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Apr 27 2012 (HC)

Sebastian K. Antony Kavumbhagom Vs. Manager, St.Albert's College, Erna ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Apr-27-2012

Reported in : 2012(2)KLT133(SN)(C.No.129)

..... considered his contentions on the merits. the tribunal below had also considered his contentions on the merits . the expression as to what is a "perverse order" has been considered in punjab and sindh bank v. daya singh - (2010) 11 scc 233. the scope of interference with the punishment imposed is also very limited . (vide coimbatore district central co-op. ..... court on the ground that the appellate tribunal has either decided erroneously or failed to decide any question of law. (10) the provisions of section 5 of the limitation act, 1963 (central act 36 of 1963), shall be applicable to any proceedings under sub-section(9). (11) the high court shall, after giving the parties an opportunity of being heard, ..... the petitioner to provide the assistance of a lawyer was rejected. there was total bias and discrimination against the petitioner. the management nurtured ill-will towards the petitioner from 2005 onwards when a complaint against the college regarding irregularities in admission was got enquired into by a syndicate committee of the university and there was adverse finding against the ..... after closing down. 31. refusal to vacate quarters. 32. refusal to work beyond duty hours. 33. sexual harassment. 34. sleeping during duty hours. 35. shouting slogans in the factory. 36. acts subversive of discipline. 37. taking or giving bribe. 38. termination for unsatisfactory work. 39. teasing women workers. 40. threatening superiors. 41. theft. 42. unauthorized possession of lethal weapons. 43 .....

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Mar 22 2012 (HC)

Dejo Kappen and Another Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-22-2012

Reported in : 2012(2)KLT143

..... reported in 2003 (1) klt 192 (sc) and another decision of the supreme court in o.p.sharma and others vs. high court of punjab and haryana reported in (2011) 6 scc 86 and contended that the advocates have a duty to uphold the law declared by higher courts and ..... particularly in view of the decision of the constitution bench of the supreme court in zee telefilms ltd. vs. union of india reported in (2005)4 scc 649 wherein the supreme court has held as follows:"there can be no two views about the fact that the constitution of this country ..... matters and in that jurisdiction only we permitted the impleading applications filed in the contempt case, which are basically challenging the provisions of the act, to be numbered as public interest litigations wherein the all india lawyers union was impleaded as the only party supporting the state legislation other ..... initiation of proceedings to consider constitutional validity, this court suo moto granted stay against operation of the provisions of the act authorising grant of permission to hold public meeting on public road and road margins in violation of judgments above referred. thereafter interim applications were filed ..... of it's jurisdiction in public interest matters, initiated suo moto proceedings and issued notice to consider constitutional validity of the provisions of the act which was enacted basically to get over the law declared by this court and confirmed by the supreme court. in fact, simultaneous with the .....

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Aug 13 2012 (HC)

C. Arun Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-13-2012

..... prosecutrix does not have a strong motive to falsely involve the person charged, the court should ordinarily have no hesitation in accepting her evidence."20. in state of punjab v. gurmit singh and ors., this court made the following weighty observations at pages 394-396 and page 403: "the court overlooked the situation in which a ..... has not completed the age of 16 as on the date of commission of the offence. in the decision reported in dileep singh v. state of bihar (air 2005 sc 203) it was held as follows: "penal code does not define 'consent' in positive terms but what cannot be regarded as consent under the code is ..... w.30 became the owners of thai resort only in 2008. if so, p.w.31 could not have issued ext.p53 appointment letter carrying a date in 2005. learned counsel went on to point out that the definite stand of p.w.30 was that at the relevant time he had nothing to do with thai ..... , the first incident is said to have occurred in the dead of night and in box p.w.1 has no case that after the first incident in 2005 and before taking her to thai resort in august, 2008, she was ravished by the first accused. this glaring contradiction and inconsistency was omitted to be noticed ..... 12. it is well settled that mere acquaintance does not mean instigation. no positive act is proved on the part of accused no.12 to show that he was an abettor to the offence. in the decision reported in ranganayaki v. state (air 2005 sc 418) it was held as follows: "the instigation must be with reference to .....

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Mar 22 2012 (HC)

Dejo Kappen and Another Vs. State of Kerala Rep.by Its Chief Secretary ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-22-2012

..... reported in 2003(1) klt 192 (sc) and another decision of the supreme court in o.p.sharma and others vs. high court of punjab and haryana reported in (2011) 6 scc 86 and contended that the advocates have a duty to uphold the law declared by higher courts and ..... particularly in view of the decision of the constitution bench of the supreme court in zee telefilms ltd. vs. union of india reported in (2005)4 scc 649 wherein the supreme court has held as follows: "there can be no two views about the fact that the constitution of this ..... is satisfied that for considerations of public safety, convenience or security, such activity cannot be allowed." on going through section 3 of the act we notice that the legislature has recongnised and declared the fundamental right of unobstructed movement of people through vehicles or other carriage or on foot ..... matters and in that jurisdiction only we permitted the impleading applications filed in the contempt case, which are basically challenging the provisions of the act, to be numbered as public interest litigations wherein the all india lawyers union was impleaded as the only party supporting the state legislation other ..... fact, simultaneous with the initiation of proceedings to consider constitutional validity, this court suo moto granted stay against operation of the provisions of the act authorising grant of permission to hold public meeting on public road and road margins in violation of judgments above referred. thereafter interim applications were .....

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