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Dec 12 2003 (SC)

In Re: News Item Published in Hindustan Times Titled and Quit Flow Mai ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 108(2003)DLT592(SC); 2003(10)SCALE618; (2004)9SCC569

..... effect of the working of the press note can be demonstrated by reference to the following comparative statement:schedulelist of enactments repealed (see section 9)number and year(1)short title(2)extent of repeal(3)1.xxxxxx2.orissa act iv of 1950 orissa merged states' laws act 1950the words 'subject to the restrictions that no transfer of a holding from a member ..... plan of delhi-2001 was made on july 23, 1998 which is the subject matter of the present proceedings. it is noticed that increase of far and increased density without corresponding increase in provision of services like water, power, circulation, park, etc. would lead to making urban areas in delhi uninhabitable and lead to ecological degradation and urban degeneration. hence ..... will not cause further problems out help those who are already residing in those units to have little mere accommodation. bearing that aspect in view and after having studied the comparative chart set out earlier which clearly indicates that all that will happen is to give a little more accommodation without adding to the burden of the infrastructure facilities.11. hence ..... provided for compounding of excess coverage beyond the sanctioned or permissible limit and also compounding of infringement set-backs which were not provided for in the unified building bye-laws, 1983. in addition, the committee bearing in mind the present scenario in delhi recommended increase in ground coverage, floor area ratio, dwelling units according to size of the plot. .....

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Jan 11 2019 (SC)

Wazir Vs. The State of Haryana

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... cum land acquisition collector is considered, the values of lands in villages bas kusla, bas haria and dhana were definitely on the lower side as compared to the corresponding values from villages like manesar, naharpur kasan and kasan. in the awards, the maximum value of rs.10 lakhs per acre was in respect of ..... of increase as shown by the sale deeds on record. the acquisition in pran sukh3 was of the year 1994 and the award of rate therein corresponds with the rate available on record through exh.p6. we have two instances of exh.p8 and p4, which may indicate the rise in values. however ..... is adopted in the present matter, 18.75% will have to be deducted from the price which was prevalent in august 2003 to arrive at the corresponding value for the period when the present acquisition was initiated. the rate of rs.48.366 lakhs per acre, as available from exh.p4, again without ..... holdings private limited. normally the additional component of compensation in terms of section 23(1)(thirdly) of the act is granted when, a landholder suffers damage as a result of acquisition to the extent that the holding that he is left with stands comparatively diminished in terms of quality and value. for instance, if a railway ..... in pran sukh3 would give us the correct picture as to the rise in values in the area comprising of villages naharpur kasan and kasan. the tabulated chart in that regard would be as under: year 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 principal amount (rs.) 20,00,000/- 20,00,000 .....

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Mar 11 1994 (SC)

Kartar Singh Vs. State of Punjab.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 1994SCC(3)569; JT1994(2)423

..... giving a comparative chart of the provisions of tada and of the northern ireland emergency provision act of 1978 wherein there are various provisions akin to some of the provisions of tada including the mode of trial of scheduled offences specified thereunder in a more stringent manner and the onus of proof in relation to offences corresponding to the provisions of tada acts and relating ..... and 21 frown against arbitrary and oppressive procedure.399. the procedure envisaged in article 21 means the manner and method of discovering the truth. section 36 of the code also empowers131 (1983) 2 scc 96: 1983 scc (cri) 353: air 1983 sc 378 79 (1978) 2 scc 424: 1978 scc (cri) 236: (1978) 3 scr 608 731" superior police officer" or an officer-in ..... . according to him, it was in order to meet the deteriorating situation, the state legislature besides deleting section 438 of the code was compelled to promulgate the u.p. dacoit areas act, 1983 and other like enactments.333. the competence of the state legislature to amend central act has been recognised in u.p. electric supply co. ltd. v. r.k. shukla11o. the legislature ..... constitution.(2) even though no opinion has been expressed by brother pandian, j., on section 5 1 am of the opinion that the provisions of this section can be invoked only when the prosecution is able to establish that there was119 (1968) 3 scr 692: air 1968 sc 1481121 (1983) 4 scc 566117 (1994) 2 scc 664159 (1964) 1 scr 332: air 1963 .....

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Mar 15 2010 (SC)

State of West Bengal and anr. Vs. West Bengal Minimum Wages Inspectors ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2010(2)SCALE45

..... , and extend such higher scale to those categories of posts. the pay commission has two functions; to revise the existing pay scale, by recommending revised pay scales corresponding to the pre-revised pay scales and, secondly, make recommendations for upgrading or downgrading posts resulting in higher pay scales or lower pay scales, depending upon the nature ..... such posts and determination of parity in duties and responsibilities are complex executive functions, to be carried out by expert bodies. granting parity in pay scale depends upon comparative job evaluation and equation of posts. the principle 'equal pay for equal work' is not a fundamental right but a constitutional goal. it is dependent on various ..... welfare centres under the labour directorate, west bengal (pleased under the west bengal); (vi) inspector, statistical assistant, investigator scrutiny assistant, computer and computing investigation in the statistical section of the labour directorate west bengal; and (vii) agricultural minimum wages inspector.11. in the pending appeal, the respondents amended their writ petition on 8.12.1995 contending that ..... make the recommendation after considering the duties and responsibilities attached to different categories of posts. therefore, we are of the view that the state government was justified in acting on the recommendation of the third pay commission and rejecting the recommendation by the pay review committee.re : question (3)19. the fourth pay commission has recommended .....

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Oct 08 1996 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) and anr. Vs. Samar Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 1996VIIAD(SC)814; [1997(75)FLR493]; JT1996(9)SC184; (1997)IILLJ321SC; 1996(7)SCALE460; (1996)10SCC555; [1996]Supp7SCR253; 1997(1)SLJ56(SC); 1996(2)LC723(SC)

..... court was not justified in calling for the records of the public service commission and going through the notings made by various officers of the commission as well as the correspondence that passed between the commission and the government. the high court over looked the fact that the government sought the assistance of the commission and not that of the high ..... of the respondent to call for records of proceedings and the acrs of the respondent as also of the officers who have been selected and empanelled and to make a comparative evaluation of merits. the tribunal, however, perused the selection file and the acrs of the respondent with a view to see whether the respondent has been duly considered for empanelment ..... that it if were the tribunal which took the decision it would not have been the same. even if on a perusal the file relating to the selection on a comparative assessment of the merits of the applicant viz-a-viz respondents 3-11, the tribunal comes to a conclusion that the applicant was more meritorious than them, the tribunal cannot ..... competent authority makes a selection for appointment or empanelment considering all those who are eligible in accordance with rules, instructions or guidelines then the tribunal or high court will not act as an appellate body and interfere on the ground of insufficiency of the material or in correctness of the decision applying its own yard stick. if the decision making process .....

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Dec 09 1997 (SC)

Orissa Sponge Iron Ltd. and anr. Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1998SC735; 86(1998)CLT83(SC); JT1997(10)SC123; 1997(7)SCALE502; (1998)2SCC268; [1997]Supp6SCR299; [1998]109STC193(SC)

..... was not an arbitrary exercise of power, more so when the industry granted further exemption was a comparatively new one. this court observed :'the governor, in exercise of its power given by section 5 of the act, can decide the exemption of any goods from taxation. the power may be exercised having regard to ..... it should pursue and what discriminations advance those social and economic policies.'we, therefore, hold that para 2.18 of the 1989 policy and the corresponding provisions of the notification sro 790/90 (finance) dated 16.8.1990, insofar as they extended the benefit of the 1989 policy only to the ..... and textile industries ltd. v. state of maharashtra : 1988(2)scale944 one of the arguments was that (see p.189) the result to the 1983 amendment to sec. 41-a was that while the old unit had to pay purchase- tax. sales-tax turnover tax etc. totalling rs. 1650 per metric ton, ..... 1989 policy dealt with grant of 'deferment/ exemption' of sales tax duties as specified in the notification under section 7. inasmuch as the 1989 policy is a new scheme, in our opinion nakara : (1983)illj104sc cannot apply. in nakara case certain rules conferred particular benefit on members of a particular class and subsequently, ..... mistake but there is good reason for stipulating the said cut off date.does nakara apply?19. the other contention based on nakara's case : (1983)illj104sc is also not tenable. this argument is based on the theory that the 1989 policy is a continuation of the 1980 policy. a reading .....

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Nov 17 1975 (SC)

Shri Krishnan Vs. the Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1976SC376; (1976)1SCC311; 1976(8)LC15(SC)

..... filed by the appellant and the respondent as also the allegations made in the counter-affidavit clearly show that there were series of parleys and correspondence between the district education officer and the respondent in the course of which the respondent was being persuaded, to the extent of compulsion, to ..... , 1973 the respondent informed the appellant that since his percentage was short in part i his candidature stood cancelled. thereafter there were series of correspondence between the appellant and the university authorities but the appellant was refused admission to ll.b. part iii class. the appellant then filed an appeal ..... papers each year. in april 1972 the petitioner appear in the annual examination of part i but failed in three subjects, namely, legal theory, comparative law and constitutional law of india. subsequently he was promoted to part ii which he joined in the year 1972. under the university statute the ..... the respondent of which tome paragraphs are extracted below:4. para 4 of the writ petition is rebutted. the petitioner was involved in a case under sections 363 and 366 of the indian penal code. as a result, he was suspended. he remained under suspension till august 23, 1972, when he ..... to his getting the permission from his employer to attend the law faculty. in between it appears that the appellant had been prosecuted for offences under sections 376, 366 and 363 i.p.c. and was suspended during the period when the case was going on against him. the appellant was, .....

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Jan 09 2007 (SC)

High Court Employees' Welfare Association, Calcutta and Ors. Vs. State ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : JT2007(2)SC481; 2007(1)SCALE180; (2007)3SCC637

..... fitment under the revised pay scale plus grant of additional special allowance/increments to certain categories of employees.(ii) higher pay scale (instead of corresponding revised pay scale) to certain categories of employees. (iii) a higher initial start of two stages above the entry point to certain categories ..... different nature of chores/work performed by the high court employees and higher entry level qualifications prescribed for some high court posts, when compared to similar posts under the state government. the alterations/additional benefits recommended by the special pay commission are:(i) merger of special ..... find no need to issue any mandamus. as the matter has been pending for long, we are sure that the state will act with expedition so that the modified draft rules will come into force without any delay and the employees of the high court will ..... approve the draft service rules and draft pay rules. the petitioner sought the following reliefs : (i) a declaration that the first respondent has acted arbitrarily, irrationally and in a discriminatory manner and its communications dated 21.11.1998 and 11.1.1999 are unconstitutional, null and void; ..... chart enclosed to the report listed 65 categories of posts. the two representatives of the state government however added the following note of dissent:in respect of serial nos.31 to 49, 64 and 65 the view of the members representing the state government is that pay in respect of the said posts should be re-fixed in the corresponding .....

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Feb 20 1992 (SC)

Secretary, Finance Department and Others Vs. West Bengal Registration ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1992SC1203; (1992)2CALLT1(SC); JT1992(2)SC27; 1992(1)SCALE437; 1993Supp(1)SCC153; [1992]1SCR897; 1992(2)LC359(SC)

..... scales to a reasonable number. such reduction in the number of pay-scales has to be achieved by resorting to broadbanding of posts by placing different posts having comparable job-charts in a common scale. substantial reduction in the number of pay-scales must inevitably lead to clubbing of posts and grades which were earlier different and unequal. ..... all the entries in column i of the schedule under the heading 'registration department' of the bengal subordinate service (discipline & appeal) rules, 1936 were omitted along with the corresponding entries in columns 2 to 5 thereof. thus, contend the respondents, the west bengal registration service, including the sub-registrars was brought on par with other 'constituted state services', ..... the job requirements, recruitment standard and responsibilities attached to the post belonging to the said service it recommended a scale of rs. 425-825 for sub-registrars and corresponding higher scales for other posts, the highest being rs. 850-1600 for registrar of assurances, calcutta and inspectors of registration offices. it appears that this recommendation did not ..... was made by nomination of candidates who were undergraduates or even of lower academic qualification. by the notification dated 25th november, 1949, made under section 211(2)(b) of the government of india act, 1935, the recruitment rules framed in supersession of all previous rules, the minimum educational requirement for sub-registrars was raised to graduation. the revised .....

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Jan 09 1991 (SC)

Grih Kalyan Kendra Workers' Union Vs. Union of India and others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1991SC1173; [1991(62)FLR337]; JT1991(1)SC60; (1991)ILLJ349SC; 1991(1)SCALE1; (1991)1SCC619; [1991]1SCR15; 1991(1)LC468(SC)

..... kendra are being discriminated as they are paid lower amount of salary although they perform the same duties and functions as performed by corresponding employees holding corresponding posts under the ndmc and delhi administration. the chart as set out in the petition is as under:___________________________________________________________ s. no.designation gkk salaries per month ndmc dda/c. govt. ..... requested the former chief justice to make recommendations taking into account the following matters:1. whether other similarly situated employees (engaged in similar comparable work, putting in comparable hours of work, in a comparable employment) are paid higher pay and if so what should be the entitlement of the complaining employees in order not to violate the ..... first consideration which i am required by the supreme court to take into account is 'whether other similarly situated employees (engaged in similar comparable work, putting in comparable hours of work, in a comparable employment) are paid a higher pay and as to what should be the entitlement of the complaining employees in order not to violate ..... under the union of india like new delhi municipal committee and other departments of delhi administration.2. grih kalyan kendra is a society registered under the societies registration act 1860. its objectives as set out in the memorandum of association are as follows:(a) to promote social, economic, cultural and educational activities for the betterment .....

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