SIKKIM POLICE MANUAL VOL.-I and II

Keywords: Police Manual SIKKIM POLICE MANUAL VOL.-I          Index Constitution, Organization, Superintendence & Administration Police Headquarters Headquarters & General Administration Branch General Administrative Instructions State Reserve Lines Motor Transport Sections Conduct and Discipline Rewards Departmental action, punishment & appeal Prosecution by or against Police Officers – Legal Assistance Police Welfare, Grievance Redressal … Continue reading SIKKIM POLICE MANUAL VOL.-I and II

Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay[SC 1961 November]

Keywords :- Doctrine of implied Power , Doctrine of Enabling Act AIR 1962 SC 486 : (1962) 1 Suppl. SCR 381 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay Respondent (Before : P. B. Gajendragadkar, A. K. Sarkar, K. N. Wanchoo, K. C. Das Gupta And … Continue reading Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay[SC 1961 November]

Thottuvarambath Velayudhan vs Pottayil Aboobacker Haji And Anr[Kerala 1979]

Doctrine of Implied Power Applied Chief Judicial Magistrate is competent to grant stay to proceeding in the Court of Judicial magistrate during hearing on transfer application. Kerala High Court Thottuvarambath Velayudhan vs Pottayil Aboobacker Haji And Anr. Decided on : 12 January, 1979 Equivalent citations: 1980 CriLJ 181 Bench: K P Amma 1. The petitioner … Continue reading Thottuvarambath Velayudhan vs Pottayil Aboobacker Haji And Anr[Kerala 1979]

Leave rules for West Bengal Govt. Employees

There are following types of leaves which are applicable for the Permanent/ Temporary Govt. employees of West Bengal. The latest revision of leave rules by G.O. are also considered along with-  West Bengal Service Rule Part I, Rule 144 to 207. Types of Leave Admissibility Period of Leave Pay Earned Leave Private affairs and medical … Continue reading Leave rules for West Bengal Govt. Employees

WB Backward Classes (Other than SC & ST) Reservation of Vacancies in Services & Posts Act, 2012

GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL LAW DEPARTMENT Legislative NOTIFICATION No. 533-L.—25th March, 2013.—The following Act of the West Bengal Legislature, having been assented to by the Governor, is hereby published for general information:— West Bengal Act XXXIX of 2012 THE WEST BENGAL BACKWARD CLASSES (OTHER THAN SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES) (RESERVATION OF VACANCIES IN SERVICES … Continue reading WB Backward Classes (Other than SC & ST) Reservation of Vacancies in Services & Posts Act, 2012

List of Other Backward Classes in West Bengal

As on 07 10 2017 SL More Backward (Category A) SL Backward (Category B) 1 Abdal (Muslim) 1 Adaldar (Muslim) 2 Atta (Muslim) 2 Akunji/Akan/Akhan (Muslim) 3 Baidya Muslim 3 Bag (Muslim) 4 Basni/ Bosni (Muslim) 4 Bagani (Muslim) 5 Bayen (Muslim) 5 Baishya Kapali 6 Beldar Muslim 6 Bansi Barman 7 Bepari /Byapari Muslim … Continue reading List of Other Backward Classes in West Bengal

West Bengal Services Training and Examination Rules[Part I]

West Bengal Services (Training & Examination) Rules, 1953 along with all amendments. Ref: 845-F dated 19.03.1953, 10518-F dated 04.12.1974, 834-PAR(Trg) dated 20.08.2004, 601-PAR(Trg) dated 07.09.2006. Chapter – I Probation and Training Part – A General rules regulating the probation and training of officers appointed on probation to IAS, IPS and West Bengal State Services (297-O&M … Continue reading West Bengal Services Training and Examination Rules[Part I]

West Bengal Services Training and Examination Rules – Part II

Ref: 845-F dated 19.03.1953, 10518-F dated 04.12.1974, 834-PAR(Trg) dated 20.08.2004, 601-PAR(Trg) dated 07.09.2006. APPENDIX-A The course of study in theoretical and practical survey referred to in rule 19 is prescribed as follows : Surveying—(a) Elements of drawing including printing geometrical drawing scales, conventional signs, inking and colouring (39 hours). (b) Chain surveying : different kinds … Continue reading West Bengal Services Training and Examination Rules – Part II

West Bengal Judicial Service (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 2007

Government of West Bengal Judicial Department No. 326-JL. dated 22nd June, 2007 NOTIFICATION In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India and in suppression of all earlier notifications on the subject-matter, the Governor, in consultation with the High Court at Calcutta under article 235, read with … Continue reading West Bengal Judicial Service (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 2007

Bal Kishan vs State Of Rajasthan[Rajasthan 1982]

Chief Judicial Magistrate has no power to transfer a case if tried by himself Rajasthan High Court Equivalent citations: 1982 CriLJ 2324 Author: K Sharma Bench: K Sharma  Bal Kishan vs State Of Rajasthan on 30 April, 1982 ORDER K.D. Sharma, C.J. 1. The only point argued before me by Mr. D. Parihar learned Counsel … Continue reading Bal Kishan vs State Of Rajasthan[Rajasthan 1982]

Principles for considering application for the Cancellation of Bail

 In 'Kamar Singh Meena vs. State of Rajasthan', reported in (2012) 12 SCC 180, it was observed that: "wherein it was observed that while cancelling bail under Section 439(2) of Cr.P.C., the primary considerations which weigh with the Court are whether the accused is likely to tamper with the evidence or interfere or attempt to interfere with … Continue reading Principles for considering application for the Cancellation of Bail

Compounding of non-compoundable offences by High Court

It is a well settled law that where the High Court is convinced that the offences are entirely personal in nature and therefore do not affect public peace or tranquility and where it feels that quashing of such proceedings on account of compromise would bring about peace and would secure ends of justice, it should … Continue reading Compounding of non-compoundable offences by High Court

Criminal Jurisprudence- Stare decisis

It is trite that every criminal case has its own peculiar facts and circumstances. Undoubtedly, the jurisprudential evolution has brought out certain well accepted principles on the touchstone of which the evidence adduced at the criminal trial is tested or appreciated for its intrinsic worth and, for such purposes, precedents or the past decisions, particularly … Continue reading Criminal Jurisprudence- Stare decisis

Admissibility of the evidence concerning discovery of fact due to disclosure made by an accused in custody

Admissibility of the evidence concerning discovery of fact pursuant disclosure made by an accused in custody, reliance Could be placed on Jafar Hussain Dastagir Vs. State of Maharashtra, (1969) 2 SCC 872 and State of UP vs. Jageshwar and Ors, (1983) 2 SCC 305 to argue that since the police was already in possession of the … Continue reading Admissibility of the evidence concerning discovery of fact due to disclosure made by an accused in custody

THE SECURITY COUNCIL

CHAPTER V: COMPOSITION Article 23 The Security Council shall consist of fifteen Members of the United Nations. The Republic of China, France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America shall be permanent members of the Security Council. The General Assembly shall … Continue reading THE SECURITY COUNCIL

Charter of the United Nations

The Charter of the United Nations was signed on 26 June 1945, in San Francisco, at the conclusion of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, and came into force on 24 October 1945. CONTENT Preamble Chapter I: Purposes and Principles Chapter II: Membership Chapter III: Organs Chapter IV: The General Assembly Chapter V: The Security Council[Art 23 -32] Chapter … Continue reading Charter of the United Nations

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Preamble Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world, Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of … Continue reading Universal Declaration of Human Rights