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Sep 01 1997 (HC)

Syed Ahmed Bhukhari Vs. State and anr.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1997VIAD(Delhi)287; 1997(4)Crimes204; 69(1997)DLT525; 1998RLR119

..... conclusion that the police was hobnobbing with the accused and they were sheltering the accused and were trying their best to take out the accused from the clutches of law. (12) in para ii of the judgment, the learned metropolitan magistrate has observed as under: 'the in activism with motive of the executive is peril to indian democracy.' 13. the learned ..... magistrate was certainly not justified in making such sweeping remarks and generalisations regarding the legislature, executive and the police. the learned magistrate was also not justified in making the general remarks against the petitioner in which he had mentioned that ' giving an inflammatory speech, the petitioner had made an attempt of sedition to overthrow the govemment.''there is nomaterial ..... (b) whether there is evidence on record bearing on that conduct justifying the remarks; and (e) whether it is necessary for the decision of the case, as an integral part thereof, to advert on that conduct. (18) it has also been recognised that judicial pronouncements must be judicial in nature and should not normally depart from sobriety, moderation, reserve ..... of m.p. v. nandlal jaiswal, : [1987]1scr1 , observed: 'judges should not use strong and carping language while criticising the conduct of parties or their witnesses. they must act with sobriety, moderation and restraint. they must have the humility to recognise that they are not infallible, and any harsh and disparaging strictures passed by them against any party maybe .....

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May 23 1980 (HC)

C.M. Stephen Vs. Atal Behari Vajpayee

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 18(1980)DLT337

..... imputed to the legislature that a provision would be made which cannot be worked out. (17) the executive councillors as also the members of the metropolitan council constitute an integral part of the legislative proposals. the recommendations are made by the metropolitan council on matters relating to legislation in delhi. under article 246(4) of the constitution, parliament has power to ..... liable to be declared as void on the ground of corrupt practice under section 100(1)(b) read with section 123(7) of the representation of the people act, 1951? o.p.p.' (2) shri madan lal khurana (for short shri khurana) was returned at the election of 1977 to the metropolitan council for delhi constituted under the provisions of delhi administration ..... to the class of gazetted officers in the service of the government, for the furtherance of his prospects of the election (i) by appointing him as an election agent, and (ii) by involving him in the conduct of election compaign. in the corresponding paragraph of the written statement, there is a specific denial of the allegation that shri khurana was a ..... subjected himself at all times to the lawful orders and directions of the government in respect of his duties and functions as an executive councillor. reliance is placed on section 30 of the admn. act, which provides that notwithstanding anything in the admn. act, the administrator and the members of the executive council shall be under the general control of, and comply with such .....

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Oct 20 2003 (HC)

Sanjay Suri Vs. State and ors.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : AIR2004Delhi9; 107(2003)DLT626; 2003(71)DRJ446; (2004)136PLR13

..... the due collection, getting in, and administering the estate of the deceased, which bond shall be in such form as the judge may, by general or special order, direct.(2)when the deceased was hindu, muhammadan, buddhist, sikh or jaina or an exempted person- (a) the exception made by sub-section (1) ..... testamentary and intestate jurisdiction is available without discrimination and to the same extent to either modes of succession that is, whether by testament or by the law of succession. the statutory provisions and rules framed are with a view to aid the courts. more particularly as the deceased is no longer available ..... should not be reduced to a nullity by a literal following of language, which may be due to want of skill or knowledge on the part of a draftsman, unless such language is intractable.'24. following are the well recognised principles of interpretation:-statutes must be so construed as to make ..... under the statute has been denied on ground of public policy. in r vs national insurance commissioner, ex parte connor' reportedin (1981) 1 all er 770 was a case under the social security act, 1975. a widow though entitled to the insurance as per condition of the statute for grant of social ..... been intended to be covered by the statutory provision, namely, section 291 of the act.23. on a question of proper interpretation of section 291 of the act, reference is invited to the following paras from halsbury's laws of england:-paragraph 898 at page 551 of volume 44 : 'the construction of .....

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Oct 17 1977 (HC)

G.D. Iyer and ors. Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1978CriLJ1180; 15(1979)DLT138

..... 20 lakhs to rs. 3.30 lakhs for the import of cine laboratory equipments and also to secure customs clearance permit for rs. 19,000 for cine laboratory spare parts and accessories of picture and sound printing machine.(5) it is said that in pursuance of the conspiracy the aforementioned three persons demanded and accepted amounts of rs. 7, ..... the assent of the injured party. but crimes are offences against the state. all proceedings are in theory instituted on behalf of the crown or the state. the law of limitation did not apply to criminal proceedings unless it was made applicable to them by express provisions. now the parliament has done so in the hope that the ..... constituted under the delhi special police establishment act 1946. the administrative head of the organisation is the director, special police establishment (cbi) who is an inspector general of police. the delhi special police establishment was under the administrative control of the department of personnel, cabinet secretariat, ..... , thereforee, on november 7, 1974, requested the director, special police establishment to refer the matter to the department of personnel and administrative reforms as consent under section 196(2) was to be obtained from delhi administration through them. the delhi special pcl'ce establishment themselves could not approach the delhi administration directly.(8) the delhi special police establishment was .....

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Mar 28 1972 (HC)

New Delhi Municipal Committee Vs. Ishwar Dass Sahni and Bros.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : ILR1972Delhi535

..... separate province carved out of the part of the province of punjab and part of the territories of the united provinces of agraand oudh under two proclamations dated 17th september, 1912 and 22nd february, 1915. the province of delhi was administered by the chief commissioner and under section 3 of delhi laws act, 1912 and sections 2 and 3 of delhi laws act, 1915, various enactments were extended ..... with certain modifications to the province of delhi and they included the punjab municipal act iii of 1911. on 1st april, 1937, by notification no. f. 126/37-pub., the governor-general in council in pursuance of sub-section (3) of ..... section 94 of the government of india act, 1935, provided that ..... methods by which money can be made available, one is to give them a grant and the other is to allow them to raise funds by fees and taxes and generally the second method is followed and the legislatures in india at times out of number had invested these local-governing units with powers of taxation and no such legislation has .....

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Apr 01 1997 (HC)

L.K. Advani Vs. Central Bureau of Investigation

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1997IIIAD(Delhi)53; 1997CriLJ2559; 1997(4)Crimes1; 66(1997)DLT618; 1997(41)DRJ274; (1997)116PLR1; 1997RLR292

..... as such, not admissible against the petitioners.(65) sections 5 to 55 of the evidence act deal with the relevancy of the facts under part i, chapter ii of the evidence act. part 2 - (sections 56 to100) - deals with the proof. part 3 - (sections 101 to 167) - deals with the production and effect of evidence. thus ..... .c.shukla are guilty of accepting illegal gratification under section 7 and criminal misconduct under section 13(l)(d) of the prevention of corruption act. there was general conspiracy amongst the petitioners i.e. jain brothers, namely, s/shri n.k.jain, b.r.jain and s.k.jain and their ..... of the indian penal code i.e. section 21, and legislative body corrupt practices bill, 1925, the provisions of the prevention of corruption act, 1947, criminal law amendment act, 1958 and the santhanam committee report which was submitted in 1964, found that the mla was not a 'public servant' within the ambit ..... been a subject matter of interpretation in american jurisprudence, iind edn.voi.63a, page i, .... ordinarily and generally, a public office is defined to be the right , authority, and duty created and conferred by law, the tenure of which is not transient, occasional, or incidental, by which for a given period an individual ..... 3 c.b.(n.s.) 412 . 'duties to perform which would constitute in law an office'.(41) a matter very much akin to the matter in hand also came up before their lordships of the privy council in attorney general of ceylon v. d.livera and another, 1962 (3) all.e.r. 1066. .....

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Jul 08 2003 (HC)

Khanna Hotel P. Ltd. Vs. State (Govt. of Nct) of Delhi

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2004CriLJ180

..... than the disease or peril. same is the state of law relating to prosecutions under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act i.e. bouncing of cheques issued towards whole or part of the liability at least in the metropolis of delhi.2. this law provides penalties in case of dishonour of cheques due to insufficiency ..... petition is allowed. the learned trial court is directed to prepare the date keeping in view of the provisions of section 143 of the negotiable instruments act. for the aforesaid purpose the petitioner shall appear before the learned trial court on 10th sept. 2003.7. since this court is having many petitions ..... year. as a consequence thousands of cases are pending for several years.4. statistics show that around 70,000 cases under section 138 of the act are pending in different courts of delhi and everyday hundreds of complaints are being filed. this phenomenon is result of abysmally low strength of metropolitan ..... individual cases. house with two masters can never be strong.11. copy of this order be sent to the :--(i) registrar general for compliance of para 8.(ii) union of law secretary, government of india for consideration of recommendations made in the judgment. ..... pattern that not more than 500 cases shall be assigned to brie court. registrar general of this court shall take up the exercise immediately and put up the proposal to hon'ble the chief justice.9. before parting, this court is constrained to make observations for the malady and phenomenon of malignant .....

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Mar 14 2013 (HC)

Corporate Aircraft Funding Company Llc Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

..... the goi or any inter-governmental organization or private provider of public services in india under the extant laws in respect of services provided to the aircraft. for the sake of convenience the relevant part of form no. 4 is extracted hereinbelow: ...form no. 4 (general opt-in declarations under article 39(1) (b) nothing in the convention shall affect its right or ..... duty evaded in respect of aircraft in issue, was to the tune of rs. 19 crores (approximately), which was, exclusive of interest and other charges applicable under the customs act. 10.2 mr dubey further submitted that, the respondents action were in consonance with provisions of form no. 4, lodged by the government of india (goi) under the cape town convention at ..... sub-leased the aircraft to east west airlines is neither the carrier within the meaning of clause (c) of section 41 of the act nor other person under sub-sections (2), (3) and (4) of section 46a of the finance act, 1989. it is the carrier alone who has realised the tax, from the passengers is liable to pay the tax and the ..... , it wrote to dgca requesting it not to release the aircraft. the customs authorities, who are required under sub-section (2) of section 110 to return the goods in issue, if notice, as prescribed under section 124 clause (a) of the customs act, is not issued within six (6) months of the seizure of goods. the period of six months, under the .....

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Jul 04 2013 (HC)

Dilip K Bandopadhyay Vs. State and anr.

Court : Delhi

..... available are old and some chemicals that were available in of them are .non functional. the lab, they appear to be old and outdated and generally bore the year of manufacture as 2001, 2000, 2004, 2006, etc." and further that ((some equipment appear to be old, outdated and it ..... wherein the conversation between the accused and other persons in another country was used for convicting the accused person.62. thus, it is settled law that a tape recorded conversation is relevant and admissible in evidence.63. learned counsel has argued that the petitioners have tried to submit that ..... when they signed the report.49. learned counsel has asserted that the conversation between the chairman of the college and three experts, who were part of the inspecting team, is crucial for deciding the subject matter of the present petition. the conversation between the chairman of the college and ..... or office. telephone tapping would, thus, infract article 21 of the constitution of india unless it is permitted under the procedure established by law....41. learned counsel submitted that the complaint filed by the complainant is just to harass and pressurize the petitioners.42. the hon'ble ..... 21 of indian penal code, 1860. the definition of public servant under the ipc and prevention of corruption act, 1988 is entirely different. while section 2(xi) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 defines public servant to include vicechancellor, professor, reader of any university, the definition of public servant .....

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Apr 19 1985 (HC)

Ram Kumar Vs. the Chief of the Army Staff

Court : Delhi

Reported in : AIR1985Delhi374

..... of that kind. thereforee, before the single judge, the case on behalf of capt. ram kumar was canvassed on one ground alone. it was urged that the general court martial was not properly constituted because two of its members. brig. bilimoria and major dhillon, were disqualified to be judges as they were prejudiced against the petitioner ..... in the offrs mess 15 mahar, and never returned for duty till 0800 hrs 25 oct 76. i further state that the following officer were seen in the partly on 24 oct 76. brig ys tomar comdr 330 inf bde brig fn bilimoria comdr 322 inf bde lt. col. v. badhwar of 5/3 gr maj ..... given in the convening order, it can be seen that each them was drawn from a different battalion regiment. thereforee. there, has been no violation of any part of the sub-rule'(38) in any case. the sub-rule can be departed from if the convening officer finds that if is not 'practicable' to comply with ..... trial.(8) further details of the procedure to be followed are stated in rule 44 of the army rules 1954. the main part of that rule is merely a repetition of section 130(1) of the act. but, there is a proviso comprising six clauses. of these, only the first three are relevant for the present purpose. they ..... submission.(12) the judge advocate then advised the court as to the law. he read section 130 of the army act and rule 44 of the army ru1e.. he also read and explained army rules 39(2). 40(1) and notes to iaar 34 and note b9(2) to iaar 29. he told the court that in a doubtful case .....

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