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Mar 29 2006 (HC)

Al Faheem Meat Exports Pvt. Ltd. Through Its Director, Shri Imran Son ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006(4)AWC3486

..... 4 to 7 are also quoted for convenience:4- that thereafter by letter no. 870/nirman/hariram/05 dated 11-4-2005, a true copy whereof is filed as annexure sca1 to this affidavit, information was sought from the additional district magistrate (la) regarding the as to the current position of the land acquisition proceedings.5- that the map for construction ..... health of local residents, when neither 'state government nor 'naqar nigam' have shown any sensitivity or positive imagination to overcome problem, which was statutory obligation, court intervened to protect fundamental right of those concerned.... if that be so a time bound scheme can be conceived by the respondents. funds can be generated from 'auction' bid amount of present slaughter house. in ..... time before expiry of said ten years.(15) the nagar nigam, meerut and all the concerned authorities shall have right to make periodical inspections to ensure that the slaughterhouse is properly maintained and run in accordance with the relevant statutory provisions, viz., the act, rules/regulations and government orders, etc. if any for ten years period contemplated above.(16) the nigam shall ..... laxity or negligence in any manner, on the part of either party shall be deemed and treated deliberate act of interfering with the compliance of this order of the court.(14) the petitioner no. 1, shall have no claim or interest or subsisting right or charge on the assets, whether movable or immovable in the assets of the slaughter house in question .....

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May 05 2006 (HC)

Ajai Kumar Kashyap Vs. District and Sessions Judge and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006CriLJ2954

..... building, conveyance or enclosed place at any time between sunset and sunrise after recording the grounds of his belief.(2) where an officer takes down any information in writing under sub-section (1) or records grounds for his belief under the proviso thereto, he shall within seventy-two hours send a copy thereof ..... is nothing in the alleged recovery memo or the alleged first information report revealing who made ..... case no. 359 of 2005, and for releasing the petitioner-accused mainly on the grounds inter alia that ..... case no. 359 of 2005 (state of u.p. v. ajay kumar kashyap) pending in the court of 1st additional sessions judge, ghazipur arising out of case crime no. 1070 of 2005 punishable under sections 8 & 21 of the n.d.p.s. act;(c) the charge-sheet dated 28-7-2005 relating to the above criminal ..... there is non-compliance with the mandatory provisions of sections 41, 42 & 50 of the n.d.p.s. act, that there .....

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Jun 27 2005 (HC)

Ashwani Kumar Shukla and Ors. Vs. Hon'ble Kuladhapati, Narendra Dev Un ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2005(3)ESC2129

..... chancellors of the universities are also expected to fully and unhesitatingly co-operate with the chancellor in providing, the information as desired by the chancellor in the notice dated 16.4.2005 as also the notice dated 6.6,2005 and all such further information that may be desirable in this regard. the speed and alacrity with which the chancellor's office had proceeded ..... to run the study centres under an agreement entered into between the petitioners and the respective universities and, as such, they claim that the order of the chancellor affects their rights as well.4. the questions, which are to be answered in these writ petitions directly concern the state government as well as the universities established by the state government, in ..... its individual problem and deal with its own objections and recording reasons therefor. the decision has to be taken by the chancellor within the para meters of 1973 universities act and 1958 act read with the relevant laws on the issue as may be applicable from time to time. the consideration is expected to be an exhaustive consideration and not a peripheral ..... universities. with regard to the subject matter in hand i.e. distance education, the universities grants commission in exercise of powers conferred under section 26 of the universities grant commission act, 1956 has framed the ugc (the minimum standards of instructions for the grant of the first degree through non formal/distance education in the faculties of arts, humanities, fine arts .....

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Sep 17 2012 (HC)

Anis Vs. State of Up

Court : Allahabad

..... signatures on the affidavit by men of the accused persons. it was not mandatory for the prosecution to examine all the eyewitnesses named in the first information report. the court is further required to see the quality of evidence adduced by the prosecution and not the quantity. 9. the next contention of ..... the said eyewitnesses are not trustworthy and reliable and their evidences at the trial should not have been acted upon. the first information report of the incident was lodged within one hour thereof by the first informant fateh chand pw-2, who was a clerk in the collectorate court at muzaffarnagar at the relevant time ..... on the same road on his cycle when he saw the incident. the apex court has held in thangaiya v. state of t.n. (air 2005 sc 1142: 2005 air scw 76) (supra) that if a murder is committed in a street, only passers-by will be witnesses and their evidence cannot be brushed ..... blackening and tattooing not present. direction was forward and medially. (viii) gun shot wound of entry 3/4'' x 3/4'' x muscle deep on the right side back lower part. illiac crest 5'' lateral to mid line. four metallic pellets and one wadding recovered from the wound. blackening present. margins lacerated and inverted ..... aside or viewed with suspicion on the ground that they were mere chance witnesses. moreover, pw-2 has been named in the fir as one of .....

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May 19 2005 (HC)

Ram Sahay Yadav Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2005(3)ESC2026

..... did not take possession over khasra no. 529 in case no. 8017/2194 and in case file no. 20756. the other charges are that petitioner gave the wrong information other than the factual position on the spot.4. the case of the petitioner is that he is not guilty of the charges. so far as he using the designation ..... is entitled to exercise disciplinary control over the employees and the order of suspension comes within the sweep of disciplinary action. to place an employee under suspension, is an unqualified right of the employer. there is provision under the service rules for suspending an employee during disciplinary inquiry.8. learned counsel for the petitioner has argued that the order of suspension ..... . the next charge is that he has not taken possession of the land acquired under the urban land ceiling act. the next charge is that the petitioner has concealed the material facts about the possession over the acquired land and he gave wrong information to the government in the matters of various cases to give undue advantage to other persons. the petitioner ..... n.k. mehrotra, j.1. this is a petition for issuing a writ of certiorari quashing the impugned charge-sheet dated 22/25/1.2005 and the suspension order of the same date as contained in annexure-1 to the writ petition.2. the impugned charge-sheet has been served on the petitioner along with .....

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Sep 15 2006 (HC)

Mustaq Alias Mustafa Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006(3)AWC3146

..... parliament is absolute necessity which this court appreciates.29. learned addl. solicitor general contended that police is bound to register an f.i.r. on the basis of the information of an informant and as a consequential effect start enquiry. according to us, enquiry and arresting somebody by the police without warrant are two different steps altogether. there is no bar to ..... the magistrate under three contingencies which are as follows:(a) upon receiving a complaint of facts which constitute such offence ;(b) upon a police report of such facts ;(c) upon information received from any person other than a police officer, or upon his own knowledge, that such offence has been committed.39. therefore, even if complaint of facts is not received ..... the common parlance enquiry and investigation are synonymous but in the legal parlance there is a hair line difference between these two. the meaning of 'enquiry' is to ask for information to know something, whereas meaning of 'investigation' is to find out truth. therefore, the stage of enquiry comes before the stage of investigation or enquiry can be construed as preliminary ..... and state have every right to form special task force to entrust the duty at an appropriate circumstance especially in case of doubt about failure or connivance of the police with miscreants.45. with the above inferences following order is passed hereunder:both the existing section 151 of the electricity act, 2003 and rule 12 of the electricity rules. 2005 shall be kept .....

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Dec 14 2006 (HC)

Jayanta Bandhopadhyay Son of Late Mr. J.L. Bandhopadhyay and George Oo ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2007(1)AWC871

..... the court of the dispute on the merits of the case within the scope of the section and a liberal touch must inform the interpretation of the limitation act which deprives remedy of one who has a right.7. similar view has been reiterated in tapan kumar sadhukhan v. food corporation of india and ors. : (1996)6scc101 ..... coast paper mills ltd. and anr. (iii) : 2004(166)elt290(sc) ; and nitco tiles ltd. v. gujarat ceramic floor tiles mfg. assn. and ors. (2005) 12 sc 454.8. in view of the above, as the learned tribunal had not been addressed by the petitioners for grant of benefit under section 14 of the ..... r.b. mohan singh oberai air 1975 sc 824, the hon'ble supreme court considered the provisions of section 14 of the limitation act and held that the said provisions is wide enough to cover such cases where the defects are not merely jurisdictional, strictly but similarly other defects also. any ..... supreme court to the civil court, giving him the benefit of section 14 of the limitation act. in such a case, the period for which petition remained pending before the writ court, can be excluded therefrom.6. in roshanlal nuthiala and ors. v. ..... supreme court without approaching the statutory forum, in a bona fide manner, he may be entitled of the benefit of provisions of section 14 of the limitation act. a similar order has been passed in trai foods ltd. v. national insurance co. (2004) 13 scc 656 relegating the party by the hon'ble .....

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Dec 16 2010 (HC)

Lalani Pandey at Vijay Shanker Pandey Vs. State of U.P and Others

Court : Allahabad

..... 16.11.2009 issued a notice to the petitioner under section 3 of the u.p. control of goondas act, 1970 (hereinafter referred to as the 'act') with the allegation that on the basis of information received by him, it appeared that lalani pandey @ vijay shanker pandey (petitioner), s/o late ram ..... respective complainants under section 156 (3) of the code. it appears that the complainants of those cases had approached the police first and informed about the commission of the offence and when no f.i.r. was registered by the police then they had to move applications under ..... the police would have in its natural course registered the above cases against the accused. when the police did not register any case on the information of the complainants, the complainants approached to the learned magistrate by moving applications under section 156 (3) of the code for direction to ..... petitioner in support of his argument has placed reliance upon a case shankar ji shukla v. ayukt, allahabad mandal, allahabad and others reported in [2005 (52) acc 638] decided by this court. 9. sri rajendra kumar dwivedi, the learned additional government advocate opposed the writ petition and argued ..... dated 15.7.2010. the petitioner being aggrieved by the impugned order passed by the district magistrate preferred an appeal under section 6 of the act before the learned commissioner, lucknow division, lucknow. the learned commissioner, lucknow division, lucknow found that the finding of the learned district magistrate was .....

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Feb 06 2006 (HC)

Rajesh Kumar Srivastava, S/O Sri Sudhir Kumar Srivastava and ors. Vs. ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006CriLJ1428; I(2006)DMC729

..... were paid in this regard. it is further alleged that the demand of dowry and torture continued, as on 11.12.2005 the victim was beaten by her husband at jamnagar (gujrat) at the residence of her in-laws' house. on information, her old father, retired from service, approached her, but the victim, her little daughter and father suffered injuries at his ..... been brought on record. anyhow, they managed the fare and returned to allahabad. the surrounding circumstances compelled smt. garima srivastava to file an application under section 24 of hindu marriage act for divorce.5. considering the facts and circumstances, the gravity of the allegations made in the f.i.r. and in absence of any convincing ground pointed out on behalf ..... petition is for quashing the impugned f.i.r. registered as case crime no. 1 of 2006 under sections 498a, 323, 504, 506 ipc and section3/4 of dowry prohibition act pertaining to police station mahila thana, district allahabad or other relief as appear expedient in the interest of justice under the facts and circumstances of the case.4. the marriage .....

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Nov 28 2005 (HC)

Deo NaraIn Gupta Son of Late Jagarnath Gupta Vs. Mohammad Ahmad Saleem ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2006(2)AWC1499

..... granted permission to file an appeal on 18.3.2005. as per the information given by the learned counsel, the special appeal was filed on 17.5.2005 along with a stay application, in which a division bench of this court only issued notices on the ..... , the judgement of the court is with regard to the payment of post retirement benefits. the applicant has served the opposite party and it is his right to get the post retirement benefits.11. in view of the aforesaid, in the interest of justice and as a last resort i grant six weeks ..... complied with or not. similar view was again reiterated by the supreme court in director of education, uttaranchal and ors. v. ved prakash joshi and ors. 2005 scc (cri) 1357.7. in the present case, the judgment in writ petition was delivered on 26.3.2004. after almost one year, the state government ..... court. till date, nothing has been indicated as to what steps, the opposite party has taken to get the application under section 5 of the limitation act decided or get the appeal decided on merit. at the present moment, the present appeal filed by the opposite party is defective and the stay application ..... application filed under section 5 of the limitation act. notice on the stay application has not been issued by the division .....

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