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Nov 23 2006 (HC)

M. Anjaiah, S/O Mallaiah Vs. the Government of A.P., Rep. by Its Princ ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-23-2006

Reported in : 2007(1)ALD211; 2007(2)ALT697

..... fixation of the alternative land proposed for allotment to them. this letter discloses that the sarmas have a continuous and uninterrupted access to all the correspondence between the collector and the commissioner of land revenue. 11) on 3.7.99 the special officer and competent authority, urban land ceiling, hyderabad ..... the state and asserting that they are willing to forego the value of the structures on the land acquired. from the sequence of the correspondence above it is reasonable to infer that the sarmas were within the information loop regarding all the discussions and consultations that took place between ..... the division bench concluded that the concept of providing alternative land to a person interested, in lieu of his land acquired is not alien to the act and section 31 (3) and (4) do provide for such an alternative to compensation. relying on the observations of the supreme court in state of u. ..... extra amount. the letter of the sarmas dated 26.5.98 appears to have been referred to the district collector for a report on the comparative values. the district collector thereupon, after obtaining a report from the mro, shaikpet, addressed a letter dated 20.6.1998 to the special ..... the 1st respondent's counter-affidavit, it is pleaded as under:it is submitted that the government once again issued notification under section 4(1) of the act for acquiring land admeasuring 6184 sq.mtrs for the purpose of developing bapughat memorial situated at langer house, hyderabad wherein the name .....

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Apr 26 2006 (HC)

National Insurance Company Limited Vs. D. Sivasankar and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-26-2006

Reported in : IV(2006)ACC715; 2007ACJ291; 2006(4)ALD398; [2006(110)FLR781]; 2007(2)SLJ352(NULL)

..... assessing the compensation to be awarded in respect of injuries, which do not find place in schedule-i, regard needs to be had, to the corresponding or proximate injuries in the said schedule. simply because the employee sustained a non-schedule injury, the authority or court cannot feel the liability, to ..... the injuries in the schedule does not leave any scope for variation, notwithstanding the suitability or otherwise of the workman to discharge the functions. a comparative assessment becomes relevant only in respect of non-schedule injuries. the percentage of disability becomes a guiding factor, and, in case, the authority or ..... the employee was discharging at the relevant point of time. the definition of the words 'partial disablement and 'total disablement' under section 2(g)(1) of the w.c. act indicate that, it is the incapacity suffered by the employee to do 'all work which was capable of performing', and not ..... this proposition. the whole controversy would be, as to whether deviation from such a percentage is warranted, and an exercise contemplated under explanation-ii to section 4(1)c(ii) was undertaken, before such deviation. in the instant case, except that the commissioner had expressed his own personal view in ..... of disability from the percentage of l.e.c., strong reasons need to be assigned, and the consideration must disclose that explanation-ii to section 4(1)(c)(ii) was applied in its letter and spirit. reference in this context may be made to the judgment of this court .....

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Mar 02 2006 (HC)

G. Swarna Gouri and ors. Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh, G.A.D. and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-02-2006

Reported in : 2006(2)ALT664

..... of the selection commenced.56. the rights of the successful candidates in the process of selection for appointment to any post under the state and the corresponding obligations of the state were considered by a constitution bench of the supreme court in shankarsan dash v. union of india : (1992)iillj18sc .7 ..... the candidates who appeared in the preliminary examination though they are not parties to these matters.16. pursuant to the said direction, the service commission corresponded with the state of a.p. and the state of a.p. on a consideration of the matter, issued order in ..... the best talent is to be preferred, where students from more than one university passing the qualifying examination have to compete some method other than comparing their marks should be devised to determine their comparativetalent.' the supreme court was examining the correctness of the said conclusion of the kerala high court ..... be taken bona fide for appropriate reasons. and if the vacancies or any of them are filled up, the state is bound to respect the comparative merit of the candidates, as reflected at the recruitment test, and no discrimination can be permitted....57. subsequently, the supreme court on another occasion ..... the cadre rules are statutory in nature, having been framed by the central government in exercise of powers under subsection (1) of section 3 of the all india services act, 1951. the language of sub-rule (2) of rule 4, as it stood prior to its amendment is rather peremptory in .....

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Nov 14 2006 (HC)

Darus Salam Educational Trust Rep. by Its Trustee, Syed Shah Akbar Niz ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-14-2006

Reported in : 2007(4)ALD73

..... individual institutions for conducting common entrance test to be conducted by the association of all colleges of a particular type. the association would hold the test corresponding to the test conducted by the state agency like eamcet, icet, edcet etc., for such of the colleges, who opt for the test to ..... option is given to the un-aided professional institutions to hold a common entrance test by forming into association of colleges and such tests would correspond to the test conducted by the state agency like eamcet for such of those candidates who opt for the test to be conducted by the ..... on transparent basis. till regulations are framed, the admission committees can oversee admissions so as to ensure that merit is not the casualty. the corresponding relevant provisions of are similar to the rules issued in the state government constituted two ..... a minimal level to ensure merit and transparency to the maximum extent are permissible especially in the matter of admission to professional courses.58. a comparative study and analysis of the g.os issued prior to the judgments of the apex court in t.m.a.pai foundation and p.a. ..... of the supreme court in p.a.inamdar case. the state government in exercise of powers under section 3 and 15 of andhra pradesh educational institutions (regulation of admissions and prohibition of capitation fee) act, 1983 and in supercession of andhra pradesh unaided minority professional institutions (regulation of admissions into m.b.a .....

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Apr 06 2006 (HC)

S. Nagender Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-06-2006

Reported in : 2006(4)ALD210; 2006(4)ARBLR75(AP)

..... , which entitles him to any of the rights and that such rights has been infringed. in other words, existence of a legal right of a citizen and performance of any corresponding legal duty by the state or any public authority, could be enforced by issuance of a writ of mandamus. 'mandamus' means a command. it differs from the writs of prohibition ..... made in disregard of article 14 of the constitution as pointed out above. what is further, since the appointment of district government counsel is made strictly on the basis of comparative merit and after screening at different levels, the termination of their services is not consistent with the public interests. we are, therefore, of the view that the high court committed ..... janakiram reddy also had been produced and certain submissions were made in this regard. the learned counsel also had drawn the attention of this court to section 2(7), section 139(4) of the income tax act and had explained that in the facts and circumstances of the case, the respondents are not disqualified from being appointed as government pleaders. the learned counsel ..... could, in my view, be justified on the peculiar facts of that case the foremost amongst which was that the state cabinet had already taken a decision on 11-6-1983 to provide for reservations in law officers posts. the rationale and justification for such direction - extraordinary as it was, is discernible from the following words of jeevan reddy, j at .....

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