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Oct 06 1993 (SC)

Supreme Court Advocates-on-record Association and Another Vs. Union of ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-06-1993

Reported in : AIR1994SC268; JT1993(5)SC497; (1993)4SCC441; [1993]Supp2SCR659

..... or screening process' even at the admission stage and by the policy of 'dejudicialization' -i.e. keeping issues out of the courts - whereby some disputes are settled through arbitration and mediation such as accident claim cases, and divorce matters etc. through lok adalats in which the legal aid committee takes active participation, the pendency of cases before courts is mounting and ..... adjudication before the apex-court. the executive - in one from the other - is the largest single-litigant before the courts. in this view of the matter the judiciary being the mediator -between the people and the executive - the framers of the constitution could not have left the final authority to appoint the judges of the supreme court and of the high .....

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Jan 04 1993 (SC)

Shri Raghunathrao Ganpatrao Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-04-1993

Reported in : AIR1993SC1267

..... . when cases come before the courts, purposes and concerns of timeless character require translation into practical rules that apply to their molt modern manifestations. in this role, courts perform a mediating function, harmonizing different strands into a coherent order. but the courts do not exercise an exclusive' authority in giving coherence to constitutional law. political leaders and political institutions have played .....

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Feb 04 1993 (SC)

Raghunathrao Ganpatrao Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-04-1993

Reported in : JT1993(1)SC374; 1993(1)SCALE363; 1994Supp(1)SCC191

..... . when cases come before the courts, purposes and concerns of timeless character require translation into practical rules that apply to their most modem manifestations. in this role, courts perform a mediating functiion, harmonizing different strands into a coherent order. but the courts do not exercise an exclusive authority in giving coherence to constitutional law. political leaders and political institutions have played .....

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Jul 30 1993 (SC)

M/S. Chahal Engineering and Construction Co. Vs. Irrigation Department ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-30-1993

Reported in : AIR1993SC2541; 1993(2)ARBLR436(SC); JT1993(4)SC434; 1993(3)SCALE331; (1993)4SCC186; [1993]Supp1SCR449

..... the subject-matter of the arbitration before shri avtar singh. those claims read as follows:[1] claim no.2 - reimbursement of extra costs due to increase in quantities in inter-mediate well - foundations; rs. 53, 69, 712.40[2] claim no. 3 - reimbursement ot costs of providing rocker roller and bearings under the super-structure and other extra works; rs. 78 .....

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Sep 22 1993 (SC)

Systopic Laboratiries (Pvt.) Ltd. Vs. Dr. Prem Gupta and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-22-1993

Reported in : AIR1994SC205; JT1993(5)SC391; 1993(3)SCALE834; 1994Supp(1)SCC160

..... of bronchial asthma as histamine is released from sensitized mast cells in very high concentration near the target cells and antihistaminics cannot block such effect quantitatively. besides many more chemical mediators arc released in scnsitized target cells not antagonised by antihistaminics. there is a lack of published evidence to prove the higher efficacy of such combination over corticosteroid alone. such combinations .....

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Oct 07 1993 (SC)

D. Devaji Vs. K. Sudarashana Rao

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-07-1993

Reported in : JT1993(6)SC421; 1993(4)SCALE41; 1994Supp(1)SCC729; [1993]Supp3SCR14; 1994(1)LC49(SC)

..... court of facts and finding recorded in that behalf, shows that the respondent demanded enhancement of rent at rs. 500/- per months as stated by the appellant and corroborated by mediators rw-2 and 3. though the appellant had agreed to enhance the rent to a sum of rs. 300/-, the respondent did not agree and insisted to pay rs. 500 .....

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Feb 18 1993 (SC)

Hiralal Moolchand Doshi Vs. Barot Raman Lal Ranchhoddas (Dead) by L.Rs ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-18-1993

Reported in : AIR1993SC1449; (1993)1GLR721; JT1993(4)SC97; 1993(1)SCALE629; (1993)2SCC458

order1. this appeal is directed against the judgement of the single judge of the high court of gujarat dated 17th june, 1975. by the impugned judgement the learned single judge set aside the concurrent judgement of the executing court and the lower appellate court dismissing objections to the executability of the ejectment decree passed by the trial court dated 21st march, 1968 on the basis of a joint compromise petition filed by the parties and held the ejectment decree inexecutable being a nullity.2. it appears that on or about 12th july, 1967 the appellant/landlord (hereinafter referred to as 'the landlord') filed a suit in the court of the joint civil judge, dahod for recovery of possession of the premises against the respondent/tenant (hereinafter referred to as 'the tenant) inter alia on the grounds contained in section 12(3)(a) i.e. on the ground of non-payment of rent for a period of over six months inspite of notice of demand; 13(1)(e) i.e. on the ground of nuisance and 13(1)(g) i.e. on the ground of bona fide personal use, besides other grounds, of the bombay rents, hotel and lodging house rates control act, 1947 (hereinafter called 'the act').3. the tenant filed his written statement on 29th september, 1967 inter alia pleading that the rent charged was excessive; that he was not in arrears of rent, as alleged; that the landlord did not require the suit premises reasonably and bona fide; that the tenant had a large family; that he did not cause any nuisance, as .....

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Mar 30 1993 (SC)

Brijpal Singh and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-30-1993

Reported in : AIR1994SC1624; 1994CriLJ2082; 1993(1)Crimes1116(SC); JT1993(2)SC574; 1993(2)SCALE338; 1994Supp(1)SCC566

orderk. jayachandra reddy, j.1. this is a regular appeal under section 379 cr.p.c. read with section 2 of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970. there are six appellants. they alongwith one kalyan singh who died during the trial, were tried for offences punishable under section 302 read with section 149 i.p.c. by the additional district & sessions judge, shahjahanpur and were acquitted. the state preferred an appeal against the remaining six accused. the high court allowed the appeal. however, two of them a-5 prem pal singh and a-6 shyam pal singh who were children, were not awarded any sentence and the remaining four accused were sentenced to imprisonment for life. they were also convicted under. sections 324/149 and 148 and sentenced to two years and one year r.i. respectively. the sentences were directed to run concurrently. all of them have preferred this appeal. the prosecution case is. as follows:2. all the accused are related to each other and are thakurs by caste while the deceased sripal and the injured witnesses are kachuwahas and all of them belong to the same village deshpur. the village is predominantly inhabited by thakurs and there was animosity between the accused and the deceased. it is alleged that in the year 1933 narpat, the father of sikdar, p.w. 1 was murdered and the relations of the accused kalyan singh were charged for that murder and were convicted. in 1967 one premwati and muthu were joint owners of land and .....

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Apr 27 1993 (SC)

inder Singh and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-27-1993

Reported in : JT1993(3)SC653; 1993(2)SCALE667; (1993)3SCC240; [1993]3SCR371

k. ramaswamy, j.1. leave granted in all s,l.ps.2. by notification published in the haryana state gazettee on october 12, 1976, under section 4(1) of land acquisition act 1 of 1894 for short 'the act', the respondent union territory of chandigarh acquired a total extent of 70,09 acres of land situated in manimajra near chandigarh for a public purpose, namely, to set up brick kilns therein. the sands comprised in different khasra numbers within h.b. no. 375, out of which 63.09 acres are abi cultivated lands, the rest are barani (rainfed land) and, ghair munkin (waste land) trenches etc. by award dated january 11, 1977, the collector fixed a sum of rs. 23,600/ - as market value of abi, rs. 17,000/- per acre to barani and rs. 12,000/- to ghair munkin lands. on reference under section 18, the civil court enhanced compensation to rs. 33,600/-per acre to abi lands and no enhancement to other categories with solatium at 15 per cent and interest at 6 per cent per annum on the enhanced compensation from the date of taking possession till date of payment. on appeal the learned single judge in r.f. a. no. 2605 of 1980 etc. by judgment dated august 18, 1981 confirmed the same. thus these appeals by special leave. as common questions of law arise for decision, they are disposed of by common judgment.3. appellants' contention is that the acquired lands possessed of potential value for residential and commercial purposes and there is no justification for classification of the lands and all .....

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May 11 1993 (SC)

Gulzara Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-11-1993

Reported in : JT1993(3)SC668; 1993(2)SCALE808a; (1993)4SCC245; [1993]3SCR645

k. ramaswamy, j.1. the common questions of law arose for decision in these appeals. hence they are disposed of together. notification under section 4(1) of the land acquisition act 1 of 1984 was published in the punjab state gazette on january 27, 1978 acquiring 89 acres 4 canals and 12 marlas of land situated in dhuri village for public purpose, namely to set up new mandi township. the appellants claimed at the rate of rs. 30,000/- per bigha but the land acquisition officer after classifying the lands into six blocks a to f, awarded market value ranging between rs. 30,000/- to rs. 6,000/- per acre. on reference under section 18 of the act, the district judge, sangrur in his judgment dated may 13, 1981 disagreed with the classification and found that all the lands are possessed of the same quality. relying on sale-deeds, ex. p-3 dated september 4, 1972, p-5 dated june 14, 1976, p-2 dated february 23,1977 and p-4 dated july 15,1977, all small extents, he calculated at an average of rs. 1300/- per biswa and awarded to the lands belonging to jaswant kaur, baldev singh and gurdev singh at the rate of rs. 1,000/- per biswa finding that their lands are abutting abadi (village) and for the rest awarded at the rate of rs. 800/- per biswa with statutory solatium at 15% and interest of 6% per annum on enhanced compensation. dissatisfied therewith the state filed the appeals and against disallowed claims, the claimants in one batch filed appeals and in another batch filed cross- .....

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