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Oct 17 2012 (HC)

M/S. Sponge Iron India Limited Represent Vs. M. Ramana Babu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-17-2012

..... be given effect from 1-1-1997.9. the learned counsel for the respondent-company relied upon the judgment of the apex court in state of punjab v. boota singh1 for the proposition that the persons who retired after coming into force of these notifications are governed by different rules of retirement ..... of above mentioned circular. the respondents therein were not given the benefit of both these changes. they filed writ petition before the high court of punjab and haryana claiming the benefits conferred by the notification dt. 9-7-1985 and the circular letter dt. 24-11-1988 basing their claim on ..... effect from 1-1-1997. claiming arrears, in view of wage revision, the writ petitioner approached the authorities by way of a representation dt. 18-1-2005. according to him, though he retired from service of the company after revision of wages, still he is entitled to the benefits of wage revision. by ..... left to ksrtc, an autonomous corporation, subject of course to any direction that may be issued by the state government under section 34 of the act." the supreme court thus held that mere adopting of part iii of kerala service rules does not therefore shackle or control the power of ksrtc to ..... held that the said letter which was issued by the ksrtc amounts to a direction in terms of the section 34(1) of the road transport corporations act. the apex court while finding fault with the high court observed as under: "......the question of revision or enhancement of pension to its employees is .....

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Nov 05 2012 (HC)

Pramod Tiwari Vs. Chancellor

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-05-2012

..... be taken. he further invites my attention in this regard to the judgment of the supreme court in the case of jaswant singh versus state of punjab - air 199.sc page 385, in support of his contention. it is in sum and substance the contention of the petitioner that on the ..... the petitioner to be contrary to requirement of law a show cause notice was issued to the university vide annexure p/10 on 31st august 2005 by the office of the chancellor and it was indicated in this show cause notice that the action taken against the petitioners are illegal and ..... minister of the department concerned and, therefore, the chancellor should not interfere. this itself shows that the disciplinary authority namely the vice chancellor has not acted independently in the matter. the entire action is based on the advice given by the legal advisor and the consultation with the officers as indicated ..... district administration, sought for their assistance in maintaining law and order and if such an assistance was sought for the police would have registered criminal acts against the petitioners and proceeded against them. there is no material on record to show any such incident took place or any such proceedings ..... of judicial review are made out. it has been held that the ground of judicial review into such matter is that the disciplinary authority has acted on irrelevant considerations. the satisfaction recorded for dispensing with the inquiry is an abuse of the powers conferred upon it and the action is .....

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Dec 10 2012 (HC)

Watchdata Technologies Pvt. Ltd Singapore, Rep. by Its Director Yu Zhi ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-10-2012

..... breach of the terms and commitments agreed upon by the 1st defendant under the two memorandum of understanding (mous) dated 20.12.2004 and 21.12.2005 and the non disclosure agreement dated 15.03.2007. 3. in para 19 of the plaint, it is pleaded by the plaintiff / non applicant, ..... the plaintiff / non applicant placed reliance on the judgment of the hon'ble supreme court in swamy atmananda and others vs. sri ramakrishna tapovanam and others, 2005 (3) mlj 65 sc, to contend that cause of action means fact or facts, which if traversed would require the plaintiff to prove in order ..... of the al hatim mou undermined the defendants claim that tec had signed both the 2004 mou and the al hatim mou on 20 december 2005 using different stamps. the defendants rather desperate attempt to rely on a fabricated document and the falsehoods they had to tell to establish its genuineness ..... defendant had through their representative nominees jointly managed and controlled the business of the plaintiff company at chennai, when the third and fourth defendants indulged in acts of acquisition of information, concepts and devices, customer profiles and the entire gamut of the business operations of the plaintiff in august 2007 when the ..... 35. reliance was thereafter placed on the judgment of the hon'ble full bench of punjab and haryana high court in the case of balwant singh vs. the state bank of india and others, air 1976 punjab and haryana 316, to contend that when the plaint discloses cause of action in respect .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

State Vs. Mohd. Naushad and ors

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-22-2012

..... a retracted confession cannot be made solely the basis of conviction unless the same is corroborated one of the latest cases being balbir singh vs. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 21.(c), but it does not necessarily mean that each and every circumstance mentioned in the confession regarding the complicity of the ..... conspiracy. in this connection, it would be useful to recollect the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afsan guru 2005 (11) scc 600.as follows: "we do not think that the theory of agency can be extended thus far, that is to say, to find all the ..... ; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 53 relied on the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afzal guru, 2005 (11) scc 600.the submission of the appellants that the pointing out memos could not be relied on, because the relevant witnesses, i.e. pw-38, pw-48 ..... as they are co-conspirators in the main object of the conspiracy [ref yash pal mittal v. state of punjab (1977 (4) scc540) and the only relevant factor is that all means adopted and illegal acts done must be and purported to be in furtherance of the object of the conspiracy even though there may be ..... police for taking appropriate action against mangal chand for violation of provisions of foreign exchange regulation act. relying on the decisions death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 51 reported as birendra rai v state of bihar 2005 (9) scc 719.takhaji hiraji v. thakore kubersing chamansing, (2001) 6 scc 14. .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Javed Ahmed Khan @ Chhota Javed Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-22-2012

..... a retracted confession cannot be made solely the basis of conviction unless the same is corroborated one of the latest cases being balbir singh vs. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 21.(c), but it does not necessarily mean that each and every circumstance mentioned in the confession regarding the complicity of the ..... conspiracy. in this connection, it would be useful to recollect the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afsan guru 2005 (11) scc 600.as follows: "we do not think that the theory of agency can be extended thus far, that is to say, to find all the ..... ; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 53 relied on the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afzal guru, 2005 (11) scc 600.the submission of the appellants that the pointing out memos could not be relied on, because the relevant witnesses, i.e. pw-38, pw-48 ..... as they are co-conspirators in the main object of the conspiracy [ref yash pal mittal v. state of punjab (1977 (4) scc540) and the only relevant factor is that all means adopted and illegal acts done must be and purported to be in furtherance of the object of the conspiracy even though there may be ..... police for taking appropriate action against mangal chand for violation of provisions of foreign exchange regulation act. relying on the decisions death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 51 reported as birendra rai v state of bihar 2005 (9) scc 719.takhaji hiraji v. thakore kubersing chamansing, (2001) 6 scc 14. .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Mohd. Naushad Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-22-2012

..... a retracted confession cannot be made solely the basis of conviction unless the same is corroborated one of the latest cases being balbir singh vs. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 21.(c), but it does not necessarily mean that each and every circumstance mentioned in the confession regarding the complicity of the ..... conspiracy. in this connection, it would be useful to recollect the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afsan guru 2005 (11) scc 600.as follows: "we do not think that the theory of agency can be extended thus far, that is to say, to find all the ..... ; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 53 relied on the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afzal guru, 2005 (11) scc 600.the submission of the appellants that the pointing out memos could not be relied on, because the relevant witnesses, i.e. pw-38, pw-48 ..... as they are co-conspirators in the main object of the conspiracy [ref yash pal mittal v. state of punjab (1977 (4) scc540) and the only relevant factor is that all means adopted and illegal acts done must be and purported to be in furtherance of the object of the conspiracy even though there may be ..... police for taking appropriate action against mangal chand for violation of provisions of foreign exchange regulation act. relying on the decisions death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 51 reported as birendra rai v state of bihar 2005 (9) scc 719.takhaji hiraji v. thakore kubersing chamansing, (2001) 6 scc 14. .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Mohd. Ali Bhatt @ Kille Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-22-2012

..... a retracted confession cannot be made solely the basis of conviction unless the same is corroborated one of the latest cases being balbir singh vs. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 21.(c), but it does not necessarily mean that each and every circumstance mentioned in the confession regarding the complicity of the ..... conspiracy. in this connection, it would be useful to recollect the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afsan guru 2005 (11) scc 600.as follows: "we do not think that the theory of agency can be extended thus far, that is to say, to find all the ..... ; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 53 relied on the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afzal guru, 2005 (11) scc 600.the submission of the appellants that the pointing out memos could not be relied on, because the relevant witnesses, i.e. pw-38, pw-48 ..... as they are co-conspirators in the main object of the conspiracy [ref yash pal mittal v. state of punjab (1977 (4) scc540) and the only relevant factor is that all means adopted and illegal acts done must be and purported to be in furtherance of the object of the conspiracy even though there may be ..... police for taking appropriate action against mangal chand for violation of provisions of foreign exchange regulation act. relying on the decisions death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 51 reported as birendra rai v state of bihar 2005 (9) scc 719.takhaji hiraji v. thakore kubersing chamansing, (2001) 6 scc 14. .....

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Sep 25 2012 (HC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Purushottam Dashrath Borate and Another

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-25-2012

..... the charge of conspiracy, therefore, it has to be established that there should be an agreement between two or more persons to commit an illegal act or an act which is not legal by illegal means. prosecution, therefore, has to establish meeting of minds between two and more persons either by tacit or other ..... and 120-b ipc would make these aspects clear beyond doubt. entering into an agreement by two or more persons to do an illegal act or legal act by illegal means is the very quintessence of the offence of conspiracy." "275. generally, a conspiracy is hatched in secrecy and it may be ..... will be thus seen that the most important ingredient of the offence of conspiracy is the agreement between two or more persons to do an illegal act. the illegal act may or may not be done in pursuance of agreement, but the very agreement is an offence and is punishable. reference to sections 120-a ..... establishing the charge of conspiracy, therefore, it has to be established that there should be an agreement between two or more persons to commit an illegal act or an act which is not legal by illegal means. prosecution, therefore, has to establish meeting of minds between two and more persons either by tacit or other ..... ) 3 scc 470 16. bachan singh vs. state of punjab (1980) 2 scc 684 17. musheer khan @ badshah khan and anr vs. state of madhya pradesh (2010) 2 scc 748 18. munshi singh gautam (dead) and others vs. state of m.p. (2005) 9 scc 631 19. varun chaudhary vs. state of rajasthan (2011) 12 scc .....

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Apr 26 2012 (HC)

Dr. Jogi Ram Gaur, S/O Shri Mam Chand and Others Vs. State of Himachal ...

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-26-2012

..... no. 2, arun sharma, passed his m.sc. in forensic science from punjabi university, patiala, in the year 1984 and obtained his doctorate from the punjab university, chandigarh, in the year 1989. on 16.08.1991, he was appointed as scientific officer (biology and serology) through the h.p. public service ..... academic record, i.e. 54% or its equivalent grade in a master's course. the respondent did not claim any relief till the year 2005 when she filed a writ petition praying for the grant of the higher scale. at this stage, the state of orissa contested the writ petition ..... support of his plea that the original writ petitioners could not be said to be aggrieved persons within the meaning of the administrative tribunal's act. 44. assuming for the sake of the arguments that the writ petitioners were not aggrieved persons, then also nothing prevented them from filing a ..... court held as follows: if the essential educational qualification for recruitment to a post is not satisfied, ordinarily the same cannot be condoned. such an act cannot be ratified. an appointment which is contrary to the statute/statutory rules would be void in law. an illegality cannot be regularised, particularly, when ..... tribunal, the said oa was transferred to this court in terms of the himachal pradesh administrative tribunal (transfer of decided and pending cases and applications) act, 2008, and registered as cwp (t) no. 10665 of 2008. the learned single judge allowed the original application and not had only set aside .....

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Nov 22 2012 (HC)

Mirza Nissar HussaIn @ Naza Vs. the State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-22-2012

..... a retracted confession cannot be made solely the basis of conviction unless the same is corroborated one of the latest cases being balbir singh vs. state of punjab (s) air 195.sc 21.(c), but it does not necessarily mean that each and every circumstance mentioned in the confession regarding the complicity of the ..... to 951/10 page 141 are acquitted from others if the evidence and circumstances so warrant such a finding. (ref gurcharan singh and anr. v. state of punjab (air 195.sc 460). a-4 was consequently acquitted. therefore, on an overall analysis of the evidence, the findings of the trial court regarding the arrest of ..... v. sukhdev singh andanother (1992) 3 scc 700.jaspal singh death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 129 alias pali v. state of punjab (1997) 1 scc 510.raju alias rajendra v. state of maharashtra (1998) 1 scc 169.ronny alias ronald james alwaris (supra), george and others v. state ..... crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 53 relied on the decision of the supreme court, in state (nct of delhi) v. navjot sandhu @ afzal guru, 2005 (11) scc 600.the submission of the appellants that the pointing out memos could not be relied on, because the relevant witnesses, i.e. pw-38, pw- ..... police for taking appropriate action against mangal chand for violation of provisions of foreign exchange regulation act. relying on the decisions death sent.2/10; crl.a.948 to 951/10 page 51 reported as birendra rai v state of bihar 2005 (9) scc 719.takhaji hiraji v. thakore kubersing chamansing, (2001) 6 scc 14 .....

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