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Aug 02 2000 (HC)

Angshuman Roy and anr. Vs. State of West Bengal and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-02-2000

Reported in : (2000)3CALLT486(HC)

..... for public purpose.8. 1 do not accept the argument of learned advocate for the petitioners that the acquisition sought to be made was for ramkrlshna mission which is a hindu organisation and for that reason no acquisition can be made for public purpose at public expense and i reject such contention.9. re: point nos. 2 & 3.admittedly ramkrishna mission ..... stdheswar shat v. state of west bengal reported at : air1995sc2089 that persons belonging to or owing their allegiance to ramkrishna mission or ramkrishna math belong to a religious denomination within hindu religion or a section thereof as would entitled them to claim the fundamental rights conferred on either of them under article 26. india is a secular country. under the scheme ..... .'5. the learned sr. counsel for the petitioners in course of his argument argued the following points:1. the acquisition is for ram krishna mission which has been adjudged as hindu organisation by the supreme court of india and there cannot be any acquisition under the said act on public purpose.2. admittedly ram krishna mission is governed by the provisions .....

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Mar 08 2000 (HC)

Manas Sarkar and ors. Vs. University of Calcutta and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-08-2000

Reported in : AIR2000Cal251

..... the whims of a student's union.20. mr. bikash ranjan bhattacharya, learned senior counsel appearing on behalf of the university made his submissions mainly on the question of law. but before proceeding with his submissions, i like to point out that being prima facie satisfied with the contentions of the purported non-collegiate and discollegiate students this court was ..... examination irrespective of the actual number of classes attended by them. the students are merely shown to have the requisite attendance. not a single student of the department of law of the respondent university has been made discolleglate and debarred from appearing in an examination in the last five years.xv) the registers for recording the attendance of the students ..... or partiality shown by the members of the non-teaching staff; (c) policy of acceptance of medical certificate has been prepared by all the teachers of the department of law keeping in view of the university regulations which stipulates 65% attendance for being collegiate and 55% attendance after condonation for being non-collegiate. such regulation is silent about the ..... jointly made a unique situation. in respect of the earlier 2 applications which are under the purported nomenclature of 'non-collegiate' students, the petitioners being various students of the law college under the university of calcutta alleged that all requisite fees were received by the university of calcutta as non-collegiate fees even thereafter, they were not allowed to sit .....

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May 19 2000 (HC)

Satya Charan Chaunder and ors. Vs. Sm. Kamala Dey and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-19-2000

Reported in : (2000)3CALLT539(HC)

..... been the heirs of the husband if he had lived up to and died at the moment of her death (3).'27. in mayne's hindu law, the law has been stated in the following terms; 'with the exception hereafter mentioned, a woman who succeeds as heir, whether to a male or to a ..... of legal conceptions borrowed from abroad, unless where they are absolutely, so to speak parl materia. the necessity of keeping a part the provisions of hindu law as regard gifts has also been emphasized by the judicial committee in various other cases, amongst which may be referred tegore v. tagore (2) and ..... 1925. 26. in moniram kolita v. kery lolitany, reported in 7 indian appeals 115 at 154, sir barnes peacock, j. held; 'according to the hindu law, a widow who succeeds to the estate of her husband in default of male issue, whether she succeeds by inheritance or survivorship as to which see the ..... , profulla choroni requittee v. satya choronl requittee, reported in and flam rattan v. bajrang lal, reported in : [1978]3scr963 and held; 'the next of hindu law and the aforesaid two decisions of this court and the earlier decisions of this court and the earlier decision in angurbala mullick's case (supra) show that shebaitship is ..... were her reverstoners. reliance in this connection has been placed on moniram kolita v. kerry kolitany, reported in (1880) l.r. 7 i.a. 115, mayne's hindu law. 12th edition, paragraph 674 at page 866, lala dunl chand & ors., v. musammat amar kal( & ors., reported in l.r 73 la. 187 and kalishankar .....

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Dec 01 2000 (HC)

Supratik Ghosh and anr. Vs. Pasari Housing Development (P) Ltd.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-01-2000

Reported in : (2001)1CALLT341(HC)

..... only with regard to the specific performance of the said agreement but also illegal termination of the development agreement and thus reference cannot be said to be not maintainable in law. it was contended that although in terms of the arbitration agreement entered into by and between the parties both of them are to nominate their own arbitrator, the same is .....

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May 18 2000 (HC)

Manohar Rajaram Chhabaria Vs. Union of India and Ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-18-2000

Reported in : (2000)3CALLT434(HC),[2002]110CompCas162(Cal)

..... sections 397/398 could not have been investigated simultaneously. the statutory power which vested in the central government to appoint directors had been delegated under the act to the company law board under section 408. likewise under provisions of section 398 a forum has been provided to the shareholders. by hearing both matters analogously the statutory rights of the respective ..... or to public interest. in other words, the appoint-ment of directors must be necessary to prevent continuance of mismanagement. we find that in the instant case, the company law board has proceeded on the above settled principles. it has come to certain conclusions with regard to financial mismanagement. it also found that whatever happened earlier continues as of ..... company petition no. 46 of 1996 filed by central government before the company law board under section 408 of the companies act, 1956. the central government had earlier conducted an inspection under section 209a and this report allegedly brought out certain financial mismanagement in ..... are that; proceedings were instituted by the employees' federation i.e. employees-shareholders under sections 235. 237, 397 and 398 of the companies act, 1956 before the company law board; the central government also supported the said petition by filing an affidavit; in the said affidavit filed on behalf of the central government, reference was also made to the .....

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Nov 28 2000 (HC)

Texmaco Ltd. Vs. Appellate Authority and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-28-2000

Reported in : (2003)IILLJ567Cal

..... said contention reliance has been placed on state of punjab v. labour court, jullundhur, reported in : (1981)illj354sc . it was also submitted that a settlement arrived at in violation of law may be ignored. reliance in this connection has been placed on workmen of delhi cloth general mills v. management, reported in air 1970 sc 1851 : 1969 (3) scc 303 : 1972 ..... a self-contained code. it was submitted that as closure has been effected without payment of any compensation, the same must be held to be illegal in the eye of law and, thus, the third respondent was continuing in his service. reliance in this connection has been placed on the definition of continuous service as contained in section 2-a of .....

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May 19 2000 (HC)

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and Anr. Vs. Indian Oil Corporation Mainte ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-19-2000

Reported in : (2000)3CALLT288(HC),[2001(88)FLR850],(2001)ILLJ643Cal

..... the petitioner on 9-7-98 (annexure-'c') and 29-7-98 (annexure-'d') and pass an appropriate order in accordance with law as expedltlously as possible and preferably within a period of four months from the date of communication of this order irrespective of the fact ..... . v. st. joseph teachers training college, reported in : [1991]2scr231 the apex court observed that court cannot grant relief on humanitarian ground contrary to law.41. in central board of secondary education & ors. v. adarsh kumar sedhwrayar& ors., reported in 1998(2) chn 61, the same principle has been ..... division bench of this court observed :--'in life insurance corporation of india v. mrs. asha ramchandra ambekar & anr, reported in : (1994)iillj173sc , the law has been laid down in the following terms : 'thus apart from the directions as to appointment on compassionate ground being against statutory provisions, such direction does ..... estopped and precluded from contending that they are the direct employees of the principal employer.28. in fact, mr. mitter accepted this position of- law.29. the power of the central government to issue a notification under sub-section (1) of section 10 involves human element. while exercising such ..... establishment, even those who belong to the minority union which had objected to the same. to that extent it departs from the ordinary law of contract. the object obviously is to uphold the sanctity of settlements reached with the active assistance of the conciliation officer and to discourage .....

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Aug 14 2000 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. J.P. Goal

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-14-2000

Reported in : [2001]247ITR555(Cal)

..... explained before the commissioner of income-tax in proceedings under section 132(11) that the cash was drawn from goel industries, afirm in which the assessee-hindu undivided family was a partner, on september 5, 1980, for payment to bishan dayal goel of steel trading company for supplied. the amount was received ..... 263 it is explained that the silver bars are assessed by the assessing officer in the hands of the wife of the karta of the assessee-hindu undivided family for the assess-merit year 1981-82, though the assessee claimed before the assessing officer that the source of the silver bars or ..... the cash was received its source has been explained, the creditors have been examined and they have confirmed the loan to goel industries, wherein the assessee-hindu undivided family is one of the partners.6. the assessee filed its return of income for the assessment year under appeal disclosing a total income of ..... that the karta of the assessee had got his wife's jewellery given at the time of marriage, melted at delhi through his father-in-law and had kept the primary gold thus obtained with him for the purpose of making new jewellery at calcutta. in the summary order passed under section ..... referred at the instance of the revenue reads as under :'whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the tribunal was justified in law in setting aside the order of the commissioner of income-tax under section 263 of the income-tax act, 1961, and restoring the original assessment order .....

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Feb 17 2000 (HC)

Harendra Nath Ghosh and ors. Vs. Subodh Kumar Ghosh and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-17-2000

Reported in : (2000)2CALLT254(HC),2000(1)CHN688

..... upon by mr. roychowdhury, the apex court was considering the doctrine of blending. the principle of blending is that where a member of a joint hindu family blends his self-acquired property with property of the joint family, either by bringing his self acquired property into a joint family account, or bringing ..... court specifically held that it would be open to the respondent before that court to urge all the points which are available to him under law.14. after reading the judgment as a whole, i find that the apex court directed rehearing of the appeal on all possible questions which ..... the two questions mentioned by the apex court in paragraph 2 of the judgment? (b) whether the learned first appellate court below committed error of law in not applying the proper tests which are required to be applied in deciding a question whether the disputed structure is the joint property of the ..... no. 1, i have formulated the following substantial questions of law for determination of this appeal :--(a) whether in view of decision of the apex court in civil appeal no. 2346 of 1991 the present appellant ..... of the fact that at the time of admission of the second appeal, the division bench admitting such appeal did not formulate any substantial question of law as required under section 100 of the code, after hearingmr. roychowdhury in support of this appeal and mr. roy appearing on behalf of the respondent .....

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Dec 08 2000 (HC)

Kartick Chandra Pradhan and ors. Vs. the State of W.B. and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-08-2000

Reported in : 2001CriLJ3825

..... prodhan and sankari prodhan a prima facie case is made out against said protap das and the accused protap das may be put up on trial in the court of law.10. the opposite party no. 2 protap das filed an application on 12-8-97 before the learned additional sessions judge, 6th court, midnapore praying for discharge from the case ..... the de facto complainant to save his family from such a shameful act, lodged a complaint with the police implicating the present petitioners, who are the husband and other in-laws of the victim.9. it is really surprising to note that after the aforesaid charge-sheet was submitted by the police, a supplementary charge-sheet was submitted by the police ..... the 'cow shed' the o.p. no. 2 protap das appeared there and both of them were found in some objectionable position. such incident was noticed by the mother-in-law of shibani and the aforesaid there witnesses. it was further stated by the said witnesses that having been caught red handed, protap das told the victim that there is no ..... non-payment of said rs. 5,000/- in time victim shibani (daughter of the de facto complainant) was subjected to torture and ill-treatment by her husband and other in-laws. as a result of such torture she committed suicide on 6-7-1992, by consuming poison.3. on completion of investigation charge-sheet was submitted by the police against all .....

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