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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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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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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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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Jalpat Rai and ors. Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... dead while pawan and pw-4 were brought injured. on receipt of the two rukkas, haricharan (pw-20) who was sub-inspector left the police station for general hospital, jind along with two constables. at the main gate of the general hospital, pw-20 met pw-1 who gave ..... it is prudent to look for corroboration of their evidence by medical/ballistic evidence and seek adequate assurance from the collateral and surrounding circumstances before acting on their testimony. the lack of corroboration from medical and ballistic evidence and the circumstances brought out on record may ultimately persuade that in ..... his murder and thereby you accused sham sunder, purshotam, jalpat rai and satish kumar committed an offence punishable under section 27 of the indian arms act and within the cognizance of this court. 21. the prosecution in support of its case examined 23 witnesses in all . three of these witnesses ..... such unlawful assembly, you all the accused caused injuries to rohtas with such intention or knowledge and under such circumstances that if by that act, you had caused the death of said rohtas, you would have been guilty of murder and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 307 ..... are the appellants in the two appeals before us filed under section 2 of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970 (for short, `1970 act'). a-2 filed special leave petition against his conviction which came to be dismissed by this court summarily.5. the prosecution case .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs. M/S. Doaba Steel Rolling Mills

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... parameters of the rolling mill.11. dissatisfied with the said order, the commissioner made an application to the high court under section 35h of the act, seeking a direction to the tribunal to refer the question of law, which according to him, arose from the order of the tribunal. vide ..... manufacture of hot re-rolled steel products of non-alloy steel in a hot steel rolling mill, classifiable under chapter 72 of the central excise tariff act, 1944, for the purpose of levy of excise duty etc. on 5th january, 1998 the commissioner, central excise, chandigarh determined the annual capacity ..... modification in any of the factors relevant to the production of the factory.6. in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3a(2) of the act, by notification no. 23/97-ce (nt) dated 25th july, 1997, the central government framed and notified hot re-rolling steel mills annual capacity ..... introduce this provision was attributed to large scale evasion of payment of excise duty by certain sectors. thus, the insertion of the section in the act was with a view to safeguard the interest of revenue in the sectors, like induction furnaces, steel re-rolling mills etc., where evasion of ..... allahabad. by the impugned judgements, in the main reference applications, filed by the commissioner of central excise, under section 35h of the central excise act, 1944 (for short the act ), the questions referred by the customs, excise and gold (control) appellate tribunal, as it then existed, (for short the tribunal ) have .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

T.N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... the nature of the land, the learned counsel invited our attention to the approved mining plan which was submitted by lmmpl to the regional controller of mines, ibm, calcutta for limestone extraction which plan was duly approved in february, 1998. in this approved mining plan, the project area was described as having karst topography with the presence of ..... forest-maps containing the details of the location and boundary of each plot of land that may be defined as forest for the purpose of the forest (conservation) act, 1980.(xiii) incorporating appropriate safeguards in the environment clearance process to eliminate chance of the grant of environment clearance to projects involving diversion of forest land by considering ..... country and encouraging efficient utilization of forest produce and maximizing substitution of wood. thus, we are of the view that under section 3(3) of the environment (protection) act, 1986, the central government should appoint a national regulator for appraising projects, enforcing environmental conditions for approvals and to impose penalties on polluters. there is one more reason ..... competent authorities. vide annexure j to the application for environmental clearance, we find approval being granted under section 5(1) of the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, 1957. along with the application for environmental clearance m/s. lmmpl also forwarded to moef rapid eia of limestone mine prepared by environmental resources management india pvt. ltd. .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Vs. M/S Doaba Steel Rolling Mills

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... only required to interpret it and examine the width of its application. (2008)8scc739 18. as noted above, section 3a was inserted in the act to enable the central government to levy excise duty on manufacture or production of certain notified goods on the basis of annual capacity of production to ..... manufacture of hot re-rolled steel products of non-alloy steel in a hot steel rolling mill, classifiable under chapter 72 of the central excise tariff act, 1944, for the purpose of levy of excise duty etc. on 5th january, 1998 the commissioner, central excise, chandigarh determined the annual capacity ..... in any of the factors relevant to the production of the factory. 6. in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3a(2) of the act, by notification no. 23/97-ce (nt) dated 25th july, 1997, the central government framed and notified hot re-rolling steel mills annual capacity ..... introduce this provision was attributed to large scale evasion of payment of excise duty by certain sectors. thus, the insertion of the section in the act was with a view to safeguard the interest of revenue in the sectors, like induction furnaces, steel re-rolling mills etc., where evasion of ..... allahabad. by the impugned judgements, in the main reference applications, filed by the commissioner of central excise, under section 35h of the central excise act, 1944 (for short the act ), the questions referred by the customs, excise and gold (control) appellate tribunal, as it then existed, (for short the tribunal ) have .....

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Jul 06 2011 (HC)

Ms Apex Industries and anr. Vs. the West Bengal State Electricity Dist ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... /orders, direction/directions in the nature of mandamus commanding the respondents nos. 1 to 3 and/or their officials and/or subordinate to forthwith to rescind/ cancel/ stop/ withdraw any act/ activities/ action taken/proposed to be taken, with regard to electric bill raised against the petitioners connection electric meter, being st321636, against consumer no 1131243. 2. mr mukherjee appearing for ..... sole discretion the facility of payment of arrear bills to any consumer by suitable instalments with delayed payment surcharge subject to sub-s.(2) of s.56 of the electricity act, 2003. this means that a consumer not in a position to pay the outstanding energy charge claimed by a licensee raising a bill can request the licensee to grant him .....

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Jul 06 2011 (SC)

Jalpat Rai and ors. Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... dead while pawan and pw-4 were brought injured. on receipt of the two rukkas, haricharan (pw-20) who was sub-inspector left the police station for general hospital, jind along with two constables. at the main gate of the general hospital, pw-20 met pw-1 who gave ..... it is prudent to look for corroboration of their evidence by medical/ballistic evidence and seek adequate assurance from the collateral and surrounding circumstances before acting on their testimony. the lack of corroboration from medical and ballistic evidence and the circumstances brought out on record may ultimately persuade that in ..... his murder and thereby you accused sham sunder, purshotam, jalpat rai and satish kumar committed an offence punishable under section 27 of the indian arms act and within the cognizance of this court. 21. the prosecution in support of its case examined 23 witnesses in all . three of these witnesses ..... such unlawful assembly, you all the accused caused injuries to rohtas with such intention or knowledge and under such circumstances that if by that act, you had caused the death of said rohtas, you would have been guilty of murder and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 307 ..... 6 are the appellants in the two appeals before us filed under section 2 of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970 (for short, `1970 act'). a-2 filed special leave petition against his conviction which came to be dismissed by this court summarily. 5. the prosecution case .....

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Jul 06 2011 (HC)

M/S. Venus Marketing Puthiyara, Calicut Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-06-2011

..... of form no. 25a even in cases where the dealer was denied the benefit claimed under s.6(5) and assessed under s.6(1) of the act for the whole year. we are further of the view that benefits like input tax credit should be made available to dealers conforming to statutory provisions in ..... and (8) of r.12 as stated above is mandatory to get input tax credit on the opening stock held. under the above stated procedure of the act and rules, for a dealer who changes over from scheme of payment of presumptive tax under s.6(5) to payment of tax under s.6(5), eligibility ..... rs.44 lakhs originally declared. in the assessment so completed, the assessing officer disallowed petitioners claim for input tax credit under s.11(1) of the act. assessee failed in the two level appeals to get input tax credit and consequently this revision is filed before us against the order of the tribunal. 3. ..... tax under s.6(5) are not entitled to claim input tax credit on the purchases by virtue of prohibition contained under s.11(4) of the act. the assessee claimed that their turnover during the year 2005-2006 will be less than rs.50 lakhs and based on the said premises they started paying ..... in confirming disallowance of input tax credit claimed by the assessee for the year 2005-2006 under s.11(1) of the kerala value added tax act (hereinafter called the act). we have heard counsel for the petitioner and government pleader appearing for the state. 2. vat regime was introduced in the state from 2005-2006 onwards .....

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