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Feb 24 2012 (HC)

M/S.Plr Projects Pvt. Ltd.,represented B Vs. Government of Andhra Prad ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-24-2012

the hon'ble the chief justice shri madan b.lokur and the hon'ble sri justice sanjay kumar writ appeal nos.1329 of 201.and 8.of 201.24-02-2012 m/s.plr projects pvt. ltd.,represented by its managing director, sri p.lakshmu reddy, s/o sri p.venkat reddy, aged 79 years, inwinex towers, plot no.130, 3b, iii floor,road no.2, banjara hills, hyderabad government of andhra pradesh,represented by its principal secretary, irrigation & command area development,secretariat, hyderabad and others. common judgment: (per sk,j) award of the contract relating to formation of a reservoir across gangamma sirassuvanka near nalgampalle village and a diversion system for supplying drinking water to palamaner town in chittoor district, by the government of andhra pradesh to m/s.bvsr constructions private limited (hereinafter, 'bvsrcl') was called in question by the unsuccessful tenderer, m/s.plr projects private limited (hereinafter, 'plrpl'), in writ petition no.20878 of 2011. the ground of attack in the writ petition was that bvsrcl did not fulfill the eligibility criteria as it failed to furnish the requisite earnest money deposit (emd) of rs.8,86,700/- as per the tender conditions, having submitted a demand draft for rs.8,70,000/- only. by order dated 25.11.2011, a learned judge of this court held against plrpl and dismissed its writ petition. the learned judge, though he was of the opinion that bvsrcl had failed to comply with the mandatory tender condition of uploading a demand draft for the .....

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Jan 24 2012 (HC)

Nuziveedu Seeds Pvt. Ltd.,Rep. by Its Dy Vs. Protection of Plant Varie ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-24-2012

the hon'ble the chief justice shri madan b.lokur and the hon'ble shri justice wa nos.651 of 2010.537 of 201.& 539 of 201.and wp no.27663 of 201.24-01-2012 nuziveedu seeds pvt. ltd.,rep. by its dy.general manager, mr.s.sartaj mohammed khan. protection of plant variety & farmers'rights authority, the registrar, national academy of agricultural sciences,(n.a.s.c.complex), opp. village todapur, dps marg, new delhi 012. and others. counsel for appellant/petitioner : sri s.niranjan reddy counsel for respondents : sri ponnam ashok goud, assistant solicitor general for india, sri c.v.mohan reddy, senior advocate for sri lakshmikumaran & sri sridharan. cases referred:1. (1979) 118 itr 91.(ap) 2) (1990) 1 scc 32.3) (2000) 7 scc 64.4) (2002) 1 scc 56.5) (2004) 6 scc 25.6) (2007) 11 scc 33.7) (2010) 2 scc 53.8) (2006) 6 scc 20.9) (2007) 6 scc 76.10) (1993) 5 sac lj 1. 11) 1987 (1) ac 46.12) (2006) ukhl 4 13) air 201.delhi 17 14) 1926 s.c. (h.l. 15. 164 (2009) dlt 53.db 16.19 r. 665, 668. 17) 2006 (6) alt 59.common judgment (per sri justice sanjay kumar) the writ appeals on hand turn upon the maintainability of the writ petitions filed by nuziveedu seeds pvt. ltd., the appellant company. two learned judges of this court separately held against the appellant company and dismissed its three writ petitions on the ground of territorial jurisdiction. the fate of writ petition no.27663 of 2010, subsequently filed by the appellant company, would depend upon our decision in the appeals. these .....

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Oct 29 2012 (TRI)

Dr. D. Ramesh Sarojini Eye Hospital Natraj Vs. Manchikanti Satish @ Sa ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Oct-29-2012

oral order: (per honble justice d. appa rao, president) 1) this is an appeal preferred by the opposite party doctor of an eye hospital against the order of the dist. forum directing him to pay rs. 2,20,000/- together with costs of rs. 2,000/-. 2) originally on the complaint filed by the complainant the dist. forum by its order dt. 14.10.2008 granted the above compensation for medical negligence against which the appellant preferred fa no. 1557/2008 and this commission by order dt. 25.5.2010 allowed the appeal dismissing the complaint. as against the said order, the national commission on the revision preferred by the complainant in rp no. 2861 of 2011 remanded the matter and the national commission by its order dt. 22.7.2012 opined that this commission did not set-aside the findings of the dist. forum with regard to ex. b1 which the dist. forum opined that it was fabricated, and directed this commission to decide it afresh in accordance with law. 3) in the light of remand order, we heard both sides. the parties are described as arrayed in the complaint for felicity of expression and avoid confusion. 4) the case of the complainant in brief is that he approached the opposite party doctor an ophthalmologist of sarojini eye hospital (herein after called ??the doctor) on 29.11.2007 when had been suffering from a problem in the right eye. the doctor after examining him opined that he had developed cataract in the right eye and advised a minor operation for removing the cataract and .....

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Jul 30 2012 (HC)

Dr. K. Satyanarayana Reddy Vs. State of A.P. Rep. by Inspector of Poli ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-30-2012

(prayer: criminal appeal under section 374 (2) cr.p.c. against the judgment dated 11-02-2005 in cc no. 29 of 1994 on the file of the court of the principal special judge for spe and acb cases-cum-iv additional chief judge, citycivil court, hyderaba.) 1. this appeal is preferred by the sole accused-appellant against the judgmentdated 11.02.2005 passed by the principal special judge for spe and acb cases-cum-iv additional chief judge, city civil court, hyderabad in c.c.no. 29 of 1994. 2.the appellant-sole accused was tried by the learned principal specialjudge for spe and acb cases, hyderabad for the charges under sections 7 and13(1)(d)(i) r/w section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act (for short'the act'), was convicted for the said offences and sentenced to undergorigorous imprisonment for a period of one year for the charge under section 7 ofthe act and also to pay a fine of rs.1,000/-, he was further sentenced toundergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of two years for the charge undersection 13(1)(d) of the act punishable under section 13(2) of the act and to paya fine of rs.2,000/-.the appellant challenges the said order of conviction andsentence in the instant appeal. 3.shortly stated, the facts are that pw-2 (lunavath bhikya) is the son-in-law of bhukya sarvia (lw-1) who was suffering from severe stomach-ache was admitted in government headquarters hospital, karimnagar.the appellant-dr.k.satyanarayana reddy, a civil surgeon attended on pw-2.after subjectingpw-2 .....

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Jul 30 2012 (HC)

Dr.K.Satyanarayana Reddy Vs. State of A.P. Rep. by Inspector of Polic

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-30-2012

the hon'ble mr justice r. kantha rao criminal appeal no.157 o 30. 07.2012 dr.k.satyanarayana reddy state of a.p. rep. by inspector of police, acb,karimnagar counsel for the appellant : sri r.ramachandra reddy, standing counsel for acb cases. counsel for respondent : mrs.d.sangeetha reddy gist: head note: cases referred: judgment: this appeal is preferred by the sole accused-appellant against the judgment dated 11.02.2005 passed by the principal special judge for spe & acb cases-cum- iv additional chief judge, city civil court, hyderabad in c.c.no. 29 of 1994.2. the appellant-sole accused was tried by the learned principal special judge for spe & acb cases, hyderabad for the charges under sections 7 and 13(1)(d)(i) r/w section 13(2) of the prevention of corruption act (for short 'the act'), was convicted for the said offences and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of one year for the charge under section 7 of the act and also to pay a fine of rs.1,000/-, he was further sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of two years for the charge under section 13(1)(d) of the act punishable under section 13(2) of the act and to pay a fine of rs.2,000/-. the appellant challenges the said order of conviction and sentence in the instant appeal.3. shortly stated, the facts are that pw-2 (lunavath bhikya) is the son-in- law of bhukya sarvia (lw-1) who was suffering from severe stomach-ache was admitted in government headquarters hospital, karimnagar. the .....

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