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Oct 21 2011 (HC)

Gajraj and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-21-2011

..... developed or used for industrial purpose. most of the land is in possession of the villagers, who are carrying on agriculture relating activities. an application was submitted under the right to information act, 2005 on 20.06.2011, seeking information about the industrial development in the acquired land of the village in question, which was replied by letter dated 11.07.2011. as per the ..... by the petitioners vide letter dated 25.2.2010 to the chief executive officer for exempting the petitioners' land from acquisition. information was also obtained under the right to information act 2005 and by letter dated 6.10.2010 the petitioners have been informed to the effect that out of 1.178 hectares of land of plot no. 407, only 0.778 has been proposed ..... which was with the state government, no reasonable person can form an opinion that there was need to dispense with the enquiry under section 5a of the act. under the right to information act, the petitioner was informed that the area of village roza yakubpur is included in tech zone-4, sector-2, sector 16, sector 16b, ichotech-12, ichotech-13 and ichotech-15. ..... information given by the public information officer (industries), no land has been allotted for industrial purpose in village ghori bacchera. a copy of the letter dated 11.07.2011 has been .....

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Jan 05 2011 (HC)

Sukh Lal Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-05-2011

..... for 14 days. the petitioner's vehicle was also claimed to be attached from 2nd march, 2006. the petitioner made an application under the right to information act, 2005 enquiring details of outstanding amount in his loan amount. he was informed by letter dated 18th august, 2010 that total due till 31st august, 2010 is rs.4,44,004/-. the branch of respondent no.4 ..... sent a letter dated 20th october, 2010 to tahsildar/sub divisional officer, tahsil bara, allahabad informing that defaulters who are covered by proceedings under section 95 ..... additional district judge, banda and others reported in a.i.r. 1994 (allahabad) 298. (iv)even in proceedings of recovery under section 95-a of the 1965 act, the petitioner has to be informed of the dues and without giving any opportunity of hearing recovery certificate cannot be sent by the registrar under section 95-a. reliance has been placed on the ..... deed is void has no substance. 27. the next submission of counsel for the petitioners is that even in the proceedings under section 95-a of the 1965 act, the petitioners have to be informed of the dues. he has placed reliance on a division bench judgment of this court in the case of m/s. ram narain himmat ram and another .....

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Jan 29 2011 (HC)

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Chawla Vs. State of Up and Ors

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-29-2011

..... sent a reply on 16.12.2009 that the show cause notice did not contain the documents. he also made an application under (the) right to information act, 2005 demanding copy of the enquiry report in response to which he received a letter dated 22.4.2010 stating that the copy of the enquiry ..... office of the chief medical officer in proceeding for training. the enquiry officer did not make any attempt to find out whether the directorate was informed and had communicated the training programme to the petitioner and that whether the charge certificate stated to be given by the petitioner was available in ..... is stated that the additional director personally visited the residence of the petitioner on 10.11.2009 for service on the petitioner but he was informed by his wife that the petitioner was not available and hence show cause notice was published in daily newspapers. thereafter in paragraph-5 it is ..... of enquiry report upon him. instead of sending enquiry report to the petitioner at his known residential address an effort was made to publish the information in newspapers. paragraphs 38 and 43 of the counter affidavit are quoted below:- "38. that the contents of paragraph 52 and 53 of the ..... principal secretary, medical and health department, government of up. in these two paragraphs quoted as below, it is not denied that the petitioner was informed about the change of enquiry officer, and that the show cause notice was sought to be served by making a publication in the newspapers. although it .....

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Jan 29 2011 (HC)

Ram Kripal Tripathi Vs. Registrar General and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-29-2011

..... commander at arms cdr-at-arms, public information officer (navy) informed him that shri surya prakash singh has expressed his unwillingness to provide information and since the information sought by him is a third party information, it is exempt from disclosure under section 11 of the right to information act, 2005. in appeal against the order the appellate ..... authority also refused to disclose the information as shri surya prakash singh ex-poelar had expressed unwillingness to provide the information. the petitioner was, however, informed ..... by piu, navy that the word ex-poelar stands for (retired) "petty officer electrician air radio". the petitioner-appellant, thereafter, took up the matter to central information ..... no.3 was not even a radio operator. he has infact concealed his experience. he was only a radio mechanic. the information received by him under the right to information act shows that shri surya prakashj singh retired as 'poelar', which stands for 'petty officer electrician air radio'. according to him the .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

Ms Md Overseas Limited Vs. Director General of Income Tax and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... for the petitioner submitted that: the petitioner was an aggrieved party. apart from him, anyone was also entitled to know about the information or reasons to believe for authorising search under the right to information act, 2005 (the rti act); the search was challenged before the court of law. the department had to justify its action. this could only be done by ..... producing the record or filing affidavit disclosing the information; before this court, the evidence act is applicable. the department had produced the record without claiming ..... enacted to establish a practical regime to secure access to information under the control of public authorities. this was in order to promote the ..... the petitioner were entitled to see it; and the question of relevancy of the information could only be adjudged after hearing the counsel for the petitioner otherwise, it would amount to denial of principles of natural justice. right to information act-- not applicable 45. the rti act has been enacted to bring about the transparency in government action. it was .....

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Oct 19 2011 (HC)

M/S. Modern Rice Mill Vs. Mvvnl and Another

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-19-2011

..... connected to ibm compatible computers equipped with the special base computer software (bcs). the computer then receive all readings and other data from mri on the serial communication port. the information available on computer can be downloaded and maintained for analysis of power consumed, load management, energy auditing and billing etc. 153. the secure meters, to start with, were ..... electricity board installed computerized digital meters at first instance at the premises of heavy industrial consumers. 148. a photocopy of brochure of the secure meter manufacturing company giving some information about secure meters is on record. the manufacturing company claim that secure meter is not just a solid state replacement for electromechanical ferrarish wheel kwh meters but is a ..... is not attracted. reliance is placed on prasun roy vs. calcutta municipal development authority (1987) 4 scc 217 (para 6 and 10). the procedure prescribed in the act, 2003 and code 2005 has to be adhered in words and spirit and deviation therefrom would vitiate the statutory orders passed therein. reliance is placed on ashok kumar and others v. state ..... laboratory to follow certain procedure before testing of the meter, namely, information to consumer of the proposed date of testing, giving opportunity to consumer or his representative to be present personally at the time of testing, obtaining signature of such person, if he is so present and a right to the consumer to dispute such testing as provided in clause .....

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Feb 11 2011 (HC)

Sudha Tiwari Vs. Union of India and Other

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-11-2011

..... striking down the condition no. 17 of the information brochure providing 53 per cent reservation in b.ed course for the academic session 2008-2009 in private unaided institutions. the petitioner has also prayed to issue an appropriate writ order or direction declaring the constitution (ninety third amendment) act, 2005 ultra vires in as much as it pertains ..... except minority educational institutions established under article 30 (1) of the constitution. 6. that the constitution (ninety-third amendment) act, 2005 is in consonance with the scheme and aims of the constitution. the aforesaid amendment neither abrogates fundamental rights of the people of india nor is contrary to the basic feature of the constitution. 7. the provisions of article ..... to those belonging to weaker sections of society." 5. the constitution (ninety third amendment) act, 2005 has by inserting a new clause (5) in article 15 of the constitution, enabled the state to make special provision, by law, for the protection of the rights of the scheduled castes (scs), the scheduled tribes (sts) and socially and educationally backward ..... non-professional but unaided educational institutions viz,. graduation and post graduation non-professional colleges or institutes. 69. in such professional unaided institutions, the management will have the right to select teachers as per the qualifications and eligibility conditions laid down by the state/university subject to adoption of a rational procedure of selection. a rational fee .....

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Oct 14 2011 (HC)

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

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-14-2011

..... 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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May 09 2011 (HC)

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

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-09-2011

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 14 2011 (HC)

Riyasat Vs. State of U.P

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-14-2011

..... investigating officer have failed to adduce any cogent evidence. the motive is very feeble which has been deliberately developed by the prosecution witnesses. the first information report was also lodged after great delay when the police station was only at a distance of one and a half kilometres away from the place ..... recovery memos, photo nash, challan nash etc., which were prepared by him during investigation. he has stated in his cross examination that in the first information report the name of riyasat and two unknown persons were mentioned and during the investigation the name of appellant guddu came into light and the whereabouts ..... at 1 p.m. and who proved the following injuries on the body of the deceased;(i) iw-5x2 cm. back side 3 cm. below from right scapula angle x bone deep.(ii) iw-4 x 1 cm. back side x bow deep 4 cm. away from ist injury.(iii) iw-3 x ..... of the post mortem report and collecting materialevidence against the appellants, the charge sheet was submitted. the charge was framed against the appellants on 19.1.2005 under section 302 read with section 34 i.p.c. the appellants pleaded not guilty and claimed trial.3. the prosecution in order to substantiate the ..... reached at the house of deceased and onlythen the first information report was lodged. the recovery of pistol and knife was also not reliable to connect the accused/appellants with the crime. the same is in contravention of section 27 of the evidence act as the recoveries have been effected at the pointing of .....

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