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Feb 14 1975 (HC)

Chandra Kishore and ors. Vs. Nanak Chand and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-14-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Delhi175

..... also to be considered, in that connection, i may now refer to the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956. section 20 of that act deals with the situations as far as defendant no. 1. is concerned. sub-section (3) of that section reads-'the obligation of a person to maintain his or her aged or infirm ..... hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956, as explained by me. this is one, around on which an interim order can be passed in favor of the 4th defendant on the application removed before this court.10. i propose now to deal with the application on the footing that an order cannot be passed in this manner because of section ..... right to get her marriage expenses from that estate. if there is no joint hindu family property she is entitled to get reasonable marriage expenses from defendant no. 1 under the express provisions of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956. what then would be the order in the present case? the marriage of ..... referred to above, was also a case in which it was held that the right of an un-married daughter to maintenance and marriage expenses out of the hindu joint family is in lieu of a share on partition and provision should accordingly be made for her in a decree for ..... an order cannot be passed being beyond the powers set out in section 94 of the code of civil procedure. on the other hand, the calcutta high court has taken the view that an interlocutory order can be passed permitting maintenance even when the matter is contested. in the judgment of a. n. .....

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Nov 17 1975 (HC)

Arya Samaj Education Trust, Delhi and ors. Vs. the Director of Educati ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-17-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi207

..... legislation contrary to, personal laws. the beginning of the reform was made with the hindus by the enactment of the hindu code in four installments, namely, the hindu marriage act, 1955, the hindu succession act, 1956, the hindu alinority and guardianship act, 1956 and the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956. before their enactment hindu law applied not only to hindus by religion but also to sikhs, buddhist and jains; by religion because the followers ..... the swaminarayan cult is an integral part of hinduism not only for the purposes of article 25 but for the constitution as such and also for the purposes of the hindu code.27. firstly, in the pleadings of the arya samajis it has never been stated that arya samaj is a religion separate from hinduism and that arya samajis are not hindus ..... area were to migrate to another. this is the non-technical sense of minority. to dispel the uncertainty when the word 'minority' is used in. these two different senses, it was dropped from article 29(1) and in its, place the words 'any section of the citizens' which now find part in article 29(1) were substituted.5. in article 30(1 ..... enforced by the state. constitution is the supreme law. religion being different from law, none of them will destroy the other. dr. luthera has charged indian legislatures with interfering with religion in the course of reform of the hindu law. ('the concept of the secular state in india' (1964) pages 96-97). this only means that some legislation is contrary to some .....

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Aug 19 1975 (HC)

Mohinder Pal Singh Vs. Kulwant Kaur

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-19-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi141; 12(1976)DLT135; 1975RLR514

..... gulf became wider and wider. (7) on october 6, 1967, the husband filed a petition under section 10 of the hindu marriage act, 1955, for judicial separation. he took two grounds. first he said that the wife is in ..... by pursuing further studies and take up a job. there is no evidence that the husband paid maintenance at any time to the wife. (39) in none of the letters not even in those ..... s attitude remained the same. he said that it was now too late in life for him to adopt a different attitude. the wife, on the other hand, said that she was not willing to break ..... fervant and sincere hope of one spouse that there will be a reconciliation cannot create a possibility of reconciliation when the other spouse is unreconciliable. (33) for these 21 years the husband and the wife have not ..... to india. on his return he was posted at kota. it was a non-family station. (6) in 1956 the wife left for england for further studies. she came back to india in 1959. in 1960 she took ..... . the husband was not willing to accept the wife. there is such engaging frankness in avowing it. (27) on july 29, 1975, i asked the parties to appear in court. i tried to know their ..... desertion since september, 1954. secondly he alleged that the wife had made his marital life 'a hell' by her conduct and he was labouring under a great mental strain and frustration. (8) the wife defended the petition. she denied these charges .....

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Feb 26 1975 (HC)

Amrik Singh Vs. State Etc.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-26-1975

Reported in : ILR1975Delhi69b; 1975RLR69

..... supreme court in john martin v. state of bengal, (writ petition no. 467 of 1974 decided on 21-1-75) a case under the maintenance of internal security act, 1971 that because the order of the state government rejecting his representation did not disclose any reasons his detention was invalid. their lordships referred to an ..... be acquitted if it is determined after the trial that his guilt has not been proved beyond reasonable doubt. it is thus clear that when process is issued under section 204 the proceedings just commence by way of an interlocutory order and attendance of the accused is requisitioned so that the court can hear both ..... an opinion that prima faice there is sufficient ground for proceeding but he does not have to write down his reasons in so many words for adopting that course. the purpose of the law will be quite satisfied it can be gathered from the record of the case that he applied his mind ..... noticed the law laid lown in chaildro deo singh v. prokash chandra, : [1964]1scr639 that :- 'wherethere was prima facie evidence, even though the person charged of an offence in the complaint might have a defense, the matter had to be left to be decided by the appropriate forum at the appropriate stage and ..... state of west bengal (supra) if there is much to be said on both sides the case is one for issue of process not for refusal.(27) the issue of process does not signify that the accused person has been found guilty of the offence complained of in any degree, it only recognizes .....

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Apr 15 1975 (HC)

Palam Potteries Vs. Commissioner of Sales Tax and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-15-1975

Reported in : [1976]38STC62(Delhi)

..... press cloth, machinery.12. crockery and stoneware goods.12. i also had a look at the original registration certificate issued under section 7 of the act (copy of which is annexure p 1), when the concerned file was produced by the revenue. whereas in column 2 the business was mentioned as 'manufacturing pottery goods' ( ..... the result, however, there having been no hearing of the petitioner nor even a finding on the question discussed, i have to adopt the same procedure that basu, j., adopted in the above said case, namely, to quash the notice as well as the order of cancellation (annexures p 6 and p ..... certain items of packing materials, namely, nails, strips, packing cases, etc., from the registration certificate, which was issued to the petitioner under section 7 of the act (annexure p 1 is copy of the said certificate).2. it seems passing strange that the petitioner was issued a show cause notice concerning such ..... kirpal's contention derives support from the observations of basu, j., in dabur (dr. s.k. barman) pvt. ltd. v. commercial tax officer, bhowanipore charge, and ors. [1967] 19 s.t.c. 447. while holding that only goods which are directly necessary for the manufacture of finished products, which would come ..... annexure p 3) has also been appended to the writ petition, wherein it has been clearly stated in column 5(f) that the packing charges have been included in the selling price. a representative copy of the bill issued to a customer has also been annexed as annexure p 4 .....

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May 30 1975 (HC)

Kangra Valley Slate Company Ltd., India Vs. the Union of ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-30-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi51

..... fresh assessment but 'subject to those directions' he had the same powers in a fresh assessment as he had originally when making an assessment under section 23 of the indian income-tax act, 1922. what had happened in this case was that the income-tax officer assessed the assessed in the original assessments ..... we have already stated, it will be putting a premium on the highhandedness of the state government to permit it to circumvent the law by -adopting a device like the present one. 14. before parting with the case, we may also record that shri hardev singh appeared for respondent no. ..... never advanced by it in those proceedings to defeat the petitioner's claim. in our view, it was not open to the central government to adopt the stand taken in the impugned order after the matter was remanded to it in terms of the mandamus to 'determine whether the petitioner company ..... has power to carry on trade or business as prescribed by article 298 of the constitution as amended in its , form by the seventh amendment act, 1956 and, a private individual cannot question the right of government to deal with mineral resources in the state in the manner they deem fit in the ..... government to hear the matter again and determine whether the petitioner-company is justified in claiming rights under subsections (1) and (4) of section 11 of the said act ...........4. the central government reconsidered the matter and communicated its decision to the petitioner-company by letter dated october 1, 1974 annexure x .....

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May 30 1975 (HC)

M.N. Soi Vs. New Delhi Municipal Committee and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-30-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Delhi236

..... for rent at rs. l,500.00 per month, the annual value of the house in question would be rs. 18,000.00 minus 10 per cent for maintenance. (10) according to the petitioner, by an order, rc/1361, dated september 25, 1941, the controller, new delhi, had fixed the fair rent for ..... and the tenant taking up the function of the controller, but would only be assessing the annual value, and for that assessment it would merely be adopting the standard rent which had been statutorily determined as a basis.' (36) in this connection, mr. nayyar drew our attention to the observations of the ..... and circumstances a fair rent of rs. 170.00 (rupees one hundred and seventy p.m.) (unfurnished) on annual tenancy, exclusive of house tax and irrigation water charges, is hereby fixed for house no. 15, prithvi raj road, new ddhi, under clause 5 of the rent control order 1939. sd/- f. t. jones, ..... whereby fair rent was fixed under the house or building in question under the new delhi rent control order, 1939, when the committee fixed the annual value and levied the house-tax for the years 1956-57 to 1960-61. but, so far as the years 1963-64, 1964-65 and 1965-66 are concerned ..... would have been fixed if application were made under the said section; and 4. an express prohibition in the municipal act like the one contained in section 26 of the calcutta municipal act, 1923, was immaterial because such a prohibition was implicit in the -definition of annual value.'(27) padma debi's case (supra) was followed in corporation .....

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Sep 22 1975 (HC)

K.K. Birla Vs. the Press Council of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-22-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi753

..... were in possession of this correspondence, and that the petitioner who had copics showed ins unwillingness to produce it, raising legal objections to the maintenance of the complaints and the jurisdiction of the press council to conduct the inquiry. in the circumstances, the press council considered that it was ..... of the editor's responsibilities and functions which relate to freedom of press or independence of thenewspaper. when this is done, the jurisdiction of the press council is attracted under section 12 of the act to preserve the editor's freedom of press and to maintain its independence. it will be ..... case.'there arc dicta and passages to be found in three judgments of the supreme court on what is real likelihood of bias and the measure to be adopted in finding it out. (48) in manak lal v. dr. prem chand, : [1957]1scr575 (17) rajendagadkar j. who spoke for the supreme ..... member of the profession, so that on that ground they are not be considered as complainants here-as persons who are bringing forward this charge- and there was hardly any contention that their position as members of the union did actually involve a bias which would prevent them from ..... 25 provides freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of of religion; article 26 provides freedom to manage religious affairs; article 27 provides freedom as to payment of taxes for promotion of any particular religion; article 28 provides freedom as to attendance at religious institution or religious .....

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Dec 18 1975 (HC)

Bahadur Singh Etc. Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-18-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi375

..... to be in force, no acquisition proceedings were legally competent within the boundaries of the cantonment except us provided for in section 110 of the cantonment act.(27) section 110 of the cantonment act, it was submitted, provides that when there is any hinderance to the permanent or temporary acquisition upon payment of any land required by a cantonment board for the ..... on such streets ; (ii)constructing, establishing or maintaining public parks, drinking fountains, tanks, wells and other works of public utility; (iii)reclaiming unhealthy localities ; and (iv)adopting any measure likely to promote the safety, health or convenience of the inhabitants of the cantonment. (28) the above discretionary functions, it was urged, enjoined upon the board were not ..... directing the chief commissioner, delhi, to exercise the powers and discharge the functions of the central government under the provisions of the land acquisition act. after the enactment of the seventh constitution (amendment) act, 1956, delhi was designated as a union territory which under article 239(1) shall be administered by the president through an administrator to be ..... in the board on payment by it of the compensation awarded under the act and of the charges incurred by the government in connection with the acquisition proceedings. it is, thereforee evident that the purpose of acquisition of any land under section 110 of the cantonment act is a limited purpose for carrying out the discretionary functions enjoined on .....

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