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Oct 27 2017 (SC)

Bijender Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-27-2017

..... which the compensation was determined by the collector by applying the belting system in working out the compensation was just and proper and as per section 23 of the act. the reference court, therefore, did not enhance the compensation awarded by the collector. all the reference petitions were accordingly dismissed.15) aggrieved by the said awards, the landowners filed separate regular first ..... deduction is, 2 therefore, made, which ranges from 20% to 50% or in appropriate cases even more. (see atma singh(dead) thr. l.rs. & ors. vs. state of haryana & anr. 2008 (2) scc568.51) keeping the aforementioned well settled principles of law in consideration, let us recapitulate the facts of the case hereinbelow to examine the issue arising in the case ..... . however, the objections filed by the landowners were rejected by collector finding no merit therein under section 5a of the act.9) this was followed by 3 declarations made and published under section 6 of the act on 21.08.2008 bearing no.lac(h)-2008-ntla/423 in respect of the land measuring 74.10 acres of land in village singhpura, lac(h ..... /426 in respect of the land measuring 199.57 acres of land in village safidon, singhpura, rampura, ratta khera and khera khemawati and lac(h)-2008-ntla/429 in respect of the land measuring 150.97 acres in village safidon and khera khemawati.10) the collector held an enquiry. he applied the belting system for determining .....

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Oct 11 2017 (SC)

Independent Thought Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-11-2017

..... years. the position as on date is that under the protection of children from sexual offences act, 2012, juvenile justice (care and protection of children) act, child marriage restraint act, 1929, protection of women from domestic violence act, 2005, the majority act, 1875, the guardians and wards act, 1890, the indian contract act, 1872 w.p. (c) no.382 of 2013 page 87 and many other legislations, a ..... an intoxicating drug is consumed by the public. while upholding the view of 23 (1986) 3 scc38524 (1984) 1 scc22225 (2008) 3 scc1w.p. (c) no.382 of 2013 page 53 the delhi high court striking down the provision as unconstitutional, this court held in paragraphs 46 and 47 of the report: it is to be borne in mind that legislations with pronounced ..... s principles of statutory interpretation, 9th edn., 2004, p. 497...... 56. in subramanian swamy v. director, cbi49, a constitution bench of this court laid down the following principle:48. (2008) 4 scc72049 (2014) 8 scc682w.p. (c) no.382 of 2013 page 104 court s approach 49. where there is challenge to the constitutional validity of a law enacted by the legislature, the ..... court must keep in view that there is always a presumption of constitutionality of an enactment, and a clear transgression of constitutional principles must .....

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May 05 2017 (SC)

Mukesh and Anr Vs. State for Nct of Delhi and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-05-2017

..... (2013) 1 scc613 chandra prakash v. state of rajasthan (2014) 8 scc340etc.) 99. in yogesh @ sachin jagdish joshi v. state of maharashtra (2008) 10 scc394 this court, after referring to the law laid down in several pronouncements, summarised the core principles of law of conspiracy in the following words: 23. thus, it ..... section 27 . 130. in mohd. inayatullah v. state of maharashtra[52]., dealing with the scope and object of section 27 of the evidence act, the court held: 12. the expression provided that together with the phrase whether it amounts to a confession or not show that the section is in the ..... the testimony of the magistrate that the declarant was fit to make the statement even without examination by the doctor the declaration can be acted upon provided the court ultimately holds the same to be voluntary and truthful. a certification by the doctor is essentially a rule of caution and therefore the ..... in character and the roving cross-examination has not eroded his credibility. it is necessary to mention here that pw-1 was admitted in the casualty ward of safdarjung hospital. as he was injured, he was medically examined by dr. sachin bajaj, pw-51, and as per the evidence, ext.pw ..... rescission of an agreement constituting criminal conspiracy: to constitute a conspiracy, meeting of minds of two or more persons for doing an illegal act or an act by illegal means is the first and primary condition and it is not necessary that all the conspirators must know each and every detail of .....

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Feb 13 2017 (SC)

Nidhi Kaim and Anr. Vs. State of M P and Ors Etc

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-13-2017

..... and legal resources, in a given case, was the foundation for invocation of article 142. learned counsel ventured to clarify, that in doing complete justice, whilst a court would not act in disregard to binding provisions of law, the said restraint was applicable only with reference to an available statutory regime/scheme. thus viewed, whenever there was an ..... were not successful in gaining admission to prestigious courses (- or, in acclaimed institutions). and therefore it was highlighted, that parents also derived great pleasure and satisfaction, when their wards gained admission to important courses, and/or in prestigious institutions. children as also parents, therefore, strive for societal recognition, when they compete for admission to professional courses. it ..... not, this vitiated process of obtaining admission to the mbbs course, was adopted during the year 2007, and prior thereto, is not known. because, mbbs admissions prior to 2008, were not investigated. investigation was initiated in the first instance, with reference to admissions, for the year 2013. thereafter, investigation was extended to those, who had gained admission ..... for the preceding years, as well. this led to the cancellation of the admission of the appellants (and others, similarly situated as them), in respect of admissions during 2008 to 2012. it was submitted, that the present controversy, should be viewed from the aforestated background (and perspective).39. it was emphasized, by learned counsel, that the .....

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Nov 01 2017 (SC)

Venture Global Engineering Llc Vs. Tech Mahindra Ltd &Amp; Anr Etc

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-01-2017

..... by a reported judgment in venture global engineering vs. satyam computer services ltd. & anr., (2008) 4 scc190(hereinafter referred to as venture-i ). this court, inter alia, held that: (i) venture was entitled to challenge the award in indian courts as the provisions of part i of aac act will apply to the award in the light of law laid down in bhatia international ..... ) be set aside in exercise of the power under section 34 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (hereinafter referred to as the aac act ). o.s. no.87 of 2012 was transferred to the court of chief judge, city civil court, hyderabad and re-numbered as o.p. no.390 of 2008.4. by order dated 31.01.2012, o.p. no.390 of ..... in venture-i, the ist additional chief judge, city civil court, secunderabad transferred o.s. no.80 of 2006 to the court of 2nd additional chief judge city 7 civil court at hyderabad. the suit was converted into an application under section 34 of the act and was renumbered o.p. no.390 of 2008. the suit/o.p. as originally filed was based on ..... venture i, the ist addl. chief judge, city civil court, secunderabad transferred o.s. no.80 of 2006 to the court of 2nd additional chief judge, city civil court of hyderabad. the suit was then converted into an application under section 34 of the act and was renumbered as o.p. no.390/2008.35. on 07.01.2009, b. ramalinga raju-chairman 19 and .....

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Feb 14 2017 (SC)

State of Karnataka Vs. Selvi J. Jayalalitha and Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-14-2017

..... residence of a2 to a4 did not warrant an inference thereof and though as this offence contemplates an agreement between two or more persons to commit an unlawful act, a court to be satisfied with regard thereto ought to have at its disposal prima facie evidence. it observed that where evidence is only circumstantial, it must be complete ..... .sasikala | | | | | | |land and building at|30-12-1988|tmt. n. sasikala|5,85,420 |i |15 | | | | | | | | |abishekapuram |sale deed | | | | | |village, ponnagar, | | | | | | |trichy in plot | | | | | | |no.102, 3rd cross | | | | | | |road, new ward, | | | | | | |no.k, block | | | | | | |no.30, t.s.no.107, | | | | | | |totally | | | | | | |measuring 3525 sq ft| | | | | | |purchased from | | | | | | |mirasi of 22a, | | | | | | |william road, | | | | | | |contonment trichy, | | | | | | |cash balance ..... . in refutation, learned senior counsel appearing for a1 submitted that the trial court wrongly excluded from consideration the income tax assessment orders in favour of the accused by relying upon the judgment of high court of patna in state of bihar vs. lalu prasad & anr., (2008) crl.l.j.2433, which, according to him, is clearly inapplicable ..... since the order passed by the patna high court was in the nature of an interlocutory order. he further stated that while .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Securities and Exchange Board of India Vs. Shri Kanaiyalal Baldevbhai ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-20-2017

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Vibha Sharma Vs. Sebi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-20-2017

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Pooja Menghani Vs. Sebi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-20-2017

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Securities Vs. Dipak Patel

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-20-2017

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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