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Jan 03 2008 (HC)

Sri Bijaya Kumar Nayak and Four ors. Vs. State of Orissa and Two ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2008(I)OLR312

..... higher scale of pay as per the decision of the apex court. learned counsel for the state draws our attention to the relevant portion of the counter affidavit wherein a comparative chart was given indicating the earlier scale of pay enjoyed by the officers of o.s.j.s. (sr. branch) cadre and the salary which they were getting after the same ..... that any order passed, appointment made, action taken or things done under the above rules so repealed shall be deemed to have been passed, made, taken or done under the corresponding provisions of these rules.(2) provision of other rules framed under article 309 of the constitution by the government from time to time, if not inconsistent with these rules, shall .....

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Apr 22 1994 (HC)

Bibhuti Bhusan Mohapatra and ors. Vs. the State of Orissa, Represented ...

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 78(1994)CLT665; 1994(II)OLR79

..... under circumstances later on explained in the judgment, and thereafter from 1-3-1989 which has also since been equalised. since they have been always holding corresponding posts, higher scale of pay being given to the private secretaries in the secretariat rendered the provision in the schedule relating to the private secretaries of ..... acknowledged in the memorandum of 3-6-1991 in these words :'the functions and duties attached to the posts of private secretaries of the court are comparable in functions with that of the private secretaries of the secretariat who are in the scale of pay rs. 2200-3500/- with gazetted class-ii ..... date merely picked up at random is a stranger to the concept of equal protection of law. the principle was pointed out by the supreme court in air 1983 sc 130 (d.o. sakara and ors. v. union of india) in paragraph 63.10. the decision in ojc no. 4162 of 1989 and ..... the same counter affidavit in paragraph 6 it has been stated that the pay scale of the private secretaries in the secretariat was revised in the year 1983, to rs. 730-1050/- as per the orissa revised scales of pay rules, 1981 and again it was revised to rs. 1600-2500/- from ..... acting chief justice recommended to the government for equalisation of the scale of pay of the private secretaries of the judges of the court with that of the private secretaries of the state secretariat. in the letter the facts stressed were that the staff of the court have always bean treated at par with that of the corresponding .....

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Mar 20 2012 (HC)

Orissa High Court Retired Judges Association and a Vs. Union of India, ...

Court : Orissa

..... to be provided by the state government 9. it would be worthwhile to extract the relevant facilities which are being provided by some other high courts as per the comparative tabular chart annexed by the petitioner-association under annexure-2 series to the writ petition. facilities extended to the retired judges in different high courts name of high court. medical ..... have sought for clarifications/detailed information on certain points, more particularly on andhra pradesh pattern of extending such facilities and allowances. therefore, the o.p. no.2 is in correspondence with the registry of hon ble high court of andhra pradesh. it is further submitted that the government of orissa is very much concerned with the facilities to be provided ..... retirement, all the high court judges and chief justices are governed under the provisions of the high court judges (salaries and conditions of service) act, 1954. the central government, under section 23-d(1) of the said act, has extended the medical facilities under the central government health scheme (cghs) to the retired judges of the high courts, wherever these facilities ..... a dignified & happy retired life of their remaining period for having rendered service to the public litigant and facilitated the state government for good governance. however, from the chart pre-page, it is seen that various state governments are providing medical facilities and other allowances in different manner to the retired high court judges of their state. vide .....

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Mar 12 1968 (HC)

Hindusthan Steel Ltd. Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1968Ori129; 34(1968)CLT437; [1968(17)FLR402]; (1968)IILLJ526Ori

..... total mileage performed by different vehicles, there has been a corresponding augmentation in the production of ingot steel during the same period. therefore, though it is not easy to relate the increased mileage performed by the ..... who are stated to crease the output are not responsibletherefore, this argument has no force. 12. it is next urged that similar schemes prevalent in other comparable concerns have not been extended to the vehicle-drivers. this, however, is not entirely true. the tribunal has found that truck-drivers have. been given ..... the case, both oral and documentary. after conclusion of the hearing, the tribunal gave its award dated 31-3-65 and in pursuance of section 17 of the industrial disputes act, 1947, the said award was published in the orissa gazette part vii. dated 30-4-65. 5. before the tribunal, various contentions, ..... , yet there is no doubt that all classes of drivers put in more1 work in consequence of increase in the production. that apart, a mileage chart of vehicles (ext 8) has been proved in the case for the year 1964, from which it is clear that with the increase in the ..... follows: ''the jurisdiction of high court to issue a writ of certiorari is a supervisory jurisdiction and the court exercising it, is not entitled to act as an appellate court. this limitation necessarily means that findings of fact reached by the inferior court or tribunal as a result of appreciation of evidence .....

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Aug 26 2003 (HC)

Sri Gayadhar Panda Vs. the Registrar (Admn.) High Court of Orissa and ...

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 96(2003)CLT800; 2003(II)OLR473

..... the mode and manner of consideration for promotion to o.j.s. class-l (junior), the rules admissible generally to other state service officers may be applied. corresponding provision in this contest of a comparable state service, therefore, shall be the orissa administrative service class-i (jr. branch) (recruitment and appointment by promotion) rules, 1977 (hereinafter called as 'o.a.s. class ..... has been spelt out in the counter affidavit as to whether, while considering the judgments of opp. party no. 2 and assessing and appreciating the merits of the officer, the comparative merit in rendering quality judgments by other judicial officers were duly considered either by the then hon'ble the chief justice or by the standing committee, while deciding to promote ..... to promote opp. party no. 2 in supersession of other officers of his batch. when the selection is to be made on the basis of merit performance, he related and comparative merit of all others are also to be taken into account to adjudge their respective merits. it also is not clear as to whether the standing committee itself considered the .....

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Apr 17 1973 (HC)

Polaki Sri Rangam and Sons Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Reported in : [1973]32STC549(Orissa)

..... fresh evidence, whether oral or documentary, such powers must be exercised subject to certain limitations and restrictions as laid down in the provisos (a), (b) and (c) to section (obviously, rule) 61. the corresponding provision in the civil procedure code is order 41, rule 27, relating to production of additional evidence in appellate court. the privy council and the courts in india have repeatedly ..... tribunal. the tribunal disposed of the appeal by order dated 16th may, 1970 and affirmed the assessment as modified by the first appellate authority. an application made under section 24(1) of the act was rejected on the footing that no question of law arose out of the appellate order.3. whether in a given case low profits disclosed by the assessee ..... not attracted. admittedly, the affidavits which were filed on the. date of hearing were placed before the tribunal by way of additional evidence.section 23(3)(c) of the act provides:while disposing of an appeal under this sub-section the tribunal or additional tribunal, as the case may be, shall have the same powers subject to the same conditions as are enumerated ..... can be used as a ground for rejecting the books of account would depend on the facts of the case. if upon comparative material, the assessing officer comes to hold .....

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Apr 18 1961 (HC)

Misralal JaIn and anr. Vs. State of Orissa and anr.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1962Ori24; 28(1962)CLT66

..... as follows:'5(1) the central government may, by notification in the official gazette make rules for the conservation and development of minerals'. the corresponding section 18(1) of the new central act says:'18(1) it shall be the duty of the central government to take all such steps as may be necessary for the conservation and development of minerals in india ..... is to render service to the notified area. these features of the act impress upon the levy the character of 'fee' as distinct from a 'tax''.then their lordships considered whether the impugned act dealt with the same subject as was provided in section 6 of the old act. after comparing the relevant provisions they held:'judged by this test there can be no doubt ..... old (central) act and the impugned (state) act covered by the same field, they ..... that the field covered by the impugned act is covered by central act liii of 1948'.having thus come to the conclusion that the .....

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Jun 28 2000 (HC)

Bidyadhar Chadei Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2000CriLJ3977

..... not on the mere asking for it by the complainant or his witnesses or the investigating agency and that provision in section 319 is an improved version of the corresponding provision in section 351 of the code of criminal procedure, 1898 (i.e. the old code).5. as against the impugned order ..... being the accused.4. two things remained undisputed at the stage of hearing argument that the power vested in a court under sub-section (1) of section 319 of the code is an extraordinary power and it should be used by the court sparingly only in the interest of justice and ..... 1995) the word 'accused' has been assigned the following quoted meaning :-accused, is one who is charged with a crime.... the term 'accused,' in criminal procedure code, section 526, means a 'person over whom a magistrate or other 'criminal' court is exercising jurisdiction.' in that connection, so far as the chapter xii of the ..... in the trial calling upon him to answer the charges. that is the exceptional circumstance where petitioner allegedly committed such an immoral or highly objectionable act of ravishing a handicapped girl in a cruel manner and, therefore, this court is satisfied that there exists sufficient reasons to proceed against the ..... of the entries in the diary (the case diary). in sub-section (2) also the word 'accused' has been used for such person who is arrested and forwarded in custody to the court of the magistrate. thus, on a comparative reading of dictionary meaning of the word 'accused' and the manner .....

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Nov 14 1995 (HC)

Bidyadhar Bhuyan Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 1995(II)OLR655

..... 143 (in re :m/s. om prakash pariwal) and air 1986 sc 1571 (central inland water transport corporation ltd. v. tarun kanti sengupta).23. a comparative chart has been given to indicate the retirement benefits to a teacher in a government school and a teacher in aided high schools as follows :--------------------------------------------------------------------------------pension gratuity leave superannuation-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ..... inspector of schools for forwarding the same to the appropriate quarter.7. it is further contended that notwithstanding the aforesaid undertaking and without any further response or correspondence. government of orissa in the school and mass education department issued the afforesaid resolution bearing no. 38522/sme dated 16-12-1994 resolving that the government ..... is brought to the notice of the court that the petitioner's school is an aided educational institution within the meaning and definition of section 3 (b) of the orissa education act, 1969. section 3 (b) envisages inter alia: 'aided educational institution' means a private educational institution which is recognised by and is receiving aid from ..... retirement pre and post a certain date? the supreme court has considered these questions in the case of d.s. nakara v. union of india, air 1983 sc 130. the supreme court in the said case has observed that the antiquated notion of pension being a bounty, a gratuitous payment depending upon the sweet .....

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Aug 23 2001 (HC)

Land Acquisition Collector, Cuttack Vs. Jayashree Das,

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 92(2001)CLT512

..... evidence worthwhile left to be considered before the referal court in support of the claimants' case.ext. 2 in l.a. misc. case no. 2/94 (corresponding to f.a. nos. 182/95) is revenue & excise department letter no. 38889, dated 30th. august, 1991, whereunder land of ac. 116.800 ..... a. on a premium fixed at rs. 3 lakhs per acre. there is no evidence as to the situation and potentiality of this land compared to the land acquired by the state government for flood embankment. on a careful consideration, we also find that the referal court has not considered ..... 2,25,000/- per acre only on the basis of a sale deed which was registered just before the notification published under section 4 of the land acquisition act. it has been further alleged that the said sale deed was designedly and mischievously created showing inflated figures in order to claim ..... certain undisputed facts be noted hereunder : it is found that the state government had acquired different parcels of land from the erstwhile owners. the following chart will reveal the compensation awarded by the land acquisition collector and valuation ultimately determined by the learned civil judge (senior division) :--number of f. ..... acquisition was for construction of flood protective embankment-city protective embankment. tbe claimant-owners had relied very much on the deed of conveyance dated 16-5-1983 (ext. 1). the sale deed related to a neighbouring village, but not relating to the acquired village bidyadharpur, in this situation, it has, .....

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