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Nov 15 1968 (SC)

Management of Fertilizer Corporation of India Vs. the Workmen

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-15-1968

Reported in : AIR1970SC867; [1971(21)FLR73]; 1970LabIC743; (1970)IILLJ25SC; [1969]2SCR706

..... management would not even agree to implement the directions given by the central government. it was very evasive in its replies when pressed to act upon the cabinet decision. several mediation talks were held and conciliation also failed. therefore, under those circumstances, the workmen honestly felt that a responsible body like the appellant was notamenable to reason and hence a sense ..... days, it would be forced to adopt agitational approaches to seek compliance with its demands. the management did not comply with this demand regarding payment of bonus and attempts at mediation failed and the workmen went on strike from october 17, 1966 and the reference to adjudication was made on november 2, 1966.14. before the tribunal the workmen pressed their .....

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Nov 28 1968 (SC)

Malkiat Singh and anr. Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-28-1968

Reported in : (1969)1SCC157

ramaswami, j.1. this appeal is brought, by special leave, from the judgment of the punjab high court, dated november 4, 1965, by which criminal revision petition no. 263 of 1965 and criminal miscellaneous case no. 224 of 1965, were dismissed. 2. the case of the prosecution is that on october 19, 1961, sub-inspector banarasi lal of food and supplies department was present at samalkha barrier along with head constable badan singh and others. the appellant malkiat singh then came driving truck no. p. n. u. 967. babu singh was the cleaner of that truck. the truck carried 75 bags of paddy weighing about 140 maunds. as the export of paddy was contrary to law, the sub-inspector took into possession the truck as also the bags of paddy. it is alleged that the consignment of paddy was booked from lakerkotia on october 18, 1961, by qimat rai on behalf of messrs. sawan ram chiranji lal. the consignee of the paddy was messrs devi dayal brij lal of delhi. it is alleged that qimat rao also gave a letter, ex. p-3, addressed to the consignee sawn ram and chiranji lal were partners of messrs. sawan ram chiranji lal and they were also prosecuted. in the trial court malkiat singh admitted that he was driving the truck which was loaded with 75 bags of paddy and the truck was intercepted at samalkha barrier. according to malkiat singh, he was given the paddy by the transport company at malerkhotla for being transported to delhi. the transport company also gave him a letter assuring him that it was .....

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Dec 03 1968 (SC)

Payment of Wages Inspector Vs. Surajmal Mehta and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-03-1968

Reported in : AIR1969SC590; 1969(17)BLJR821; [1969(18)FLR284]; (1969)ILLJ762SC; 1969MhLJ848(SC); [1969]2SCR1051

shelat, j. 1. this appeal, by certificate, is directed against the judgment and order of the high court of madhya pradesh andraises the question of the scope of jurisdiction of the authority under the payment of wages act, 4 of 1936 (hereinafter referred to as the act). 2. on the licence of the barnagar electric supply and industrial company, of which respondent 1 was at all material times the managing director, having been revoked by the madhya pradesh government and the company's undertaking having been taken over by the madhya pradesh electricity board, respondent 1 served notices on the company's employees that their services would no longer be required as from october 1, 1962, thereupon the appellant on behalf of 20 employees of the company filed an application under section 15(2) of the act to recover from respondent 1 wages for the notice month and retrenchment compensation amounting to rs. 12,853.60p. payable to the employees under section 25ff of the industrial disputes act, 1947. on respondent 1 contesting the claim as also the jurisdiction of the authority, the authority raised certain preliminary issues, namely : (1) whether the said application was maintainable in view of the revocation of the company's licence, (2) whether the authority had jurisdiction to determine the liability of respondent 1 for retrenchment compensation before the amount thereof was ascertained under section 33c(2) of the industrial disputes act and (3) whether in view of the services of .....

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Nov 20 1968 (SC)

Bai Radha Vs. the State of Gujarat

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-20-1968

Reported in : AIR1970SC1396; 1970CriLJ1279; (1970)GLR623; (1969)1SCC43; [1969]2SCR799

..... discretion, so far as the requisition of the services of the respectable inhabitants was concerned the direction was mandatory and the legislature by insisting on the presence of one woman mediator at the time of search had undoubtedly chosen to safeguard the interest of the persons with whom the act was intended to deal. in that case the services of a ..... woman mediator had not been requisitioned at all. the search was held to be altogether illegal with the result that the accused person in that case was acquitted and his acquittal was .....

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Apr 18 1968 (SC)

State of Madras Vs. N.K. Nataraja Mudaliar

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-18-1968

Reported in : [1968]3SCR829; [1968]22STC376(SC)

..... that would fall within the purview of art. 301. the argument that all taxes should be governed by art. 301 whether or not their impact on trade is immediate or mediate, direct or remote, adopts in our opinion, an extreme approach which cannot be upheld.' 16. in a recent judgment of this court in the andhra sugars ltd. and another v .....

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Dec 20 1968 (SC)

Rama Rao and anr. Vs. Narayan and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-20-1968

Reported in : AIR1969SC724; (1969)71BOMLR696; 1969CriLJ1064; 1969MhLJ597(SC); (1969)1SCC167; [1969]3SCR185

..... , not to the source of tribunal's authority, or to any peculiarity in the method adopted of creating it (though it is undoubtedly a consideration that it derives its powers mediately or immediately from the crown) but to the general character of its powers and activities. if it has power to regulate legal rights by the delivery of definitive judgment and .....

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Jul 30 1968 (SC)

Nirshi DhobIn and anr. Vs. Dr. Sudhir Kumar Mukherjee and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-30-1968

Reported in : AIR1969SC864; 1970(0)BLJR508; [1969]1SCR469

..... way in which the expression 'under raiyat' has been defined in section 4, bengal tenancy act. an under-raiyat has been defined to be a tenant who holds immediately or mediately under a raiyat. it is not stated here, as in the case of a raiyat, that he must hold also for purposes of cultivation. it may be argued that this .....

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Mar 06 1968 (FN)

Volkswagenwerk Ag Vs. Fmc

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-06-1968

..... to these demands, and the ensuing strike tied up shipping for almost three months at all pacific ports. president roosevelt appointed a national longshoremen's board to intervene, after a mediation board had failed to settle the dispute. the union and management agreed to submit to arbitration by the board, and to end the strike while arbitration was proceeding. both sides ..... existing contract also had to be filed with the board. the contracts did not require approval by the board, but were to be used to assist the board in its mediation activities and in its promotion of peaceful settlement of labor disputes. [ footnote 3/9 ] the board was instructed in the 1938 act to submit to congress by 1940 its recommendations ..... , and congress, in 1938, amended the act, creating a maritime labor board (mlb) with the duty of encouraging collective bargaining and assisting in the peaceful settlement of labor disputes through mediation. a provision of the 1938 amendment, 1005, 52 stat. 967, required all maritime employers to file with the mlb within 30 days a copy of every contract with any group .....

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Apr 05 1968 (SC)

Chief Settlement Commissioner, Rehabilitation Department, Punjab and o ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-05-1968

Reported in : AIR1969SC33; (1968)70PLR1082; [1968]3SCR655

ramaswami, j.1. this appeal is brought, by certificate, from the judgment of the punjab high court dated september 13, 1963 in civil writ no. 841 of 1962. 2. nanak chand owned agricultural lands in bahawalpur state now forming part of west pakistan. he also owned some property at kot kapura, tehsil faridkot, district bhatinda now located in india. nanak chand had in normal course of business come to bhatinda where he died in june, 1947 leaving behind three sons, om parkash, sat narain and ram parshotam who are the respondents in this appeal. as a result of the partition of india the land originally owned by nanak chand and after his death by his sons in bahawalpur state had to be abandoned. after the partition of india the three respondents migrated to india and filed separate claims in accordance with law and obtained allotment of certain area in village kot kapura, district bhatinda in lieu of the land abandoned by them in pakistan. the revenue authorities allotted an area measuring 206.8 1/2 standard acres in village kot kapura, district bhatinda. after the allotment was made one rur singh filed a complaint before the managing officer that these respondents had received double allotments in village kot kapura. the complaint was examined by shri shankar das katyal, managing officer who held that shri rur singh failed to substantiate the allegation of double allotment. but the managing officer came to the conclusion that nanak chand although he had died long before the .....

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Oct 08 1968 (SC)

Arjan Singh and anr. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-08-1968

Reported in : AIR1970SC703; [1969]2SCR347

hegde, j. 1. though several questions of law were raised in this appeal by special leave, after hearing the counsel for the parties on one of those questions, namely on what date section 32(kk) of the pepsu tenancy and agricultural lands act 1955 (act no. xiii of 1955) (to be hereinafter referred to as the principal act) should be deemed to have come into force, we did not think it necessary to hear the counsel for the parties on the other questions raised in the appeal.2. before examining the question of law referred to hereinbefore it is necessary to set out the material facts.3. the second appellant is the son of the first appellant. the appellants alongwith charanjit singh and darshan, the two other sons of the first appellant were members of a joint hindu family. that family owned agricultural lands in the village hathoa, tehsil malerkotla, district sangrur. the principal act came into force on march 6, 1955. the preamble to that act says that it is an act to amend and consolidate the law relating to tenancies of agricultural lands and to provide for certain measures of land reforms. that act provided that:'subject to the provisions of section 5 every land owner owing land exceeding thirty standard acres shall be entitled to select for personal cultivation from the land held by him in the state as a land owner any parcel or parcels of land not exceeding in aggregate area the permissible limit and reserve such land for personal cultivation by intimating his selection in .....

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