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Jun 29 2005 (TRI)

Sanjeevan Medical Centre Vs. Ito

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

..... on accrual basis except consumption of medicines and consumables which are accounted on purchase basis.the learned authorised representative further contended that non-maintenance of stock register by the assessee was duly mentioned in the financial statement as well as audited by the auditors in their audit ..... during the entire year under consideration. it means that the learned authorised representative admitted that the accounts prepared by the assessee and system adopted by him for the purchase of the items under consideration before me and consumption of the same cannot disclose the real cost of ..... the assessee has furnished each and every information and document asked/directed by the assessing officer on receipt of notices under section 143(2) of the income tax act. the assessee has not maintained any stock records for medicines, surgical and drugs and other consumables as they were numerous in ..... consumed while serving/ treating numerous patients. the patients are not billed in specific terms for such medicines and consumables since the patients are charged professional services-fee for medical treatment rendered to them.9. in support of his contentions that as the subject-matter /issue relating to ..... to assessment year under consideration so, the assessing officer had the basis to estimate the stock at rs. 1,75,000, more so, when the assessee has shown.13. lastly, the learned departmental representative relying upon the following observations of the apex court in the case of cit .....

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Jan 18 2002 (HC)

Brahma Chellaney Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2002IIIAD(Delhi)465; 2002(63)DRJ792

..... this power must be kept in severely judicious leash.many rulings of the high courts, pro and con, were cited before us to show that an award under section 10-a of the act is insulated from interference under article 226 but we respectfully agree with the observations of gajendragadkar, j. (as the then was) in engineering mazdoor sabha, : (1962)iillj760sc which ..... is a public law remedy. in rohtas industries ltd. v. rohtas industries staff union, : (1976)illj274sc it was submitted before the constitution bench that an award under section 10-a of the industrial disputes act, 1947 savours of a private arbitration and was not amenable to correction under article 226 of the constitution. the court said as under (at p. 429 of ..... may be made therein under article 372 apply for the interpretation of the constitution as it applies for the interpretation of an act of the legislature of the dominion of india. 'person' under section 2(42) of the general clauses act shall include any company, or association or body of individuals, whether incorporated or not. constitution is not a statute. it is a ..... fountain head of all the statutes. when the language of article 226 is clear, we cannot put shackles on the high courts to limit .....

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Apr 24 2003 (HC)

Assn. of Victims of Uphaar Tragedy and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) a ...

Court : Delhi

Reported in : II(2003)ACC114; 2003ACJ1631; 2003IIIAD(Delhi)321; 104(2003)DLT234; 2003(68)DRJ128; 2003RLR333

..... fault and excessive gas pressure (buchholtz relay) - [violation of rule 64 (a) of ie rules, 1956] (b) records of all tests, tripping and maintenance work and repairs of the equipments, cables and supply cables had not been maintained in such a way ..... of police system in delhi in 1978, the commissioner of police was notified as the licensing authority under the act. under section 10 of the act, license to be granted to a cinema hall can be either annual or temporary or casual. all cinemas ..... aforesaid matter. dealing with the contention of the private respondents that they had an apprehension that the high court might adopt some procedure of appointing a commission to gather certain facts which, by itself, may not be sufficient to dispose of ..... of not less than 250 lbs. square inch. (4) during an exhibition all fire extinguishing appliances shall be in charge of some person or persons specially appointed for this purpose. such persons need not be employed exclusively in looking after ..... necessary to carry as part of the developmental programme, this rule, evolved in the 19th century at a time when all these developments of science and technology had not taken place cannot afford any guidance in evolving any standard of ..... adjoining the transformer room was concerned, the same was constructed near the car parking exit door as per the completion certificate. 27. as already mentioned above, immediately after the incident of fire, the lieutenant governor of delhi had instituted an inquiry committee .....

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Jul 07 2000 (HC)

R.P. Tewari Vs. Gen. Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and ors.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 86(2000)DLT727; [2000(87)FLR124]

..... used for sampling purpose, and thereforee, this can be construed as having been planted through shri ashok kumar, casual workman to save himself. by apim (maintenance) shri verghese and sh y. kumar, aviation supdt, who were present at the palam airport terminal did not see shri tewari. in case shri tewari ..... av gas from the technical area of air force. he has abused and misused his official osition as an aviation supdt, for the above acts. the charges of theft and misappropriation in connection with the orporation's property is also proved as he had taken two containers of 20 litres capacity each ..... . accordingly, if certified copy of the extract of occu-rence dated 12th december, 1981 was produced, it was a right course of action being adopted in these circumstances. petitioner did not suffer any prejudice and was right to cross examine on this document. the authenticity of the document cannot be ..... -chief in his cross-examination of the petitioner had confirmed that on 12th december, 1981 he met cpl. chahar who showed him the occurrence book when the incident was recorded. this is further confirmed by him that this is the certified true extract of the same occurrence. book as seen by ..... incident, you admitted bringing two contain ers filled with product and keeping the same through shri ashok kumar, casual worker, in the workshop. however, when investigation was made in your presence in the workshop on 24-2-81, it was revealed that instead of 2 containers of 20 litres capacity each .....

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Jan 01 1995 (HC)

Hem Raj Arya and ors. Vs. Election Commission, Delhi

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1995(32)DRJ231

..... election commissioner, national capital territory of delhi and the petition is resisted. in so far as the notification dated 31 december 1993, issued under proviso to sub-section (1) of section 7e of the act for adopting the electoral rolls of the assembly constituencies for holding the general elections to mcd, is concerned, it is stated that earlier also a writ petition challenging the ..... . mr. chaudhry has been at pains to suggest that there is no difficulty in evolving a correct principle for the purpose either with reference to the polling station number or charge number and block number as given in the census book. mr. chaudhry has also submitted that there is no need for division of 134 wards in five groups as was ..... of reservation of seats, it is not for this court to go into the minute details of the manner oi reservation particularly when the court is neither conceived with any statutory formula which had to be applied to test the correctness of the method adopted nor any precise fool proof mathematical formula can be spelt out for the said purpose. the method ..... interest particularly when the grievance of the petitioners about the reservation of both the wards in some assembly constituencies has been redressed. (10) in order to appreciate the rival contentions it would be appropriate at this stage to notice relevant provisions of the act on the basis whereof arguments have been addressed for and against the impugned notification. these are sections 3 and .....

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May 29 2009 (HC)

Goenka Institute of Education and Research Vs. Anjani Kumar Goenka and ...

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2009(40)PTC393(Del)

..... of the same. in other words registration of a trade mark does not provide a defence to the proceedings for passing off as under section 27(2) of the act a prior user of trade mark can maintain an action for passing off against any subsequent user of an identical trade mark including a ..... court after evidence is led in the suit. even so for the limited purpose of considering the prayer for interlocutory injunction which is intended for maintenance of status quo, the trial court rightly held that the plaintiff has established a prima facie case and irreparable prejudice in its favour which calls ..... trustees sh. shyam sunder goenka & sh. ashutosh goenka and which trust is also running various institutions including the institutions stated in (i) above. the adoption and user of the trademark is therefore claimed to be honest.(iii) the word 'goenka' being a common surname is per se not distinctive and to ..... meaning after trial of the case but as of today no injunction can be granted to the respondents because the two trademarks are not identical and when the tests for deceptive similarity are applied there is enough material to hold that there is no deceptive similarity especially because, whereas the appellant is ..... is not a case where the defendants have to commence enterprise. real challenge is to defendants 5 and 6 who have been in business since 1956 and 1974 respectively. in the light of the prima facie facts noted above, balance of convenience and irreparable loss and injury, i am of the .....

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Apr 29 2013 (HC)

Ramu Vs. Management of Bengal Educational and Cultural Asso

Court : Delhi

..... the petitioners on the same lines as the cases of other employees, who were serving on the date when the school was derecognized. also directed that the respondent school must adopt fair and legal procedure.27. in my considered opinion, order dated 20.08.2009 passed by the learned tribunal has not been ..... by the petitioner for the reasons that said amount was not as per the order dated 20.08.2009.14. he further submitted that section 10 of the act does not deal with the de-recognition of the school, however, if the school had been derecognised, then the petitioner is entitled for ..... rs.10,555/- offered by the respondent nos. 1 and 2 before the learned tribunal is not the actual salary, as per section 10 of the delhi school education act, 1973 read with rule 121 of the delhi school education rules, 1973.30. the petitioners were working on a meagre salary. they ..... calculate the compensation and disburse in favour of the workers / employees. since the school had already been derecognized prior to termination, therefore, section 10 of delhi school education act is not applicable.24. it is further submitted that petitioners were beldars. as per their admitted salary, cheque of the same had been ..... th class employee with the counterparts of the employees in the schools of directorate of education.3. further seeking the benefits under section 10 of the delhi school education act, 1973 with a direction to the respondents to make the payment of back wages from october, 2003 to 20.08.2009 i .....

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Apr 29 2013 (HC)

Sheela Vs. the Management of Bengal Educational and Cultural

Court : Delhi

..... the petitioners on the same lines as the cases of other employees, who were serving on the date when the school was derecognized. also directed that the respondent school must adopt fair and legal procedure.27. in my considered opinion, order dated 20.08.2009 passed by the learned tribunal has not been ..... by the petitioner for the reasons that said amount was not as per the order dated 20.08.2009.14. he further submitted that section 10 of the act does not deal with the de-recognition of the school, however, if the school had been derecognised, then the petitioner is entitled for ..... rs.10,555/- offered by the respondent nos. 1 and 2 before the learned tribunal is not the actual salary, as per section 10 of the delhi school education act, 1973 read with rule 121 of the delhi school education rules, 1973.30. the petitioners were working on a meagre salary. they ..... calculate the compensation and disburse in favour of the workers / employees. since the school had already been derecognized prior to termination, therefore, section 10 of delhi school education act is not applicable.24. it is further submitted that petitioners were beldars. as per their admitted salary, cheque of the same had been ..... th class employee with the counterparts of the employees in the schools of directorate of education.3. further seeking the benefits under section 10 of the delhi school education act, 1973 with a direction to the respondents to make the payment of back wages from october, 2003 to 20.08.2009 i .....

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Aug 19 2013 (HC)

Shashank Shandilya Vs. Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University and a ...

Court : Delhi

..... by retaining the good students; and (ii) to maintain the student-teacher ratio on the basis of which maintenance grant is given to the college by the university grant commission. a division bench of this court, inter ..... migrate may be discretionary but the discretion is required to be exercised on sound legal principles and by adopting just, fair and reasonable approach. ordinarily this court may not interfere in exercise of discretion in academic ..... or from the university. therefore, the institute has to meet its expenses only from the fees it charges from the students. if noc is granted to the petitioner, there is a likelihood of one seat ..... leaving the college mid-stream. both the respondent no.2 gargi college & the respondent no.3 hindu college are financed by the university grants commission and are not dependant on the fee of the students ..... teachers. the appellants, instead of implementing the direction, sought to terminate the services of certain teachers and when the permission to remove the services of the said teachers was rejected by the university, they decided ..... school was not a state and that it was run by a society registered under the societies registration act. jurisdiction of this court under article 226 of the constitution is not confined to the authority which ..... technology, which is affiliated to guru gobind singh indraprastha university, in the academic year 2012-13. on 27.06.2013, the petitioner applied to respondent no. 2 for grant of noc required for obtaining migration .....

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Dec 02 2014 (HC)

Sandeep Kumar Singh Vs. Union of India and ors

Court : Delhi

..... go out of the way to accommodate the respondent no.3 over the head of the petitioner, as alleged. as noted earlier, when scrutinizing the selection procedure adopted by the respondent/employer, the court is not expected to evaluate the relative merits/demerits of the methodology of recruitment; it has ..... category, a relaxation was given and the candidates applying under the said categories were required to have obtained 35% marks in each section and the aggregate marks in all sections was fixed as 45%. in reply to a question about the availability of eligible qualified candidates category-wise for the subject post, ..... he was denied the appointment. furthermore, the conflicting information furnished by the respondent no.2/bank in the proceedings initiated by the petitioner under the rti act for gathering information about the results, made the results appear to be questionable. because initially, in its reply this was so dated 6.2. ..... more marks in the written examination and by giving preference to the candidate who is more senior in age, vis- vis the other candidate.27. no doubt, the aforesaid practice evolved by the respondent no.2/bank does not find any mention in the selection procedure stipulated in the ..... bank to file a brief affidavit giving clarifications along with the relevant documents.12. an affidavit was filed the respondent no.2/bank on 27.10.2014, along with a copy of the subject advertisement, a copy of an earlier advertisement dated 25.4.2011 inviting applications for a .....

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