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Oct 01 2004 (SC)

Dhanvanthkumariba and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-01-2004

Reported in : (2005)1GLR159; JT2004(8)SC425; 2004(8)SCALE438; (2004)8SCC121; 2005(1)LC462(SC)

shivaraj v. patil j. 1. the appellants are the legal representatives of padhiar jagdevsinghji ramsinghji who was ex-ruler of erstwhile state of umeta which comprised of five villages including umeta. according to him, the lands of these villages belonged to him. in the year 1948, the state of umeta was merged into india under the merger agreement dated 24.05.1948. the land bearing survey no. 410 which is the disputed land is situated at village umeta. by virtue of merger agreement, this land was also given to ex-ruler as talukdar. the land bearing survey no. 410 comprised of large area - 742 acres and 32 guntas. the bombay talukdari tenure abolition act, 1949 (for short `the act') came into force on 15.8.1950. according to the respondent-state, the said land bearing survey no. 410 vested in the government by virtue of section 6 of the act. the government transferred 560 acres out of this land to the district panchyat, kheda. hence, the ex-ruler filed civil suit o.s. no. 5 of 1970 contending that the transfer of the land by the government in favour of the district panchyat was wrong as it belonged to him and government had no authority to transfer the land when the said land had not vested in the government. in that suit, reliefs of declaration, possession and permanent injunction were sought. the trial court decreed the said suit. the first appeal filed by the respondent against the decree of the trial court was allowed by learned single judge of the high court, reversing the .....

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Sep 28 2004 (SC)

ChaIn Singh Vs. Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-28-2004

Reported in : 2004(3)JKJ25[SC]; JT2004(8)SC77; 2004(8)SCALE348; (2004)12SCC634

..... civil appeals and the special leave petition arise out of and impugn the same judgment of the division bench of the high court of jammu & kashmir which allowed the letters patent appeals of the respondents.2. a popular hindu shrine in jammu thronged by devotees all round the year, mata vaishno devi is situated on the trikuta hills, approximately 45 kilometers .....

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Sep 24 2004 (SC)

Haryana Urban Development Authority Vs. Dheer Singh Bhatti

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-24-2004

Reported in : IV(2004)CPJ33(SC); JT2004(8)SC17; 2004(8)SCALE187; (2005)9SCC555

s. n. variava, j.1. leave granted.2. before this court a large number of appeals have been filed by the haryana urban development authority and/or the ghaziabad development authority challenging orders of the national consumer disputes redressal commission, granting to complainants, interest at the rate of 18% per annum irrespective of the fact of each case. this court has, in the case of ghaziabad development authority vs . balbir singh : air2004sc2141 , deprecated this practice. this court has held that interest at the rate of 18% cannot be granted in all cases irrespective of the facts of the case. this court has held that the consumer forums could grant damages/compensation for mental agony/harassment where it finds misfeasance in public office. this court has held that such compensation is a recompense for the loss or injury and it necessarily has to be based on a finding of loss or injury and must co-relate with the amount of loss or injury. this court has held that the forum or the commission thus had to determine that there was deficiency in service and/or misfeasance in public office and that it has resulted in loss or injury. this court has also laid down certain other guidelines which the forum or the commission has to follow in future cases.3. this court is now taking up the cases before it for disposal as per principles set out in earlier judgment. on taking the cases we find that the copies of the claim/petitions made by the respondent/complainant and the .....

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Sep 17 2004 (SC)

Siri Ram Batra and ors. Vs. Financial Commissioner, Delhi and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-17-2004

Reported in : 113(2004)DLT891(SC); JT2004(8)SC36; (2005)140PLR545; 2004(7)SCALE712; (2004)12SCC52

..... high court by a detailed and well- considered order did not find any merit in the writ petition. consequently the writ petition was dismissed. thereafter, the appellants filed the letters patent appeal no. 468 of 1999 before the division bench of the high court. by the impugned judgment the division bench of the high court, agreeing with the findings recorded by .....

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Sep 16 2004 (SC)

Anil Kumar Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-16-2004

Reported in : JT2004(8)SC355; 2004(7)SCALE684

..... are of little assistance to them to throw doubt on veracity of prosecution case. (see surendra paswan v. state of jharkhand : (2003)12scc360 .12. the trial court's conclusions were patently based on surmises and conjectures and were contrary to the evidence. there was no basis for the trial court to conclude that accused-appellant anil kumar acted in exercise of .....

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Sep 10 2004 (SC)

i.T.C. Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Central Excise, New Delhi and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-10-2004

Reported in : 2004(96)ECC97; 2004(171)ELT433(SC); JT2004(7)SC409; 2004(7)SCALE540; (2004)7SCC591

..... provided for'. and yet according to the tribunal's and the revenue's interpretation of the notification, the excise officer would have had to do just that apart from the patent impracticability of the matter, the question whether the price so fixed by the excise authority is 'reasonable' or not would itself be justiciable with the consequent blockage of revenue in ..... to accept the high court's prima facie view, the printed mrp should reflect the actual price at which the particular kind of cigarette is sold throughout the country. the patent impossibility of this was acknowledged by the tribunal which held that the actual price at which the cigarettes were sold could not 'lawfully or logically' be the printed mrp because .....

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Sep 03 2004 (SC)

Avm M.S. Brar, Avsm, Vm Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-03-2004

Reported in : AIR2004SC5141; 2004(4)AWC3085(SC); 113(2004)DLT514(SC); JT2004(7)SC148; 2004(7)SCALE410; (2004)12SCC114; (2004)3UPLBEC2641

..... duty. the appellant moved a civil contempt petition praying for contempt action against the respondent authorities for disobeying the order of the court. the respondent authorities later filed a letters patent appeal [no. 95 of 2002] against the order and judgment dated 7.1.2002 passed by the single judge. according to the appellant the respondent authorities deliberately got adjournments in .....

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Aug 25 2004 (SC)

Rambhau Namdeo Gajre Vs. Narayan Bapuji Dhotra (Dead) Through Lrs.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-25-2004

Reported in : AIR2004SC4342; 2004(5)ALLMR(SC)1189; 2004(4)AWC3044(SC); 2005(2)BomCR315; JT2004(8)SC415; 2004(3)KLT728(SC); 2004(7)SCALE318; (2004)8SCC614; 2004(2)LC1364(SC)

..... .p. v. district judge and ors., : air1997sc53 , and it was held thus:'having given our anxious consideration to the rival contentions we find that the high court with respect had patently erred in taking the view that because of section 53a of the transfer of property act the proposed transferees of the land had acquired an interest in the lands which .....

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Aug 20 2004 (SC)

Dasari Siva Prasad Reddy Vs. the Public Prosecutor, High Court of A.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-20-2004

Reported in : AIR2004SC4383; 2004(2)ALD(Cri)677; II(2004)DMC383SC; JT2004(6)SC489; 2004(7)SCALE59; (2004)11SCC282

p. venkatarama reddi, j.1. by the impugned judgment, the high court of andhra pradesh reversed the acquittal recorded by the sessions judge and convicted the appellant under section 302 ipc and sentenced him to life imprisonment however, the acquittal under section 498a was confirmed.2. the appellant, who was an elementary school teacher, married the victim lakshmi devi in the year 1991. a daughter and son were born to them in 1993 and 1995 respectively. at the crucial time they were residing in pulivendla, cuddapah district.3. it is the case of the prosecution that there were intermittent quarrels between the couple and there were also demands from the appellant for additional dowry. the accused even suspected the fidelity of his wife.4. on the morning of 20th april, 1996, lakshmi devi was found dead lying on a cot with injuries on the neck and forehead. a jute twine rope was found underneath the cot, according to some of the witnesses. the first one amongst the prosecution witnesses who noticed her unnatural death was her brother (pw3) who was a lecturer residing in the same town. he went to the house of the accused at about 6.30 a.m. having been informed by the accused that something happened to his sister. the accused himself took pw3 to his house. according to the prosecution, the accused made himself scarce thereafter. pw3 sent a jeep to bring his parents living in a nearby village. the parents of the deceased, her brother and other relations came down to pulivendla .....

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Aug 20 2004 (SC)

State of U.P. Vs. Kishan Chand and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-20-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD(Cri)759; JT2004(6)SC535; 2004(7)SCALE75; (2004)7SCC629

h.k. sema, j. 1. nine accused were put on trial before the addl. sessions judge. during the pendency of the trial, one accused died, therefore, eight accused have faced the trial. at the end of the trial, the trial court acquitted accused nos. 6, 7, and 8 of all the charges. no appeal was preferred by the state against their acquittal. the five accused (respondents herein) namely kishan chand, rama shankar, ram chandra, gauri shankar and chhotey lal were convicted under various sections of law as follows:-accused kishan chand was sentenced to undergo life imprisonment under sections 302/34 and 302/149 i.p.c. six months r.i. under section 323 i.p.c. one years r.i. under section 148 i.p.c. and 5 years r.i. under section 307 read with section 149 i.p.c. and 5 years r.i.2. accused rama shankar was sentenced to undergo life imprisonment under section 302 i.p.c. one year r.i. under section 148 i.p.c. 5 years r.i. under section 307/149 i.p.c. and 6 months r.i. under section 323 read with 34 i.p.c. 3. accused ram chandra son of bala sukh and gauri shanker were sentenced to undergo life imprisonment under section 302 read with section 34 i.p.c. and section 302 read with section 149 i.p.c. six months r.i. under section 323/34 i.p.c. one year r.i. under section 149 and 5 years r.i. under section 307 read with section 149 i.p.c. 4. accused chhotey lal was sentenced to undergo one year r.i. under section 148 i.p.c. life imprisonment under section 302/149 i.p.c. and five years r.i. under .....

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