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May 06 2014 (SC)

State of Karnataka and anr. Vs. Asstd.Mang.of Gov.Rec.Prim.and Sec.Sl. ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-06-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal nos.5166-5190 of2013state of karnataka & anr. appellants versus associated management of (government recognised unaided english medium) primary & secondary schools & ors. respondents with writ petition (c) no.290 of 2009 nallur prasad & ors. appellants versus state of karnataka & ors. respondents civil appeal nos.5191-5199 of2013r.g. nadadur & ors. appellants versus shubodaya vidya samasthe & anr. respondents and civil appeal no.5090 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (c) no.32858 of 2013) state of karnataka & ors. appellants versus mohamed hussain jucka respondent judgment a. k. patnaik, j.leave granted in s.l.p. (c) no.32858 of 2013. facts leading to the reference to the constitution bench:2. the government of karnataka issued a government order dated 19.06.1989 prescribing that from 1st standard to ivth standard, mother tongue will be the medium of instruction . on 22.06.1989, the government of karnataka issued a corrigendum substituting the aforesaid words in the earlier government order dated 19.06.1989 by the following words: from 1st standard to ivth standard, where it is expected that normally mother tongue will be the medium of instruction. the orders dated 19.06.1989 and 22.06.1989 were challenged before this court and a division bench of this court in its judgment dated 08.12.1993 in english medium students parents association v. state of karnataka & ors. [(1994) 1 scc550 held that the two .....

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May 09 2014 (SC)

Chandra Prakash Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-09-2014

in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction criminal appeal no.1155 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (crl.) 4419 of 2009) chandra prakash appellant versus state of rajasthan respondent with criminal appeal nos.1156-1157 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (crl.) 3524-3525 of 2010) abdul hamid and another appellants versus state of rajasthan respondent with criminal appeal no.1160 of2014(arising out of s.l.p. (crl.) nos. 4105 of 2014 crlmp227812012) abdul mateen appellant versus state of rajasthan respondent judgment dipak misra, j.on 26th january, 1996, a day of celebration and conscientious remembrance of the red letter day in the history of india because 26th january is the date in 1950, when our organic, inclusive, humane and compassionate constitution came into existence being given by the people of this country to themselves and the nation has been obliged to jubilate remembering the said important day in our national history, for it chartered the path of many an emancipation and conferred on the people the highly cherished fundamental rights; about 8.30 a.m., there was a blast of explosive substances between gate no.12 and gate no.13, towards the southern and eastern side of sawai man singh stadium jaipur, where the state level function on republic day was going to be celebrated. soon after the blast, prahlad singh, the station house officer, police station lodged an fir about 9.30 a.m. which was registered as fir no.39/1996. as per the fir, when the blast took .....

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Jul 02 2014 (SC)

Municipal Corpn., Gwalior Vs. Puran Singh @ Puran Chand and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-02-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.8605 of2013municipal corporation, gwalior appellant versus puran singh alias puran chand & ors. respondents judgment sudhansu jyoti mukhopadhaya, j.this appeal is directed against the judgment and decree dated 15th april, 1998 passed by the high court of madhya pradesh, jabalpur, bench at gwalior in civil first appeal no.1 of 1995. by the impugned judgment and decree the high court allowed the appeal, preferred by plaintiffs- respondents, set aside the judgment and decree passed by the trial court and decreed the suit of plaintiffs-respondents.2. the factual matrix of the case is as follows: the respondents were plaintiffs and the appellant- municipal corporation, gwalior was a defendant in the original suit. the original civil suit no.44-a/1985 was filed by plaintiff-respondents against the defendant- the municipal corporation, gwalior seeking declaration that land bearing original survey no.486/19 (old) (new survey no.619) measuring 1 bigha is owned and possessed by them. they also sought for permanent injunction against the defendant on the ground that municipal authorities tried to interfere with their possession by dismantling the fencing standing on their land.3. the case of the plaintiffs was that their ancestors were the owners of the suit land. one ram nath was the original tenure-holder (mool krishak) and thereafter they became joint bhumiswami. they claimed to be in possession on .....

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Jan 08 2014 (SC)

Sadashiv Prasad Singh Vs. Harendar Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-08-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.161 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.23000 of 2010) sadashiv prasad singh appellant versus harendar singh & ors. respondents with civil appeal no.162 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.26550 of 2010) judgment jagdish singh khehar, j.1. on 11.9.1989, the allahabad bank (hereinafter referred to as the bank ) sanctioned a loan of rs.12.70 lac to m/s. amar timber works, a partnership firm having three partners, jagmohan singh, payam shoghi and dev kumar sinha. the above loan was sanctioned to m/s. amar timber works, after its partners had mortgaged certain properties to secure the loan amount. since the loan amount was not repaid in compliance with the commitment made by m/s. amar timber works, nine years later, in 1998, the bank preferred original application no.107 of 1998 before the debt recovery tribunal for the recovery of the bank s dues. the above original application was allowed on 21.11.2000. accordingly, a direction was issued for the recovery of rs.75,75,564/- from m/s. amar timber works. for the execution of the order passed by the debt recovery tribunal, the bank initiated recovery proceedings on 28.11.2000. during the pendency of the recovery proceedings, jagmohan singh, one of the partners of m/s. amar timber works, died (on 27.1.2004). on 16.4.2004, the recovery officer attached plot no.722, located at exhibition road, p.s. gandhi maidan, patna (hereinafter referred to as the .....

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Mar 14 2014 (SC)

Kesharbai @ Pushpabai Eknathrao Nalawade Vs. Tarabai Prabhakarrao Nala ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-14-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.3867 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.27916 of 2009) kesharbai @ pushpabai eknathrao nalawade (d) by lrs. & anr. appellants versus tarabai prabhakarrao nalawade & ors. ...respondents judgment surinder singh nijjar, j.1. leave granted.2. this appeal has been filed against the judgment and decree dated 23rd march, 2009 of the high court of bombay (aurangabad bench) rendered in first appeal no.468 of 2004 whereby the high court has partly allowed the first appeal of the plaintiffs/respondent nos. 1 to 3. the high court has dismissed the suit of the plaintiffs in respect of the agricultural lands and house property at chikalthan and neem dongri. at the same time, the high court has set aside the judgment of the trial court on issue no.3 relating to the question as to whether house bearing no.4.13.78 bearing cts no.4705 admeasuring 138.2 sq. meters alongwith house structure standing therein situated at nageshwarwadi, aurangabad is the self acquired property of deceased eknathrao.3. the admitted facts are that plaintiff nos. 1 and 2 to 4 are the wife and children of deceased prabhakarrao s/o saluba respectively. defendant nos. 7 and 8 to 12 are the wife and children of deceased trimbakrao s/o deorao respectively. defendant nos. 13 to 15 are the subsequent purchasers of land from the plaintiff. for better understanding of the inter-se relationship between the parties, it would be appropriate to .....

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Jun 30 2014 (SC)

Ram Karan(D) Tr.Lrs.and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jun-30-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.5853 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.16638 of 2012) ram karan (dead) through lrs. & ors. appellants versus state of rajasthan and ors. respondents judgment sudhansu jyoti mukhopadhaya, j.leave granted.2. this appeal is directed against the judgment and order dated 2nd february, 2012 passed by the division bench of the high court of judicature for rajasthan, jaipur bench, jaipur in d.b. civil special appeal (writ) no.557/2002. by the impugned judgment the high court dismissed the appeal preferred by the appellant and upheld the order dated 23rd may, 2002 passed by the learned single judge in s.b. civil writ petition no.639 of 1996.3. the factual matrix of the case is as follows: the suit property is an agricultural land admeasuring 10 bighas 13 biswa situated in village med, jaipur, rajasthan. the said land was sold by its recorded khatedar, dalu (hereinafter referred to as the vendor ) to ram karan (since deceased) and mahendra kumar who belong to upper caste vide a registered sale deed dated 12th january, 1962. ram karan and mahendra kumar (hereinafter referred to as the vendee ) were both landless persons on the date of sale of disputed land. the said vendees had been in cultivator possession of the disputed land prior to 12th january, 1962.4. subsequently, gram panchayat allowed the land to be mutated in the name of the vendee, ram karan and mahendra kumar. it was mutated on 10th .....

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Dec 17 2014 (SC)

International Amusement Limited Vs. India Trade Promotion Organization ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-17-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.11474 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.13982 of 2007) international amusement limited .........appellant vs. india trade promotion organisation & anr. .........respondents with civil appeal no.11475 of2014(arising out of slp (c) no.13983 of 2007) judgment v.gopala gowda, j.leave granted. these appeals are directed by the appellant against the common impugned judgment and order dated 16.07.2007 passed in writ petition (c) no.2015 of 2001 and c.m. (m) no.553/2007 by the high court of delhi, urging various facts and legal grounds and raising two substantial questions of law which read thus:- whether the arbitration proceedings can be continued between the international amusement limited and the india trade promotion organisation?. b) whether the estate officer appointed as arbitrator is the correct forum?. necessary brief facts are stated hereunder with a view to find out whether the questions of law framed in these appeals would arise for our consideration. the appellant herein was running an amusement park in pragati maidan, new delhi since the year 1984, which was well known as "appu ghar". the land for the purpose was initially allotted to the appellant by india trade promotion organisation (for short 'the itpo) on licence basis as the lease between the central government and the itpo was still pending and as such permanent allotment of the land could not be made in favour of the appellant. .....

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Feb 25 2014 (SC)

Gohil Jesangbhai Raysangbhai and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and anr

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-25-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.4123 of2012gohil jesangbhai raysangbhai & ors. appellant (s) versus state of gujarat & anr. respondent (s) with civil appeal no.4124 of2012civil appeal no.4125 of2012civil appeal no.4126 of2012civil appeal no.4127 of2012civil appeal no.4129 of2012civil appeal no.4130 of2012civil appeal no.4131 of2012civil appeal no.4132 of2012civil appeal no.4133 of2012civil appeal no.4134 of2012civil appeal no.4135 of2012judgment h.l. gokhale j.all these civil appeals raise the questions with respect to the validity of section 43 of bombay tenancy and agricultural lands act, 1948 as applicable to the state of gujarat, now known in the state of gujarat as gujarat tenancy and agricultural lands act, 1948 ( tenancy act for short). this section places certain restrictions on the transfer of land purchased or sold under the said act. these appeals raise the questions also with respect to the validity of resolution dated 4.7.2008 passed by the government of gujarat to give effect to this section, and which resolution fixes the rates of premium to be paid to the state government for converting, transferring, and for changing the use of land from agricultural to non-agricultural purposes. thirdly, these appeals seek to challenge the minimum valuation of land as per the rates contained in the list called as jantri prevalent since 20.12.2006.2. the tenancy act was passed way-back in the year 1948, as a beneficial .....

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Sep 16 2014 (SC)

Srihari (Dead) Through Lr. Smt. Ch. Niveditha Reddy Vs. Syed Maqdoom S ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-16-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal nos.2352-2354 of2008srihari (dead) through lr. smt. ch.niveditha reddy . appellant versus syed maqdoom shah & ors. respondents judgment prafulla c.pant,j.1. all these three appeals are directed against the common judgment and order dated 21.4.2005 passed by the high court of andhra pradesh in a.s.m.p. no.11880 of 2004, a.s.m.p. no.1098 of 2005 and a.s.m.p. no.1099 of 2005 (moved in a.s. no.734 of 1991) whereby the high court exercising powers under section 152 of the code of civil procedure,1908 (hereinafter referred as the code ), has allowed the applications, and directed that the preliminary decree passed in a.s. no.734 of 1991, be amended allotting and dividing half share of syed makdoom shah (defendant no.11) and syed hussain shah in the suit schedule property in addition to 1/4th share of legal heirs of plaintiff khadar nawaz khan (since dead) and 1/4th share of the legal heirs of defendant feroz khan (died on 22.1.1978).2. brief facts of the case are that one qamaruddin ali khan was original owner and pattadar of agricultural land bearing s.nos. 41 to 43 situated in village kokapet. the land was purchased by khadar hussain khan through a registered sale deed, who died in the year 1942. khadar hussain khan died issueless as an unmarried person, leaving behind his real sister shahzadi bee and two step brothers namely feroz khan and khadar nawaz khan (plaintiff). khadar hussain khan .....

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Oct 10 2014 (SC)

A.Tajudeen Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-10-2014

reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.5773 of2009a. tajudeen . appellant versus union of india . respondent judgment jagdish singh khehar, j.1. through memorandum dated 12.3.1990 it was alleged, that the appellant herein a. tajudeen, without any general or special exemption from the reserve bank of india, had received an amount of rs.8,24,900/- in two installments, at the behest of abdul hameed, a person resident in singapore. the first installment was allegedly received on 23.10.1989 which comprised of rs.4,00,000/-. the remaining amount was allegedly received in the second installment on 25.10.1989. as per the memorandum the aforesaid amounts had been received from a local person, who was not an authorised dealer in foreign exchange.2. based on the factual position noticed hereinabove, the allegation against the appellant was, that he had violated section 9(1)(b) of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1973 (hereinafter referred to as, the 1973 act). section 9(1)(b) aforementioned, is being extracted hereunder:- 9. restrictions on payments (1) save as may be provided in, and in accordance with any general or special exemption from the provisions of this sub-section which may be granted conditionally or unconditionally by the reserve bank, no person in, or resident in, india shall (a) xxx xxx xxx (b) receive, otherwise than through an authorized dealer, any payment by order or on behalf of any person resident outside india; .....

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