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(1) NAIB SINGH Vs. STATE OF HARYANA [PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT] 15-11-2022
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (CrPC) - Section 439 - Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS) - Sections 15(c), 27(a), 36 and 37 - Bail - Possession of 500 kilograms of poppy husk without any licence - Commercial quantity - Delay in trial - A person in custody for more than 2 years was entitled to bail - Right to speedy trial is one of the objectives of NDPS Act and is rather one of the checks and balances provided under the Act - Section 36 NDPS Act recognizes the need for sp
India Law Library Docid # 1602417

(2) CHIBOR SHULLAI Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 28-10-2022
The reasons given therein for rejection was that the letter under reference, to which the writ petitioner pleaded ignorance was a Policy letter which is not addressed individually, and as per the Standard Policy, the letter was to be uploaded on the MES Website for information of all, and therefore the contention of the writ petitioner that he was not aware of the same could not be accepted. It is further noted in the order dated 25.10.2022
India Law Library Docid # 1842840

(3) BLOOMINGSTAR J. DIENGDOH AND ANOTHER Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 28-10-2022
This batch of writ petitions, assailing the advertisement dated 04.06.2020, Addendum dated 28.10.2020, and Notification dated 17.11.2020, for selection of MTET passed candidates for the post of Assistant Teachers, which are on similar grounds are being disposed of by this common judgment and order. The central theme or grievance, that runs through all these writ petitions is that, the writ petitioners are all teachers appointed in various institutions
India Law Library Docid # 1842825

(4) SILVESTAR KHONGLAH AND ANOTHER Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND ANOTHER [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 27-10-2022
Heard learned counsel for the petitioners Mr. K.Ch. Gautam who has submitted that the petitioner No.2 herein had lodged an FIR before the Officer-In-Charge Pynursla PS, East Khasi Hills on 18.12.2020, complaining that her minor daughter was sexually assaulted by the petitioner No.1 on two occasions that is, on 11.12.2020 and 16.12.2020 as was narrated by her minor daughter who was found absent from her room by the teacher of the school where she was studying and who had accordingly reported the
India Law Library Docid # 1842811

(5) EX-NO 113643 HAV/GD MILAP CHAND Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 26-10-2022
The petitioner has filed this writ petition with a prayer for issue of a writ of certiorari to set aside and quash the impugned order No. 1.11011/A-2012/714, dated 26.05.2012 and order No. 113643/11 AR/PGC-2013/1196, dated 23.10.2013 as well as order No. I.1555/Milap Chand (11 AR)/A/2015/682, dated 12.09.2015 and also for issue of a writ in the nature of Mandamus directing the respondent authorities to grant/extend 2nd Financial up-gradation under Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme from
India Law Library Docid # 1842844

(6) ATEN MARAK Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND ANOTHER [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 26-10-2022
An FIR dated 07.05.2022 was lodged by one Shri Telbi D. Sangma (respondent No.2) before the Officer-In-Charge Tura Women Police Station wherein, an incident which occurred on 26.04.2022 in which the cousin sister of the complainant aged about 14 years old and who is also said to be mentally retarded was raped by the petitioner herein. The incident occurred at Abisella Bolchugre, West Garo Hills. It is also further stated that the incident was witnessed by the uncle of the victim girl.
India Law Library Docid # 1842845

(7) STAR CEMENT LIMITED Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 26-10-2022
The petitioner company is engaged in the business of manufacturing cement and for this purpose had entered into an agreement with the respondent No. 3 - North Eastern Coalfields for purchase of coal. In furtherance of this purpose, the parties have entered into a Coal Supply Agreement (CSA) (termed as Fuel Supply Agreement in this petition, which term shall be used interchangeably herein) under the terms and conditions set therein.
India Law Library Docid # 1842849

(8) MEGHALAYA CEMENTS LTD. Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 26-10-2022
The petitioner company is engaged in the business of manufacturing cement and for this purpose had entered into an agreement with the respondent No. 3/North Eastern Coalfields for purchase of coal. In furtherance of this purpose, the parties have entered into a Coal Supply Agreement (CSA) (also referred to as Fuel Supply Agreement in this petition, which term may be used interchangeably) on 18.07.2008 under the terms and conditions set therein.
India Law Library Docid # 1842807

(9) ABU MASHUD AND OTHERS Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 25-10-2022
The brief facts necessary to be noted herein are that pursuant to an advertisement dated 29.10.2018, issued by the respondents for conduct of the Meghalaya Teachers Eligibility Test (MTET) on 31.01.2019, the writ petitioners along with others had appeared for the said exam in Dadenggre Centre. The results for the said examination for all the districts were declared except for Dadenggre Centre, which was withheld due to the leakage
India Law Library Docid # 1842834

(10) TENZIN NORBU LHOPA Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 25-10-2022
The case of the petitioner is that on 13.12.2017, the petitioner No.1 and the son of petitioner No.2 herein who are class mates and friends have decided to visit the family home of the son of petitioner No.2. Accordingly, they proceeded on a motor bike ridden by petitioner No.1, at about 9:30 PM or so, starting from Shillong. On reaching Ryndang Briew, Mawiong while engaging a turn, the bike slides and the rider lost control of the same which resulted
India Law Library Docid # 1842808

(11) BHOOP RAM Vs. STATE OF RAJASTHAN [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
On the basis of the above, an FIR No.155/1986 (Ex.P/4) came to be registered at the Police Station Hanumangarh Town, District Sri Ganganagar and investigation commenced. Accused- appellant Bhoop Ram was arrested on 31.08.1986 and after conclusion of investigation, a charge-sheet was filed against him in the Court of the Magistrate concerned for the offences under Sections 302 and 201 of the IPC.
India Law Library Docid # 1842407

(12) DINESH YADAV Vs. RAJASTHAN RAJYA VIDYUT PRASARAN NIGAM LIMITED AND OTHERS [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT (JAIPUR BENCH)] 21-10-2022
By way of this writ petition, the petitioner has challenged the transfer order dated 12.10.2022 by which the petitioner who is working on the post of A.En. has been transferred from Jhalawar to Ajmer in the interest of corporation. Counsel for the petitioner submitted that wife of the petitioner is also working at Kota. Counsel further submits that the petitioner has been transferred within one year. Counsel further submits that by the impugned transfer the family of the petitioner will be distu
India Law Library Docid # 1842241

(13) ADARSH MATHUR Vs. STATE OF RAJASTHAN AND OTHERS [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT (JAIPUR BENCH)] 21-10-2022
Counsel for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner has been transferred to accommodate the respondent No.3. Counsel further submits that the petitioner has been transferred within a short span of six months. Counsel further submits that the transfer of the petitioner is in violation of transfer policy made by the respondents.
India Law Library Docid # 1842240

(14) LUCKY JANGID Vs. NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED AND OTHERS [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
The instant intra court appeal is directed against the order dated 12.05.2021 passed by the learned Single Bench, whereby the writ petition filed by the petitioner (appellant herein) challenging the charge sheet dated 28.10.2020 issued as per the provisions of Rawatbhata Rajasthan Site (NPCIL) Certified Standing Orders (hereinafter referred to as Standing Orders) was dismissed.
India Law Library Docid # 1842298

(15) ABINASH MALLICK Vs. STATE OF ODISHA AND OTHERS [ORISSA HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
It is submitted that on the death of the Petitioners father on 03.03.2010 while working as Store Choukidar at Mahanadi Barrage Division, Cuttack, the mother of the Petitioner made an application for her appointment under the provision of Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme on 23.09.2010.
India Law Library Docid # 1842712

(16) PRAJNYA PARAMITA SETHI Vs. STATE OF ODISHA AND OTHERS [ORISSA HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
It is submitted that on the death of the Petitioners father on 01.06.2011, who was working as a Junior Engineer under Executive Engineer, Kendrapara Irrigation Division, Kendrapara, Petitioners mother made her application for appointment under the provision of Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme. It is submitted that since prior to consideration of the claim, Petitioners mother died on 17.08.2011, Petitioner being the unmarried daughter of the deceased employee made a fresh application after attain
India Law Library Docid # 1842765

(17) PMR CONSORTIUM Vs. BHUBANESWAR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION AND OTHERS. [ORISSA HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
PMR Consortium, represented through its authorized representative, has filed this writ petition seeking to quash the bid of opposite party no.3-Manju Services and to declare the petitioner as successful bidder, so far as Package Nos.5 and 8 under Annexure-1 are concerned. The petitioner further seeks to direct the opposite parties to take immediate action to blacklist opposite party no.3 and to take penal action for furnishing false certificate in the public tender.
India Law Library Docid # 1842766

(18) SUNITA BARIK AND ANOTHER Vs. STATE OF ODISHA AND OTHERS [ORISSA HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
It is submitted that on the death of the Petitioners father on 01.06.2011, who was working as Survey Khalasi (W/C) in Rengali Irrigation Department, the Petitioner made her application for appointment under the provision of Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme, being the unmarried daughter of the deceased employee.
India Law Library Docid # 1842767

(19) RINOLIS MAKHROH AND OTHERS Vs. STATE OF MEGHALAYA AND OTHERS [MEGHALAYA HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
The instant writ application has been filed assailing the Resolution of the Dorbar Shnong Mawtneng, Raij Bhoilasa, Mylliem Syiemship, whereby it has been alleged that the petitioners have been socially boycotted by the Dorbar and the Villages. The writ petitioners have also prayed for restoration of their water supply, and also for investigation and necessary action to be taken on the basis of the FIR filed by them.
India Law Library Docid # 1842815

(20) SHAH SPONGE & POWER LIMITED Vs. ORIENTAL INSURANCE CO. LIMITED [JHARKHAND HIGH COURT] 21-10-2022
The petitioner/applicant, namely, Shah Sponge & Power Limited having its office at 7-Grant Lane Ganapati Chambers, Room no. 310, Cabin no. 5, Kolkata-700012 (West Bengal), and Administrative office at Holding no. 18, 2nd Floor, Padmalaya Building, Ram Mandir Shop Area, P.O. & P.S. Bistupur, Jamshedpur-831001 (Jharkhand), made a proposal/request for premium quote in respect of IAR and Marine Open Policy to the opposite party-Insurance Company.
India Law Library Docid # 1843436

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