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Mar 03 2006 (HC)

State of West Bengal and ors. Vs. Sambhunath Chatterjee and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (2006)2CALLT482(HC)

..... in the circular or that his appointment was for fixed tenure of 3 or 6 months as a stopgap arrangement. the appellant has also pointed out with reference to a comparative chart filed in the proceedings that teachers similarly situated and having the same qualifications are getting the pay scale of rs. 1,640-2,900. these teachers are apart from the ..... this case the classification of employee in the regularly recruited employees and casual employees for the purpose of paying less than the minimum pay payable to the employees in the corresponding regular cadre particularly in the lowest rung of the department where the pay scale are the lowest is not tenable.'61. mr. baneerjee relied on another decision reported in dhirendra ..... possessing m.phil degree or above the scale of pay would be rs. 550 - 1,470/-.16. in the above manner the respondents/writ petitioners were allowed graded scale with corresponding revision. the said graded scale was revised from time to time and ultimately, it was made at par with the ugc prescribed scale.17. through government order dated 21st september ..... each of the writ petitioners.76. we, therefore, allow the appeals, set aside the of order impugned in the above numbered appeals. we also allow the applications under section 5 of the limitation act filed in connection with m.a.t. no. 1474 of 2002. the other application pending in connection with m.a.t. no. 1474 of 2002 is being disposed .....

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Mar 01 2000 (HC)

The Guardians Council and Sri Aurobindo Institute of Education and anr ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (2000)3CALLT45(HC)

..... in-opposition that no part of the receipts of the said school taken as tuition fees goes to any other fund. annexure 'd' to the affidavit-in-opposition is a comparative chart showing the tuition fees charged by some of the schools affiliated under the indian school certificate examination. there are two categories of such schools in the state of west bengal ..... governing body which was also supported by the writ petitioners. 75% of the d.a. was granted, the same was thereafter enhanced to 90% but tuition fees were not correspondingly increased by the school authorities. the governing body of the school appointed a committee to review mobilisation of funds to meet additional financial burden necessary for the purpose of payment ..... natural justice, it is submitted.6. the respondent institution is affiliated to indian school certificate examination council (1cse) and, therefore, comes within the periphery of the delhi school education act, 1973 and/or delhi education rules, 1973. it is submitted that the respondent institute is required to comply with and/ or all actions taken by the school authority and/or ..... the guardians council of sri auroblndo institute of education, a registered body of association of guardians of the students of the said institution registered under the west bengal societies registration act, 1961 and its general secretary are the petitioners 1 and 2 herein.3. the petitioners have questioned the circular dated 26.7.1999 whereby the institute in question has enhanced .....

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Jan 28 1958 (HC)

Krishna Das Nandy Vs. Bidhan Chandra Roy

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1959Cal181,63CWN29

..... which the liquidator can sell only with the sanction of the court, thus contemplating prior sanction, while, in the english act (companies (consolidation) act, 1908 which was considered in (1921) 2 ch 164), the corresponding section 151 (2), even when read with section 151 (3), does not seem to require at least prior sanction of court in case of the liquidator's sale ..... . he has placed the above facts before the court and giving them a dispassionate find anxious consideration, we have reached the conclusion that, subject to the test of comparative advantage and disadvantage, as laid down in the explanation and subject also to the proviso--the disputed proviso,--appearing thereafter, if the same be eventually found applicable, the plaintiff ..... , insistence on this property for that purpose would not affect the genuineness or the reasonableness of that requirement. this, of course, must be subject to the test of comparative advantages and disadvantages of the contending parlies, which we shall consider immediately hereafter. mr. gupta also pointed out that the plaintiffs story of disturbance of rest by the meetings ..... * * (m) that the premises are reasonably required by the landlord for demolition or reconstruction......' 55. sub-section (2) of section 24 left a discretion to the court to refuse ejectment on consideration of comparative hardship of the parties and 'all other relevant matters.'' 56. section 25 enabled the landlord, if he had given the tenant a year's notice to quit, to get .....

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Apr 22 1958 (HC)

Haji MumtajuddIn Vs. Debendra Nath Seal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1959Cal78

..... .11. in the above connection mr. bagchi pointed out that for the purpose of ascertaining the nature and character of smyth's survey the lower appellate court entered into a correspondence with the director of land records and accepted the opinion given by the latter. mr. bagchi submitted that this practically amounted to reception of additional evidence, which was merely the ..... and that of holding no. 87 of mr. smart's survey showing therein particularly the boundary of lands covered by holdings nos. 103, 104, 105 of mr. smyth's survey corresponding to mr. smart's survey holdings nos. 140, 87, 88 and 121. (5) to report whether the land covered by holding no. 87 of smart's survey is wrongly shown ..... other directions :'(1) to go to locale. (2) to measure the surrounding lands i.e., the lands covered by holdings nos. 103, 104 and 105 of mr. smyth's plan corresponding to holdings nos. 140, 87, 88 and 121 of mr. smart's plan. (3) to relay thereon mr. smyth's plan, mr. smart's plan, mr. billon's plan and ..... is incorrect is upon the party challenging it. this presumption as well as the presumption under section 103-b of the bengal tenancy act relating to the correctness of the entries in the record-of-rights is a rebuttable one and to say that a comparatively recent record-of-rights would under all circumstances prevail over the old record would be begging the .....

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Sep 23 2013 (HC)

……………plaintiff Vs. Reckitt Benckiser (India) Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

..... 741. see also the case of heinz india versus glaxo smithkline reported in 2009 (2) chn 479).this is a kind of comparative advertisement conceptualised in section 30 of the trade marks act, 1999. but the provision warns that such depiction shall not, inter alia, be unfair or detrimental to the repute . of ..... private ltd.reported in 2009 (40 ptc 65.(mad) aired the view that consumers had the right to know and to receive information and that corresponding rights had to be matched and balanced .the right to commercial speech ., in my opinion, gives a right to a trader to advertise his ..... being referred to was vim . this is because vim has about 2/3rd share of the market and admittedly other dishwash available are quite insignificant compared to vim . undisputedly, the law relating to innuendo in defamation, applies to cases of disparagement of goods. therefore, the above special circumstance is ..... hence a trader, without reference to the goods of any other trader can extol the qualities of his product. a trader is permitted to compare his goods with those of another trader. he can make this comparison by highlighting the qualities and efficaciousness of his goods without stating or commenting ..... reputation as provided in section 29 (8) of the trade mark act, 1999 read with section 30 of the act. of the more reason why dettol should not be compared with lifebuoy because it is a drug under the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940. the advertisement tends to misbrand dettol under section 17 by the false .....

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Mar 05 1969 (HC)

Narendra Sharma Vs. Income-tax Officer and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : [1970]75ITR781(Cal)

..... the corresponding provisions of the repealed act.14. in my view, this contention of dr. pal must be accepted. as is ..... clear from a comparative study of the two sections of the repealed act and the act with regard to the imposition of ..... not in pari materia with the corresponding provisions of section 271 of the act, the principles enunciated in the above decision of the supreme court have no application to the present case. he pointed out by a comparative analysis of section 28(1) of the repealed act and section 271 of the act that the provisions of section 271 of the act were much more onerous and burdensome than ..... it was pointed out, by a comparison of various provisions of the repealed act with the corresponding provisions of the new act, that the provisions for imposition of penalty under the act were more onerous and burdensome than those under the repealed act. hence, it was contended that the provisions of section 297(2)(g) should be struck down as infringing article 14 of the .....

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Dec 14 1990 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. East India Electric Supply and Traction ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : [1991]188ITR717(Cal)

..... scheme for simplification effected through the amendment essentially consisted in classifying machinery and plant under seven broad categories, comprising various items according to their estimated lives with seven corresponding rates of depreciation in replacement of the previous seventeen. at one stage of the deliberations, there was a suggestion to altogether do away with the system of granting ..... far from effecting any change in the law, the new section (iv) in the depreciation chart only served to stress the continuityof the law in this regard. the department laboured under a total misconception regarding the nature of the amendment.17. it would be evident from a comparative study of rule 5 prior to its amendment and after ..... . cit : [1974]97itr334(bom) . we, however, considered the rival contentions. at all material times, the assessee was an electric supply undertaking licensed under the indian electricity act, 1910. in terms of the rules framed thereunder, its electric plant was shown in its annual accounts under the heads, transmission plant, distribution plant and public lighting, without particularising ..... position of the assets prepared from several break-up schedules including statement ii of annexure v of the indian electricity rules, 1956, framed under the indian electricity act. the said statement ii of the electricity rules would clearly reveal that the various machineries are accounted for separately, right from the inception, disclosing additions separately and .....

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Jul 25 1991 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Jardine Henderson Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : [1994]210ITR981(Cal)

..... the shares were purchased in the managed company for the purposes of carrying on its managing agency business should be allowed under section 10(2)(iii) of the indian income-tax act, 1922 (corresponding to section 36(1)(iii) of the income-tax act, 1961), and no portion of the said interest can be deducted in the computation of dividend income.12. the said judgment ..... business and that the interest paid was in respect of such borrowal.16. the tribunal also relied, in coming to its conclusion, on the comparative statement of dividends and also commission received for several years. the said chart is as follows :'assessment yearyear ending on 31st marchdividendscommission rs.rs.1960-61196012,30,03547,64,7871961-62196113,80,77143,90,3321962-63196216,29 ..... shares was principally and primarily with a view to obtain the managing agency commission rather than the dividend income. the said fact is evident from the comparatively small amount of dividend which the assessee received compared to the large amount of managing agency commission which the assessee received during the various previous years. the bulk of the shares was held by the ..... ,09252,59,4511967-68196721,35,65650,88,3811968-69196820,02,12653,28,8131969-70196912,02,45957,10,2751970-71197012,79,03359,18,1161971-72197212,23,64864,06,982.'17. this chart is indicative of the fact that the investment in shares was principally and primarily with a view to obtain the managing agency commission rather than the dividend income. the dividend .....

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Mar 21 2011 (HC)

Ai Champdany Industries Limited. Vs. Blancatex A. G. and ors.

Court : Kolkata

..... down at the rampur texpro unit. g. with respect to annexure v to the reply of respondent nos. 1 to 3, being copy of the chart comparing the price paid by abilco (uk) ltd. to the then prevailing prices, the following information and documents: i. the basis on which the market ..... real estate business; vii. expenditure and possible avenues of income that may be generated from the shalimar and rampur texpro units. c. the letters/correspondence as well as contemplated business plan that was addressed/sent to and exchanged with the banks (who have mortgages over the property) seeking their permission ..... the dealings are looked into. thereby the citations relied upon by the respondents are not applicable to the present case. as per section 300 of the companies act, if any director is directly or indirectly interested in the contract or arrangement or dealings of the company, his presence shall not ..... ors. delhi high court db (1991) 70 company cases page no. 788, held that whenever any member or members filed petition under sections 397 & 398 of the act setting out the facts showing prejudice towards either the share holders or the company, they are entitled to inspect the documents relevant to the ..... its memorandum. hence they needed the consent of these two applicant companies for amending the objects clause, which needs a special majority (see section 17 of the companies act) to enable it to carry on that business. they were quite certain that they would not get such consent. therefore, on the .....

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Jun 04 1959 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Khetra Mohan Banerjee

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : AIR1960Cal190

..... and(3) determining the quantity of work done under the different items on the basis of the measurement books, exhibit 'c' series, and the correspondence which the plaintiff addressed to the authorities, the referee being given liberty to rectify 'arithmetical and other manifest mistakes.' and ordered payment of interest at ..... charges, provided such increase was proved; thirdly it was urged that the learned judge was wrong in directing the referee to take into consideration correspondence addressed by the plaintiff to the authorities in ascertaining the quantity of work done. objection was also taken to the judge's directions about interest ..... course of the plaintiff's evidence that government had not given the plaintiff credit for quantities of materials taken away by them. this is a comparatively simple matter and can be dealt with in the reference upon both sides adducing evidence as to what are called 'recoveries'. the value of ..... fc 77) the federal court had again to consider the meaning of the expressions 'judgment' and 'final order' as occurring in section 205(1) of the government of india act, 1935, but no additional light is thrown on the point.47. the principal test which has been applied in determining whether a ..... authorities pointing out that the quantum of certain other work was not entered in the measurement books. i have already referred to the chart which the plaintiff put in about this extra quantity of work. the parties are at liberty to point out and the referee is .....

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