12 preparing Biri on the verandah of Kulamani Budhia, had not been challenged by the prosecution to the extent of her finding accused Upendra absent from the place of occurrence. 12 had only seen the dead bodies of the children. The judgment of this Court in Collector of Customs (Preventive) v. 12 had fled out of fear and, therefore, the High Court was wrong in reversing the acquittal order of the appellant on certain wrong presumption and interpretation.
The Court has given benefit of doubt to the appellant as the statements of P. 2003 set aside the order of the Commissioner holding that the plant could have been set up and could run without the supply of technical knowledge. The appellant has further taken the plea of being a juvenile under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, and accordingly under Section 7(a) raised the claim of juvenility before the Court and stated that the High Court had recorded this aspect but did not act upon it.
Being informed about the incident, the police immediately reached the scene of incident where they found injured PW-1 who had returned to the scene of occurrence and took him to the hospital, where Md. It was brought to our notice that the appellant has already undergone the sentence for a period of about 8 years in jail. 6 about the part played by Upendra in catching the deceased Pravasini, are not in conformity with each other.
P-7, the rough sketch, Ex. P-18, and recorded statements of PWs 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 12, 17. But in order to understand the basic principles of freedom of speech and expression and the need for that freedom in a democratic country, we may take them into consideration. The pattern of Article 19 (1) (a) and of Article 19 (1) (g) of our constitution is different from the pattern of the First Amendment to the American Constitution which is almost absolute in its terms.
Secondly, the fact that the technical supply agreement was signed prior to the agreement for supply of machinery would not be relevant. , concurring) felt the difficulty of the ques- tion. 147, 148, 324, 307 r/w 149 IPC was registered and the investigation commenced. 1996 and opined vide Ex. The deceased was subsequently shifted to Apollo Hospital, Madras for better treatment. Srinivasa Rao, Sub-Inspector of Police, PW-21. The rights guaranteed under Article 19 (1) (a) and Article 19 (1) (g) of the Constitution are to be read along with clauses (2) and (6) of Article 19 which carve out areas in respect of which valid legislation can be made.
Pulla Reddy, PW-18, and sent a requisition to Dr. After completion of the investigation, the chargesheet was placed before the competent court and eventually the matter was tried by learned Additional Sessions Judge. Based on the statement, Crime No. Manohar, PW-19, Assistant Professor, Forensic Medicine at Kilbank Medical College, Chennai for postmortem examination who carried out the autopsy over the dead body of the deceased on 18.
(xv), and pointed out that the question referred to but one such ingredient. Meanwhile the II Additional Judicial First Class Magistrate, Nellore, PW-18, recorded the dying declaration of the deceased at the General Head Quarter Hospital, which has been brought on record as Ex. An appeal by the respondent to CEGAT succeeded, and CEGAT by its judgment dated 24. 1996, PW-21, visited the scene of offence, prepared the panchanama, Ex.
1 not supported by independent corroboration. ” Barrister in Chandigarh High Court the event of the High Court holding that there was an expenditure in this case, it would still be necessary for the Tribunal whether the money was laid out or expended wholly and exclusively for the purposes of the assesses’ business and, if so, whether the expenditure was in the nature of capital or revenue expenditure. P-1, and it was handed over to G. The Additional Sessions Judge also noted that the evidence of P.
After the receipt of intimation of death of the deceased on 18. Veera Reddy, PW-22, the Inspector of police, who visited the Apollo hospital, Madras and held inquest over the dead body of the deceased Anticipatory Bail Advocate in Chandigarh presence of G. It was further contended that the Additional Sessions Judge, after trial, acquitted the appellant along with his mother and held that the female accused had been implicated on an exaggerated version of P.
16, the postmortem report, that the cause of death was due to multiple stab injuries. He analysed the ingredients of cl. 1996 and at the instance of the arrested persons, except A-9, the investigating agency recovered four knives and two iron rods. , (1997) 9 SCC 738, was distinguished on facts law firm in Chandigarh for annulment of marriage reaching the aforesaid conclusion. 1996, there was alteration of the offence to Section 302 IPC and the investigation was taken over by K. The accused persons took the plea of false implication and the A-1, additionally took the plea of alibi.
There was, however, no specific finding against the present appellant. The learned counsel further contended that the Additional Sessions Judge has held that P. PW-22, the Investigating Officer, arrested A-2 to A-7 and A9 on 28. Kareemula, Head Constable, PW-20, recorded the statement of PW-1, Ex. ” The learned Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court (Sarkar, J. It was further pointed out by the appellant before us, that P. In this Court the Counsel for the appellant contended that after the incident took place, the local Sarpanch informed the matter to the Police Station and after investigation, charges were framed under Sections 307 and 302 read with Section 34 of I.
“While examining the constitutionality of a Best law firm in Chandigarh High Court which is alleged to contravene Article 19 (1) (a) of the Constitution, we cannot, no doubt, be solely guided by the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.