Raj Kumar Yadav vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 5 May, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Raj Kumar Yadav vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 5 May, 2015
CRA-1906-2010

(RAJKUMAR YADA V Vs THE STA TE 0F MADHYA PRADESH)
05-05-2015

Shri Ajay Shukla, learned Government Advocate for the
respondent/State seeks time to file objections to the application for

suspension of sentence and grant of bail.

Two weeks time as prayed for is granted.

(SHANTANU KEMKAR) (RAJ ENDRA MAHAJAN)
JUDGE JUDGE

Smt. Somvati vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 7 April, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Smt. Somvati vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 7 April, 2015
                             M.Cr.C.No. 2315/2015


                                        Smt. Somvati vs State of M.P.

07 / 0 4 / 2 0 1 4
                          Shri U.S. Tomar, Advocate for the applicant.
                          Shri     R.   K.   Agarwal,    Panel     Lawyer    for   the
                     respondent /State.

Heard on admission.

Admit.

Case diary is available.

This is the first bail application on behalf of the
applicant under Section 439 of Cr.P.C. The applicant is
in custody since 16.02.2015 in connection with Crime
No.12/2015 registered at Police Station Tighra, District
Gwalior for the offence punishable under Sections 304B,
498A, 201/34 of IPC and section 3/4 of Dowry
Prohibition Act.

It is submitted by learned counsel for the applicant
that the applicant is innocent and has been falsely
implicated in the case. It is further submitted that
applicant is resident of Gwalior. The applicant is in
custody since 16.02.2015 and conclusion of trial would
take considerable time. On the aforesaid grounds, it is
prayed that the applicants be released on bail.

Learned Panel Lawyer for the State vehemently
opposed the application.

Considering the totality of the facts and
circumstances of the case coupled with the material
M.Cr.C.No. 2315/2015

available on record, the application under Section 439 of
Cr.P.C. may be allowed. Consequently, it is hereby
allowed.

It is directed that applicant – Somvati be released on
bail on her furnishing a personal bond in the sum of
Rs.30,000 / – (Rupees Thirty Thousand Only) with one
solvent surety in the like amount to the satisfaction of
the CJM, Gwalior securing her presence before the trial
Court on all the dates of hearing fixed in this regard
during trial.

Certified copy as per rules.

(SUBHASH KAKADE)
JUDGE

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Abhishek Shukla vs Bank Of Maharashtra on 1 April, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Abhishek Shukla vs Bank Of Maharashtra on 1 April, 2015
                            WP-4830-2014
                 (ABHISHEK SHUKLA Vs BANK OF MAHARASHTRA)
01-04-2015
Parties through their counsel.

      I.A. No. 5707/2014

        This application has been filed by the respondent No. 3. Let

notice of this application be filed by the appellant within two weeks.

List this application for disposal after two weeks.

In case the respondent No. 3 has already taken the possession then
the order of status quo will not disturb the possession. The order is
therefore modified to their extent.

(MOOL CHAND GARG)
JUDGE

Omprakash Pateriya vs State Of M.P. on 31 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Omprakash Pateriya vs State Of M.P. on 31 March, 2015


Criminal Appeal No. 15/2011

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This case is listed today as reference case alongwith
connected Criminal Appeal No.80/2011. After passing the
order in such connected appeal, case is adjourned with a
direction to place it along-with such connected Criminal

Appeal.

(U.C. Maheshwari) (Sheel Nagu)
J “(19 8 Judge

MKB

Ravi Prakash Barman Alias Ravi … vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 30 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Ravi Prakash Barman Alias Ravi … vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 30 March, 2015
                            CRA-866-2015
(RAVI PRAKASH BARMAN ALIAS RAVI Vs THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH)
                       BARMAN
30-03-2015
      Shri L.P.Singh, learned counsel for the appellant.

          Shri Vivek Lakhera, learned Panel lawyer for the respondent/State.

Office is directed to requisition the record of the trial court.

List the matter thereafter.

(S.K. SETH)
JUDGE

Smt.Taskeen Begam vs Nani Bai on 18 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Smt.Taskeen Begam vs Nani Bai on 18 March, 2015
SA-- 102 3-2007
(SMT.TASKEEN BEGAM Vs NANI BAI)

18-03-2015

Shri Ajay Mishra, learned counsel for the appellant submits
that he will prepare to argue the matter within one week.

Matter be listed on 7.4.2015 to be shown at the top of the
list.

(MOOL CHAND GARG)
JUDGE

Kailash vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 17 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Kailash vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 17 March, 2015
                                                                



                           Cr.A.No.312/2015
17/03/2015
                 Shri Nilesh Manore, learned counsel for 
             the appellant.
                 Shri   R.S.   Bais,   learned   Deputy 
             Government        Advocate         for         the 
             respondent/State.
                 Heard on I.A. No. 1513/2015.
                 This   is   an   application   for   suspension 
             of   sentence.       The   appellant   had   been 
             convicted   under   Section   325   of   IPC   and 
             sentenced to 6 months R.I.
                 Learned   counsel   submits   that   during 
             course   of   trial,   appellant   remained   on 
             bail.   Trial   court   has   suspended   the 
             execution of jail sentence after conviction 
             also but for a limited period.  At the time 
             of   initial   arrest,   appellant   has   been 
             remained in jail for two days and there is 
             no likelihood of early hearing. 
                 After   hearing   learned   counsel   for   the 
             parties   and   considering   the   facts   and 
             circumstances of the case, the application 

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is   allowed   and   it   is   directed   that   the 
execution of the jail sentence alone passed 
against   the   applicant   shall   remain 
suspended   during   the   pendency   of   this 
revision   and   he   be   released   on   bail   upon 
his furnishing personal bond in the sum of 
Rs.   30,000/­   with   one   surety   in   the   like 
amount   to   the   satisfaction   of   the   CJM   for 
his appearance before the Registry of this 
Court   on   12/08/2015   and   on   such   further 
dates as may be fixed in this behalf by the 
Registry   during   the   pendency   of   this 
revision.

   C.C. on payment of usual charges.

  (T.K. Kaushal)
        Judge 
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Gajanand vs Rakesh on 9 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Gajanand vs Rakesh on 9 March, 2015
SA- 1 94- 2 0 1 0
(GAJANAND Vs RAKESH)

09-03-2015

Shri R.C. SharIna, learned counsel for the appellant.
It is informed by the learned counsel for the appellant that the appellant has
died. He prays for and is granted four weeks’ time to take steps in that regard.

(RAVI SHANKAR JHA)
JUDGE

Smt. Kamlabai vs Smt. Baikunthi on 3 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Smt. Kamlabai vs Smt. Baikunthi on 3 March, 2015
                 Writ Petition No.1992/2015
03.3.2015


      Mr.Himanshu Mishra, learned counsel for the petitioner.
      Heard on the question of admission as well as
I.A.No.1447/2015, an application for stay.
      On payment of process fee by registered post with
acknowledgement due within a week, issue notice of this writ
petition to the respondents. Notices are made returnable

within a period of four weeks.

Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that
petitioner is ready and willing to abide by such terms and
conditions that may be imposed by this Court and shall cross-
examine the Plaintiff Witness on a date which may be fixed by
the Court.

In view of aforesaid submission made by learned
counsel for the petitioner and in the facts of the case, it is
directed that further proceeding of Case No.H.M.139/2014
pending before Family Court, Satna shall remain stayed till
next date of hearing.

Let the writ petition be listed for orders in the week
commencing 06.4.2015.

C.C. as per rules.

(Alok Aradhe)
Judge
RM

Nitin Sethi vs Smt.Deepika Sethi on 2 March, 2015

Madhya Pradesh High Court
Nitin Sethi vs Smt.Deepika Sethi on 2 March, 2015
                                                  FA.36.2015

     02.03.2015
          Shri Ankur Mody, Advocate, for the appellant.
          On payment of process fee within three days, notice be
     issued to the respondent for admission as well as on I.A.

No.907/2015 which is an application preferred under Order XLI
Rule 5 of the Code of Civil Procedure, making the same
returnable within four weeks.




          (Sheel Nagu)                        (B.D. Rathi)
             Judge                              Judge
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