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May 24 2012 (HC)

Harendra Yadav Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-24-2012

in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.2195 of 2012 ====================================================== harendra yadav .... .... petitioner/s versus the state of bihar .... .... opposite party/s ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice dinesh kumar singh oral order (per: honourable mr. justice dinesh kumar singh 24. 01-2012 petitioner is apprehending his arrest in a case registered for the offences under sections 419, 420 of the i.p.c. it is alleged against the petitioner that in his place at the madhyama examination, one kamlesh yadav was appearing. it is submitted by learned counsel for the petitioner that without his knowledge kamlesh yadav was appearing. considering the fact that petitioner is student and was not apprehended at the place of examination, let the petitioner namely harendra yadav, in the event of his arrest or surrender before the court below within a period of 12 weeks from today, be released on anticipatory bail on furnishing bail bond of rs. 10,000/-(ten thousand) with two sureties of the like amount each to the satisfaction of learned chief judicial magistrate, buxar in connection with buxar(t) p.s. case no. 184 of 2011. (dinesh kumar singh, j.) shageer/-

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May 24 2012 (HC)

Sharwan Kumar @ Arjun Paswan Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-24-2012

in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.3563 of 2012 ====================================================== sharwan kumar @ arjun paswan s/o mohan paswan r/o vill. sri nagar mathian chowk, p.s. dariyapur, distt. saran at chapra .... .... petitioner. versus the state of bihar .... .... opposite party. ====================================================== appearance : for the petitioner : mr. prakash srivastava, advocate for the opposite party : mr. p.k. chaurasia, app ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice aditya kumar trivedi oral order (per: honourable mr. justice aditya kumar trivedi) 02/ 24-01-2012 heard learned counsel for the petitioner as well as learned additional p.p. a.s.i. arya kumar while was on night patrolling directed to halt two persons whose activities were suspicious, and disobeying the same unsuccessfully tried to escape. on search, from the possession of raj kishore sah one loaded country made pistol was recovered while from the possessin of petitioner sharwan kumar @ arjun paswan, two live cartridges were recovered. contention on behalf of the petitioner is that police has falsely shown recovery of cartridges from the possession of petitioner only to justify their illegal activity by putting the patna high court cr.misc. no.3563 of 2012 (2) dt.24-01-2012 2/2 petitioner under illegal custody. presence of cartridges without any fire arm is of no consequence and further did not justify .....

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May 24 2012 (HC)

Munni Devi @ Deomuni Devi Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-24-2012

patna high court cr.misc. no.41212 of 2011 (3) dt.24-01-2012 in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.41212 of 2011 ====================================================== munni devi @ deomuni devi, wife of bachchu mahton, .... .... petitioner/s versus the state of bihar .... .... opposite party/s ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice akhilesh chandra oral order (per: honourable mr. justice akhilesh chandra 24. 01-2012 heard learned counsel for the petitioner and learned additional public prosecutor for the state. the petitioners apprehends her arrest in connection with akbarpur p.s. case no. 158/2011 for the offences under sections 304(b), 34 of the indian penal code, is one of the named accused in this case being mother-in-law of deceased daughter of the informant who died within five years of her marriage after suffering a lot. submission is that the victim died of diarrhea which facts find support during investigation. the husband is in custody. considering the facts and circumstances of the case, in the event of her arrest or surrender within a period of four weeks, let the above-named petitioner be enlarged on bail on furnishing bail bond of sum of rs. 10,000/- (ten thousand only) with two sureties of the like amount each to the satisfaction of chief judicial magistrate, nawada, in connection with akbarpur p.s. case no. 158/2011, subject to condition under section 438(2) of the code of criminal .....

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May 24 2012 (HC)

Chhebal Sahani and ors. Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-24-2012

patna high court cr.misc. no.20 of 2011 (2) dt.24-01-2012 in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.20 of 2011 ====================================================== 1. chhebal sahani, son of late anandan sahani 2. ram chandra sahani, son of late anandan sahani 3. madan sahani, son of chhebal sahani 4. naresh sahani, son of chhebal sahani 5. sundra devi, wife of naresh sahani 6. pramila devi, wife of ram chandra sahani 7. rampati devi, wife of chhebal sahani, all are resident of village- lachhua, surgahiya, p.s. bathnaha, district-sitamarhi .... .... petitioner/s versus the state of bihar .... .... opposite party ====================================================== appearance : for the petitioner/s : mr. hanslal kumar, advocate. for the opposite party/s : mr. uday chand prasad, a.p.p. ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice shivaji pandey oral order (per: honourable mr. justice shivaji pandey 24. 01-2012 heard learned counsel for the petitioners and learned counsel for the state. this application has been filed for quashing the order dated 17.12.2010 passed by the sub divisional judicial magistrate, sitamarhi in c1-1017 of 2008, tr. no. 1815 of 2010 by which the learned magistrate has taken cognizance against the petitioners under sections 304 (b) and 120/34 of the indian penal code. learned counsel for the petitioners submits that in this case a lady has been killed and dead body has been disposed of. .....

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May 24 2012 (FN)

Krishanthy Balasubramanium and Another Vs. Vellayar Krishnapillai and ...

Court : Sri Lanka Supreme Court

Decided on : May-24-2012

sripavan. j: the 1st plaintiff-appellant-petitioner represented by the 2nd plaintiff- appellant -petitioner(hereinafter referred to as the "appellants") as next friend instituted this action against the defendants-respondents- respondents (hereinafter referred to as the respondents) praying for a declaration of title to the land morefully described in the schedule "c " to the plaint, for ejectment of the respondents thereupon, damages and costs. the respondents in their answer sought a declaration against the appellants on the basis that the property which is the subject matter of this action is held by the appellants in trust and that the appellants be ordered to execute a conveyance in their favour on payment of a sum of rs. 4200/- (rs. 2100/- being the loan installment and rs. 2100/- being the interest) referred to in deed nos. 14542 and 15702. the learned trial judge dismissed the appellants action on 21.09.1993 with costs and made order that the respondents to pay a sum of rs. 4200/- within two months from the date of the judgment and if the sum is so paid, the appellants to reconvey the land which is the subject matter of this action to the respondents: in the event the appellants failed to execute the deed of re-conveyance, the registrar was authorized to execute the necessary conveyance thereof. the appeal preferred by the appellants against the order of the learned trial judge was dismissed by the court of appeal on 24th july 2007, thereby affirming the judgment of .....

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May 25 2012 (HC)

C.V. Abhilash Vs. Mahatma Gandhi University

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-25-2012

the petitioner who possess b.sc degree in botany and m.sc in botany awarded by the mahatma gandhi university applied for admission to the b.ed.degree course pursuant to ext.p3 admission notification to the principal, mahatma gandhi university college of teacher education, vaikom for the year 2011-12. by ext.p5 letter dated 25.7.2011, the principal of the institution informed the petitioner that his application has been rejected as the mark list produced by him did not show the minimum marks required for qualifying in the practical examination in part iii, held in march 2004. hence this writ petition seeking the following reliefs: (a) call for the records leading to ext.p5 letter and quash the same, by issuance of a writ of certiorari or any other appropriate writ, order or direction: (b) issue a writ of mandamus, or any other appropriate writ, order or direction, directing 2nd respondent, controller of examinations, to verify the accuracy of the ext.p4 mark list, practical-ii examination of part-iii core subject botany, model-ii, b.sc.(vocational), march 2004, with the marks supplied by the practical examiner as well as the registry, and issue fresh mark list to the petitioner forthwith showing at least 35 minimum marks instead of 34 marks. (c) declare that the petitioner is fully entitled to be eligible to apply against ext.p3 admission notification. (d) direct the 4th respondent to reserve one seat for b.ed. course(natural science) to the petitioner. (e) to grant such other .....

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May 25 2012 (HC)

Madan Mohan Sinha Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-25-2012

patna high court cr.misc. no.2870 of 2012 (2) dt.25-01-2012 in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.2870 of 2012 ====================================================== madan mohan sinha .... .... petitioner/s versus the state of bihar .... .... opposite party/s ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice akhilesh chandra oral order (per: honourable mr. justice akhilesh chandra 25. 01-2012 heard. this is an application seeking extension of time granted to avail the privilege to the petitioner vide order dated 28.09.2011 passed in cr. misc. no. 27597/2011 in connection with sri krishna puri p.s. case no. 148/2993, pending before smt. kumari vijaya, judicial magistrate, patna. submission is that under unavoidable circumstances within stipulated period the petitioner failed to avail the liberty. taking into consideration, time to avail the privilege is extended till 6th february 2012.. let a copy of this order be communicated to the court below through fax at the cost of the petitioner. (akhilesh chandra, j.) rajeev/-

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May 25 2012 (HC)

Madan Mohan Sharma and anr. Vs. the State of Bihar and anr.

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-25-2012

patna high court cr.misc. no.7 of 2011 (2) dt.25-01-2012 in the high court of judicature at patna criminal miscellaneous no.7 of 2011 ====================================================== madan mohan sharma and anr. .... .... petitioner/s versus the state of bihar & anr. .... .... opposite party/s ====================================================== appearance : for the petitioner/s : mr. girish chandra verma, advocate. for the opposite party/s : mr. anil kumar, a.p.p. ====================================================== coram: honourable mr. justice shivaji pandey oral order (per: honourable mr. justice shivaji pandey 25. 01-2012 heard learned counsel for the petitioner and learned counsel for the state. according to the complaint petition the petitioner and opposite party no.2 have entered into an agreement for sale and in pursuance thereof rs. 1,21,000/- was given to him. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that neither the sale deed was executed nor the money has been handed over to him. learned counsel for the petitioner has filed supplementary affidavit stating the fact that the petitioner has accepted the amount of rs.1,21,000/- which is apparent from annexures 1 and /2. issue notice to opposite party no.2 under ordinary process as well as registered post with a/d for which patna high court cr.misc. no.7 of 2011 (2) dt.25-01-2012 requisites etc. must be filed within a period of one week, failing which this application as against him shall stand rejected .....

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May 25 2012 (HC)

The State of Karnataka, Rep. by Its Chief Secretary, Government of Kar ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-25-2012

(prayer: this writ petition is filed under articles 226 and 227 of constitution of india praying to quash the impugned order dated 16.3.2012 passed by the central administrative tribunal, bangalore bench, bangalore in original application no.545/11 vide annexure-a and etc.)1. these two writ petitions are preferred challenging the order passed by the central administrative tribunal, bangalore bench, declaring the empanelment and selection of third respondent as void, invalid, arbitrary and illegal as a result of non-application of mind and due to deliberate suppression of materials facts and consequently quashing both the empanelment of the third respondent as a candidate eligible for consideration and annexure-a1-notification appointing him as dg and igp.2. the petition in w.p.8788/12 is preferred by the state government and w.p.9655/12 is preferred by the third respondent in the said writ petition challenging the said order. for the purpose of convenience, the parties are referred to as they are arrayed in the original application.factural matrix3. the applicant is an ips officer joined the indian police service, in the year 1977. he has a careers planning 34 years and he is now working as dgp commandant general home guards, director of civil defence and director of general fire and emergency services, bangalore. the third respondent joined the indian police service with effect from 16.7.1978. he has a career spanning 33 years and on the date of application he was working as .....

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May 25 2012 (HC)

Dr. M.N.C. Bose, Director of Students Services, University of Kerala V ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-25-2012

1. the petitioner, who was the director of students services of the university of kerala, was forced to retire at the age of 55 years on the ground that the post of director of students services is a non-teaching post. he filed this writ petition before attaining 55 years of age claiming that he is entitled to continue till the age of 60 years since the duties and functions of the post held by him answers the definition of 'teacher' in the kerala university act. but since this court did not grant any stay as such, the petitioner was forced to retire at the age of 55 years. but, this court directed that the retirement of the petitioner would be subject to the result of the writ petition. the writ petition is now coming up for final hearing. 2. the government of india appointed the kothari commission for recommending measures for enhancing the standards of university education in the country. the petitioner submits that the post of director of students services was one recommended by the kothari commission and the kothari commission also recommended the qualifications requisite for the post, which according to the petitioner, answers the definition of a teacher. the post of director of students services is included in the schedule to kerala first ordinances 1978. in the ordinances, it was included as a non-teaching post. the qualifications prescribed for the post was that applicable to a teaching post, namely masters degree with experience of teaching in a university or college .....

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