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Oct 24 1986 (HC)

K. Narmada Vs. the Secretary, Medical and Health Department, State of ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-24-1986

Reported in : AIR1988AP2

..... is the gate- way for future courses of study - courses leading to degrees in arts and sciences and courses leading to professions like engineering, medicine, 1-iw, etc. the indian medical council, an expert body, was constituted under the indian medical council act, 1'956 to control the minimum standards of the medical education and regulate their observance. it is empowered to supervise the qualifications ..... she thus suffered a detriment and, therefore, the respondents should not now be allowed to plead that she was not entitled to a seat in the medical course. the respondents 2 to 4, the principals of the medical colleges halve certain duties to perform as specified in rr. 15, 15a and 19 and they relate to verification of social status certificate, intermediate certificate ..... the ambit of doctrine. it being an equitable doctrine it must yield to equity. whether the cost of packing material was liable to excise duty under sec. 4(4) of the central excises and salt act on the ground that the cost represents the value of the goods was the question that came up for consideration in the aforesaid godfrey phlips india ..... university area in which he seeks admission the effect that the qualification possessed equivalent to or higher than intermediate examination conducted by the board of intermediate education of andhra pradesh. (2) candidates should have completed the age of seventeen years and should not have completed twenty-two years of age as on the 31st dec. of the year of admission. for .....

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Feb 28 1986 (HC)

Sambasiva Rao (P) Vs. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Visakhapatnam

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ547AP

..... a durwan in indian airlines corporation gets a salary of more than rs. 600 per month. it is unfortunate that the petitioner, who secured a medical degree, does not even compare favourably with a low-paid employee else-where. obviously for want of employment else-where and decent prospects to set up private ..... principles governing the employment of persons by state and public corporations, all that has to be examined in the present case is : whether the first respondent acted arbitrarily in dispensing with the services of the petitioner with effect from 1 march, 1985, and in refusing to consider the petitioner's case for regular ..... bench of this court in v. rajagopala reddy v. andhra pradesh state electricity board (1984-ii-llj-176). the decision of the supreme court in subba reddy v. andhra university (supra), is not applicable in case where the services of an employee ..... exercised violating art. 14 of the constitution. that was the view taken by my learned brother jeevan reddy, j., in ranga rao v. hindustan aeronautics (1981) 2 aplj 17 (soc) and p. a. choudary, j., in seshachalam (d. p.) v. administrative staff college of india 1984 lic 875 and also by a ..... time basis from time to time for specific period of 89 days as accepted by the petitioner and he was required to work for 4 1/2 hours a day without any claim or right for regular appointment. it is further pointed our that the petitioner was considered for selection by the .....

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Dec 03 1986 (HC)

K.S.N. Murthy Vs. Indian Commerce and Industries Co. (Pvt.) Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-1986

Reported in : (1988)ILLJ92AP

..... the gratuity amounting to 15 days' average wages for each year. as per sub-section (3) of section 40 of the act, an employee who wants to retire on attaining the age of 60 years or declared physically or mentally unfit by obtaining medical certificate or intends to retire on medical grounds or resign his service, in the case of resignation, a person who wants ..... ex. p-1 giving one month's time and also issued a reminder under ex. p-2. the petitioner claimed that he was relieved on august 14, 1982 and he laid an application under section 44(2) of the andhra pradesh shops and establishments act, 1966 (for short 'the act') claiming several reliefs. presently we are concerned with regard to the gratuity. the authority under ..... appeal. the appellate authority confirmed the order of the competent authority. thus this revision.2. the main ground on which both the tribunals have refused to grant the relief and which was reiterated by the learned counsel for the respondent is that section 40(3) of the act enjoins on the employees to give notice of resignation. the petitioner has given notice of ..... the act granted to the petitioner wages for two months and refused to grant gratuity. the petitioner carried .....

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Aug 08 1986 (HC)

B. Premanand Vs. Satyasai Baba and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-08-1986

Reported in : 1987(32)ELT57(AP)

..... the representation of the petitioner as no case of violation of the provisions of sections 11 and 16 of the act was made out. in that view the question of issuing any direction to the 2nd respondent to take action against respondents 2 to 5 under section 95 of the act does not arise. 12. in the result, i am not satisfied that a case ..... .2 herein, to initiate action against respondents 3 to 5 under section 95 of the act, as according to the petitioner, respondents 3 to 5 have ..... representations made by the petitioner went unheeded. the petitioner, therefore, seeks a writ of mandamus, directing respondents 2 to 5 to initiate action against the first respondent for infringement of the provisions contained in section 8, 11, 14 and 16 of the act, punishable under section 85, 86 and 87 of the act. the petitioner seeks a further direction to the union government respondent no ..... standing counsel also urged that in the facts and circumstances the provisions contained in section 16 of the act also do not come into operation. learned standing counsel urged that it was obviously for the above reasons that respondents 2 to 5 do not think it necessary to initiate any action as urged by the petitioners his representations. 8. i have given my .....

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Mar 28 1986 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. H. Abdul Bakshi and Bros.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-28-1986

Reported in : [1986]160ITR94(AP)

..... which, according to the income-tax officer, were not properly explained. before the completion of the assessment, the income-tax officer had also issued a notice under section 274(2) of the act requiring the assessee to show cause why penalty should not be levied for concealing the income or furnishing inaccurate particulars of such income. in appeal against the assessment, ..... explanation. in that view, the tribunal cancelled the penalty levied by the inspecting assistant commissioner. the commissioner of income-tax required the tribunal to refer the case under section 256(1) of the act. according to the commissioner's request, the tribunal referred the following question of law for consideration of this court : 'whether, on the facts and in the ..... on the existing material itself the presumption raised by the explanation would stand rebutted. broadly, these are the basic principles governing the applicability of the explanation to section 271(1)(c) of the act. learned standing counsel for the revenue, sri m. suryanarayana murthy, does not dispute the correctness of the above basic principles. all that he points out is ..... representing the cash credits in the names of the three creditors became final. 3. the income-tax officer referred the matter regarding the levy of penalty under section 271(1)(c) of the act to the inspecting assistant commissioner, who, according to the law at the relevant time, was the authority empowered to levy penalty. the inspecting assistant commissioner called .....

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Aug 04 1986 (HC)

M. Anjaiah Vs. Praga Tools Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-04-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ78AP

..... (livelihood)' under article 21 of the constitution. 9. under these circumstances, the question is whether the conviction of the petitioner under section 186 ipc and section 70-b of the city police act constitutes moral turpitude. as stated earlier, if it were a case where the petitioner being a security guard had been, while on ..... a moral turpitude as a transgression of the moral duty he owes to the society. since it is an offence punishable under section 186 ipc and sec, 70-b of the city police act, the management has rightly dismissed him on the conviction given by the criminal court. in support thereof, he placed strong reliance ..... drunken brawl, had quarreled with third parties at a public place which was an offence and though he was convicted under section 186 i.p.c. and section 70-b of the city police act, it does not constitute moral turpitude within the meaning of clause 23(35) of standing orders of the respondent. 10. ..... in s.t.c. no. 13 of 1986 dated january 7, 1986 for an offence punishable under section 186 i.p.c. and section 70-b of the hyderabad city police act. the facts are not in dispute. 2. the petitioner has been working as security guard of the respondent. on december 24, 1985, during night ..... a moral turpitude. in risal singh v. chandgi ram 0065/1966 conviction under section 19(f) of the arms act is held not a moral turpitude. in jaysing rangarao raut v. m. s. elec. board (1980-i-ii-llj-117) conviction under sections 149 and 341 i.p.c. is not a moral turpitude and the .....

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Sep 17 1986 (HC)

D. Balasubrahmanyam and ors. Vs. Singareni Collieries and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-17-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ473AP

..... is too slow and cumbersome and wasteful a process. even selection is not too easy. some element of arbitrariness is bound to be present. the situation clearly calls for some degree of latitude being recognized by law in the selecting agency. but giving too much of a free hand to the appointing authorities can easily result in perpetuation of vile recruitment ..... these allegations have been denied both by the singareni colleries and the second respondent. particularly, the second respondent has relied upon his b.e. (mech.) degree and his past experience with eastern coal fields limited. 2. in the counter-affidavit filed by the singareni collieries, it was noted that the second respondent has been working for the past five years in the ..... circumstances, it must be held that the method followed by the management of singareni collieries in receiving an application from the 2nd respondent and considering the same is a clear act of favouritism. considering the fact that they are dealing with public employment and not with a proprietary concern, it must be emphasized that the management should not have adopted those ..... of selection. such a post ought to have been notified. but the vacancy was not notified at all. there are no rules that provided for direct recruitment. selection of r-2 by that method is totally bad. the comparative merit of the second respondent was never ascertained. how the second respondent came to know of the existence of the vacancy was .....

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Dec 26 1986 (HC)

The Andhra Pradesh Steel Wool Industries Cooperative Society Ltd. Vs. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-26-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ66AP

..... employee, unsupported by the other employees. the insertion of section 2-a in the i.d. act, by amending act xxxv of 1965 with effect from 1st december, 1965 enlarged the definition of 'industrial dispute' as defined in section 2(k) of the i.d. act so as to bring within its fold matters relating to ..... the discharge, dismissal, retrenchment or termination of the service of an individual workman also, with the result that the government could refer such industrial dispute for adjudication under section ..... employee who is aggrieved by the termination of his service. he may, at his choice and convenience, either pursue the remedy invoking section 2-a of the i.d. act, or approach the appellate authority (in case of necessity, the labour court also in second appeal). the apprehension that the availability ..... cover, the question which still arises for our consideration is whether there is any repugnancy protanto by reason of the insertion of section 2-a in the i.d. act, whereby disputes raised by an individuals workman in regard to termination of services, which are not espoused by the union or ..... who has completed the age of sixty years or who is physically or mentally unfit having been so declared by a medical certificate, or who wants to retire on medical grounds or to resign his service may give up his employment after giving to his employer notice of at least one .....

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Oct 17 1986 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Ravi Constructions and Uma Construction ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-17-1986

Reported in : [1987]169ITR662(AP)

..... be taken together and the real intention of the parties and the real nature of the relationship between them determined, as directed in section 6 of the partnership act. we have pointed out hereinbefore that the approach of the appellate authorities in this case has been totally different, which has vitiated ..... income of the firm. 19. as against the above, learned standing counsel bring to our notice the decision of the calcutta high court in cit v. janatha medical stores : [1985]155itr377(cal) . in this decision it was held that in, view of the decision of the supreme court in k. d. kamath ..... 'm/s. ravi constructions, visakhaptanam', had come into existence and whether it is entitled to registration under the income-tax ac 12. section 4 of the partnership act defines the expression 'partnership' as 'the relation between persons who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all ..... firm, regard shall be had to the real relation between the parties, as shown by all relevant facts taken together.' the two explanations, appended to section 6, are equally relevant and may be reproduced : 'explanation 1. - the sharing of profits or of gross returns arising from property by persons ..... there must be agreement entered into by all the persons concerned; (ii) the agreement must be to share the profits of the business; and (iii) the business must be carried on by all or any of the partners concerned acting for all. section 6 says that, in determining whether a firm exists or not, .....

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Sep 22 1986 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Anasuya Devi

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-22-1986

Reported in : [1987]168ITR587(AP)

..... sunil siddharthbhai v. cit : [1985]156itr509(sc) becomes applicable. in view of that decision, it must be held that there is a transfer within the meaning of section 2(47) of the income-tax act when the partners unilaterally threw the asset into the partnership stock. but then, the supreme court observed that the claim for levy of tax on the capital gains ..... the partnership, the property owned by the assessee and her sons was thrown into the common stock of the partnership so that the property became partnership property under section 14 of the partnership act. in consideration of the assessee and her two sons throwing the property in to the partnership stock, their capital accounts were credited with a sum of rs. 8 ..... or any part of the same as business profits in the absence of any sale or transfer ?' 2. the tribunal declined to refer any of the five questions to this court under section 256(1) of the act and hence this application under section 256(2) of the act. 3. it is not necessary to set out the facts in great detail. it is perhaps enough ..... y.v. anjaneyulu, j.1. this application under section 256(2) of the income-tax act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), is filed by the commissioner of income-tax seeking to raise the following five questions of law : '1. whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the .....

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