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Jan 25 1955 (SC)

Girja Datt Singh Vs. Gangotri Datt Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-25-1955

Reported in : AIR1955SC346

bhagwati, j.1. these two appeals by special leave arise out of two separate proceedings, one under the u. p. encumbered estates act, e. e. act case no. 11 of 1936 and the other a title suit, being regular suit no. 71 of 1938 in the court of the civil judge, gonda in relation to a 10 annas share in the property left by one bhaiya baleshwar datt singh hereinafter referred to as the deceased.2. the deceased died on 15-5-1933 leaving him surviving bhaiya girja datt singh, hereinafter referred to as girja, the original appellant, as his nearest collateral and heir. bhaiya gangotri datt singh, hereinafter referred to as gangotri, was a remoter heir but claimed to succeed to the estate of the deceased under the terms of a will alleged to have been made and published by the deceased on 17-3-1928. girja filed 29 applications for mutation of his name in place of that of the deceased in the revenue courts in respect of the properties left by the deceased. gangotri contested these applications on the basis of the said alleged will. all these cases were consolidated and the case with respect to the village nagwa was treated as the main case.on 14-11-1933 three applications were made to the revenue court for reference to arbitration of the disputes between girja and gangotri:(1) application ex. 58 by gangotri under section 203, u. p. land revenue act(2) application ex. 57 by girja under section 203 of the u. p. land revenue act and(3) joint application ex. 59 by girja and gangotri, stating .....

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Jan 25 1955 (SC)

Nanak Chand Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-25-1955

Reported in : AIR1955SC274; 1955CriLJ721; [1955]1SCR1201

imam, j. 1. this appeal by nanak chand comes by special leave against the judgment of the punjab (1) high court. the appellant was convicted by the high court under section 302 of the indian penal code and the sentence of death passed on him by the additional sessions judge of jullundur was confirmed. 2. on the facts alleged by the prosecution there can be no doubt that sadhu ram was killed on the 5th of november, 1953, at about 6-45 p.m. at the shop of vas dev p.w. 2. it is alleged that the appellant along with others assaulted sadhu ram. the appellant was armed with a takwa. numerous injuries were found on the person of sadhu ram. according to the doctor, who held the post-mortem examination, injuries 1, 3 and 4 were due to a heavy sharp edged weapon and could be caused by a takwa. it was denied by the prosecution that the deceased was assaulted by any other person with a takwa. according to the medical evidence, injuries 1, 3 and individually, as well as collectively, were enough to cause death in the ordinary course of nature. 3. in the court of sessions the appellant along with others was charged under section 148 and section 302, read with section 149 of the indian penal code. the additional sessions judge, however, held that the charge of rioting was not proved. he accordingly found the appellant and three others guilty under section 302, read with section 34 of the indian penal code. he acquitted the other three accused. there was an appeal by three convicted persons .....

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