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Jul 26 2013 (HC)

Smt. Megha Shetty Vs. State of Raj. and anr

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jul-26-2013

..... for the unreserved category.40. be that at it may, neither article 243-t of the constitution nor section 10(5) of the haryana municipal act provide for any reservation to the office of the president in favour of any candidate who does not belong to schedule caste or backward class. ..... 4 scc 1 while considering the meaning and purport of the term 'general category' in the context of election to the office of president of the municipality observed thus:- 34. the construction suggested by shri patwalia, that the words belonging to govern general category is grammatically attractive but the suggested construction not only ..... entire reservation quota will be intact and available in addition to those selected under open competition category. (vide indra sawhney, r.k. sabbarwal v. state of punjab, union of india v. virpal singh chauhan and ritesh r. sah v. dr. y.l. yamul.) but the aforesaid principle applicable to vertical (social) ..... other 3 similar matters) the judgment of indra sawhney (supra) was again considered by the hon'ble supreme court in r.k. sabharwal v. state of punjab : (1995) 2 scc 74.and the court held as follows:- 4. when a percentage of reservation is fixed in respect of a particular cadre and ..... sc 477.so also, in contravention of the judgment rendered by the supreme court in the case of r.k. sabbarwal & others vs. state of punjab, reported in (1995) 2 scc 745.in which, hon'ble supreme court held that object of reservation is to provide adequate representation to the scheduled .....

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Nov 08 2013 (HC)

Shiva @ Savaram Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Nov-08-2013

..... than ever aimed at individuals. it is almost an accepted propositions of law that the rules of customary international law which are not contrary to the municipal law shall be deemed to be incorporated in the domestic law."42. in the instant case, the german tourist is not a citizen of india ..... .p. v. shyamsunder trivedi, (1995) 4 scc262 (3) people's union for civil liberties v. union of india, (1997) 3 scc433 (4) kaushalya v. state of punjab, (1999) 6 scc754 (5) supreme court legal aid committee v. state of bihar, (1991) 3 scc482 (6) jacob george (dr) v. state of kerala, (1994) ..... by the state government. . it is to be noted with lot of satisfaction that due to initiative taken by the courts, the legislature by introducing act no.5 of 2009 had introduced section 357a by enacting victim compensation scheme. whether accused is acquitted or convicted irrespective of that, a victim is to ..... the fundamental rights, namely, the right to life contained in article 21. to many feminists and psychiatrists, rape is less a sexual offence than an act of aggression aimed at degrading and humiliating women. the rape laws do not, unfortunately, take care of the social aspect of the matter and are ..... granted to place the same on record. the case of the prosecution is that a child defined under the provisions of protection of children from sexual offences act, has been raped. section 309 of the criminal procedure code was amended by the parliament vide the criminal law (amendment) bill, 2012 i.e. bill no. .....

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Nov 08 2013 (HC)

Sanchita Gupta @ Shilpi Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Nov-08-2013

..... than ever aimed at individuals. it is almost an accepted propositions of law that the rules of customary international law which are not contrary to the municipal law shall be deemed to be incorporated in the domestic law."42. in the instant case, the german tourist is not a citizen of india ..... .p. v. shyamsunder trivedi, (1995) 4 scc262 (3) people's union for civil liberties v. union of india, (1997) 3 scc433 (4) kaushalya v. state of punjab, (1999) 6 scc754 (5) supreme court legal aid committee v. state of bihar, (1991) 3 scc482 (6) jacob george (dr) v. state of kerala, (1994) ..... by the state government. . it is to be noted with lot of satisfaction that due to initiative taken by the courts, the legislature by introducing act no.5 of 2009 had introduced section 357a by enacting victim compensation scheme. whether accused is acquitted or convicted irrespective of that, a victim is to ..... the fundamental rights, namely, the right to life contained in article 21. to many feminists and psychiatrists, rape is less a sexual offence than an act of aggression aimed at degrading and humiliating women. the rape laws do not, unfortunately, take care of the social aspect of the matter and are ..... granted to place the same on record. the case of the prosecution is that a child defined under the provisions of protection of children from sexual offences act, has been raped. section 309 of the criminal procedure code was amended by the parliament vide the criminal law (amendment) bill, 2012 i.e. bill no. .....

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Sep 16 2013 (HC)

Firm Hiralal Kaluram Vs. State and anr

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Sep-16-2013

..... street hawkers in light of article 19(1)(g) and 19 (6) of the constitution of india, the hon'ble supreme court held that the schemes framed by the municipal corporation or municipal council for such street hawkers do not have statutory force and law regulating street hawking is necessary and therefore, the court framed a particular scheme for hawkers to continue ..... appropriate legal remedy.14. the judgments cited at bar by the learned counsel for the petitioners in the case of m/s labha ram and sons v/s state of punjab and ors. reported in air 199.sc 208.wherein it was observed that in para 16 and 17 of the judgment by the apex court that in the matter of ..... . the street hawkers for whom scheme was framed by the apex court have hardly any parity with the business traders whose business is regulated under the rajasthan agriculture produce market act and allotment policy of 2005 as quoted above. therefore, this judgment is of no avail to the petitioner.17. in view of the aforesaid, these writ petitions are found to .....

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Sep 16 2013 (HC)

Firm Jagannath Krishan Lal Vs. State and anr

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Sep-16-2013

..... street hawkers in light of article 19(1)(g) and 19 (6) of the constitution of india, the hon'ble supreme court held that the schemes framed by the municipal corporation or municipal council for such street hawkers do not have statutory force and law regulating street hawking is necessary and therefore, the court framed a particular scheme for hawkers to continue ..... appropriate legal remedy.14. the judgments cited at bar by the learned counsel for the petitioners in the case of m/s labha ram and sons v/s state of punjab and ors. reported in air 199.sc 208.wherein it was observed that in para 16 and 17 of the judgment by the apex court that in the matter of ..... . the street hawkers for whom scheme was framed by the apex court have hardly any parity with the business traders whose business is regulated under the rajasthan agriculture produce market act and allotment policy of 2005 as quoted above. therefore, this judgment is of no avail to the petitioner.17. in view of the aforesaid, these writ petitions are found to .....

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Oct 01 2013 (HC)

Saint Shri Asharam Bapu Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Oct-01-2013

..... reported in 1968(3) supreme court reports p. 354. it was contended that no effort was made by the prosecution to obtain the date of birth from the municipality of city where she was born. it was the habit of the guardian and parents to show incorrect date of birth. thus, the girl should not be considered ..... 164 of the cr.p.c.attains importance in view of the provision of section 114a of the indian evidence act, 1872. hon'ble the apex court in the case of mohan lal & anr. versus state of punjab (criminal appeal nos.878-879 of 2011).decided on 11.4.2013 observed as under: the evidence of a ..... was on. her protest was lost in its noise. even otherwise, a girl of such tender age may even freeze under the shock of the most deplorable act suffered by her at the hands of a person who was worshiped by her family. the same can have a devastating effect on the psyche leaving a young ..... . in the map, mark 'b' is the door, which is the back door entry. in pursuance to his statement recorded under section 27 of the evidence act, the petitioner identified the said place as was shown by the victim. the call details show that the various co-accused were in touch with the victim and ..... that the statement of the prosecutrix under [8].sections 161 & 164 have also been recorded by audio-video electronic means as per the amended provision of the act. it was stated that the stand of the prosecutrix was consistent. in her statement under section 164 cr.p.c., the prosecutrix specifically stated that she fell ill .....

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Dec 17 2013 (HC)

N.K.Ragwani Vs. State of Raj. and anr

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Dec-17-2013

..... the rate fixed by the director. the words are: to the level of expenditure as per rates fixed by the director, health and family welfare, punjab for a similar treatment package or actual expenditure whichever is less. . as observed hereinabove, the petitioner's right to reimbursement of medical expenses which he ..... an instrumentality of state within the meaning of article 12 of the constitution of india, is obliged to be public oriented and is not expected to act in violation of constitutional or statutory provisions, oppressively vis-a-vis a pensioner, who is passing through evening phase of his life. reminding accountability of ..... case, for it is trite that law if a discretionary power has been exercised for an unauthorised purpose, it is generally immaterial whether its repository was acting in good faith or in bad faith. as was stated by lord goddard. c.j.in pilling v. abergele urban district council where a duty ..... and the syndicate is authorized to determine the [7]. quantum of amount to be reimbursed, but while considering the request of an individual, syndicate cannot act in an absolutely arbitrary and whimsical manner to reject medical claim of the retired employee. mr. avinash acharya would urge that on the face of it, ..... in that sense innocently. . thus malice in its legal sense means malice such as may be assumed from the doing of a wrongful act intentionally but without just cause or excuse, or for want of reasonable or probable cause.6. it is however not necessary to examine .....

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