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Feb 18 2011 (HC)

M/S Bhanu Construction Co. Pvt.Ltd. Vs. National thermal Power Corp. L ...

Court : Delhi

..... the defendant also being responsible for delay, is a finding of fact and cannot be interfered with in exercise of jurisdiction under sections 30 & 33 of the act. no merit is therefore found in the objections of the defendant to the rejection of the said counter claim. the said objection is accordingly rejected.47. ..... the plaintiff to prove the same. the award does not even state as to how and in accordance with which formula price variation has been worked out.20. it is also not the case that the arbitrators were required to give a non- speaking award. the arbitrators are required to give reasons and not ..... by the arbitrators in this court. notice of filing of the award was issued. objections (i.a. no.4972/1994) under section 30&33 of the arbitration act, 1940 of the defendant to the award are for consideration. no objections to the award have been preferred by the plaintiff. usual issues were framed on 8 ..... p. darvotkar air 1991 sc 2089 (para 12);g) food corporation of india v. joginderpal mohinderpal singh air 1989 sc 777 (paras 7,8 & 10);h) coimbatore dist. p.t. sangam v. bala subramania foundry air 1987 sc 2045 (para 7);i) vikas majdoor kamdar sahkari mandli ltd. (supra) (para 5,11,16 ..... from the date of the award i.e. 22 nd july, 1993 till the date of actual payment or date of decree whichever is earlier.43. the senior counsel for the defendant has contended that the award of pre reference interest is contrary to the interest act, 1978; it is urged that the notice claiming interest .....

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Apr 10 2006 (SC)

T.N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2006SC1774; 2006(4)AWC4043(SC); JT2006(4)SC553; 2006(4)SCALE252; (2006)5SCC45

..... coal washery, and not in public interest.the claim made by mr. k.k. srivastava that he is a public spirited person involved in protection of environment and forests and that he is not getting financial support from anybody but is spending from his own resources and contribution from his friends ..... must be understood according to its dictionary meaning. this description covers all statutorily recognised forests, whether designated as reserved, protected or otherwise, for the purpose of section 2(i) of the fc act. the term 'forest land' would also include any area recorded as forest in the government record irrespective of the ..... been placed on record. according to it, the total income from business is shown as rs. 51,560/-and from other sources at rs. 1,02,947/- total being rs. 1,54,507/-. it has not been disclosed as to when the original income tax return was filed. the amount of ..... interloper or wayfarer or officious intervener without any interest or concern except for personal gain or private profit or other oblique' consideration {see janata dal v. h.s. chowdhary and ors. : 1993crilj600 }21. it seems that this caution has not had the desired effect on the applicant like the present one ..... s.p. gupta v. union of india and anr. : [1982]2scr365 }.20. for the last few years, inflow of public interest litigation has increased manifold. a considerable judicial time is spent in dealing with such cases. a person acting bona fide alone can approach the court in public interest. such a remedy .....

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Nov 02 2015 (HC)

Rajesh Mohan (Ex-Staff No.3312 Vs. State of Jharkhand and Anr

Court : Jharkhand

..... terms of the contract of employment, it does not amount to retrenchment under section 2 (oo) of the act and the labour court was in error in holding that it constituted retrenchment and was protected by sections 25-f and 25-g of the act. (emphasis supplied) (xi) it has been held by hon ble the supreme court in the case of ranendra ..... area, po and ps jasidih, district deoghar, through its personnel manager, sri r.k.sinha, s/o late b.k.sinha, having h is office at m/s hyderabad industries limited, industrial area, po and ps jasidih, district deoghar, jharkhand. .......... respondent (original petitioner) coram: hon'ble mr. justice d.n.patel : hon'ble mr. justice ratnaker bhengra ---------- for the appellant :mr. s ..... response to the challenge the employer states that the services were not satisfactory, would not ipso facto mean that the services of the probationer were terminated by way of punishment.20. in the present case neither any formal departmental inquiry or any preliminary fact-finding inquiry had been held and a simple order of discharge had been passed. the high court ..... the period of probation may be extended or his services can also be terminated. (iv) here, in the facts of the present case, initially, this appellant was appointed on 22 nd may, 1997 for six months thereafter, his services was extended for twelve months and again for six months as stated hereinabove as a probationer and, thereafter, his services were terminated .....

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Apr 12 2016 (HC)

Surendra Prasad Suman and Anr Vs. State of Jharkhand and Ors

Court : Jharkhand

..... been shown below the reserved category direct recruits appointed on 14.12.1987 and the promotees. the department of forest and environment, govt. of jharkhand vide notification dated 25.02.2005 confirmed the services of eligible a.c.f.s in compliance of the direction issued by the hon ble supreme court. in the said ..... orders of promotion and appointment of respondents and others since the appointment of the respondents were issued 16 to 21 years back, directed respondent state to act in terms with the decision rendered by the hon ble supreme court in sanjay kumar sinha ii-versus-state of bihar reported in (2004) 10 ..... 04.10.2007, issued by the state of jharkhand and for implementing the final seniority list dated 02.07.2010 issued by the state of bihar in the state of jharkhand in accordance with condition as note no. 3 of jharkhand's final seniority list dated 04.10.2007.20. in remaining two writ applications, w.p. ..... .o. hinoo, dist. ranchi.13. sunil kumar, son of not known to the petitioner at present posted and working as a.c.f., dhalbhum forest division, c.h. area (e), road no. 1, p.o. and p.s. bistupur, dist - jamshedpur.14. surendra prasad suman son of not known to the petitioner at ..... appointment and seniority of direct recruit officers of 1987 batch (1st list) and all direct officers of 1988 and 1989 batch (2 nd and 3rd list). the hon'ble jharkhand high court vide its order dated 14.07.2006 has relied upon the decision rendered in the case of roshan lal-versus-international .....

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Nov 29 2002 (HC)

State of Jharkhand and Etc. Vs. Anil Sharma and Etc.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2003CriLJ1739

..... and dust out the smear of dust as all these things clog the very truth. so long chaff, cloud and dust remain, the criminals are clothed with this protective layer to receive the benefit of doubt. so it is the solemn duty of the courts, not to merely conclude and leave the case the moment suspicions are created ..... with d. ws. 4 and 6 and the informant of this case was not an inmate of the hospital ward no. 2 rather an inmate of ward no. 6 nd p.ws. 4 and 5 were inmates of ward no. 7 along with d. ws. 1 and 2, there is averment in para 4 of ext. v ..... and motive for the commission of the occurrence in question and motive and genesis of the occurrence, therefore, accordingly, stand established in the facts and circumstances of this case. 20. according to the prosecution case, as averred in the fardbeyan (ext. 8), the occurrence in question is said to have taken place at 6.45 am. on 22 ..... t. no. 443/ 99 by sri prabodh ranjan dash, addl. judicial commissioner-cum-special judge iv, ranchi whereby and whereunder appellant anil sharma (cr. appeal no. 166/02) has been found guilty for the offence under section 302 and 307/34 i.p.c. and convicted and he was sentenced to death for the offence under section 302 ..... 339/ 1998 under sections 386, 414, 120b, 109 i.p.c. and under section 25(1-b), 26 and 35 of the arms act and this ext. w/13 was earlier marked as ext.h.7. on the basis of the oral and documentary evidence on the record referred to above the learned court below has found appellant anil sharma .....

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Sep 26 2012 (SC)

Om Prakash and ors Vs State of Jharkhand Through the Secretary, Depart ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... record to establish that their action is indefensible, mala fide and vindictive, they cannot be subjected to prosecution. sanction must be a precondition to their prosecution. it affords necessary protection to such police personnel. plea regarding sanction can be raised at the inception.39. in our considered opinion, in view of the facts which we have discussed hereinabove, ..... bistupur p.s. case no.125/03 u/s. 25 (1-b)/a/26/35 arms act.c. adityapur p.s. case no.139/04 u/ss.392/411 i.p.c.20. finally, dy.s.p. kujur has stated that the state of jharkhand got the entire matter thoroughly inquired into by deputy commissioner, east singhbhoom, jamshedpur and the report ..... the brothers of deceased munna singh. the dead body was handed over to sanjay narayan singh, the brother-in-law of deceased munna singh and a receipt dated 02/07/2004 to that effect was given by him to the police. the copy of the receipt is seen by us. it is counter signed by asha shankar singh ..... his submissions, counsel relied on the judgment of the federal court in dr. hori ram singh v. empower [air 1939 fc 43] judgments of this court in matajog dobey v. h.c. bhari, [1955) 2 scr 925] pukhraj v. state of rajasthan & anr., [1974 (1) scr 559] nagraj v. state of mysore [air 1964 sc 269], raj kishor ..... s. case no.149/03 u/s. 307/387/34/120(b) ipc and section 27 of the arms act.g. sakchi p.s. case no.144/03 under sections 324/307/387/34 i.p.c. and 27 arms act.h. parsudhih p.s. case no.182/03 u/s. 414 i.p.c. and section 25(1- b .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Nilam Katara Vs. State Govt. of Nct of Delhi and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... used by the accused and, with the permission of the court, by the prosecution, to contradict such witness in accordance with section 145 of the evidence act. these are the protections made available during investigation. crl.a.nos.910, 741, 958/2008, crl.rev.p.no.369/2008, crl.a.nos.1322/2011 & 145/ ..... remission for burning in a vehicle of wife and four children, where wife and two daughters died. (ii) 2014 (58) scale525 alber oraon v. state of jharkhand : sentence of 30 years imprisonment without remission in addition to sentence already undergone for murder of woman and two children on property/land dispute. (iii) 2014 ( ..... included visits for confirmation of tuberculosis. notice was also taken of the expenses involved in taking the convicts to the hospitals. by the order of 2 nd february, 2012 the jail authorities as well as aiims were directed to produce details of the expenditure incurred on their security, stay, treatment etc. the ..... accused from jail to court/hospitals during the period of their detention. g) all the expenses incurred in providing medical treatment to the injured/victims. h) all the expenses incurred in providing compensation to the injured/victims by the state. i) all the expenses incurred by the complainant/injured/victim in ..... and was concluded only on 03.07.2014 (summer vacations included) after 20.05.2014, 21.05.2014, 22.05.2014, 23.05.2014, 24.05.2014, 26.05.2014, 27.05.02.14 28.05.2014, 30.05.2014, 31.05.2014, 02.06.2014, 03.06.2014, 05.06.2014, 06.06.2014, .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

State Vs. Vikas Yadav and Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... used by the accused and, with the permission of the court, by the prosecution, to contradict such witness in accordance with section 145 of the evidence act. these are the protections made available during investigation. crl.a.nos.910, 741, 958/2008, crl.rev.p.no.369/2008, crl.a.nos.1322/2011 & 145/ ..... remission for burning in a vehicle of wife and four children, where wife and two daughters died. (ii) 2014 (58) scale525 alber oraon v. state of jharkhand : sentence of 30 years imprisonment without remission in addition to sentence already undergone for murder of woman and two children on property/land dispute. (iii) 2014 ( ..... included visits for confirmation of tuberculosis. notice was also taken of the expenses involved in taking the convicts to the hospitals. by the order of 2 nd february, 2012 the jail authorities as well as aiims were directed to produce details of the expenditure incurred on their security, stay, treatment etc. the ..... accused from jail to court/hospitals during the period of their detention. g) all the expenses incurred in providing medical treatment to the injured/victims. h) all the expenses incurred in providing compensation to the injured/victims by the state. i) all the expenses incurred by the complainant/injured/victim in ..... and was concluded only on 03.07.2014 (summer vacations included) after 20.05.2014, 21.05.2014, 22.05.2014, 23.05.2014, 24.05.2014, 26.05.2014, 27.05.02.14 28.05.2014, 30.05.2014, 31.05.2014, 02.06.2014, 03.06.2014, 05.06.2014, 06.06.2014, .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Vishal Yadav Vs. State Govt. of Up

Court : Delhi

..... used by the accused and, with the permission of the court, by the prosecution, to contradict such witness in accordance with section 145 of the evidence act. these are the protections made available during investigation. crl.a.nos.910, 741, 958/2008, crl.rev.p.no.369/2008, crl.a.nos.1322/2011 & 145/ ..... remission for burning in a vehicle of wife and four children, where wife and two daughters died. (ii) 2014 (58) scale525 alber oraon v. state of jharkhand : sentence of 30 years imprisonment without remission in addition to sentence already undergone for murder of woman and two children on property/land dispute. (iii) 2014 ( ..... included visits for confirmation of tuberculosis. notice was also taken of the expenses involved in taking the convicts to the hospitals. by the order of 2 nd february, 2012 the jail authorities as well as aiims were directed to produce details of the expenditure incurred on their security, stay, treatment etc. the ..... accused from jail to court/hospitals during the period of their detention. g) all the expenses incurred in providing medical treatment to the injured/victims. h) all the expenses incurred in providing compensation to the injured/victims by the state. i) all the expenses incurred by the complainant/injured/victim in ..... and was concluded only on 03.07.2014 (summer vacations included) after 20.05.2014, 21.05.2014, 22.05.2014, 23.05.2014, 24.05.2014, 26.05.2014, 27.05.02.14 28.05.2014, 30.05.2014, 31.05.2014, 02.06.2014, 03.06.2014, 05.06.2014, 06.06.2014, .....

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Feb 06 2015 (HC)

Sukhdev Yadav Vs. State and Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... used by the accused and, with the permission of the court, by the prosecution, to contradict such witness in accordance with section 145 of the evidence act. these are the protections made available during investigation. crl.a.nos.910, 741, 958/2008, crl.rev.p.no.369/2008, crl.a.nos.1322/2011 & 145/ ..... remission for burning in a vehicle of wife and four children, where wife and two daughters died. (ii) 2014 (58) scale525 alber oraon v. state of jharkhand : sentence of 30 years imprisonment without remission in addition to sentence already undergone for murder of woman and two children on property/land dispute. (iii) 2014 ( ..... included visits for confirmation of tuberculosis. notice was also taken of the expenses involved in taking the convicts to the hospitals. by the order of 2 nd february, 2012 the jail authorities as well as aiims were directed to produce details of the expenditure incurred on their security, stay, treatment etc. the ..... accused from jail to court/hospitals during the period of their detention. g) all the expenses incurred in providing medical treatment to the injured/victims. h) all the expenses incurred in providing compensation to the injured/victims by the state. i) all the expenses incurred by the complainant/injured/victim in ..... and was concluded only on 03.07.2014 (summer vacations included) after 20.05.2014, 21.05.2014, 22.05.2014, 23.05.2014, 24.05.2014, 26.05.2014, 27.05.02.14 28.05.2014, 30.05.2014, 31.05.2014, 02.06.2014, 03.06.2014, 05.06.2014, 06.06.2014, .....

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