Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-05-2014
..... be possessing the necessary documents to show that he is a citizen not only within the meaning of the provisions of the constitution of india but also within the provisions of the citizenship act.46. in the decision reported as 2003 acj1274national insurance co. vs brij pal singh, a db of the allahabad high ..... and huda lay-out rules, 1982.12. it is now well settled that having regard to the provisions of article 48-a of the constitution of india, the state shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wild life of the country. after article 48-a ..... the said question must be rendered in the negative. right to clean environment is a part of the fundamental right under article 21 of the constitution of india. the land earmarked for park cannot be converted or changed into land for other purposes. if the corporation had no jurisdiction to grant permission ..... authority the court held as under: 9. it is a matter of great regret that the fond object for which the g.d.a. was constituted remained unaccomplished. the raj nagar scheme is meant for the reasonable accomplishment of the statutory object, which is to promote the orderly development of the ..... was introduced by the constitution (42nd amendment) act, 1976, there has been sudden spurt of litigation by well meaning social activists to protect quality of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Sep-10-2014
..... was getting medical treatment at max hospital nor was there any denial that the petitioner was willing to settle in india. the trial court was of the view that since the petitioner had been frequently visiting india for treatment, it was sufficient to constitute her bona fide requirement. the trial court held that if the eviction-petitioner wants to avail the residence facility ..... during visits to india for her treatment, it was a bona fide requirement. a similar situation was dealt with in sheela sapra vs. new india electrical industrial co. p. ltd. 1992 (23) drj65which held that foreign citizenship does not disentitle a ..... landlord to reside in his own premises on his stay in india. the trial court considered the production of passport to count the visits of the landlady to ..... india to be irrelevant. the trial court further held that even if the landlady?s son was not running any .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Apr-03-2014
..... a distinct category for action is clear from the pwd act. this court notes that the pwd act was enacted under article 253 of the constitution of india pursuant to beijing declaration of 1993. recognizing this fact, the distinction which, as a matter of classification under article 14 is important in this ..... permissible in respect of remaining 75% of the seats. on the contrary, at the guise of invoking clause (4) of article 15 of the constitution of india, the school cannot carve out certain percentage of the seats out of 25% earmarked for the children falling under section 12(1)(c) and reserve ..... authority established schools are to provide free access to all students, regardless of their backgrounds (because of articles 14 and 15 (1) of the constitution of india); those receiving aid will have to provide free education to the extent aid is proportionate to the annual expenditure with a minimum of 25% to those ..... their own reality. in no way can a child from ews/dg be compared to a cwsn. it is therefore argued that article 14 of constitution of india, which enshrines the principle of equality among equals, does not permit this clubbing of cwsn with ews/dg. w.p.(c) 1225/2014 page ..... the state and submitted that as long as this class of children are permitted full and meaningful access to education, their quality of life and citizenship rights would be hollow. it was also argued that this group or section of children are most often neglected and overlooked because of their invisibility, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-18-2014
..... receipt of the documents in question and the contents thereof are admitted. this itself is a ground enough for this court to refuse to exercise jurisdiction under section 226 of constitution of india.11. insofar as the submission of learned counsel for the petitioner that the reason for termination of the petitioner was different from the reason given in the show cause ..... clear from the endorsements on his passport.16. during the course of arguments, learned counsel for the petitioner would submit that the petitioner had taken the citizenship of usa. according to him, taking the citizenship of usa would not preclude the petitioner from taking an employment in a nationalized bank. no rule/regulation has been placed before me in support of his ..... /s jma industries, manu/de/0819/2011 managing committee daisy dales senior secondary school & anr. vs. rajinder singh malik & ors., manu/sc/0118/2012 krushnakant b.parmar vs. union of india & anr., 1986 (53) flr523central inland water transport corporation ltd. vs. brojonath ganguly & tarunkanty sen gupta., manu/de/1665/2010 delhi transport corporation vs. krishan pal.8. on the other ..... case of the petitioner that he had sent the medical certificate about his involvement in the accident and requested for extention of leave. according to him, he returned back to india in january, 1984 and immediately thereafter he reported to the bank when he was shocked to learn that bank had illegally and arbitrarily terminated his services, which according to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Jan-17-2014
..... law or fact which a plaintiff must allege in order to show a right to sue or a defendant must allege in order to constitute his defence. else, order 15 provides that where the parties are not found at issue on any question of law or fact, the ..... person contracts to transfer for consideration any immoveable property by writing signed by him or on his behalf from which the terms necessary to constitute the transfer can be ascertained with reasonable certainty and the transferee has in part performance of the contract taken possession of the property ..... that both the respondents/plaintiffs were settled in united states of america (usa) and in the year 1987 acquired citizenship of usa and on making enquiries from the reserve bank of india were informed that they were violating the foreign exchange regulation act, 1973 and were bound to dispose of the property ..... respondents / plaintiffs of a sum of rs.3,00,000/- as earnest money within a week of the respondents / plaintiffs obtaining the necessary permission from the rbi; (d) the agreement of the respondents / plaintiffs to after receipt of other approvals / permissions, execute a deed of conveyance / assignment in favour of ..... 17. h january, 2014. % + rfa2072013, cm no.6908/2013 (for condonation of 285 days delay in filing the appeal) & cm no.6907/2013 (for stay). abbot india ltd. through: ..... appellant mr. sandeep sethi, sr. adv. with mr. darpan wadhwa, mr. nakul sachedev & ms. saloni chowdhry, advs. versus rajinder mohindra & anr. ..... .....Tag this Judgment!