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May 04 1979 (SC)

Dalbir Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-04-1979

Reported in : AIR1962SC1106a; 1979CriLJ1058; (1979)3SCC745; [1979]3SCR1059

..... dumb about this etiology. a stitch in time saves nine, is good criminology.9. away, the dispute on the turn of water between the two was settled by a patchwork mediation which did not finally extinguish the fires of fury earlier ignited. for a group, mainly of prosecution witnesses, was making merry with alcohol in the afternoon of october 13, 1977 .....

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Dec 07 1979 (SC)

V.C. Shukla Vs. State Through C.B.i.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-07-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC962; 1980CriLJ690; 1980Supp(1)SCC92; [1980]2SCR380

..... power of revision if be was sitting in a high court. in these circumstances, it must be presumed that whenever a special judge passes any interlocutory order or an inter mediate order like framing of charges, he would do so only with full and complete application of his mind and considering the various principles and guidelines indicated by this court in ..... any remedy by way of revision to the accused against an order which may not be purely interlocutory but which is undoubtedly a matter of moment and therefore an inter mediate or a quasi final order. it was further argued that as an order framing charges against the accused affects the liberty of the 1) subject, the act appears to have .....

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May 04 1979 (SC)

Manohar Nathurao Samarth Vs. Marotrao and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-04-1979

Reported in : AIR1979SC1084; (1979)4SCC93; [1979]3SCR1078

..... as such employees, but this does not militate against the prohibition operating as a disqualification. if a person is disabled by a lawful command of the legislature, issued directly or mediately, from standing for election, it is tantamount to disqualifying him from so standing. we, therefore, hold that regulation 29 framed by the life insurance corporation constituted a law which disqualification .....

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Jan 11 1979 (SC)

Kripashanker Vs. Director of Consolidation and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-11-1979

Reported in : AIR1979SC1015; (1979)4SCC199; 1979(11)LC415(SC)

v.d. tulzapurkari, j.1. this appeal by certificate raised a short question as to whether a transfer by way of sale or gift in contravention of section 154 of the uttar pradesh zamindari abolition and land reforms act, 1950 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') is void or voidable to the extent of area in excess of the limit of 12 1/2 acres prescribed therein2. the facts lie in a narrow compass and are these one basant resident of gursandi village, since deceased, was the bhumidhar of several plots of land comprised in two khatas bearing nos. 14 and 78 in villages gurmandi and saraiya, district mirzapur. he executed a registered gift deed on december 19, 1964 in favour of the appellant in respect of the plots comprised in the said two khatas but died before the mutation could be affected in the name of the appellant in the revenue records. during the consolidation proceedings that were initiated under the u p. consolidation of holdings act, the two villages having come under the operation of consolidation of holdings scheme, the appellant applied for mutation in his name in respect: of the plots covered by the gift deed. objections were filed by several persons under section 9 of the consolidation of holdings act claiming different rights in or over some of the plots gifted to the appellant. the principal objector was the gaon sabha of gursandi village, which body in its objections filed on march 28, 1966 contended that the gift deed in favour of the appellant contravened .....

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Oct 04 1979 (SC)

Kewal Singh Vs. Smt. Lajwanti

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-04-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC161; (1980)1SCC290; [1980]1SCR854

s. murtaza fazal ali, j. 1. this appeal by special leave is directed against the judgment and order of the delhi high court dated the 6th april, 1978 dismissing the revision petition filed by the appellant against an order of the rent controller. for the purpose of brevity and to avoid confusion the appellant shall hereafter be referred to as the defendant and the respondent as the plaintiff. 2. the defendant appellant was inducted as a tenant by the plaintiff in quarter no. iv-h/46, lajpat nagar, new delhi on 1-7-1967. on 2nd june, 1976 the plaintiff filed an application under sections 14a(1), 14(1)(e) and 14(1)(f) of the delhi rent control act, hereinafter referred to as the act, for eviction of the tenant firstly on the ground that as the husband of tie plaintiff was required by the government to vacate the government quarter or pay the penal rent the husband of the plaintiff had to shift to the house of his wife which was in the tenancy of the defendant. a prayer was also made by the plaintiff that even otherwise the premises were required for a bonafide necessity of the land-lady and also as the premises had become unfit for human habitation the plaintiff required the same for carrying out repairs which could not be done unless the premises were vacated. on the next date, that is on 3rd june, 1976 the plaintiff filed an application withdrawing the cause of action mentioned by her regarding bonafide necessity and repairs as contemplated by sections 14(1)(e) and 14(11)(f) .....

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May 14 1979 (FN)

Cannon Vs. University of Chicago

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-14-1979

..... the federal courts. [ footnote 3/4 ] in each of these cases, enforcement of the act's various requirements could have been restricted to actions brought by the board of mediation (later the mediation board), rather than by private parties. but whatever the scope of the judicial remedy, the implication of some kind of remedial mechanism was necessary to provide the enforcement authority ..... from its failure to contend with relevant decisions that do not conform to the perceived pattern, see, e.g., calhoon v. harvey, 379 u. s. 134 (1964); switchmen v. national mediation board, 320 u. s. 297 (1943), the court's approach gives undue significance to essentially stylistic differences in legislative draftsmanship. [ footnote 3/14 ] mr. justice rehnquist, perhaps considering himself temporarily ..... . 689 -693, and n. 13, the court refused to create a private action if congress had provided some other means of enforcing such duties. see, e.g., switchmen v. national mediation board, supra, at 320 u. s. 300 -301. a break in this pattern occurred in j. i. case co. v. borak, 377 u. s. 426 (1964). there, the court held ..... . s. 464 (1959); general committee v. southern pacific co., 320 u. s. 338 (1943); general committee v. missouri-k.-t r. co., 320 u. s. 323 (1943); switchmen v. national mediation board, 320 u. s. 297 (1943). throughout these cases, the focus of the court's inquiry generally was on the availability of means other than a private action to enforce .....

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Feb 09 1979 (SC)

Rajendra Prasad Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-09-1979

Reported in : AIR1979SC916; 1979CriLJ792; (1979)3SCC646; [1979]3SCR78

krishna iyer, j. the deadly quandary to be or not to be: that is the question of lethal import and legal moment, in each of these three appeals where leave is confined to the issue of the propriety of the impost of capital penalty against which the brutal culprits desparately beseech that their dear life be spared by the summit court and the incarceratory alternative be awarded instead. there is, as here, a judicial dimension to the quasi-hamletian dilemma when "a murder most foul" demands of sentencing justice punitive infliction of death or the lesser punishment of life imprisonment, since the penal code leaves the critical choice between physical liquidation and life-long incarceration to the enlightened conscience and sensitized judgment of the court. a narration of facts is normally necessary at this early stage but we relegate it to a later part, assuming for the nonce the monstrosity the murder in each case. is mere shock at the horrendous killing sufficient alibi to extinguish one more life, de hors circumstances, individual and social, motivational and psychical the crime and the criminal, contemporary societal crisis, opinions of builders and moulders of the nation, cultural winds of world change and other profound factors, spiritual and secular, and above all, constitutional, inarticulately guide the court's faculty in reading the meaning of meanings in preference to a mechanistic interpretation of s. 302 i.p.c. projected in petrified print from macaulay's vintage .....

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Oct 05 1979 (SC)

Commissioner of Income Tax, Andhra Pradesh Vs. T.N. Aravinda Reddy

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-05-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC96; (1979)12CTR(SC)423; [1979]120ITR46(SC); (1979)4SCC721; [1980]1SCR872; 1980(12)LC83(SC)

v.r. krishna iyer, j.1. we regard the single point, persuasively presented by the learned solicitor general on behalf of the petitioner (the commissioner of income tax, andhra pradesh), as deserving of a speaking order, although in dissent, since the question may arise again and needs to be silenced.2. briefly, the facts. four brothers, members of a coparcenery, partitioned their family properties, leaving in common a large house in the occupation of their mother. the eldest, who is respondent before us, sold his own house at a price sufficient to attract handsome capitil gains tax, but he pre-empted the demand for tax by acquiring the common house from his three brothers who executed three release for a consideration of rs. 30,000/- each, adjusted towards the extra share (jeshtabhaga) agreed to be given to the eldest by the next three. it is common ground that if these release deeds did amount to purchase of the house, section 54(1) of the income tax acticle, 1961, would save the respondent from exigibility to tax. so the short question, neatly identified by the learned solicitor general is whether release deeds by sharers in favour of one of them whereby the joint onership of all became separate ownership of one amount to purchase of house property within the meaning of section 54(1) of the act. the high court has held it is and we concur. undoubtedly, each release, in these circumstances, is a transfer of the releaser's share for consideration to the release. in plain .....

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Nov 19 1979 (SC)

Gujarat Steel Tubes Ltd. and ors. Vs. Gujarat Steel Tubes Mazdoor Sabh ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-19-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC1896; (1980)ILLJ137SC; (1980)2SCC593; [1980]2SCR146

civil appellate jurisdiction: civil appeal nos. 1212, 2089 and 2237 of 1978. from the judgment and order dated 15-6-1978 of the gujarat high court in special civil application no. 1150 of 1976. y.s. chitale, j.c. bhatt, a.k. sen, j.m. nanavati, d.c. gandhi, a.g. menses, k.j. john and k.k. manchanda for the appellants in c.a. 1212 and 2237/78 and rr. 1 in ca 2089. v.m. tarkunde, y.s. chitale, p.h. parekh and n.j. mehta for the appellant in ca 2089 and r. 1 in ca 1212. m.c. bhandare and b. datta for the intervener in ca 1212 (ahmedabad nagar employee union). r.k. garg, vimal dave and miss kailash mehta for the intervener gujarat steel tubes mazdoor sabha in ca 1212. the judgment of v.r. krishna iyer, and d.a. desai, jj was delivered by krishna iyer, j.a.d. koshal, j. gave a dissenting opinion. krishna iyer, j.-every litigation has a moral and, these appeals have many, the foremost being that the economics of law is the essence of labour jurisprudence. the case in a nutshell- an affluent management and an indigent work force are the two wings of the gujarat steel tubes ltd. which manufactures steel tubes in the outskirts of ahmedabad city and is scarred by an industrial dispute resulting in these appeals. this industry, started in 1960, went into production since 1964 and waggled from infancy to adulthood with smiling profits and growing workers, punctuated by smouldering demand, strikes and settlements, until there brewed a confrontation culminating in a head-on collision .....

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Apr 18 1979 (FN)

Chrysler Corp. Vs. Brown

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-18-1979

..... (emphasis added; footnote omitted): "[exemption 4] would assure the confidentiality of information obtained by the government through questionnaires or through material submitted and disclosures made in procedures such as the mediation of labor-management controversies. it exempts such material if it would not customarily be made public by the person from whom it was obtained by the government. . . . it would . . . include .....

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