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Feb 27 2013 (HC)

Neelam Shetty Vs. National Council for Hotel Management

Court : Chennai

..... , followed by the registration of complaint in fir on 22.07.2003 by the inspector of police, velacherry under section 4 of tamil nadu prohibition of ragging act, 1997 and under sections 354 and 506(ii) ipc and under prohibition of harassment of women's act, 1998. on 23.07.2003, a team of police headed by the assistant commissioner conducted an enquiry with the alleged five senior ..... obligations allotted to her.9. in this background, it is useful to refer to rule 3 and rule 4 of the tamil nadu prohibition of ragging rules, 1999. "rule 3:- mode of giving complaint the student shall give complaint referred to in sub section (1) of section 6 of the act in writing to the management within three days from the date of occurrence of ..... of the police station shall on receipt of the aid written complaint, register the case and proceed further in accordance with law.10. it is pertinent to note that the tamil nadu prohibition of ragging rules, 1999 came into effect by the state government by passing g.o.ms.no.366 on 26th july 1999. the occurrence took place in the year 2003, which ..... court solemnly advise the second respondent institution to initiate disciplinary action against the principal, at the relevant point of time, for her inaction over the complaint of ragging, even after consciously having knowledge of tamil nadu prohibition of ragging rules, 1999, being in force.14. in the result, the writ petition is ordered on the above terms. it is made clear that the refund of .....

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Jul 31 2015 (HC)

V.Jobin David Vs. 1. the Principal,

Court : Chennai

..... his expulsion from the college. before deciding the issue, it is worthwhile to refer to the provisions of tamil nadu prohibition of ragging act, 1997, which read as under: ?.4) penalty of ragging: whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates ?.ragging?. within or without any educational institution, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to ..... college?.) is owned and administered by, subbalakshmi lakshmipathy foundation. the foundation is a charitable trust incorporated under section 25 of the companies act, 1956. the certificate of incorporation has been issued by the registrar of companies, tamil nadu - no.18 ?. 18186 of 1989. the main objects of the foundation include medical relief to the poor, establishment of hospitals ..... education in letter no.2857/a2/07-1 dated 14.03.2007. the committee found the allegations true and that the petitioner was leading the activities of ragging. the committee recommended for dispelling petitioner and 2 other students from the college. it recommended minor punishments for the remaining 9 students. the college, by letter ..... dismissal order, there was no constitution of discipline and welfare committee as required under the madurai kamaraj university act.5. on the contrary, learned counsel for the 1st respondent has vehemently contended that pursuant to several complaints of ragging levelled against the petitioner, which were received from the newly admitted students, after forming a committee to .....

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Nov 27 1979 (HC)

A. Arunachalam Pillai Vs. Sri Mayuranathaswamy Temple, Mayuram by Its ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1980)2MLJ247

..... and, instead, the lessee of a cocoa-nut tope was recognised to be a cultivating tenant and, as such, protected, from dispossession, by the tamil nadu act xxv of 1955. placing reliance on this judgment, the appellant's counsel urged that the ratio contained in this judgment must be applied in the present case ..... thus gained possession of the tope unlawfully, the appellant filed a petition in p. no. 276 of 1973 in the revenue court, mayuram under tamil nadu act xxi of 1972, and falsely claimed that he was a lessee or sub-lessee of the property and that he was contributing his personal physical labour ..... issue 7, the trial judge held that the land had been converted into a tope and therefore, the exemption contained in section 51 of the tamil nadu public trusts act, lvii of 1961, would operate in favour of the, respondent and hence the respondent was en-titled to recover possession of the tope. under ..... does not seriously dispute this. a tope has been defined in clause (29) of section 2 of the tamil nadu public trusts (regulation of administration of agricultural lands) act, 1961 hereinafter referred to as the act), in the following terms:'tope' means any land containing groups we may safely state that if the suit ..... of the cocoanut and other trees was leased out to the second defendant, but the lease was of a composite nature because there was no prohibition for raising crops in the suit property or the formation of a kitchen garden. not only the trees on the land, but the land also .....

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Mar 08 1983 (HC)

H.P. Ramakrishna Rao Vs. the Assistant Collector and Licensing Authori ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1983Mad361

..... be necessary to give an oppurtunity to the holder of the licence to permit to state his objections.' 9. this sub-section was added by section 7 of the tamil nadu prohibition (second amendment) act 1981. according to the learner counsel for the petitioner, even sub-section 4) of section 23 cannot be constructed as conferring a power to pass an interim suspension order ..... been framed by the government in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 17-b, 17-c and 18-c read with section 54 of the tamil nadu prohibition act, 1947. therefore, we cannot disassociate the rules from the act under which they have been made. it is well established that normally the rules are made to provide for matters which are not covered by ..... out. in support of this contention the learned counsel refers to the objects and reasons for bringing in sub-section (4). in the statement of objects and reasons for the tamil nadu prohibition amendment act of 1981 (t. n. act 51 or 1981) it has been stated as follows:-'the government have also decided that the authorities granting licence under the ..... blending unit and no arrack shall be sold loose, the petitioner was found to have contravened r.12 of the tamil nadu arrack (retail shop) rules 1981, hereinafter referred to as the rules. immediately the cans were entrusted to the inspector of police prohibition enforcement wing, hosur for registering a case and the third respondent was asked to initiate action against the petitioner .....

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Jul 09 1998 (HC)

A. Mariyayee Vs. the Commissioner and Secretary, Prohibition and Excis ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1998)3MLJ145

..... submitted that the licensing authority is expected to take only certain matters into consideration for the grant of licence and the same are enumerated in section 20-a of the tamil nadu prohibition act. it is said that what the section contemplates is the suitability of the applicant for the grant of licence and not the suitability of the locality of the building which ..... said that the irremovability is a law declared by the honourable supreme court and also by various statutes, and the same cannot be taken away by a rule under the tamil nadu prohibition act. it is further said that the petitioner in this case has obtained lease from 2nd respondent therein only for the purpose of conducting a liquor shop. even though the term ..... orders.s. subramani, j.1. in this batch of writ petitions, the main question to be considered is the scope of rule 13 of the tamil nadu liquor (retail vending) rules, 1989.2. under section l7-c of the tamil nadu prohibition act, 1937, it shall be lawful for the state government to grant to any person or persons on such conditions and for such period as ..... 1998: in this writ petition, petitioner seeks issuance of writ of mandamus, directing respondents 2 and 3 to cancel the licence granted under l-3/30411/97 dated 28.5.1997 relating to imfl shop at no. 6, poes road, teynampet, chennai-18, to the 4th respondent therein.63. fourth respondent is a tenant, and, on the basis of a lease .....

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Aug 25 2000 (HC)

P. Subramanian Vs. Joint Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Tiruchir ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2000(4)CTC409

..... , j., after holding that the accused-respondent guilty under section 25 of the tamil nadu weights and measures (enforcement) act, 1958, in lieu of sentencing him to pay fine,released him under section 3(1) of the probation of offenders act after due admonition and made it clear that the release of the accused-respondent ..... the special office of the bank with effect from 3.1.92. as the employee had attracted the disqualification asper rule 149 (5) of the tamil nadu co-operative societies rules, 1988, according to which a person who is found guilty, of any offence involving moral turpitude shall cease to be an ..... were terminated by the special officerof the bank with effect from 3.1.92 as the employee had attracteddisqualification as per rule 149 (5) of the tamil nadu co-operative societiesrules, 1988. in the appeals in cri. appeal nos.244 and 236 of 1990. thesessions court. trichy set aside the sentences and released ..... 4. it is settled law that section 12 of the probation of offenders act, 1958 does not preclude the department from taking action for misconduct leading to the ..... may not affect his service career in view of section 12 of the probation of offenders act.'11. the other decision referred to is in the case of addl. d.i.g. of police v. p. r.k. mohan, : (1997)11scc571 . with regard to implication of section 12. their lordships have held thus:-'para .....

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Mar 29 2010 (HC)

N. Sengodan Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Police and Inspector General an ...

Court : Chennai

..... the major penalty of compulsory retirement. admittedly, in the present case, the charge against the petitioner arose out of section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act. the said provision would have resulted in not imposing with a penalty of imprisonment, but only a fine. even in that case, the learned ..... a drunken mood. therefore, a criminal case was registered against the petitioner in crime no. 770 of 1998 under section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act. the petitioner was also chargesheeted on 5.10.1998 after investigation. he was tried before the court of judicial magistrate-ii, coimbatore. though the ..... fact that the petitioner was only charged for an offence under section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act and that he was also let off by the magistrate under the probation of offenders act and that the authority have not passed a speaking order while imposing a major penalty and the appellate ..... , dated 5.8.1998 under rule 3(b) was framed against the petitioner. the petitioner gave his explanation denying the charges. the petitioner moved the tamil nadu administrative tribunal with o.a. no. 7028 of 1998 challenging the action of respondents proceeding with the departmental enquiry on the ground that since criminal action ..... orderk. chandru, j.1. the petitioner filed o.a. no. 4690 of 2001 before the tamil nadu administrative tribunal, seeking to challenge the order, dated 31.5.2001, wherein and by which the first respondent deputy commissioner of police .....

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Jul 27 2005 (HC)

State of Kerala Vs. Sherin

Court : Kerala

Reported in : 2005CriLJ4696

..... , it is satisfied that it would not be desirable to deal with him under section 3 or section 4'.16. in masarullah v. state of tamil nadu : 1983crilj1043 the-apex court held as follows :'in case of an offender under the age of 21 years on the date of commission of the of ..... this court. the state has raised a contention that the learned sessions judge ought not have released the respondent under the provisions of probation of offenders act. though section 11(2) has not been specifically stated in the cause title of the appeal memorandum, we are of the view that that ..... was found guilty and convicted. instead of sentencing the respondent at once, the learned sessions judge released him under section 4 of the probation of offenders act on probation for good conduct for a period of three years on execution of a bond for rs. 10,000/- with two solvent sureties for ..... section 304, part ii of indian penal code the learned sessions judge ought, not have released the respondent under section 4 of the probation of offenders act but adequate sentence ought to have been imposed. so, this is an appeal specifically falls under section 377(1) of criminal procedure code. section 377 of ..... the learned single judge the learned public prosecutor raised two contentions:--i) the invocation of the provisions under section 4 of the probation of offenders act was a misuse of that provision.;ii) if the evidence on record is properly appreciated what is proved is an offence under section 302 and .....

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Mar 12 1982 (HC)

V. Kuppusamy Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1983Mad222

..... holder of the licence or permit to state his objections'.it is true that under section 23 (4), which came to be introduced by the tamil nadu prohibition (second amendment) act 51 of 1981, the authority concerned is empowered to suspend the licence to state his objections. if section 23 (4) is taken to be ..... -1982, in the present writ petition. that order was passed by the second respondent under section 23 (4) of the tamil nadu prohibition act x of 1937, hereinafter referred to as the act. the order of the second respondent has set forth the irregularities found at the time of the inspection of the shop of ..... the acute shortage of foodstuffs in the country, the government is bound to take all effective steps to implement the provisions of the essential commodities act (1955) and the various orders issued under s.e thereof from time to time. the conferral of the power of suspension of the licence of ..... disposal of the charges against the petitioner.2. mr.g.gopinatha learned counsel for the petitioner, would attack subsection (4) if section 23 of the act, under which the impugned order has been passed, by stating that the said provision is violative of art 14 of the constitution of the india. ..... petitioner on 27-1-1982, by the assistant commissioner (excise) thanjavur, and opining that a prima facie case for violation of the provisions of the act and certain rules 1981, and condition no.4 of the licence, the second respondent suspended the licence of the petitioner. it has been clearly stated .....

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Jun 27 2012 (HC)

E.Sivananth Vs. the Chairman

Court : Chennai

..... o.(ms.) no.101, home (police-ix) department, dated 30.01.2003, the government of tamil nadu issued an amendment to the tamil nadu special police subordinate service rules, 1978, in exercise of the powers conferred under the tamil nadu district police act,1859, and section 9 of the chennai city police act read with the proviso to article 309 of the constitution of india. one of the ..... act read with the proviso to article 309 of the constitution of india and one of the amendments introduced ..... of selection or during the course of selection process, is not disputed.40. therefore, in conclusion, we hold that the amended rule 14(b) of the special rules for tamil nadu police subordinate services is not ultra vires or unconstitutional. we also hold that the non selection of the writ petitioners or the rejection of their candidatures, by the respondents, either ..... this regard, it is to be stated that the government of tamil nadu, by a government order in g.o.ms.no.101, home (police-ix) department, dated 30.01.2003, has brought an amendment to the tamil nadu special police subordinate service rules,1978, in exercise of the powers conferred under the tamil nadu district police act,1859, and section 9 of the chennai city police .....

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