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Nov 26 2010 (HC)

Ms Manoj Mini Rice Mill and anr. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

..... market area, which includes permission to purchase paddy and sell rice and for payment of market fees. these business licenses do not take care of the rights of the general public, protected under the air pollution act, 1981 for living in a non-polluted environment. after the notification of the whole of the state of u.p. dated 3rd november, 2000 ..... section (kha), dated 3rd november, 2000, p-2 in exercise of the powers conferred under sub-section (1) of section 19 of the air (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1981 (act no.14 of 1981) and in supersession of notification issued in this regard, the governor, after consultation with the uttar pradesh pollution control board is pleased to declare, with effect ..... of india, (1999) 2 scc 91, the supreme court on compliance of the directions of relocating the polluting industry outside delhi gave directions for providing retrenchment compensation under industrial dispute act, 1947, to workmen and treating the period between closure and restarting industry at the place of relocation, to be in active employment and for payment of shifting bonus, to ..... information and community participation for protection of environment and human health is also a right which flows from article 21 (vide bombay dyeing & mfg. co. ltd. v. bombay environmental action group and others; air 2006 sc 1489; t.n. godavaram thirumulpad vs. uoi and others (2002) 10 scc 606; research foundation for science technology natural resource policy vs. uoi & ors (2005) 10 .....

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Sep 27 2006 (HC)

Umesh Kumar Misra Son of Sri Ram Raj Misra Vs. Union of India (Uoi) Th ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : [2007(112)FLR10]

..... 22.10.1997 on the ground that while filling up his application form for service he has deliberately suppressed information about his involvement in a criminal case and as such has committed an act of misconduct. the inquiry officer after completing the inquiry submitted his report on 12.12.19967 holding the ..... relied upon a decision in santosh chaube v. inspector general of police and ors. 2005 (6) awc 5470. in the said case the services of a constable of c.r.p.f. were terminated for concealing material information regarding his involvement in a criminal case. the high court in writ jurisdiction set aside ..... the employment secured by fraud renders it voidable at the option of the employer.7. it is also a settled principle that no person can claim any right arising out of his wrong doing i.e. a person having done wrong, cannot take advantage of his own wrong.8. in kendriya vidyalaya sangathan ..... final unless it shocks the very conscience of the court. a similar view has been expressed in madhya pradesh electricity board v. jagdish chandra sharma : (2005)iillj156sc . in the instant case the petitioner after due inquiry has been found guilty of misconduct and was not even confirmed in service, therefore, the ..... the petitioner has finally been decided in his favour and he has been acquitted in the criminal case vide judgment and order dated 27.7.2005 (annexure r.a.-1 to this petition). therefore, since the petitioner has been acquitted in the criminal case there is not justification to .....

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Dec 21 2005 (HC)

Ashok Kumar Agarwal Son of Gokul Chandra and Sanjay Agarwal S/O Sri Sa ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : IV(2006)BC394

..... applicants has contended that the complaint is barred by time as the cheque was dishonored on 31.7.1997 for the first time and the complainant had informed the accused about the dishonor orally. but this contention of the learned counsel for the applicants is not tenable and cannot be accepted.4. in the ..... whenever it was presented but it was returned with bank memo dated 31.7.1997 with the endorsement 'funds insufficient'. thereafter the complainant met the accused and informed about the dishonor of the cheque. the accused asked him to represent the cheque and also assured that it would be encased after the second week of ..... cheque on 17.11.1997. provision of section 138(b) of n. i. act clearly shows that the notice has to be given in writing. therefore the contention of the learned counsel for the accused applicants that the complainant had orally informed the accused after the first dishonor of the cheque and therefore the complaint is ..... point of time during the validity of the cheque.but once he gives a notice under clause (b) of section 138, he forfeits such right as in case of failure of the drawer to pay the money within the stipulated time, he would be liable for offence and the cause ..... case of prem chand vijay kumar v. yashpal singh and anr. : (2005)4scc417 , the hon'ble apex court has held as under:-clause (a) of the proviso to section 138 of n. i. act does not put any embargo upon the payee to successively present a dishonored cheque during the period of .....

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Aug 22 2006 (HC)

Ghaziabad Urban Co-operative Bank Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and or ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : [2006]287ITR473(All)

..... -section (2a) of section 142 is purely administrative in nature and not quasi-judicial. moreover, such a direction does not have civil consequences. it does not affect the assessee's right or liability. the purpose of the direction under sub-section (2a) of section 142 is to ensure that a correct assessment order is passed so that the revenue is not ..... books of account, the complexity of accounts maintained by the petitioner as also taking into consideration the interests of revenue, he had rightly sent a proposal for a special audit under section 142(2a) of the act, which proposal was rightly approved by the commissioner of income-tax. he further submitted that it is incorrect to state that the special audit has been ..... . : [2004]267itr345(cal) is concerned, it has held that merely because the account books are voluminous in nature, it does not give a right to the assessing officer to invoke the provisions of section 142(2a) of the act where the preconditions of the said section are not fulfilled. the aforesaid decision is clearly distinguishable on the facts of the present case ..... under section 142(1) of the act calling upon the petitioner to furnish certain explanations and also produce the books of account and other relevant documents mentioned therein. the petitioner submitted its reply on december 9, 2005. another notice was issued on january 4, 2006 and february 14, 2006 calling upon the petitioner to furnish certain more informations, to which the petitioner submitted .....

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Jul 04 2006 (HC)

Jogendra Singh Son of Sri Amir Singh and ors. Vs. State of Uttar Prade ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2007(116)ECC53; 2007LC53(Allahabad)

..... decide the controversy, which has now been decided by the leaned magistrate. since he has dismissed the representation/objection of the petitioners, they have right to challenge the same in accordance with law the provision of section 362 of the code applies to the judgments and orders which once signed ..... with the alleged offence in question. the copy of the case diary has been filed by the petitioners vide criminal misc. case no. 978 of 2005 at page 7 to 47. several witnesses have been examined including the wife of the complainant, opposite party no. 2 and two alleged independent witnesses ..... parties, objections and replies were filed before the learned magistrate, who on a consideration of the matter passed the impugned order dated 15.2.2005 holding that the prosecution of petitioners under section 211 and 193 ipc was barred by section 195 of the code and he did not summon ..... pbc drums. labels found on the drums read as follows: naproxen, (commercial grade), batch no. nap 10708, manufacturing- december, 2000, expiry date- november, 2005, net weight: 50 kg.6. since some fraud was suspected in consignment of the said goods, the officers of the dri, after observing necessary formalities, drew ..... show prima facie participation of the accused petitioners not named in the fir. there was also no evidence to show any conspiracy or any evidence to indicate that they had entered into any agreement to do any unlawful act or to commit an offence along with the other accused persons/petitioners. .....

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Aug 24 2006 (HC)

Gandhian Institute of Studies, a Society Registered Under the Societie ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2007(1)AWC409

..... said principle is based on public policy. here registrar is not to be equated to an ordinary litigant pursuing his personal private claim rather role of registrar is that of informant, furnishing information to the court that his satisfaction is there qua existence of ground for dissolution of society, and thereafter it is for the court to ascertain as to whether aforementioned ..... , and thereafter on 23/28.03.2001, two months' time was prayed for. the fact of the matter is that no reply was submitted and as such assistant registrar acted well within his right by moving the court, requesting for dissolution. thus, there is no infirmity whatsoever, in initiation of proceeding for dissolution of society.18. various arguments have been advanced qua ..... .20. in writ petition no. 23650 of 2003, it would be relevant to note that renewal was accorded for the period with effect from 10.10.2000 to 10.10.2005. the said period has already come to an end, and as such this court is refraining itself from making any comment either on the grant of renewal or on the ..... the nature of mandamus directing the assistant registrar/registrar to renew the registration certificate of the petitioner society for five years with effect from 10.10.2000 to 10.10.2005. this court on 17.10.2000 directed the assistant registrar to dispose of the application for renewal filed by the petitioner within 45 days. petitioner has contended that certified copy .....

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Sep 23 2010 (HC)

B.K. Khandelwal. Vs. State of U.P.and anr.

Court : Allahabad

..... the case as emerging from the affidavit filed in support of this application are that on the basis of a first information report lodged by opposite party no. 2 case crime no.67 of 2005 under section 3/7 of e.c. act registered against the applicant who holds a license under the provisions of u.p. control order, 1962 and is authorised ..... agent and seller of kerosene oil. after the lodging of the first information report the applicant's license was suspended and thereafter cancelled by ..... order dated 27.7.2005 passed by the district magistrate on the ..... . 4. while the final report was pending before the acjm the commissioner,agra division, agra vide his order dated 1.12.2005 set aside the order of cancellation holding that the allegations made against the applicant in the first information report were not proved and there was no material on record showing that the applicant had committed any irregularity. 5. the order .....

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Oct 14 2011 (HC)

M/S. Mohit Paper Mills Ltd. and Another Pvvnl and Others

Court : Allahabad

..... closing one door out of existing two doors, and also deposit cost of metering cubical and meter for re-connection. 25. petitioners on 6.7.2002 submitted application under right to information act seeking mri reports. on 9.7.2007 petitioners conveyed consent for payment of cost of new meter and metering cubical and requested for early restoration of supply. on 11.7 ..... be relevant. in respect to all the cases governed by section 126, i.e. unauthorized use of electricity, the procedure has been prescribed in para 6.8 of supply code, 2005 which can include within itself the cases constituting theft of electrical energy in the light of overlapping provisions defining unauthorized use of electricity in explanation to section 126 and section ..... the case including documents, submissions, etc. and thereafter shall asses energy consumption for the past period as per annexure 6.3(c) of the code 2005. in the subsequently made provisions stress is upon lodging of fir/criminal complain and follow up action and also to deal with the situation arising out of disconnection of supply in case of theft and attempt ..... with an electrical line or disconnection thereof would constitute an offence under clause (a) of section 138. the terms "meter", "indicator" or "apparatus" have not been defined in the act. the supply code, 2005 out of aforesaid three terms, defines two, namely "apparatus" and "meter" in para 2.2 (c) and (mm) which read as under: "(c) "apparatus" means electrical apparatus and .....

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Sep 14 2012 (HC)

Rajendra Kumar Sharma Vs. State Of U.P. Thru' Principal Secretary Educ ...

Court : Allahabad

..... given to the petitioner in accordance with chapter iii regulation 37. when the termination letter was served and the necessary information was sought then the basic district education officer, gautam budh nagar supplied documents including the inquiry report dated 7.10.2005. 5. learned standing counsel opposed the aforesaid prayer on the ground that in view of the g.o. dated 24 ..... school, the state government stops payment of the amount of maintenance grant which was being paid to the basic school, can the recognised high school claim as a matter of right that the said amount has become automatically payable to it. the answer, in the absence of any specific provision permitting such automatic formation, so to speak till, in our opinion ..... that of intermediate college in the year 1999. it is undisputed that upon being upgraded as a high school, the institution has been recognised as such under the provisions of act, 1921. this undisputed position, therefore, clearly establishes that the institution ceases to be a junior high school and for the purposes of appointment of head of the institution, the appointment ..... may be. the institution will be governed by the provisions applicable to the high school and intermediate college. hence the provisions of u.p. intermediate education act, 1921 and the other provisions including act of 1971, act no.5 of 1982 and rules and regulation framed there under will be applicable. 10. in view of the aforestated discussion it is clear that appointment .....

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Feb 26 2008 (HC)

Veer Singh S/O Late Natthu Singh, Vs. State of U.P. and

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : II(2008)DMC1

..... her by the applicants and co-accused mukesh, thereafter her condition became precarious then she was taken to the hospital by the nephew of the first informant raj singh and anil, considering the seriousness of the deceased the matter was referred to fortis hospital, sector 62 noida where she died during treatment. ..... officer was passed on 2.5.2006 but after further investigation, i.o. again submitted the final report, it was again protested by the first informant, considering the material collected by the i.o. the learned c.j.m., gautam budh nagar rejected the final report and taken the cognizance against ..... had administered the poison forcefully and she would not alive and asked to bring her to the hospital very soon. thereafter the nephew of the first informant raj singh and anil brought the deceased navin hospital, greator noida from where considering the serious condition of the deceased she was referred to fortis hospital ..... officer who also submitted the final report without considering the seriousness of the allegations which have been made against the applicants, therefore, the same has been rightly rejected by the learned c.j.m., gautam budh nagar after perusing the case diary. there is no illegality in rejecting the final report, taking ..... are that in the present case fir has been lodged by o.p. no. 2 har pal at p.s. surajpur on 14.10.2005 at 5.00 a.m. in case crime no. 245 of 2005 under sections 498a, 304b ipc and section 3/4 d.p. act in which the applicants and co .....

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