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Sep 21 2000 (HC)

P. Purushotham Reddy Vs. Managing Director, Patc, Vellore, Tamil Nadu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-21-2000

Reported in : 2002ACJ1011; 2000(6)ALD104; 2000(5)ALT716

..... . narayana contended that the tribunal committed an error in applying the theory of the contributory negligence and has failed to assess the just compensation as contemplated under the provisions of law. he has drawn our attention to the judgment of delhi high court in delhi transport corporation v. kumari lalitha, air 1982 del. 558, wherein it is held that the damages .....

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Aug 18 2000 (HC)

Y.S. Nanji Reddy Vs. the State of A.P., Rep. by P.P. Through Station H ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-18-2000

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD(Cri)546

ordern.y. hanumanthappa, j. 1. aggrieved by the order of the addl. sessions judge, hindupur, passed in crl. a. no. 28/94 dated 2-10-1994 confirming the conviction and sentence passed in s.c.no.231/92 on the file of the assistant sessions court, penukonda, the accused preferred this revision. on 6-12-1996, this court passed an order dismissing the crl. revision petition. the said order reads as follows:' perused the record. the learned sessions judge has given cogent and convincing reasons in support of his findings and the sentence imposed is in proportion to the gravity of the offence committed by the accused. therefore, i see no good grounds to interfere with the judgment under challenge. accordingly, the revision is dismissed. ' 2. subsequently sri padmanabha reddy, learned sr. counsel appearing for the revision petitioner made an oral request that the said order has to be recalled for the reason that the counsel for the petitioner was unable to attend the court when the case was called on 6-12-1996 as neither the case was listed in the cause list nor a notice was given to the advocate. the learned counsel further submitted that the petitioner has got a good case on merit. if the order dated 6-12-1996 is not recalled which was passed without affording an opportunity of hearing great prejudice will be caused to the petitioner. to know the truth or otherwise whether the case was listed in the cause list dated 6-12-1996, the case was called on 10-12-1997. with a direction to .....

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Aug 24 2000 (HC)

Dhartipakad Madan Lal Agrawal

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-24-2000

Reported in : 2000(4)MPHT131; 2000(3)MPLJ318

..... argument, which is either intemperate or unparliamentary and which has the tendency to interfere in the administration of justice and undermine the dignity of the court and the majesty of law. no system of justice can tolerate such unbridled licence on the part of a person, be he a lawyer, to permit himself the liberty of scandalising the court by ..... brought in the court with the interval of every two minutes;(iii) (a) posing himself to be a future rashtrapati (president of india), the contemner exclaimed that he will enact laws to prevent judges from becoming autocrats;(b) he would enact legislation requiring every high court/supreme court judge to write a separate opinion;(iv) he reminded us of his towering ..... the same amounts to a flagrant onslaught on the independence of the judiciary, destructive of the orderly administration of justice and a challenge to the supremacy of the rule of law. even a cursory reading of the remarks made against the learned judge of the high court unambiguously showed that the potentially prejudicial utterances and the outrageous allegations rumbustiously and invectively ..... a threat in argument. humility is not servility and courtesy and politeness are not lack of dignity. self-restraint and respectful attitude towards the court, presentation of correct facts and law with a balanced mind and without overstatement, suppression, distortion or embellishment are requisites of good advocacy. a lawyer has to be a gentleman first.7. in case of mohd. zahir .....

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Nov 20 2000 (HC)

Chhotanagpur Refractories Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Nov-20-2000

Reported in : 2001(49)BLJR36

..... have filed a detailed petition before the joint commissioner of commercial taxes but the latter rejected the aforesaid petition on the ground that the same is not in accordance with law. 4. the respondent-commercial taxes department filed a counter affidavit stating, inter alia, that the petitioner cannot avail the facilities of deferment of tax on the ground that such facilities .....

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Mar 07 2000 (HC)

Purna Chandra Rout Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Mar-07-2000

Reported in : 89(2000)CLT661; 2000(I)OLR433

..... are not conscious thereof, it is high- time to take note of the legal position and attend to the representations of the detenu in accordance with law expeditiously. but, if inspite of being conscious of the legal position they continue to deal with the representations in casual or indifferent manner, it only suggests ..... that the detenu was likely to be released on bail and in that event, he was likely to indulge in such prejudicial activities affecting public order. law is well settled in this regard that subsisting custody of a detenu by itself does not invalidate the order of preventive detention. but while passing an order ..... detenu continued and had gone beyond the normal law and order channel and as it was not possible to deter the detenu from committing offences affecting public order, there was no other way than to ..... and to maintain peace in the locality, cases under sections 107 and 110 of the cr.p.c. were also initiated against the petitioner by the law enforcing agency. in spite of all this, when it was not possible to curb the anti-social activities of the detenu, and the activities of the ..... that from the grounds of detention it is evident that the criminal activities of the detenu were receiving such momentum day-by-day that the normal law of the land was not sufficient to curb his anti-social activities, and with a view to maintain public order as well as peace and tranquillity .....

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Mar 27 2000 (SC)

Commissioner of Income Tax, Bhopal Vs. Hindustan Elector Graphites Ltd ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-27-2000

Reported in : JT2000(3)SC499; 2000(2)SCALE519; (2000)3SCC595; [2000]2SCR506

..... . assessee could not have suffered additional tax but for the finance act, 1990. after he had filed his return of income, which was correct as per law on the date of filing of the return, it was thereafter that the cash compensatory support also came within the sway of section 28. when additional tax ..... included as income and had clearly offered to include the same in any assessment if the basis is shown to exist. additionally, the change in the law by amendment of section 28 took place several months after the return was filed by the assessee. this court is not determining the validity of the amendment ..... a correct return, it would follow that the date for judging the question of adjustment must be the actual date of the return in the light of the law then prevailing. to hold otherwise, manifestly shocks one's sense of justice that an act, correct at the time of doing it, should become incorrect by ..... of additional tax. the obligation is to file a correct return within the time specified, that is to say, a return, which is correct according to law in force, when it is required to be filed. it was not disputed that the return when filed by the assessee could not be termed out of ..... that there was limitation on the power under section 143(1)(a) and that the assessing officer must determine the questions of assessment thereunder by applying the law prevailing when the return was filed. one has to see the nature of the obligation to which an assessee is subjected in filing his return and .....

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May 04 2000 (SC)

State of Rajasthan Vs. Harphool Singh (Dead) Through His L.Rs.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-04-2000

Reported in : JT2000(5)SC546; 2000(4)SCALE336; (2000)5SCC652; 2000(2)LC931(SC)

..... case. the first appellate court as well as the high court ought to have seen that perverse findings not based upon legally acceptable evidence and which are patently contrary to law declared by this court cannot have any immunity from interference in the hands of the appellate authority. the trial court has jumped to certain conclusions virtually on no evidence ..... counsel appearing for the respondents-legal representatives of the plaintiff, with equal force and vehemence contended that the findings of the courts below concurrently recorded are quite in accordance with law and do not call for interference in this appeal. the learned counsel, at length, invited our attention to the findings of the courts below, the copy of the plaint ..... impliedly. hence, this appeal by the state.7. shri sushil kumar jain, learned counsel appearing for the state of rajasthan, strenuously contended that the courts below committed serious errors of law in upholding the claim of adverse possession projected by the plaintiff and that such findings were based more on hypothetical assumption of vital and necessary facts, based on mere surmises ..... , by merely reproducing the findings of the nature adverted to by us, a mechanical affirmation seems to have been made of them without any reference to the principles of law or the criteria to be satisfied before the claim of the plaintiff of perfection of title by adverse possession could be sustained, involving correspondingly destruction of title of the state .....

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Jul 24 2000 (SC)

M/S Patheja Bros. Forgings and Stamping and anr. Vs. I.C.i.C.i. Ltd. a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-24-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC2553; 2000(4)ALLMR(SC)243; [2000]102CompCas21(SC); 2000(3)CTC612; JT2000(8)SC252; 2000(5)SCALE277; (2000)6SCC545; [2000]Supp1SCR662; 2000(2)LC1205(SC)

..... implementation or where an appeal under section 25 relating to an industrial company is pending, then, notwithstanding anything contained in the companies act, 1956(1 of 1956), or any other law or the memorandum and articles of association of the industrial company or any other instrument having effect under the said act or other ..... law, no proceedings for the winding up of the industrial company or for execution, distress or the like against any of the properties of the industrial company or for the appointment .....

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Mar 27 2000 (SC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Hindustan Electro Graphites Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-27-2000

Reported in : (2000)160CTR(SC)8; [2000]243ITR48(SC)

..... assessee. could not have suffered additional tax but for the finance act of 1990. after he had filed his return of income, which was correct as per law on the date of filing of the return, it was thereafter that the cash compensatory support also came within the sway of section 28. when additional tax ..... included as income and had clearly offered to include the same in any assessment if the basis is shown to exist. additionally, the change in the law by amendment of section 28 took place several months after the return was filed by the assessee. this court is not determining the validity of the amendment ..... a correct return, it would follow that the date for judging the question of adjustment must be the actual date of the return in the light of the law then prevailing. to hold otherwise, manifestly shocks one's sense of justice that an act, correct at the time of doing it, should become incorrect by ..... levy of additional tax. the obligation is to file a correct return within the time specified, that is to say, a return which is correct according to law in force, when it is required to be filed. it was not disputed that the return when filed by the assessee could not be termed out of ..... that there was limitation on the power under section 143(1)(a) and that the assessing officer must determine the question of assessment thereunder by applying the law prevailing when the return was filed. one has to see the nature of the obligation to which an assessee is subjected in filing his return and .....

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Jan 25 2000 (HC)

Govindasamy Vs. the President of India, Government of India, New Delhi ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-25-2000

Reported in : 2000(1)CTC432

..... the sentence of death inexecutable and to this extent the decision in vaitheeswaran's case, : 1983crilj693 cannot be said to lay down the correct law and therefore to that extent stands overruled'.65. his lordship mr.justice jagannatha shetty, j., in his separate judgment has held that time taken ..... unreasonable way as to offend the constitutional guarantee that no person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law. the appropriate relief in such a case to vacate the sentence of death'.54. in the decision in sher singh v. state of punjab : ..... resulted in passing the impugned order. it is also frankly conceded by shri. anand swaroop, the learned counsel for the petitioner, that the law does not enjoin upon the state government, in view of the wide powers given to it under section 401 of the code of criminal procedure ..... of the president and his ministers. ............. ........... ...........(323) evidence act is a pre-constitution enactment. section 123 enacts a rule of english common law that no one shall be permitted to give evidence derived from unpublished official records relating to affairs of state except with the permission of the concerned ..... were similar to the powers of crown under british parliamentary system. from 1937, when the government of india act 1935 came into force, the law of pardon in india was contained in section 295 of the act and in sections 401 and 402 of the criminal procedure code 1898. the result, .....

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