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Jan 06 1971 (SC)

Bharat Barrel and Drum Mfg. Co. (P) Ltd. Vs. the Collector of Customs, ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1971SC704; (1971)3SCC170

..... consignments distinct and decided them together as if there was no difference between the conditions of the two licences.6. the revision applications filed before the government of india were consolidated for the purpose of hearing and a single order was passed. the officer who heard the revision applications on behalf of the central government was of the view, and rightly ..... that we should set aside the order of the central government in respect of those four consignments and remit the fine in its entirety, leaving the central government free to hold an inquiry only with regard to the remaining two consignments covered by the collector's orders nos. s/10-22/64lc and s/10-71/64lc dated march 2, 1964 ..... was in contravention of the import control order no. 17/55 of december 7, 1955 issued under section 3 of the imports and exports (control) act, 1947, and punishable under section 112 of the customs act, 1962. the collector on that view passed an order imposing penalties for different amounts in respect of each of the consignments. the company preferred appeals to .....

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Mar 05 1973 (SC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Delhi (Now Jaipur) Vs. Mewar Textile Mills ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1973SC2600; [1973]91ITR542(SC); (1974)3SCC516

k.s. hegde, j.1. this is an appeal by certificate. it has a long history. the assessment with which we are concerned relates to the assessment year 1943-44. this case along with other cases appears to have come in this court earlier and the matter was remanded to the high court for disposal in accordance with the directions given by this court. thereafter, the high court called for a supplementary statement from the tribunal. the tribunal, after setting out the material facts, has referred the following question to the high court:whether the tribunal was right in its finding that the assessee would not be liable to tax in respect of the goods sold by the assessee on railway receipts in the names of the consignees to the tune of rs 2,73,488/- effected in the assessment year 1943-44the high court has answered that question in the affirmative in favour of the assessee.2. the assessee is a dealer in cloth in the bhilwara town in one of the former indian states. he sold certain bales of cloth to dealers in the then british india. the total price realised in respect of those sales in the assessment year in question was rs. 2,73,488/-. the question for consideration is whether the profits earned by those sales are taxable in british india.3. the tribunal came to the conclusion that the sales were effected at bhilwara. the title to those properties sold passed to the purchasers at bhilwara itself. the goods were put on rail at bhilwara and the railway receipts were taken in the names .....

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May 02 1974 (SC)

State of U.P. Vs. Ram Swarup and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1974SC1570; 1974CriLJ1035; (1974)4SCC764; [1975]1SCR409

..... effect of crime on the ordered growth of society is deleterious and the state governments are entrusted with the enforcement and execution of laws directed against prevention and punishment of crimes. they have, therefore, a vital stake in criminal matters which explains why all public prosecutions are initiated in the name ..... totality of facts and circumstances emerging out of the evidence in the case. in view of the considerations mentioned earlier we find it impossible to hold that ram swarup fired the shot in defence of his father ganga ram. the circumstances of the case negative the existence of such a right ..... death or grievous hurt will otherwise be the consequence of the assault. considering the nature of injuries received by ganga ram, it is impossible to hold that there could be a reasonable apprehension that he would be done to death or even that grievous hurt would be caused to him.17. ..... person goes with a gun to kill another, the intended victim is entitled to act in self-defence and if he so acts there is no right in the former to kill him in order to prevent him from acting in self-defence. while providing for the right of private defence, the penal code ..... in rishikesh singh v. state : air1970all51 explains the true nature and effect of the different types of presumptions arising under section 105 of the evidence act. as stated in that judgment, while the initial presumption regarding the absence of circumstances bringing the case within an exception may be met by showing .....

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Feb 02 1977 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) and anr. Vs. Vijay Chand Jain

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1977SC1302; 1977CriLJ812; (1977)2SCC405; [1977]2SCR952; 1977(9)LC240(SC)

..... being 'connected with', and we have no difficulty in holding that the currency in respect of which there has been contravention covers the sale proceeds of foreign currency, sale of which is prohibited under section 4(1). the intention of ..... words. this court in s. s. light railway co. ltd. v. upper doab sugar mills ltd. and anr. : 1983crilj1044 construing these words in section 3(14) of the indian railways act, 1890 has held that they are very wide. it seems to us that in the context of section 23(1b) 'in respect of' has been used in the sense of ..... fitness turns on the meaning of the words 'in respect of' accruing in section 23(1b) of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1947. for a proper appreciation of the question, it is necessary to refer to two other sections of the act, section 4(1) and section 23 (1)(a), before we turn to section 23 (1b). section 4(1) lays down .....

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Sep 27 1983 (SC)

S. Sivaswami Vs. V. Malaikannan and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1983SC1293; 1983(31)BLJR598; 1983(2)SCALE418; (1984)1SCC296; [1984]1SCR104

..... the illustration aforementioned contained in ex. p3 did not correctly reflect the position laid down in the rules and instructions. it follows that the high court was perfectly right in holding that the counting and declaration of the results in the instant case were vitiated by serious illegality and in directing a re-scrutiny and recounting of all the rejected votes ..... for the allegation made in the petition that the procedure adopted by the returning officer in the counting of votes was not in accordance with the relevant provisions of the act, the rules and the instructions. it was further found by the learned judge that the averment made in the petition that valid votes cast in favour of the 1st respondent ..... returning officer in the counting of votes and the declaration of the result of the election was not in accordance with the provisions of the representation of the people act (hereinafter called the act), the rules and the instructions issued in that regard.5. after a detailed discussion of the evidence adduced in the case the learned single judge of the high ..... of this appeal arising out of an election petition filed under sections 80 to 83, 98, 100(1)(d)(iii) and (iv) and section 101 of the representation of people act, 1951, we passed the following order announcing the decision arrived at by us :the appeal is dismissed with no order as to costs. all interim orders passed by this court .....

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Feb 06 1985 (SC)

Hyderabad Municipal Corporation Vs. M. Krishnaswami Mudaliar and Mudal ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1985SC607; 1986(1)ARBLR268(SC); 1985(1)SCALE212; (1985)2SCC9; 1985(17)LC602(SC)

..... work was completed according to the specifications and the time schedule fixed in the original contract. moreover in the instant case plaintiff had issued notice claiming interest under the interest act and the high court has, in modification of trial court's decree, awarded interest from the date of notice till payment. the claim for interest, therefore, was rightly allowed.4 .....

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Sep 24 1986 (SC)

State of Punjab Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1987SC188; 1987(35)BLJR171; 1987CriLJ151; 1986(0)KLT1297(SC); 1986(2)SCALE718; (1986)4SCC335; 1986(2)LC693(SC)

..... purposes. 2. in the present cases, the proceedings were still in their initial stages and the state government took a policy decision that in all cases which did not involve acts of serious personal violence or material destruction of state property, the prosecutions against the respondents i.e. employees of the posts & telegraph department who went on one day's token ..... strike on september 19, 1968 and who were not involved in any such acts of violence and destruction, should be withdrawn. in accordance therewith, the public prosecutors moved applications under section 494 of the code for permission to withdraw from the prosecutions. in due .....

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Oct 04 1989 (SC)

Hmm Limited and anr. Vs. Administrator, Bangalore City Corporation and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 1989(2)SCALE791; (1989)4SCC640a

..... respect of money collected or retained, refund, to which a citizen is entitled, must be made in a situation like this.13. we, therefore, hold that amounts should be refunded subject to the verification directed by the learned single judge of the high court of the amount of refund. the appeals is ..... under the brand name 'horlicks'. the petitioner used to manufacture the said product in its two factories situated at nabha in the state of punjab and rajamundhry in the state of andhra pradesh and marketed these throughout the country through its bottling and marketing centers situated in different parts of ..... applied to the municipality for refund of the amount paid pursuant to the exemption. granted by the government of india under the u.p. municipalities act, 1916. the respondent declined to refund the amount. in an action against the respondent, the trial court decreed the claim. the high court affirmed ..... which had originally been lawfully obtained by person who subsequently wrongfully converted them to his own use, unless such conversion was preceded by some new act of taking. if that is so, we are unable to agree with the construction suggested by the division bench. it was contended that ..... the high court of karnataka dated 24th march, 1988.3. there was a notification under section 98(2) of the city of bangalore municipal corporation act, 1949 dated 4th march, 1975 levying octroi, inter alia, on food drinks (including milk food) brought into the municipal limits of bangalore for sale .....

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Oct 11 1990 (SC)

State of Rajasthan Vs. Smt. Kamla

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1991SC967; 1991CriLJ602

..... , the high court on the scrutiny of the evidence has found thus:consequently, we are unable to hold that the recoveries of the ornaments and the axe at the instance of the appellant and in consequence of her information are beyond suspicion.7. coming to the imported piece ..... deceased at the time of the occurrence, were recovered in pursuance of the admissible portion of the statement of the respondent within the meaning of section 27 of the evidence act; (4) that the weapon of offence namely the axe was also recovered in pursuance of the statement of the respondent.6. regarding the recoveries of the ornaments and the axe .....

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Oct 15 1992 (SC)

Ranjit Singh Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1993SC1375; 1993CriLJ1804; 1992(3)Crimes853(SC); 1992(3)SCALE59; 1993Supp(2)SCC544

..... about mid-night. it was not, therefore, possible to identify the accused persons including the appellant, ranjit singh. the learned counsel has also contended that the high court erred in holding that since ranjit singh was known to some of the eye-witnesses from before, they had identified him at the time of incident. the learned counsel has also contended that ..... orderg.n. ray, j.1. this appeal has been preferred under section 2(a) of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970 against the judgment and order dated october 16, 1981 passed by the high court of judicature of bombay at aurangabad in criminal appeal no. 498 of 1978. the said .....

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