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Dec 11 2002 (HC)

Goura Thappa and ors. Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-11-2002

Reported in : 2003(I)OLR215

p.k. tripathy, j.1. having been convicted by learned addl. sessions judge, bolangir in sessions case no. 11/1 of 1988 under section 307/34, i.p.c. as per the impugned judgment dated 31.3.1988 appellants have preferred this appeal.2. as it reveals from the impugned judgment and the evidence on record that on 7.6.1987 at about 7 a.m. there was a quarrel and mutual fight between the prosecution party and the appellants on a piece of land in bhadrapali locally known as 'amtibahali tangar danga duli'. in that mutual fight both the parties sustained injuries and there were f.i.r. and counter f.i.r. the case in which the appellants are the accused persons that was registered as g.r. case no. 239 of 1987 and after commitment that was registered as above noted sessions case no. 11/1 of 1988 whereas the criminal case in which the appellants party was the informant was registered as g.r. case no. 240 of 1987.3. according to the prosecution allegation p.ws. 1,2,3 and 9 sustained injuries. amongst them p.w.9 sustained stab blow on the abdomen which was found to be grievous by the doctor as per the evidence of doctor chittaranjan sadangi (p.w.7) and ext.4. similarly, p.w.2 sustained incised injury as per injury no. 4 in the injury report ext. 5, but that injury was simple in nature.4. as noted above, appellants took the plea of mutual fight and relied on documents such as the f.i.r. (ext .a). chargesheet (ext.b) and the documents relating to treatment and injury report (exts. c to f) with .....

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Dec 11 2002 (HC)

Seema Kedia Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-11-2002

Reported in : 2003(I)OLR478

b.p. das, j.1. the petitioner, who is a helpless lady and whose husband-kisan kedia died in a mysterious circumstances, has filed this application under section 482 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (cr. p.c. in short) praying for re-investigation of sambalpur town p.s. case no. 260 dated 26.7.2000 by the central bureau of investigation (c.b.i. in short) on the allegation that a clear case of murder is being tried to be hushed off by the investigation agency of the state at the behest of the masters/ employers of the deceased, who are moneyed and influential businessmen of sambalpur town.2. briefly stated, the facts giving rise to the present application. as transpire from the record. may be stated thus :on 26.7.2000 at about 6.30 a.m. on dilip kumar vegad. son of mohanlal udhaj vegad of jhaduapada, sambalpur town. made an oral information before the inspector-in-charge of sambalpur town police station disclosing the death of his co-employee. kisan kedia, and the same was reduced to writing and was treated as an f.i.r. (annexure-2). the informant in the aforesaid f.i.r. disclosed that he had been working as a salesman for the last two years in 'jay ambey general stores' at gaiety road, sambalpur, belonging to hemant kumar patel and gobardhan bhai patel. where the deceased kisan kedia was working as salesman along with two others. on 25/26.7.2000 at about 1.30 a.m. hemant kumar patel came to his residence along with the deceased and asked him to come immediately to his .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

Dr. Nilambhar Jha Vs. Special Judge/Additional District Judge and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)AWC684

..... not ordinarily be interfered with by the high court in exercise of writ jurisdiction, unless the court issatisfied that the finding is vitiated by manifest error of law or is patently perverse. the high court should not interfere with a finding of fact simply because it feels persuaded to take a different view on the material on record. 15. the question .....

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Dec 10 2002 (TRI)

Sher Singh, Director of Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : (2004)(2)SLJ69CAT

..... . goel [(1964) 4 scr 718], this court held at page 728 that if the conclusion, upon consideration of the evidence, reached by the disciplinary authority, is perverse or suffers from patent error on the face of the record or based on no evidence at all, a writ of certiorari could be issued."bank of india and anr. v. degala suryanarayana, jt .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

J. Pushpalatha Vs. Election Tribunal and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALD488; 2004(5)ALT386

..... said error of law is apparent on the face of the record. it may also be that in some cases, the impugned error of law may not be obvious or patent on the face of the record as such and the court may need an argument to discover the said error; but there can be no doubt that what can be .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

Barsala Singh Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : (2003)134PLR22

..... . the order of the financial commissioner upholding the said order was also set aside. the collector, agrarian was directed to decide the surplus area case of ruldu singh afresh. letters patent appeal no. 409 of 1969 filed by the state government was dismissed on 18.6.1971.2. in pursuance to the directions issued by the learned single judge, the collector .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

B.S. Nagarajan Vs. K.B. Sivasankaran

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : (2003)1MLJ426

..... proper lease deed executed in this regard and that his continuance in possession is not as a lessee, the question of implied tenancy also does not arise. 15. the letters patent appeal is therefore, dismissed. no costs. the connected miscellaneous petition is also dismissed.

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

G. Rajamani Vs. Petchimuthu,

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : (2003)1MLJ432

..... dereliction of duty and flagrant abuse of fundamental principles of law and in cases where it is imminent that grave injustice would be done unless the high court interferes. a patent or flagrant error in procedure or an order resulting in manifest injustice are recognised grounds to exercise the power under article 227 of the constitution of india. see (trimbak gangadhar .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

State of Orissa Vs. Gurubari Alias Guri Alias Brajakishore Mandal and ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : 2003(I)OLR156

b. panigrahi, j.1. in this appeal the order of acquittal of the respondents of the charges under section 302 of the indian penal code (for short 'ipc') and section 27 of the arms act passed by the learned second additional sessions judge. puri in sessions trial no. 20/35 of 1986 has been assailed by the state.2. the brevity of the prosecution story, as narrated in the trial court's judgment as follows :in the night of 28/29.10. 1 986 the respondents along with two others unknown culprits broke open the door of the dwelling house of the deceased sudarshan sahu and entered into the said house. the inmates of the house were then under the impression that the miscreants had trespassed into the house for commission of dacoity. however, when the household belongings were offered to them, they refused to receive the same and insisted the inmates to make way. they fired a gun from a point-blank range resulting in the death of the deceased sudarsan sahu. incidentally, all the inmates at that time were female folk, namely, the widow, a married daughter and an unmarried daughter of the deceased. after committing the crime, the culprits fled away.3. to prove the culpability of the respondents. eleven witnesses were examined by the prosecution. p.w.2 was the widow of the deceased. p.ws. 1 and 5 were the married daughter and unmarried daughter respectively. p.w.3 was a co-villager through whom the prosecution has tried to establish that respondent yudhistir mandal was possessing a gun, .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

Shaw Wallace and Co. Ltd. Vs. Board of Trustees of the Port of Bombay ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : 2003(3)BomCR851; 2003(156)ELT964(Bom); 2003(2)MhLj457

j.p. devadhar, j.1. in this petition, the petitioners have challenged the show cause notice dated 9th september, 1985 issued by the customs authorities seeking to levy penalty under section 116 of the customs act, 1962, ordinarily we would not have taken on ourself the onerous responsibility of adjudicating the show cause notice. however, since the issue sought to be raised in the above show cause notice is squarely covered by the judgment of this court, we have decided to dispose of the matter on merits.2. the petitioners were agents of a foreign flag vessel m.v. 'texas' which had called at the port of bombay on 21st october, 1981. as the agents of the vessel, the petitioners had filed import general manifest (igm) on 23rd october,1981. the vessel berthed on 26th october, 1981 and completed discharge of cargo on 28th october, 1981 and then sailed out from the port of bombay thereafter. the vessel had discharged 146 containers. one of the containers being container no. hlcu-233544-2 which was manifested under item 92 of the said igm. the said container contained 285 drums of chemical i.e. chloroquine phosphate which was an expensive chemical fetching a high premium in the indian market. the subject matter of the present petition pertains to these 285 drums contained in the said container shown at serial number 92 of the i.g.m.3. it is the case of the petitioners that on discharge of the said container, it was stored in the bombay port trust premises. it is the case of the .....

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