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Jul 01 2005 (HC)

B.N. Vijayakumar and ors. Vs. State of Karnataka by Dsp, Cod

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-01-2005

Reported in : I(2006)DMC365; ILR2005KAR4690; 2006(5)KarLJ16

s.r. bannurmath, j.1. aggrieved by the judgment of conviction and sentence dated 28th december 2001 passed by the learned sessions judge, mysore in s.c. no. 255/1996 holding the accused no. 1 and 2 guilty of the offences under sections 498-a, 304-b ipc and sections 3, 4 and 6 of the dowry prohibition act as well as holding the accused no. 3 only guilty of the offence under section 498-a ipc, the present two appeals are filed.2. criminal appeal no. 64/2002 is filed by the accused no. 1 and 2. criminal appeal no. 63/2005 is filed by the accused no. 3 separately. since the common judgment and evidence in common is required to be considered or appreciated in both these appeals and counsel for the accused being common, we have taken up both the appeals together for consideration and dispose of the same by this common judgment.3. this is yet another case of two young lives sacrificed and nipped at bud for the demonic culture of demand of dowry and resultant in cruelty and harassment in our society.4. the brief facts leading the present case are as follows:the deceased vanitha an young girl of 26 years, who was of marriageable age, was proposed for the alliance with accused no. 1 b.n. vijayakumar, son of accused no. 2 and 3, narayana gowda and laxmamma. as the bride's mother and other relatives were informed that accused no. 1 is a m b a graduate and he is going to get shortly a job in customs department, attracted by the same and for the welfare of the deceased vanitha, marriage .....

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Jul 13 2005 (HC)

Vibank Housing Finance Ltd. Vs. Nil

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-13-2005

Reported in : [2006]130CompCas705(Kar); ILR2006KAR255

orderram mohan reddy, j.1. the petitioner a company, for short the transferor company' incorporated on 20th october 1995 under the companies act, 1956 (for short 'act') having its registered office at no. 15-16, vayudooth chambers, 4th floor, trinity junction, m.g. road, bangalore-560001 has presented this petition seeking sanction of the scheme of amalgamation exhibit-'e'.2. the main objects of the transferor company is to carry on business of providing long term finance to any person or persons, firm, company, corporation, society, association of persons on such terms and conditions as the company may deem fit for the purpose of construction or purchase of house/flat in india for residential purpose, amongst other objects set out in the memorandum and articles of association exhibit-'b'.3. the authorised share capital of the transferor company is rs. 10 crores divided into 1 crore equity shares of rs. 10/- each while the issued, subscribed and paid up share capital is rs. 10 crores divided into 10 lakh equity shares of rs. 10/- each.4. the balance sheet made up to 31-03-2004 exhibit-' a' of the transferor company duly audited by its auditors discloses its assets and liabilities.5. the board of directors of the transferor company in its meeting approved and adopted the scheme of amalgamation exhibit-'e' whereunder the transferor company is proposed to be merged with m/s vijaya bank, for short the transferee company', a company constituted under the banking companies ( .....

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Jul 18 2005 (HC)

The Management of Hukkeri and ors. Vs. S.R. Vastrad and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-18-2005

Reported in : ILR2005KAR3882; 2006(2)KarLJ528

ordern. kumar, j.1. in all these writ petitions as common question of law is involved they are taken up for consideration together and disposed of by this common order.2. the petitioners in w.p. nos. 6717 of 1997 writ petition nos. 32623 of 1997; 3371 of 1998; 20189 of 1998; 22897 of 1998; 22898 of 1998; 22899 of 1998 ; 36040 of 1998; 22925 of 1999; 24945 of 1999; 37914 of 1999; 39020 of 1999; 45731 of 1999; 44802 of 1999; 13826 of 2000; 21040 of 2000; 28946 of 2000; 31466 of 2000; 33528 of 2000; 36407 of 2000 are all cooperative societies/banks registered under the karnataka cooperative societies act, 1959 and are governed by the provisions of the said act. the petitioners in w.p. nos. 18025 of 1997; 25812 of 1997; 18191 of 1998; 29650 of 1998; 30229 of 1998; 30562 of 1998; 2542 of 1999; 7112 of 1999; 13813 of 1999; 16780 of 1999; 22928 of 1999; 29657 of 1999; 32148 of 1999; 35275 of 1999; 36461 of 1999; 38729 of 1999; 113 of 2000; 6304 of 2000; 3997 of 2001; and 47510 of 2001 are all employees of a cooperative society/bank who are also governed by the provisions of the said act. they have challenged in all these writ petitions the awards passed by the labour court under section 10 of the industrial disputes act, 1947.3. the state legislature enacted the karnataka cooperative societies act, 1959 with an object to consolidate and amend the laws relating to co-operative societies in the state and it generally provides for the establishment of societies, their registration, .....

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Jul 26 2005 (HC)

V. Bhujanga Shetty Vs. the State of Karnataka, Rep. by Revenue Secreta ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-26-2005

Reported in : ILR2005KAR6059; 2006(5)KarLJ443

orderk. ramanna, j.1. this writ petition is filed by the petitioner against the order dated 28.8.1980 passed by the land tribunal, kundapura, in lrt- 11-160-tri-10929/80-81 granting occupancy rights in favour of respondent no. 3-shesha shetty.2. the brief facts leading to this case are that the petitioner herein said to be purchaser of the various items of lands bearing sy. no. 95 and 96/3 from the original owners manjamma, chikkamma and paddamma, who are the daughters of smt. y. nagamma shedthi in the year 1972. because of prohibition for registration of immovable properties, the said three persons registered three separate sale deeds on 06.9.1974. it is the further case of the petitioner that respondent no. 3-shesha shetty who is none other than the father-in-law of the petitioner filed form no. 7 on 21.12.1975 claiming occupancy rights of various items of the landed properties belonging to the petitioner and the petitioner's name has been shown in column no. 1 of form no. 7 at item no. 10 as bhujanga shetty. though respondent no. 3 filed form no. 7 including the name of the petitioner, the tribunal has not issued any notice as contemplated under rules 17 and 19 of the karnataka land reforms rules and without issuing notice either to the petitioner or to the general public passed the impugned order in favour of respondent no. 3, even though he was not at all cultivating the said land. the impugned order under challenge is not a speaking order, so also the finding recorded .....

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Jul 29 2005 (HC)

Gajanana Engineers Vs. the Principal Secy. to Government Energy Depart ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-29-2005

Reported in : ILR2005KAR3973

s.r. nayak, j.1. whether rejection of the tender of the appellant and acceptance of the tender of the contesting respondents 4 to 6 for awarding the contract of repairing the distribution transformers of the erstwhile karnataka electricity board, which is now succeeded by the bangalore electricity supply company (for short, bescom) is vitiated on account of any factor/circumstance, which would attract the wrath of the postulates of article 14 of the constitution of inda, viz., fairness, reasonableness and non-arbitrariness, is the question that arises for decision in this writ appeal.2. the case of the appellant-petitioner is as follows: the appellant is a small scale industrial unit established in the year 1982 and has been carrying on business of repairing of distribution transformers. the appellant has repaired more than 16,000 distribution transformers of 25 kva, 63 kva and 100 kva capacity and has installed them in various locations both in urban and rural bescom areas. the appellant has the required infrastructure and financial capacity and to repair and deliver satisfactorily 500 distribution transformers of various capacities per month. the appellant's work was found to be satisfactory by bescom and a certificate also had been issued by the superintending engineer, bangalore rural circle to that effect in favour of the appellant. during the year 1991, a contract was awarded by respondent no. 1 for a period of three years and that contract came to an end in october .....

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Aug 01 2005 (HC)

Associated Cement Companies Ltd. and anr. Vs. State of Karnataka and o ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-01-2005

Reported in : (2008)11VST528(Karn)

orderd.v. shylendra kumar, j.1. the first petitioner is a company registered under the provisions of the companies act, 1956 with its registered office at mumbai, but more importantly having its production units mainly cement producing plants in different locations in the state of karnataka, amongst them two plants at wadi in gulbarga district of this state.the petitioner is also a registered dealer under the provisions of the karnataka sales tax act, 1957 (for short, 'the act') as also the provisions of the central sales tax act, 1956. the writ petition is for seeking the relief in the context of certain concession or benefits extended in respect of the sales tax turnover of the petitioner's expanded unit at their plants in wadi, gulbarga district, in terms of the government notification no. fd 187 csl 2000(i), (ii) and iii dated june 5, 2000, a copy of which is produced at annexure k to the writ petition, and on the promise that the real benefit under this notification is to some extent denied to the petitioner by the condition imposed therein, which condition is one linking the concession or benefit to payment or non-payment of the amount which was the average tax liability of the petitioner's sales turnover in existing units at the place, computed on the average of the last three years tax liability of the existing unit or the actual tax liability, whichever is higher.2. the petitioner-company has approached this court for the relief on the premise that the authorities .....

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Aug 01 2005 (HC)

Millenia Realtors Private Limited Vs. Sjr Infrastructure (Private) Lim ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-01-2005

Reported in : 2005(6)KarLJ36

anand byrareddy, j.1. the facts of the case are, the appellant is said to be a reputed developer and builder. it is claimed that the appellant along with its group companies have specialized in the development of major information technology parks. the respondent, a private limited company, has obtained on lease plots bearing nos. 13, 14 and 15, epip, i phase, whitefield, bangalore measuring about 33,149 sq. m. (about 8 acres 19 guntas). the land was allotted to the respondent on 10-6-2002 by the karnataka industrial area development board ('kiadb', for short). physical possession has been delivered on 30-5-2003 and a lease agreement has been executed in favour of the respondent by the kiadb as on 17-11-2003.2. the respondent had made a proposal to the appellant as on 6-8-2003 to sub-lease the above land by the execution of an agreement of lease, within 15 days from kiadb executing the lease-cum-sale agreement in its favour. this proposal was accepted by the appellant.3. it is the case of the appellant that pursuant to the lease deed dated 17-11-2003 executed by kiadb in favour of the respondent, the appellant who had got the subject land surveyed and building plans prepared through its architects, had held meetings with the respondent, to finalize terms of the sub-lease, on 17-2-2004 and 18-2-2004, the appellant had got issued a public notice through several daily newspapers dated 18-3-2004 declaring the proposed intention of taking the land on sub-lease from the respondent .....

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Aug 01 2005 (HC)

Prafulladevi (Dead) by L.R. Vs. the Special Land Acquisition Officer, ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-01-2005

Reported in : 2005(5)KarLJ524

n.k. patil, j.1. the claimant-appellant, being aggrieved by the enhancement of market value and awarding of interest in judgment and award dated 25th august, 2003 in lac no. 891 of 1983 on the file of the civil judge (senior division), chikodi in respect of the lands in question, has presented the instant appeal.2. land bearing survey no. 333 measuring 8 acres 34 guntas situate at kabbur village, chikodi taluk has been notified and acquired by government vide its preliminary notification issued under section 4(1) of the land acquisition act, 1894 on 5th march, 1981 for the purpose of 'construction of the canal of hidkal dam project'. the land acquisition officer, after taking all relevant factors into consideration and other materials available on file, has fixed the market value of the land in question at the rate of rs. 30,277.17 ps. per acre. not being satisfied with the award passed by the land acquisition officer, the claimant-appellant herein filed the application for reference under section 18(1) of the land acquisition act, 1894 and requested the land acquisition officer to refer the same to the jurisdictional civil court for enhancement of compensation. the reference court, in turn, after thorough evaluation of oral and documentary evidence and other material available on file, has enhanced the compensation redetermining the market value of the land in question at the rate of rs. 38,500/ per acre. being aggrieved by the said enhancement made by the reference court, .....

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Aug 04 2005 (HC)

Shivaling and ors. Vs. the Land Tribunal and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-04-2005

orderk. ramanna, j.1. this writ petition is filed by the petitioners against the order dated 10/5/1977 passed by the land tribunal, hukeri in case no.tnc/sr.no. 3487 and in no.tnc/sr.no. 2785 dated 10/5/1977 as per annexure-a and b' in favour of one bhima dungappa sukanahalli and nagappa satyappa, granting occupancy rights in their favour in respect of land sy. no. 127/9 a measuring 1 acre 15 guntas and land bearing no.l27/9b measuring 2 acres respectively. both the lands are in ankale of hukeri taluk.2. the main grounds urged by the petitioner no. 1 andl.rs of petitioner no. 2 are that, they have filed form no. 1 for grant of occupancy rights in their favour on 26/6/1983 as per annexure-c in respect of the aforesaid lands as tenants when inam abolition act 1977 was in force. but the respondents-4 to 7 filed form no. 7 in the year 1974 claiming occupancy rights in respect of the land of shree swami jagadguru shankaracharya math as tenants. but the tribunal without verifying the records granted occupancy rights in favour of bhima dungappa sukanahalli and nagappa satyappa as per annexure-a and b. since the petitioners were in possession and enjoyment of the said lands, they have invested huge amounts to dig the bore well and have made it fit for cultivation. therefore, the petitioners could not be parties before the tribunal along with other applications filed by respondents-4 to 7. therefore, the tribunal ought to have clubbed the applications form no. 7 filed by other .....

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Aug 04 2005 (HC)

The Management of North-west Karnataka Road Transport Corporation, Bel ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-04-2005

Reported in : ILR2005KAR4984; 2005(5)KarLJ568

ordern. kumar, j.1. the respondent was a driver working at bailhongal depot of belgaum division, nwkrtc. on 14-2-1995 while on duty enroute belgaum-bailhongal he caused a fatal accident at about 13.30 hours near hirebagewadi. he was served with an articles of charge accusing him of rash and negligent driving which resulted in an accident in which three persons lost life and 20 passengers sustained injuries. the respondent gave a reply denying the charges. not being satisfied with the said reply an enquiry was initiated. petitioner examined witnesses in support of their case and also produced eight documents which were marked. respondent contended that the reply given by him to the charge-sheet has to be taken as his evidence. as there was an obligation cast upon the enquiry officer to put questions to the delinquent in the event of his not examining himself, he was questioned and his statement was recorded in which he stated the accident arose on account of breaking of front right side main leaf. the enquiry officer on appreciation of the entire material on record recorded a finding that the misconduct alleged against the respondent is established and accordingly he submitted a report to the disciplinary authority. the disciplinary authority accepting the said finding of the enquiry officer and on appreciating the entire material on record dismissed the respondent from service by his order dated 18-4-1996.2. aggrieved by the said order of dismissal the respondent filed an .....

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