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Aug 03 1987 (SC)

Krishna District Co-operative Marketing Society Limited, Vijayawada Vs ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-03-1987

Reported in : AIR1987SC1960; JT1987(3)SC197; 1987LabIC1651; (1987)IILLJ365SC; 1987(2)SCALE175; (1987)4SCC99; [1987]3SCR728; 1987(3)SLJ68(SC); 1987(2)LC663(SC)

..... the seventh schedule to the constitution. when the central act was originally enacted, it merely provided for investigation and settlement of industrial disputes by establishing a machinery for collective bargaining, mediation and conciliation, investigation, arbitration, adjudication and other allied matters. chapter v-a-lay-off and retrenchment, making provision for payment of compensation for lay-off, retrenchment and closure and on .....

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Oct 27 1987 (SC)

Sarnam Singh Vs. Pushpa Devi and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-27-1987

Reported in : JT1987(4)SC158; 1987(2)SCALE861; 1988Supp(1)SCC65; [1988]1SCR630

..... the said election, filed the election petition, out of which this appeal arises, contending that respondent no. 8, who was working as a teacher in the babu ram singh inter/mediate college, baburala, baduan, was holding an office of profit under the state government and, therefore, the acceptance of his nomination by the returning officer was illegal. since respondent no. 8 .....

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Western Airlines, Inc. Vs. International Broth. of Teamsters

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1987

..... the post-merger problems that arise from existing collective bargaining agreements." id., at 164. the court of appeals for the seventh circuit treated the question of national mediation board jurisdiction over alleged collective-bargaining violations implicating postmerger representation as one settled by " 'the overwhelming and well-developed case law,' " and found "no reason ..... to do so would necessarily have the effect, at least during the period of the injunction, of deciding the representation issue." id., at 161. "given the mediation board's undeniable sole jurisdiction over representation matters," and the practical problems of divided jurisdiction among the other dispute- resolution fora, the fifth circuit inferred "a congressional ..... western and respondent unions. western refused to arbitrate the grievances, asserting that they necessarily involved representation issues and therefore were within the exclusive jurisdiction of the national mediation board. the unions filed separate complaints in the district court for the central district of california, each requesting the page 480 u.s. 1301 , 1304 ..... completed. see infra at ___. respondents represented various crafts or classes of employees of western airlines. the air transport employees (ate) was designated by the national mediation board as the bargaining representative for a unit of western employees consisting of clerical, office, fleet, and passenger service employees. the international brotherhood of teamsters local .....

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Apr 28 1987 (FN)

Burlington No. R. Co. Vs. Maintenance Emps.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-28-1987

..... arbitration is rejected and the dispute threatens" "substantially to interrupt interstate commerce to a degree such as to deprive any section of the country of essential transportation service, the mediation board shall notify the president," "who may create an emergency board to investigate and report on the dispute. 10. while the dispute is working its way through these stages ..... railroad labor and management created a system for dispute resolution that congress enacted as the rla in 1926. [ footnote 9 ] the rla subjects all railway disputes to virtually endless "negotiation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, and conciliation." [ footnote 10 ] detroit & toledo page 481 u. s. 445 shore line r. co. v. transportation union, 396 u. s. 142 , 396 u. s. 148 ..... is without merit. although the norris-laguardia act does not deprive a federal court of jurisdiction to enjoin compliance with the rla's major dispute resolution provisions -- involving negotiation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, and conciliation -- the rla does not expressly limit the scope of self-help available to a union once its resolution provisions have been exhausted. the rla's ..... , and if conference fails to resolve the dispute, either or both may invoke the services of the national mediation board, which may also proffer its services sua sponte if it finds a labor emergency to exist. 5 first. if mediation fails, the board must endeavor to induce the parties to submit the controversy to binding arbitration, which can take .....

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Jun 23 1987 (FN)

Puerto Rico Vs. Branstad

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-23-1987

..... civil war a threatening possibility. the representatives of the states page 483 u. s. 225 of the deep south had withdrawn from the congress. justice campbell was reputedly engaged in mediation efforts between the seceding states and the lincoln administration, but his resignation from the court and departure from washington were imminent; he resigned on april 30, 1861. see 5 c .....

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Jun 19 1987 (FN)

Edwards Vs. Aguillard

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-19-1987

edwards v. aguillard - 482 u.s. 578 (1987) u.s. supreme court edwards v. aguillard, 482 u.s. 578 (1987) edwards v. aguillard no. 85-1513 argued december 10, 1986 decided june 19, 1987 482 u.s. 578 appeal from the united states court of appeals for the fifth circuit syllabus louisiana's "creationism act" forbids the teaching of the theory of evolution in public elementary and secondary schools unless accompanied by instruction in the theory of "creation science." the act does not require the teaching of either theory unless the other is taught. it defines the theories as "the scientific evidences for [creation or evolution] and inferences from those scientific evidences." appellees, who include louisiana parents, teachers, and religious leaders, challenged the act's constitutionality in federal district court, seeking an injunction and declaratory relief. the district court granted summary judgment to appellees, holding that the act violated the establishment clause of the first amendment. the court of appeals affirmed. held: 1. the act is facially invalid as violative of the establishment clause of the first amendment, because it lacks a clear secular purpose. pp. 482 u. s. 585 -594. (a) the act does not further its stated secular purpose of "protecting academic freedom." it does not enhance the freedom of teachers to teach what they choose, and fails to further the goal of "teaching all of the evidence." forbidding the teaching of evolution when creation science is not also .....

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Mar 02 1987 (SC)

Sarup Chand Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-02-1987

Reported in : AIR1987SC1441; 1987CriLJ1180; 1987(1)Crimes818(SC); JT1987(1)SC592; 1987(1)SCALE477; (1987)2SCC486; 1987(1)LC687(SC)

murari mohan dutt, j.1. this appeal by special leave is directed against the judgment of the punjab & haryana high court affirming the order of conviction of the appellant under section 5(1)(d) read with section 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1947 and under section 161 ipc, and also upholding the sentence of fine as passed by the learned special judge, sangrur, but reducing the sentence of imprisonment from two years to one year under section 5(1)(d) read with section 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act; the sentence of one year's rigorous imprisonment under section 161 ipc has been sutained. needless to say, the sentences of imprisonment have been directed to run concurrently.2. the prosecution case is that p.w. 4 gurcharan singh had entered into an agreement to mortgage his land to one baldev singh for rs. 55,000/-, and for the purpose of effecting the mortgage, he required a copy of the jamabandi the appellant, who is the revenue patwarl of the village, was approached by p.w. 4 on march 3, 1981 when he demanded a sum of rs. 300/- for supplying a copy of the jamabandi the amount was settled at rs. 200/-. it was arranged that p.w. 4 would meet the appellant at the canal bridge at 3.00 p.m. on that day. p.w. 4 was advised to go to the vigilance inspector, sangrur. accordingly, he went there and made a statement to the vigilance inspector, gurdial singh (p.w. 7). p.w. 4 also handed over to p.w. 5 two currency notes of rs. i00/- each. p.w. 5 applied .....

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Mar 24 1987 (SC)

Commissioner of Sales Tax Vs. Leather Facts Co.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-24-1987

Reported in : AIR1987SC1343; JT1987(1)SC806; 1987(1)SCALE659; (1987)2SCC380; [1987]2SCR630; [1987]66STC91(SC); 1987(2)LC108(SC)

orderm.p. thakkar, j.1. a transaction of sale or purchase which takes place 'in the course of export' falling within the purview of sub-section (3) of section 5 of the central sales-tax act. 1956 (hereinafter called the 'act') cannot be subjected to sales-tax by any state. the said provision inter alia provides that the last sale or purchase of any goods preceding the sale or purchase occasioning the export of those goods out of the territory of india shall also be deemed to be in the course of such export.(i) provided such last sale or purchase took place 'after' and(ii) was for the purpose of complying with, the agreement or order for or in relation to such exportsuch a transaction cannot be subjected to sales tax/purchase tax by any state in view of the embargo imposed by article 286(1)(a). the controversy centering around this question has been set at rest in consolidated coffee ltd. v. coffee board, bangalore a.i.r. (vol. 46) p. 164. under the circumstances, if the last sale in favour of the respondent who is a dealer in hides and skins and exports the same out of the territory of india has taken place (1) after an agreement was entered into for such export or order for such export had been accepted by him, (2) last sale made in his favour was for the purpose of complying with the obligation undertaken under the said agreement or order, the transaction reflected in such last sale or purchase cannot be lawfully taxed under the sales tax act. it cannot be taxed because of .....

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Sep 15 1987 (SC)

Gulab Mehra Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-15-1987

Reported in : AIR1987SC2332; 1988CriLJ168; 1987(3)Crimes405(SC); JT1987(3)SC559; 1987(2)SCALE561; (1987)4SCC302; [1988]1SCR126

b.c. ray, j. 1. special leave granted. arguments heard.2. this appeal by special leave is directed against the judgment and order of the high court of allahabad dated 26th march, 1987 in habeas corpus petition no. 17849 of 1986 dismissing the writ petition and confirming the order of detention passed against the appellant by the district magistrate, allahabad.3. the respondent no. 2, district magistrate, allahabad clamped upon the appellant an order of detention under section 3(2) of the national security act, 1980 and the appellant was detained at central jail, naini on october 10, 1986. on the same day the grounds of detention were served on the appellant. two grounds of detention mentioned in the grounds of detention are stated hereinbelow:(1) that the appellant on 2.10.1986 threatened the shopkeepers of khalasi line locality in order to extort money and was saying that appellant could not come for the last auction because the police were present on that occasion and that the shopkeepers had not given the appellant the money received in the above auction. further that the shopkeepers should collect money and give it to the appellant or else the appellant would shoot all of them. as a result of this the place was terror-stricken and the shops and houses closed down. a report of this incident was made by the picket employed at police station kydganj, i.e. report no. 38 time 20.10 dated 2.10.86. this was investigated by dev shankar, s.i. of police station kydganj and the .....

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Oct 28 1987 (SC)

Mahant Dhangir and anr. Vs. Madan Mohan and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-28-1987

Reported in : AIR1988SC54; JT1987(4)SC202; 1987(2)SCALE874; 1987Supp(1)SCC528; [1988]1SCR679

k. jagannatha shetty, j.1. in the town of bikaner there is a math known as 'juna math'. the first appellant is the present mahant of the math. the second appellant is the presiding deity of the math. for convenience and brevity we will refer to them collectively as 'the math'.2. the primary question raised in this appeal, by special leave, relates to maintainability of the cross objection filed by the math before the division bench of the high court of rajasthan (jodhpur bench) in civil appeal no. 20 of 1975. the division bench has dismissed the cross-objection as not maintainable.3. the background facts are these:one lalgiri maharaj was a previous mahant of the math. he had several vices. he mismanaged the math and recklessly disposed of its properties. on august 19, 1963 lalgiri gave on lease the land measuring 2211 sq. yards in favour of madan mohan. the lease was for 99 years with monthly rent of rs. 30. again on march 22, 1968 lalgiri sold 446 sq. yards of land to madan mohan. it was out of the land which was already leased to madan mohan. the sale was for rs. 4,000 madan mohan constructed some shops on a portion of the land purchased. he first, rented the shops to jankidas and mohan lal and later sold the same to them for rs. 15,000. madan mohan is the first respondent, jankidas and mohanlal are respondents 2 and 3 before us. there was yet another transaction between the same parties. on april 8, 1969 madan mohan sold a piece of land measuring 124 sq. yards to .....

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