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    Dear Shri Mohanraam,
    kindly upload your application after deleting the names and addresses etc. for proper appreciation of the matter.
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    Started by Anonymous User at 12:44 p.m. on 31 March 09

    I have been staying with my parent after one months of my marriage.I am working and I have been threatened since day one by my inlaws in the name of divorce and the denial of any compensasion because of my job. Now they have approached a family counselling centre where they have
    good hold and trying for divorce.It is now 9 months completed since I got married.I have refused to agree to the divorce petition at the family councelling and not sure what will be their next step. I know they have spoiled my life, they dont have minimum respect for womanhood and that is the reason they could qoute my inaability to do household thing due to my job as the reson for divorce (though I begged for a maid, but they could not agree; but before marriage, their view on my job was quite the opposite). I just want to fight against for this injustice and defend the divorce. Please advice. I dont want to harass them but at the same time I dont want to let them escape and spoil another life.

    limitation of land holdings in state of karnataka
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    i requires details of limitation of land holdings in state of karnataka. some are telling about 50 acres D class land is the limit. some are telling there is no limit. what is the exact position.
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    harijan act
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    Criminal Breach of Trust by a Public Servant, Missappropriation, Cheating, Criminal Conspiracy, Criminal Intimidation and common interest (409,120-B,420,506 7 34)
    Started by fdf2007in at 2:23 p.m. on 22 March 09

    How do I expedite a Criminal Case filed u/s:409,120B,420,506 & 34
    fdf2007in at 2:15 p.m. on 22 March 09
    I have filed a case of Criminal Breach of Trust by a Public Servant, Missappropriation, Cheating, Criminal Conspiracy, Criminal Intimidation and common interest (409,120-B,420,506 7 34)

    The Private complaint was filed in the Magistrate court in Septmeber 2007. A SR No.was given.

    The complaint was taken on file on 31-10-2008 and given a CC No:

    Summons were issued and the Accused were present with their R/L on the first date.

    Subsequently both the accused have just been filing 317 petitions through thier counsel and the Magistrate is just adjourning the matter for another day.

    Now under these circumstances, how can and which section of the Cr.P.C can I pray for expediting the case, without any further delay as it involves Government Servants/Public servants, and I need to implead 3 more people who were reponsible in concluding the criminal acts mentioned vide the sections.

    your opinion and suggestions, will help a Social worker fight corruption and corrupt practices in public places

    How do I expedite a Criminal Case filed u/s:409,120B,420,506 & 34
    Started by fdf2007in at 2:15 p.m. on 22 March 09

    I have filed a case of Criminal Breach of Trust by a Public Servant, Missappropriation of Money, Cheating, Criminal Conspiracy, Criminal Intimidation and common interest (409,120-B,420,506 7 34)

    The Private complaint was filed in the Magistrate court in Septmeber 2008. A SR No.was given.

    The complaint was taken on file on 31-10-2008 adn given a CC No:

    Summons were issued and the Accused were present with their R/L on the first date.

    Subsequently both the accused have just been filing 317 petitions through thier counsel and the Magistrate is just adjourning the matter for another day.

    Now under these circumstances, how can and which section of the Cr.P.C can I pray for expediting the case, without any further delay as it involves Government Servants/Public servants, and I need to implead 3 more people who were reponsible in concluding the criminal acts mentioned vide the sections.

    your opinion and suggestions, will help a Social worker fight corruption and corrupt practices in public places.
    How to save my ancestral house
    Started by debdutt at 8:53 a.m. on 19 March 09

    My family stays in a portion of a huge zamindar house which we inherited from our ancestors. The whole house belonged to an ancestor and now it belongs to some 5 owners including my family, these owners are all our distant relatives. one portion of that house is granted to the worship of the family deity. Now one of the owners have decided to sell his portion to a builder who will break that portion and construct flats, this will not only weaken the attached portion (ours and the deity's) but also ruin a beautiful house. Is there any legal way to stop such a thing from happening?
    Kishen Bansali
    Started by Anonymous User at 2:36 p.m. on 12 March 09

    I entered into a sale agreement in 2006 for about 1.5 acres of agricultural property for which i paid the owner/seller of the land about 15% of the total consideration through a cheque with the rest to be paid on the day of registration.
    However, on the day of the registration when we went to the sub-registrars office to register the land we found that the seller/owner had suppressed the fact that the land being sold was under a court injunction( ex-parte interim) aganst alienation dated 2005 by one of his relatives due to which the sub-registrar refused to register the land.

    The seller we later realised had done this intentionally and had entered into the sale agreement knowing fully well that he could not sell the land. Repeated requests to get the seller to go through with the agreement has proved to be futile as he now hides behind the contention that he in fact wants to register the land but the injunction has prevented him from doing it. In the recent past he is also trying to wriggle out of the sale due to the increase of the property price and find ways to avoid meeting with us on this sale

    For one, I have now come to believe that the seller is a cheat but at the same time time I do not want to release him from the sale agreement he had with me.

    I would greatly appreciate if anybody knowledgeable with property disputes tell me what remedies are available( both civil & criminal) for me to obtain possession of the land under the above mentioned circumstances & what are implications for each of the remedies? Any court judgements/links on such cases would really help me plan my next course of action. Thanks in advance







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    Mr Mohanram,

    Your post #19 above does not have any connection to RTI - the main focus of this portal. Please clarify as to how it is related to RTI, otherwise it needs to be deleted.

    Re post #20 above, can you please post a translation in English since a majority of members here do not understand/read Tamil. Discussions on this portal are restrcited to the English language.
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    <TABLE style="BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse" borderColor=#111111 height=4 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=700 bgColor=#ffffff border=0><TBODY><TR><TD width=10> </TD><TD height=1> IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

    W.P. (C) 288/2009

    THE CPIO, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
    TILAK MARG, NEW DELHI ..... Petitioner
    Through: Mr. Goolam E. Vahanvati,
    Solicitor General with Mr. Gaurav Duggal, Advocates.


    versus

    SUBHASH CHANDRA AGARWAL and ANR. ..... Respondents
    Through: Mr. Prashant Bhushan and
    Mr. Mayank Misra and Mr. Harendra Singh, Advocates, for Resp-1.
    Mr. K.K. Nigam, Advocate for CIC.
    Mr. K.C. Mittal with Mr. D.K. Sharma,
    Mr. Arvind Jain and Mr. Sujeet Kumar, Advocates for DHC Bar Association.
    Mr. P.N. Lekhi, Sr. Advocate with
    Mr. Vijay Chaudhary and Mr. Ravinder Kumar, Advocates for Rashtriya Mukti
    Morcha/Intervener.


    CORAM:
    HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE S. RAVINDRA BHAT

    O R D E R
    04.05.2009

    Mr. P.N. Lekhi, learned Senior counsel for the Interveners concluded his
    submissions. Learned Solicitor General replied to the submissions of the
    respondents as well as interveners.
    Arguments heard.
    Order Reserved.

    MAY 04, 2009 S. RAVINDRA BHAT, J
    /vd/

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    <table style="border-collapse: collapse;" width="700" bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" bordercolor="#111111" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" height="4"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="10">
    </td> <td height="1"> IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI


    W.P. (C) 288/2009, C.M. 643/2009 (Stay)


    THE CPIO, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
    TILAK MARG, NEW DELHI ..... Petitioner
    Through: Mr. Raman Mishra, proxy counsel.


    versus


    SUBHASH CHANDRA AGARWAL and ANR. ..... Respondents
    Through: Ms. Sonia Arora, proxy counsel..


    CORAM:
    HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE S. RAVINDRA BHAT




    O R D E R
    27.02.2009


    On joint request, list on 17th March, 2009 at 2:30 PM.


    CM 2701/2009 (for impleadment)
    Issue notice.
    Counsel for the non-applicants accepts notice. Reply shall be filed
    before the next date of hearing.




    S. RAVINDRA BHAT, J
    FEBRUARY 27, 2009
    /vd/

    24.


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    </td> <td height="1"> IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

    W.P.(C) 288/2009, C.M. Appl. 643/2009 (Stay Application)

    THE CPIO, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA TILAK MARG, NEW DELHI
    ..... Petitioner
    Through : Mr. Goolam. E. Vahanvati, Solicitor General, Mr. Devadatt Kamat, and
    Mr. Gaurav Duggal, Advocates.


    versus

    SUBHASH CHANDRA AGARWAL and ANR. .....
    Respondents
    Through Mr. Prashant Bhushan, Advocate, for Resp.
    No.1
    Prof. K.K. Nigam, Advocate, for Resp. No.2


    CORAM:
    HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE S. RAVINDRA BHAT


    O R D E R
    19.01.2009


    The Solicitor General of India who appears for petitioner submits that the
    Registrar of the Supreme Court would be impleaded as the second petitioner and
    requests that the appropriate order should be made in that regard. Accordingly,
    the Registrar General is hereby impleaded as second petitioner. Amended Memo of
    Parties may be filed within two days.
    W.P.(C) 288/2009
    Issue notice, returnable on 11.02.2009. Mr. Prashant Bhushan, Advocate
    accepts notice on behalf of first respondent. Prof. K.K. Nigam, Advocate accepts
    notice on behalf of second respondent. Having heard the counsel for parties and
    considered the pleadings, the Court is of the opinion that till the next date of
    hearing, the operation of the impugned order should be suspended. Directed
    accordingly. The parties shall exchange pleadings before the next date of
    hearing. Having regard to the nature of the matter, this Court is of the opinion
    that the assistance of an amicus curiae is required in this case. Mr. Fali. S.
    Nariman is requested to assist the Court as amicus curiae, in the proceedings.
    Let a copy of the petition be furnished to Mr. Fali. S. Nariman.
    List on 11.02.2009.
    C.M. Appl. 644/2009 (Exemption)


    Allowed, subject to all just exceptions.

    S. RAVINDRA BHAT,J


    JANUARY 19, 2009
    ?ajk?



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