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Apr 01 1987 (HC)

Makhan Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-01-1987

Reported in : 1987(2)WLN100

..... not conducted number of cases or number of sessions trials is not libellous by itself but to say that she cannot cross examine or she acts as an agent or mediator between the judge and the clients for illegal gratification, these allegations are definitely libellous. if such statements are made against an advocate by any person even if in a transfer ..... a practising advocate that she cannot cross-examine the witnesses which is per se defamatory. the allegation made against the advocate that it is alleged that she works as a mediator or agent between the clients and the judge to secure a judgment or an order in favour of a particular party on account of illegal gratification is also libellous. the ..... -examine the witnesses properly and so, actually, the sessions judge has acted as a defence counsel. it was further alleged in that application that smt. manju pande acts as a mediator of shri r.s. verma for settlement of illegal deals about the decision of cases. this allegation has been made on account of certain complaints made against shri k.s .....

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Sep 18 1987 (HC)

Genia and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-18-1987

Reported in : 1987WLN(UC)576

milap chandra, j.1. this is an appeal against the judgment of the learned sessions judge, jalore dated 18-7-78 by which he convicted the accused appellants as under: name of the convictions. no. appellant under section sentences of the ipc 1 2 3 4(1) narayan 147 ri for 1-1/2 years; 148 ri for 2 years; 342 ri for 6 months; 454 ri for 3 years and fine of rs.500/- in default further ri for 3 months; 495 ri for 4 years and fine of rs. 2000/- in default further ri for 6 months;(2) hema ) 147 ri for 1-1/2 years;(3) verma)(4) geoa ) 342 ri for 6 months; 454 ri for 3 years and fine of rs. 500/- in default further ri for 3 months; 395 ri for 4 years and fine of rs. 2000/-, in default further ri for 6 months;(5) harda 147 ri for 1-1/2 years; 1 2 3 4(6) bagta 454 ri for 3 years and fine of rs. 5000/- in default further ri for 3 months; 395 ri for 4 years and fine of rs. 2000/- in default further ri for 6 months;(7) lakha) 147 ri for 1-1/2 years.(8) kesa ) ' ' '(9) sawa ) ' ' '(10) kalia) ' ' '2. the prosecution case may be briefly summarised thus. at about 10 a.m. on 7-10-1975, the accused-appellants along with 30 other persons formed an unlawful assembly with the common object of committing dacoity in field, bearing khasra no. 591 situated in village hema gudha (sanchore). in pursuance thereof, they came armed with gun, kulharis, lathis and dharias in three tractors. they tied the hands of harchand pw 12 and meera pw 11, broke open the iron box and took away 'bajri sattis' and also .....

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Jul 30 1987 (HC)

Smt. Mohan Kanwar Ranawat and ors. Vs. Board of Revenue and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-30-1987

Reported in : 1(1988)WLN(Rev)104

milap chandra, j.1. this writ petition has been filed challenging the judgment of the respondents no. 1 to 3 dated 31-12-1971 (annexure 3), 7-3-1975 (annexure 4) and 6-10-1976 (annexure 5) respectively by which the transfers of the agricultural land made by the petitioner no. 1 in favour of the petitioners no. 3, 4 and 5 were not recognised under section 30dd, rajasthan tenancy act (here in after to be called as 'the act') and the separate share of late mohan kanwar jagtawatji, mother of the petitioner no. 2, was also not recognised while calculating the extent of ceiling area under section 30-c of the act. the facts of the case giving rise to this writ petition may be summarised thus.2. raisingh, husband of the petitioner no. 1, had khatedari land measuring 1347 bighas 9 biswas, more specifically described in schedule 'a' of the writ petition. he died on 13-2-1958. in november 1971, proceedings under section 30-c of the act and rules 9 and 10, rajasthan tenancy (fixation of ceiling on land) (government) rules, 1963 (here in after to be called as 'the rules') for the determination of the ceiling area were taken against the petitioner no. 1 by the respondent no. 3. the petitioner no. 1 filed objections stating that several bighas of land had been transferred to various purchasers and the co-widow of late raisingh, mohan kanwar jagtawat, had also equal share in the land left by the deseased. the transfers made in favour of the petitioners nos. 3 to 5 and separate share of mst. .....

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Jul 30 1987 (HC)

Smt. Mohan Kanwar Ranawat Vs. Board of Revenue

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-30-1987

Reported in : 2(1989)WLN(Rev)412

milap chandra, j.1. this writ petition has been filed challenging the judgment of the respondents nos. 1 to 3 dated 31-12-1971, (annexure-3), (annexure 4) and 6-10-1976 (annexure-5) respectively by which the transfers of the agricultural land made by the petitioner no. 1 in favour of the petitioner nos. 2, 3, 4 & 5 were not recognised under section 30-dd, rajasthan tenancy act (here in after to be called as 'the act') and the separate share of late mohan kanwar jagtawatji, mother of the petitioner no. was also not recognised while calculating the extent of ceiling area under section 30-c of the act. the facts of the case giving rise to this writ petition may be summarised thus.2. baisingh, husband of the petitioner no. 1, had khatedari land measuring 1347 bighas, 9 biswas, more specifically described in schedule 'a' of (be writ petition. he died on 13-2-1958. in november 1971, proceedings under section 30-c of the act and rules 9 and 10, rajasthan tenancy (fixation of ceiling on land) (government) rules, 1963 (here in after to be called as 'the rules'; for the determination of the ceiling area were taken against the petitioner no. 1 by the respondent no. 3. the petitioner no. 1 filed objections stating that several bighas of land bad been transferred to various purchasers and the co-widow of late raisingh, mohan kanwar jagtawat, had also equal share in the land left by the deceased. the transfers made in favour of the petitioners nos. 3 to 5 and separate share of mst. mohan .....

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Feb 25 1987 (HC)

Amiya and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-25-1987

Reported in : 1987(2)WLN42

shyam sunder byas, j.1. amiya and mst. madi the appellants, were convicted under sections 302 and 201, ipc and each was sentenced to imprisonment for life on the first count and three years' rigorous imprisonment with a fine of rs. 100/-, in default of payment of fine to further undergo four month' rigorous imprisonment on the second count by the learned additional sessions judge (1), jodhpur by his judgment dated november 8, 1976. they have come-up in appeal and challenged their conviction.2. briefly recounted, the facts and circumstances leading to the prosecution and conviction of the appellants may be summed-up as under: baldeo bhat had two wives smt. madi and smt. magni. he was residing with them in village gajsinghpura, he passed away two or three years before august, 1975. his widows continued to live together in the same house, but the mutation of his fields was entered separately in favour of each. smt. magni, aged about 35 years at the time of her murder, had no issue while smt. madi (the appellant) has two daughters. smt. sayri and smt. jetabai by name. smt. sayri is married to the appellant amiya while jetabai is married to one banshi. accused amiya has a son by name gopiya. smt. madi, aged about 70 years in 1975, wanted to adopt gopiya as the son. smt. magni, however, opposed this proposed adoption. smt. madi and amiya therefore, took smt. magni as a hurdle in the proposed adoption and hatched a plan to finish her for ever.3. on august 25, 1975, some persons of .....

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Dec 17 1987 (HC)

National Insurance Co. Ltd., Jaipur Vs. Smt. Tulsi Devi and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-17-1987

Reported in : AIR1988Raj191

inder sen israni, j.1. these two appeals arise out of the same award dt. aug. 24, 1985 passed by the motor accident claims tribunal, jaipur, therefore, they are decided by this one judgment.2. it will suffice for the purposes of these appeals to state that on may 29, 1978, the claimants-respondents 1 to 3 filed a claim petition for sum of rs. 9,10,000/- against the appellant and the respondents nos. 4 to 7, before the motor accident claims tribunal, jaipur. on dec. 27, 1977 at about 3.00 p.m. deceased uma shanker, deceased kumari meghna along with smt. tulsi devi one of the claimants, were going to ludhiana from jaipur via delhi in a ambassador car no. wmc 7749 of m/s. gold spot agencies. the car was driven by deceased girdhari lal. when the car reached near chandwaji village, a truck bearing no. hrr 8215 driven by madanlal, respondent 2 dashed against the car which resulted in death of the above 5 persons. the tribunal, after recording evidence and hearing all the parties, passed an award for the amount mentioned above and appellant and respondents nos. 3,4 and 5 to be liable for payment of compensation amount jointly and severally.3. the contention of shri b. p. gupta, learned counsel for the appellant national insurance company is that in the claim petitions, it was mentioned by the claimants that the accident took place on account of rash and negligent driving of the truck by driver madan lal. it is, therefore, submitted that no liability could be fixed on the appellant .....

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Dec 17 1987 (HC)

National Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Tulsi Devi and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-17-1987

Reported in : 2(1988)ACC173

inder sen israni, j.1. these two appeals arise out of the same award dated august 24, 1985 passed by the motor accident claims tribunal, jaipur, therefore, they are decided by this one judgment.2. it will suffice for the purposes of these appeals to state that on may 29, 1978, the claimants-respondents no. 1 to 3 filed a claim petition for sum of rs. 9,10,000/- against the appellant and the respondents no. 4 to 7, before the motor accident claims tribunal, jaipur. on december 27, 1977 at about 3-00 p.m. deceased uma shanker, deceased kumari meghna alongwith smt. tulsi devi one of the claimants, were going to ludhiana from jaipur via delhi in a ambassador car no. wmc 7749 of m/s gold spot agencies. the car was driven by deceased girdhari lal. when the car reached near chandwaji village, a truck bearing no. hrr 8215 driven by madanlal, respondent no. 2 dashed against the car, which resulted in death of the above 3 persons. the tribunal, after recording evidence and bearing all the parties, passed an award for the amount mentioned above and two appellant and respondents no. 3, 4 and 5 to be liable for payment of compensation amount jointly and severally.3. the contention of shri b.p. gupta, learned counsel for the appellant national insurance company is that in the claim petitions, it was mentioned by the claimants that the accident took place on account of rash and negligent driving of the truck by driver madan lal. it is, therefore, submitted that no liability could be fixed .....

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Dec 15 1987 (HC)

Surajbhan Vs. Sadul Textiles

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-15-1987

Reported in : AIR1988Raj164; 1988(1)WLN247; 1988(1)WLN663

m.c. jain, j.1. this is a plaintiffs appeal against the judgment and decree dated 13th dec. 1972 whereby the plaintiffs suit was dismissed with costs holding that the suit is barred by time as the period taken in litigation at delhi cannot be excluded under section 14 of the limitation act.2. i may state a few relevant facts necessary for the disposal of the present appeal.3. the plaintiff surajbhan instituted the suit against the defendants on 13th march,1958 in the court of senior sub-judge at delhi which was registered as no. 95 of 1958. the suit was for the recovery of damages amounting to rs. 11,880.10 annas. before the filing of that suit a suit for permanent injunction was filed in the court of sub-judge delhi but the same was allowed to be withdrawn by the order dated 27th dec. 1957 with the permission to bring a fresh suit on the same cause of action. according to the plaintiff the cause of action arose at delhi in july 1956 when the agreement took place subsequently on 1st june, 1957 and later on when the loss took place.4. it appears that the suit at delhi was resisted on the ground of want of jurisdiction. the objection of the defendant was upheld by the senior sub-judge delhi on 31st march,1959 and the plaint was ordered to be returned to the plaintiff for presentation to the proper court. appeal against that order was dismissed by the high court, delhi on 26th sept. 1969 and the letters patent appeal was dismissed on 9th dec. 1969 in limine. the plaintiff .....

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Dec 10 1987 (HC)

State of Rajasthan and anr. Vs. Shiv Dayal and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-10-1987

Reported in : 1988(1)WLN224

m.c. jain, j.1. this is an appeal against the judgment and decree dt. 27-10-1975 passed by the additional district judge, udaipur whereby the plaintiff-respondents suit was decreed as under:the plaintiff suit is hereby decreed to this extent that it is hereby declared that the entry made of the registration of the disputed temple to be the public trust by the assistant registrar, and the confirmation order of that entry made by the devasthan, commissioner in the decision of its appeal dated 20-9-1967 that the entry of registration of the disputed temple be made as public trust is premature and cannot bind the plaintiff unless the enquiry on all sub-clauses (i) to (viii) of clause (1) of section 18 is conducted by the assistant commissioner and finding on all the points is given by the said assistant commissioner under section 19 of the rajasthan public trust act.2. a few material facts may be noticed. the plaintiffs filed the suit under section 22 of the rajasthan public trust act, 1959 (for short the 'act') for declaration that the entry in respect of the temple in question made under section 21 of the act as public trust be declared invalid and the same be set-aside and the finding recorded regarding the temple in question to be the public trust be also set aside. the plaintiffs alleged that the temple of mahakaleshwar and the houses adjoining to this temple situated in ward no. 22 in mohalla ambamata were built by the ancestors of the plaintiffs. the property was not .....

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Dec 09 1987 (HC)

Madan Singh S/O Sumer Singh and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-09-1987

Reported in : 1988(1)WLN551

sharma, j.1. three bail applications are being deposed of by this order, namely, deena lal v. state of rajasthan s.b. cr. misc. bail application no. 3181/87, kalyan singh and ors. v. state of rajasthan s.b. cr. misc. bail application no. 3247/87 and madan singh v. state of rajasthan s.b. cr. misc. bail application no. 2878/87. all the aforesaid three bail application relate to fir no. 108/87 which was lodged in relation to one roop kanwar having committed sati along with her husband, deceased mal singh. the case of the prosecution is that smt. roop kanwar in fact did not commit sati but was burnt alive by sumer singh father of deceased mal singh and other persons who were present at the house of sumer singh and other accused petitioners were said to have actually aided in the burning of roop kanwar.2. smt. roop kanwar was married to mal singh only on january 17, 1987. mal singh all of sudden had been taken ill and said to have developed pain in the abdomen and he was admitted in the kalyan hospital, sikar on september 3, 1987 and died on september 4, 1987 in the morning at about 6.50. it is further the case of the prosecution that sumer singh, father of deceased mal singh and others took smt. roop kanwar in funeral procession while it is not the custom that ladies accompany the funeral procession. she was dressed and was having all 'shringar' and every body in the village knew when the funeral procession was passing through the market that roop kanwar is to be made a sati.3. .....

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