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(61) RANA MOTORS PVT LTD. Vs. GOVT NCT OF DELHI AND OTHERS [DELHI HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The petitioner has filed the present writ petition challenging the legality of a notification issued by the Government of NCT of Delhi [respondent no.1 herein] wherein provisions have been made for transport vehicles of various categories to be equipped with speed governors of the specifications set out therein. The said notification, bearing no. F.No.MLO(VIU)/TPT/2017/165/315 dated 17.07.2018 ("the impugned notification"), has purportedly been issued in exercise of powers conferred by Rule 118(

(62) PANCHMAHAL DISTRICT COOPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS UNION LTD. AND OTHERS Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS [DELHI HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The petition has been heard by way of video conferencing. On the last date of hearing, this Court had passed the following order:- "C.M.Nos.21398-21400/2020 Exemption allowed, subject to all just exceptions. Accordingly, the applications stand disposed of. W.P.(C) No.5917/2020 & C.M.No.21397/2020 The petition has been listed before this Bench by the Registry in view of the urgency expressed therein. The same has been heard by way of video conferencing. Present writ petition has been filed challe

(63) M/S. GREAT INDIA TRADING Vs. PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS ICD PATPARGANJ DELHI AND ANOTHER [DELHI HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Proceedings in the matter have been conducted through video conferencing. Having heard learned counsel for both sides and looking to the facts and circumstances of the case, it appears that the goods that were imported by these petitioners are dry dates and the Bills of Entries are:- (i) Bill of Entry no.8025310 dated 29.06.2020 [in W.P.(C) 6558/2020] (ii) Bill of Entry no.8098954 dated 07.07.2020 [in W.P.(C) 6570/2020] (iii) Bill of Entry no.8025279 dated 29.06.2020 [in W.P.(C) 6587/2020] Initi

(64) RENU DAS Vs. BHASKAR DAS [GAUHATI HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
This review application has been brought by Smti. Renu Das for review of judgment dated 19.06.2020 rendered in Matrimonial Appeal No. 20/2019 (Shri Bhaskar Das Vs- Renu Das). The skeleton of facts necessary for addressing the issue raised by virtue of this review application are that Bhaskar Das, the appellant filed Divorce Case TS(M) No.9/2014 In the Court of District Judge, Dibrugarh, essentially taking the ground of cruelty and desertion against his wife Smti. Renu Das. The suit was dismissed

(65) DILIPBHAI @ NARENDRASINH DEVAYATBHAI SISODIYA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The Applicants have filed this Application under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 for quashing of the FIR 11203036200076 of 2020 registered with Maliya Hatina Police Station, Junagadh for the offences punishable under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 323, 324, 332 and 186 of the Indian Penal Code and with all further and consequential proceedings. Heard learned Advocate Mr.Ashish Dagli for the applicants, learned APP Ms. Moxa Thakkar for the Respondent State of Gujarat through vid

(66) MUKESH HIRALAL OAD Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The petitioner has filed this petition seeking to invoke extra ordinary jurisdiction of this Court under Article 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India, mainly supervisory jurisdiction so also inherent powers under section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code seeking to release the muddamal vehicle Maruti Suzuki Swift Car - four wheeler bearing RTO registration No. RJ-27-CB-6726 in connection with the FIR being CR. No. III 5223 of 2017 registered before the Idar Police Station, Dist. Sabarkantha

(67) THAKOR RAMESHJI MAGANJI Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The petitioner has filed this application seeking to invoke extra ordinary jurisdiction to this Court under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India, mainly supervisory jurisdiction so also inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to release the muddamal vehicle- Mahindra and Mahindra Max 2WD BS2 (Jeep) bearing RTO registration No. GJ-02-Z-2107 in connection with the FIR No. 11217026200073 of 2020 registered with Patan Taluka Police Station, District Patan for

(68) YUNUSBHAI IBRAHIMBHAI ABADA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The applicant has filed this revision application under sections 397 and 401 of the Criminal Procedure Code seeking to quash and set aside the order dated 20.07.2020, passed by the learned Judicial Magistrate First Class, Talala rejecting his Muddamal Application and release the muddamal vehicle Mariti Suzuki, Eeco Car - four wheeler, bearing RTO registration No. GJ-11-AS-4826 in connection with the FIR being CR. No. 11186007200061 of 2020, registered before the Talala Police Station, Dist. Gir

(69) VISHNU GISULAL KHATRI Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The petitioner has filed this application seeking to invoke extra ordinary jurisdiction to this Court under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India, mainly supervisory jurisdiction so also inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to release the muddamal vehicle - Maruti Suzuki Baleno Delta four wheeler Car bearing RTO registration No. GJ-09-BF-7965 in connection with the FIR being CR. No. III - 49 of 2019 before the Rakhial Police Station, at Gandhinagar for

(70) SHAILESHBHAI BHAVSINGBHAI BHURIYA Vs. STATE OF GUJARAT [GUJARAT HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
This Application is filed by the Applicant - Accused under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure for enlarging the applicant on Regular Bail in connection with C.R. No. I-33 of 2015 registered with Dhanpur Police Station, District- Dahod for the offences punishable under Sections 394, 506(2) of the Indian Penal Code and under Section 25(1)BA of the Arms Act. Heard learned Advocate Mr.Darshan P. Dave for the Applicant and learned APP Mr.H.K.Patel for the Respondent State through Video Con

(71) AMAR NATH Vs. STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESHAND OTHERS [HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Since writ petitions, respectively bearing No(s). CWPOA No. 86 of 2019, and, No. CWPOA No. 137 of 2019, are directed against a common thereto notification, of, 1.10.2016, hence both the afore writ petitions, are, amenable for common verdict(s), being pronounced thereon(s). The apposite advertisement, is, borne in Annexure, A-5, wherethrough the respondents concerned, strived to make recruitment(s), of, multi purpose workers, vis-à-vis, Nahan Circle. The last date, prescribed therein, for applic

(72) RAJESH Vs. STATE OF KERALA [KERALA HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Factual and legal questions arising in this Criminal appeal and Death Sentence Reference are intrinsically interconnected. Hence we heard them together. Six accused persons were charge sheeted by the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Cantonment Police Station, Thiruvananthapuram for offences punishable under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 323, 324, 302 and 212 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (in short, "IPC") and Section 27 of the Arms Act, 1959 (in short, "Arms Act"). The incident which resulted i

(73) PRIYAN Vs. STATE OF KERALA [KERALA HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Appellant is the accused in S.C.No.161/2013 of Additional Sessions Judge, Irinjalakuda. By the impugned judgment he has been convicted and sentenced by the court below under Secs 302, 307 and 201 IPC. The prosecution case in short is as follows : On 24.9.2011 at about 7.45 pm the accused, PW1, PW3 and CW4 assembled at the rear compound of Thythara temple and there occurred some wordy altercation between the accused and PW3. It was questioned by PW1. The accused thereupon had a quarrel with PW1 a

(74) SASIDHARAN Vs. STATE OF KERALA [KERALA HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
The appellant was convicted and sentenced by the court below under Section 55 (g) of the Abkari Act. The prosecution allegation is that on 16.05.1998 at about 2.00 p.m., the appellant was found in possession of 66 litres of wash for the purpose of manufacturing arrack, in contravention of the provisions of the Abkari Act. Pw1 was the Excise Range Inspector, who detected the offence. He arrested the appellant and seized the contraband. He had also taken the samples from the contraband. Pw6 conduc

(75) ABDUL RAJAK CHAPPARBAN Vs. STATE OF GOA [BOMBAY HIGH COURT (GOA BENCH)] 17-09-2020
Heard Mr. Salil Saudagar, learned Counsel who has been appointed under Legal Aid Scheme to appear on behalf of the Appellant and Mr. Pravin Faldessai, learned Additional Public Prosecutor for the State. This appeal is directed against the judgment and order dated 16.12.2016 made by the learned Children's Court for the State Of Goa in Special Case No. 54/2013 convicting the appellantaccused for offences under Section 376 and 506 of IPC, under Section 8(2) of the Goa Children's Act, 2003 and under

(76) EKNATH TUKARAMJI PISE Vs. RAMA KAWADUJI BHENDE [BOMBAY HIGH COURT (NAGPUR BENCH)] 17-09-2020
The dismissal of the proceeding under Section 41-D (5) of the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 (The Act, 1950) vide judgment and order dated 30th January, 2014 passed by the District Judge-II, Nagpur upholding the removal of the appellants from the posts of President, Secretary and Trustees of the Trust, by the Joint Charity Commissioner, Nagpur vide its judgment and order dated 3 rd April, 2012, has been questioned in the present appeal. The facts leading to the present appeal are that : The appel

(77) KUSHAL PURI Vs. STATE [BOMBAY HIGH COURT (GOA BENCH)] 17-09-2020
Heard Mr. Poulekar for the Appellant and Mr. Mahesh Amonkar, learned Public Prosecutor for the State. This Appeal is directed against the Judgment and order dated 19/25th November, 2016, made by the learned Sessions Judge, in NDPS Case No.40/2015, convicting the Appellant for offences punishable under Section 20 (b)(ii)(c) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS Act), for illegal possession of commercial quantity of charas and sentencing him to undergo imprisonment for

(78) CHARAN SINGH Vs. STATE OF HARYANA AND OTHERS [PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Petitioner-Charan Singh has approached this Court by way of filing the present petition for issuance of a writ in the nature of certiorari for quashing of impugned notice dated 15.06.2020 (Annexure P-11), orders dated 13.07.2020 (Annexure P-9), 03.03.2020 (Annexure P-7) passed by the Commissioner, Gurugram Division, Gurugram and District Collector, Gurugram, respectively and order dated 04.09.2018 (Annexure P-4) passed by the Sub Divisional Officer-cum-Assistant Collector, Ist Class, Gurugram (N

(79) GURVINDER SINGH SOHAL Vs. CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION [PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Prayer in this petition is for grant of anticipatory bail to the petitioner in FIR No.RC0052020A013 dated 13.8.2020 registered under Section 120-B IPC and Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (amended in 2018) at Police Station, CBI ACB, Chandigarh. Learned senior counsel for the petitioner has argued that the petitioner is working as Superintendent in the office of Commissioner of CGST, Rohtak. He further submits that the petitioner and the other officials, in compliance of a pub

(80) KISHAN Vs. STATE [RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT] 17-09-2020
Today the matter comes up for orders of an interlocutory application filed by Mr. Deepak Menaria to prepone the date fixed in the matter i.e. 06.10.2020. The application is accepted and with the consent of the learned Public Prosecutor, the matter is heard today itself. The instant application for Suspension of Sentence has been preferred on behalf of appellant-applicant Kishan son of Veerji Meena, who has been convicted and sentenced for the offences under Sections 450, 323, 376 (2)(g) IPC and