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Feb 18 2014 (HC)

Babasaheb Kedar Shetkari Through Its Chairman and Another Vs. Madhukar ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... the industrial disputes act or any corresponding legislation in force in the state, can be utilized or entrusted with the function of deciding any such dispute. 24. a comparative study of the industrial disputes act, bombay industrial relations act on one hand and the payment of bonus act on the other hand reveals that (i) section 2(k) of the industrial disputes act defines an industrial ..... fiction created under the said provision. 28. the industrial court exercising its jurisdiction either under the industrial disputes act or any corresponding law relating to investigation and settlement of industrial dispute, gets jurisdiction by virtue of section 22 of the payment of bonus act to decide any dispute with respect to the bonus payable to the persons, who are covered by the ..... may be, such law, shall, save as otherwise expressly provided, apply accordingly. 26. the object of introducing section 22 of the payment of bonus act is to confer a jurisdiction upon the machinery available under the industrial disputes act or any corresponding legislation relating to investigation and settlement of disputes in force in a state, and to make the other provisions ..... wages earned by the employee during any accounting year over and above the amount of minimum bonus payable under section 10 of the said act, but subject to the maximum limit of 20%. in such a situation, it becomes a corresponding statutory right of every employee to get the bonus in proportion to his salary or wages earned by him .....

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Aug 25 2011 (HC)

Hindustan Unilever Ltd. Vs. Hindustan Lever Kamgar Sangh and anr.

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... there would be a minimum difference of rs.-5994/- to -4498/- rupees between the wages drawn by the workmen of the said two companies. the said comparative charts are reproduced herein under :- lowest grade (t-0 of hul and grade i a of nestle) nestle hill differenc % salary of difference e rupees differenc ..... for the next four years where after the position can be reviewed as to whether any increase is called for. in so far as the comparative charts on which the union relies upon are concerned, it is contended 2807wp2157.11.odt 9/35 by the hul that the comparison must be done ..... was obtaining on 01/06/2004 has been drastically wiped out to the extent of 43.70%. iii) the union sought to compare the corresponding wages of workmen in the comparable lowest grade and highest grade in the hul with mahindra and mahindra in nagpur, tata motors limited in pune, hindustan petroleum corporation ..... region in the state having similar economic conditions." in so far as the indian hume pipe company's case is concerned, an engineering company was compared with a pharmaceutical company, the relevant excerpt from paragraph no. 38 is reproduced herein under - "the only grievance that the respondent's counsel can ..... the conclusion reached by the appellate tribunal that there is no bar for entertaining an application for interim relief in a reference under section 73a of the bombay industrial relations act cannot be faulted with. ii) now comes the question of the demand of rs.3,500/- per month made by the union .....

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Aug 16 2012 (HC)

Hitendrasingh S/O Bhupendrasingh and Others Vs. Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... to take up the matter at an earliest occasion and render his decision. accordingly, in exercise of the powers conferred upon the chancellor under section 11(1) of the maharashtra agricultural universities act 1983 (hereinafter referred as the act), the chancellor vide letter dated 28.05.2007 appointed justice shri h.w.dhabe, retired high court judge to conduct detailed enquiry in the ..... the material which was allegedly adverse to them and which was utilized by the inquiry committee to record the findings against them. we do not see any letter or correspondence seeking any inspection of record addressed by the petitioners herein. they have not made any averment in the writ petition that the inquiry committee was made aware of their ..... after the last date of application i.e. 15.09.2004 by resorting to illegal marking system. 5) the selection committee gave higher weightage to the performance in interview as compared to academic performance. 6) the procedure followed by the selection committee for awarding marks to the candidates for academic performance and performance in interview was illegal and invalid. 7) ..... by the respondent no.1 university as project affected persons, since the government acquired their respective lands. annexures h, i and j to the petition are copies of the charts indicating the details of the petitioners, who were in government and semi government services, those who had left their earlier services and who were appointed on compassionate basis and project .....

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Aug 16 2012 (HC)

Hitendrasingh S/O Bhupendrasingh and Others Vs. Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... to take up the matter at an earliest occasion and render his decision. accordingly, in exercise of the powers conferred upon the chancellor under section 11(1) of the maharashtra agricultural universities act 1983 (hereinafter referred as ??the act ? ), the chancellor vide letter dated 28.05.2007 appointed justice shri h.w.dhabe, retired high court judge to conduct detailed enquiry in ..... the material which was allegedly adverse to them and which was utilized by the inquiry committee to record the findings against them. we do not see any letter or correspondence seeking any inspection of record addressed by the petitioners herein. they have not made any averment in the writ petition that the inquiry committee was made aware of their ..... the last date of application i.e. 15.09.2004 by resorting to illegal marking system. 5) the selection committee gave higher weightage to the performance in interview as compared to academic performance. 6) the procedure followed by the selection committee for awarding marks to the candidates for academic performance and performance in interview was illegal and invalid. 7) ..... the respondent no.1 university as ??project affected persons ? , since the government acquired their respective lands. annexures h, i and j to the petition are copies of the charts indicating the details of the petitioners, who were in government and semi government services, those who had left their earlier services and who were appointed on compassionate basis and project .....

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May 05 2016 (HC)

The State of Maharashtra, through Police Station Officer and Others Vs ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... towers are actually base trans-receiver stations also known as bts. a mobile continuously selects a cell and exchanges data and signalling traffic with the corresponding btc. it could thus be seen that the apex court has held that through a cell id the location of the active mobile instrument can ..... the safety and security of the citizens and the unity, sovereignty and integrity of the country, the punishment prescribed for those committing any act contrary of section 364a ipc cannot be dubbed as so outrageously disproportionate to the nature of the offence as to call for the same being declared as ..... be relevant to refer to the information regarding file verification downloaded from wikipedia: "hash-based verification ensures that a file has not been corrupted by comparing the file's hash value to a previously calculated value. if these values match, the file is presumed to be unmodified due to the nature ..... of death sentence to the crime in question or not. 112. in the case of macchi singh and others vs. state of punjab reported in 1983 (3) scc 470, their lordships of the apex court observed thus: the court is required to consider whether the collective conscience is so shocked ..... 169; bachan singh v. state of punjab, (1980) 2 scc 684 : 1980 scc (cri) 580 and macchi singh v. state of punjab, (1983) 3 scc 470: 1983 scc (cri) 681, as followed by this court up to the present. the aforesaid decisions indicate that the most significant aspect of sentencing policy in indian .....

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Jan 31 2013 (HC)

The State of Maharashtra and Another Vs. Prakash Vinayakrao Shingnapur ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... to midline of size 1.5 cm. x 1 cm. dark red. ? he further deposed that he also prepared diagram showing the respective injuries. he further deposed that the corresponding internal injuries related to external injuries were mentioned in column nos. 20 and 21. he opined that cause of death was ??haemorrhage and shock due to homicidal stab wounds to ..... trial court deserves to be quashed and set aside. in the alternative, the learned counsel submitted that the death sentence imposed on the accused for the offence punishable under section 302 of indian penal code for causing murder of pranita and shreya deserves to be set aside in as much as mitigating circumstances clearly outweigh the aggravating circumstances against ..... judge was perfectly justified in convicting the accused for both the offences for which the accused has been convicted and imposing death sentence on him for the offence punishable under section 302 of indian penal code. in support of his submissions, the learned additional public prosecutor relied upon the following decisions: ??i. air 2011 sc 3690 (ajitsingh h. gujral . ..... . 36), inquest panchnama (exhs. 9 and 10) and chemical analysers report (exh. 166). ? 5] the learned trial court awarded death sentence to the accused for the offence punishable under section 302 of indian penal code on the ground that the aggravating circumstances clearly outweighed the mitigating circumstances. 6] mr. s.s. doifode, learned additional public prosecutor submitted that the prosecution .....

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