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Apr 30 2015 (HC)

Puri Construction P. Ltd. and Ors. Vs. Larsen and Toubro Ltd. and Anr ...

Court : Delhi

..... any default on the part of the owner under this agreement or in the event of non-availability of building materials controlled by the government, government restrictions, civil commotion, court order, injunction, any act of god, and/or the prevailing market conditions, the developer shall be entitled to reasonable extension of time for completing the construction. clause34 the developer shall not be ..... ii coal could be applied to calculate the escalation in coke price produced by using washery grade i coal. 60. delhi development authority vs r.s. sharma (2008) 13 scc80is another instance, where the court set aside an arbitral award on the ground that the arbitral tribunal had failed to advert to clause 3.16 of the disputed contract, which happened to ..... 'ble mr. justice najmi waziri mr. justice s. ravindra bhat % 1. these appeals under section 37 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, (hereafter the act ) are preferred against the judgment and order of the learned single judge dated 26.11.2008, in o.m.p. no.26/2003. the impugned judgment set aside the order of the learned sole arbitrator who constituted ..... ., 2014 (3) arb lr105(delhi) and delhi development authority v. bhardwaj brothers, air2014delhi 147. a division bench of fao (os) 21/2009 and connected cases page 94 the madras high court in central warehousing corporation v a.s.a. transport, (2008) 3 mlj382also held that once an award has been set aside, consequential reliefs cannot be granted under section 34. the .....

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Sep 03 2012 (TRI)

R.K. Nafria Vs. Uoi and Others

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

..... in both his apars that he met the targets set for him for the periods in question. 25. in dev dutts case (supra) decided by the apex court on 12.05.2008, it directed the departments concerned to convey all the below benchmark grading to the concerned person and to have his representation and in consideration thereof, if his acr is ..... time limit of one month. the reason for such time limit is not far to seek. the officers at the level of joint secretary and additional secretary are required to act as reporting and reviewing authorities in cases of large number of officers. it is reasonable to expect that with highly taxing load of work and need to record on a ..... was found that his integrity was not doubted and his work also in all those respects was found to be satisfactory. under those circumstances, the remark that he "does not act dispassionately when faced with dilemma" must be pointed out with reference to specific instances in which he did not perform that duty satisfactorily so that he would have an opportunity ..... of an officer concerned so as to grade him in various categories as outstanding, very good, good, satisfactory and average, etc. the competent authority and the reviewing authority have to act fairly or objectively in assessing the character, integrity and performance of the incumbent. it is seen that in the review order, various grounds on which the various criteria are to .....

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May 18 2018 (HC)

Aseem Kapoor vs.state of Nct of Delhi

Court : Delhi

..... c22082015, 2209/ 2015 & 3480/2015 page 46 of 142 be drawn on the basis of those materials to conclude the complaint to be unacceptable. the court should not act on annexures to the petitions under section 482 of the cr.p.c., which cannot be termed as evidence without being tested and proved .58. reliance ..... 01.12.1982, state of a.p. vs. gourishetty mahesh and ors. criminal appeal no.1252 of 2010 (arising out of the slp (crl.) no.3061 of 2008) decided on 15.07.2010, r.p. kapur v. state of punjabmanu/sc/0086/19 1960crilj1239 , state of uttar pradesh v. r.k. srivastava manu/sc/ ..... exercise of inherent powers under section 482. 104. vide the guidelines laid down by the hon ble apex court in som mittal vs. government of karnataka, criminal appeal no.206 of 2008 decided on 21.02.2008, a consideration of the scope and ambit of the power under section 482 of the criminal procedure code, 1973 as ..... derogation crl.m.c22082015, 2209/ 2015 & 3480/2015 page 40 of 142 of the prohibition of smoking in public places rules, 2008, under section 4 of cigarette and other tobacco products act- 2003 (cotpa). as per the charge-sheet no health trade license was granted to the hotel for the terrace area adjoining the ..... criminal appeal no.1252 of 2010 (arising out of the slp (crl.) no.3061 of 2008) decided on 15.07.2010 to the effect : - 12) while exercising jurisdiction under section 482 of the code, the high court would not ordinarily embark upon an enquiry whether the evidence in question is reliable or not or .....

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Jan 24 2019 (HC)

M/S C & C Maritime Pte Ltd vs.advance Surfactants India Ltd

Court : Delhi

..... natural justice infringement of natural ex.p. 311/2014 page 13 15. in national ability s.a. vs. tinna oil & chemicals ltd. & ors., (2008) 105 drj446 this court has also considered and rejected the plea of violation of principles of natural justice in arbitration proceedings with the following observation:-" 27(c) .one cannot be oblivious ..... navin chawla ex.appl.(os) 233/2015 & 607/2015 1. this petition has been filed under section 49 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (hereinafter referred to as the act?) seeking enforcement of the arbitral awards dated 19.11.2013 and 21.03.2014 passed by the arbitral tribunal adjudicating the disputes that have arisen ..... :-"that 27. in our view, what has been stated by this court in renusagar with reference to section 7(1)(b)(ii)of the foreign awards act must equally apply to the ambit and scope of section 48(2)(b) of the 1996 act. in renusagar it has been expressly exposited the expression public policy in ..... wider import than the public policy in section 7(1)(b)(ii) of the foreign awards act. we have no hesitation in holding that renusagar must apply for the purposes of section 48(2)(b) of the 1996 act. insofar as for setting aside an award under section 34 is concerned, the principles laid down ..... section 7(1)(b)(ii) of the foreign awards act refers to the public policy of india. the expression public policy used in section 7(1)(b)(ii) was held to mean public policy .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

State Vs. Mohd. Naushad and ors

Court : Delhi

..... the disclosure statement ex. pw-23/b to that extent was admissible, as it related to a fact discovered pursuant to accuseds statement, under section 27 evidence act. the trial court held that the circumstance regarding pointing out of the shop from where a wall clock was purchased, on 17-5-1996, was proved through a part of ..... the setting in which it is discovered.. was, in that context, relied on. reliance was also placed on the decision reported as inspector of police, tamil nadu v balaprasanna 2008 (11) scc 64.and jaffar hussain dastagir v state of maharastra 1969 (2) scc 872.(b) arguments of mirza nisar hussain @ naza (a-5) 28. learned ..... impugned judgment which are as follows: (23) pointing out dulhan dupatta shop by a3, a5 and a6:279. case of the prosecution is that on 18/6/2008 a3, a5 and a6 led the police party to the shop of sumit kumar at 2d35, lajpat nagar where on 19/5/1996 at around 6 pm they ..... on the testimonies of pw-98, pw-99, and the judgment of ld. asj ahemdabad in sc no. 220/1998 and 89/2008. the court observed that the stay of the four, including a-9 and a-10 at anukul guest house in ahmedabad on 24.05.1996 was proved ..... since substantial arguments were heard. the accuseds petition was rejected, by an order of the court, dated 17-9-2008. consequently, arguments had to be addressed afresh; even as on 6-11-2008, no prosecutor had been assigned for the case before the new court. eventually, arguments began, and all defence arguments concluded on 6-4-2009. at that stage .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Javed Ahmed Khan @ Chhota Javed Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

..... the disclosure statement ex. pw-23/b to that extent was admissible, as it related to a fact discovered pursuant to accuseds statement, under section 27 evidence act. the trial court held that the circumstance regarding pointing out of the shop from where a wall clock was purchased, on 17-5-1996, was proved through a part of ..... the setting in which it is discovered.. was, in that context, relied on. reliance was also placed on the decision reported as inspector of police, tamil nadu v balaprasanna 2008 (11) scc 64.and jaffar hussain dastagir v state of maharastra 1969 (2) scc 872.(b) arguments of mirza nisar hussain @ naza (a-5) 28. learned ..... impugned judgment which are as follows: (23) pointing out dulhan dupatta shop by a3, a5 and a6:279. case of the prosecution is that on 18/6/2008 a3, a5 and a6 led the police party to the shop of sumit kumar at 2d35, lajpat nagar where on 19/5/1996 at around 6 pm they ..... on the testimonies of pw-98, pw-99, and the judgment of ld. asj ahemdabad in sc no. 220/1998 and 89/2008. the court observed that the stay of the four, including a-9 and a-10 at anukul guest house in ahmedabad on 24.05.1996 was proved ..... since substantial arguments were heard. the accuseds petition was rejected, by an order of the court, dated 17-9-2008. consequently, arguments had to be addressed afresh; even as on 6-11-2008, no prosecutor had been assigned for the case before the new court. eventually, arguments began, and all defence arguments concluded on 6-4-2009. at that stage .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Mohd. Naushad Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

..... the disclosure statement ex. pw-23/b to that extent was admissible, as it related to a fact discovered pursuant to accuseds statement, under section 27 evidence act. the trial court held that the circumstance regarding pointing out of the shop from where a wall clock was purchased, on 17-5-1996, was proved through a part of ..... the setting in which it is discovered.. was, in that context, relied on. reliance was also placed on the decision reported as inspector of police, tamil nadu v balaprasanna 2008 (11) scc 64.and jaffar hussain dastagir v state of maharastra 1969 (2) scc 872.(b) arguments of mirza nisar hussain @ naza (a-5) 28. learned ..... impugned judgment which are as follows: (23) pointing out dulhan dupatta shop by a3, a5 and a6:279. case of the prosecution is that on 18/6/2008 a3, a5 and a6 led the police party to the shop of sumit kumar at 2d35, lajpat nagar where on 19/5/1996 at around 6 pm they ..... on the testimonies of pw-98, pw-99, and the judgment of ld. asj ahemdabad in sc no. 220/1998 and 89/2008. the court observed that the stay of the four, including a-9 and a-10 at anukul guest house in ahmedabad on 24.05.1996 was proved ..... since substantial arguments were heard. the accuseds petition was rejected, by an order of the court, dated 17-9-2008. consequently, arguments had to be addressed afresh; even as on 6-11-2008, no prosecutor had been assigned for the case before the new court. eventually, arguments began, and all defence arguments concluded on 6-4-2009. at that stage .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Mohd. Ali Bhatt @ Kille Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

..... the disclosure statement ex. pw-23/b to that extent was admissible, as it related to a fact discovered pursuant to accuseds statement, under section 27 evidence act. the trial court held that the circumstance regarding pointing out of the shop from where a wall clock was purchased, on 17-5-1996, was proved through a part of ..... the setting in which it is discovered.. was, in that context, relied on. reliance was also placed on the decision reported as inspector of police, tamil nadu v balaprasanna 2008 (11) scc 64.and jaffar hussain dastagir v state of maharastra 1969 (2) scc 872.(b) arguments of mirza nisar hussain @ naza (a-5) 28. learned ..... impugned judgment which are as follows: (23) pointing out dulhan dupatta shop by a3, a5 and a6:279. case of the prosecution is that on 18/6/2008 a3, a5 and a6 led the police party to the shop of sumit kumar at 2d35, lajpat nagar where on 19/5/1996 at around 6 pm they ..... on the testimonies of pw-98, pw-99, and the judgment of ld. asj ahemdabad in sc no. 220/1998 and 89/2008. the court observed that the stay of the four, including a-9 and a-10 at anukul guest house in ahmedabad on 24.05.1996 was proved ..... since substantial arguments were heard. the accuseds petition was rejected, by an order of the court, dated 17-9-2008. consequently, arguments had to be addressed afresh; even as on 6-11-2008, no prosecutor had been assigned for the case before the new court. eventually, arguments began, and all defence arguments concluded on 6-4-2009. at that stage .....

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May 12 2017 (HC)

Anoop Singh vs.state

Court : Delhi

..... accused. (4) that in exercising his jurisdiction under section 227 of the code the judge which under the present code is a senior and experienced court cannot act merely as a post office or a mouthpiece of the prosecution, but has to consider the broad probabilities of the case, the total effect of ..... mohammad hussain maniyar v. state of maharashtra [(1981) 2 scc443:1981. scc (cri) 4 air1981sc1062 .) 137. in yogesh v. state of maharashtra [(2008) 10 scc394: (2009) 1 scc (cri) 51]. this court held: (scc p. 402, para25) in fact crl.rev.p. 262/2016, crl.rev.p. 263/2016, crl.rev.p. 264/2016 & ..... , 1st supplementary charge sheet dated 23.05.2007 came to be filed whereby certain documents including the cfsl report, were filed in the court. thereafter, 2nd supplementary charge sheet dated 18.01.2008 came to be filed, whereby the following persons were also arrayed as accused: i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. mr. ..... the decisions in superintendent & remembrancer of legal affairs, west bengal v. anil kumar bhunja, reported as (1979) 4 scc274 palwinder singh v. balwinder singh, reported as (2008) 14 scc504 om wati v. state thr. delhi administration, reported as (2001) 4 scc333 state of m.p. v. s.b. johari, reported as (2000) ..... of evidence and not property . in this behalf, reliance would be placed on the decisions in varsha heera v. state, rendered in crl. rev. pet. 174/2008; sardar singh v. state of haryana, reported as 1977 crl lj1158 s. narasimha kumar & ors. v. state of a.p., reported as 2003 crl lj3188 .....

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May 12 2017 (HC)

D. V. Malhotra vs.state

Court : Delhi

..... accused. (4) that in exercising his jurisdiction under section 227 of the code the judge which under the present code is a senior and experienced court cannot act merely as a post office or a mouthpiece of the prosecution, but has to consider the broad probabilities of the case, the total effect of ..... mohammad hussain maniyar v. state of maharashtra [(1981) 2 scc443:1981. scc (cri) 4 air1981sc1062 .) 137. in yogesh v. state of maharashtra [(2008) 10 scc394: (2009) 1 scc (cri) 51]. this court held: (scc p. 402, para25) in fact crl.rev.p. 262/2016, crl.rev.p. 263/2016, crl.rev.p. 264/2016 & ..... , 1st supplementary charge sheet dated 23.05.2007 came to be filed whereby certain documents including the cfsl report, were filed in the court. thereafter, 2nd supplementary charge sheet dated 18.01.2008 came to be filed, whereby the following persons were also arrayed as accused: i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. mr. ..... the decisions in superintendent & remembrancer of legal affairs, west bengal v. anil kumar bhunja, reported as (1979) 4 scc274 palwinder singh v. balwinder singh, reported as (2008) 14 scc504 om wati v. state thr. delhi administration, reported as (2001) 4 scc333 state of m.p. v. s.b. johari, reported as (2000) ..... of evidence and not property . in this behalf, reliance would be placed on the decisions in varsha heera v. state, rendered in crl. rev. pet. 174/2008; sardar singh v. state of haryana, reported as 1977 crl lj1158 s. narasimha kumar & ors. v. state of a.p., reported as 2003 crl lj3188 .....

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