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Mar 18 1986 (SC)

Om Prakash Shukla Vs. Akhilesh Kumar Shukla and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-18-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1043; 1986LabIC796; 1986(1)SCALE475; 1986Supp(1)SCC285; [1986]1SCR855; 1986(3)SLJ235(SC); 1986(2)LC184(SC)

..... passed at least the high school examination the intermediate examination conducted by the board of tion conducted by the board high school and inter- of high school and inter- mediate education united mediate education, u.p. or provinces, or any other any other examination which examination which has been has been or may be declared or may be declared by the by .....

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Nov 21 1986 (SC)

Kothi Satyanarayana Vs. Galla Sithayya and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-21-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC353; JT1986(1)SC904; 1986(2)SCALE858; (1986)4SCC760; [1987]1SCR359; 1987(1)LC215(SC)

..... amicably partitioned their properties in 1909. veeraraju died in 1927 leaving behind his widow. as ramamurty sold certain properties from veeraraju's share in 1928, the widow raised dispute and mediators brought about a settlement leading to the execution of a deed of settlement dated august 18, 1937, whereunder ramamurty settled certain properties on the widow with life interest and upon .....

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Jun 09 1986 (FN)

Bowen Vs. Academy of Family Physicians

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-09-1986

..... action may be overcome by inferences of intent drawn from the statutory scheme as a whole. see, e.g., morris v. gressette, 432 u. s. 491 (1977); switchmen v. national mediation board, 320 u. s. 297 (1943)." block v. community nutrition institute, 467 u.s. at 467 u. s. 349 . [ footnote 5 ] the pertinent text of 1395ff reads as follows: "(a .....

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Apr 01 1986 (FN)

Golden State Transit Corp. Vs. Los Angeles

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-01-1986

..... drivers, represented by local page 475 u. s. 610 572 of the international brotherhood of teamsters, signed a short-term contract in order that operations would continue while negotiation and mediation proceeded. this interim contract was to expire at midnight, february 10, 1981, the day before the city council was scheduled to consider action on the franchise renewals. on february 2 .....

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Apr 24 1986 (SC)

Bai Reva, Widow of Bhikhabhai Alias Parshottam Vs. Bai Jadav

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-24-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1921; (1987)1GLR265; 1986(1)SCALE1359; (1986)3SCC679; 1986(2)LC563(SC)

1. this is a widow's appeal on a certificate of valuation granted by the gujarat high court. it arises out of a suit for partition of the deceased husband's properties filed by the co-widow and for possession of her one half share therein.2. one bhikhabhai resided at rahad in the taluka of wagra in the district of broach. he was the owner of immovable properties which consisted of houses and lands. bhikhabhai died on march 12, 1947 leaving behind two widows, bai jadav and bai reva, he had married bai jadav in 1933, and some years later in 1936 he entered into matrimony with bai reva. apparently his second marriage was not approved of by the first wife and she left the husband's residence and went to live with her father's family. on the death of bhikhabhai, bai reva, the second wife, continued in possession of her husband's properties. it was easy for her to do so for she had been residing with him all along. as we have said, bai jadav was residing away from her husband with her parents. it appears that in may 1958 bai jadav executed a gift deed of her one-half share in the gabhan property of her deceased husband in favour of one jijibhai shankerbhai. thereafter, on may 27, 1959, bai reva sold the gabhan property to one ahmad vali isap. this provoked bai jadav to file a suit on june 15, 1959 in the court of the learned civil judge, senior division at broach, she claimed partition and possession of her half share as well as past and future mesne profits.3. the suit was .....

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Dec 19 1986 (SC)

Santhal Pargana Antyodaya Ashram Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-19-1986

Reported in : 1987(1)SCALE679; 1987Supp(1)SCC141

order1. we have gone through the report made by the saxena . committee appointed by us. we deeply appreciate the tremendous effort made by shri saxena and his colleagues in investigating into the existence of bonded labourers in mohanpur and deoghar blocks of deoghar district and saraiyahat block of dumka district and submitting a detailed and comprehensive report to the court. the report of the saxena committee discloses that there are large number of bonded labourers in these areas and the saxena committee has been able to identify 2515 out of 3143 such bonded labourers, we accept the report of the saxena committee and proceed to give the following directions:1. all the labourers who have been found to be bonded by saxena, committee may be directed to be released within two weeks from the date of this order and on their being released the concerned collector will issue forthwith a certificate to each of them certifying that ho or she is a bonded labourer and has been released from bondage. these certificates shall be issued by the concerned collector and handed-over to the bonded labourers simultaneously with their release. these bonded labourers, on making the necessary ; application to the state government through the concerned collector shall be paid a sum of rs. 3000/- each by way of interim relief, and such payment shall be made by the concerned collector to them, in the following manner:rs. 500/- simultaneously with the release and the balance within two weeks from .....

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Nov 28 1986 (SC)

Tek Chand and anr. Vs. Tek Chand, Supdt. of Police and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-28-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC349; 1987CriLJ329; 1987(1)Crimes102(SC); 1986(2)SCALE906; 1986Supp(1)SCC533; [1987]1SCR376

acts/rules/orders: criminal procedure code, 1973 - sections 173(8) and 321prior history: from the judgment and order dated april 12, 1983 of the punjab and haryana high court in crl. revision no. 1427 and 1428 of 1980orderranganath misra and g.l. oza, jj.1. these two special leave petitions and a writ petition were filed for a common purpose-the writ petition questioning the vires of section 321 of the crpc of 1973 and these two special leave petitions questioning the correctness of the order of the (high court by which it affirmed the order of the chief judicial magistrate of bhiwani, according permission under the same section 321 for withdrawal of a prosecution against the respondents excepting the state of haryana. we have already dismissed the writ petition and now proceed to dispose of the special leave applications. as lengthy arguments were advanced we propose to make a brief but speaking order. 2. having heard learned counsel for the parties we are inclined to think that the order of the learned chief judicial magistrate was perhaps not appropriate in law. the high court did go into the question afresh in its revisional jurisdiction but there could also be some arguments possible with reference to what the high court has said. we are, however, definitely of the view that no useful purpose will be served in setting aside the order of the chief judicial magistrate as affirmed by the high court and in directing the prosecution to proceed as there is, in our opinion, no .....

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Nov 17 1986 (SC)

Government of Tamil Nadu Vs. Ahobila Matam

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-17-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC245; JT1986(1)SC858; 1986(2)SCALE841; (1987)1SCC38; [1987]1SCR232; 1987(1)LC231(SC)

o. chinnappa reddy, j.1. this appeal is by a certificate granted by the madras high court under article 133(1)(c) of the constitution. the appellant is the state of tamil nadu. the respondent is the ahobila matam, a well known religious institution. the question relates to the applicability of the tamil nadu inams (assessment) act. 1956 in regard to some lands situated in narasimhapuram, papanasam taluk, thanjavur district belonging to the institution. the sands are covered by inam title deed no. 2214 dated july 29, !881 granted by the inam commissioner to the manager for the time being of sri ahobila matam. by the title deed, the inam commissioner, by order of the governor-in council of madras acting on behalf of the secretary of state for india in council, acknowledged the title of the ahobila matam to 'a religious endowment or a matam inam consisting of the right to the government revenue on land claimed to be acres 28.11 cents of dry, 58.38 acres of wet and 6.83 acres of garden and situated in the whole village of narasimhapuram besides poram-boke in the taluk of kumbakonam district of tanjore and held for the support of the ahobila matam' and confirmed the inam to the manager for the time being of the ahobila matam and his successor 'tax free to be held without interference so long as the conditions are duly fulfilled.' the extract of the inam fair register mentioned in column 8 that the grant was made by one of the tanjore princes, but that the purpose of the grant was .....

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Apr 01 1986 (SC)

Comptroller and Auditor-general of India, Gian Prakash, New Delhi and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-01-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC537; 1986(1)SCALE1077; (1986)2SCC679; [1986]2SCR17; 1986(2)SLJ1(SC)

d.p. madon, j.1. this appeal filed by special leave granted by this court under article 136 of the constitution is directed against the judgment of a division bench of the madras high court in writ appeal no. 409 of 1982 and raises a question of importance to the members of the scheduled castes and the scheduled tribes working in the department of indian audit and accounts who seek promotion to the subordinate accounts service.2. the respondents belong to the scheduled castes and are working as selection grade auditors in the department of indian audit and accounts at madras. the next promotional post for them is that of section officer in the same department and in order to obtain such promotion, selection grade auditors are required to pass the subordinate accounts service examination (hereinafter referred to as 'the sas examination'). the sas examination consists of two parts, namely, part i and part ii. both the respondents have passed the part i examination held in december 1979. they appeared for the part ii examination in december 1980. both of them secured the minimum number of marks in each individual subject which was 40 per cent and in some papers more than the minimum number of marks but failed to secure the aggregate minimum which was 45 percent. the first respondent secured 42.4 per cent and the second respondent 40.8 per cent.3. the respondents thereupon filed a petition under article 226 of the constitution, being writ petition no. 10706 of 1981, in the madras .....

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Jul 21 1986 (SC)

Dr. Dinesh Kumar and ors. (ii) Vs. Motilal Nehru Medical College, Alla ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-21-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC877; 1986(2)SCALE188; (1986)3SCC727; [1986]3SCR345

p.n. bhagwati, c.j.1. the main judgment in this case was delivered by us on 22nd june 1984 and we held in that judgment that 'wholesale reservation made by some of the state governments on the basis of 'domicile' or residence requirement within the state or on the basis of institutional preference for students who have passed the qualifying examination held by the university or the state, excluding all students not satisfying this requirement, regardless of merit' was unconstitutional and void as offending the equality clause of the constitution. but after condemning such wholesale reservation, we proceeded to observe that the very mandate of the equality clause viewed in the perspective of social justice, would justify some extent of reservation based on residence requirement within the state or on institutional preference for students passing the qualifying examination held by the university or the state and addressing ourselves to the question to what extent such reservation might be regarded as constitutionally permissible, we said:it is not possible to provide a categorical answer to this question, for as pointed out by the policy statement of the government of india, the extent of such reservation would depend on several factors including opportunities for professional education in that particular area, the extent of competition, level of education development of the area and other relevant factors. it may be that in a state where the level of educational development is .....

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