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Jul 20 1983 (SC)

Machhi Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-20-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC957; 1983CriLJ1457; 1983(2)Crimes268(SC); 1983(2)SCALE1; (1983)3SCC470; [1983]3SCR413

..... , common)a young man named mohinder singh, a bread-earner of the family, was put to death by machhi singh while asleep in his blissful abode. the crime was pre-mediated and hair-raising to the society at large in the sequence of which it came to be committed creating a great risk of serious bodily harm and death to many .....

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Jan 11 1983 (FN)

Bowen Vs. Usps

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-11-1983

..... no means under a duty to the employer to take any grievances to arbitration. see infra at 459 u. s. 239 -241. [ footnote 2/4 ] statistics developed by the federal mediation and conciliation service (fmcs) show that, in 1981, the average time between the filing of a grievance and the rendering of an arbitral award was 230.26 days. for the .....

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May 11 1983 (SC)

Amrit Bhikaji Kale and ors. Vs. Kashinath Janardhan Trade and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-11-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC643; 1983MhLJ711(SC); 1983(1)SCALE632; (1983)3SCC437; [1983]3SCR237

d.a. desai, j.1. land bearing survey no. 1052 admeasuring 16 acres situated within the revenue limits of village sonai taluka nawasa distt. ahmendnagar, belonged to tarachand chopra janardhan, the father of the respondent was admittedly the tenant of this land on april 1, 1957. section 32 of the bombay tenancy and agricultural lands act, 1948 as amended from time to time provided that on the 1st day of april, 1957 styled as the tillers' day every tenant shall subject to other provisions of the section and the provisions of the next succeeding sections be deemed to have purchased from his landlord, free from all encumbrances subsisting thereon on the same date the land held by him as a tenant if other conditions of the section are satisfied. thus by operation of law, janardhan, who was the tenant of the land on the tillers' day became the deemed purchaser thereof. landlord tarachand died on august 12, 1959. before his death, landlord tarachand had executed a will and bequeathed the suit land to ashoklal gugale who was petitioner no. 5 before the high court acting upon the will of tarachand, ashoklal got his name mutated in the revenue record in respect of suit land in his favour as owner. on the date of mutation, ashoklal was a minor. section 32-g imposes a statutory duty on the agricultural i ands tribunal ('tribunal' for short) to commence enquiry for determining the price of the land which is the subject matter of compulsory purchase. the tribunal is required to issue .....

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Jan 05 1983 (SC)

Ramawati Devi Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-05-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC164; 1983CriLJ221; 1983(1)Crimes637(SC); 1983(1)SCALE1; (1983)1SCC211

amarendra nath sen, j.1. the appellant was convicted under section 302 of the indian penal code and sentenced to undergo imprisonment for life by the sessions judge, arrah. against his conviction, the appellant preferred an appeal to the high court at patna. the high court by its judgment and order dated 12.2.1975 dismissed the appeal and upheld the conviction of the appellant. against the judgment and order of the high court, the appellant has filed this appeal with special leave granted by this court.2. the case of the prosecution may be briefly stated : on 30.10.1967 at about 5 a.m. sabitri devi deceased, (for whose murder the appellant has been convicted), of village pakri, police station bihiya had gone to the house of the appellant who is also the resident of the same village to take back her ornaments and a sum of rs. 500/- in cash which sabitri devi had kept with the appellant for safe custody during the temporary absence of savitri devi's mother. the appellant refused to return the ornaments and the cash which were said to be kept in her safe custody and it is alleged that she sprinkled kerosene oil on the clothes of sabitri devi and set fire to the same. sabitri devi thereafter started running in flames towards her house and fell down on the road. while running she had been screaming and shouting that the appellant had not returned the ornaments and cash when demanded and had set fire to her clothes after sprinkling kerosene oil on the same. sabitri devi was .....

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Apr 20 1983 (SC)

Doddi Atchayyamma Vs. Doddi Venkata Ramanna and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-20-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC583; 1983(1)SCALE417; (1983)2SCC509

chinnappa reddy, j.1. kanakayya, appanna (sr.), jogulu, ramulu and venkataswamy were five brothers. appanna (sr) died in 1916, leaving behind him an adopted son appanna (jr). appadna (jr), we may mention, was the natural son of jogulu, one of the five brothers. kanakayya died in 1917 leaving a son, parupilli. ramulu and venkataswamy died in 1918 leaving no issues. jogulu died in 1951 leaving behind him his widow seethayamma (2nd defendant) and a son venkata ramanna (1st defendant). jogulu's other natural son appanna (jr), who was given in adoption to appanna (sr), died in 1949 leaving behind him his widow, atchayyamma (plaintiff). atchayyamma filed a suit, out of which the present appeal arises, for partition of the plaint a & b schedule properties and for separate possession of a half share of the properties, alleging that her husband appanna (jr) and jogulu were members of a joint family. the defendants denied the adoption of appanna (jr) by appana (sr) and further alleged that the suit for partition was not maintainable as there was a family settlement of disputed claims between the parties about twelve years ago under which the plaintiff had received cash and gold in lieu of her claim to her husband's share of the properties. the trial court found that the adoption of appana (jr) by appanna (sr) was true and that the case of family settlement set up by the defendants was false. the suit was decreed as prayed for. the defendants appealed to the high court. before the high .....

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Mar 31 1983 (SC)

State of Karnataka and anr. Vs. H. Ganesh Kamath and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-31-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC550; 1983(1)SCALE321; (1983)2SCC402; [1983]2SCR665

1. this group of four appeals by special leave is directed against a common judgment and order of the karnataka high court in four writ petitions whereby the high court struck down sub-rule (2) inserted in rule 5 of the karnataka motor vehicles rules, 1963, by notification no. hd 16 tmr 73 dated july 7, 1976 as being ultra vires the motor vehicles act, 1939 (act 4 of 1939) (hereinafter referred to as 'the act').2. the respondent in civil appeal no. 2488 of 1977 had obtained a learner's licence for driving heavy motor vehicles under the said rules and had obtained training in crown motor driving school, bangalore, which was an institution recognised by the government of karnataka under rule 30 of the said rules. he also held a licence to impart training in driving heavy motor vehicles. after completion of his training he obtained a certificate from the said driving school and applied on july 22, 1976 through it for a licence to drive heavy motor vehicles. the respondent in civil appeal no. 2489 of 1977 had applied on july 20, 1976 for a learner's licence to drive heavy motor vehicles. the respondent in civil appeal no. 2490 of 1977 as also the respondent in civil appeal no. 2491 of 1977 were both running schools for imparting training in driving heavy motor vehicles and each held a licence to impart training in driving heavy motor vehicles and had trained several persons. after successful completion of their training each of them had applied for a licence for driving heavy .....

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Nov 15 1983 (SC)

Commissioner of Income Tax and ors. Vs. Oriental Rubber Works

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-15-1983

Reported in : (1984)38CTR(SC)154

v.d. tulzapurkar, j.1. all these appeals, at the instance of the cit, raise a common question the revenue is under a statutory obligation to communication to the person (from whose custody books of account and documents have been seized u/s 132(1) of the it act, 1961) the approval obtained from the cit and the recorded reasons of the authorised officer/ito on which such approval is based for the retention of the seized books of account and documents by the department for a period exceeding 180 days from the date of seizure u/s 132(8) of the it act. 1961 ?2. since in all these appeals the facts giving rise to aforesaid question are almost similar, it will suffice to indicate briefly the facts obtaining in m/s oriental rubber works' case (civil app. no. 1652 of 1973). under a proper authorisation issued in that behalf u/s 132(1) of the act, on 17-2-1965 a search was conducted by the it department in the factory premises at kantalia as well as offices and godown at mahatma gandhi road, calcutta belonging to the respondent-assessee and various books of account and documents were seized from the aforesaid premises. after lawfully carrying out the aforesaid search and seizure, the respondent-assessee was given opportunity to inspect the seized books and documents as also to make copies of the entries. the concerned ito then issued a notice to the respondent assessee u/s 142(1) of the act in connection with its assessment for the asst. yr. 1964-65 and after giving several hearing .....

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Aug 23 1983 (SC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Bihar Vs. Heckett Engineering Co. (India B ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-23-1983

Reported in : [1984]145ITR510(SC); 1984Supp(1)SCC681

d.p. madon and; v.d. tulzapurkar, jj.1. after hearing counsel for the revenue as well as for the assessee, we are satisfied that the question raised in this appeal is covered by a decision of this court in standard vacuum oil company case1.2. counsel for the revenue however, sought to make a distinction between two nomenclatures retained earnings and unremitted foreign income. the amounts represented by both these expressions as appearing in the balance-sheet have been held to be reserves by the appellate assistant commissioner, the tribunal and the high court. but counsel urged that there was no material to show the exact nature or character of the amounts described as unremitted foreign income or that they had the same character as retained earnings. counsel submitted that perhaps these amounts were those which had not been remitted by the branches in foreign countries other than indian branch to the head office in united states of america.3. after going through the order of the tribunal as well as of the high court it is very clear that the submission of counsel is ill-conceived and that both the expressions are used in one and the same sense and the amounts described in either way have the same character. in fact, the tribunal has observed that it was not disputed before it that the nature of both the items was one and the same. the appeal is therefore dismissed with no orders to costs.

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Nov 15 1983 (SC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, West Bengal Iii and ors. Vs. Oriental Rubb ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-15-1983

Reported in : AIR1984SC230; AIR1984SC230a; (1983)3CompLJ381(SC); [1984]145ITR477(SC); 1983(2)SCALE682; (1984)1SCC700; [1984]1SCR817; 1984(16)LC214(SC)

1. all these appeals, at the instance of the commissioner of income-tax, raise a common question whether the revenue is under a statutory obligation to communicate to the person (from whose custody books of account and documents have been seized under section 132(1) of the income-tax act, 1961) the approval obtained from the commissioner of income-tax and the recorded reasons of the authorised officer/income tax officer on which such approval is based for the retention of the seized books of account and documents by the department for a period exceeding 180 days from the date of seizure under section 132(8) of the income-tax act, 1961 2. since in all these appeals the facts giving rise to aforesaid question are almost similar, it will suffice to indicate briefly the facts obtaining in m/s. oriental rubber works' case (civil appeal no. 1652 of 1973). under a proper authorisation issued in that behalf under section 132(1) of the act, on 17th february, 1965 a search was conducted by the income-tax department in the factory premises at kantalia as well as the offices and godown at mahatma gandhi road, calcutta belonging to the respondent-assessee and various books of account and documents were seized from the aforesaid premises. after lawfully carrying out the aforesaid search and seizure, the respondent-assessee was given opportunity to inspect the seized books and documents as also to make copies of the entries. the concerned income tax officer then issued a notice to the .....

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Sep 19 1983 (SC)

Cotton Corporation of India Limited Vs. United Industrial Bank Limited ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-19-1983

Reported in : AIR1983SC1272; (1983)85BOMLR481; [1984]55CompCas423(SC); (1983)3CompLJ171(SC); 1983(2)SCALE324; (1983)4SCC625; [1983]3SCR962; (1984)55SCC423

d.a. desai, j.1. first respondent united industrial bank limited (bank for short') having its registered office at 7, red cross place, calcutta filed suit no. 1508 of 1981 on the original side of the bombay high court against the appellant-the cotton corporation of india limited ('corporation' for short) and one tapan kumar ghosh, who at the relevant time was the chief branch manager of the worli branch of the bank and defendant no. 3-bradbury mills limited, an existing company within the meaning of the companies act, 1956 carrying on business at maulana azad road, jacob circle, bombay praying for a declaration that the acceptance and or co-acceptance of the bill of exchange and/or hundies listed in exhibit 'k' by second defendant tapan kumar ghosh for and on behalf of the bank was null and void and not binding on the bank and calling upon the corporation to deliver up to the court the disputed bills of exchange and/or hundies for the purpose of cancellation and for a direction cancellation the same. in this suit the bank took out a notice of motion no. 1156 of 1981 seeking to restrain by an interim injunction the corporation from enforcing any claim whatever in any form or from relying on or giving effect to the bills of exchange or hundies involved in the dispute for the purpose of any suit or other proceedings including winding-up proceedings under the companies act, 1956 and/or the banking regulation act, 1949 against the bank. notice of motion also included a prayer for .....

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