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Oct 14 1965 (HC)

M.H. Tejani Vs. Kulsumbai M. Jetha

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-14-1965

Reported in : AIR1967Bom300; (1966)68BOMLR809

..... . there is no doubt that if the reason given in the petition that the father-in-law and the brother-in-law were attempting to mediate was true, it would have found place in the letter which the petitioner wrote in february 1963 to the respondent. this reason which is now ..... written on the 18th of february 1963 the petitioner made no reference whatsoever to these efforts by hashambhoy jetha and akbar jetha and these efforts at mediation were for the first time referred to in the petition, which was filed in july 1963. the letter refers to a supposed promise by ..... and so arbitration was not necessary. the efforts hashambhoy jetha, did not succeed. thereafter the petitioner's brother-in-law. akbar jetha also tried to mediate but failed. it was after these efforts failed that the petitioner requested the respondent to execute the formal agreement to arbitration. it is curious that in ..... the case, the question of proceeding with the arbitration in this matter does not arise at all.' thus, on the ground that the efforts for mediation by the petitioner's father-in-law and brother-in-law had failed and also on the ground that the respondent had deliberately avoided execution of ..... -in-law of the petitioner, however, did not succeed. according to the petitioner, her brother-in-law. akbar jetha mediated but it was of no avail. after both these efforts for mediation had failed, the petitioner had requested the respondent to execute a formal agreement of reference to arbitration so that the arbitration .....

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Apr 28 1965 (FN)

Railway Clerks Vs. Employees Ass'n

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-28-1965

..... organizations that have been designated and authorized to represent the employees involved in the dispute, and certify the same to the carrier. . . . in such an investigation, the mediation board shall be authorized to take a secret ballot of the employees involved, or to utilize any other appropriate method of ascertaining the names of their duly designated and authorized ..... the carrier shall treat with the representative so certified as the representative of the craft or class for the purposes of this chapter. in such an investigation, the mediation board shall be authorized to take a secret ballot of the employees involved, or to utilize any other appropriate method of ascertaining the names of their duly designated and ..... that it did so in a manner satisfying any possible constitutional requirements that might exist. its determination, therefore, is not subject to judicial review. switchmen's union v. national mediation board, supra. as was pointed out there, the "highly selective manner in which congress has provided for judicial review of administrative orders or determinations under the act," id. at ..... u.s. 650 certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit syllabus the brotherhood of railway and steamship clerks (brotherhood) filed with the national mediation board (board) an application under 2, ninth of the railway labor act, which, as later amended, requested investigation of a representation dispute among the "clerical, office, stores, .....

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Mar 29 1965 (FN)

American Ship Building Co. Vs. Labor Board

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-29-1965

..... a vote, and made no counteroffer. negotiations were broken off without any definite plans for further meetings between the parties. future meetings were left to the call of a federal mediator. faced with the situation of an expired contract and the unions free to strike at any time, in particular at a time of their own choosing during the busy season ..... )(4) (1958 ed.) prohibits the use of a strike or lockout unless requisite notice procedures have been complied with; 29 u.s.c. 173(c) (1958 ed.) directs the federal mediation and conciliation service to seek voluntary resolution of labor disputes without resort to strikes or lockouts; and 29 u.s.c. 176, 178 (1958 ed.) authorize procedures whereby the president ..... in june and early july during which negotiations focussed upon the fringe benefit questions without any substantial progress. at the last meeting, the parties resolved to call in the federal mediation and conciliation page 380 u. s. 303 service, which set the next meeting for july 19. at this meeting, the unions first unveiled their demand for a 20-cent-an .....

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Dec 24 1965 (HC)

Advocate-general, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad Vs. V. Ramana Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-24-1965

Reported in : AIR1967AP299; 1967CriLJ1470

..... that the atmosphere was unfavourable to him, obtained an injunction order after winning over the munsif and who had after mustering up his strength got himself unanimously elected at the mediation effected by sri neelam sanjeeva reddi; and his knack in also managing to secure court orders during the course of his trial to capture the marketing society, deserves all praise .....

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Jan 18 1965 (FN)

Whitney Nat'l Bank Vs. New Orleans Bank

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-18-1965

..... states, 316 u. s. 407 , 316 u. s. 423 -424, that, absent a congressional page 379 u. s. 428 design to bar all judicial review ( switchmen's union v. national mediation board, 320 u. s. 297 ), injunctive relief is available where administrative remedies are either inapplicable or inadequate. this rule keeps the comptroller from being a free-wheeling agency dispensing federal .....

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Oct 06 1965 (SC)

Hari Krishna Bhargav Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-06-1965

Reported in : AIR1966SC619; [1966]59ITR243(SC); [1966]2SCR22

shah, j. 1. the petitioner who is a trader at meerut was ordered by the income-tax officer, d-ward, meerut, to pay rs. 1,800/- as annuity deposit under ch. xxii-a of the income-tax act, 1961. the petitioner has filed this petition challenging the validity of the demand on the plea that ch. xxii-a of the income-tax act is unconstitutional and is otherwise violative of the fundamental right guaranteed by art. 14 of the constitution. 2. the indian income-tax act 43 of 1961 was enacted by the parliament to consolidate and amend the law relating to income-tax and super-tax. the act came into force on april 1, 1962. the parliament enacted finance act 5 of 1964 to give effect to the financial proposals of the central government for the financial year 1964-65, and by s. 3(1) of that act it was provided : 'save as otherwise provided in chapter xxii-a of the income-tax act, annuity deposit for the assessment year commencing on the 1st day of april, 1964, shall be made by every person to whom the provisions of that chapter apply at the rates specified in the second schedule.' 3. by s. 44 of the finance act, ch. xxii-a relating to annuity deposit containing sections 280-a to 280-x was introduced into the income-tax act. by that chapter taxpayers of certain categories are required to make annuity deposits for every assessment year commencing from the assessment year 1964-65. by the second schedule to the finance act, rates of annuity deposits are prescribed. the deposit has to be made by .....

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Feb 22 1965 (SC)

State of Bombay (Now Maharashtra) Vs. Narul Latif Khan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-22-1965

Reported in : AIR1966SC269; (1966)IILLJ595SC; 1966MhLJ46(SC); [1965]3SCR135

gajendragadkar, c.j.1. the short question of law which arises in this appeal is whether theappellant, the state of bombay (now maharashtra), shows that its predecessorstate of madhya pradesh (hereinafter called the government) had given areasonable opportunity to the respondent, narul latif khan, to defend himselfbefore it passed the final order on june 6, 1952 compulsorily retiring himunder article 353 of the civil service regulations. by this order, therespondent was compulsorily retired and in relaxation of art. 353, thegovernment was pleased to allow the respondent to draw a compassionateallowance equal to the pension which would have been admissible to him had hebeen invalidated. 2. this order was challenged by the respondent by filing a suit in the courtof the first additional district judge at nagpur. in his plaint, the respondentalleged that the impugned order whereby he was compulsorily retired, wasinvalid and he claimed a declaration that it was ultra vires and inoperative.he also asked for a declaration that he was entitled to be restored to the postwhich he held on july 6, 1950, and that he should be given all pay, allowances,increments and promotions to which he would have been entitled if he had beenpermitted to continue in service. in the result, the respondent asked for adecree for rs. 62,237 with interest at 6 per cent per annum from the date ofthe suit till realisation. 3. this claim was resisted by the appellant on several grounds. theprincipal ground on .....

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Mar 05 1965 (HC)

Public Prosecutor Vs. Pasala Jogi

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-05-1965

Reported in : AIR1966AP96; 1966CriLJ393

..... . w. 1 never requested them to act as mediators. in view of this evidence, the food department cannot expect the court to accept their evidence. in these circumstances, the order of acquittal passed by the magistrate is correct, and ..... no. 37 of 1965 dated 8-2-1965, (ap) venkalesam, observed as follows:'the sanitary inspector, p. w. 1, deposed that even though be attempted to secure the services of mediators he could not do so. that evidence was given the lie direct by p. w. 3, the sanitary coolie, that in fact two customers came to that shop, but p ..... (air 1961 andh pra 25), a contention was raised by the accused that there was violation of provisions of section 10(7) of the act on the ground that no mediators were called in at the time of seizure. it appears that the accused denied the offence and raised various pleas. munikannaiah, j. considered the various decisions which i have relerred ..... that the milk was seized from the accused and was sold by him. i, therefore, hold that the act of the food inspector in getting only one mediator and failing to get two mediators does not mean that the sale and seizure cannot be acted upon for the purpose of finding the accused guilty. the first ground it not tenable.16. the .....

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Aug 18 1965 (HC)

Chegondi Venkataramadas Vs. Bonam Latchanna and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-18-1965

Reported in : AIR1966AP277

..... of tobacco and 3 baskets of chillies on 27-4-1952 and removed the same to the village chavadi for safe custody after preparing an inventory of the same through mediators, that the quality of the tobacco seized was not good and the size was not uniform, and that the amount realised in the circumstances was fair and reasonable. it was ..... the said boat in godavary. when i came to know this matter i immediately went to the place where the said tobacco was placed, and in the presence of the mediators, i attached the said 89 packages of tobacco and 3 baskets of chillies which were about to be transported. i, thinking that it was not safe to keep the said .....

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Sep 08 1965 (HC)

Public Prosecutor, Andhra Pradesh Vs. Pasala Rama Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-08-1965

Reported in : AIR1967AP49

..... the brass bindis and the aluminium vessels that were kept on the ground at the bus stand did not belong the respondent. p.w 2, who had acted as a mediator and had a tea stall in the compound of the bus stand, turned hostile to the prosecution and was cross-examined. he has signed all the three documents, ex. p ..... .45 np. per seer. p.w. 1 then asked appalaswamy who has been examined as p.w. 2 to act as a mediator and two other persons who were at the bus stand. but those persons refused to figure as mediators. then in the presence of appalaswamy and another sanitary inspector who has been examined as p.w. 3, p.w. 1 .....

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