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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

Decided on : Dec-12-2003

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of the press note can be demonstrated by reference to the following comparative statement:schedulelist of enactments repealed (see section 9)number and year(1)short title(2)extent of repeal(3)1.xxxxxx2.orissa act iv of 1950 orissa merged states' laws act 1950the words 'subject to the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 14 2003 (TRI)

Mid East Port Folio Management Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-14-2003

Reported in : (2003)87ITD537(Mum.)

..... document in the cited decision and the lease document entered into between icici ltd. and geb on 29th jan., 1993. in fact, a comparative chart has also been filed in this regard. the question is not simply whether because of the similarities in the clauses of the lease agreement, the ..... gathered from surrounding circumstances. these would include the negotiations held between the parties in the initial stages and during the pre-documentation period, the correspondence exchanged between them, any collateral or parallel documentation, conduct of the parties before, during and after the documentation, whether the assets are such ..... the relevant assets. accordingly, the board's financial obligations under the lease arrangements have been provided as liability in the books of accounts and correspondingly the lease assets are taken under the block of fixed assets. depreciation has also been provided for on the leased assets for the use ..... not apposite to movable property and that the word "bailment" is the more appropriate word as has been used in section 140 of the contract act, 1872. section 160 of the contract act obliges the bailee to return the goods to the bailor after the purpose of the bailment has been served. contrary ..... the madras high court. mcdowell could not be invoked by the ao in that case because the orders were all passed by him in 1983 and 1984, before mcdowell was decided (in 1985). while recognising that the rule would not apply to a genuine transaction or arrangement in .....

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Aug 14 2003 (TRI)

The Icici Ltd. Vs. Dy. Cit, Special Range 36

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-14-2003

..... lease document in the cited decision and the lease document entered into between icici ltd. and geb on 29.1.1993. in fact, a comparative chart has also been filed in this regard. the question is not simply whether because of the similarities in the clauses of the lease agreement, ..... gathered from surrounding circumstances. these would include the negotiations held between the parties in the initial stages and during the pre-documentation period, the correspondence exchanged between them, any collateral or parallel documentation, conduct of the parties before, during and after the documentation, whether the assets are such ..... the relevant assets. accordingly, the board's financial obligations under the lease arrangements have been provided as liability in the books of accounts and correspondingly the lease assets are taken under the block of fixed assets. depreciation has also been provided for on the leased assets for the use ..... not apposite to movable property and that the word "bailment" is the more appropriate word as has been used in section 140 of the contract act, 1872. section 160 of the contract act obliges the bailee to return the goods to the bailor after the purpose of the bailment has been served. contrary ..... the madras high court. mcdowell could not be invoked by the ao in that case because the orders were all passed by him in 1983 and 1984, before mcdowell was decided (in 1985). while recognising that the rule would not apply to a genuine transaction or arrangement in .....

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Feb 13 2003 (HC)

Kew Construction Private Ltd. Etc. Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors. Etc ...

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Feb-13-2003

Reported in : II(2003)BC380; [2003(2)JCR53(Jhr)]

..... counsel for the petitioner v.k. sahani const. (india) pvt. ltd. (6910/02) while adopted the argument advanced by mr. ram balak mahto, senior counsel, also placed reliance on the comparative chart enclosed by the respondents and the decision of the tender committee to suggest that local factor was the main factor to allot the works in favour of the contesting respondents ..... that they are 'local contractors' but also on other grounds such as, their seniority in registration as contractors, annual turn over and work experience.11. admittedly, the respective petitioners and corresponding respondents quoted same rate. they are experienced & registered contractors. when everything is equal then some factors are to be taken into consideration by the competent authority for elimination and to ..... wp (c) no. 83 of 2003 submitted tender papers in respect to groups 1, 3 and 4 works.4. curiously, the contesting respondents of the respective writ petitions and the corresponding petitioners, all of them, and some others quoted same rate i.e. 15% below the estimated cost. thereafter, the work orders having issued in favour of some of the contesting ..... nigam ltd., 2002 (1) jljr 421, held that it is not the function of a judge to act as a super board to substitute its judgment for that of the administrator.14. in the facts and circumstances, the quotations of petitioners and the corresponding contractors to whom the works have been allotted, being same, the contractors in whose favour, the works have .....

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May 01 2003 (HC)

Nar Bahadur Bhandari Etc. Vs. State, Etc.

Court : Sikkim

Decided on : May-01-2003

Reported in : 2003CriLJ2799

..... position. therefore, accused nos. 1 and 2 both being public servants are responsible for offences of criminal misconduct under section 5(2) read with section 5(1)(d) of prevention of corruption act, 1947 corresponding to section 13(2) read with section 13(d) of p.c. act, 1988.23. the offence of criminal conspiracy involves meeting of minds of two or more persons agreeing to do ..... tenders were received in the rural development of the government of sikkim and the same were opened on 18-1-1984 by the tender committee. then followed the preparation of comparative statements in respective files of each scheme showing the rates quoted by each tenderer. prosecution case is that the statements showed that the eligible contractors in different schemes had offered ..... scheme at pachak under east pendam gram panchayat in east district.xii) rural water supply scheme at singyang in west district.the said tender notice was published on 19-12-1983 fixing 18-1-1984 as the last date for the receipt of the tenders. it was mentioned in the tender notice that the contractors who were residents of the villages ..... be executed through panchayat nominees. the approval of the cabinet was communicated to the secretary, rural development department for necessary action vide memo no. 1168/ cab/83 dated 7-12-1983. pursuant to that decision, the rural development department issued notice inviting sealed tenders from enlisted contractors having resources and experience in such works for execution of the 15 rural water .....

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Dec 10 2003 (TRI)

Deputy Commissioner of Vs. United Vanaspati Ltd.

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Chandigarh

Decided on : Dec-10-2003

Reported in : (2004)88ITD313(Chd.)

..... order that the assessing officer called for numerous details not only for assessment year under consideration but also for earlier assessment years and asked the assessee to make out comparative chart of consumption of various items, production of main item, byproducts and yield of rest period and second period. it is nobody's case that any of the ..... products manufactured, coal consumption, power consumption and processing cost per mt of production for both the periods falling in assessment year and 1989-90 and has compared the same with the corresponding figures of assessment years 1987-88 and 1988-89.17. the assessing officer has thereafter computed the alleged hypothetical/suppressed production on the basis of ratio of ..... vanaspati ghee is subject to strict supervision and checking by central excise authorities. the accounts of the appellant company, are also audited as per provisions of companies act and section 44ab of the act and correctness of the declared production is supported by excise records.28. the income-tax appellate tribunal "special bench" in the case of shanker rice co. ..... items. it is observed in the assessment order that no satisfactory explanation was rendered. the assessing officer, therefore, refused to accept increased consumption of electricity and coal without corresponding increase in manufactured items. he concluded that production was suppressed in record.4. the assessing officer further found that there was increase in the byproducts from 1188 mt .....

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Dec 10 2003 (TRI)

The Dcit, Spl. Range Vs. United Vanaspati Ltd.

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Chandigarh

Decided on : Dec-10-2003

Reported in : (2005)275ITR124(Chd.)

..... the assessment order that the ao called for numerous details not only for assessment year under consideration but also for earlier assessment years and asked the assessee to make out comparative chart of consumption of various items, production of main item, by-products and yield of rest period and second period. it is nobody's case that any of the ..... by products manufactured, coal consumption, power consumption and processing cost per mt of production for both the periods falling in assessment year and 1989-90 and has compared the same with the corresponding figures of assessment years 1987-88 and 1988-89.17. the assessing officer has thereafter computed the alleged hypothetical/suppressed production on the basis of ratio of by ..... in consumable items. it is observed in the assessment order that no satisfactory explanation was rendered. the ao, therefore, refused to accept increased consumption of electricity and coal without corresponding increase in manufactured items. he concluded that production was suppressed in record.4. the ao further found that there was increase in the by-products from 1188 mt of ..... of vanaspati ghee is subject to strict supervision and checking by central excise authorities. the accounts of the appellant company are also audited as per provisions of companies act and section 44ab of the act and correctness of the declared production is supported by excise records.28. the income-tax appellate tribunal "special bench" in the case of shanker rice company vs .....

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Mar 07 2003 (TRI)

Charbhai Bidi Works Vs. Assistant Commissioner of Income

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Pune

Decided on : Mar-07-2003

Reported in : (2003)87ITD189(Pune.)

..... ) it is shown that m/s thakur savdekar had debited rs. 56,80,748 as commission whereas the ao has not considered this in the comparative chart and has considered only the wages debited in the account of m/s thakur savdekar. if the commission amount is added to the wages debited by ..... keep such huge amount due from the assessee for months together. since in the documentary evidence furnished, few of them comprise of copies of the correspondence (and not the original documents) where even specific amount is also not mentioned, so it becomes all the more important to specifically look into this ..... the ao during hearing of the case or thereafter upto the date of assessment. besides, the documents at pp. 107, 108 and 109 are the correspondence by/with labour department in which there is no specific indication about the amount outstanding and even in the certificates/translation at pp. 110/111, ..... the assessee appealed to the learned cit(a) and submitted that the assessee had maintained regular books of account which had been audited under section 44ab of the act. it was further stated that proper quantitative particulars had been maintained and produced for verification of the ao. the purchases and sales were also ..... was placed on the decisions in the cases of godavan sugar mills ltd. v. cit (1985) 155 itr 306 (bom) and cit v. udhoji shrikisandas (1983) 139 itr 827 (mp). "i have given due consideration to the submissions of the appellant and the material on record. on perusal of the order, it .....

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May 20 2003 (HC)

Bench Secretaries, Brotherhood High Court and Ors. Vs. State of U.P. a ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-20-2003

Reported in : (2003)3UPLBEC2138

..... point out any distinguishing feature so far as party part is concerned in respect of bench secretaries grade i and bench secretaries grade ii vis-a-vis comparable and corresponding post of court masters in delhi high court.73. in view of the above, there is no justification to interfere with the report of three judges ..... of recruitment to the various class ii posts in the establishment shall be as follows :(a).....................................................................................................(b) bench secretaries, grade i. by transfer of one of the section officers of general office or bench secretary, grade i.(c), (d),(e)..........................................................................................18. method of selection for all promotion posts.-(ii) criterion of selection for each case ..... the case of sri ramji yadav (supra) attained finality and thus binding between the parties to the aforesaid writ petition.24. the petitioners have annexed a chart, showing comparative status/position of court masters of delhi high court and bench secretaries of allahabad high court as anncxurc-17 to the writ petition.25. we may also ..... provisions of the constitution has been violated by him. certainly, the government cannot interfere with the determination made by hon'ble the chief justice. the seemingly innocuous act of the state government i.e. executive, in not according approval, which for the reasons stated above, was not necessary to be sought, as held in private .....

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May 13 2003 (HC)

Sri P.N. Ananthanarayanan Vs. Union of India (Uoi), Rep. by the Secret ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-13-2003

Reported in : (2003)IIILLJ570Mad; (2003)2MLJ633

..... warned not to indulge in any representation to the appraisal committee about his grievances and the respondents are also directed not to refer to any of petitioner's letters, notes, correspondence or representations. the appraisal committee shall completely eschew all such matters and also adverse entries and downgrading of him which had not been communicated to him. the appraisal committee can ..... general manager. it cannot be just due to the reason that others also would have had better remarks and higher ranking. this hypothetical reason projected before me was without producing comparative materials regarding the promotions of the other officers especially juniors. there cannot be any justification in overlooking the seniority of the petitioner. seniority is also a vital factor and ..... by the central board or the executive committee from time to time. service rules were also framed by the central board in exercise of the powers conferred under section 143(1) of sbi act. rule 17 provides that the promotion to all grades shall be made in accordance with the policy laid down by the central government. 15. it is further ..... could not be written by an officer holding the same post. but the petitioner's confidential report were written by one a.k. batra who was assistant general manager of 1983 batch, who was competing with the petitioner for promotion. therefore, the petitioner had the ignominy of a peer writing his confidential report. such an action was invalid. the petitioner .....

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