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Mar 31 2006 (HC)

Sudeep Soni S/O Shri Kamlesh Soni, Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh Through ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : II(2006)DMC128

..... inspector general of police (hereinafter called as d.i.g.), banda on 17th september, 2005 without disclosing the earlier fact. the concerned d.i.g. passed an order for registering a first information report on 26th october, 2005 which is impugned herein.4. in the counter affidavit complainant complained that no order has ..... reewa, madhya pradesh. applicability of sections 3 and 4 of the dowry prohibition act, 1961 is not independent but co-related with the aforesaid sections. the cause of action means the circumstance forming the infraction of the right or the immediate occasion for the action. generally it means a situation or set ..... of facts that entitles a party to maintain an action. an existence of those facts which give a party right to judicial interference on his behalf. we have considered the cases as reported in 1997 jic 827 sc (smt. sujata mukherjee v. prashant kumar mukherjee ..... of alleged demand of dowry by the husband.there is thereafter not even a whisper of allegations about any demand of dowry or commission of any act constituting an offence much less at chennai. that being so, the logic of section 178(c) relating to continuance of the offences cannot be applied ..... arose within the jurisdiction of the state of uttar pradesh.11. thus the writ petition is dismissed on such ground alone without affecting rights of the contesting parties in merit. interim order, if any, stands vacated. no order is passed as to costs.12. this order will also .....

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Oct 07 2010 (HC)

Commissioner of Customs C.G.O. Vs. Sonam International Shop No.9

Court : Allahabad

..... the goods were seized on the basis of information received and later on, found to be vitamin-e falling under hsn code 2936. the tribunal failed to appreciate the statutory right and duty of custom authorities provided under chapter xiii and x iv of customs act, 1962. 122. the case of collector ..... further appealable to tribunal constituted under the act in pursuance of provisions section 129 of the act. section 130 as stood prior to its omission by the national tax tribunal act, 2005 (29 of 2005) sec.30 and sch. pt. vi-7., with effect from 28.12.2005, confers appellate power to high court. for ..... sc 177: firm sriniwas ram kumar. v. mahabir prasad & others; air 1963 sc 1007: m/s. tulsi das khimji. v. the workmen; and air 2005 sc 4362: pentakota satyanarayana & others. v. pentakora seetharatnam & others, their lordships held that if the courts below have recorded finding of fact, the question of ..... collector of central excise, bangalore. v. tetragon chemie p. ltd.: 2001 (132) e.l.t. 526 (s.c.): union of india. v. madanlal steel industries ltd.; 2005 (181) e.l.t. 351 (s.c.): commr. of c. ex., pune. v. abhi chemicals & pharmaceuticals pvt. ltd.; and 2001 (137) e.l.t. ..... feed supplement. 34.feeling aggrieved against the order of appellate authority, respondent approached the tribunal and the tribunal by the impugned order dated 5.4.2005, reversed the finding recorded by the authorities below. questions of law:- 35.the present appeal was admitted and later on, additional questions were framed .....

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Apr 06 2012 (HC)

Rajju Pathak @ Raj Kumar Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

..... as exhibit ka-9. 14. h.c. virendra singh pw-6 has been examined by the prosecution to prove chik fir as exhibit-11 and g.d. entry thereof exhibit ka-12 and chik fir under section 25 arms act as exhibit ka- 13 and g.d. entry thereof ka-14. 15. sri r.b. shukla, pw-7, ..... vide impugned judgment and order giving benefit of doubt. 2. according to the first information report lodged by kishun dutt tiwari, on 13.3.2005 at 5:30 p.m., the facts of the prosecution case are that the first informant kishun dutt tiwari aged about 55 years was sitting inside his house and was talking ..... side of forehead, 2cm above from left eyebrow, marginal abrasion present and scorching all around the wound was found, blood was oozing and palpable pellet was on right side of forehead. x-ray was advised and injury was kept under observation. 11. according to the evidence of the doctor, the said injury was likely to ..... his tamancha at the injured without repeating the same and only one firearm injury in the forehead was caused. the appellant is in jail since 29.3.2005 namely for more than seven years in this case. the sentence awarded to the appellant should in the interest of justice as per the learned counsel ..... for the state. i have carefully gone through the evidence available on record. 19. it appears from the report of the forensic science laboratory dated 16.5.2005 which is exhibit ka-18 that the weapon of offence namely .315 bore tamancha with two live cartridges in one sealed bundle and one empty cartridge of .....

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May 09 2011 (HC)

Amit Kumar @ Mittal Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2011CrLJ3710

..... his or her social, spiritual and moral well being and physical and mental health, and for developing appropriate guidelines for the protection of the child from information and material injurious to his or her well being. also states parties are to take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect ..... a magistrate and does not carry the psychological harm associated with a criminal assault for outraging a woman's modesty has been made non-bailable by act 25 of 2005. house trespass with preparation for causing hurt, assault etc. even when no hurt is actually caused punishable under section 452 ipc and triable by ..... on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women, 1979, which was ratified by india in august 1993 and the u.n. convention on the rights of the child, 1989 which was ratified by india on 11.12.93, especially articles 17 (3) and 19 of the latter speaks of the ..... of late, crime against women in general and rape in particular is on the increase. it is an irony that while we are celebrating women's rights in all spheres, we show little or no concern for her honour. it is a sad reflection on the attitude of indifference of the society towards ..... of rape, and whilst it has been argued that such crimes affect the sexual integrity and autonomy of women and children and are violative of the right to life guaranteed under art. 21 of the constitution of india, but the argument to this extent has not been accepted in sakshi v union of .....

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Mar 23 2006 (HC)

Avatar Singh Chhabra Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006(2)AWC1666

..... of the appellant. he further contended that categorisation as proposed by gajendra singh was accepted who himself was the secretary, who had lodged first information report against the appellant. the counsel for the appellant further contended that the termination was in violation of regulations 21 and 22 of 1975 ..... there was an incident involving gajendra singh, the appellant and three other employees in june, 2005 in which cross first information report was lodged. the district cane officer wrote to the secretary on 8.11.2005 that although categorisation of appellant has been shown in category-b but no evidence has been ..... of natural justice since he was not given any opportunity.8. the learned counsel for the appellant contends that learned single judge has rightly disposed of writ petition no. 11981 of 2002 filed by the appellant vide order dated 18.11.2003, directing for consideration of the ..... far as the question of availability of remedy of appeal is concerned, there is no dispute that against the order impugned, the appellant had right of appeal. however, the allegation of the appellant in the writ petition was that the order of termination was passed in violation of principles ..... have been entertained.5. the learned counsel for the respondents submitted that there was an alternate remedy of appeal and learned single judge has rightly not entertained the writ petition as the appellant has remedy to file an appeal.6. we have considered the submissions of the counsel for .....

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Aug 25 2006 (HC)

Cantonment Board Vs. Smt. Sudarshan Mala JaIn and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006(4)AWC4098

..... were initiated. when the constructions did not cease an order for sealing the premises was passed under the public premises act on 19.8.2004, however, the seal was broken and a first information report to the aforesaid effect was lodged on 27.11.2004. nevertheless, aggrieved against the said sealing order the ..... it stands in the name of smt. berma devi wife of om prakash, prem prakash, ashok kumar and klshan kumar, who are holders of occupancy right as old grant.4. during the inspection of the said premises by the officials of the board, it was found that the opposite parties who ..... injunction. the cantonment board, meerut is directed to demolish all those constructions and improvements which have been made after the injunction order dated 27.1.2005, some of which have already been noted in the body of this judgment. the senior superintendent of police, meerut shall provide sufficient and adequate police ..... affidavit has been filed.10. it would be appropriate to mention the stand taken by the respondents in their respective counter-affidavits filed on 8.7.2005.11. in the affidavit of opposite party no. 1, as observed hereinabove the consistent stand was that no new constructions were raised. in paragraph no ..... time to time.5. it is alleged that in spite of the aforesaid injunction when the officials of the board inspected the premises on 23.2.2005 work was going on and the officials were restrained from entering the premises. however, a report and map was prepared and is annexed with the .....

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Mar 01 2005 (HC)

Vijay Kumar JaIn Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (2006)205CTR(All)546

..... filed the return on 29th april, 2004. the petitioner has further alleged that opposite party no. 3 again issued notice on 5th jan., 2005 under section 142 of the act requiring the petitioner to appear on 17th jan., 2005. the learned counsel for the petitioner submits that reasons for reopening the assessment proceedings were not intimated to the petitioner in spite of the ..... letter dt. 17th jan., 2005. he further submits that the notice under section 148 of the it act was issued after expiry of the period of four years from the end of the asst. yr. 1997-98. he further submits that as ..... . chopra, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the opposite parties, submits that the application dt. 17th jan., 2005 filed as annex. no. 6 to the writ petition is not available on the record and in compliance of the notice under section 148 of the it act, the return was submitted by the petitioner in april, 2004 and the assessing authority shall decide the ..... under section 148 of the act was received by the petitioner on 2nd april, 2004 and thereafter the petitioner filed the return on 29th april, 2004 knowingly well that the reasons for reopening the assessment proceedings were not mentioned in the notice dt. 31st march, 2004. the petitioner has filed the instant petition on 16th jan., 2005 challenging the validity of the .....

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Jun 21 2010 (HC)

Kailash Gupta Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

..... public health and not fit for consumption. under the orders of the commissioner, food and medicine administration, u.p. directives were given for lodging first information report, and accordingly, first information report was lodged. after the first information report has been lodged, present writ petition has been filed.3. sri ashok kumar sharma, learned counsel for the petitioner, contended with vehemence that in ..... . cannot be faulted on any score and it cannot be termed to be bad merely because sub-section (2) of section 13 of the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954 confers valuable right on the accused to move application within a period of ten days from the date of receipt of the copy of the report from the public analyst to get ..... of by the courts below in view of smt. amrawati and anr. v. state of u.p. : 2005 cr.l.j. 755. the full bench of this court has held in the aforementioned case;1. even if a cognizable offence is disclosed in the fir or complaint the arrest of the accused is not a must, rather the police officer should be ..... 1. present writ petition has been filed for quashing of the first information report registered at case crime no. 85 of 2010, under sections 272 and 273 of the indian penal code read with sections 7/16 of the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954, at police station jamunapar, district mathura.2. brief background of the case is that food inspector (nagar) mathura .....

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Feb 02 2006 (HC)

Lakesh Mehta Son of Sri Surendra Kumar Mehta Vs. Sri S.K. Jha, Asstt. ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : [2006(109)FLR300]; (2006)IILLJ1074All

..... ,09,500/- in the cash chest. a first information report was lodged against the petitioner and another joint custodian and a departmental enquiry' was initiated where charges were framed on 13.10.2005. after investigation in the criminal case, a charge sheet under sections 120b, 409 ipc read with section 13(2 ..... charaes were the same and so was the evidence and therefore the domestic enquiry should be stayed. a learned single judge of this court vide his order dated 16.12.2005 remitted the matter to the disciplinary authority stating that if the charges were same and the evidence was same, the authority may consider the stay of departmental enquiry. by the ..... bank of patiala at ghaziabad and was also joint custodian of the cash chest, bins etc., wherein the cash of the reserve bank of india is kept. on 3.5.2005 the currency verification officer was deputed for verifying the cash held in the chest as a part of structured cash verification exercise. he found a shortage of rs. 2,11 ..... ), 13(1)(d) of prevention of corruption act was submitted to the court with the allegation that the petitioner dishonestly misappropriated and utilized for his .....

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May 26 2005 (HC)

Mangal Dev Son of Ram Roop and Shashi Dewivedi Wife of Mangal Dev Vs. ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2005(4)AWC3127; 2005(3)ESC1742

..... out that the objection filed fair exclusion of their names was not based on correct; factual position.subsequently, petitioners did not receive, any notice of any information.however, vide impugned order dated 27.04.2005, names of the petitioners and their three children have been excluded from the voter list. hence, the present petition,3. shri radha kant ojha, learned counsel for ..... a, house, immovable properties and their family members reside therein. earlier names of the petitioners as well as their children existed in the voter list and they had exercised the right to vote in the last elections for the parliaments well as the state assembly. their names appeared in the voter list prepared for gram panchayat election also. the elector roll ..... be corrected or deleted or that the name of any person entitled to get registered should be added in the electoral roll it shall, subject to the provisions of this act and rules and orders made there under, correct, delete of add the entry, as the case may be. however, the second proviso thereto provides that no deletion or correction of ..... counsel for the state and shri p.n. rai, learned counsel 'for the state election commission. 6. the procedure in this regard is prescribed under the act, 1947 and rules, 1994. section 9 of the act, 1947 deals with the procedure 'for preparing the electoral roll for each territorial constituency. sub-section (7) thereof provides that every person is entitled to be .....

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