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Sep 23 2011 (SC)

State of Uttar Pradesh, and ors. Vs. M/S Mohan MeakIn Breweries Ltd, a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-23-2011

..... there would be no sullage, evaporation or other wastages after that stage (that is completion of manufacture) and the allowance under section 28a of the act will become redundant, except for the small percentage provided for wastage during bottling and storage. 37. the brewery placed strong reliance upon the decision ..... tax, though levied with reference to the purchase price and at an earlier point is nonetheless income liable to be taxed under the income tax act. this court referring to the argument about absence of legislative competence to levy tax before accrual of income, referred to entry 82 of list i ..... (3) scc 465, this court considered the constitutionality of the provisions for presumptive tax in sections 44-ac and 206-c of the income tax act, 1961 for collecting tax on profits and gains from trading in alcoholic liquor for human consumption (and other goods specified therein) at the stage of ..... manufactured or produced elsewhere in india. thus, the final product of the beer is relevant excisable article exigible to duty under section 31 of the act when it passes through fine filter press and received in the bottling tank. the question is : at what stage the duty is liable to ..... find answers to the questions, it is necessary to refer to the process of manufacture of beer, the relevant provisions of the up excise act, 1910 (for short `the act') and the relevant brewery rules. process of manufacture of beer 10. encyclopaedia britannica (15th edition, vol.14, page 739) describes the .....

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Dec 02 2011 (SC)

Suresh Dhanuka Vs. Sunita Mohapatra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-02-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)SCC578; 2012(1)LW372; 2012(1)KLT45SN; 2012(1)SCJ675; 2012(1)ALT49; AIR2012SCW369; 2012(1)KCCR17(SC)(SN)

..... also revoked the deed of assignment dated 1st october, 2000. immediately thereafter, on 19th december, 2007, the appellant filed a fresh application under section 9 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, before the district judge, khurda, who on 27th december, 2007, passed an ad-interim order restraining the respondent from selling her products by herself or by any other ..... in addition to the aforesaid proceeding before the district judge, khurda, the appellant had also filed an application before the learned arbitrator under section 17 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, for the self-same reliefs. 24. on the question of enforcement of a negative covenant, mr. singh submitted that even in such a case, the balance of ..... aforesaid trade mark. learned counsel submitted that as per the prayer of the respondent in the application before the district judge, khurda, under section 9 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, the court had initially passed an interim order dated 29th august, 2007, whereby the appellant and others were restrained from selling, distributing, manufacturing and marketing any product in ..... and distributors of the appellant to take direct supplies from the respondent on a higher discount. this led to the filing of the application under section 9 of the 1996 act by the appellant before the district judge, alipore, kolkata. thereafter, on 25th september, 2007, the respondent cancelled the agreement dated 1st april, 1999 and also revoked the deed .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Chandna Impex P.Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Customs

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... etc. on 22nd may, 2000, one of the directors of the appellant, namely, rakesh chandna, was apprehended by the officers of the customs department at calcutta airport. he was found in possession of us $45,000/- and indian currency of `9,000/-, alongwith several incriminating documents, which fuelled further follow ..... courts below. but it is not an absolute rule. some of the well-recognized exceptions are where (i) the courts below have ignored material evidence or acted on no evidence; (ii) the courts have drawn wrong inferences from proved facts by applying the law erroneously; or (iii) the courts have wrongly ..... decide, in the first instance, question as to whether or not the questions proposed by the appellant in their application under section 130 of the act are substantial questions of law arising from the order of the tribunal, before embarking upon their consideration on merits?9. as stated above, the ..... application was as follows:(a)-whether the addl. director general in directorate of revenue intelligence is proper officer within the meaning of section 28 of the act? however, as already stated above, the high court has dismissed the appeal of the appellant by a short order, which reads thus: we ..... the course of investigation, a show cause notice dated 16th may, 2001 was issued to the appellant by the dri under section 124 of the act, detailing the bills of entry, wherein there was mis-declaration of quantity/description and value of the goods. the appellant was asked to show cause .....

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Feb 07 2011 (SC)

Sesa Industries Ltd. Vs. Krishna H. Bajaj and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-07-2011

..... said finding suffers from any demonstrable perversity. (see: firm sriniwas ram kumar v. mahabir prasad & ors.25 and ganga bishnu swaika v. calcutta pinjrapole society26.) 38.the next issue that arises for our determination is whether the division bench was correct in holding that the affidavit filed by ..... upon, as observed in miheer h. mafatlal (supra); bedrock ltd. (supra); t. mathew (supra); j.s. davar (supra) and calcutta industrial bank ltd. (supra). 32.before addressing the issues raised, it will be useful to survey the relevant provisions contained in chapter v of part vi ..... company, the pendency of any investigation proceedings in relation to the company under sections 235 to 251, and the like."section 394 of the act, lays down the procedure for facilitating reconstruction and amalgamation of companies. it reads as under: "s.394. provisions for facilitating reconstruction and amalgamation ..... the serious fraud investigation office (sfio) was conducting an investigation into the affairs of the company under the provisions of section 235 of the act, and even though the said investigation proceedings arose later, the obligation under the proviso of section 391(2) is a continuing obligation and, ..... not have an opportunity to examine the inspection reports under section 209a of the act. 29.reliance was placed on the decisions in j.s. davar & anr. v. dr. shankar vishnu marathe & ors.20; t. mathew (supra); calcutta industrial bank ltd., in re21 and travancore national & quilon bank ltd., in .....

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Mar 15 2011 (SC)

National Campaign Committee for Central Legislation on Construction La ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-15-2011

..... children and even make payment of maternity benefits to the female beneficiaries. the appropriate government is further required to appoint registering officers in terms of section 6 of the act and the establishments are required to be registered with that officer as per the provisions of section 7. the beneficiaries/workers are to be registered with the officer ..... the respondents in that petition had willfully disobeyed the orders of this court, particularly the order dated 18th january, 2010 and they have not implemented the provisions of the act. the registering officers have not been appointed and the workers are not being registered, resulting in non-implementation of the schemes for grant of benefits and the facilities ..... state welfare boards by the respective states, holding of meetings by the said boards at regular intervals to discharge their statutory duties, creating awareness about the benefits of the act amongst the beneficiaries through media, appointment of registering officers and setting up centres in each district for that purpose. this court further directed that all contracts with government shall ..... and, in particular, to establish the welfare boards, collect cess, complete the registration and grant benefits to the beneficiaries with immediate effect as per the provisions of the respective acts. further, it is also prayed that the rules and regulations relating to the health, safety and welfare of the workers, particularly the workers in relation to building and .....

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Apr 11 2011 (SC)

B.R. Surendranath Singh, and anr. Vs. Deputy Director, Department of M ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-11-2011

..... the iron ore were lying within the boundaries mentioned in the said mahazar. this is the very same boundary mentioned in mahazar drawn by the police in the year 2006 and the mahazar drawn at the time of handing over of the iron ore to the possession of the highest bidder ..... resulting in a notice issued to the appellant on 29.3.2006. the respondent filed a criminal complaint on 25.2.2006 before the chikkanayakanahalli police against six persons including the appellant for having indulged in illegal mining activities and committed theft of iron ore and the same was registered in criminal ..... no.20 of 2006 for an offence punishable under section 21 of the mines and minerals (development and regulation) act, 1957 and under section 379 of the indian penal code. it is also mentioned in the affidavit that the auction was completed on 24.02. ..... d.c., tumkur for stoppage. if the issue is referred to director, no justice will be done as he is totally and fully involved in this illegal act. i hope justice will be upheld at your end.many thanksyours faithfullyselvarajucopy to :1. sri. t.n. chaturvedi, governor of karnataka, bangalore2. sri. n ..... contractor selvaraj of m/s. sun minerals and the appellant herein, who are involved in committing the act of illegal quarrying. the above complaint was registered as crime no. 52/2006 before the chikkanayakanahalli police station.17. the appellant filed an application for amendment in the high court praying for a writ of .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Chandna Impex P.Ltd. Vs. Commr.of Customs

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... not been applied in appreciating the evidence, or when the evidence has been misread. (ref: west bengal electricity regulatory commission v. cesc ltd.;-metroark ltd. v. commissioner of central excise, calcutta;- commissioner of customs (preventive) v. vijay dasharath patel & narendra gopal vidyarthi v. rajat vidyarthi) 10. in hero vinoth (minor) v. seshammal, referring to the constitution bench decision of this court ..... concurrent findings of the courts below. but it is not an absolute rule. some of the well-recognized exceptions are where (i) the courts below have ignored material evidence or acted on no evidence; (ii) the courts have drawn wrong inferences from proved facts by applying the law erroneously; or (iii) the courts have wrongly cast the burden(2002)8scc715 (2004 ..... to the high court to decide, in the first instance, question as to whether or not the questions proposed by the appellant in their application under section 130 of the act are substantial questions of law arising from the order of the tribunal, before embarking upon their consideration on merits? 9. as stated above, the appellant had framed in their ..... the incriminating documents recovered during the course of investigation, a show cause notice dated 16th may, 2001 was issued to the appellant by the dri under section 124 of the act, detailing the bills of entry, wherein there was mis-declaration of quantity/description and value of the goods. the appellant was asked to show cause as to why duty, amounting .....

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Oct 11 2011 (SC)

Sanchit Bansal and anr. Vs. the Joint Admission Board (Jab) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-11-2011

Reported in : (2012)1SCC157; AIR2012SC214

..... to the performance of the candidates of that particular year.the committee examined the procedure for subject cut-off marks in jee 2006 as submitted in an affidavit to the calcutta high court and the procedure given against an rti application. the committee noted that the procedures given in these document did not contain sufficient details to calculate the cut offs ..... were not different versions, but better or more detailed disclosure of the same process or procedure. apparently the board was not initially willing to disclose the entire process. the rti act had just come into force and the apparent tendency initially was to give the minimum information. subsequently when pressed, the board has come out with complete disclosure of the process ..... or wisdom of the policies but only illegality. in directorate of film festivals v. gaurav ashwin jain [2007 (4) scc 737] this court held :....courts do not and cannot act as appellate authorities examining the correctness, suitability and appropriateness of a policy, nor are courts advisors to the executive on matters of policy which the executive is entitled to formulate ..... found to be not qualified whereas a student who got aggregate marks of 154 was found to have qualified. the appellants also filed several applications under the right to information act 2005 and collected considerable data. the appellants claim that when they sought information about the procedure for computation of cut off marks for jee 2006 the organising chairman, jee .....

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Nov 08 2011 (SC)

Anand Vs. Committee for Scrunity and Claims and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-08-2011

Reported in : 2012(1)SCC113; 2012(1)MLJ830; AIR2011SCW6559; AIR2012SC314; 2012(3)SCJ496

..... maharashtra scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, de- notified tribes, (vimukta jatis), nomadic tribes, other backward classes and special backward category (regulation of issuance and verification of) caste certificate act, 2000 (for short the act'). the act made statutory provisions for verification and scrutiny of caste claims by the competent authority and subsequently by the caste scrutiny committee. in exercise of its rule making power ..... he claims to belong. in other words, an enquiry into the kinship and affinity of the applicant to a particular scheduled tribe is not alien to the scheme of the act and the rules. in fact, it is relevant and germane to the determination of social status of an applicant. we are of the view that for the purpose of ..... to decide the caste claim of the appellant within eight weeks of the date of receipt of the copy of the order. respondent no.2 was also directed not to act upon the termination notice. 3. in furtherance of the said order, the appellant made an application to the caste scrutiny committee under rule 11 of the maharashtra scheduled tribes ( ..... under the act, the state notified the rules laying down a complete procedure for obtaining and verification of scheduled tribes certificate. therefore, insofar as the state of maharashtra is concerned, the verification .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

M/S Kesar Enterprises Ltd. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... any law validly made. they do not supplant the law but supplement it. (also see income tax officer & ors. v. m/s madnani engineering works ltd., calcutta).18. in swadeshi cotton mills v. union of india4 r.s. sarkaria, j., speaking for the majority in a three-judge bench, lucidly explained the meaning and ..... natural justice, evolved under the common law, is to check arbitrary exercise of power by the state or its functionaries. therefore, the principle implies a duty to act fairly i.e. fair play in action. as observed by this court in a.k. kraipak & ors. v. union of india & ors.2 the aim ..... the excise manual.the said rule provides for imposition of penalty, which may be equivalent to the excise duty, leviable under the charging section 28 of the act on potable liquor. bearing in mind the scope of rule 633, we may now advert to the moot question, viz. whether the principles of natural ..... the penalty due under the bond.15. it is manifest that the said rule, made in exercise of the rule-making power of the state under the act, would apply only in relation to manufacture, import, export and transport of potable liquor, i.e. the liquor which is capable of being consumed by human ..... court has come to the conclusion that although the state government had no authority to levy excise duty under section 28 of the u.p. excise act, 1910 (for short the act ) on rectified spirit (industrial alcohol) in question but it could impose penalty on the appellant under rule 633(7) of the uttar pradesh excise .....

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