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Aug 22 2012 (SC)

Devinder Singh Narula Vs. Meenakshi Nangia

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-22-2012

Reported in : (2012)8SCC580; JT2012(7)SC519; 2012(7)SCALE473; AIR2012SC2890; 2012AIRSCW4739

..... presently working overseas in canada. it is with such object in mind that during the pendency of the proceedings under section 12 of the act the parties agreed to mediation and during mediation the parties agreed to dissolve their marriage by filing a petition under section 13-b of the above act for grant of divorce by mutual consent. in the proceedings ..... .2011 indicating that they had settled the matter through the mediation centre and that they would be filing a petition for divorce by mutual consent on or before 15.4.2012. on the strength of the said petition, the hma proceedings ..... . it is pursuant to such agreement during the mediation proceedings that an application was filed by the parties in the aforesaid pending hma on 15.12 ..... before the mediator, the parties agreed to move appropriate petitions under section 13-b(1) and 13-b(2) of the act. a report was submitted by the mediator of the mediation centre of the tis hazari courts to the court in the pending hma no.239 of 2011 .....

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Aug 29 2012 (SC)

Mohammed Ajmal Mohammad Amir Kasab Alias Abu Mujahid and Others Vs. St ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-29-2012

Reported in : (2012)9SCC1; JT2012(8)SC4; 2012(4)KCCR271(SN); 2012AIRSCW4942; AIR2012SC3565; 2012(7)SCALE553

..... , imran babar also engaged in dialogues with india tv, a popular news channel in the country, and with one levi from the us who apparently intervened as a self-styled mediator to try and save the lives of the jewish hostages.289. the two terrorists holed up in nariman house, imran babar @ abu aqsa and nasir @ abu umar, were finally killed .....

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Sep 20 2012 (SC)

State of Rajasthan and ors Vs. Aanjaney Organic Herbal Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-20-2012

k.s. radhakrishnan, j.1. leave granted.2. we are, in this case, called upon to decide the question as to whether the transfer of land from a member of scheduled caste to a juristic person, other than scheduled caste, is void, in view of the provisions of section 42(b) of the rajasthan tenancy act, 1955 (for short the act).3. the high court of rajasthan has answered the above question in several cases holding that such a transfer would not be hit by the above mentioned provision, since the expression person would not take in a juristic person and that juristic person does not have a caste and, therefore, any transfer made by a scheduled caste person would not be hit by section 42(b) of the act.4. in the impugned judgment, reliance has been placed on an earlier judgment of the high court of rajasthan in state of rajasthan v. indian oil corporation 2004 (5) wlc (raj.) 703, which held as follows: 6. it goes without saying that though the indian oil corporation is a juristic person but it does not have a caste. thus the sale in favour of indian oil corporation by a member of scheduled caste is not covered by the provisions of section 42 of the rajasthan tenancy act. thus taking into totality of the facts and circumstances, we feel that it is not a fit case where the delay of 480 days should be condoned. the special leave is rejected.5. the judgment in ioc (supra) was challenged before this court by the state of rajasthan in c.c. no. 19386 of 2010 with an application for .....

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Sep 27 2012 (SC)

Abdul Rehman and anr. Vs. Mohd. Ruldu and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-27-2012

p. sathasivam, j.1. leave granted.2. this appeal is filed against the judgment and order dated 13.11.2007 passed by the high court of punjab & haryana at chandigarh in civil revision no. 4486 of 2007 whereby the high court dismissed the revision filed by the appellants herein and confirmed the order dated 06.06.2007 passed by the civil judge (jr. division) malerkotla in an application filed by the appellants herein for amendment of the plaint.3. brief facts:a. originally one jhandu, resident of village haider nagar, was the owner and in possession of land admeasuring 53 bighas 11 bis was at village haider nagar, tehsil malerkotla and 33 big has 15 biswas situated at village binjoli kalan, tehsil malerkotla. jhandu died leaving behind khuda bux as his son and aishan and kaki as his daughters. the mutation of inheritance was sanctioned in favour of khuda bux alone being his son.b. feeling aggrieved by the aforesaid mutation, kaki and aishan(daughters of jhandu) filed suit no. 280/162 against khuda bux claiming 9/36 share each in the said lands before the subordinate judge, ist class, sangrur, camp at malerkotla. by order dated 20.12.1971, the sub-judge dismissed the said suit.c. challenging the said judgment, kaki and aishan filed an appeal being civil appeal no. 21 of 1972 before the district judge, sangrur. vide order dated 04.07.1972 passed by the district judge, the said appeal was dismissed as withdrawn in terms of the compromise arrived at between the parties. according .....

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Oct 04 2012 (SC)

Winston Tan and anr. Vs. Union of India and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-04-2012

r.m. lodha, j.1. leave granted.2. the forfeiture of flat no. 4, kamala mansion, ground floor, promenade place, no. 45/2, promenade road, bangalore 560 042 under section 7 of the smugglers and foreign exchange manipulators (forfeiture of property) act, 1976, to be referred as safema, is the subject matter in this appeal. col. k. m. somana (retd.) was the original owner of that flat. on 20.3.1997, he sold the flat to mohd. ismail shabandari and his wife fathima kauser ismail by a sale deed which was registered in the office of the sub-registrar, bangalore.3. mohd. ismail shabandari was detained under conservation of foreign exchange and prevention of smuggling activities act, 1974 (for short, cofeposa) on 2.5.2003. the detention order came to be passed at the instance of the enforcement directorate, bangalore; his premises were searched on 31.7.2002. in that search indian currency of rs. 13,50,000/- along with incriminating materials showing illegal transfer of money from abroad was seized. the documents seized from the residence of mohd. ismail shabandari on 31.7.2002 by the enforcement directorate also indicated that he had received rs. 92,09,480/- from different persons as instructed by one hussain sherrif of dubai and he had made payments in india to various persons to the tune of rs. 78,59,480/- leaving a balance of rs. 13,50,000/- which was seized at the time of search. it was in this backdrop that the order dated 2.5.2003 for detention of mohd. ismail shabandari .....

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Oct 05 2012 (SC)

Gaytri Bajaj. Vs. Jiten BhallA.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-05-2012

..... his counsel by letter dated 13.01.2012.11. though the above facts stated in the aforesaid i.a. are not mentioned in the report of the mediator submitted to this court, what is stated in the aforesaid report dated 14.01.2012 is that on 14.01.2012 the respondent and the children were ..... the court made the following interim arrangement:"(i) the respondent-husband is directed to bring both daughters, namely, kirti bhalla and ridhi bhalla to the supreme court mediation center at 10 a.m. on saturday of every fortnight and hand over both of them to the petitioner-wife. the mother is free to interact with them ..... at about 12.00 p.m., the respondent took both the children home. thereafter, both the children have declined to visit the mediation centre any further. before the next date for appearance in the mediation centre, i.e., 14.01.2012 the said fact was informed to the learned counsel for the appellant by the respondent through ..... present and that a letter dated 13.01.2012 from the counsel for the respondent had been placed before the mediator wherein it has been stated that though the children had earlier attended the mediation centre they are now refusing to come to the centre and all efforts in this regard made by their father ..... all efforts, did not succeed in persuading the children. at about 1.30 p.m. the respondent, who had left the children in the mediation centre, received a call that he should come and take the children back with him. in the aforesaid i.a. it has been further stated .....

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Oct 17 2012 (SC)

Geeta Mehrotra and anr. Vs. State of U.P. and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-17-2012

..... -parte decree of divorce, is pursuing the present case through her father with the sole purpose to unnecessarily harass the appellants to extract money from them as all efforts of mediation had failed.11. however, the grounds of challenge before this court to the order of the high court, inter alia is that the high court had failed to appreciate that .....

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Feb 07 2012 (SC)

V.D.Bhanot Vs. Savita Bhanot

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-07-2012

..... had been resolved and the parties had decided to file an application for withdrawal of the special leave petition. the matter was, thereafter, referred to the supreme court mediation centre and during the mediation, a mutual settlement signed by both the parties was prepared so that the same could be filed in the court for appropriate orders to be passed thereupon. however .....

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Feb 07 2012 (SC)

Absar Alam at Afsar Alam Vs. State of Bihar.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-07-2012

a. k. patnaik, j. 1. this is an appeal by way of special leave under article 136 of the constitution of india against the judgment and order dated 16.07.2009 of the patna high court in death reference no. 7 of 2008 with criminal appeal (db) no.169 of 2008. on 18.01.2010, this court issued notice in the special leave petition confined to the question of sentence only and on 02.08.2010 after hearing learned counsel for the parties, granted leave. hence, the only question that we have to decide in this appeal is whether the high court was right in confirming the death sentence of the appellant imposed by the trial court. 2. for deciding this question, the relevant facts as have been found by the trial court are that in the midnight of 14/15.02.2007, the appellant killed his mother by cutting her neck and severing her head and thereafter fled from the house with the head of his mother leaving behind her body. the trial court, after convicting the appellant under sections 302 and 201 of the indian penal code (for short `ipc'), held that the appellant committed the murder of his mother in an extremely brutal, grotesque, diabolical and revolting manner and hence it is one of those rarest of the rare cases calling for a death sentence on the appellant. the high court, while upholding the conviction, confirmed the death sentence relying on the decision of this court in machhi singh and others v. state of punjab [(1983) 3 scc 470]. in the aforesaid case of machhi singh, this court has .....

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Feb 27 2012 (SC)

Lalita Kumari Vs. Govt.of U.P.and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-27-2012

dalveer bhandari, j.1. we propose to deal with the above mentioned writ petition, the criminal appeals and the contempt petition by this judgment. the question of law involved in these cases is identical, therefore, all these cases are being dealt with by a common judgment. in order to avoid repetition, only the facts of the writ petition of lalita kumari's case are recapitulated.2. the petition has been filed before this court under article 32 of the constitution of india in the nature of habeas corpus to produce lalita kumari, the minor daughter of bhola kamat.3. on 5.5.2008, lalita kumari, aged about six years, went out of her house at 9 p.m. when she did not return for half an hour and bhola kamat was not successful in tracing her, he filed a missing report at the police station loni, ghaziabad, u.p.4. on 11.5.2008, respondent no.5 met bhola kamat and informed him that his daughter has been kidnapped and kept under unlawful confinement by the respondent nos.6 to 13. the respondent-police did not take any action on his complaint. aggrieved by the inaction of the local police, bhola kamat made a representation on 3.6.2008 to the senior superintendent of police, ghaziabad. on the directions of the superintendent of police, ghaziabad, the police station loni, ghaziabad registered a first information report (f.i.r.) no.484 dated 6.6.2008 under sections 363/366/506/120b ipc against the private respondents.5. even after registration of the fir against the private respondents, .....

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