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Calendar Supreme Court of India 2011

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Calendar Supreme Court of India 2011

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Delhi High Court Calendar

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Vyapam Result 2011

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 RESULTS

  Pre-Pharmacy Test Result – 2011
  (Declared on June 27, 2011 at 5:25 PM)

  Pre-Engineering Test (P.E.T.) Result – 2011 and   Model Answer
  (Declared on June 22, 2011 at 6:00 PM)

  Pre-Polytechnic Test (P.P.T.) Result- 2011  and   Model Answer
  (Hosted on June 15, 2011 at 7.40 PM)
  Revenue Department Recruitment of Jr.Data Entry Operator Test Result- 2009 (Withheld Cases)
  (Hosted on June 14, 2011 at 6.30 PM)

  School of Excellence (S.O.E.) Result – 2011
  (Hosted on June 14, 2011 at 11:00 AM)

  Model School of Excellence (S.O.M.) Result – 2011
  (Hosted on June 14, 2011 at 11:05 AM)

  Management Entrance Test (M.E.T.) Result – 2011 and   Model Answer
  (Hosted on May 30, 2011 at 6:45 PM)

  Directorate of Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy (Ayush) Final Result – 2009
  (Hosted on April 30, 2011 at 7:15 PM)

  Pre-Master of Computer Applications (Pre-M.C.A.) Test Result – 2011 and  Model Answer
  (Declared on April 26, 2011 at 6:30 PM)

  Pre-Post Graduate Test (P.P.G.) Result – 2011 Ineligibile – In-service Candidates
  (Hosted on April 27,  2011 at 12.45 PM)

  Pre-Post Graduate Test (P.P.G.) Result – 2011 (In-service Candidates)
  (Hosted on April 26,  2011 at 6.15 PM)

  Pre-Post Graduate Test (P.P.G.) Result – 2011 and Model Answer
  (Declared on April  23, 2011 at 7.45 PM)

  I.T.I. Test Result (Stenography Hindi & Assistant Grade – III) 2009 Remaining Candidates
  (Hosted on February 08, 2011 at : 4:40 PM)

  Revenue Department Recruitment of Jr.Data Entry Operator Test Result – 2009
  (Declared on December  13, 2010 at 7.35 PM)

  Lateral Entry Test Result – 2010
  (Hosted on November 22, 2010 at 6:30 PM)

  M.P. State Seed Certification Institution Recruitment of Asstt. Seed Certified Officer Test – 2009
  As per Order of Hon’ble High Court W.P. No.8662/09 and 9957/09 (Declared on October  07, 2010 at 5.00 PM)

  Mahila Evam Bal Vikas (Samvida Paryvekshak) Result – 2010 (For Direct Recruitment) 
  (Hosted on October 04,  2010 at 6:00 PM)

  Management Entrance Test (MET) Result – 2010
  (Declared on July 28, 2010 at 6:40 PM)

  I.T.I. Test Result (Stenography Hindi & Assistant Grade – III) 2009 Details
  (Hosted on July 26, 2010 at : 3:40 PM)

  Pre-Ayurvedic, Homeopethic & Unani Test (PAHUT) Result – 2010
  (Declared on July 19, 2010 at 9:00 PM)

  Pre-Medical Test (P.M.T.) Result – 2010
  (Declared on June 30, 2010 at 6:00 PM)

  Pre-Polytechnic Test (P.P.T.) Result – 2010
  (Hosted on June 29, 2010 at : 5:30 PM)

  Pre-Agriculture Test (P.A.T.) Result – 2010
  (Declared on June 13, 2010 at 3:45 PM)

  Pre-Pharmacy Test (P.Ph.T.) Result – 2010
  (Hosted on June 05, 2010 at : 6:55 PM)

  Pre-Engineering Test (P.E.T.) Result – 2010
  (Declared on June 2, 2010 at 6:45 PM)

  Pollution Control Board (PCB) – Recruitment Final Result of Chemist – 2008
  (Hosted on May 22, 2010 at : 2:45 PM)

  General Nursing Training Selection Test (GNTST) Result – 2010
  (Declared on May 14, 2010 at 5:10 PM)

  Pre-Nursing Selection Test (PNST) Result – 2010
  (Hosted on May 14, 2010 at : 5:10 PM)

  Pre-Master of Computer Applications (Pre-M.C.A.) Test Result – 2010
  (Declared on May 12, 2010 at 5:45 PM)

  I.T.I. Test Result – 2009
  (Hosted on May 11, 2010 at : 8:15 PM)

  Mahila Evam Bal Vikas (Samvida Paryvekshak) Result – 2010 (For Aganwadi Workers)
  (Hosted on May 10,  2010 at 8:15 PM)

  Jail Prahari Final Result – 2009
  (Hosted on May 03, 2010 at 6:30 PM)

  Mandi Board Recruitment Test Result : 2010
  (Hosted on April 19,  2010 at 9.15 PM)

  School of Excellence (S.O.E.) Test Result – 2010
  (Hosted on April 07, 2010 at 8:15 PM)

  Pre-Post Graduate (P.P.G.) Test Result – 2010 (In-service Candidates)
  (Hosted on April 03,  2010 at 6.30 PM)

  Pre-Post Graduate (P.P.G.) Test Result – 2010
  (Hosted on March 30, 2010 at 7:50 PM)

  Directorate of Indian System of Homeopathy Medicines Dept.(Recr.of Ayush Doctors) – 2009   Cutoff Marks
  (Hosted on January 30, 2010 at 12:45 PM (Updated))

  Guruji – 2008 Second Additional Result (as per order passed by the Hon’ble High Court)
  (Hosted on January 11,  2010 at 6.00 PM)

  Patwari Revised Result – 2008
  (Hosted on October 22, 2009 at 3:30 PM)

  Samvida Shala Shikshak (Grade-III) Eligibility Test Result – 2008
  (Declared on February 19, 2009 at 5:00 PM)

  Samvida Shala Shikshak (Grade-II) Eligibility Test Result – 2008
  (Declared on October 03, 2008 at 6.20 PM)
  Guruji Test Result (With Additional Result) – 2008
  (Declared on September 17, 2008 at 5.45 PM and With Additional Result on December 19, 2008 at 6.00 PM)

  Samvida Shala Shikshak (Grade-I) Eligibility Test Result – 2008
  (Declared on August 27, 2008 at 7:00 PM)

MPPSC Result 2011

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KPSC Result 2011

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UPPSC Result 2011

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Results


Date Description.(Click on the Description for viewing the result)
23.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Medical Officer Allopathy Group “Kha” Specialist Neuro Surgeon(Male)-Provincial Medical & Health Services .(Advt. No.-1/2009-2010, Deptt. No. S-8/29).
23.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Lecturer Blood Bank-Government Medical Colleges U.P.-(Allopathy) (Advt. No.-1/2010-2011, Deptt. No. S-8/4).
23.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Biologist- Medical & Health Services U.P.(Advt. No.-1/2010-2011, Deptt. No. S-8/8)
23.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Medical Officer Allopathy Group “Kha” Specialist Heart Disease (Male)-Provincial Medical & Health Services (Advt. No.-1/2009-2010, Deptt. No. S-8/28).
21.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Reader Surgery ( Homeopathy )-U.P. Chikitsa Shiksha Homeopathy, Vibhag.
21.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Technologist , Electrical & Mechanical Maintenance Cell -Director General Medical & Health Services (Advt. No.-5/2009-2010, Deptt. No. S-8/96).
21.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Medical Officer Allopathy Group “Kha”-Specialist Eye Surgeon Male -Provincial Medical & Health Services (Advt. No.-1/2009-2010, Deptt. No. S-8/27).
21.06.2011 Click here to view  Result for the post of Medical Officer Allopathy Group “Kha” Specialist Radiologist-Provincial Medical & Health Services (Advt. No.-1/2009-2010, Deptt. No. S-8/18).
18.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Lecturer Hand Composing (Advt. No.-5/2003-04, Deptt. No. S-12/75).
18.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the post of Lecturer Photogravure (Advt. No.-5/2003-04, Deptt. No. S-12/76).
10.06.2011 Click here to view Result of  APS/Reporter Exam. 2007
03.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of “Medical Officer -Allopathy Group “kha” (Male) (Specialist Pathologogist) ( Provincial Medical & Health Services) ( Deptt.No. S-8/19)
03.06.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of “Medical Officer – Allopathy Group “kha” (Male) (Specialist in Skin/Skin Diseses) ( Provincial Medical & Health Services) ( Deptt.No. S-8/25)
01.06.2011 Click here to view Result of Combined State/Upper Sub. Services (P) Exam. 2010
28.05.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of  Lecturer Computer.( Technical Education deptt.)( Dept. No. S-12/28)
28.05.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of  Lecturer Mechanical Engg.( Technical Education deptt.)( Dept. No. S-12/24)
28.05.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of  Lecturer Computer.( Technical Education deptt.)( Dept. No. S-12/10)
28.05.2011 Click here to view Result for the Post of  Lecturer Mechanical Engg.( Technical Education deptt.)( Dept. No. S-12/15)
28.05.2011 Click here to  view Result for the Post of  Lecturer Electrical Engg.( Technical Education deptt.)( Dept. No. S-12/13)

UPSC Result 2011

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Examination Results Written Result- SCRA Exam 2010(English / Hindi) For Download DAF Click Here
Written Result- CPF (ACs) Exam 2010 ( English/Hindi )
Written Result- IES/ISS Examination  2010 (English / Hindi)
 For Download DAF Click Here
Written Result- SOs/Stenos Gr.B/Gr.I LDCE 2006,2007 & 2008 (English/Hindi )
Final Result- Civil Services (Main) Exam 2010 ( English/Hindi )
Final Result- NDA & NA Exam (II) 2010 ( English / Hindi )
Final Result- CDS Exam (II) 2010 ( English / Hindi )
Mark Sheet

Civil Services (Main) Examination 2010 (Qualified in Written)
Civil Services (Main) Examination 2010 (Written Not Qualified )
Engineering Services Examination 2010(Written Not Qualified)
Engineering Services Examination 2010(Written Qualified)

Notifications

CDS (II) Examination 2011 English / Hindi )
Recruitment Results Fortnight Results for the month of March 2011 ( English / Hindi )
Fortnight Results for the month of February 2011 ( English / Hindi ) 
Rectt. Result-84 Posts of  Jr. Works Manager(Mech.) (English / Hindi)
Rectt. Result-68 Posts of Junior Works Manager (Mechanical) (English/Hindi) For DAF click here
Rectt. Result- 08 Posts of Assistant Naval Store Officer Grade-I (Electrical Engg.) (English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result- 08 Posts of Assistant Naval Store Officer Grade-I (Mechanical Engg.) (English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result-10 Posts of Jr. Works Manager (Electrical)(English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result- 13 Posts of Investigator Grade I (English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result- 15 Posts of Public Prosecutor In CBI (English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result- 17 Posts of Sr. Public Prosecutor In CBI (English/Hindi)
Rectt. Result- 17 Posts of Lecturer (Computer Engineering) (English/Hindi)
Recruitment Advertisements Recruitment Advt  No. 10/2011 English / Hindi )
Notice for Extension of Last Date for Receipt of Online Application for Advt No. 10/2011
Recruitment Advt No 11/2011 ( English / Hindi )
Registration Data NDA & NA (II) Exam 2011
Interview Details  
Examination Time Table IFS Exam 2011( English/Hindi )
Venue Information NDIAN FOREST SERVICE    EXAM, 2011

SEBI Orders Sahara Firms to Refund Investors

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SEBI Orders Sahara Firms to Refund Investors

Wall Street Journal
MUMBAI — India’s market regulator Thursday ordered two companies of the Sahara Group to return the money raised from investors from the issuance of six optionally fully convertible debentures (OFCDs) for failure to adhere to local 



Sahara moves SC against Sebi order on refunds 

Indian Express -

A Sahara Group firm has moved the Supreme Court against market regulator Sebi’s order asking it to return money collected from investors through a scheme along with 15 per cent interest. A vacation bench headed by Justice P Sathasivam directed the 

Legal News Dated 28/06/2011

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The Hindu -
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday criticised the Uttar Pradesh government for acquiring prime agricultural land to build luxury flats in Greater Noida and questioned the invoking of an urgency clause that bars farmers from raising objections. …
NDTV.com -‎
Kolkata: Tata Motors Limited will now move the Supreme Court challenging the order of the Calcutta High Court refusing to stay distribution of land to owners at Singur. In a statement, the company spokesperson said the Tata Motors Limited will raise …
Indian Express -‎
Lt Gen PK Rath, the highest ranking serving officer ever to be sentenced by a court martial, may get a more severe sentence as the military court is re-examining charges against him. The Court Martial against the officer in the Sukna land scam case is …
Indian Express -‎
The Rajiv Gandhi Advocates Training Scheme was inaugurated by Delhi High Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra at the National Law University (NLU) in Delhi on Monday, in the presence of Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily. Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and …
Pakistan Daily Times -‎
KABUL: The United Nations urged the Afghan parliament on Sunday not to take any action that might provoke unrest after election officials rejected a ruling by a specially appointed court that threw out a quarter of lawmakers elected last year. …
NEWS.com.au (blog)‎
A BITTER chef strangled his ex-wife, cut her into seven pieces with saws, and then started to entomb her in a cavity he created in his hallway cupboard, a court heard today. The Supreme Court in Brisbane heard cash-strapped former …
Indian Express -‎
A Sahara Group firm has moved the Supreme Court against market regulator Sebi’s order asking it to return money collected from investors through a scheme along with 15 per cent interest. A vacation bench headed by Justice P Sathasivam directed the …
Wall Street Journal -‎
Supreme Court watchers who obsess over every legal tic of its most conservative members got a heavy helping of internal contradiction with yesterday’s 7-2 decision on videogames. The Courtoverturned a California law that would have forbade the sale of …
Times of India -‎
CUTTACK: Providing relief to hordes of parents battling rising school fees of their wards, the High Court on Monday quashed the proposed fee hike by the management of DAV public school. Justice MM Das pronouncing the verdict in the two-year-old case on …
Times of India -‎
RTI activist Hanif Ali Mondal, who came all the way from Dhubri to court arrest in the city’s Chandmari area, said, “I took part in the Jail Bharo agitation because I could not take part in the Dispur demonstration.” “It is Akhil Gogoi who is leading …

Dissolution of Marriage

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Dissolution of Marriage

Indian Divorce Act, 1869

10. When husband may petition for dissolution.
Any husband may present a petition to the District Court or to the High Court, praying that his marriage may be dissolved on the ground that his wife has, since the solemnization thereof, been guilty of adultery.
When wife may petition for dissolution.
When wife may petition for dissolution.-Any wife may present a petition to the District Court or to the High Court, praying that her marriage may be dissolved on the ground that, since the solemnization thereof, her husband has exchanged his profession of Christianity for the profession of some other religion, and gone through a form of marriage with another woman;
or has been guilty of incestuous adultery,
or of bigamy with adultery,
or of marriage with another woman with adultery, or of rape, sodomy or bestiality,
or of adultery coupled with such cruelty as without adultery would have entitled her to a divorce a mensa et toro,
or of adultery coupled with desertion, without reasonable excuse, for two years or upwards.
Contents of petition.
Contents of petition.–Every such petition shall state, as distinctly as the nature of the case permits, the facts on which the claim to have such marriage dissolved is founded.
11. Adulterer to be co-respondent.
Upon any such petition presented by a husband, the petitioner shall make the alleged adulterer a co-respondent to the said petition, unless he is excused from so doing on one of the following grounds, to be allowed by the Court:-
that the respondent is leading the life of a prostitute, and that the petitioner knows of no person with whom the adultery has been committed;
that the name of the alleged adulterer is unknown to the petitioner, although he has made due efforts to discover it;
that the alleged adulterer is dead.
12. Court to be satisfied of absence of collusion.
Upon any such petition for the dissolution of a marriage, the Court shall satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or not the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to, or conniving at, the going though of the said form of marriage, or the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also enquire into any countercharge which may be made against the petitioner.
13. Dismissal of petition.
In case the Court, on the evidence in relation to any such petition, is satisfied that the petitioner’s case has not been proved, or is not satisfied that the alleged adultery has been committed,
or finds that the petitioner has, during the marriage, been accessory to, or conniving at, the going through of the said form of marriage, or the adultery of the other party to the marriage, or has condoned the adultery complained of,
or that the petition is presented or prosecuted in collusion with either of the respondents,
then and in any of the said cases the Court shall dismiss the petition.
When a petition is dismissed by a District Court under this section, the petitioner may, nevertheless, present a similar petition to the High Court.
14. Power to Court to pronounce decree for dissolving marriage.-
In case the Court is satisfied on the evidence that the case of the petitioner has been proved,
and does not find that the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to, or conniving at, the going through of the said form of marriage, or the adultery of the other party to the marriage, or has condoned the adultery complained of,
or that the petition is presented or prosecuted in collusion with either of the respondents,
the Court shall pronounce a decree declaring such marriage to be dissolved in the manner and subject to all the provisions and limitations in sections sixteen and seventeen made and declared:
Provided that the Court shall not be bound to pronounce such decree if it finds that the petitioner has, during the marriage, been guilty of adultery,
or if the petitioner has, in the opinion of the Court, been guilty of unreasonable delay in presenting or prosecuting such petition,
or of cruelty towards the other party to the marriage,
or of having deserted or wilfully separated himself or herself from the other party before the adultery complained of, and without reasonable excuse,
or of such wilful neglect or misconduct of or towards the other party as has conduced to the adultery.
Condonation.
Condonation.-No adultery shall be deemed to have been condoned within the meaning of this Act unless where conjugal cohabitation has been resumed or continued.
15. Relief in case of opposition on certain grounds.
In any suit instituted for dissolution of marriage, if the respondent opposes the relief sought on the ground, in case of such a Suit instituted by a husband, of his adultery, cruelty, or desertion without reasonable excuse, or, in case of such a suit instituted by a wife, on the ground of her adultery and cruelty, the Court may in such suit give to the respondent, on his or her application, the same relief to which he or she would have been entitled in case he or she had presented a petition seeking such relief, and the respondent shall be competent to give evidence of or relating to such cruelty or desertion.
16. Decrees for dissolution to be nisi.
Every decree for a dissolution of marriage made by a High Court not being a confirmation of a decree of a District Court, shall, in the first instance, be a decree nisi, not to be made absolute till after the expiration of such time, not less than six months from the pronouncing thereof, as the High Court, by general or special order from time to time, directs.
Collusion.
Collusion.-During that period any person shall be at liberty, in such manner as the High Court by general or special order from time to time directs, to show cause why the said decree should not be made absolute by reason of the same having been obtained by collusion or by reason of material facts not being brought before the Court.
On cause being so shown, the Court shall deal with the case by making the decree absolute, or by reversing the decree nisi, or by requiring further inquiry, or otherwise as justice may demand.
The High Court may order the costs of Counsel and witnesses and otherwise arising from such cause being shown, to be paid by the parties or such one or more of them as it thinks fit, including a wife if she have separate property.
Whenever a decree nisi has been made, and the petitioner fails, within a reasonable time, to move to have such decree made absolute, the High Court may dismiss the suit.
17. Confirmation of decree for dissolution by District Judge.
Every decree for a dissolution of marriage made by a District Judge shall be subject to confirmation by the High Court.
Cases for confirmation of a decree ‘for dissolution of marriage shall be heard (where the number of the Judges of the High Court is three or upwards) by a Court composed of three such Judges, and in case of difference the opinion of the majority shall prevail, or (where the number of the Judges of the High Court is two) by a Court composed of such two Judges, and in case of difference the opinion of the Senior Judge shall prevail.
The High Court, if it thinks further enquiry or additional evidence to be necessary, may direct such enquiry to be made, or such evidence to be taken.
The result of such enquiry and the additional evidence shall be certified to the High Court by the District Judge, and the High Court shall thereupon make an order confirming the decree for dissolution of marriage, or such other order as to the Court seems fit:
Provided that no decree shall be confirmed under this section till after the expiration of such time, not less than six months from the pronouncing thereof, as the High Court by general or special order from time to time directs.
During the progress of the suit in the Court of the District Judge, any person suspecting that any parties to the suit are or have been acting in collusion for the purpose of obtaining a divorce, shall be at liberty, in such manner as the High Court by general or special order from time to time directs. to apply to the High Court to remove the suit under section eight, and the High Court shall thereupon, if it thinks fit, remove such suit and try and determine the same as a Court of original jurisdiction, and the provisions contained in section sixteen shall apply to every suit so removed: or it may direct the District Judge to take such steps in respect of the alleged collusion as may be necessary to enable him to make a decree in accordance with the justice of the case.
17A. Appointment of officer to exercise duties of King’s Proctor.- The Government of the State within which any High Court exercises jurisdiction, may appoint an officer who shall, within the jurisdiction of the High Court in that State, have the like right of showing cause why a decree for the dissolution of a marriage should not be made absolute or should not be confirmed, as the case may be, as is exercisable in England by the King’s Proctor; and the said Government may make rules regulating the manner in which the right shall be exercised and all matters incidental to or consequential on any exercise of the right.
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