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Mar 20 2015 (HC)

Smt. Urmila Devi and Anr Vs. Laxman Singh and Anr

Court : Delhi

..... of karnataka disposing of three public interest litigations whereby a direction was issued to the state of karnataka to continue to implement a certain project known as the "bangalore-mysore infrastructure corridor project". while dismissing the appeals, the apex court held that there was no merit in them. it was further directed that: considering the frivolous argument and the mala fides ..... court fee, lawyer's fee, typing and other costs in relation to the litigation. it is for the high courts to examine these aspects and wherever necessary make requisite rules, regulations or practice direction so as to provide appropriate guidelines for the subordinate courts to follow. 62. however, there are several proceedings which are not governed by the code of civil ..... ". placing reliance on the pronouncements of the supreme court reported at (2006) 3 scc91 bansraj laltaprasad mishra v. stanley parker jones; (2002) 7 scc505 sri s.k. sarma v. mahesh kumar verma ; 2006 (130) dlt667 vishal builders pvt. ltd. v. delhi development authority & ors. and; 2006 (130) dlt120 desh raj singh v. triveni engineering & ndustries ltd. & anr., the learned single judge has ..... way of contract or as a result of a mutual promise. thus, licence as defined in section 52 of the indian easement act can be a unilateral grant and unsupported by any consideration. the supreme court in state of punjab v. brig. sukhjit singh, 1993 (3) scc459has observed that, payment of licence rfa(os)no.85/2014 page 74 fee is not .....

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May 10 2013 (HC)

Anand Tiwari Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... countries, referred to as "asian tigers", e.g., south korea, taiwan and singapore. it is, however, recognized on all hands that the infrastructure necessary for sustaining such a pace of progress is woefully lacking in our country. the means of transportation, power and communications are in dire need of ..... and others.1997(1) scc 134.shri naman nagrath, learned senior advocate, argued that when land is acquired for projects pertaining to infra-structural development like establishment of power stations, interference should not be made until and unless statutory breach is established. learned senior advocate emphasized that in this ..... vague allegations with regard to non-compliance with regard to statutory provisions, no material or evidence is filed to show actual breach of rules or regulations writ petition no ::20241 8. siyalal kachi and others versus state of madhya pradesh and others.statutory in nature and, therefore, it is ..... p.and others [(2003) 10 scc 626]., this court analysed the provisions of part ii and vii of the 1894 act, referred to the earlier judgments in somwanti versus state of punjab [air 196.sc 151]., second r.l.arora s case, jage ram versus state of haryana [(1971) 1 scc ..... cases of swaika properties (p) limited and another versus state of rajasthan and others.2008(4) scc 695.municipal council, ahmednagar versus shah hyder baig, 2002 (2) scc 48.and, c. padma versus deputy secretary to the government of tamil nadu, 1997 (2) scc 627. accordingly, learned advocate general .....

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May 10 2013 (HC)

Siyalal Kachi Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... countries, referred to as "asian tigers", e.g., south korea, taiwan and singapore. it is, however, recognized on all hands that the infrastructure necessary for sustaining such a pace of progress is woefully lacking in our country. the means of transportation, power and communications are in dire need of ..... and others.1997(1) scc 134.shri naman nagrath, learned senior advocate, argued that when land is acquired for projects pertaining to infra-structural development like establishment of power stations, interference should not be made until and unless statutory breach is established. learned senior advocate emphasized that in this ..... vague allegations with regard to non-compliance with regard to statutory provisions, no material or evidence is filed to show actual breach of rules or regulations writ petition no ::20241 8. siyalal kachi and others versus state of madhya pradesh and others.statutory in nature and, therefore, it is ..... p.and others [(2003) 10 scc 626]., this court analysed the provisions of part ii and vii of the 1894 act, referred to the earlier judgments in somwanti versus state of punjab [air 196.sc 151]., second r.l.arora s case, jage ram versus state of haryana [(1971) 1 scc ..... cases of swaika properties (p) limited and another versus state of rajasthan and others.2008(4) scc 695.municipal council, ahmednagar versus shah hyder baig, 2002 (2) scc 48.and, c. padma versus deputy secretary to the government of tamil nadu, 1997 (2) scc 627. accordingly, learned advocate general .....

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Sep 27 2018 (HC)

Skyline Engineering Contracts (I) Pvt. Ltd. Vs.centex International Pv ...

Court : Delhi

..... agreement invalid and unenforceable and, in consequence, would result in dismissal of the application filed under section 11 of the act at its threshold. 21. further in m.dayanad reddy vs a.p.industrial infrastructure corporation limited and others (1993) 3 scc137the court noted:-" 9. .hence, it cannot be held that after the ..... the applicant for civil, sanitary and water arb.p.200/2017 page 1 of 16 supply and external development works for construction of the weaving and processing unit of respondent at 'focal point', ludhiana, punjab. the said letter of award was received by the applicant at new delhi. the applicant had also executed ..... unit, r a ducts, electric substation, boiler house, etp, ug tank, road and drainage for the respondent at phase-vii, focal point, ludhiana, punjab.9. learned counsel for the petitioner then referred to the letter dated 04.08.2010 of the respondent wherein the reference number given was tender no.secipl ..... would not help the petitioner since in the said case the tender of the applicant was accepted by the pgi vide its letter dated 29.09.2002 which itself contain an arbitration clause and it was only by reason of acceptance of the tender of the applicant by pgi, the court held a ..... .2001. the tender of the appellant was accepted by the pgi vide their letter no.pgi/p-61/02/477/11936-51 dated 29.9.2002 for supplying 41 pulse oxymeters to their different departments. the itself contain an arbitration clause and by reason of acceptance of the tender of the .....

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