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May 04 2004 (HC)

Vipul Gupta (Dr.) Vs. State of U.P. Through Secretary, Medical Educati ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-04-2004

Reported in : (2004)3UPLBEC3070

..... . if the son of an englishman is born upon a journey, his domicile will follow that of his father.'(7) it was argued that under the constitution there can be only a single citizenship for the whole of india, and that it would run counter to that notion to hold that the state could make laws based on domicile within their territory. but ..... within their own territorial jurisdiction subject to constitutional limitations. there is nothing in our constitution like domicile of state, the citizenship and domicile both are different things/article 5 of the constitution deals with citizenship and comicile. for convenience article 5 of the constitution of india is reproduced as under :-'article 5. citizenship at the commencement of the constitution.-at commencement of this constitution every person who has his domicile ..... in the territory of india and(a) who was born in the territory of india; or(b) either of whose parents was .....

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Mar 17 2004 (HC)

Subhash Chandra and ors. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-17-2004

Reported in : (2004)2UPLBEC1150

..... 9146 of 1978--v.k. jain v. chief justice and ors., considered the question of eligibility, at the time of submitting application for seeking appointment under article 233(2), constitution of india.respondent seek to place reliance on the following observation in the said judgment of satya narain singh (supra) which read :'in our opinion, the rules contemplate that pleaders and ..... a decision on the question arising in the present case, i.e. whether a candidate should continue to be advocate throughout 'selection process', under article 233(2) of the constitution of india. the aforesaid case is distinguishable of facts. supreme court, in para 12 of the above judgment observed :'12. learned counsel for the appellant has also drawn our attention to ..... , submits and expression 'recruitment' and 'appointment' are synonymous and the two, in given context, may of same connotation, he argued that the word 'appointed' appearing in article 233, constitution of india includes both 'appointment' and process of 'recruitment'. it is also argued that expression 'has been for not less man seven years an advocate' is to be interpreted and read as ..... as a judge of a high court, and has submitted that where the constitution makers thought it necessary they specifically provided for counting the period in a high court which was formally in india. articles 124 and 217 are differently worded and refer to an additional qualification of citizenship which is not a requirement of article 233, and we do not think .....

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