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Jan 10 2018 (HC)

M/S Ravinder Singh & Sons vs.m/s Evergreen Publications (India) Ltd. & ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-10-2018

..... by martin hewings?, one of the leading publications of the appellant and the subject matter herein, has been prescribed and used by many universities all over the globe including india. this work is also prescribed in guru nanak dev university, amritsar, punjab for the students of b.a. part i, ii, iii. the grievance of the appellants is that the respondents are ..... with respect to telugu textbooks girija kalyanam . the learned single judge of the andhra pradesh high court held as follows: 4. the question, therefore, is whether the act of the respondent in writing the guide is an infringement of the copyright of girija kalyanam.......................6. in this case the court below considered in extenso the question at ..... published simultaneously each week there was no copying of matches selected by the respondents. the respondents claimed copyright in their coupon and alleged infringement by the appellants. by the copyright act, 1956, section 2(1) copyright subsisted in every original literary work, a literary work including, by virtue compilation. under section 2(5)(a) and section 49(1 ..... cpc moved on behalf of plaintiff is allowed. defendant no.1 and 2 by themselves, through their agents, servants, dealers, stockiest, representatives, sellers, distributors and all other persons acting on their behalf are restrained from printing, publishing, offering for sale, selling or otherwise dealing, directly or indirectly, in "examination question papers for icse class-x examinations" conducted .....

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Feb 08 2018 (SC)

Indore Development Authority Vs. Shailendra (Dead) Through Its Lrs. An ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-08-2018

..... given situation unless aggrieved party makes out a case of prejudice and injustice, every infraction of law would not vitiate the act. this court in jankinath sarangi v. state of orissa (1969) 3 scc392observed: "5. from this material, it is argued that the principles of natural justice were violated because ..... bhai and ors. [1964].6scr261 wherein a constitution bench had held that it is not either desirable or expedient to lay down a rule of universal application but the unreasonable delay denies to the petitioner, the discretionary extraordinary remedy 82 of mandamus, certiorari or any other relief. the same was ..... 1scc250 ; improvement trust, faridkot, and ors. v. jagjit singh and ors. ; state of punjab and ors. v. hari om co-operative house building society ltd., amritsar; market committee, hodal v. krishanmurari and ors. , (1996)1scc311 and; state of haryana v. dewan singh air1996sc675 bombay, wherein this court had held that the ..... narmada bachao andolan (supra). the decision in said case is to be taken as confined to the facts and cannot be said to be of universal application. subsequent dvd/cd are not going to establish whether possession, in fact, was taken earlier. such mode of determining the possession by ..... are themselves based on the maxim "expressio unius est exclusio alterius". this maxim has been held to have limit of operation and is not of universal application in mary angel v. state of tamil nadu (1999) 5 scc209 thus, mere fact that in some of the provisions there is a .....

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