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Nov 03 1989 (HC)

M/S. Jhansi Concrete Products, Jhansi and Others Vs. State of U.P. and ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-03-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All53

..... line. as per allegations in the first information report the petitioners were guilty of theft of electricity making them liable to prosecution under ss. 39/40/44 of the electricity act.2. shri dharam pal singh, learned counsel for the petitioners contended that although a bare perusal of the first information report may disclose an'offence, yet if the other attending circumstances ..... . 226 of the constitution for quashing the investigation pursuant to the first information report giving rise to crime no. 245 of 1988 under ss. 30/40/44 of the electricity act, p.s. jhansi. as per allegations in the first information report, a flying squad of the electricity department on 22nd june, 1988, found the meter of the petitioners firm burnt ..... of rs. 450/- on account of burnt meter. annexure-5 to the writ petition is a letter dated 11-7-1988 from the s.d.o., electricity distribution sub division ii, jhansi to the executive engineer, electricity distribution division, jhansi, stating that on the deposit being made of rs. 450/- on 20th june, 1988, the electricity connection was made directly to ..... burnt anda request was made for direct connection to the factory till the replacement of the meter for which necessary charges as per rule were sought to be deposited. annexure-2 to the writ petition is a photostat copy of the receipt issued by the u.p. electricity board showing that the petitioners on 20th june, 1988 made a deposit of .....

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Oct 23 1989 (HC)

Bishambhar Nath Agarwal Vs. Kishan Chand and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-23-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All65

..... sale under the urban property ceiling (temporary restrictions on transfer) 36 of 1972 had been extended beyond up to 1975 and thereafter urban land ceiling and regulations act, 1976 was passed. it was urged that the appellant had not taken required permission even upto the last date of execution of reconveyance deed. it was argued ..... shall have right to perform its function in the imambara in suit as heretofore till such item as the said refah does not own its own imambara. (ii) if and when the defendant or his legal representatives shall like the aforesaid refah to stop its functions in the imambara in suit and to remove its ..... appreciate the rival contentions on the first point, we should draw ourattention to the decree and judgment passed in suit no. 293 of 1973, kishan chand and 2 others v. bishambhar nath agarwal. both of these are on record of the lower court. the prayer made in the above suit reads as under:'a. that ..... the contract as contained in compromise made in suit no. 293 of 1976 was sought. a declaration that after 31-10-75 the plaintiff and the defendants 2 to 6 are not liable to pay rent to the defendant no. 1 was also prayed for.4. the defendant no. 1 had contested the suit. ..... the cost of the appellant. it has also been declared that after 31st october, 1975, the plaintiffs and defendants 2 to 6 are not required to pay rent or interest to defendant no. 1.2. it is an admitted case between the parties that the house in dispute situated at agra belonged to the plaintiffs. .....

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Oct 24 1989 (HC)

Sri Siya Ram and Others Vs. Smt. Lilawati

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-24-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All75

..... of institution of the proceedings; provided that where the amount of the debt or damages has been repaid before theinstitution of the proceedings, interest shall not be allowed under this section for the period after such repayment.....'.in view of the above provision, the claim of the appellants for interest is wholly untenable. in my opinion, the impugned judgment does not ..... court unless it is agreed upon between the parties or it is provided under some statute. section 3 of the interest act, 1978 also does not support the claim of the appellants for interest in the facts and circumstances of this case . section 3 of the interest act, 1978 reads as below:'3. power of court to allow interest.--(1) in any proceedings for ..... and did not explain the contents of the deeds to the lady who is illiterate. relevant allegations challenging the sale-deeds have been made in para 16 of the plaint.2. the defendants-appellants contested the suit and justified the execution of the sale deeds by the lady and asserted that the sale deeds were valid documents and conferred valid title .....

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Feb 02 1989 (HC)

New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (Noida) Dist. Ghaziabad Vs. ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-02-1989

Reported in : AIR1991All68

..... determination of measurement of land, amount of compensation, the persons to whom it is payable or the apportionment of compensation amongst the persons interested.8. sub-sec. (2) of s. 50 of the land acquisition act provides :'in any proceeding held before a collector or court in such cases the local authority or company concerned may appear and adduce evidence for the purpose ..... the request for making a reference as was sought by the central ware housing corporation holding the same to be barred by the proviso to sub-s. (2) of s. 50 of the land acquisition act. thereupon, the corporation filed a writ petition under art. 226 of the constitution in the high court of madhya pradesh. the high court set aside the ..... new okhlalndustrial development authority (hereinafter referred to as the noida) has preferred this appeal u/s. 54 of the land acquisition. act impleading ram bal as respondent no. 1 and the state of u.p. as respondent no. 2, which has been described as pro forma respondent.6. a preliminary objection was raised by the learned counsel for the respondent that the ..... fraud, corruption or collusion the amount of compensation awarded by the collector u/s. 11 of the act may not be questioned in any proceeding by the government or by the company or local authority at whose instance the acquisition is made. s. 50(2) and s. 25 lead to that inevitable conclusion.'13. in that case, the collector gave the award .....

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Nov 17 1989 (HC)

Dr. Lavelina Chawla and Etc Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-17-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All179

..... class consists of those who obtained their admission through other competitive test in the mbbsclasses-and after being transferred from some other university or from other state for obtaining the degree of the mbbs course joins kgmc, lucknow. there exists intelligible differentia between those two classes in as much as; both these classes of persons are not similarly situated. clause iv ..... ofmbbs is open to certain categories of personsincluding those who were students in the saiduniversity. thus they are given preferentialtreatment by reserving certain seats for them.in some of the medical colleges outside thestate admissions into the mbbs course are made after charging high capitation fees. post-graduate education in professional courses are of high academic standard and if any state ..... , contained in annexure 11 is thus intra vires and is not hit by arts. 14 and 16 of the constitution of india. hence the petitioner cannot be granted relief no. 2 claimed in the writ petition so far as it relates to striking down clause iv(kha) of the government order dated 22nd aug., 1989 contained in annexure no. 11.(6 ..... nature of mandamus be issued to the opposite parties commanding them to strike down clause iv (kha) of the government order dated 22-8-1989 contained in annexure no. 11.(2) clause iv(kha) of the impugned government order stipulates that only those students of mbbs would be eligible for 75% quota, who had got admission into mbbs through cpmt examination .....

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Mar 16 1989 (HC)

Ram NaraIn Yadav Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-16-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ973

..... ex. ka 6 at 9.15 p.m. the same day submitted by v. k. bajpai. a case under section 161, i.p.c. and section 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act was registered in the general diary of the police station against the sub inspector ram narain yadav. thereafter, necessary investigation followed ..... so far as the recovery of currency notes from the person of the appellant is concerned which is alleged to have been made inside the janta medical store itself in the presence of independent witnesses and the said independent witnesses have not come forward to lend support to the prosecution case. the ..... that no such recovery was made from the sub inspector by the police in his medical store. the non-production of dr. naseer ahmad siddiqui in support of the prosecution case has also weakened the edifice of the prosecution case to ..... the case. no plausible explanation has been given by the prosecution for their non-production in the court. likewise, dr. naseer ahmad siddiqui in whose medical store and in whose presence the alleged recovery of currency notes was made, had filed an application supported with an affidavit before the trial court averring ..... s. r. yadav caught hold of the collar of the appellant. as the rain had picked up by then, the appellant was taken inside janta medical store situated at about 8-10 steps away where v. k. bajpai took the search of the accused and he recovered the currency notes from the .....

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Jul 26 1989 (HC)

NaraIn Pasi and ors. Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-26-1989

Reported in : 1989CriLJ2552

..... articles. in our considered view, there is no conflict between cl (3) of article 20 and legitimate exercise of power under section 167(2), cr. p.c. or section 27 of the evidence act the correct approach, in our opinion, is that recommended by the division bench in the case of suresh (supra), namely, ..... kathikalu (supra) is that if so compulsion is used, a statement leading to the discovery of incriminating articles would be admissible under section 27 of the evidence act. in the same case it has also been held that the mere fact that the accused was at the time in the custody ..... of the supreme court in the case of the state of bombay v. kathikalu ogaih : 1961crilj856 in which their lordships have ruled that section 27 of the evidence act does not infringe article 20(3) if the self-incriminatory information is given by the accused without compulsion. the consistent view of the ..... of the police under section 167(2), cr. p.c. subject to the following safeguards:(i) the applicants shall be medically examined before being remanded to the police custody and immediately after their return from such custody to judicial custody.(ii) during their custody the police shall not adopt any third degree methods, whether physical ..... 9-1-1989. an f.i.r. was lodged in connection therewith and the applicants were named therein. in connection with a case under section 60 excise act the applicants were arrested on 17-1-1989 and lodged in the district jail, ghazipur. in pursuance of a 'b' warrant issued by the .....

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Jul 19 1989 (HC)

Smt. Madhuri Misra and Others Vs. Smt. Shanti Devi and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-19-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All42

..... . in our democratic fibre it is expected that arbitrary approach is seldom required and the case is to proceed as per procedure laid down. the trial court seems to have acted as a sovereign.13. such an approach of the trial court which has unnecessarily procrastinated the proceedings of the case is disapproved. learned counsel for the opposite party sri r ..... 290 of 89 deserve to be allowed. the order passed by the court below is liable to be set aside in view of the fact that the trial court has acted in exercise of its jurisdiction with material irregularity which tentamounts in the mis-carriage of justice.15. in the result both the revision no. 276 of 89 and 290 of ..... smt. shanti devi (opp. party no. 1) in favour of janta upniveshan avas evam nirman sahkari samiti ltd. this suit was contested by the defendants opposite parties.3. on 25-2-1989 during the pendency of the suit an application was filed on behalf of the plaintiff for summoning the rules and bye-laws from u.p. sahkari avas sangh ltd ..... aggrieved against the order dated 30-3-89 passed by sri. a.k. kaushik, iv addl. civil judge, allahabad, dismissing their application (130-c) in suit no. 342 of 1983.2. briefly stated the facts are that the applicants filed suit no. 342 of 83, titling madhuri mishra and others v. smt. shanti devi and others, for a permanent injunction restraining .....

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Apr 19 1989 (HC)

M/S. Kisan Udyog and Another Vs. United Bank of India and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-19-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All8

..... dated 11-3-1987 by which the application filed on behalf of the defendants to frame certain other issues had been rejected by the learned v addl. civil judge, ghaziabad.2. heard counsel for the parties.3. learned counsel for the applicant, sri s.s. tyagi, has very strenuously urged that the application seeking framing of five issues has been illegally .....

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May 16 1989 (HC)

Rakesh Singhal and Another Vs. Vth Addl. Distt. and Sessions Judge, Bu ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-16-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All12

..... way sufficient for granting such an injunction. if the plaintiff had filed the sale deed, then probably, the court would not have passed that order. the petitioner has definitely mislead the court in obtaining the said order. the learned civil judge, should have been more careful in dealing with such matters.11. in my opinion, the ..... wall, he made an application for withdrawal of the suit as the purpose of the suit has been achieved by the injunction order. this application was definitely not a bona fide one. the learned civil judge rejected this application. but on revision, the court allowed the same conditionally on 4 ..... jurisdiction of the court to pass an order of restitution independently of that provision with a view to secure complete justice between the parties.18. section 144, c.p.c. deals with the powers of the court for making of an order of restitution in particular class of cases. the ..... . the present petition is directed against an order dated 17-8-1987 passed by the vth additional district judge, buland-shar dismissing the petitioner's revision.2. the petitioners filed a suit no. 40 of 1985 for injunction restraining the defendants from interfering with the construction of the wall.3. the suit was ..... -2-1987. that order is not the subject-matter of controversy in the present writ ' petition. so, this court is not called upon to adjudicate about .....

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