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Sep 12 2018 (HC)

The Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax-9 vs.ibilt Technologies Ltd.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-12-2018

..... , it is seen that substantial amount of rs.1.13 crores has as provisions written back as the corresponding amount of rs. 1.46 crores disclosed in the last year. against shown been also we are enclosing comparative chart for the assessment years 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 & 2008-09 showing net profit ..... this situation. in view of the facts as narrated above where true and fair picture of the assessee s accounts is coming provisions of section 145 (3) of the act are invoked and reject the results as shown by the assessee and estimate total income of the assessee on a very conservative basis at ..... or paid and accordingly debited to the profit and loss account. reference could made to the chart/table reproduced above from the order of the commissioner of income tax (appeals).7. section 145 (2) of the act empowers the assessing officer to make best judgment assessment when he is not satisfied with correctness or ..... mills v/s. ao in the ita no.995/2018 page 5 of 10 6 rejection of books of accounts u/s 145 (3) of the act s no.1. observations made by ld. ao was the specifically to explain the reason for fall in profitability assessee asked our submission specific factors which ..... completeness of the accounts of the assessee. best judgment assessment in terms of section 145 can also be framed when no method of .....

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Sep 06 2018 (SC)

Navtej Singh Johar Vs. Union of India Ministry of Law and Justice Secr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-06-2018

..... . 126-127 (v) other courts/jurisdictions .. 127-129 c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.k. l. m. n. 3 comparative analysis of section 375 and section 377 ipc . 129-140 the litmus test for survival of section 377 ipc . conclusions 140-156 156-166 o. p. q. a. introduction not for nothing, the great german thinker, johann wolfgang von goethe ..... everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, is entitled to the enjoyment of privacy without arbitrary or unlawful interference, including with regard to their family, home or correspondence as well as to protection from unlawful attacks on their honour and 84 relations, reputation. the right to privacy ordinarily includes the choice to disclose or not to disclose information ..... or disturbed by the commission by others of private homosexual acts, this cannot on its own warrant the application of penal sanctions when it is consenting adults alone who are involved." [emphasis supplied]. o. comparative analysis of section 375 and section 377 ipc205 let us, in the obtaining situation, conduct a comparative analysis of the offence of rape and unnatural offences as defined ..... a shield against forced homogeneity and as an essential attribute to achieve personhood: recognizing a zone of privacy is but an acknowledgment that each individual must be entitled to chart and pursue the course of development of personality. hence privacy is a postulate of human dignity itself. thoughts and behavioural patterns which are intimate to an individual are entitled .....

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Mar 09 2018 (SC)

Common Cause (A Regd. Society) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-09-2018

..... on these issues, we have given our views in chapter vii on a consideration of law and vast comparative literature. in this chapter, we propose to give a summary of our recommendations and the corresponding sections of the proposed bill which deal with each of the recommendations. (the draft of the bill is annexed ..... the constitution. on the other hand, the andhra pradesh high court in c. jagadeeswar v. state of andhra pradesh, (1983) crl.l.j.549, had upheld the validity of section 309 holding that it did not offend either article 14 or article 21 of the constitution. a division bench of this court ..... scheme formulated by different countries to achieve the object. the republic of singapore has passed 93 an enactment namely advance medical directive act (act 16 of 1996). section 3 of the act, sub section (1) empowers a person who is not mentally disordered and attained the age of 21 years to make an advance directive ..... and is not an outcome of his or her actions. death emanates from the pre-existing medical condition of the patient which enables life to chart a natural course to its inexorable end. the law protects a decision which has been made in good faith by a medical 90 part i ..... liberty worthwhile. ?life is a terrestrial opportunity for unfolding personality, rising to higher status, moving to fresh woods and reaching out to reality which 47 (1983) 1 scc12448 (1978) 1 scc248130 makes our earthly journey a true fulfilment not a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying .....

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Feb 13 2018 (SC)

Swaraj Abhiyan Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-13-2018

..... the chief minister and the principal secretary (finance) to take an informed decision in the matter. the committee, on 12th january, 2007, recommended purchase of agusta a-109 power helicopter. correspondence was exchanged between the state and the agusta. the agusta, vide letter dated 27th january, 2007, informed that the company could give delivery of a-109 power helicopter by middle ..... dated 30th october, 2007 and thus, the remaining amount was by way of commission cannot be accepted in view of contents of the agreement dated 9th october, 2007 and the correspondence. the said agreement shows that agusta had entered into agreement dated 24th may, 2006 for sale of agusta helicopter model a-109 to serum institute of india limited. the sale ..... to the special investigating team constituted by this court vide order dated 4th july, 2011 in writ petition (civil)no.176 of 20091.14. on merits, as depicted in the comparative statement dated 19th december, 2006 signed by the senior helicopter engineer and chief pilot (h), on comparison of a-109 power, b-247 and ec-135 t1, parameters of delivery ..... agusta as the balance amount at the time of the scheduled acceptance of the helicopter. in support of the above, following documents have been 11. referred to : document dated 19 comparative statement of light twin engine helicopter th december, 2006 s.n o. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7. 8.9. no.of aircraft in india maintenance facility in india .....

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Jul 30 2018 (HC)

Dulal Chand Nandi Decd Thr Lrs vs.kiran Bala Mehru & Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jul-30-2018

..... the contract was performed after a few months. this principle made sense during the first half of the twentieth century, when there was comparatively very little inflation, in india. the third quarter of the twentieth century saw a very slow but steady increase in prices. but a ..... c. nandi has spent the last 35 years defending this litigation. though, the agreement to sell is genuine, the relief under section 20 of the specific relief act is a discretionary remedy. there was no coercion or misrepresentation in the execution of the agreement to sell. however, in the facts ..... k. jain and the husband of mrs. mehru. the said application was rejected on 21st august, 2006. an application was also filed under section vi rule 14 cpc on the ground that the plaint has not been properly verified and is liable to be dismissed. the said application was ..... money. ? the trial court has granted specific performance and compensation, which cannot be done. ? the trial court has wrongly dismissed the application under section 340 criminal procedure code 1973, as mr. madan had forged the signatures of his daughter. ? the relief of specific performance is not liable to be ..... 1983. iii) income tax clearance was obtained by mr. nandi and it is unclear as to whether under the urban land ceiling act clearance was actually needed. iv) on 15th march, 1984, mr. nandi was informed that under urban land ceiling act clearance was not needed, however, the same has been insisted upon in the subsequent correspondence .....

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Aug 02 2018 (HC)

Turning Point & Anr. Vs.turning Point Institute Private Ltd

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-02-2018

..... of students, who had benefited, immensely, thereby. it had expanded its centres to various other states during the period 2005 to 2011, and had also diversified into classroom coaching, correspondence courses, online testing, admission guidance, campus coaching and transport and hostel facilities. inasmuch as we are concerned with a limited issue in the present appeal, it is not necessary for ..... name since 7th july, 1998. (ii) mr. khan further relied upon the certificate of registration, issue to his client by the service tax authorities, registering the appellant, under section 69 of the finance act, 1994 for payment of service tax, on 22nd july, 2003. (iii) our attention was also invited to the details of the current accounts, maintained by the appellant with ..... be held entitled to restrain wander ltd. and alfred berg from manufacturing and marketing goods under the tradename cal-de-ce? and whether on considerations of balance of convenience and comparative hardship a temporary injunction should issue . 10.17 the supreme court first analyzed the principles behind grant of interlocutory injunctions, in para 9 of the report, thus: ?usually, the ..... indisputably the earlier user of the trademark, as it was manufacturing and marketing calcium gluconate tablets, under the trademark cal-de-ce? at its own factory in bombay from august 1983 till june 1986, which was prior to the use of the trademark by antox. having noted this fact, the supreme court proceeded, in para 15 of the report, to .....

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Sep 27 2018 (HC)

Kismat Singh vs.piariya Devi & Ors

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-27-2018

..... 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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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

Justice k.s.puttaswamy(retd) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-26-2018

..... and depriving the hon'ble president of his power of return. clauses 23(2)(g), section 54(2)(m) and section 57 of the 45 aadhaar (targeted delivery of financial and other subsidies, benefits and services) bill, 2016 and the corresponding sections of the act, 2016 as notified clearly do not fall under any of the clauses of article 110 of ..... the government distinguished the latter by arguing that they constituted neutral, objective and irrefutable material 117 and, unlike photographs, were unintelligible to the untutored eye and without a comparator fingerprint. while true, this consideration cannot alter the fact that fingerprints objectively contain unique information about the individual concerned allowing his or her identification with precision in a wide ..... to make choices, the inviolability of the personality would be in doubt. recognising a zone of privacy is but an acknowledgment that each individual must be entitled to chart and pursue the course of development of personality. hence privacy is a postulate of human dignity itself. thoughts and behavioural patterns which are intimate to an individual are ..... a personalized registry could lead to the identification of particular persons, which would lead to a chilling effect upon individuals right to informational self-determination. 365 [2007]. ukhl11366 (1983) 65 bverfge1279 part h the court developed a fundamental right of informational self-determination drawing from articles 1(1) and 2(1) of the german constitution, which protect .....

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Feb 16 2018 (SC)

The State of Karnataka by Its Chief Secretary Vs. State of Tamil Nadu ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-16-2018

..... deemed to have been an existing use from the time of the initiation of construction directly related to the useor, where such 194 construction comparable acts of actual implementation is not required, the undertaking of (b) such a use continues to be an existing use until such time ..... boundaries came into existence, the agreements could not be allowed to remain in continuance. sections 2(e), 2(j), 2(m) and 2(o), which are relevant in the present context, read thus:- ?section 2(e) "corresponding state" means, in relation to the new state of bombay, madhya pradesh, mysore ..... to its demand, amongst others, pertaining to different projects in kabani, bhavani, and pambar basins having regard to their individual features and corresponding crop water requirement. this allocation included the share for domestic and industrial water purposes as well with the population projection for 2011. the ..... areas which were to be put under irrigation from such reservoirs and other diversion of works, like anicuts increased every year. referring to the charts laid before it, the tribunal also marked that the impounding of water in different reservoirs on hemavathi, kabini, suvarnavathy and harangi tributaries in ..... world bank on the groundwater resources of the cauvery delta which not only indicated the gross ground water abstractions from cauvery delta from 1971 to 1983 but also estimated the available groundwater to be 51.56 tmc. the tribunal, on the basis of the reports submitted by the undp, central .....

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Aug 04 2018 (HC)

Federation of Okhla Industrial Association (Regd.) vs.lt Governor of D ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-04-2018

..... on an oral hearing before the advisory board under section 7 or before the committee appointed under section 5 of the minimum wages act, 1948. the procedure adopted by the committee is not assailable so far as this assertion is concerned. xvi. comparative wage structure in other jurisdictions/other appropriate scheduled employments ..... per annum which would give for the average workers' family of four, a total of 72 yards. (iv) in respect of housing, the rent corresponding to for under government's industrial housing scheme should be the minimum wage. (v) fuel, lighting and other miscellaneous items of expenditure should constitute ..... taken by the lieutenant governor, who had the benefit of having the whole of the file containing notings of various officers as well as the correspondence, with him at the time of taking decision in the matter. (emphasis by us) the court has therefore, held that the recommendations of ..... right is impacted, the court may not insist on an administrative authority to act judicially but may still insist that it acts fairly.357. in the leading case of attorney general of hong kong v. ng yuen shiu, (1983) 2 ac629 lord fraser said: when a public authority has promised to follow ..... a certain procedure, it is in the interest of good administration that it should act fairly and should implement its promise, so long as implementation does .....

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