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Apr 02 2014 (HC)

Ram Dayal Rai Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. In spite of repeated calls, none turns up to represent the appellant. However, Shri Mrityunjay Kumar, learned Advocate has volunteered himself to assist the Court as Amicus Curiae and is acclaimed. 2. Sole appellant, Ram Dayal Rai has been found guilty for an offence punishable under Sections 148 IPC, 323/149 IPC, 448/149 IPC, 379/149 IPC, 307 of the IPC and 27 of the Arms Act and sentenced to undergo RI for one year, RI for six months, RI for six months, RI for one year, RI for seven years as well as fined of Rs. 5000/- in default thereof, to undergo RI for six months additionally, RI for five years as well as fined Rs. 2000/- in default thereof, to undergo RI for three months respectively with a further direction to run the sentences concurrently vide judgment of conviction dated 17.01.2012 and sentence dated 21.01.2012 passed by 1st Additional Sessions Judge, Banka in connection with Sessions Trial No. 390/1999, challenged the same under present appeal. 3. PW-6, Vijay Rai who als...

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Apr 02 2014 (HC)

Bablu Sah Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. This appeal has been filed by the sole appellant Bablu Sah against the judgment of conviction and sentence dated 09.08.2011 passed by the Additional Sessions Judge-II, Vaishali at Hajipur in Sessions Trial no.336 of 2009/109 of 2010 holding the appellant guilty for an offence punishable under Section 376 of the I.P.C. and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for ten years. 2. PW-3 Makhan Choudhary father of victim Mamta Kumari (PW-8) filed written report on 31.07.2008 disclosing therein that he resides over railway land after constructing house thereupon. A day before yesterday, he along with his wife and two minor sons had gone to his Sasural leaving victim Mamta Kumari along with three younger sisters for treatment of his wife, who disclosed on telephone that on 29.07.2008, his neighbour Babban Sah took her away to his house on the pretext of being called by his elder brother Bablu Sah. As soon as his daughter Mamta Kumari, aged about 13 years, had gone to the house of Bablu...

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Apr 01 2014 (HC)

Nizam Mian @ NizamuddIn Mian Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. Appellants Nizam Mian @ Nizamuddin Mian and Ranjan Kumar have been found guilty for an offence punishable under Section 22(C ) of the N.D.P.S. Act and further each of them has been directed to undergo rigorous imprisonment for ten years as well as also sentenced with a fine appertaining to Rs. One lac in default thereof, to undergo simple imprisonment for two and half years vide judgment of conviction dated 18.01.2012 and order of sentence dated 23.01.2012 passed by the Second Additional Sessions Judge, West Champaran, Bettiah in Trial No.33 of 2009 and on account thereof, has been challenged under instant appeal. 2. PW-3 Mirtunjay Jha, a Sepoy posted at Rail P.P. Motihari gave his fard-bayan on 01.08.2009 at about 10.15p.m. at platform no.1 of Bapu Dham Motihari Railway Station disclosing therein that he along with Constable Krishna Ram, Murari Singh, Arvind Kumar Singh were deputed at Chakia Railway Station and for that they were waiting for train. At about 8.20p.m. Awadh Express ...

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Apr 01 2014 (HC)

Prof. Syed Aqua Hasan Vs. the Vice Chancellor and Others

Court : Patna

1. This petition under Section 226 of the Constitution of India has been filed on behalf of the petitioner for issuance of writ of mandamus directing the respondents to make payment of retiral dues of the petitioner along with statutory interest as well as penal interest and cost of litigation. 2. Petitioner was temporarily appointed as Lecturer in the Department of English at B. N. College, Patna under Patna University on 30.04.1958 and subsequently, he was confirmed with effect from 01st April, 1964 vide notification no. G/21586 dated 27.10.1965. He was promoted on the post of Reader in the year 1975 and superannuated from service on 30.11.1992 as Reader from the English Department, B.N. College, Patna under Patna University. After superannuation, he submitted all the necessary papers for payment of retiral and other dues but his retiral dues were not paid and thereafter petitioner made several representations not only before the Vice Chancellor, Patna University but also Chancellor ...

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Apr 01 2014 (HC)

Amar Nath Jha and Another Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

I.A. Ansari, J. 1. The facts of a case may stir emotion of a Court. Nevertheless, duty of the Court is to marshal evidence dispassionately and determine, in the face of the materials brought on record, as to whether any offence is proved to have been committed and, then, decide if the person, accused of having committed an offence, has been proved, beyond reasonable doubt, guilty of the offence, which he is alleged to have committed. 2. The rudimentary principle, indicated above, appears to have escaped the notice of the learned trial Court, in the present appeals, which have arisen out of the judgment, dated 30th April, 2009, passed, in Sessions Trial No. 659 of 2007/06 of 2009, by the learned Additional Sessions Judge VIII, Patna, convicting the two accused-appellants, namely, Amarnath Jha (A-1) and Basudeo Yadav (A-2) under Sections 364A, 302, 201 and 120B of the Indian Penal Code and, in consequence of their conviction under Section 364A of the Indian Penal Code, both the accused-a...

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Mar 31 2014 (HC)

The State of Bihar and Others Vs. Rajendra Mahaldar and Another

Court : Patna

I.A. Ansari, J. 1. Under challenge, in the present appeals, are the judgment, dated 28.02.2013, passed, in Sessions Trial No. 195 of 2010, by learned 1st Additional Sessions Judge, Katihar, and the order, dated 06.03.2013, whereby various sentences have been passed against the accused-appellants. 2. By the impugned judgment, learned trial Court has convicted all the accused-appellants, except accused-appellant, Rajendra Mahaldar, under Section 302 read with Section 149 and also under Section 148 of the Indian Penal Code. The learned trial Court has convicted the accused-appellant, Rajendra Mahaldar, under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code. Following their conviction under Section 302 read with Section 149 of the Indian Penal Code, all the accused-appellants, except accused-appellant, Rajendra Mahaldar, have been sentenced to undergo imprisonment for life and pay fine of Rs. 500/- each and, in default of payment of fine, suffer rigorous imprisonment for one month. For their convictio...

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Mar 31 2014 (HC)

Manoj Yadav @ Manoj Kumar Yadav and Another Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. Appellants, Manoj Yadav @ Manoj Kumar Yadav and Chunni Lal Yadav who have conjointly been held guilty for an offence punishable under Sections 304B and 201 of the IPC and independently been directed to undergo RI for 10 years as well as slapped with fine appertaining to Rs.2000/- and in default thereof to undergo RI for one year under Section 304B of the IPC, RI for three years as well as fined of Rs. 500/- in default thereof to undergo SI for three months with a further direction to run the sentences concurrently vide judgment of conviction dated 11.01.2012 and order of sentence dated 12.01.2012 passed by Additional Sessions Judge-FTC-1st, Katihar in Sessions Trial No. 85/2010, have preferred the instant appeal. 2. PW-13, Kedar Yadav had got his Fard-e-beyan recorded on 16.05.2009 at about 8:45 a.m. in the banana field of Chunni Lal Yadav disclosing therein that his daughter, Mamta Kumari (deceased) was married with Manoj Yadav @ Manoj Kumar Yadav son of Chunni Lal Yadav of Village...

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Mar 28 2014 (HC)

Ram Sushila Yadav Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. Four accused persons were put on trial by the learned Presiding Officer of Fast Track Court-1, Buxar after being charged with committing offences under Sections 436 and 307 read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code in Sessions Trial No. 324 of 1986. By judgment of conviction dated 15.10.2001, the accused persons were acquitted of the charges under Sections 436 and 307 of the Indian Penal Code, but were held guilty of committing the offence under Sections 324/34 of the Indian Penal Code. They were heard under Section 235 of the Code of Criminal Procedure on sentence on the same day and each of them was directed to suffer rigorous imprisonment for two years. 2. The four convicted persons preferred the present appeal jointly. However, appellant Keshav Yadav was reported dead and the appeal as for him was ordered to be abated on 25.03.2014, leaving the appeal only for and on behalf of appellants Ram Sushila Yadav, Ashok Yadav @ Ashok Kumar Yadav and Kamala Yadav. 3. The prosecution ...

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Mar 28 2014 (HC)

Ramudar Das @ Ramotar Singh Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Patna

None appears on behalf of the petitioner. Counsel for the State is present. Perused the records. This criminal revision is directed against the judgment and order dated 26.04.2003 passed by the Additional District and Sessions Judge, 1st Khagaria in Criminal Appeal No. 5 of 2000, whereby the learned appellate court while upholding the conviction has modified the sentence awarded by the trial court directing the petitioner to undergo rigorous imprisonment of six months under Section 25(1-B)a of the Arms Act and three months under Section 26 of the Arms Act. Facts of the matter briefly stated is that the informant of the case Ram Prasad Sah, Hawildar who was deputed at Dhamhara Ghat Railway Station, was on patrolling duty when he found a plastic bag lying on the platform near a lady and upon enquiring from her she informed that the bag belonged to this petitioner. The petitioner was asked to open the bag and wherefrom a country made pistol, a torch and a knife were recovered. As no answe...

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Mar 28 2014 (HC)

Sudama Singh and Others Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Patna

1. Five appellants were tried by Fast Track Court No.3, Kaimur(Bhabhua) by being charged with committing offences under Sections 307/34, 323 and 342 IPC. The learned trial Judge, while delivering judgment on 27.05.2002, held appellant Sudama Singh guilty of committing offences under Sections 307, 324 and 342 IPC while the remaining four appellants, namely, Ganga Singh, Dayanand Singh, Abhay Narain Singh and Gopal Singh were found guilty of committing offences under Sections 323 and 342 IPC. After hearing the appellants on sentence appellant Sudama Singh was directed to suffer rigorous imprisonment for five years, two years and six months for being convicted of offences under Sections 307, 324 and 342 IPC respectively. So far as the other four appellants are concerned, each of them was directed to suffer rigorous imprisonment for one year and six months respectively for being found guilty of committing offences under Sections 323 and 342 IPC. The appellants chose to prefer the present a...

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