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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of the press note can be demonstrated by reference to the following comparative statement:schedulelist of enactments repealed (see section 9)number and year(1)short title(2)extent of repeal(3)1.xxxxxx2.orissa act iv of 1950 orissa merged states' laws act 1950the words 'subject to the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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Aug 22 2019 (HC)

New Delhi Municipal Council vs.subh Narayan Sah & Anr

Court : Delhi

..... to an unfair labour practice , within the meaning of clause (ra) of section 2 of the id act read with item no.10 of the 5th schedule thereto, has w.p. (c) 6700/2016 page 18 of 35 also been denied, in the corresponding para of the written statement. (iv) in sub-para (v) of ..... a permanent employee after completing 240 days of continuous employment and he cannot be thrown out of job in the manner it has been done . the corresponding sub-para of para 4 in the written statement (denies) that the workman completed 240 days of continuous employment with the petitioner. (v) the affidavits ..... in para 3(i), that the job, being performed by the respondent-workman was of a permanent and regular nature . this assertion is boldly denied, in the corresponding para 2 of the written statement. (iii) needless to say, therefore, the averment, in para 3(ii) of the statement of claim, to the effect ..... july, 1990. the averment, to this effect, in para 1 of the statement of claim, is admitted to be a matter of record, in the corresponding para of the reply on merits , in the written statement. besides, para 2 of the said reply on merits avers that the respondent- workman was employed ..... appropriate direction would w.p. (c) 6700/2016 page 17 of 35 be to grant him lump-sum compensation, rather than reinstate him in service.34. a comparative analysis of the statement of claim, filed by the respondent-workman, and the written statement, filed by the petitioner, before the learned labour court, reveals the following .....

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Aug 07 2019 (HC)

Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax-4, New Delhi vs.symphony Marketing Solu ...

Court : Delhi

..... decision to exclude the data relating to infosys. one of the reasons was that the said company was a giant corporation and was involved in multifarious activities. after reproducing the comparative chart and noticing the facts, the court reasoned as follows:6. learned counsel for the revenue has submitted that the tribunal after recording the aforesaid table has not affirmed or ..... material differences to whether ita4142018 and ita7172018 page 5 of 7 between the assessee and the said entity can be eliminated. unless such differences cannot be eliminated, included as a comparable. the entity should be 7. the court notes that there is a discussion in chrys capital investment advisors india (p.) ltd. (supra) of the decision in agnity india technologies ..... revenue refers to the subsequent decision of this court in chrys capital investment advisors india (p.) ltd. v. deputy commissioner of incometax, 2015 376 itr183(del) to urge that a comparable ought not to be excluded only on the basis of high turnover?. in particular he refers to the following conclusion in chrys capital investment advisors india (p.) ltd. (supra) ..... provider. the valuation of goodwill of infosys bpo for ay200910 and 2010-11 was inr1903 crores with no comparable value for the assessee. the brand promotion expense for infosys bpo for ay200910 was inr7026 lacs and for 2010-11 inr6916 lacs. the corresponding figures for the assessee are nil. bpo infosys incurred significant selling and marketing expenses for the two ays .....

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Jun 14 2019 (HC)

Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. Vs.punjab and Sind Bank

Court : Delhi

..... limited and airports authority of india(as referred in the petition) are non- banking entities. the requirements of banking entities like respondent bank is entirely different from nonbanking entities and comparing the eligibility requirements of such tenders with the current tender is not justified. c) some of the key differences are i) core transactional and non-transactional banking from branch banking ..... board of the respondent has considered the contentions raised by the petitioner in the present petition and vide the comparison charts a & b that were submitted by the petitioner with respect to the impugned eligibility criteria fixed by the respondent and the corresponding eligibility fixed by the corporation bank, bank of india, software technology parks of india, faridabad smart city limited & airports ..... decision made is so arbitrary and irrational that the court can say : 'the w.p. (c) no.6730/2019 page 20 of 22 decision is such that no responsible authority acting reasonably and in accordance with relevant law could have reached.' ii) whether public interest is affected. if the answers are in the negative, there should be no interference under article ..... the said proposal dated 09.04.2019.2. cm appl. 28290/2019 was filed by the petitioner seeking the grant of an ex-parte interim restraint against the respondent from acting in terms of or taking any steps pursuant to the said request for proposal dated 09.04.2019.3. it has been submitted on behalf of the respondent that in .....

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May 09 2019 (HC)

Bansi vs.the State (Nct of Delhi)

Court : Delhi

..... be drawn themselves page 15 of 26 crl.a.no.589/2004 299 and 300. the following comparative table will be helpful in appreciating the points of distinction between the two offences:1. clause (b) of section 299 corresponds with clauses (2) and (3) of section 300. the distinguishing feature of the mens rea requisite under clause (2) is the knowledge possessed by the ..... in the heat of passion upon a sudden quarrel followed by a fight the accused persons had caused injuries on the deceased, but had not acted in cruel or unusual manner. that being so, exception 4 to section 300 indian penal code is clearly applicable... thus we may say that the offence is not murder, but culpable homicide not amounting to murder ..... .p. [1994 supp (1) scc460:1995. scc (cri) 3 air1993sc1360 , tarsem singh v. state of punjab [(2002) 2 scc673:2002. scc (cri) 465]. , hari ram v. state of haryana [(1983) 1 scc193:1983. scc (cri) 1 air1983sc185 , randhir singh v. state of punjab [(1981) 4 scc484:1981. scc (cri) 856]. , kulwant rai v. state of punjab [(1981) 4 scc245(cri) 826]. and ..... moment picks up a weapon which is handy and causes injuries, one of which proves fatal, he would be entitled to the benefit of this exception provided he has not acted cruelly. the relevant portion of the said judgment is reproduced hereinbelow:-"?57. in this regard, we may also refer to the pronouncement of the supreme court reported at pulicherla nagaraju .....

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Mar 15 2019 (HC)

Tata Chemicals Ltd. Vs.puro Wellness Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Delhi

..... does not in cs(os) 403/2018 page 32 of 37 even in a permitted contain any vanaspati. this cannot be comparative at all. also, comparative advertisement the same corresponding feature of the product must be compared and not a totally different feature, as is done in the present case i.e. milk is ..... in products by mentioning the correct facts and following the legal route, action can also be the manufacturers of products, if they are found violating section 53 of the fssa, 2006 as alleged by the defendant no.1. the aforesaid excuse /reason given by defendant no.1 therefore lacks justification and ..... is the manufacturer of tata salt. the defendant manufactures puro healthy salt. plaintiff s case 2. tata salt has been manufactured by the plaintiff since 1983 and enjoys a market share of 24% - 25% in edible iodised salt. it claims to be a market leader in edible salt in india ..... the earlier proceedings and neither were the pamphlet and booklet which were distributed by the defendant on 7th august, 2018. the isma suit cannot therefore act as a bar against the maintainability of the present suit. in view of the sustained, deliberate, and systematic expansion by the defendant of its ..... only to 'self regulate'. the principles applicable to grant of injunction contained in order xxxix rules 1 & 2 of cpc and the specific relief act, 1963 though provide that injunctive relief shall not be granted when equally efficacious alternative remedy the remedy available before asci cannot be said to be equally .....

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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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Jan 08 2019 (HC)

Pankaj Chawla vs.divya Kapoor

Court : Delhi

..... .rev.p. 172/2017 page 8 of 10 14. the expenditure claimed by the wife is far less than the expenditure which has been claimed under the corresponding heads by the husband. a comparative analysis of the expenditure items shown by the husband clearly establishes that the expenditure claimed by the wife is not on a higher side.15. though the expenditure ..... in the impugned order of interim maintenance of rs. 24,000/- is on a lower side, the wife is entitled to interim maintenance, pending final adjudication of her application under section 125 cr.p.c., at rs.50,000/- per month.17. in view of the above findings, i find is no merit in the petition filed by the husband. however ..... being incurred by the wife.2. parties married on 30.01.2013 according to hindu rights and ceremonies. they separated on 10.04.2014. subject application has been filed under section 125 criminal procedure code, 1973 (cr.p.c. for short) on 25.07.2014 by the wife claiming maintenance at the rate of rs.60,000/- per month besides litigation expenses of ..... side and has been inflated. one method to ascertain whether the expenditure claimed by the wife is reasonable or not, is to compare the same with the expenditure claimed by the husband.13. if one were to do a comparative analysis of the expenditure, claimed by the husband and wife, the following emerges:-"sr. no 1. description household expenditure groceries/food/ personal .....

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Jan 08 2019 (HC)

Divya Kapoor vs.pankaj Chawla

Court : Delhi

..... .rev.p. 172/2017 page 8 of 10 14. the expenditure claimed by the wife is far less than the expenditure which has been claimed under the corresponding heads by the husband. a comparative analysis of the expenditure items shown by the husband clearly establishes that the expenditure claimed by the wife is not on a higher side.15. though the expenditure ..... in the impugned order of interim maintenance of rs. 24,000/- is on a lower side, the wife is entitled to interim maintenance, pending final adjudication of her application under section 125 cr.p.c., at rs.50,000/- per month.17. in view of the above findings, i find is no merit in the petition filed by the husband. however ..... being incurred by the wife.2. parties married on 30.01.2013 according to hindu rights and ceremonies. they separated on 10.04.2014. subject application has been filed under section 125 criminal procedure code, 1973 (cr.p.c. for short) on 25.07.2014 by the wife claiming maintenance at the rate of rs.60,000/- per month besides litigation expenses of ..... side and has been inflated. one method to ascertain whether the expenditure claimed by the wife is reasonable or not, is to compare the same with the expenditure claimed by the husband.13. if one were to do a comparative analysis of the expenditure, claimed by the husband and wife, the following emerges:-"sr. no 1. description household expenditure groceries/food/ personal .....

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Sep 27 2018 (HC)

Kismat Singh vs.piariya Devi & Ors

Court : Delhi

..... attractive and thus increase the available supply of labour. at the same time, a corresponding increase in the efficiency of the average workman may be expected.? liability of compensation act the principal under section 12 of the employee s 16. section 12 of the employee?s compensation act imposes the liability of payment of compensation on the principal with right to recover the ..... as under: fao2702011 page 15 of 47 ? the growing complexity of industry in this country, with the increasing use of machinery and consequent danger to workmen, along with the comparative poverty of the workmen themselves, renders it advisable that they should be protected, as far as possible, from hardship arising from accidents. an additional advantage of legislation of this ..... employees and employees employed otherwise than for the purposes of the employer?s trade or business are entitled to all the benefits of the employee?s compensation act including that of section 12 of the act. this court agrees with the view taken by this court in govind goenka v. dayawati (supra). 33.18 the proceedings before the commissioner, employees? fao2702011 ..... n. 566 and executive engineer/deputy general manager, sub urban division, dhbvnl, bhiwani v. priyanka, 2017 (153) flr302in which the courts have examined the scope of section 12.19. section 12 of the act has, in effect, stretched the contours of the word "employer? wider as to include the person contracting with another person fao2702011 page 19 of 47 for carrying .....

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