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Jun 23 2003 (FN)

American Ins. Assn. Vs. Garamendi

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-23-2003

..... eizenstat); see s. eizenstat, imperfect justice 208-212 (2003). from the beginning, the government's position, represented principally by under secretary of state (later deputy treasury secretary) stuart eizenstat, stressed mediated settlement "as an alternative to endless litigation" promising little relief to aging holocaust survivors. ser 953 (press conference by secretary of state albright). ensuing negotiations at the national level produced .....

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Jun 26 2003 (FN)

Georgia Vs. Ashcroft

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-26-2003

..... ., at 1540. the court then found that the 1995 plan was an unconstitutional racial gerrymander. see id., at 1543. under court direction, georgia and the department of justice reached a mediated agreement on the constitutionality of the 1995 senate plan. georgia passed a new plan in 1997, and the department of justice quickly precleared it. the redrawn map resembled to a .....

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Dec 10 2003 (FN)

McConnell Vs. Federal Election Comm'n

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-10-2003

..... . 58 , 65, n. 6 (1963) ( the constitutional guarantee of freedom of the press embraces the circulation of books as well as their publication ). division of labor requires a means of mediating exchange, and in a commercial society, that means is supplied by money. the publisher pays the author for the right to sell his book; it pays its staff who print .....

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Feb 05 2003 (SC)

M.T.W. Tenzing Namgyal and ors. Vs. Motilal Lakhotia and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-05-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC1448; JT2003(5)SC173; (2003)1MLJ195(SC); 2003(1)SCALE709; (2003)5SCC1; [2003]1SCR877

s.b. sinha, j.1. the appellants herein are successors in interest of late chogyal sir tashi namgyal of sikkim.2. a suit was filed by mewang tobyal wanghuck tenzing namgyal son of late chogyal palden thondup namgyal and others against the defendants-respondents herein praying for the following reliefs:(a) recovery of possession of the encroached portion of the land shown in the annexed plan if required, by demolishing the construction made thereon:(b) permanent injunction restraining the defendants from using the aforesaid 12 feet wide passage or making any construction whatsoever over the same;(c) pending disposal of the suit an order for restraining the defendants from construction of the flyover or blocking the passage and also restraining the defendants from carrying on with further work of construction on the encroached land shown in the attached plan;(d) cost of the suit;(e) any other relief or reliefs to which the plaintiff may be found entitled to under the law and equity.3. shortly stated, the said suit was filed on the following allegation:plot nos. 1013, 1014 and 1040 (part) situated at gangtok belonged to late chogyal sir tashi namgyal of sikkim were his personal properties forming part of his private estate which upon his death devolved or the original plaintiff and on his death upon the appellants. allegedly, one pucca building was constructed on plot no. 1014 situated at new market road, gangtok which was let out to the tenants. on the adjacent land to the same .....

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Feb 17 2003 (SC)

Ghapoo Yadav and ors. Vs. State of M.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-17-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC1620; 2003(1)ALD(Cri)495; 2003CriLJ1536; JT2003(3)SC474; 2003(2)MPHT408; RLW2003(3)SC411; 2003(2)SCALE250; (2003)3SCC528; [2003]2SCR69

..... persons were culprits.8. it was the stand of the learned counsel for the appellants that the injuries sustained by the deceased were in course of sudden quarrel without pre-mediation and without cruel intents and, therefore, section 302 ipc was not applicable. according to him, section 302 ipc cannot be applied even if the prosecution case is accepted in toto .....

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Feb 19 2003 (SC)

Chandramohan Ramchandra Patil and ors. Vs. Bapu Koyappa Patil (Dead) T ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-19-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC1754; 2003(2)ALLMR(SC)1126; 2003(1)CTC621; JT2003(2)SC226; (2003)2MLJ118(SC); 2003(2)SCALE352; (2003)3SCC552; [2003]2SCR203

the present appellants were defendants before the trial court in suit for partition instituted in the court of civil judge, jr. division, kagal, district kolhapur in the state of maharashtra. the suit filed by the deceased plaintiff [now represented by his legal representatives impleaded as respondents herein] for partition of the erstwhile watan or inam lands of his family was dismissed by the trial court. the first appellate court by judgment of reversal decreed the suit of the plaintiff and it has been confirmed by the high court in second appeal recognising the plaintiff's right of partition of the suit lands to the extent of 1/3 share. the preliminary decree has been framed for passing a final decree and grant of separate possession.learned counsel appearing for the defendants, assails the decree of partition granted to the plaintiff/respondent but does not dispute the legal position settled by the two judges bench decision of this court in the case of kalgonda babgonda patil vs. balgonda kalgonda patil etc. etc. [air 1989 sc 1042] and three judges bench decision of this court in the case of annasaheb bapusaheb patil vs. balwant [1995 (2) scc 543]. in the aforesaid two judges and three judges bench decisions of this court, it has been held that erstwhile inam or watan lands held by the senior most member of the family through lineal descendant on the rule of primogeniture, on abolition of inamdari or watandari under the provisions of bombay pargana and kulkarni watans .....

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Mar 12 2003 (SC)

Mysore Cements Ltd. Vs. Svedala Barmac Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-12-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC3493; 2003(1)ARBLR651(SC); 2003(4)AWC2727(SC); JT2003(5)SC103; (2003)3MLJ76(SC); 2003(3)SCALE201; (2003)10SCC375; [2003]2SCR1028; 2003(2)LC838(SC)

..... ) it is not incompatible with an arbitrated agreement for an arbitral tribunal to encourage settlement of the dispute and, with the agreement of the parties, the arbitral tribunal may use mediation, conciliation or other procedure at any time during the arbitral proceedings to encourage settlement.(2) if, during arbitral proceedings, the parties settle the dispute, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the .....

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Apr 03 2003 (SC)

Ahuja Industries Ltd. Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-03-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC3519; JT2003(3)SC566; 2003(3)SCALE623; (2003)5SCC365; [2003]3SCR351

bhan, j.1. the instant appeal seeks to assail the judgment and order dated 1st february, 2001 passed by the division bench of the karnataka high court in writ appeal no. 570 of 2001, (hereinafter referred to as 'the impugned order') upholding the order of the single judge in dismissing the writ petition filed by the appellant challenging the acquisition proceedings initiated under the karnataka industrial areas development act, 1966 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') including survey no. 6 (with which the appellant is concerned) measuring 1 acre 30 guntas. the appellant is aggrieved not only with the acquisition proceedings but also with the manner in which the acquisition proceedings have been commenced and proceeded with under the act. according to him the mandatory requirements for the declaration of the industrial area as well as issuance of a show cause notice to the appellant to file objections have not been complied with.2. before adverting to the points raised in this appeal it would be necessary to enumerate the basic facts, which are as under:3. on 10th february, 1993 appellant purchased land ad-measuring 1 acre 30 guntas bearing survey no. 6 by registered sale deed located at krishna sagar village, attibele hobli, anekal taluk, bangalore urban district from khujam and rahmath shariff. according to the appellant he was put in possession of the said land from the date of sale. however, his name was not shown in the revenue record as the land had not been mutated .....

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Apr 08 2003 (SC)

Shiv Bali and anr. Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-08-2003

Reported in : 2003CriLJ4637

u.s. tripathi, j.1. the above two appeals have been preferred against the judgment and order dated 5-11-1981 passed by iiird additional sessions judge, fatehpur in sessions trial no. 312 of 1980 convicting the appellants under section 302 read with section 34 ipc and sentencing them to undergo imprisonment for life.2. the prosecution story, briefly stated, was as under :--appellants shiv bali and bhola are real brothers and sons of baijnath. appellants ram mani and maheshwari are also real brothers and sons of ram gopal. baijnath, father of appellants shiv bali and bhola and ram gopal, father of appellants ram mani and maheshwari were real brothers. all the appellants and satya narain (p.w. 1) and his brother deo narain deceased were residents of village datauli, p.s. lilauli, district fatehpur. satyanarain (p.w.1) and deo narain deceased were residing at their dera in village burdawa to look after their cultivation.3. one shambhu was cousin brother of the appellants. shambhu had died leaving his widow smt. maharania, who was residing at village aunsar, district banda. smt. maharania had agricultural land in villages garhi and satkara. the appellants were cultivating the plots of smt. maharania. satyanarain (p.w.1) and his five brothers including deo narain deceased purchased agricultural land of smt. maharania prior to 4-5 months of the occurrence of this case. satya narain (p.w. 1) and others applied for mutation of their name over the plots of smt. maharania. sheo bali and .....

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Aug 26 2003 (SC)

Delhi Development Authority Vs. Mrs. Vijaya C. Gurshaney and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-26-2003

Reported in : AIR2003SC3669; (2003)4CompLJ377(SC); 106(2003)DLT181(SC); JT2003(8)SC278; (2003)3MLJ204(SC); 2003(6)SCALE685; (2003)7SCC301

sema, j. 1. these two appeals are being disposed of by a common judgment. civil appeal no. 34 of 1995 has been preferred against the judgment dated 10.5.1994 passed by the high court in 3696 of 1992 and civil appeal no. 5424 of 1999 is preferred against the order of the national consumer disputes redressal commission, new delhi, dated 1.4.1998 passed in revision petition no. 933 of 1997. since the facts of both the appeals are identical, we are taking the facts from civil appeal no. 34 of 1995. 2. shorn of unnecessary details, the facts leading to the filing of the present appeal arises under the following circumstances: -one ram dhan (since deceased) had purchased a plot no. d-3, community center, narayana, in the public auction held by the delhi development authority (hereinafter the 'dda') on 25.5.1969. the perpetual lease deed of the plot was executed between ram dhan and the president of india on 17.2.1972. on 18.9.1978, ram dhan died without any construction on the plot. the respondent herein - mrs. vijaya c. gurshaney, seems to have applied for grant of letters of administration to the district judge, delhi, on the strength of a will, said to have been executed by ram dhan on 26.10.1977 in her favour. it appears that the district judge granted letters of administration on 7.5.1980. thereafter, the respondent had applied to dda for substitution of her name in place of deceased ram dhan. dda issued show cause notice for non-construction on plot within the .....

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