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Nov 21 2015 (HC)

Central India Institute of Medical Sciences Vs. Union of India, throug ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... basis of research work conducted by them at the petitioner institute. it also has 4 registered patents in medicine issued by the office of the controller of patents designs and trade marks under patent and designs act. 6. it was granted approval by respondent no.1 under section 35[1] [ii] of the 1961 act, and it accordingly fulfilled all the terms .....

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Sep 11 2014 (HC)

Bajirao Vs. Sanjay Prakashchand Kothari and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... is shown to have no jurisdiction or had purported to usurp jurisdiction without any legal foundation. he relied upon the ruling in the case of whirlpool corporation vs. registrar of trade marks, mumbai and others reported in air 1999 sc 22 (1). it was observed in paras 20 and 21 thus:- ??20. much water has since flown beneath the bridge, but there .....

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Sep 04 2013 (HC)

Nandu S/O Sambaji Nagarkar Vs. State of Maharashtra, Through Its Secre ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... 1898 found the rule ??as necessary now, as it was when lord coke reported 'heydon's case (v) ? . in ?? 'eastman photographic material co. vs. comptroller general of patents, designs and trade marks' 1898 act 571 at p.576 (x) earl of halsbury reaffirmed the rule as follows : ??my lords, it appears to me that to construe the statute in question, it is .....

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Sep 07 2016 (HC)

Citizen Forum For Equality Vs. The State of Maharashtra through its Ch ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... of society. if it is still wanted by the society, then as private lands can not be effectively earmarked for any user or if already marked, need to be acquired by paying compensation; the object of mrtp act may again fail. then, only alternative to provide lands for garden, playgrounds etc. are the lands vested with or owned by the state government ..... be taken after a public advertisement and hearing all concerned within one year from today. 10) respondent state government also to deliberate on various issues having bearing on implementation of mrtp act as noted supra in paragraph 88 and 89 above. these deliberations be also completed within next one year. however, before taking final decision on any proposal for dereservation, ..... , it became clear that the state government does not have data ready with it to show the percentage of earmarked reservations lost by the law abiding public in the process. mrtp act is intended for scientific development of towns by providing requisite extent of lands for public utility, gardens, playgrounds, residential purpose etc. these lands for garden, school, hospital, playground ..... puranik, learned counsel. he submits that notification of change dated 21.02.2004 is issued after completing necessary formalities and as per law. as powers under section 37(2) of mrtp act are exercised, challenge to it in present pil is unsustainable. 33. shri dharmadhikari, learned senior advocate, representing respondent no. 13 submits that said respondent is a lessee of .....

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Apr 20 2016 (HC)

Nitin Vs. Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... the respondent as actual result has been looked into by the respondent and it found that the petitioner has passed examination before the last date with more marks. 6. the copy of provisional national trade certificate issued by the directorate of vocational education and training, to the petitioner which contains details of result is fairly made available for perusal of this ..... respondent and as those training centres were started on different dates, to facilitate the trainees therefrom, last date was extended only for those candidates and in relation to certain trades. he submits that accordingly the agency to which recruitment was handed over was informed but that agency did not publish on-line the complete text and hence under wrong ..... respondent. 2. shri mohokar, learned counsel for the petitioner states that 10.09.2014 was the last date for submission of application form, however, on that date result of trade test conducted by the directorate of vocational education and training, maharashtra state, mumbai, was not declared and hence the petitioner could not file on-line application. the respondent extended ..... court by shri mohgaonkar, learned counsel. a copy of the same is taken on record and marked as exh. "x" for identification. the certificate shows date of result .....

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Sep 07 2015 (HC)

Janardhan Ramaji @ Ramrao Bannagare Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... the defence and the post mortem report proved by p.w.7 dr. rajesh. a perusal of the inquest panchanama shows that there were marks of injury to left thumb and lower part of the leg. the marks were also seen on the neck and dried blood was found at various spots. dark patches were found on the side of buttocks indicating .....

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Dec 21 2012 (HC)

Tushar Babanrao Deshmukh Vs. the State of Maharashtra and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... 150) in support of the aforesaid propositions. the learned assistant government pleader submits that the petitioner did not possess the requisite experience and also did not obtain the minimum marks in the oral interview as required and as such, his candidature has rightly been rejected by the respondent mpsc. 11) we will first deal with the preliminary objection raised ..... petitioner having participated in the selection process is now estopped from challenging the same. it is contended that petitioner while appearing for interview was aware that unless he secures 40 marks in interview, he would not be qualified. it is, therefore, submitted that having knowledge of the said requirement, after participating in the selection process, the petitioner is now ..... law, the respondent mpsc could not have altered the terms and conditions, which were provided in the advertisement. it is submitted that the advertisement specifically provided that the marks of both written examination and oral examination would be counted for considering as to whether a candidate is qualified or not. the learned senior counsel relying on the judgments ..... , declined to go into that question. the learned tribunal found that since the petitioner's candidature was rejected on the ground that he did not obtain more than 40 marks in the oral interview, the original application was liable to be rejected. however, the learned tribunal left open the issue regarding applicability of the said standing order. being aggrieved .....

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Sep 17 2010 (HC)

Director, Postal Services, Nagpur Region, and ors. Vs. Sanjay S/O Govi ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... candidates has been considered on their own merits. only because one pitamber majhi had obtained higher marks in the matriculation examination, the same by itself should not have been a ground for cancelling the order of recruitment passed in favour of respondent.14. when a selection committee ..... on the face of the record, a rectification thereof is permissible without giving any hearing to the aggrieved party.13. the respondent was recruited not only on the basis of marks obtained by him in the matriculation examination but also upon consideration of various other criteria necessary therefor. he filed all necessary and requisite documents. the candidature of all the ..... marginal. since we have held that there is no violation of rule regarding recruitment on the part of the appointing authority, even if, some candidates with less percentage of marks were selected and appointed, no illegality much less material irregularity could be said to have been committed by the authority. it is important to note that there is no allegation ..... with the said additional affidavit in this court and urged that the vigilance report clearly shows the material irregularity in the appointments, namely, that in some cases candidates having more marks were not preferred, as required. according to him, though the said vigilance report is filed before this court for the first time so also the other documents regarding abolition .....

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Oct 21 2016 (HC)

Smruti Vs. Anant and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

oral judgment: (vasanti a naik, j.) 1. the family court appeal is admitted and decided finally after perusing the original record and proceedings. 2. by this family court appeal, the appellant-wife challenges the judgment of the family court, akola, dated 17.06.2013, allowing the petition filed by the respondent-husband for a decree of divorce under section 13(1)(i) of the hindu marriage act on the ground that the appellant-wife had illicit relationship with the respondent nos.2, 3 and 4 during the subsistence of her marriage with the respondent-husband. 3. the appellant-wife (hereinafter referred to as the wife for the sake of convenience) and the respondent-husband (hereinafter referred to as the husband ) were married at hiwarkhed in akola district on 25.06.2000, according to the hindu rites and custom. a girl named khushi and a boy named harsh were born from the wedlock. the parties resided together till 08.06.2012 at akola. the husband then filed a petition for a decree of divorce under section 13(1)(i) of the hindu marriage act on the ground that after the solemnization of the marriage, the wife had illicit relationship with the respondent nos.2, 3 and 4. to the petition filed by the husband, the husband had joined the wife, keshav kale, rajendra bhakre and gajanan bele as respondent nos.2, 3 and 4. in the said petition, it was pleaded that the wife behaved well with the husband for about seven to eight years after the marriage but, during the past two to three years .....

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Oct 04 2016 (HC)

Mohd. Hanif and Others Vs. The State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

oral judgment on preliimiinary issues. b.p. dharmadhiikarii, j. 1. these two appeals under section 374[2] of the criminal procedure code arise out of common judgment dated 30.03.2016, delivered in sessions trial nos. 144/2012 and 233/2014. accused persons are found guilty of committing various offences like under section 143, 144, 147, 148 and section 324 read with section 149, section 302 read with section 149 of indian penal code. the maximum imprisonment imposed is for offence punishable under section 302 read with section 149 of indian penal code, and they are sentenced to imprisonment for life and fine of rs. 10,000/- each. looking to the challenge as posed, it is not necessary to mention other punishments which are imposed upon them by the impugned judgment. 2. basically arguments have been advanced in criminal appeal no. 139/2016, where the original accused no.5 mohd hanif and accused no.6 mohd. azam are the appellants. these arguments are urged to be sufficient to vitiate the common judgment and therefore, valid for even allowing appeal no. 189/2016 filed by the original accused nos. 1 to 4. according to learned senior advocate in view of fundamental error in trial, the remand and a fresh judgment in both the trials is necessary. after hearing, it became clear that prayer for remand could have been granted if the contentions were accepted. but, in case of its rejection, these appeals could not have been dismissed and hearing on merits would have been necessitated. .....

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