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Jan 14 1974 (HC)

Ajit Prasad Narayan Singh Vs. Smt. Nandini Satpathy

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1975Ori184

..... the date when polling took place, i.e., 26-11-1972. the election petition was presented on 10-1-1973. under section 9 of the general clauses act, 1897, which has been held to be applicable in computation of the period of limitation by the supreme court in k.v. rao's case, ..... or to absolve the petitioner from payment of security for costs is conferred, it cannot be exercised under any general law or any principle of equity. there is no provision in the act empowering the high court to absolve the petitioner from making any security deposit or to reduce the amount required to ..... an admission in substitution of lack of evidence. see the case ofbhagwati v. chandramaul, air 1966 sc 735, where it is stated:-- '........ the general rule no doubtis that the relief should be founded on pleadings made by the parties. but where the substantial matters relating to the title of both ..... the case of theberge v. laudry, (1876) 2 ac 102, who was dealing with the special nature of the jurisdiction of the election tribunal acting under election law, which runs as follows : '.........they are not acts constituting orproviding for the decision of mere ordinary civil rights; they are acts creating an entirely new, and up to ..... the second part of his contention, it is necessary to look to the lawof pleadings and the judicial decisions rendered in regard to the same. rule 3 of order 8 of the code of civil procedure provides that the denial must be specific and it shall not be sufficient to make general denial. .....

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