnesses predecease their depositions or switch sides under pressure or for gain and where even the victims or their families lose interest brings the sad saga to an uncertain end. a somewhat similar story is presented in these appeals by special leave arising out of a common judgment and order dated 19th december, 2008 passed by a single judge of high court of delhi whereby a batch of criminal appeals filed by those convicted by the trial court for commission of different offences and the sentences awarded to them were disposed of alongwith .....

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Mar 26 2014 (SC)

Mohd.Haroon and ors. Vs. Union of India and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-26-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india criminal original jurisdiction1writ petition (criminal) no.155 of2013mohd. haroon & ors. .... petitioner (s) versus union of india & anr. .... respondent(s) 2 3 with writ petition (crl.) nos. 158, 165, 170, 171, 179, 181 196, 206 of 2013, writ petition (crl.) no.11 of 2014 contempt petition (crl.) no. .of 2014 (d1372) in writ petition (crl.) no.155 of 2013 transferred case (civil) nos. 123, 124 and 125 of 2013, transfer petition (civil) nos. 1750, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830 of 2013 and special leave petition (civil) no.35402 of 2013 4 judgment p.sathasivam, cji.1) these writ petitions and other connected matters relate to the riots that broke out on the fateful day of 07.09.2013. the riots erupted in and around district muzaffarnagar, uttar pradesh as a result of communal tension prevailing in the city, which wrecked lives of a large number of people who fled from their homes out of anxiety and fear.2) it is asserted in these petitions that the communal riot erupted in muzaffarnagar, shamli and its adjoining rural areas after a mahapanchayat which was organized by the jat community at nagla mandaur, 20 kms away from muzaffarnagar city on 07.09.2013. in the said mahapanchayat, over 1.5 lakh persons from uttar pradesh, haryana and delhi participated to oppose the incident which was occurred on 27.08.2013 in kawal village under jansath tehsil of muzaffarnagar because of which violence broke out between two communities and three .....

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Apr 16 2014 (SC)

Om Parkash Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-16-2014

in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.1102 of2006om prakash appellant versus state of haryana respondent with criminal appeal no.1103 of2006radhey shyam and others appellants versus state of haryana respondent with criminal appeal no.1104 of2006mange ram and others appellants versus state of haryana respondent judgment dipak misra, j.the present appeals, by special leave, have been preferred against the common judgment and order dated 18.03.2005 passed by the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh in criminal appeal nos. 78-db & 146-db of 1997 with criminal revision no.219 of 1997 whereby the court has declined to interfere with the judgment of conviction and order of sentence passed by the learned addl. sessions judge, hisar in sessions case no.40 of 1993 for the offences under sections 148 and 302 read with section 149 of ipc and affirmed the sentences of imprisonment for life and payment of fine of rs. 1000/- by each with the default clause under section 302 read with section 149 of ipc and rigorous imprisonment of two years under section 148 ipc with the stipulation that both the sentences shall be concurrent.2. shorn of unnecessary details, the prosecution version is that on 28.06.1993 the informant, satbir singh, pw3 along with his two brothers, namely, mahinder singh, pw7and prabhu dayal (deceased) had gone to hisar to enroll themselves in the border security force for which interviews were being held at hisar. about 3 .....

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Apr 22 2014 (SC)

Amar Nath Vs. Kewla Devi and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-22-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.1918 of2007amar nath appellant vs. kewla devi & anr. respondents judgment v.gopala gowda j.this appeal is directed against the impugned judgment and order dated 08.04.2005 of the high court of uttar pradesh at allahabad wherein the high court allowed the appeal filed by the respondents and set aside the order passed by the additional district judge and upheld the findings of the trial court. the appellant has appealed against the impugned judgment urging various legal and factual contentions, the main contention being that the high court has allowed the appeal without framing substantial question/questions of law although it is mandatory as per section 100 of the code of civil procedure, 1908 (hereinafter referred to as the cpc ).2. the relevant facts of the case in brief are stated hereunder: the appellant, amar nath is the plaintiff whose father, vaij nath is the brother of ram nath and ram dev. the respondent no.1 - the defendant is the only daughter of ram nath. ram dev, the third brother died without issue. the appellant, amar nath filed a suit for possession of the suit schedule property and prayed for quashing of order dated 14.02.1970 passed by the consolidation officer during the consolidation proceedings on the ground that defendant no.1 in connivance with defendant no.2, taking benefit of the appellant s mental weakness and illiteracy have recorded their name over the land in .....

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Apr 24 2014 (SC)

J.N. Chaudhary and ors. Etc. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-24-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal nos. 4854-4855 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (c) nos.1581-1582/2011 j.n. chaudhary & ors. etc. ..appellants versus state of haryana & ors. ..respondents with civil appeal nos. 4856-4857 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (c) nos. 4758-59/2011) mount everest co-operative house building society ltd. ..appellant versus state of haryana & ors. etc. etc. ..respondents judgment gyan sudha misra, j.1. delay in slp (civil) 4758-59/2011 condoned.2. leave granted in both sets of special leave petitions.3. these appeals by special leave have been preferred against the judgment and order dated 27.08.2010 passed by the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh in letters patent appeal nos.215 and 216 of 2007 (o&m) whereby the division bench of the high court dismissed both the letters patent appeals by a common judgment and order which is under challenge herein.4. the letters patent appeals which stood dismissed arose out of two writ petitions filed in the high court before the learned single judge bearing writ petition nos.6491/2005 and 7742/2005 which were filed challenging the orders dated 13.12.2002, 05.09.2003 and 19.11.2004 in the high court at chandigarh which were the suspension order, removal order of the erstwhile committee and order of the dy. registrar who dismissed the appeal against removal. the facts stated therein disclosed that on 04.03.1994, a co-operative society in the name of mount .....

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Apr 28 2014 (SC)

Tarsen Lal and ors. Vs. Ram Sarup and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-28-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.4919 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.3353 of 2009) tarsem lal & ors. appellants versus ram sarup & ors. respondents judgment sudhansu jyoti mukhopadhaya, j.leave granted.2. this appeal is directed against the judgment and decree dated 2nd may, 2008 passed by the high court of himachal pradesh, shimla in r.s.a. no.126 of 1996. by the impugned judgment and decree high court reversed the concurrent finding of the courts below and held that section 36 (wrongly mentioned as rule 36 in the impugned judgment) of the himachal pradesh tenancy and land reforms act, 1972 (hereinafter referred to as the act ) is applicable to tenancy land and not to the ownership land owned by a person, and therefore, not applicable to the appellants herein. the judgment and decree dated 21st november, 1995 passed by the learned additional district judge (1) dharamshala camp at una in civil appeal no.39/92, rbt no.206/94 were set aside and the suit was dismissed.3. the factual matrix of the case is that predecessor-in-interest of the appellants, faqir chand, the original plaintiff filed a suit against daulat ram, sukh dev, ram sarup and smt. vidya devi for permanent injunction restraining them from removing the pump set or interfering, in any manner, with the right of the plaintiff to irrigate his land measuring 25 kanals 16 marlas from well and pump set situated in land measuring 8 marlas bearing khasra no.114r/29 .....

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May 06 2014 (SC)

Dr.Subramanian Swamy Vs. Director, Cbi and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-06-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil original jurisdiction writ petition (civil) no.38 of1997dr. subramanian swamy petitioner versus director, central bureau of investigation & anr. respondents with writ petition (civil) no.21 of2004centre for public interest litigation petitioner versus union of india respondent judgment r.m. lodha, cji. section 6-a of the delhi special police establishment act, 1946 (for short, the dspe act ), which was inserted by act 45 of 2003, reads as under: section 6-a. approval of central government to conduct inquiry or investigation.- (1) the delhi special police establishment shall not conduct any inquiry or investigation into any offence alleged to have been committed under the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (49 of 1988) except with the previous approval of the central government where such allegation relates to- (a) the employees of the central government of the level of joint secretary and above; and (b) such officers as are appointed by the central government in corporations established by or under any central act, government companies, societies and local authorities owned or controlled by that government. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), no such approval shall be necessary for cases involving arrest of a person on the spot on the charge of accepting or attempting to accept any gratification other than legal remuneration referred to in clause (c) of the explanation to section 7 of the prevention of .....

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May 08 2014 (SC)

M/S Mahamaya Gen.Finance Co.Ltd. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-08-2014

non-reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.5514 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.2715 of2009 m/s mahamaya gen. finance ... appellant (s) co. ltd. versus state of u.p. & ors. ... respondent (s) with civil appeal no.5515 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.11371 of2009 judgment ranjan gogoi, j.1. leave granted.2. by notification dated 21.10.1969 issued under section 4 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter referred to as the act ) approximately 455 acres of land situated in villages prahlad garhi, maharajpur and karket madan was proposed to be acquired in favour of the uttar pradesh industrial development corporation (hereinafter referred to as the corporation ). an area measuring 42 bighas belonging to the appellant was included in the said notification.3. consequential notifications under section 6 and 17(1) of the act were published on 23.6.1970. possession of the acquired land was taken over on 10.09.1970 and the award was made by the special land acquisition officer on 4.5.1972 granting compensation at the rate of rs.1.33 per square yard. in doing so, a sale deed dated 20.1.1969 in respect of an area of about 200 square yard situated in the village maharajpur sold for rs.400/- was taken as the base exemplar. 33% deduction was made on account of the smallness of the area covered by the aforesaid sale deed, thereby, assessing compensation for the acquired land at rs.1.33 per square yard.4. the appellant sought a reference .....

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