Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Dec-20-1956
Reported in : AIR1957SC271; 1SCR208
venkatarama aiyar, j. 1. the appellant was one of the candidates who stood for election to the legislative assembly of the patiala and east punjab states union from the faridkot constituency in the general elections held in 1954. he secured the largest number of votes, and was declared duly elected. the result was notified in the official gazette on february 27, 1954, and the return of the election expenses was published therein on may, 2, 1954. on may 18, 1954, the first respondent filed a petition under s. 81 of the representation of the people act no. xliii of 1951, hereinafter referred to as the act, and therein he prayed that the election of the appellant might be declared void on the ground that he and his agents had committed various corrupt and illegal practices, of which particulars were given. the appellant filed a written statement denying these allegations. he therein raised the further contention that the election petition had not been presented within the time limited by law, and was, therefore, liable to be dismissed. rule 119, which prescribes the period within which election petitions have to be filed, runs, so far as it is material, as follows : 119. 'time within which an election petition shall be presented :- an election petition calling in question an election may, - (a) in the case where such petition is against a returned candidate, be presented under section 81 at any time after the date of publication of the name of such candidate under section 67 but .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Decided on : Apr-11-1956
Reported in : AIR1957Mad100
..... that the lands of the family in narasingam-pettai and other lands taken on lease by them were not put in the possession of the mediators, in this mediation a strenuous attempt was made to draw up lists of the assets of the family. d. w. 3 krishnas-awmi ayyangar collected data with ..... the learned subordinate judge was constrained to agree. no doubt, the idea of settling matters by administering oaths appears to have been entertained at the mediation : see paragraph 34 of his judgment.in the face of the large volume of evidence about this taking of oaths which could not be a ..... 17 but i cannot say even approximately how long prior to ex. a-17 this arrangement took place. the arrangement was come to in the presence of mediator narayanaswami padayachi. he and krishnaswami ayyangar alone know about it'. .this narayanaswami padayachi referred to is not a witness. as reagrds krishnaswami ayyangar examined as ..... deed written in 1938 by d. w. 10. but this draft did not result in a partition deed being executed. in 1939 the parties sought a mediation by an influential ryot of tirukkodikaval by name narayanasami padayachi, krishnaswami ay-yangar, examined as d. w. 3, and one doraisami. padayachi. to these three ..... an extra share as the eldest son, which the other brothers were unwilling to concede.in the same year there was another attempt at partition by the mediation of panchapakesa ayyar, the karnam of tuhili, doraisami mudaliar and tuhili / muthiah pillai. exs. b-6 to rule 10 and a-8 relate to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : US Supreme Court
Decided on : Feb-27-1956
..... modification;" "(2) offers to meet and confer with the other party for the purpose of negotiating a new contract or a contract containing the proposed modifications;" "(3) notifies the federal mediation and conciliation service within thirty days after such notice of the existence of a dispute, and simultaneously therewith notifies any state or territorial agency established to ..... mediate and conciliate disputes within the state or territory where the dispute occurred, provided no agreement has been reached by that time; and" "(4) continues in full force and effect, without .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Oct-16-1956
Reported in : AIR1957All273
..... obtained possession of that set.raghunath prasad was prosecuted on the allegation that, though he had mortgaged the radio set with nathu lal agarwal, he had continued to be in 'mediate possession of the set'. the learned magistrate held that raghunath prasad was not in possession of it and, consequently, acquitted' raghunath prasad.3. we have heard learned deputy government advocate .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Decided on : Sep-27-1956
Reported in : AIR1957Mad330
..... have up till now a female child by name annamalai ammal aged six years. as regarding to my promise given at the time of your marriage in the presence of mediators that i should give you immovable pioljerlies. i have by this deed given you the properties shown in schedule hereto valued at rs. 600 and now itself placed you in .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Decided on : Jul-18-1956
Reported in : AIR1957Mad198
..... chetti, the plaintiff's father is said to have settled the maintenance claim of his daughter by executing ex. b-3 in pursuance of the arbitration award ex. b-2 mediated under the muchalika ex, b-l. the plaintiff has always been residing with her lather, because she has not joined her husband, this being a pre-puberty marriage. in 1950 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Jun-27-1956
Reported in : AIR1956Bom743; (1956)58BOMLR817; ILR1957Bom6
chagla, c.j.1. this petition raises a rather important question with regard to conciliation proceedings under the industrial disputes act. it appears that there was a dispute between the second opponent company and its workers with regard to wages, dear-ness allowance, leave facilities etc. and on 30-1-1955 a meeting of the workers was called where one mahadik was authorised by his co-workers to make representations to the second opponent company with regard to their demands.the second opponent company wanted to negotiate with the workers who had a representative capacity and therefore the government labour officer was approached to hold a meeting at which representatives of the workers would be elected under his supervision. accordingly a meeting was-held on 17-3-1955 at which five workmen were elected by the workers present to be their representatives.on 7-4-1955 the second opponent company and the elected representatives of the workers wrote a letter to the conciliation officer to the effect that they had come to a negotiated agreement in regard to the demand relating to wages, dearness allowance and leave facilities and that they desired to sign a memorandum of settlement before him. accordingly on 11-4-1955 both the parties appeared before the conciliation officer, the first opponent, and produced before him a draft agreement. this draft agreement was considered by the conciliation officer and he explained to the elected representatives of the workers in marathi the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kolkata
Decided on : May-29-1956
Reported in : AIR1957Cal511,61CWN572
..... a right. (3) 'under-tenant' means a person who has acquired a right to hold non-agricultural land for any of the purposes provided in this act either immediately or mediately under a tenant and includes also the successors in interest of persons who have acquired such a right.' 14. the definition in section 2(5) is very wide. literally read .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Decided on : May-08-1956
Reported in : AIR1956All597; (1957)ILLJ32All
..... the terms of employment or with the conditions of labour, of any person.' it authorises the central or the, state government to appoint conciliation officers charged with the duty of mediating in and promoting the settlement of industrial disuptes and also for the constitution of boards of conciliation for promoting the settlement of industrial disputes and courts of inquiry and industrial .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Decided on : Mar-02-1956
Reported in : 1957CriLJ1393
..... railway police sub-inspector, took up investigation and on 11-1-1955 searched the house of the petitioner who is a sundry shop keeper at guntakal, in the presence of mediators, one of whom was p.w. 5. he seized two gunny bags which were found in the petitioner's house. one of these gunny bags contained 4 pieces of cots ..... gist of the petitioner's defence is that he was not aware of the contents of the two gunny bags which were left with him by basigadu and buddodu. the mediator p.w. 5 himself admitted in his further cross-examination:p.w. 7 brought three madigas along with him to the house of the accused. they told us that they .....Tag this Judgment!