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Sep 22 1997 (TRI)

Archana International Vs. Commissioner of Customs

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-22-1997

Reported in : (2004)(163)ELT209Tri(Mum.)bai

..... by the earlier orders of the commissioner approved by the department has to be applied, therefore has to be accepted. besides this margin of profit also corresponds with the margin that the chennai bench of the tribunal has to be appropriate after considering three orders of the commissioner. we are, therefore, of the ..... and rs. 10,138/- maximum. the value declared by the appellant and accepted by the commissioner works out to rs. 9,197/- per engine. this corresponds to the average value of the consignments which was subject matter of the earlier adjudication.5. once the department has accepted the earlier order as legal and ..... be redeemed on a fine of rs. 40,00,000/- and imposing a penalty on the importer of rs. 10,00,000/- under section 111(d) of the customs act. advocate for the appellant say that he does not question the liability to confiscation of the engines in question on the ground that they ..... has been any misdeclaration of value or quantity.on the contrary declared value has been accepted. as we have seen the value compares favourably with the value determined before the customs.taking this into account we reduce the penalty on the appellants to rs. 2.5 lakhs. ..... value either declared or enhanced according to the norms set out by the commissioner at levels ranging between 85% and 137%. the appellant has furnished a chart in which the percentage of the redemption fine has been worked out. they range between the two extremes indicated in the preceding sentence. the commissioner .....

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Apr 28 1997 (HC)

St. theresa's High School and Anr. Vs. the State of Maharashtra throug ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-28-1997

Reported in : 1997(4)BomCR499

..... three parts, namely, duties pertaining to financial matters - like preparation of budget, duties with regard to teaching staff-like furnishing information to the teaching staff and other duties like drafting correspondence. however, it may be mentioned that duties of clerical staff are purely clerical in nature and all the three subcategories under item 5 indicate that duties of clerical staff are ..... head of a school is required to carry out stand distinct and separate from the duties which the other categories are required to do. the reading of the above sections of the act with the rules, therefore, indicate that the duties and functions of the head of a school are distinct and separate from the duties of assistant head, supervisor, superintendent ..... respondent no. 2 as her performance as a teacher is not under objection. mr. menezes contended that, according to the principal, on the basis of comparative merit, respondent no. 3 was found to be more meritorious and in the circumstances tribunal erred in coming to the above conclusion. mr. menezes contended that if merit is the ..... apply a suitable criteria for the purpose of appointment to the post of supervisor. mr. menezes further contended that, in the present case, the management has applied the criteria of comparative merit. mr. menezes clarified that there is no adverse remark made against respondent no. 2. mr. menezes contended that there was no question of any adverse remark being made against .....

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Apr 25 1997 (HC)

Nachane Ashiwni Shivram and ors. Etc. Vs. State of Maharashtra and anr ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-25-1997

Reported in : 1997(4)ALLMR602; 1997(3)BomCR680; (1997)4BOMLR556; 1998(2)MhLj234

..... ground of hostile discrimination or as being otherwise in breach of article 14.'the above observations have been reiterated in dr. pradeep jain v. union of india, : (1984)iillj481sc corresponding to : (1984)iillj481sc . in para 17 of the judgment in dr. pradeep jain's case at pages 681 to 684 of scc (at pp. 1435 to 1437 of ..... has relied upon a notification dated 25th of nov. 1985 which was issued by the university grants commission by exercising power conferred under clause (f) of sub-section (1) of section 26 of the said act. regulations 1(1) reads, as follows :'i. short title, application and commencement :-- (1) these regulations may be called the universities grants commission (the ..... under :development board.populationtotal seatsseats per lakh populationseats requiredseats existing(+) surplus(--) deficitmarathwada128,0104001.86316238--78rest of maharashtra487.37622552.7612031347+ 144vidarbha173.9896102.08429363-- 66total768.37532652.4719481948+ 144we have compared the above table with the table that was placed before the earlier full bench to demonstrate the working of the old rule 4.1.2.1, and we are satisfied ..... the data in the matter of educational services dealing with the number of primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, degree colleges, is based on 1983-84 statistics.56. our attention was then invited to a chart showing the indicators used by the study group of planning board to determine backward districts of maharashtra. the statistics mentioned in the said .....

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