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Deputy ... vs Nyongwa Ngemu on 22 March, 2002
On 6.4.1998, accused Nyongwa Ngemu stabbed his brother Khulem Ngemu, by a knife and the victim was admitted to Changlang hospital where he succumbed to the injuries on 8.4.1998. Before the incident of stabbing, there was a quarrel between the accused and his sister Smt. Chamin Dorjee at Changlang Bazar line. Smt. Chamin Dorjee called her younger brother Khulem Ngemu to mediate the matter.
While the deceased tried to persuade the accused not to quarrel with his sister, the accused stabbed him in the abdomen
The conviction of the accused-respondent under Section 304 IPC is annulled. Instead, the accused-respondent is convicted under Section 335 of the IPC with a sentence of rigorous imprisonment for 2 (two) years. The learned trial Court is to take appropriate action to execute the order of sentence so imposed.
A L Mehta v NIIT
the petitioner herein undisputedly is an ex employee of the first respondent/complainant. He had some disputes that the first respondent in relation to some dues which he submits were outstanding and for which a settlement also took place between him and the complainant.
con-man of NIIT was able to purchase the concerned officers namely Sh P C Khandelwal, Sh. S. S. Rathore as well as Sh Manu Malik, Additional Commissioner of Income Tax, Central Circle, New Delhi. It is further alleged in the said letter that cases of large scale evasion of income tax by NIIT Ltd and its associate companies have been virtually killed and messed up by Sh P C Khandelwal, Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax. In my opinion, the language used by the appellant in the said letter is defamatory. To say that the respondent company is indulging in large scale of evasion of income tax in connivance with Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax or to say that con-man of the respondent company was able to purchase the Income Tax officers are certainly defamatory. A charge of...