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Mar 24 2006 (HC)

Praveen Verma, son of Sri Triloki Nath Srivastava Vs. the Hon'ble High ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-24-2006

Reported in : 2006(3)AWC2986

..... act, 2005, which reads:6. request for obtaining information -(1) a person, who desires to obtain any information under this act, shall make a request in writing or through electronic means ..... ii of the said act, 2005 has to be read along with section 6 of the said ..... that said decision was rendered before promulgation of 'right to information act, 2005'. aforesaid case was with respect to 'election matter'. apex court has no where laid down that in case a person possesses right to information, it has to be furnished without asking for it.12. law has now been codified with the enactment of 'right to information act, 2005.' however, 'right to information' under sections 3 and 4 of chapter .....

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Mar 10 2006 (HC)

Ramesh Kumar Upadhyaya Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-10-2006

Reported in : 2006CriLJ2247

..... the lethargic and indifferent attitude in disposing of the petitioner's representation. this fact also vitiates the detention of the petitioner under the act. hence detention order dated 30-4-2005 is liable to be quashed.because no information has been given to the petitioner as to whether the central government has been decided the representation of the petitioner on which date, ..... representation to the concerned detaining authority, state government, union government and to the advisory board in accordance with section 8 of the act. under section 10 thereof, the petitioner made a representation to the authorities on 23-5-2005 which was received to the state government on 24 ..... order dated 30.4.2005, annexure no. 1 to the writ petition, quashing of which is sought by the petitioner through this petition.3. the petitioner was served with the grounds of detention on the day of its passing and a perusal of the same indicates the facts mentioned herein before. the petitioner was also informed about his right to make a ..... -5-2005 and the case of the petitioner was referred .....

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Jul 05 2006 (HC)

Ajeet Singh Alias Muraha Son of Vijay Singh Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-05-2006

Reported in : 2007CriLJ170

..... court in this case, the provisions of the code have been amended by code of criminal procedure (amendment) act, 2005 by which section 50a has been inserted. it requires the police to give information about the arrest of the person as well as the place where he is being held to anyone who ..... at certain stages under the code of criminal procedure - such as section 50 whereunder the person arrested is to be informed of the grounds of his arrest and to his right of bail and under section 57 dealing with person arrested not to be detained for more than 24 hours and under ..... become frustrated and contempt for law develops. the court further observed as under:..if we lay too much of emphasis on protection of their fundamental rights and human rights, such criminals may go scot-free without exposing any element or iota of criminality, the crime would go unpunished and in the ultimate analysis ..... accordance with the provisions of the code of criminal procedure.17. in state of maharashtra v. mohd. rashid and anr. (2005) 7 scc 56, the question as to the right of an accused to four working days written notice whenever his arrest was needed in the following three years came up for consideration ..... and statutory safeguards and do not detract from various directions given by the courts from time to time in connection with the safeguarding of the rights and dignity of the arrestee. this court has also cautioned that failure to comply with the requirements aforesaid, shall apart from rendering the official .....

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Feb 23 2006 (HC)

Virendra Kumar JaIn and Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-23-2006

Reported in : (2006)203CTR(All)479; [2006]283ITR541(All)

..... of the said assessee-petitioner 'for the purposes of co-ordinated and effective investigation' from kanpur to delhi. the petitioner, virendra kumar jain, submitted reply dated april 1, 2005, requesting the authority to inform him the material and evidence on the basis of which it had come to the conclusion that the assessee had connections with the shikhar gutkha group. according to ..... the petitioner, the said information was sought in this regard earlier also.2. in the case of m/s. vijay kumar pradeep kumar (w. p. no. 756 of 2005), show cause notice under section 127(1) of the act contained similar averments as in the case of virender kumar jain (petitioner in writ ..... in exercise of his jurisdiction under section 127(2) of the income-tax act, 1961 (called 'the act'), read with section 11, wealth-tax act and section 7 of the gift-tax act, 1958, transferring the cases of the petitioners from kanpur to delhi. a show-cause notice dated march 16, 2005, was given to the petitioner as required under section 127(1) of the ..... petition no. 755 of 2005). in response to the said notice, the assessee in question (vijay kumar pradeep kumar) submitted reply dated .....

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Feb 08 2006 (HC)

Sahara Airlines Ltd. and ors. Vs. Director General of Income Tax (inve ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-08-2006

Reported in : (2006)202CTR(All)1; [2006]286ITR33(All)

..... the facts, which have led to the formation of opinion for proposed transfer, have to be broadly and briefly informed to the assessee. on knowing the aforesaid ground and the facts and circumstances of the case, the assessee would have a right to object by filing written representation/objections and thereafter the authority concerned, after affording an opportunity of personal hearing, ..... year 1996 for transfer of cases from lucknow to new delhi under the given circumstances, at that time, could not have been made the basis of transfer in the year 2005, ignoring the subsequent events and developments.(v) interlacing and interconnection of funds and business activities of different entities and companies are mere business transactions and well-known in the ..... was avoided from being categorically replied.9. after considering the reply of the petitioners, the impugned order of transfer was passed on 29th july, 2005. the order of transfer passed under section 127(2) of the act takes into consideration the various objections raised by the petitioners and holds that the sahara group consists of several companies, firms and individuals, which are ..... the assessees at lucknow are being assessed by the respective aos of their circle.4. the notice under section 127(2) of the act has been issued in all the cases and the date of notice is 20th june, 2005. the notice has been issued and served upon the petitioners saying that the sahara group consists of several companies, firms and individuals .....

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Feb 23 2006 (HC)

R.K. Agarwal and ors. Vs. Commissioner of Income Tax and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-23-2006

Reported in : (2006)201CTR(All)520; [2006]283ITR532(All)

..... with shri murlidhar agarwal. thus, proposed action initiated by you is illegal and bad in the eyes of law and till then i reserve my right to reply further in this connection.further, i have to inform you that my case is very much identical to the case mr. virendra kumar jain and m/s vijay kumar pradeep kumar, kanpur. the case ..... article 226 of the constitution of india and seek to challenge transfer of their case by a common order dt. 16th dec., 2005 passed by cit-i, kanpur in exercise of powers, vested under section 127(2), it act, 1961 (called the 'act') from kanpur to ao at. new delhi (annex, 4 to the leading writ petition).4. for convenience we refer to the ..... case record from kanpur to new delhi'. relevant contents of the said show-cause notice dt. 26th oct., 2005/annex. 2 to the writ petition are reproduced below :please refer to the notice under section 127(2) of the it act, 1961 dt. 20th sept., 2005 above.2. consequent upon the search and seizure operation under section 132 on 2nd july, 2003 in the ..... the purpose of co-ordinated and effective investigation.3. in this regard a notice dt. 20th sept., 2005 was issued to you in terms of section 127(2) of the it act, 1961 by learned cit-i, kanpur fixing the date of hearing at 27th sept., 2005 which was duly served on you.4. in this connection i am directed to intimate that one .....

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Mar 09 2006 (HC)

Chhotey Lal S/O Parmanand Vs. State of U.P. and Smt. Rati Basor W/O Ha ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-09-2006

Reported in : 2006CriLJ2265

..... file a protest is governed by section 190(1)(b) thereof. consideration on fr by a magistrate is a different act than to entertain a complaint. consideration on a final report by the magistrate does not takes away the right of the informant to file a complaint. moreover, there is another aspect of the matter. consideration on the final report by a magistrate ..... cr.p.c. and therefore all his/her witnesses should be directed to be examined. learned counsel for the applicant relied upon the judgment of the this court reported in 2005 acc 218 sat pal and ors. v. state of u.p. in that judgment the words 'all his witnesses' appearing in the section 202(2) proviso has not been examined ..... judicial magistrate orai on the above evidence summoned the applicant for offence under sections 376/504/506 323 ipc and section 3(1)(10)(12) sc/st act vide it's order dated 1.12.2005. hence this application under section 482 cr.p.c. for quashing of the said case. 4. the learned counsel firstly contended that in this case the ..... respondent state.2. the applicant has prayed for quashing of proceeding of complaint case being complaint case no. 164 of 2005 smt. rati v. chotey lal and anr. under sections 376/504/506/323 ipc and 3(1)(12) sc/st act ps nadigaon, district jalaun pending before judicial magistrate orai district jalaun.3. in the nut shell, the allegation of the .....

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Feb 28 2006 (HC)

Daiya Charitable Society Trust Vs. Chief Commissioner of Income Tax an ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-28-2006

Reported in : (2006)202CTR(All)161

..... beentaken....5. apparently, name of alleged 'legal consultant' nor the particular time or date of alleged 'approach' has been disclosed. there is time gap (between 9th july, 2005 to 31st july, 2005) of approximately 4 years. it is normally expected that petitioner should have disclosed name of the 'legal consultant' who had allegedly approached the authorities to show that petitioner has ..... obtained and, if so, why ?4. according to the petitioner, no action was taken on the said application and finally a reminder by way of written application dt. 31st july, 2005 titled 'grievance application' addressed to the chief cit (grievance), it office, allahabad, was filed, photocopy filed as annex. 6 to the writ petition. interestingly, in the said 'grievance ..... on record.the observation of the concerned authority that 'in the absence of genuine application for the purpose your claim for additional grant of interest under section 244a of the it act, 1961, beyond the statutory time-limit cannot be considered' admit no exception.8. entire claim of the petitioner is based on the pleading that petitioner had filed application dt ..... of principal amount was issued in 1999 and now interest was being claimed (as per 'grievance application') for the period ending upto 31st july, 2005 which actually meant claiming interest allowed under section 244a of the it act, 1961, for which there is no provision. said authority with reference to claim application dt. 8th july, 2001 noted that 'this application is .....

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May 22 2006 (HC)

Smt. Neelanjana Gupta Wife of Shri Munish Chandra Gupta, Smt. Sweta Gu ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-22-2006

Reported in : I(2007)DMC841

..... a decree of divorce by mutual consent.10. taking a cue from the aforesaid decisions we think that the interest of justice would be met if the fir at case crime no. 395 of 2005 and the 125 cr.p.c proceedings between the parties are quashed by this court.11. as we feel that the parties have amicably parted on the ..... imtiyaz murtaza and amar saran, jj.1. this writ petition has been filed by the petitioners for quashing the first information report lodged at case crime no. 395 of 2005, under sections 498a/323/504/506 ipc read with section 3/4 of dowry prohibition act, police station colonelganj, district allahabad.2. we have heard learned counsel for the parties, and have perused the ..... receiving the amount. she has further mentioned that she is no more interested in prosecuting the petitioners on the basis of the fir. she is also willing to file an application for withdrawal of criminal case no, 541 of 2005 (smt anjali gupta v. prashant gupta) under section 125 of code of criminal procedure pending before the principal judge, family court, allahabad ..... grant any unnecessary adjournment.12. in this view of the matter, we quash the criminal proceedings against the petitioners in case crime no. 395 of 2005, under sections 498a/323/504/506 ipc read with section 3a of dowry prohibition act, police station colonelganj, district allahabad. we further quash the proceedings under section 125 cr.p.c in case no. 451 of .....

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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

Decided on : Sep-27-2006

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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