Church of North India The Church of North India (CNI) on Aug. 11 2020 expelled Bishop Basil B. Baskey of Chotanagpur Diocese in Jharkhand state from his office. It also withdrew […]
TREASURER’S REPORT FOR THE PERIOD 2014 – 2017 Respected Moderator, The Most Rev. Dr. P.K. Samantaroy, Deputy Moderator, The Rt. Rev. Dr. P.C. Singh, General Secretary, Mr. Alwan Masih, representatives from […]
The Church of North India Trust Association was registered as a company under the Companies Act, 1956, in the year 1976. In or about 1895, some American Missionaries established a religious institution […]
It is complained that there is a violation of these three orders by the six respondents, Satyabrata Biswas, Rev. Bilash Chandra Das, Salil Biswas, Sushil Sharma, Rt. Rev. Dinesh Chandra Gorai and Rt. Rev. John E. Ghosh. The contempt was for:(1) putting a padlock to the main entrance of the premises on 3-7-93; (2) disconnecting water supply, (3) obstructing sewerage line; and (4) preventing the appellants from getting the rooms repaired.
Whether the Bishop’s service is a ‘personal service’ at all and as to whether the ingredient of volition is at all a relevant factor after the 2018 Amendment, demands that the plaint should not be rejected at the outset, thereby precluding the plaintiff/opposite party from canvassing the dispute raised. Several allegations made in the plaint, on a plain and meaningful reading, disclose sufficient cause of action to institute the action. There is no bar of law as well, ex facie evident from the plaint, to justify the rejection of the plaint under Order VII Rule 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure.