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Feb 28 2012 (HC)

Smt.Anjali JaIn Vs. the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-2012

..... false statements on oath before this court in their endeavour to deflect the course of justice, and to prevent this court from ascertaining the truth. section 2(c) of the contempt of courts act, 1971 defines criminal contempt as "the publication (whether by words, spoken or written or by signs or visible representation or otherwise) of any matter or ..... the rule of law. the investigating agency cannot be permitted to conduct investigation in a tainted and biased manner. (babubhai v. state of gujarat6). the aim of criminal justice is two-fold ..... investigation against any person accused of commission of a cognizable offence. (state of west bengal v. committee for protection of democratic rights, west bengal5). fair investigation is a part of the constitutional rights guaranteed under articles 20 and 21 of the constitution of india. investigation must be fair, transparent and judicious as it is the minimum requirement of ..... sri b. anjaiah, sri k. venugopal, sri m. srinivas and sri v. yella reddy constitute criminal contempt of court. the registrar-general of the high court shall forthwith initiate suo-motu criminal contempt proceedings, under the contempt of courts act, against the five police officials/personnel and sri g. avanidhar goud, the 3rd respondent-landlord. (iii). initiation of disciplinary proceedings: .....

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Feb 28 2012 (HC)

Smt.Anjali JaIn Vs. the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad an

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-2012

..... false statements on oath before this court in their endeavour to deflect the course of justice, and to prevent this court from ascertaining the truth. section 2(c) of the contempt of courts act, 1971 defines criminal contempt as "the publication (whether by words, spoken or written or by signs or visible representation or otherwise) of any matter or ..... the rule of law. the investigating agency cannot be permitted to conduct investigation in a tainted and biased manner. (babubhai v. state of gujarat6). the aim of criminal justice is two-fold ..... investigation against any person accused of commission of a cognizable offence. (state of west bengal v. committee for protection of democratic rights, west bengal5). fair investigation is a part of the constitutional rights guaranteed under articles 20 and 21 of the constitution of india. investigation must be fair, transparent and judicious as it is the minimum requirement of ..... b. anjaiah, sri k. venugopal, sri m. srinivas and sri v. yella reddy constitute criminal contempt of court. the registrar-general of the high court shall forthwith initiate suo-motu criminal contempt proceedings, under the contempt of courts act, against the five police officials/personnel and sri g. avanidhar goud, the 3rd respondent-landlord. (iii). initiation of disciplinary proceedings:34 .....

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Apr 11 2012 (HC)

Umesh Kumar Ips Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh Rep. by Its Chief Secr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-11-2012

..... with value; and details of movable property with value. the requirement with regards a members dependent children in part-c of form ii is similar to those in part-b of form-ii. 43. the special secretary to the government of andhra pradesh (general administration (poll.d) department), by u.o.note no.351/poll.d/a1/2010 dated 03.05.2011, ..... be affected by the decisions they take. they are also likely to have wide discretionary powers giving them the opportunity to profit from corrupt acts. 40. before examining the submission made both by the learned additional advocate general, and sri c. padmanabha reddy, learned senior counsel, that members of all india services are not required to declare the assets of ..... disclosure of assets and liabilities of public servants, and such annual property statements being periodically scrutinized), would reassure the general public of a more honest, efficient and accountable governance structure. laws relating to disclosure of assets are an important tool for law enforcement. when bonafide suspicion of a public servants financial integrity is raised, asset disclosure statements would aid in ..... false and frivolous allegations against a colleague officer, bringing his spouse into the litigation, is not only in bad taste but is also an act of indiscipline; the 4th respondent has neither violated any rule or law, nor has he exceeded his jurisdiction in his entire tenure, and after assuming the office of the 3rd respondent; and the records placed before .....

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Mar 26 2012 (SC)

Saroj Screens Pvt.Ltd. Vs. Ghahshyam and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-26-2012

Reported in : 2012AIRSCW2081

..... lease, and subject to such conditions as the corporation may impose.the approval of the state government under this sub-section may be given either generally for any class of such lands or specially in any particular case of such land: provided that, the commissioner may, in like manner renew ..... thereupon be entitled to take over the structure after valuing them in the manner hereinbefore provided. in case, he pays the value of that part of the structure which the lessees have constructed to the lessees, then the entire structure will thereafter belong to the lessor. in case, ..... amraoti, taluq and district amraoti, (hereinafter called the lessees) of thesecond part. witnesseth as follows: 1. the lessor holds and is in possession of a plot of land, situated in the locality popularly known as "the geeta ..... lease made on the 10th day of september, 1947, between diwan bahadur seth gopaldas mohta, resident of akola (hereinafter called the lessor) of the one part, and messrs saroj screens ltd., amraoti, a joint stock company with limited liability, represented by mr. anandrao son of yadararo, managing director, resident of ..... to thwart or run counter to the policy and objects of the act, then our law would be very defective if persons aggrieved were not entitled to the protection of the court."14. in breen v. amalgamated engineering union (1971) 2 qb 175, lord denning mr observed:- "the discretion of a .....

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Sep 21 2012 (HC)

Brij Kishore Verma Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-21-2012

..... as the province of agra. the first oudh revenue act, being act no.17 of 1876, was also passed to consolidate and amend the law relating to land revenue in oudh. both these acts (which had replaced mr. thompson's manual referred to above) and certain minor acts were replaced by the present u.p. land revenue act, 1901, which unified the law relating to land revenue in agra and ..... division bench judgment of this court, reported in 2004 (3) awc 2234 [rakesh kumar sharma and others. vs. state of u.p. and others. 17. the unfortunate part is, neither the additional advocate general, nor other counsel representing the state of u.p., had drawn attention of the division bench which decided the w.p. no.7749 (m/b) of 2010 [hari ..... . making of a legislative instrument or promulgation of general rule of conduct or a declaration by a notification by the government that certain place or area shall be part of a gram sabha and on issue of such a declaration certain other statutory provisions come into an action forthwith which provide for certain consequences; (2) where the power to be exercised by the ..... government under provisions of a statute does not concern with the interest of an individual and it relates to public in general or concerns with .....

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Jun 25 2012 (FN)

Arizona Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-25-2012

..... the united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit [june 25, 2012] justice alito, concurring in part and dissenting in part. this case concerns four provisions of arizona s support our law enforcement and safe neighborhoods act, s. b. 1070. section 2(b) requires arizona law enforcement officers to make a reasonable attempt, when practicable, to ascertain the immigration status of any person whom ..... pp. 12 15. (c) by authorizing state and local officers to make warrantless arrests of certain aliens suspected of being removable, 6 too creates an obstacle to federal law. as a general rule, it is not a crime for a removable alien to remain in the united states. the federal scheme instructs when it is appropriate to arrest an alien during ..... i dissent. notes 1 many of the 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century commentators maintained that states should exclude foreigners only for good reason. pufendorf, for example, maintained that states are generally expected to grant permanent settlement to strangers who have been driven from their former home, though acknowledging that, when faced with the prospect of mass immigration, every state may decide ..... one national sovereign, not the 50 separate states. see chy lung v. freeman, 92 u. s. 275 280 (1876); see also the federalist no. 3, p. 39 (c. rossiter ed. 2003) (j. jay) (observing that federal power would be necessary in part because bordering states . . . under the impulse of sudden irritation, and a quick sense of apparent interest or injury .....

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Feb 01 2012 (SC)

State of Punjab Vs. Dalbir Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-01-2012

..... settled that in view of decision in maneka gandhi vs. union of india - (1978) 1 scc 248, bachan singh vs. state of punjab - (1980) 2 scc 684 and mithu (supra) `due process of law' is part of our constitutional jurisprudence. 47. the constitution bench in sunil batra vs. delhi administration and others - (1978) 4 scc 494, has also held that the ..... to be subjected to the blind infliction of the penalty of death. .... this court has previously recognized that for the determination of sentences, justice generally requires consideration of more than the particular acts by which the crime was committed and that there be taken into account the circumstances of the offense together with the character and propensities of the offender ..... the offense in order to arrive at a just and appropriate sentence has been viewed as a progressive and humanizing development. ...while the prevailing practice of individualizing sentencing determinations generally reflects simply enlightened policy rather than a constitutional imperative, we believe that in capital cases the fundamental respect for humanity underlying the eighth amendment, see trop v dulles, 356 ..... repugnant, or impossible to be performed, the common law will control it and adjudge such act to be void. 92. the principle of `due process' is an emanation from the magna carta doctrine. this was accepted in american jurisprudence [see munn vs. illinois, 24 l ed. 77 : 94 us 113, 142 (1876)]. 93. again this was acknowledged in planned parenthood of .....

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