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Apr 30 1970 (HC)

Trilokidas and ors. Vs. Firm Ram NaraIn Damodar and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-30-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj88

..... said that as far as he could see from the records it was not a fact that a penalty was levied against delivery of synthetic stones marked gl/11. however, mr. rehman has admitted that a suspension order was passed and delivery was suspended and later on it was effected and ..... of war for the defendants to perform their part of the contract; (2) that even assuming that it only became so after the hostile foreigners trading order dated 14th november, the plaintiffs, inasmuch as they gave the defendants further time for taking delivery upto 16th december, waived any breach committed before the ..... a suspension order had been passed in respect of it. it is alleged that out of the three cases consigned from geneva, only one case marked gl/11 consisting of three lakh carat white synthetic stones arrived in india of which delivery was taken by the defendant, but he did not ..... respondent is placing his reliance upon this letter to show that the consignment was released to the defendant under the orders of the controller of enemy trading for the instructions of the central government.28. the above documents unmistakably show that the consignment was detained, kept in the kings warehouse, its ..... foreign countries and had not the means to collect information for exercising powers under clause (d) of rule 97. jaipur state had no direct trade relation with foreign countries and all goods imported' into the state from foreign countries by land or sea were subject to the prohibitions and restrictions .....

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Jan 20 1970 (HC)

The State of Rajasthan Vs. Shri Guman Singh and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-20-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj191; 1970(3)WLN17

..... promotion committees which have been making selections for senior posts in the state services in rajasthan since 1960 have always considered that the system of marking prescribed in the circular is a fair and reasonable method of assessing the merit of officers and that they have never considered it to be ..... posts in state services have as their chairman, the chairman or member of the rajasthan public service commission. if they felt that the system of marking, which has been in vogue since 1960. prevented them in any way from exercising their independent judgment in assessing the merit of the officers whose ..... about a situation where a selection committee is left to ignore the clear mandate of the rule. it is better if a reasonable criterion or a marking system is embodied in the statutory rules themselves so that the candidates concerned may know in advance how their fate will be judged. but, as ..... the first selection at which the case of the officer is considered. the circular lays down that only officers who get a minimum of 65 marks can be considered for promotion to posts in the merit quota. the provision with regard to promotion to posts under the seniority-cum-merit quota ..... a confidential circular in 1960 no. f. 1 (6) apptts. 'd'/60 dated 31-8-60 under which merit was to be evaluated by allotting marks on the previous record of the officer. this circular was applicable to all state services except the rajasthan judicial service or the rajasthan higher judicial service which .....

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Dec 09 1970 (HC)

Bhupendra Singh Vs. Agricultural Income Tax Officer and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-09-1970

Reported in : 1970WLN778

l.n. chhangani, ag. c.j.1. this application raising a question relating to the interpretation of the words 'within such period, not being less than 30 days, as may be specified in the notice' in section 34 sub-section (2) of the rajasthan agricultural income tax act, 1953 (hereinafter referred to as the act) has been referred to this full bench by a division bench. the reference has been made as the bench hearing the writ application did not feel inclined to agree with the interpretation of similar words namely, 'within a period of not less than one month' in section 14(2) of the rajasthan municipalities act (hereinafter to be referred to as the municipalities act), and 'within a period of not less than one month' used in section 3(2) of the rajasthan agricultural produce markets act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the markets act) in two earlier bench decisions of this court in suresh chandra and ors. v. birdhi chand and ors. ilr (1965) (15) raj 793 and bhikam chand and ors. v. the state and another ilr (1965) 15 raj 897, and entertained doubts about the soundness of the view adopted in these two cases and considered necessary an examination of the controversy by a full bench.2. the facts relevant for deciding the writ application as also answering the reference may be stated as follows:3. on the 27th of january, 1960, a notice was issued against thakur mangal singh the predecessor-in-interest of the petitioner bhupendra singh under section 54 of the act calling upon him .....

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Oct 28 1970 (HC)

Mishrilal Vs. District Judge, Jodhpur and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-28-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj247; 1970(3)WLN550

beri, j. 1. this is a special appeal under section 18 of the rajasthan high court ordinance, 1949, directed against the rejection in limine of a civil writ petition by a learned single judge of this court in a matter relating to the declaration of the petitioner as a tout under section 36 of the legal practitioners act, 1879.2. the petitioner is a citizen of india and claimed to be employed as a clerk to an advocate at jodhpur. mr. o. c. chatterji, advocate and 14 others made an application to the district judge, jodhpur, that some 8 named persons be declared as touts. the petitioner was not included in that list. the learned district judge acting under section 36(2a) of the legal practitioners act, 1879 asked the civil judge, jodhpur, to inquire into the matter and report. during the pendency of this inquiry the allegations against the 8 persons named by mr. chatterji received the consideration of the rajasthan high court advocates association, jodhpur. the association appointed a sub-committee and it not only found that the 8 persons mentioned by mr. chatterji were touts by general repute but two more including the petitioner were also touts. on 18-5-1968 the advocates association passed a resolution including the name of the petitioner as a tout by general repute and sent the same to the district judge, jodhpur, who in turn sent the resolution and asked the civil judge to make inquiry also in regard to the petitioner. the civil judge submitted his report to the district .....

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Oct 26 1970 (HC)

Mahipal Maderna and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-26-1970

Reported in : 1971CriLJ1405; 1970(3)WLN556

..... mind in expressing it, the demand made upon him is not a testimonial one. moreover, a practical consideration applies to this class of evidence. when the person's body, its marks and traits are in issue, there is -ordinarily no other or better evidence available for the prosecutor.hence, the public interest in obtaining the evidence is usually suffici-cient to ..... the crime, if possible. his effort to make use of that material is quite genuine for it cannot be doubted that, in the case of a person's body, its marks and traits are the main evidence for purposes of its identification and there is no reason why the investing officer should be prevented from making use of it when it .....

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Oct 16 1970 (HC)

Shanker Pandit Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-16-1970

Reported in : 1970WLN744

..... examination that the accused informed him of the mishap at 5.30 a.m. though in the police statement ex. d.1 he had stated at portion marked a to b that the information had been conveyed to him at 4.30 a.m., but that appeared to have been incorrectly recorded there is nothing ..... should be dilated, or that the tongue should be protruded. in the case under examination, there is the definite medical evidence of the injury of the finger marks on the neck of the victim, it is also in the medical evidence that mucaid froth was found in the mouth of the deceased. from these symptoms ..... since throttling quickly renders the victim more or less powerless, and unconsciousness supervenes rapidly.in lyon's medical jurisprudence, (1953), page 358 it is given:1. these marks may or may not become parchmentised, according as the force used has not been sufficient to abrade the skin, which is seldom the case:2. protrusion of the ..... not come across any such case of strangulation in which there were no external injuries. in the present case there was a definite evidence of the finger marks on the neck and therefore, it could be concluded that strangulation was the cause of death. the doctor further expressed the view that the face of the ..... ' x ' on the right lateral side of the neck, 3' below the lower part of the right ear. the said injury was consistent with nail and finger marks.4. there was a small abrasion ' x 1/6' one inch above the injury no. 3.in the opinion of the doctor, the cause of death was .....

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Sep 30 1970 (HC)

Pannalal and anr. Vs. Ramnarayan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-30-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj294; 1970(3)WLN729

c.b. bhargava, j. 1. this is an appeal from the judgment and decree dated 16th august, 1963, of the senior civil judge. aimer, dismissing the plaintiff's suit for specific performance of the contract for sale of a house.2. briefly stated, the facts are that ram naravan, defendant no. 1. entered into an agreement in writing with the plaintiffs for the sale of his house bearing amc no. 24-412 situated in ramsani mohalla. aimer, and more par-ticularly described in para 1 of the plaint. this house has already been sold by defendant no. 1 to sheo sahai defendant no. 2 on 3rd december. 1957, with the condition of reconveying the house by sheo sahai within a period of six years on payment of rs. 6000/- by ramnaravan on the basis of a subsequent agreement dated 3-3-58. it was further stimulated between the plaintiffs and ramnaravan in the subsequent agreement dated 2nd june, 1961, that sheo sahai would either join as a vendor in the deed of sale to be executed in favour of the plaintiffs or that ramnaravan would first get the property transferred to himself from sheo sahai and then would transfer it to the plaintiffs under a registered sale-deed before 31st july 1961. it was also agreed that the vendors and the vendee shall bear the expenses for the stamps and registration of the sale-deed in equal proportion. plaintiff's case is that he paid rupees 468/- to defendant no. 1 on 9-6-61 for the purchase of stamps for the two sale-deeds one to be executed by defendant no. 1 in favour of .....

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Aug 21 1970 (HC)

Central Bank of India Vs. Govind Narain

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-21-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj306; 1970(3)WLN758

..... standard rent. in such a suit the court is required immediately to embark upon an enquiry into the standard rent. a tenant is not required to prove affirmatively that a marked difference exists between the standard rent and the rent claimed to be excessive. the court is expected to weigh all considerations just and fair to both the parties and after .....

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Aug 13 1970 (HC)

Malkiyat Singh Vs. Gaij Kaur and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-13-1970

Reported in : 1970WLN461

kan singh, j.1. this is a revision application be a husband against an order of maintenance in favour of the wife under section 488 criminal procedure code passed by the first class magistrate, ganganagar.2. malkiyat singh, the petitioner husband, was married to non-petitioner gaijkaur sometime in the year 1961. after their marriage gaijkaur and malkiyat singh lived together at malkiyat singh's house. malkiyat singh was living with his father in village chak 4m, tehsil karanpur. the, relations between the husband and the wife could not remain smooth after sometime and they became bitter. gaijkaur did not find the conditions of her husband's house tolerable and was forced to ieave her husband's roof and started living with her father in village 4g, tehsil karanpur thereafter there was litigation between the husband and the wife whereas the wife applied for maintenance under section 488 criminal procedure code in the court of learned first class magistrate at ganganagar, the husband applied under section 9 of the hindu marriage act, 1956 for restitution of conjugal rights. good sense seems to have prevailed later on and a compromise was effected between the two. the terms thereof were reduced to writing. it is ex. d/3 on record and is dated 19-2-65 it is in the form of an application by gaij kaur. so far as the husband was concerned his brother had executed a deed of surety ensuring the good behaviour of the husband malkiyat singh towards gaij kaur. on the basis of that gaij .....

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Aug 11 1970 (HC)

The State of Rajasthan Vs. the Associated Stone Industries Kota Ltd. a ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-11-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Raj128

jagat narayan, c.j. 1. this is an appeal by the state of rajasthan (defendant no. 2) against a decree of the district judge, kota, dated 25-9-58 decreeing a suit instituted against it and against the union of india (defendant no. 1) by the associated stone industries kota (hereinafter referred to as the company). 2. the relevant facts are that the ruler of the erstwhile state of kota entered into an agreement ex. a on 2-5-45 with the company for quarrying kachcha stone from the tehsils of ramganj mandi and chechat. monopoly rights for quarrying kachcha stone in these two tehsils were granted to the company for a period of 15 years from 1-10-44- the terms and conditions contained in clause 18 (i) of the agreement ran as under :-- 'in consideration of the concessions and privileges granted by the grantor and in lieu of income-tax, super-tax and excess profits tax, the grantee covenant to pay to the grantor royalty on the stone excavated at the rate of rupee one per 100 sq. ft., subject to the minimum amount of rs. 1,50,000/- per financial year. provided that the aforesaid rate of re. 1/- per 100 sq. ft. will be operative so long as the selling rate of unpolished slabs does not exceed rs. 10/- per 100 sq. ft. in the event of the selling rate going above this figure, the royalty per 100 sq. ft. shall be increased by 25% of the excess over ten rupees.'3. the agreement was acted upon by both the parties. the rulers of kota, bundi, banswara, dungarpur, jhalawar, kishangarh, .....

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