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Feb 06 2020 (SC)

Chhota Ahirwar Vs. The State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL No.238 OF2011CHHOTA AHIRWAR ..Appellant versus THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH .Respondent JUDGMENT Indira Banerjee, J.This appeal is against a judgment and order dated 5th November, 2008 passed by the High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur, dismissing Criminal Appeal No.1050 of 1994 filed by the appellant, and upholding the judgment dated 26th August, 1994 passed by the Additional Sessions Judge, District Panna, Madhya Pradesh in Sessions Case No.13/1993, inter alia, convicting the accused appellant of offence under Section 307 read with Section 2 34 of the Indian Penal Code.2. The accused appellant was tried by the Sessions Court, on charges under Section 307/34 of the Indian Penal Code, for attempt, with common intent along with the main accused Khilai, to murder the complainant and for instigating the said accused Khilai to fire at the complainant with a country made pistol, in furtherance of a...

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Feb 05 2020 (HC)

K Lenin Vs. Nithyananda Swamy

Court : Karnataka

1 IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE05H DAY OF FEBRUARY2020R BEFORE THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE JOHN MICHAEL CUNHA CRIMINAL PETITION NO.594 OF2020BETWEEN : K LENIN @ SRI NITHYA DHARMANANDA AGED44YEARS S/O (LATE) SRI L KARUPANNAN R/O VEPPAMPOONDI VILLAGE SALEM DISTRICT TAMIL NADU. (BY SRI. ASHWIN VAISH, ADVOCATE) AND: 1 . NITHYANANDA SWAMY @ A RAJASHEKARAN NITHYANAND DHYANAPEETA KALLUGOPAHALLI VILLAGE BIDADI HOBLI, RAMANAGARA DISTRICT KARNATAKA56210 2 . STATE OF KARNATAKA BY SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE SPECIAL ENQUIRIES, CID, CARLTON HOUSE, NO.1, PALACE ROAD BANGALORE56000. (BY SRI.V.S.HEGDE, SPP-II FOR R2) ...PETITIONER ...RESPONDENTS2THIS CRL.P IS FILED U/S4392) CR.PC PRAYING TO CANCEL THE BAIL GRANTED TO RESPONDENT NO.1/ACCUSED NO.1 IN CR.NO.141/2010 (CRL.P.NO.2328/2010) REGISTERED AT POLICE STATION SECTIONS376377,506,417,201,212,120B OF IPC WHICH IS ANNEXED AS ANNEXURE-A. RAMANAGARA BIDADI, UNDER THIS CRL.P COMING ON FOR DICTATING ORDERS THIS DAY, THE COURT MADE THE ...

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Feb 05 2020 (HC)

G B Jagadeesh Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

1 R IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE5H DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2020 BEFORE THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE K. SOMASHEKAR CRIMINAL APPEAL No.384 OF2011BETWEEN G B JAGADEESH S/O BISTAPPA EDUCATIONAL CO-ORDINATOR (HIGH SCHOOL CADRE) B.E.O. OFFICE, MAYAKONDA CENTRE SOUTHERN RANGE DAVANAGERE. (BY SRI S. S. KOTI- ADVOCATE FOR SRI VINAYAKA S. KOTI-ADVOCATE) AND STATE OF KARNATAKA REP. BY S.P.P BY LOKAYUKTA POLICE DAVANAGERE. (BY SRI. B. S. PRASAD SPL.P.P.)... APPELLANT... RESPONDENT THIS CRL.A. IS FILED UNDER SECTION3742) OF THE CR.P.C PRAYING TO, SET ASIDE THE JUDGMENT OF CONVICTION AND SENTENCE DATED243.2011 PASSED IN SPL. C. BY THE SPL. JUDGE, DAVANAGERE (LOKAYUKTHA) NO.9/2007 THE CONVICTING2APPELLANT / ACCUSED FOR THE OFFENCE P/U/S7 13(1)(d) R/W132) OF PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION ACT, 1988 AND ETC., THIS CRIMINAL APPEAL COMING ON FOR HEARING, THIS DAY, THE COURT DELIVERED THE FOLLOWING: JUDGMENT This appeal is directed against the judgment of conviction and order of sentence render...

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Feb 05 2020 (SC)

Brahma Singh Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

NONREPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) No.59 OF2019BRAHMA SINGH AND OTHERS PETITIONER(S) Versus UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT DEEPAK GUPTA, J.The short issue involved in this case is whether the service rendered by the petitioners in the Supreme Court Legal Aid Committee and Supreme Court Legal Services Committee prior to the promulgation of the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee Rules, 2000 is to be counted while calculating their qualifying service for determination of pension.2. The petitioners are serving and retired employees of the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee in various capacities. They claim that the entire service rendered by them should be 1 treated as qualifying service for the purpose of fixing the retiral benefits. The respondent no.1Union of India has rejected their claim on 11.09.2017 and 08.12.2017, leading to the filing of this petition. The case of the petitioners is that their cla...

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Feb 05 2020 (SC)

Shri Govinda Chandra Tiria Vs. Sibaji Charan Panda

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NOS.3542-3543/2010 SHRI GOVINDA CHANDRA TIRIA Appellant(s) VERSUS SIBAJI CHARAN PANDA & ORS. Respondent(s) JUDGMENT SANJAY KISHAN KAUL, J.1. On the recommendation of the Staff Selection Commission, the respondent No.1 before us was so offered an appointment to the post of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) Group C in the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, New Delhi in the pay scale of Rs.950-1500/- vide letter dated 24.05.1993. In terms of this letter of appointment, the head quarter of the work was at New Delhi, but the appointment carried with it a liability to serve anywhere in India. On completion of the period of probation of two years, the respondent NO.1 made an application dated 22.07.1994 in pursuance to Circular dated 24.11.1993, seeking options from the staff for the post of LDC on transfer on deputation basis initially for a period of one year, which was likely to be extended t...

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Feb 05 2020 (SC)

M/S High Range Coffee Curing pvt.ltd. Vs. The State of Karnataka

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION REPORTABLE CIVIL APPEAL NO(S).10680-10683 OF2011M/S HIGH RANGE COFFEE CURING PVT.LTD. APPELLANT(S) VERSUS THE STATE OF KARNATAKA & ORS.ETC. RESPONDENT(S) WITH CIVIL APPEAL NO.10684 OF2011ORDER1 2. Heard counsel for the parties. The opening ground urged by the appellant is that the High Court ought not to have entertained the appeals on merits without condoning the delay in filing of appeals. This argument though attractive at the first blush, does not take the matter any further as we find the delay was only of 71 and 283 days respectively and sufficient explanation has been offered by the respondent(s) which could be condoned in the interest of justice and we order accordingly. 2 3. The core issue raised in these appeals, in our opinion, is no more res integra. It has been answered in the decision of this Court in Malnad Areca Processing and Marketing Limited vs. Deputy Commissioner of Commercial Taxes (Assessment) and Other...

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Feb 04 2020 (HC)

M/S. Wipro Enterprises (P) Ltd Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

1 IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA, BENGALURU R DATED THIS THE4H DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2020 BEFORE THE HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE KRISHNA S.DIXIT W.P. NOS. 52272/2016 & 58523-58533/2016 C/W W. P. NOS. 25450/2016 & 26503-26513/2016, 38863/2016 & 48608-48618/2016, 51482-51483/2016 & 51543-51552/2016, 16458/2017 (T-RES) IN W.P. NOS. 52272/2016 & 58523-58533/2016:BETWEEN : M/S. WIPRO ENTERPRISES (P) LTD (FORMERLY PART OF M/S WIPRO LTD., CONSUMER CARE AND LIGHTING DIVISION), NO.105, HOOTAGALLI INDUSTRIAL AREA, MYSORE-570018. REPRESENTED BY (VISHAL MITTAL. GROUP MANAGER LEGAL AND INDIRECT TAXES PETITIONER (BY SRI. G SHIVADASS, SENIOR COUNSEL A/W MS. SONAL SINGH & SRI. RAVI RAGHAVAN, ADVOCATES) AND:1. STATE OF KARNATAKA THROUGH ITS PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, FINANCE DEPARTMENT, VIDHANA SOUDHA, BANGALORE-560 001.2. THE COMMISSIONER OF COMMERCIAL TAXES IN KARNATAKA VANIJYA THERIGE KARYALAYA, GANDHINAGAR, BANGALORE-560 009.3. THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF2COMMERCIAL TAXES (AUDIT)-1, SESHADRI BHAVAN, DEWANS ROAD, MYSOR...

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Feb 04 2020 (SC)

Union of India Vs. Gopaldas Bhagwan Das and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.3636 OF2016UNION OF INDIA & ORS. Appellant(s) VERSUS GOPALDAS BHAGWAN DAS & ORS. Respondent(s) R. F. Nariman J.JUDGMENT This matter has a somewhat chequered history. In 1943, Government of India requisitioned 4 acres and 34 gunthas of the land owned by one Rajabahadur Bhagwandas Haridas, bearing Survey No.120/2 (Part) of Village Malad, Mumbai, in exercise of powers conferred under Rule 75A of the Defence of India Rules, 1939. On 27.07.1949, the Collector, Thane, de-requisitioned 2.68 acres in the Survey No.120 Part 2 out of the aforesaid 4 acres 34 gunthas. Ultimately, despite the land having first being requisitioned, a notification under Section 4(1) of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (hereinafter referred to as Act), was issued on 24.10.1975 acquiring the aforesaid extent of 8623 square meters. A declaration under Section 6 of the Act was issued on 30.11.1978. According to the respondents herein, a ...

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Feb 04 2020 (SC)

Md. Ali Imam Vs. The State of Bihar Thr. Its Chief Secretary

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION REPORTABLE CIVIL APPEAL NOS.990-992/2020 [@ SLP [C]. NOS.18577-18579/2018]. MD. ALI IMAM & ORS.ETC.ETC. Appellant(s) VERSUS THE STATE OF BIHAR THR. ITS CHIEF SECRETARY & ORS. Respondent(s) WITH CIVIL APPEAL NO.993/2020 [@ SLP(C) No.20783/2018 (XVI)]. CIVIL APPEAL NO.994/2020 [@ SLP(C) No.26881/2018 (XVI)]. JUDGMENT SANJAY KISHAN KAUL, J.Leave granted.2. The appellants before us are the retired teaching and non- teaching employees of the deficit grant minority colleges of the State of Bihar who are aggrieved by what is alleged to be unreasonable and arbitrary discrimination between such of them who retired before 31.08.2010, as against those who retired after that date, for the grant of benefit of the amendment made to the Triple Benefit Scheme.3. We may, at the inception, first note that the appellants before us have impleaded not only the State of Bihar but also the 2 concerned Universities being respondent Nos.3 to 8 since ...

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Feb 03 2020 (HC)

M/S Jakkur Promoters Pvt Ltd Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE3D DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2020 R BEFORE THE HONBLE MR.JUSTICE B.A.PATIL CRIMINAL PETITION NO.824/2019 BETWEEN :1. M/s. Jakkur Promoters Pvt. Ltd., (Earlier known as M/s. Mantri Promoters) Having its registered address at Mantri House No.41, Vittal Mallya Road, Bengaluru-560 001 Represented by its Authorised Signatory Mr. Ravishankar B.S., 2. M/s. Hamara Shelters Private Limited No.41, Vittal Mallya Road Bengalore-560 001 Represented by its Authorised Signatory Mr.Ravishankar B.S.3. Sri Venkat Surya Kumar S/o Rama Rao Challa Aged about 50 years Director, M/s. Hamara Shelters Pvt. Ltd., No.25/21, 1st B Main Road Hebbal Mills, Ganganagar Extension Bengaluru-560 032. 4. Methuku Srinivas S/o Janardhanam Setty Methuku Aged about 46 years Director, M/s. Hamara Shelters Pvt. Ltd., No.55 Sri Sai Khuteers 4th Cross, 1st Main, Meenakshi Residency Kodipalya, Kengeri Hobli Bengaluru-560 050.5. Mantri Developers Private Limited Partner M/s. Mantr...

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