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Sep 27 2019 (SC)

The State of Rajasthan Vs. Sahi Ram

Court : Supreme Court of India

Criminal Appeal No .1497 of 2019 arising out of SLP(Crl) No.8428 of 2016 State of Rajasthan vs. Sahi Ram IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.1497 OF2019(Arising out of SLP(Crl.) No.8428 of 2016) 1 Reportable STATE OF RAJASTHAN APPELLANT VERSUS SAHI RAM RESPONDENT JUDGMENT Uday Umesh Lalit, J.1. 2. Leave granted. This appeal challenges the final order dated 07.04.2016 passed by the High Court1 in S.B. Criminal Appeal No.774 of 2015.3. On receiving source information on 20.06.2006 that in a white coloured Tavera vehicle bearing registration No.RJ27-TC-0323 three persons were coming from Madhya Pradesh along with contraband material namely poppy straw and were proceeding towards Jodhpur, the information was reduced to writing and a copy was immediately forwarded to the superior officers in terms of requirements of Section 42 of the 1 The High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan at Jodhpur Criminal Appeal No .1497 of 2019 arising out of SLP(Crl) N...

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

Canara Bank Colony Residents Vs. The Commissioner

Court : Karnataka

1 R IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE27h DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 PRESENT THE HONBLE MR. ABHAY S. OKA, CHIEF JUSTICE AND THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE H.T.NARENDRA PRASAD WRIT PETITION No.5865 OF2008(BDA-PIL)BETWEEN : Canara Bank Colony Residents Welfare Association, Having its Registered Office, Next to Hopcoms Shop, 3rd Cross, Canara Bank Colony, Nagarabhavi Road, Bangalore-560 072. Represented by duly Authorized Representative Sri.V.Janardhana. ...... Petitioner (By Sri.N.Shankara Narayana Bhat, Advocate) AND: Bangalore Development Authority, Chowdaiah Road, Bangalore.1. The Commissioner, 2. The Secretary, Canara Bank Employees Co-Operative Housing Society Limited, Canara Bank Building, No.112, J.C.Road, Bangalore-560 002. 2 Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike, Corporation Building, J.C.Road, Bangalore-560 002. Government of Karnataka, Housing and Urban Development Ministry, Multi Storied Building, Bangalore-560 001.3. The Commissioner, 4. The Secretary, 5. Sri.Munisw...

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

Hassan Thermal Power Pvt. Ltd., Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

1 IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE27H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 BEFORE THE HONBLE MR.JUSTICE P.B. BAJANTHRI WRIT PETITION NO.1633 OF2019(GM-KEB) PETITIONERBETWEEN : HASSAN THERMAL POWER PVT. LTD., THRU ITS DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE: S-327 GREATER KAILASH-II NEW DELHI- 110 048 (SRI.ANOOP GEORGE CHAUDHARI, LEARNED SENIOR COUNSEL ALONG WITH MRS.JUNE CHAUDARI, MR. R K MAROOLA, MR.SUNIL MAREELA, MS.PRATHIBA SHARMA, MS.ISHA THAKUR ADVS for SRI K S BHEEMAIAH ) AND:_ 1.2. (BY SRI V SREENIDHI, AGA FOR R.1, KARNATAKA POWER TRANSMISSION CORPORATION LTD., THRU ITS FINANCIAL ADVISOR (REGULATORY AFFAIRS) REGD. OFFICE KAVERI BHAWAN K.R.CIRCLE BANGALORE-560 009 STATE OF KARNATAKA THRU ADDITIONAL CHIEF SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY VIDHANA SOUDHA BANGALORE-560 001 RESPONDENTS2SRI S S NAGANAND, SR. COUNSEL FOR SRI S SRIRANGA FOR C/R.2) THIS WRIT PETITION IS FILED UNDER ARTICLES226AND227OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA PRAYING TO QUASH THE IMPUGNED ORDER DATED:17. 12.2018 PASSED ELEC...

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Vs. Peer Bhaktar

Court : Karnataka

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE27H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 PRESENT THE HONBLE MR.ABHAY S. OKA, CHIEF JUSTICE AND THE HONBLE MR.JUSTICE H.T. NARENDRA PRASAD WRIT APPEAL NOs.342-356 OF2019(S-REG)BETWEEN : 1.2. HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED, REPRESENTED BY ITS ADDL. GENERAL MANAGER, (HUMAN RESOURCE) & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, A.S. BOOPATHY, BANGALORE COMPLEX, HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED, VIMANAPURA POST, BENGALURU560017, NOW REPRESENTED BY SRI I. MOHANLAL, DGM, (F&F DIVISION) V.M. CHAMMAL, AGED ABOUT59YEARS, HUMAN RESOURCE & ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, CORPORATE OFFICE, HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED, 15/1, CUBBON ROAD, P.B. NO.5150, BENGALURU560001. (BY SHRI PRADEEP S. SAWKAR, ADVOCATE)... APPELLANTS AND: 1.2. 3.4. 5.6. 2 PEER BHAKTAR, S/O LATE ABDUL NADISAAB, AGED ABOUT58YEARS, R/AT NO.3, NAL ROAD, WIND TUNNEL ROAD, 1ST CROSS, MURUGESHPALYA, BENGALURU560017. M. RAMACHANDRA, S/O MUNIYAPPA, AGED ABOUT59YEARS, R/AT NO.116, 1ST MAIN ROAD, NEAR YELLAMMA TEMPLE, KANCHAMA...

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

Devas Multimedia Private Limited Vs. The Principal Commissioner of Inc ...

Court : Karnataka

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE27H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 BEFORE THE HONBLE MR.JUSTICE P.B. BAJANTHRI WRIT PETITION NO.11618 OF2016(T-IT)BETWEEN : DEVAS MULTIMEDIA PRIVATE LIMITED UNIT502 PRESTIGE MERIDIAN-1 NO.209, M.G.ROAD, BANGALORE-560 001 REPRESENTED BY ITS COMPANY SECRETARY MR.VINOD SUNDER K. PETITIONER (BY SRI.UDAYA HOLLA, SR. COUNSEL, FOR SRI.NANDISHA PATEL, ADV.) AND: THE PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF INCOME-TAX BANGALORE-560 002 5TH FLOOR, BMTC BUILDING80FEET ROAD, 6TH BLOCK KORAMANGALA BANGALORE-560 095.... RESPONDENT (BY SRI.K.V.ARAVIND AND SRI.DILIP M. ADVOCATES) IMPUGNED THIS WRIT PETITION IS FILED UNDER ARTICLES226AND227OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA PRAYING TO DECLARE THAT THE THE RESPONDENT UNDER SECTION263OF THE ACT ARE OPPOSED TO THE SAID PROVISIONS AND THEREFORE WITHOUT JURISDICTION AND ETC. INITIATED BY PROCEEDINGS THIS WRIT PETITION HAVING BEEN HEARD AND RESERVED ON0409.2019 AND COMING ON FOR PRONOUNCEMENT OF ORDER THIS DAY, THE COURT MADE THE FOL...

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

State of Karnataka Vs. S Raju

Court : Karnataka

1 R IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU ON THE27H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 BEFORE THE HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE RAVI MALIMATH AND THE HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE H.P.SANDESH CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.802 OF2013... APPELLANTBETWEEN : STATE OF KARNATAKA BY N.R. PURA POLICE. (BY SRI. NAMITHA MAHESH B.G., HIGH COURT GOVERNMENT PLEADER) AND: S. RAJU SON OF SHANMUGHA AGED ABOUT47YEARS RESIDENT OF KARNATAKA ELECTRICITY BOARD COLONY BALEHONNUR N.R. PURA TALUK-577 112. (BY SRI. P.B. UMESH, ADVOCATE FOR SRI. R.B. DESHPANDE, ADVOCATE)... RESPONDENT THIS CRIMINAL APPEAL IS FILED UNDER SECTION3781) AND (3) OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE PRAYING TO GRANT LEAVE TO APPEAL AGAINST THE JUDGMENT AND ORDER OF ACQUITTAL DATED0503.2013 PASSED BY THE PRINCIPAL SESSIONS JUDGE, CHIKMAGALUR IN2SESSIONS CASE NO.68 OF2012ACQUITTING THE RESPONDENT/ACCUSED FOR THE OFFENCE PUNISHABLE UNDER SECTION376OF INDIAN PENAL CODE. THIS APPEAL HAVING BEEN HEARD AND RESERVED FOR JUDGMENT ON0309.2019 COMING ON THIS DAY, H.P. SANDESH, J., PRONOUNCE...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Krishnamurthy S. Setlur (Dead) by Lrs. Vs. o.v.narasimha Setty(dead) b ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

NONREPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.6111 OF2009KRISHNAMURTHY S. SETLUR (D) BY LRS. APPELLANT(S) VERSUS O. V. NARASIMHA SETTY (D) BY LRS. RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT Deepak Gupta, J.By this judgment we hope to bring quietus to a dispute which has its genesis to facts prior to the independence of the country. The parties through their predecessors have been litigating for more than 70 years.2. Krishnamurthy S. Setlur (hereinafter referred to as KS), was the predecessorininterest of the appellants. He was obviously a very rich landlord. H.R. Narayana Iyengar (hereinafter referred to as HR), was the predecessorininterest of the contesting respondents. It appears that HR used to 1 manage the properties of KS. KS had executed a general power of attorney in favour of HR to manage the properties and he used to manage and sell properties on behalf of KS.3. In 1942 KS, through his general power of attorney HR, purchased the suit properties from the...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

md.abrar Vs. Meghalaya Board of Wakf .

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.4025 OF2010Md. Abrar Appellant Versus Meghalaya Board of Wakf & Anr. Respondents JUDGMENT MOHAN M. SHANTANAGOUDAR, J.1. This appeal arises out of judgment dated 28.01.2009 of the Shillong Bench of the Gauhati High Court. The High Court by the impugned judgment dismissed the appellants revision petition and confirmed the order of the Wakf Tribunal dated 19.3.2008 dismissing the appellants application seeking appointment as joint mutawalli, along with Respondent No.2, of his predecessors waqf property.2. The facts giving rise to this appeal are as follows: One Haji Elahi Baksh (waqif), who was resident of Shillong, executed a registered 2 waqf deed dated 9.11.1936 dedicating properties belonging to himself, his son Md. Shafi and his soninlaw cum nephew Haji Kammu Mia to the waqf. The relevant clauses of the waqf deed are reproduced as follows: 1. The settlors son Md Shafi and son in law Kammu Mia, son...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Director of Elementary Education, Odisha Director Vs. Sri Pramod Kumar ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.7577 OF2019(ARISING OUT OF SLP (CIVIL) No.23279 OF2019 (DIARY No.13251 OF2017 DIRECTOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, ODISHA & ORS. VERSUS PRAMOD KUMAR SAHOO .....APPELLANT(S) .....RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT HEMANT GUPTA, J.1)2) The challenge in the present appeal is to an order passed by the High Court of Orissa on March 3, 2016 whereby, the writ petition filed by the appellant challenging the order passed by the Odisha Administrative Tribunal1 on February 19, 2010 remained unsuccessful. The Tribunal has directed the appellant to grant pay scale of Trained Intermediate Arts Teacher i.e. Rs.1080/- - Rs.1800/-. The respondent was appointed under the Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme bearing order dated August 06, 1988 after death of his father Basanta Kumar Sahoo. He joined on August 10, 1988 as Primary School Teacher in pursuance of the said order in the pay scale of Rs.780/- - Rs.1140/- with D.A. as admissible....

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Leeladhar (D) Thr. Lrs. Vs. Vijay Kumar (D) Thr. Lrs.

Court : Supreme Court of India

NONREPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.7282 OF2009LEELADHAR (D) THR. LRS. APPELLANT(S) VERSUS VIJAY KUMAR (D) THR. LRS. & ORS. RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT DEEPAK GUPTA, J.One Leeladhar, the original appellant herein, entered into an agreement to sell 18 bighas of land for a sum of Rs.40,000/ with Deshraj, father of the plaintiffsrespondents herein on 15.02.1985. Admittedly, an amount of Rs.35,000/ was paid in advance. This agreement to sell was registered on 18.02.1985. On 26.03.1985 another document (Exhibit P14) was entered into between the parties. Leeladhar was paid balance Rs.5,000/ and the subsequent agreement notes that he gave possession of the 1 land to Deshraj. On 20.01.1988, Deshraj issued a legal notice to Leeladhar asking him to get the sale deed executed. According to the plaintiffs, they and their father went to the office of the Sub Registrar on 15.02.1988 for this purpose. But Leeladhar did not turn up. Deshraj expired on 16...

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