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(1) IRSHAD AHMED SHERA Vs. STATE THROUGH NCB [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 01-10-2021
The applicant-appellant through the present application seeks suspension of sentence and grant of bail on the ground that the applicant is a young person, aged 38 years; the co-accused in the case was given benefit of doubt by the trial court and further the prosecution case is full of discrepancies.

(2) SUO MOTO Vs. STATE AND OTHERS [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 30-09-2021
Mr. Anirudh Purohit, learned Amicus Curiae, has moved an application for impleading the Rajasthan State Skill Development Corporation as party respondent in this suo moto writ petition. He submits that the Dedicated Skill Development Center at Jodhpur has already been constructed, but because of non-cooperation of the Rajathan State Skill Development Corporation, the Center has not become functional.

(3) POOJA MEGHWAL Vs. STATE OF RAJASTHAN AND OTHERS [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 30-09-2021
This writ petition has been filed by the petitioners with the following prayers :- It is, therefore, most humbly and respectfully prayed that this writ petition may kindly be allowed and by an appropriate writ, order and direction : (i) The respondent-authorities be directed to provide Police protection to the petitioners. (ii) The respondents may kindly be directed to record the statements of the petitioner No.1 and take the documents on record of marriage and photographs.

(4) DINESH Vs. STATE OF RAJASTHAN [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT (JAIPUR BENCH)] 30-09-2021
Learned Public Prosecutor apprises this Court that compliance of Section 15A(3) of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (for short the Act of 1989) has been made.

(5) MANOJBHAI GORDHANBHAI MORI Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 30-09-2021
Heard Mr. N.K. Majmudar, learned counsel for the appellants. He has vehemently submitted that though the appellants have already been evicted from the land occupied by them, their case may be considered for Housing Schemes floated by the Government.

(6) CHOLA MANDALAM MS GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD. Vs. GULSHAN KUMAR AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 30-09-2021
On disposal of this application, the Registry has diarized the main appeal as Mac App No. 104/2021 and the same is taken up. Mac App No. 173/2020 The instant appeal has been filed against the interim award dated 17.03.2020 passed by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, Rajouri in file No. CONC No. 206/2018 Mac App No. 168/2019 Mac App No. 2/2020 Mac App No. 3/2020 Mac App No. 104/2021 231/MACT titled Gulshan Kumar vs. Parshotam Singh and ors., whereby the learned Tribunal has granted an interim c

(7) INDER SINGH Vs. STATE OF J&K [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 30-09-2021
Inherent jurisdiction of this Court is being invoked by the petitioner for quashment of the order dated 15.07.2019 ( for brevity impugned order) passed by the Court of Additional Sessions Judge, Jammu ( for brevity trial court) in challan titled State vs. Inder Singh.

(8) MUZAFFAR RASHID WANI Vs. DISTRICT REGISTRAR, ADC, ANANTNAG AND ANOTHER [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT SRINAGAR] 30-09-2021
This Petition, filed under Article 227 of the Constitution of India, is directed against the Order dated 31st of August, 2021 passed by the Respondent No.2/Sub-Registrar, SDM, Pahalgam, whereby the Respondent No.2 has refused to register the Sale Deed dated 15th of June, 2021 titled Mohammad Shafi Gojer Chaohan in favour of the Petitioner herein.

(9) JINAL @ JANVI Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 30-09-2021
The applications are filed under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure for regular bail in connection with F.I.R. registered at C.R.No.I-11191030210016 of 2021 with Mahila West Police Station, Ahmedabad for the offences punishable under Sections 384, 388, 389, 506(1), 170, 120(B) of IPC and under sections 66(C) and 66(D) of I.T.Act.

(10) EKTA DHADHICH Vs. RAJENDRA PRASAD SHARMA [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT (JAIPUR BENCH)] 30-09-2021
Instant transfer application under Section 24 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 has been preferred on behalf of the petitioner- wife seeking transfer of the Divorce Petition bearing No.39/2020 titled as Rajendra Prasad Sharma v. Smt. Ekta Dhadhich filed under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (hereinafter referred to as the Act of 1955) by the respondent-husband from the Court of Additional District Judge, Kekri District Ajmer to the Family Court situated at Kota.

(11) SUO MOTO AND OTHERS Vs. STATE OF RAJ. AND ANOTHER [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 29-09-2021
By an order dated 15.1.16, this Court taking cognizance of a detailed report published in Rajasthan Patrika, a leading daily newspaper of the State, pointing out deleterious inaction on the part of the State authorities in maintaining and conserving the old temples and the water bodies of Jodhpur City namely, Achalnath Shivalaya, Kunj Bihari Mandir, Arna Jharna, Bhadreshiya Tirth & Vishnu Kund, directed the Deputy Registrar (Judicial) of this Court to register the news item published as Writ Pet

(12) SHREE RAM ENT UDHYOG AND OTHERS Vs. STATE BANK OF INDIA [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT (JAIPUR BENCH)] 29-09-2021
By way of present writ petition, the petitioners have challenged e-auction notice dated 25.08.2021 and prayed a direction to the respondent-Bank to accept balance amount of OTS vide order dated 11.11.2020. Upon direction of this Court, Ms. Kasliwal, learned counsel appearing for the respondent-Bank informs that a total amount of Rs.49,87,238.86 is outstanding against the petitioners as on 30.09.2021.

(13) LALJIBHAI RAMJIBHAI MAKWANA Vs. DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT OFFICER DISTRICT SURENDRANAGAR [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 29-09-2021
The case of the petitioner is that, in election of Gram Panchayat, Sejakpur, held in December, 2016, the petitioner contested on a seat reserved for Scheduled Caste, and was declared as a Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat. The term of the petitioner would get over in the year 2021. The petitioner is affiliated with the Bhartiya Janta Party. The total strength of the Gram Panchayat is 9 members including the Sarpanch.

(14) AB. RASHID BHAT Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT SRINAGAR] 29-09-2021
This is an application filed on behalf of the respondents under Section 34 of the Armed Forces Tribunal Act, 2007, seeking transfer of the petition (SWP No.1179/2016) to Armed Forces Tribunal.

(15) ABDUL QAYOOM GUROO AND ANOTHER Vs. AJEET KUMAR SAHOO AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT SRINAGAR] 29-09-2021
Whether Central Administrative Tribunal constituted under Section 4 of the Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985 [the Act] shall have power and authority under Section 17 of the Act to punish for contempt in relations to an interim order passed by the High Court in a writ petition, which was subsequently transferred to it under Section 29 of the Act?

(16) KRISHNA STONE CRUSHER (M/S.) Vs. UNION TERRITORY OF J&K AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 29-09-2021
The petitioner, Vinod Kumar, claims to have established a stone crusher under the name of M/s Krishna Stone Crusher at Sangani, Poonch Road Akhnoor. He is aggrieved and has challenged the order of respondent No.3 bearing No.DMO/2/seizure/20-21/2394-95 dated 21.12.2020, whereby machinery and minor minerals i.e. crushed bajri approx. 15000mt, c/dust 1000 mt, Nullah Muck 200 mt and bed mix 5000 mt has been seized and handed over on Supurdnama to Sub Inspector Rashpal Sharma of Police Station, Akhno

(17) MOHD. SHAFI KHAN Vs. STATE OF J&K AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 29-09-2021
In the present petition, the petitioner has challenged the order/letter of allotment of contract issued under No. SEHU/2073-77 dated 21-08-2014 pertaining to construction of flood protection work on both sides of Jageer Narh Nallah (Pyt Dewal Doga) with the estimated cost/amount of work as per NIT Rs. 26.39 lacs issued in favour of respondent No. 5 and order/letter of allotment of contract issued under No. MIDD/1865-68 dated 13-08-2014 pertaining to work of the Construction of Flood Protection o

(18) MOHD. MAQBOOL Vs. STATE THROUGH CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION AND OTHERS [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT JAMMU] 29-09-2021
The present petition has been filed by the petitioner under section 435 Cr.P.C. for quashing of order dated 04.09.2013 passed by the learned Special Judge Anti Corruption (CBI Cases), Jammu (hereinafter to be referred as the trial court) by virtue of which the charges for commission of offences under sections 420, 467, 468, 471 read with section 120-B RPC and sections 5(1)(d) and 5(2) of the Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Corruption Act, 2006 have been framed against the petitioner and the othe

(19) FAROOQ AHMAD KHANDAY AND OTHERS Vs. STATE OF J&K AND ANOTHER [JAMMU AND KASHMIR HIGH COURT AT SRINAGAR] 29-09-2021
In CRMC No.269/2017, petitioners have challenged FIR No.187/2017 for offences under Section 147, 354, 436-A RPC registered with Police Station, Pampore. The impugned FIR has been lodged against the petitioners by Haseena Akhter who happens to be the wife of petitioner No.4 in CRMC No.292/2017. In CRMC No.292/2017, petitioners have challenged FIR No.42/2017 for offences under Section 447, 452, 379 and 427 RPC registered with Police Station, Pampore, which has been lodged at the instance of Farooq

(20) BANSI KAMLAJI MEENA (KALASVA) Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 29-09-2021
This Revision Application is filed by the applicant - accused under Section 102 read with Section 12 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and protection of Children) Act, 2015 (the Act of 2015 for short) wherein the applicant has challenged the validity of the impugned order dated 03.03.2021 passed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge, Court No.2, Ahmedabad, and it is prayed that the applicant be released on bail in connection with the FIR being C.R. No.I-19 of 2017 registered with Navrangpura Poli

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