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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

State of Mp Vs. Arati Saxena

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 NON-REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION Civil Appeal No(s). 5814/2011 STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH & ORS. Appellant(s) VERSUS KUMARI ARATI SAXENA Respondent(s) A.S. BOPANNA,J.: JUDGMENT (1) The appellants-State of Madhya Pradesh is before this Court assailing Order dated 16.02.2010 passed by the Division Bench of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Gwalior in Writ Petition NO.4225/2005. Through the said order the Division Bench of the High Court has approved the Award dated 10.03.2000 passed by the Additional Presiding Officer, Labour Court No.1, Gwalior, in Case NO.107/M.P.I.R/98 by dismissing the appeal filed by the appellants-State and upholding the order passed by the learned Appellate Judge as well. (2) We have heard Mrs. Pragati Neekhra, learned Additional Advocate General appearing for the appellants-State and Mr. Tapesh Kumar Singh, learned counsel appearing for the 2 respondent and also perused the impugned order and the materials on record. (3) ...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Krishna Prasad Verma (D) Thr. Lrs. Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Supreme Court of India

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.8950 OF2011KRISHNA PRASAD VERMA (D) THR. LRS. APPELLANT(S) VERSUS STATE OF BIHAR & ORS. RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT Deepak Gupta, J.(oral) In a country, which follows the Rule of Law, independence of the judiciary is sacrosanct. There can be no Rule of Law, there can be no democracy unless there is a strong, fearless and independent judiciary. This independence and fearlessness is not only expected at the level of the Superior Courts but also from the District judiciary.2. Most litigants only come in contact with the District judiciary. They cannot afford to come to the High Court or the Supreme Court. For them the last word is the word of the Magistrate or at best the Sessions Judge. Therefore, it is equally important, if not more 1 important, that the judiciary at the District Level and at the Taluka level is absolutely honest, fearless and free from any pressure and is able to decide cases only on the b...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Naraynamma and Anr Etc Etc Vs. Govindappa and Ors. Etc Etc

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL Nos. 76307631 OF2019(Arising out of S.L.P.(C) Nos. 2920529206 of 2015) SMT. NARAYANAMMA & ANR. Etc. Etc. .... APPELLANT(S) VERSUS SRI GOVINDAPPA & ORS. Etc. Etc. .... RESPONDENT(S) JUDGMENT B.R. GAVAI, J.Leave granted.2. The present appeals arise out of the common judgment and order passed by the Single Judge of the Karnataka High Court in Regular Second Appeal No.1925 of 2008 and Regular Second Appeal No.1834 of 2008 thereby dismissing both the appeals. 2 3. For the sake of convenience, the parties shall be referred hereinafter as per their status shown in the plaint before the trial court. The suit O.S. No.93/1999 was filed by the plaintiff Govindappa, who is the son of Bale Krishnappa. Originally the suit property belonged to one Bale Venkataramanappa, who was the brother of Bale Krishnappa. Said Bale Venkataramanappa has entered into an agreement to sell with the plaintiff, specific performance of ...

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Sep 26 2019 (SC)

Syeda Nazira Khatoon (D) by Lr. Vs. Syed Zahiruddin Ahmed Baghdadi and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

1 REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.4045 OF2010Syeda Nazira Khatoon (D) by LR. Appellant(s) Versus Syed Zahiruddin Ahmed Baghdadi & Ors. Respondent(s) JUDGMENT MOHAN M. SHANTANAGOUDAR, J.1. The instant appeal arises out of a decision of the High Court of Calcutta dated 01.10.2008 in the revisional application C.O. No.936 of 2006, setting aside the order dated 28.02.2006 passed by the Presiding Officer, Wakf Tribunal, West Bengal in Appeal No.6 of 2005.2. The brief facts giving rise to this appeal are as follows: One Syed Obaidullah Baghdadi Shah founded a khankhah, a Mohammedan institution for imparting religious doctrine and rules of life. He gradually became its first spiritual superior or sajjadanashin. One of his devotees, Abdur Rahim, created a wakf in respect of certain properties by a registered deed of wakf dated 07.02.1913 (hereinafter 2 the wakf deed). Written in Bangla/Bengali language, this deed provided that Syed Obaidull...

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Sep 26 2019 (HC)

Annappa Maruti Magadum Vs. Karnataka Multipurpose Souhard

Court : Karnataka - Dharwad

R IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA DHARWAD BENCH DATED THIS THE17H DAY OF SEPTEMBER2019BEFORE THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE K. SOMASHEKAR CRIMINAL PETITION NO.100852/2019 BETWEEN ANNAPPA MARUTI MAGADUM AGE:60. YEARS, OCC: AGRICULTURE, R/O: INGALI, TQ: CHIKODI, DIST: BELAGAVI. ... PETITIONER (BY SRI. SHARAD V. MAGADUM, ADV.) AND KARNATAKA MULTIPURPOSE SOUHARD SAHAKARI LTD., CHIKODI, REP. BY ITS MANAGER, SRI.AKTARHUSSAIN U RAJGOLI AGE:44. YEARS, OCC: MANAGER, R/O: BHAGYA LAXMI NAGAR, CHIKODI, DIST: BELAGAVI. (BY SRI. CHETAN MUNNOLI, ADV.)... RESPONDENT THIS CRIMINAL PETITION IS FILED U/SEC.482 OF CR.P.C., PRAYING TO SET ASIDE THE ORDER PASSED BY THE TRIAL COURT ON APPLICATION UNDER SECTION45R/W SECTION73OF EVIDENCE ACT PASSED BY THE PRL. CIVIL JUDGE AND J.M.F.C. CHIKODI AT CHIKODI OFFENCE U/SEC.138 OF N.I. ACT, ORDER DATED1103.2019 IN CC NO.991/2014 AND FURTHER ALLOW THE SAID APPLICATION. DAY, THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING: THIS CRIMINAL PETITION COMING ON FOR ORDERS THIS ORDER This petition is ...

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Sep 26 2019 (HC)

United India Insurance co.ltd., Vs. Sattewwa W/O Mallappa Belliveri

Court : Karnataka - Dharwad

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA DHARWAD BENCH DATED THIS THE26H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 R BEFORE THE HONBLE MR.JUSTICE K. NATARAJAN MISCELLANEOUS FIRST APPEAL NO.20792/2013 (MV)BETWEEN : UNITED INDIA INSURANCE CO.LTD., HEREIN REPRESENTED BY ITS SR. DIVISIONAL MANAGER, DIVISIONAL OFFICE, SEETA SMRUTHI, MARUTI GALLI, BELGAUM.... APPELLANT (BY SRI. RAVINDRA R. MANE, ADVOCATE) AND:1. SMT.SATTEWWA W/O MALLAPPA BELLIVERI AGE: ABOUT62YEARS, OCC: HOUSEHOLD, R/O: KAMALDINNI, TQ: GOKAK, DIST: BELGAUM.2. MALLAPPA KUSHANAPPA BELLIVERI3 AGE: ABOUT69YEARS, OCC: AGRICULTURE, R/O: KAMALDINNI, TQ: GOKAK, DIST: BELGAUM. SANTOSH S/O KRISHNAPPA SONWALKAR AGE: MAJOR, OCC: BUSINESS, R/O: MUDALGI, TQ: GOKAK, DIST: BELGAUM. (OWNER OF TRUCK NO.MEI4042... RESPONDENTS (BY SRI. SANJAY S. KATAGERI, ADVOCATE) THIS MFA IS FILED U/SEC.173(1) OF M.V. ACT, 1988, AGAINST THE JUDGMENT AND AWARD DATED:16-11-2012 PASSED IN MVC. NO.2217/2009 ON THE FILE OF THE I-ADDL. SENIOR CIVIL JUDGE AND MEMBER, ADDL. MACT, GOKAK, AWARDING...

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Sep 26 2019 (HC)

Muniswamaiah N Vs. Sri Ashok Kumar C

Court : Karnataka

1 IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE26H DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2019 BEFORE THE HONBLE MR. JUSTICE SREENIVAS HARISH KUMAR MISCELLANEOUS FIRST APPEAL No.4263 OF2019(CPC) MISCELLANEOUS FIRST APPEAL No.7496 OF2019(CPC) C/W R IN MFA NO.4263/2019BETWEEN : Muniswamaiah N S/o Late Nanjundaiah Aged about 38 years R/at #1, 4th E Cross Rajini Farm Rajeshwari Nagara Laggere, Bengaluru-560 058 (By Sri K.Sreedhara, Advocate) AND: Sri Ashok Kumar C S/o Chandrashekar Aged about 35 years R/at No.38, Bhagavan Mane 1st Cross, Near St. Marys School Rajeshwari Nagara Laggere, Bengaluru-560 058 Appellant (By Sri M.N.Raghu, Advocate) ... Respondent 2 This MFA is filed under Order 43 Rule 1(q) of CPC, against the order dated 25.04.2019 passed on I.A.Nos.10 & 11 in O.S.No.1567/2018 on the file of the XXXIII Additional City Civil & Sessions Judge, Bengaluru (CCH-33) allowing the I.A.Nos.10 & 11 filed under Section 151 of CPC. IN MFA NO.7496/2019BETWEEN : Muniswamaiah N S/o Late Nanjundaiah Ag...

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Sep 26 2019 (HC)

Shri S. Nagireddy Vs. M/S. Malleswaram Tailoring

Court : Karnataka

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU DATED THIS THE26H DAY OF SEPTEMBER2019BEFORE THE HONBLE Dr. JUSTICE H.B. PRABHAKARA SASTRY R.F.A. No.107 OF2013BETWEEN : Shri. S.Nagireddy, Aged about 53 years, S/o. Late Sangati Subbaiah, Residing at No.58, Mathru Chaya, West Jalahalli, Bangalore North Taluk, Bangalore-560 015. Appellant CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD, Having its Office at No.25, I Main Road, Kodandaramapuram, Bangalore-560 003, Represented by its Secretary. (By Sri. S.Subramanya for Upasana Associates) AND:1. M/s. MALLESWARAM TAILORING2 M/s. BAGALKUNTE HOUSING CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD., Having its office at Bagalkunte, Yeshwanthpur Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk-560 017, R.F.A.No.107/2013 2 Represented by its Secretary.3. M/s. KAMMAGONDANAHALLI SITE OWNERS ASSOCIATION, Having its office at No.176, Jeevan Shobha, 7th Main, Mathikere Extension, Bangalore-560 054. Represented by its Secretary. (By Sri. G.Balakrishna Shastry, Advocate for R-3; Notice to R-1 & R-2 - held sufficient vide...

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Sep 25 2019 (SC)

Chandana Das(malakar) Vs. The State of West Bengal and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.2858 OF2007Versus Chandana Das (Malakar) The State of West Bengal & Ors. Appellant Respondents WITH CIVIL APPEAL NO.2859 OF2007JUDGMENT R.F. Nariman, J.1. These appeals have been referred to a Three Judge Bench in view of a disagreement between T.S. Thakur, J.and R. Banumathi, J., reported as Chandana Das (Malakar) v. State of West Bengal (2015) 12 SCC140 The facts that are necessary in order to decide these appeals are set out by Thakur, J.in his judgment as follows: 2. The appellants, it appears, were appointed as teachers on temporary basis in what is known as Khalsa Girls High 1 the Rules to approve the writ petitions School, Paddapukur Road, Bhowanipore, Calcutta. Their appointment did not, however, meet the approval of the District Inspector of Schools, Calcutta, according to whom any such appointment could be made only on the recommendations of the School Service Commission established under ...

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Sep 25 2019 (SC)

Andhra Kesari College of Education Vs. The State of Andhra Pradesh and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL No.106 OF2011Andhra Kesari College of Education & Anr. Appellants State of Andhra Pradesh & Ors.. Respondents versus WITH CIVIL APPEAL No.110 of 2011 Holy Mary Institute of Technology & Science Appellant Govt. of A.P. & Ors. Versus WITH Respondents WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) No.244 OF2007Holy Mary Institute of Technology & Science Petitioner Versus Union of India & Anr. Respondents 1 JUDGMENT INDU MALHOTRA, J.1. The present Civil Appeals and Writ Petition have been filed to challenge the vires of the Rules framed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh vide G.O.M. No.57 dated 21.03.2005, G.O.M. No.92 dated 16.11.2006, and G.O.M. No.98 dated 06.12.2006 (hereinafter referred to as the impugned G.O.Ms), for admission to the B. Ed. Course in the State of Andhra Pradesh, and became applicable from the Academic Year 2006 2007. The said G.O.Ms continue to remain in force even as on date. At the time of final hearing,...

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