Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Jan-24-1985
Reported in : ILR1985KAR688
..... his place, as required under rule 9(3) read with section 9 of the act.learned counsel for the petitioners contended that in view of the aforesaid two defects in the proceedings of the board its advice cannot be regarded as valid andconsequently the final notification of the state government must be declared invalid. in support ..... was less than 100 per cent neutralisation or at any rate not more than 100 per cent neutralisation, relying on the bases level of 100 points in 1960, is really an attack against the basic rate of minimum wages fixed in the impugnednotification. when the basic wages fixed are 'minimum wages' at or upto ..... method of calculation furnished, which is said to have been adopted in the l.i.c. was to calculate on the basis of minimum wage base of 1960 when the c.p.i. was 100, which is extracted earlier. on the basis, the learned counsel for workmen maintained that neutralisation, provided for did ..... stated as follows :'4. that the cost of living index is arrived at on the basis of prayer's formulai.e.,c.p.i. no. (bare 1960) =costof goods of consumer basket on current date mores 100costof goods of the same basket in 19605. that 100% neutralisation means increase in wages by the same ..... over and above 600 points of rise/increase in the consumer price index figures for industrial workers on the basis of state average in the series, of 1960-100 base.classification ofemployees :rate of cost of livingallowance :1.employees getting rs. 10/-or less than rs. 10-00 per day or rs. 300 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Feb-13-1985
Reported in : AIR1986Kant21; ILR1985KAR2477
..... vires of the act, which is binding on us. but, the same as also the reasons, if any on which the same, has been upheld has no relevance to judge its validity on the touch stone of arts. 14 and 19 of the constitution. 1, therefore, proceed to examine its validity on that ..... relevant portions of the judgments of the supreme court in state of madras v. v. g. rao : 1952crilj966 ; narendra kumar v. union of india : 2scr375 ; and laxmi khandasari v. state of u.p. : 3scr92 . however, in addition i shall refer to two more rulings of the supreme ..... the elected representatives of the people have in authorising the imposition of the restrictions, considered them to be reasonable'.in narendra kumar v. union of india, : 2scr375 a constitution bench of the supreme court expressed thus :'(16.) it is clear that, in these three cases, viz., chintaman rao's case, : [1950 ..... reasonableness of special procedure prescribed for the trial of offenders alleged to constitute a separate or distinct class.73. as long back as in 1960, it was said by this court in kangshari haidar that the propositions applicable to cases arising under art. 14 have been repeated so many ..... bihar : 1955crilj374 ; ram krishna dalmia v. s. r. tendolkar, : 1scr279 ; c. 1. emden v. state of u.p. : 2scr592 ; kangshari haldar v. state of west bengal, : 2scr646 ; jyoti pershad v. administrator for the union territory of delhi, : 2scr125 and state of gujarat v. shri ambica mills ltd., ahmedabad, : .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Sep-23-1985
Reported in : ILR1985KAR3872
..... in favour of the plaintiff? and(iv) whether the state had taken possession of any part of schedule ' a' property pursuant to the proceedings taken under the landacquisition act?13. we will take up the last contention first for consideration. it is concerned only with defendant-2. it is not in dispute ..... his title as follows :dodda annaiah reddy and chikka annaiah reddy were two of his predecessors. they were brothers. they were members of a joint hindu family. chikka annaiah reddy died leaving behind his son pillappa. the family owned among other lands, s.no.139 of kormangala village measuring 8 ..... mistake continued over the years in all subsequent documents prepared and transactions effected by the parties, perhaps, unconsciously.ex. p-11 dated february 29, 1960 is the sale deed under which gullamma and her children purported to sell the property bearing s. no. 139/2 measuring 4 acres 21 guntas ..... schedule 'a' property belongs to it since it forms part of the land purchased by it from gullamma under ex.p-11, dated february 29, 1960. while denying ownership of the plaintiff and interference with his possession, even in regard to the remaining portion of schedule 'a' property, it has ..... 2 measuring 4 acres 21 guntas. herrequest was also acceded to by the special deputy commissioner registering her as 'kadim' tenant.6. on february 29, 1960 gullamma, her children and grand-children joined together and purporting to sell the land in their possession executed the sale deed ex. p-11 in regard .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Apr-09-1985
Reported in : (1985)48CTR(Kar)88; ILR1985KAR1543; 155ITR81(KAR); 155ITR81(Karn)
..... k l j 256, a division bench of this court consisting of venkataswami and jagannatha shetty jj., dealing with a case of a disciplinary proceeding under the chartered accountants act, vide pages 258 and 259 (paras. 8, 9 and 10) have referred to with approval to some of the cases noticed by us ..... of accounts on the assumption that audited accounts will assist the income-tax department in making speedy assessments. in my view, the assumption is valid only if the scope and nature of audit are also changed. over the year auditors have tended to certify financial statements without making a ..... of account) and claims for deductions. audit would also help in the proper presentation of the accounts before the tax authorities, thereby making assessment proceedings more meaningful. further, in a vast majority of cases, it would save considerable time of the assessing officers which is at present spent on ..... representatives of the people have, in authorising the imposition of the restrictions, considered them to be reasonable.' 45. in narendra kumar v. union of india, : 2scr375 , a constitution bench of the supreme court, reviewing the earlier cases, explained the scope and ambit of this article in these words (p. 435) ..... ' occuring in s. 44ab refers to a person occurring in s. 2(31) of the act in which that term has been given an extensive but not an exhaustive meaning as to include (i) an individual, (ii) a hindu undivided family, (iii) a company, (iv) a firm, (v) an association of persons .....Tag this Judgment!