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BOC India Limited v Bhagwati Oxygen Limited 12/03/2007Law
Arbitration Act, 1940, ss. 30 r/w 33 - An appeal from a judgment of a Division Bench of the Calcutta High Court dismissing an appeal which was filed against the judgment of a learned Judge refusing to accept the objection filed by the appellant 
- Leave granted.
Bandu v State of Maharashtra 09/03/2007Law
Indian Penal Code, 1860 - s. 302 -
Appellant Bandu - found guilty under Section 498-A of the India Penal Code - sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for 2 years and a fine of Rs. 500/- by the trial court. - On appeal the High Court while setting aside the conviction of the appellant under Section 498A, held him guilty under Section 302 IPC and convicted him to life imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 500/-.
All Bengal Excise Licensees Association v Raghabendra Singh and Others 09/03/2007Law
Contempt of court in excise case -- advertisement published for selection of exercise shops -- High Court made it clear that the respondent-authorities will not hold any lottery for the purpose of final selection of the excise shops in question without obtaining further orders from the High Court
 - Leave granted.
Uttar Pradesh State Road Trasnport Corporation v UP Rajya Sadak Parivahan Karamchari Union 09/03/2007
U.P. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 - s.11-C r\w s. 13A of Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 - Industrial Disputes Act, 1947-
Praying for a declaration that the 15 persons appointed on contract basis as 'drivers' and 'conductors'  be declared as regular and substantive workmen - that the concerned workmen be given all the benefits and facilities of regular employees - Leave granted.
N D P Namboodripad (Dead) by Lrs v Union of India & Ors  8/03/2007Law
High Court Judges (Conditions of service) Act, 1954 - The appellant entered the Kerala Higher Judicial Service as a directly recruited District & Sessions Judge and was later elevated as a Judge of the Kerala High Court - He retired  with 23 years of pension able service which included 8 years of service as a Judge of the High Court.  -  the pension due be recalculated and settled accordingly.
State of Punjab and Others v Swaran Kaur and Others 07/03/2007Law
Punjab State Class IV Service Rules, 1963 - whether the authorities were justified in holding that they did not possess the requisite qualification for appointment under the Punjab State Class IV Service Rules, 1963 - The State of Punjab had taken over Chanan Devi Memorial girl High School, Saleem Tabri, Ludhiana under certain conditions so far as the employment of the members of staff concerned
 - Leave granted.
Regional Provident Fund Commissioner v M/s Raj's Continental Exports Private Limited 07/03/2007Law
Employees' Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952, s. 7A - Respondent claimed in-fancy protection under the provisions of the Act - The appeal is sans merit, deserves dismissal
National Insurance Company Limited v Laxmi Narain Dhut 02/03/2007Law
Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, s. 149 -
Claims involving insurance company, owner of the vehicle and third party -- In each of the impugned judgments the concerned High Court held that the principles laid down by this Court in National Insurance Co. Ltd. v. Swaran Singh (2004 (3) SCC 297) is applicable even to claims other than third party claims. Some of these appeals also relate to orders passed by the NCDRC - Leave granted.
State of Goa v Sanjay Thakran and Anr. 02/03/2007Law
Indian Penal Code, 1860 sections 120-B, 364, 302 and 392 - acquittal order by High Court as well as by trail cost - in the circumstances of the case, the accused persons not giving any explanation in their examination under Section 313, Cr. P.C. could not be taken to be a circumstances pointing towards irresistible conclusion that they are involved in the commission of the crime

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