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Jan 16 2002 (HC)

Baragah Co-operative Sugar Mills Ltd. Vs. Presiding Officer, Industria ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-16-2002

Reported in : [2002(93)FLR211]; (2002)IILLJ667Ori

p.k. balasubramanyan, c.j. and a.s. naidu, j. 1. the writ petition was filed by the baragah co-operative sugar mills limited challenging the award of the industrial tribunal and a subsequent order of that tribunal dated march 16, 1995 in respect of opposite party no. 2 who was a workman in the petitioner co-operative sugar mills. the workman was removed from service with effect from june 22, 1977 by the management. a dispute was raised on his behalf which was pending before the industrial tribunal in i.d. case no. 42 of 1980. while the dispute was so pending, the workman settled the dispute with the management as is clear from annexure 5 to 7. the management agreed to pay a sum of rs. 40,000/- in lieu of the entire claim of the workman. the workman agreed to receive the same. this compromise petition was filed before the industrial tribunal supported by the documents showing the payments made to the workman and the receipt issued by the workman. the petition was filed by the management requesting the tribunal to dispose of the matter as per the terms set out in the compromise petition. the tribunal by annexure-10 order dated march 16, 1991 dismissed the compromise petition. it appears from the order that the tribunal took note of the fact that the workman was not present when the compromise petition was taken up for consideration by the tribunal. it took the view that since the parties settled their disputes outside the tribunal and the workman was not present, the tribunal .....

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Jan 16 2002 (HC)

Dilip Alias Bidyadhar Pradhan and ors. Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-16-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ1613

b. panigrahi, j.1. conviction and sentence passed by the learned second additional sessions judge, cuttack under sections 498-a and 304-b(i), i.p.c. has been assailed in this appeal.2. the skeletal picture of the prosecution story as unravelled during trial is as follows :the appellant no. 1 was the husband of the deceased narmada pradhan and their marriage was undisputedly solemnised sometimes in the month of jestha 1993. it is the further case of the prosecution that two months preceding the marriage, there was a demand for bullet motor cycle as dowry by appellant no. 2 nakul alias makar pradhan on the father of the deceased, udhab behera. but udhab behera could not immediately comply with it, therefore, makar lessened his demand to rs. 11,000/- cash, over and above, a wrist watch, a gold ring and a radio set in lieu of a bullet motor cycle to which udhab had agreed. at the time of marriage, the father of the victim paid rs. 8,000/- cash besides a wrist watch, gold ring and a radio. the balance amount of rs. 3,000/- could not immediately be paid to makar. but, however, udhab agreed to pay the same sometime later. but unfortunately due to severe financial stringency, the balance amount of rs. 3,000/- could not be paid as a reason whereof there was lickering and misunderstanding between the two families and quarrel ensued in the matrimonial house of the deceased. it is alleged that the deceased narmada was subjected to torture and cruelty for the demand of dowry. two days .....

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Jan 16 2002 (HC)

Arjun Naik Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-16-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ2785

b. panigrahi, j.1. this appeal assails the order of conviction and sentence passed by the learned sessions judge, dhenkanal in sessions trial no. 103 of 1992 under section 302, ipc whereby and whereunder the appellant was convicted and sentenced to undergo r.i. for life. in brevity the prosecution case is as follows :on the date of occurrence, i.e. on 26-4-1992 there was an altercation between the deceased tirtha naik and accused-appellant arjun naik over an issue of a marriage feast. after some time tirtha naik went to take bath in the village tank locally known as 'nandanali tank'. on the way he met the appellant who was engaged in talking with one suresh chandra samal. there was exchange of hot words between the appellant and the deceased. thereafter the deceased proceeded to take bath in the tank and the appellant followed him. while the deceased was taking bath, the appellant surged forward and inflicted 2/3 blows with an axe on the neck and face of the deceased as a result of which the deceased died instantaneously with bleeding injuries. achyuta naik, the son of the deceased tirtha received information about the incident, came to the spot and found his father lying dead near the tank. immediately thereafter he went to balimi police station and lodged the fir. the oic of balimi police station registered a case under section 302, ipc against the appellant and swung into action immediately. during investigation he examined all the witnesses, seized the wearing apparels of .....

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Jan 16 2002 (HC)

Krishna Gupta and ors. Vs. Madan Lal and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-16-2002

Reported in : 2003ACJ933; 2002VIIIAD(Delhi)333; 96(2002)DLT829; 2002(62)DRJ448

s.b. sinha, c.j.1. this appeal and cross-objections arise out of a judgment of a learned single judge of this court passed in fao 230/79 and 231/79 arising out of an award made on 31st july 1979 by the motor accident claims tribunal. fao 230/79 which was filed by the appellant, was allowed in part and fao 231/79 filed by the respondents, was dismissed. 2. the basic fact of the matter is not in dispute.3. on 26th august 1974, the deceased prem chand gupta was going in car no. dlj-4598 driven by respondent no. 3 following the truck driven by respondent no. 1 when the said truck suddenly stopped in the middle of the road allegedly without giving any signal or indication and both the vehicles collided together resulting into the death of shri prem chand gupta and another occupant of the car. both the vehicle were comprehensively insured with oriental fire and general insurance company limited, now known as oriental insurance company limited. 4. the learned tribunal, having regard to the materials which were placed on records by the parties, held that the accident took place as a result of contributory negligence on the part of the driver of the truck as also the owner of the car. 5. in so far as the negligence is concerned, it was held to have ben committed on the part of both the driver of the truck as also the driver of the car, the liability where for was apportioned in the ratio of 75:25 respectively. 6. the learned tribunal, having regard to the age of the deceased at the .....

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Jan 17 2002 (HC)

Tata Consulting Engineers and Associates Staff Union Vs. Tata Consulti ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

Reported in : [2002(93)FLR370]; (2002)IILLJ323Bom

..... of hearing of the petition before the learned single judge, even if it is assumed that it is a pure question of law, and can be raised in the letters patent appeal, in our view, the order passed by the tribunal in disposing of the reference can be said to be award as defined in clause (b) of section 2 of ..... been committed by the tribunal in disposing of the reference, and, accordingly, the petition was rejected. against the said order, the union has approached this court by filing the letters patent appeal.3. we have heard the learned counsel for the parties. the learned counsel for the appellant raised several contentions. it was urged that the so-called award passed by ..... committed any error. we, therefore, find no ground to interfere with the award passed by the tribunal as well as the order passed by the learned single judge. the letters patent appeal deserves to be dismissed, and is, accordingly, dismissed. in the circumstances of the case, there will be no order as to costs. ..... 1. this letters patent appeal is filed by appellant-tata consulting engineers and associates staff union ('union' for short) against tata consulting engineers ('company' for short). being aggrieved by the award passed by the .....

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Jan 17 2002 (HC)

State of Bihar and ors. Vs. Shashi Mohan Thakur and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

nagendra rai and r.s. garg, jj.1. the letters patent appeal and the writ petition are connected matters and as such they have been heard together and are being disposed of the this common order.2. the appellants of the .....

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Jan 17 2002 (SC)

New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. C.M. Jaya and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

Reported in : I(2002)ACC271; 2002ACJ271; AIR2002SC651; 2002(1)ALLMR(SC)930; 2002(1)AWC588(SC); 2002(50)BLJR547; (SCSuppl)2002(2)CHN59; [2002]110CompCas6(SC); 95(2002)DLT500(SC); 2002(61)

..... filed by the insurance company the learned judge held that the claimant was a gratuitous passenger traveling in the car and, therefore, the insurance company was not liable. two letters patent appeals were filed one by the legal representatives of the claimant and another by the driver of the vehicle. the appeal filed by the driver was dismissed and in the .....

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Jan 17 2002 (HC)

Akapati Bhaskar Patro Vs. Trinath Sahu and anr.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ3397

orderp.c. naik, j.1. this criminal misc. case filed under section 482, cr.p.c. is for setting aside the order dated 25-1-1994 passed by the 1st additional sessions judge, ganjam, berhampur in criminal revision no. 75 of 1993 and for quashing the proceedings in i.c.c. no. 48 of 1992 pending before the s.d.j.m., berhampur.2. undisputedly, the petitioner is a tenant and the opposite party no. 1 is the owner-landlord in respect of the premises in question which is under occupation of the petitioner. there was some dispute between the petitioner and the opposite party no. 1 which, probably, ultimately led to issuance of notice under section 106 of the transfer of property act determining the tenancy of the petitioner with effect from 31-5-1992 and asking him to vacate the premises on the said date failing which he would be treated as a trespasser.3. as the premises in question was not vacated it led to filing of a complaint before the s.d.j.m., berhampur for prosecuting the petitioner-tenant under section 441, i.p.c. (orissa amendment). the learned s.d.j.m. being of the opinion that the dispute between the parties was purely a civil dispute, dismissed the complaint on 2-11-1992. the landlord went up in revision and the revisional court relying on a judgment of this court in savani transport ltd. v. kamaraju bisoi, 1990 (3) ocr 569 : 1991 cri lj 1073, being of the opinion that an offence under section 441, ipc (orissa amendment) has been made out against the tenant, allowed the .....

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Jan 17 2002 (HC)

Arun Kumar Ojha and anr. Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

nagendra rai, j.1. the appellants are aggrieved by the order dated 27th april, 2001 passed by a learned single judge of this court in a batch of writ applications including cwjc no, 12779 of 1999 by which he, has quashed the panel of successful candidates for the post of jeep driver pursuant to adverstisement no. 1 of 1997 and directed the respondent-bihar public service commission (for short, the commission) to take steps for fresh selection in the light of the observations made in the order. both the appellants are successful candidates and appellant no. 1 was added as intervenor-respondent in the writ application and appellant no. 2 has directly filed the appeal challenging the order of the learned single judge.2. eradication of tuberculosis was taken up as a part of the 20-point programme in planned expenditure. dr. a.a. mallick holding a rank of deputy director in health department was the director of the tuberculosis centre at patna and activities of the said centre was extended to various districts under the aforesaid programme. dr. mallick was made the deputy director of the tuberculosis eradication scheme. there were 2250 class iii and class iv sanctioned posts under the aforesaid scheme and dr. mallick was made chairman of the recruitment committee. dr. mallick taking advantage of his official position appointed 6,000 (six thousand) persons without holding any procedure for appointment of class iii and class iv posts. several writ applications were filed before .....

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Jan 17 2002 (HC)

Rewa Prasad Vs. Smt. Amsa Bai and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-17-2002

Reported in : AIR2003MP45; 2002(3)MPHT184

orderk.k. lahoti, j. 1. this appeal is directed against the order passed by the learned single judge in first appeal no. 343/1995, dated 22-9-2001 by which judgment and decree passed by 9th additional district judge, jabalpur in civil suit no. 199-a/95 was affirmed.2. plaintiff/respondent filed a suit claiming l/3rd share in the joint family property. the suit was decreed and the plea of defendant that there was already a partition on 24-11-1952 was negatived and a decree for partition passed.3. shri alok aradhe, learned counsel appearing for the appellant, has contended that the defendant-appellant has not been given due opportunity to adduce the evidence and suit has wrongly been decreed in spite of registered partition deed dated 24-11-1952.4. the learned single judge has considered this aspect and has found that the defendant was given sufficient opportunity but neither he nor his witnesses were examined. on perusal of trial court records, it is found that the plaintiff had closed his evidence on 13-3-89. thereafter, the trial court granted several adjournments to the defendant. during this period, the matter was adjourned because the application for substitution was filed and service on legal heirs took time. thereafter, the case was again fixed for the evidence of defendant on 8-11-1994 and thereafter also several adjournments were granted to adduce evidence on the prayer of the counsel of defendant. on 27-6-95, the prayer for adjournment on behalf of defendant was .....

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