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Mar 24 2009 (HC)

K.V.V. Vijaya Kumar S/O. Late K. Sanyasi Rao Vs. the State of A.P. Rep ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-24-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ3406

..... pecuniary advantage to the claimants. therefore, there is absolutely no material to show that a prima facie case for the offence under section 13(1)(d)(ii) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, is made out against a.20 and a.21.40. the other offence alleged against a.20 and a.21 is ..... exchequer. the offences alleged against these two accused are under sections 13(1)(d)(ii) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, and 471, 420 read with 120b i.p.c.39. as regards the offence under section 13(1)(d)(ii) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, there is no allegation that a.20 and a ..... is done by illegal means.c) if the agreement is not to commit an offence then some act besides the agreement is-(i) by one or more parties to such agreement.(ii) in pursuance of the agreement.20. section 109 i.p.c. deals with punishment for abetment. the necessary ingredients of the offence of ..... criminal petition no. 1408 of 2008, is concerned, the offences alleged against a. 13 are under sections 120b, 201, 466, 468, 471 & 420 r/w. 109 i.p.c. and 13(1)(d)(ii) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. a.13 was working as special deputy collector, land acquisition, karimnagar at the relevant ..... duty of police to conduct investigation, and the same cannot be curtailed.18. section 13(1)(d)(ii) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, reads thus:a public servant is said to commit the offence of criminal misconduct,...(d) if he,-(ii) by abusing his position as a public servant, obtains for himself or for .....

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Mar 25 2009 (HC)

Moola Vijaya Bhaskar Vs. Moola S.S. Ravi Prakash and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-25-2009

Reported in : AIR2009AP150; 2009(3)ALT663

..... shall pass such order as it deems just regarding cost of the suit.(3) ....(4) ....15. it is clear from a plain reading of sub-section (2) of section 11 that the questions arising on the plea of the defendants that the subject matter of the suit has not been properly valued or that the fee ..... court fees as a preliminary issue.12. there is yet another reason to declare the order under revision as erroneous.13. under section 11 (2) of a.p. court fees and suits valuation act, 1956, all questions arising on the plea of the defendant that the subject matter of the suit has not been properly valued ..... prakash and ors. 1989(3) alt 629 (d.b) a division bench of this court further held that the expression in section 11 (2) of the a.p. court fees and suits valuation act, 1956 all questions arising on such pleas shall be heard and decided before the hearing of the suit is only a directory ..... when it is reserved. in the present case by the date of filing of the application by the 2nd defendant under section 11 (2) of the a.p. court fees and suits valuation act, 1956 admittedly pw.1 on behalf of the plaintiffs was examined in chief and he was also cross examined to some ..... 2 (g) first hearing includes the hearing of the suit for settlement of the issues and any adjournment therefor.17. it is relevant to note that the expression first hearing has been employed in many provisions in the civil procedure code, 1908 such as order x rule 1, order xiv rule 5 & rule 6 and order xv.18. in view of the definition .....

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Mar 25 2009 (HC)

Bindu Vs. the State (Nct) of Delhi

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-25-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ4582

..... sunil kumar pw-7 a child of tender age to understand the question and give rational answers thereto. this satisfies the test laid down under section 118 of the evidence act. sunil pw-7 did understand the questions put to him by the court and gave rational answers. he has not been found to be ..... date of the arrest of the appellant as per their own conception. these small contradictions are not fatal to the prosecution case in any manner.35. pw-2 khusranjan fully supported the prosecution case except that he did not state that appellant was apprehend by the public persons and was beaten up by them. under ..... she has highlighted the cross examination of pw-3 runzhun wherein she stated that accused was arrested on the next day. similar is the statement of pw-2 khusranjan who also deposed that appellant was arrested on the next day i.e. on 27th july, 2005, though he denied having made any statement to the ..... time since death is about two and a half days.8. head-neck and neck-torse appears to be of the same individual however blood sample, teeth(2) and skin piece from either body parts preserved sealed and handed over to police for matching/grouping/needful.15. in his cross examination he stated that injuries ..... who were taking dinner together in the jhuggi of chanda also came out and went to see dead body of chanda at the railway track.13. pw-2 khusranjan had joined the investigation on 26th july, 2005. he with the help of police and others had taken out headless body of deceased chanda from .....

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Mar 25 2009 (HC)

Badarpur Power Engineers and Workers Union and ors. Vs. the General Ma ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-25-2009

Reported in : (2009)IIILLJ757Del

..... their services had been terminated and thus they could raise an industrial dispute in terms of section 2(k) of the id act which would be liable to be referred under section 10 of the id act to the industrial tribunal if the termination of the appellants was illegal and unjustified. it was held that the court while exercising writ jurisdiction under article 226 of ..... they were held to be covered under the definition of 'employee'.6. insofar as the aspect of deduction of provident fund is concerned it was noticed that respondent no. 3 had held proceedings under section 7a of the employees provident fund and miscellaneous provisions act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the epf act) against respondents 1 & 2 establishment and vide order dated 6.8.2004 ..... could be well utilized to protect the security of a tenure against arbitrary action of an employer and no reference was liable to be made for that purpose under section 10 of the id act.11. learned counsel for respondents 1 & 2, on the other hand, emphasized that the appellants have been held to be employees only within the meaning of the factories ..... their services were going to be terminated and on 16.2.1995 they were prevented from entering the premises. the appellants claimed that their termination is illegal and invalid, their retrenchment was in violation of the provisions of section 25-b of the industrial disputes act, 1947 (hereinafter referred to as the id act) and that they have put in continuous service ranging from .....

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Mar 26 2009 (HC)

Ramesh and ors. Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-26-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ3268

..... his hand-writing and signatures. in our considered view, the contents of the post-mortem report ex. p/24 are relevant as per provision under section 32 sub-section (2) of the indian evidence act which reads as under:section 32. 'cases in which statement of relevant fact by person who is dead or cannot be found, etc. is relevant.- statements, written or ..... evidence, therefore, they deserve acquittal, hence acquitted.13. resultantly, this appeal is allowed in part. conviction and sentences of all the appellants for the offence punishable under section 302 read with section 34 of the indian penal code are hereby set-aside. however, ..... the appellant no. 1 ramesh is convicted under section 304 (part ii) of the indian ..... section 302 read with section 34 of the indian penal code against appellant no. 2 barjor singh and no. 3 chhajju because there is no evidence available on record that they had any pre-meditation, pre-meeting of mind and pre-plan with the appellant no. 1 ramesh to commit culpable homicide not amounting to murder. their overt act is also not corroborated by medical .....

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Mar 26 2009 (HC)

M. Virupaksha Dattatreya Gowda S/o. B.R.D. Gowda presently working as ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-26-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT240

..... with appointment to the category of district judges mandates that such appointment shall be made in three different modes as provided under section 4(2)(i), (ii) & (iii). the aforesaid clause is, therefore, quite different from the wording of amendment to rule 5 of the ..... by 2007 rules. therefore, it was held mat n me law clerks who are not practicing advocates and holders of degree in law are eligible.25. as rightly contended by the learned counsel appearing for the petitioners, the government of india ..... , but this court in w.p. no. 9874 of 2008 held that as per 2007 rules, a holder of a degree in law is only required qualification for the appointment to the category of the civil judge and any selection process initiated for the ..... was also held that there was no question of amended rule 5 being prospective or retrospective as the commission had to act afresh on the amended rule.17. the issue can be examined in another angle also. it is well settled and the ..... 31-12-2006 is as follows:------------------------------------------------------------------permanent/temporary no. of courts vacancy positiondistrict and sessions judgecourts------------------------------------------------------------------permanent 88temporary 52 2------------------------------------------------------------------tolal 140 2------------------------------------------------------------------thereafter 8 district and sessions judge courts have fallen vacant due to retirement of the officers and 22 new district .....

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Mar 30 2009 (HC)

Ajeya Bharat Party, Rep. by Its National President Ambati Krishna Murt ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-30-2009

Reported in : AIR2009AP155; 2009(3)ALT539

..... election campaign on the basis of religion and also with a view to promote religious hatred between different class of citizens and thus committed corrupt practice under section 123(2), (3) and (3a) of the rp act. it was also held that in the specimen posters it was indicated that to protect hinduism and hindu religion the valuable vote should be cast in ..... and slogans. the petitioner political party registered with the election commission of india as 'ajeya bharat party' for the purpose of the provisions of the rp act. the requirement under section 29-a of the rp act is only to register any association or body of individual citizens of india calling itself as a political party. the name of the petitioner's registered ..... places in the town of that constituency. thus, it was held that the elected candidate indulged in corrupt practice and accordingly the said election was set aside. section 123(3) of the rp act prohibits the use of national symbols such as national flag or national emblem in the election campaign. therefore, the aforesaid judgment has no relevance to the facts of ..... belong to the petitioner registered political party, as illegal, unconstitutional and contrary to the representation of the people act, 1950 (hereinafter referred to as 'the rp act').2. it is stated that the petitioner is a registered political party, registered under section 29a of the rp act in the year 1998. it is not a recognized party and therefore, no symbol was reserved for it .....

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Mar 31 2009 (TRI)

Novo Nordisk Health Care Ag Verseus the Assistant Controller of Patent ...

Court : Intellectual Property Appellate Board IPAB

Decided on : Mar-31-2009

..... also lacking in novelty anticipated by more than dozen documents, together with the objections that most of the claims are neither patentable under section 3 nor allowable under section 2(1)(j) of the act. 3. the appellant for the first time filed a response to the fer almost at the end of the period, viz., on 7-6-2007 giving elaborate observations over ..... the complete specifications and also pointed out that the cited prior art by the respondent does not anticipate the invention and therefore the invention claimed in the claims is fully definitive and is technically well supported by necessary descriptions. the learned counsel for the appellant ended his argument by stating that the impugned order be set aside and the patent may ..... of being heard and of making representations on his own behalf". 20. perusing some of the famous reported cases on principles of natural justice, we notice that in ross v. medical university of south carolina, 328 s.c. 51, 68, 492 s.e.2d 62, 71 (1997), the south carolina supreme court held that ??law requires an administrative agency or authority ..... defend its case by presenting its views and observations. moreover in the impugned order the respondent has categorically refused to grant the opportunity of hearing to the appellant under section 80 of the act by taking the plea that there was inordinate delay in resubmission. the impugned order under consideration has been undisputedly made without affording an opportunity of being heard to .....

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Apr 02 2009 (HC)

Amarjeet Singh Chadha Vs. State of H.P. and ors.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-02-2009

Reported in : 2009(1)ShimLC492

..... portion of which reads as under:53. the upshot of the above discussion is that institutional reservation is not supported by the constitution or constitutional principles. a certain degree of preference for students of the same institution intending to prosecute further studies therein is permissible on grounds of convenience, suitability and familiarity with an educational environment. such ..... mention that in the publication wherein the result of the candidates is published there is a combined list of successful candidates separately shown. this is divided into two sections; one is in respect of hphs candidates i.e. in-service candidates and the second is in respect of direct candidates. these two categories i.e. hphs ..... are not available, the seats reserved for them shall be allotted to the candidates of the general category of the other group.xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx4.10. in-service medical officers (dental) will compete amongst themselves and open candidates will compete in their own group in the competitive examination conducted by the university.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx4.15. ..... as follows:1. we have not examined the question whether reservations are permissible at the post-graduate level of medical education.2. a common entrance examination envisaged under the regulations framed by the medical council of india for post-graduate medical education requires fixing of minimum qualifying marks for passing the examination since it is not a mere screening test. .....

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Apr 02 2009 (HC)

Kpraganji Chinnamanaidu (Died) and ors. Vs. Basavarsu Rambai (Died) an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-02-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT520

..... have melvaram rights and the maintainability of the eviction proceedings by the respondents would have been decided in favour of the petitioners. learned counsel relied on the definition of landlord under section 2(f) of the act in support of his aforesaid submission. the landlord is defined as:landlord' means the owner of a holding or part thereof who is entitled to evict the ..... on his heirs by putting a condition precedent for its devolution. according to section 17 of the act the provisions of the act including section 12 shall have an over-riding effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent contained in any other law including the transfer of property act.what must follow is that when defendants 2 to 4 did not desire to continue the tenancy, they cannot be ..... same rights, and on the same terms and conditions as before the resumption, subject to the provisions of sections 3 and 6.13. section 10 of the act also was amended by a.p. act 39 of 1974 and section 10(5) is relevant and extracted as under:10. rights of cultivating tenants:(1) ...(2) ...(3) ...(4) ...(5) all rights of a cultivating tenant under this ..... -half of the land held by him under lease prior to such resumption. (2) the right of resumption of land for personal cultivation under sub-section(1) may be exercised -(a) in the case of a lease subsisting at the commencement of the andhra pradesh (andhra area) tenancy (amendment) act, 1974, by making an application in this behalf to the special officer within .....

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