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Dec 31 2013 (FN)

Bnj Vs. Smrt Trains Ltd and Another

Court : Singapore Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-31-2013

..... . it operates to aid the plaintiff in establishing prima facie negligence where it is not possible for him to prove precisely what was the act or omission leading to his injury. in such circumstance, the court may take the accident itself as evidence of the defendant's failure to take reasonable care on the balance of probabilities. as stated by ..... - height psds109. that meant that it was reasonably safe also without interim barriers. i accept this argument. the decision to install the half-height psds was taken in 2008. the likelihood of an accidental one-under incident was infinitesimal immediately before and immediately after the decision was taken. the magnitude of the harm was also identically catastrophic immediately ..... standard of 0.4 passenger injuries per million passenger trips , and were in keeping with prevailing international practices . the decision to install half-height psds was taken in 2008 primarily to improve operational efficiency by reducing train downtime caused by track intrusions of all kinds, and to improve the attractiveness of public transport as an alternative to private transport ..... broadcast in four languages about one minute before a train reaches the mrt station, reminding passengers to stand behind the yellow line. 74. mr teo explained that since august 2008, smrt has deployed extra station personnel at platforms during peak hours on weekdays to control human traffic. smrt also initiated various customer education programs between 2004 and 2006 which .....

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Dec 30 2013 (FN)

Blq Vs. Blr

Court : Singapore Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-30-2013

..... is seven days. the husband in sum 30400/2013 prayed for extension of time "to apply for leave under section 34 of the supreme court of judicature act". is section 34 of the supreme court of judicature act (cap 322, 2007 rev ed) ("scja") applicable in this case? section 34 states: matters that are non-appealable or appealable only ..... prescribed period for filing the application for leave to appeal is seven days. it reads: a party applying for leave under section 34 of the supreme court of judicature act to appeal against an order made, or a judgment given, by a judge must file his application to the judge within 7 days from the date of ..... or abridge the period within which a person is required or authorised by these rules or by any judgment, order or direction, to do any act in any proceedings. (2) the court may extend any such period as is referred to in paragraph (1) although the application for extension is not made until after the expiration of ..... chien wen edwin [1991] 2 slr(r) 260 at [15], ad v ae [2004] 2 slr(r) 505 at [10], [lee hsien loong v singapore democratic party [2008] 1 slr(r) 757] at [18] and anwar siraj v ting kang chung john [2010] 1 slr 1026 at [29]). it should, however, be noted that these factors ..... an application for leave to file an appeal out of time (see, eg, the oriental insurance co ltd v reliance national asia re pte ltd [2008] 3 slr(r) 121, which pertained to the late filing of a proof of debt under a scheme of arrangement for a company). [emphasis added] the .....

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Dec 20 2013 (HC)

C.Rajan Vs. Union of India

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-20-2013

..... section 120-b, ipc read with sections 7 and 13(2) read with 13(1)(d) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988. but, it appears that the special court is yet to take cognizance and issue summons, in view of the pendency of the above writ petitions, though i have ..... also not within his power to de-freeze the accounts. the learned counsel for the petitioner brought to my attention, several orders of this court whereby this court has ordered the de-freezing of the accounts of many such persons under similar circumstances, as a matter of routine. (of course, i ..... investigation, demand and acceptance of illegal gratification need not necessarily be in connection with one's own official duty. as pointed out by the supreme court in dhaneshwar narain saxena vs. the delhi administration {air1962sc195, duty and misconduct go ill-together. if a person has misconducted himself as a public ..... that it could be inferred from the doing of wrongful act intentionally without any just cause or excuse or without there being reasonable relation to the purpose of the exercise of statutory power.19. in r.thirugnanasambandam vs. central bureau of investigation {2008 (1) lw (cri.) 536}, i had an occasion ..... to consider a writ petition filed under article 226 of the constitution for quashing a charge sheet filed by the central bureau of investigation on the file of the special court for cbi cases. after referring to .....

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Dec 19 2013 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax Vs. Bharti Hexacom Ltd

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-19-2013

..... a fair appreciation of the whole fact situation before concluding whether the expenditure is in the nature of capital or revenue.? in cit vs. saw pipes limited (2008) 300 itr35 the delhi high court observed, that as the service lines did not belong to the assessee and the expenses were incurred to enable the assessee to conduct its business more efficiently, the ..... the understanding that there would be only two players who would have unfettered right to operate and provide cellular telephone service in the circle. the payment, therefore, had element of warding off competition or protecting the business from third party competition. iv. under the 1994 agreement, the licence was initially for 10 years extendable by one year or more at the ..... , payable under the new telecom policy 1999 or 1994 agreement, is revenue expenditure or capital expenditure which is required to be amortized under section 35abb of the income tax act, 1961 (act, for short).5. at the very outset, we would like to reproduce section 35abb, which reads: 35abb.(1) in respect of any expenditure, being in the nature of capital expenditure ..... a person has to pay to establish the business. it therefore, represents composite payment, both capital and revenue.33. the licence fee was imposed and payable under the indian telegraph act and other statutory provisions and was/is mandatory. failure to pay the same would/will result in discontinuance or stoppage of business operations. under 1999 policy, the amount payable speaks .....

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Dec 17 2013 (HC)

State Vs. Govindaswamy

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-17-2013

..... been done by way of such cross examination as against the innocent victim as well as other innocent persons.359. section 148 of the indian evidence act, 1872 states:- "court to decide when question shall be asked and when witness compelled to answer:- if any such question relates to a matter not relevant to the ..... opinion as to the cause of death in a case of murder is an opinion relating to science. as per section 45 of the indian evidence act, when the court has to form an opinion upon such a point of science, the opinion of persons specially skilled in such science upon that point is a ..... the legal formalities to conduct the t.i. parade and to record the 164 cr.p.c.statement. he has taken down the statement in the open court(court hall) in-camera, after administering oath. he has certified at the bottom of the statement. according to him, the witnesses had appeared before him in response ..... certificate produced along with ext.p57. ext.p59 is the covering letter. the customer of the said number is dhanalekshmi, 1-a , anna colony, first street, ward no.4, meloor, madhurai, pin-625106. as per ext.p57, sl.nos.12 to 27 are call details on 3.2.2011 in respect of that number ..... of kerala and the bar council of india, under section 150 of the indian evidence act, 1872.366. in kusuma ankama rao v. state of a.p. [(2008)13 scc257, it was held, "the conditions precedent in the words of this court, before conviction could be based on circumstantial evidence, must be fully established. they are: .....

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Nov 29 2013 (HC)

T.Bhuvaneswari Vs. District Collector Cum District Magistrate of Erode ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-29-2013

..... considering contents of paragraph 23 of bharat plywood extracted supra, the full bench further observed, ".we cannot read this to mean that in reaching the decision the district magistrate acts as a court or that his proceedings are judicial proceedings.". the law laid down in mammoo (supra) has been followed in kunjulakshmi vs. district magistrate, reported in 1986 kerala law times 1320 ..... meeting and agreed for laying the lines through their lands. it was also explained that marking for commencement of construction of the lines in question was taken on 29-12-2008, after serving notices to all the concerned farmers through registered post. a notice was also pasted at panchayat office for intimation to the farmers. thus it was contended that the ..... not only a constitutional right but also a human right. {see lachhman dass v. jagat ram {2007 (10) scc448, vimlaben ajitbhai patel v. vatslaben ashokbhai patel {2008 (4) scc649, n.padmamma v. s.ramakrishna reddy {2008 (15) scc517, chandigarh housing board v. major general devinder singh {2007 (9) scc67. therefore, a dignified protest, even in the form of a formal letter, notice ..... nor it is necessary to give any notice by publication in local news papers as required under section 29 (2) of the electricity (supply) act, 1948. in spite of the same, the notification dated 14.07.2008 was published in the a.p. gazette as well as two local dailies inviting objections from the interested / aggrieved persons and no objections were received .....

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Nov 27 2013 (HC)

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust Vs. Afcons Infrastructure Ltd.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-27-2013

..... his jurisdiction. drawing from the case of associated engineering co. vs. government of andhra pradesh (1991) 4 scc 93 : (air 1992 sc 232) the court accepted the contention that the arbitrator who acted in disregard of the contract acted without jurisdiction. this tantamounted to misconduct on his part and vitiated the award. 42. there was no escalation clause in the contract in the ..... the test of the grant in arbitration. 40. it is held in the case of rajasthan state mines and minerals ltd. vs. eastern engineering enterprises and anr., air 1999 supreme court 3627, which dealt with the challenge to an award in a similar contract for excavation as in this case, that the contract had expressed prohibition and stipulation for non payment ..... arisen, an arbitration has been invoked and undertaken. the award is challenged essentially upon the ground that it travels beyond the contract between the parties. 4. in that regard the court would be bound and completely governed by the law laid down in the case of rajasthan state mines and minerals ltd. vs. eastern engineering enterprises and anr., air 1999 supreme ..... case of rajasthan (supra). drawing from the case of continental construction co. vs. state of madhya pradesh, air 1988 sc 1166, the supreme court repelled the contention that .....

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Nov 06 2013 (HC)

Navendra Kumar Vs. Union of India and Another

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Nov-06-2013

..... (union list) of the constitution of india. relying on the definition of ??state, as given in section 3 (58) of the general clauses act, the supreme court held that ??state also meant a ??union territory and so far as entry 80 was concerned, since the substitution of term ??union territory, for ..... dspe by way of this resolution has been made an integral part of cbi in its original form as established under the dspe act, 1946. ? 25. as this court noticed that the central bureau of investigation was claimed to have been created by a resolution, dated 01.04.1963, of the ..... whereas other principles, although considered in their relation to the case decided, are seldom completely investigated as to their possible bearing on other cases. nevertheless courts have sometimes given dicta the same effect as holdings, particularly where ??judicial dicta as distinguished from ??obiter dictum are involved ? 22. according to p. ..... the case of oriental insurance company limited vs. smt. raj kumari and ors. (air 2008 sc 403), wherein the supreme court has pointed out that the reason or principle, on which a question before a court has been decided, is alone binding as a precedent. a case is precedent and binding ..... again, in dadu dayalu mahasabha, jaipur (trust) vs. mahant ram niwas and anr. (air 2008 sc 2187), the supreme court, while dealing with the doctrine of precedent, has held as under: ??19. the judgment of a court, it is trite, should not be interpreted as a statute. the meaning of the words used .....

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Oct 29 2013 (HC)

Vivek Batra Vs. the Union of India Through the Secretary, Ministry of ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-29-2013

..... unless it is satisfied that such error, omission or irregularity has resulted in a failure of justice; (c) no court shall stay the proceedings under this act on any other ground and no court shall exercise the powers of revision in relation to any interlocutory order passed in any inquiry, trial, appeal or other ..... agency of a larger number of officials and authorities. the constitution, therefore, requires and so did the rules of business framed by the rajpramukh of pepsu provide, that the action must be taken by the authority concerned in the name of the rajpramukh. it is not till this formality is observed ..... specific statutory exception. to hold that such an exception exists that a private complaint for offences of corruption committed by public servant is not maintainable, the court would require an unambiguous statutory provision and a tangled web of argument for drawing a far fetched implication, cannot be a substitute for an express statutory ..... sanction for criminal prosecution. mr. setalwad submits that the matters of sufficiency and adequacy of evidence have to be dealt with by the competent criminal courts. at the stage of grant of sanction, the sanctioning authority is not empowered in law to consider as to whether the material collected or gathered ..... scc 527. 5) state of m.p. v/s jiyalal, reported in air 2010 sc 1451. 6) state of karnataka v/s ameer jan, reported in air 2008 sc 108. 7) state of bihar v/s p.p. sharma, ias, reported in 1992 supp. (1) scc 222. 8) r.s. nayak v/s .....

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Oct 29 2013 (HC)

Elavarasan Vs. Neyveli Lignite Corporation

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-29-2013

..... india praying to set aside the order dated 21.06.2011 passed in i.a. no.221 of 2010 in laop no.1656 of 2008 on the file of the sub court, neyveli. for petitioner : mr. r. margabandhu in all the revision petitions for respondent : mr. n.a.k. sharma in ..... objection it was held that the appellant's application for reference having been rejected, there was in fact an award of the court in a proceeding under the act and that, therefore, there was an appeal permissible within the provisions of section 54. learned judges held that what in fact ..... ., air1924oudh 413 (harihar bakhsh singh v. jagannath singh); air1956hyderabad 133 (radhakishen v. wali mohammed); and air1957pepsu 14 (badri nath v. state of pepsu), clearly ruled that both from the section and those decisions it is clear that only appeal will lie against rejection of plaint and it is not ..... the revision petitioners immediately after the award was served on them and therefore, the period prescribed under section 18 (2) of the land acquisition act was duly complied with by the revision petitioners.4. per contra, the learned standing counsel for the corporation raised a preliminary objection as to ..... reference of the case for determination of enhanced compensation. accordingly, the revision petitioners have filed applications under section 18 (2) of the land acquisition act and based on their applications, the district collector made a reference and it was taken on file as land acquisition original petitions mentioned above. during .....

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