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Jan 15 1986 (HC)

Ram Kumar and Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-15-1986

Reported in : ILR1987Delhi480

..... 5, 7, 13 and 15. samples of saliva of both the accused were taken and were sent for chemical examination. the chemical examiner could not give any definite opinion regarding the saliva of karambir, but as regards the saliva of ram kumar it was found to be of 'a' group.(22) the shirt seized from ..... years (ago found by the additional sessions judge to be 18 years as on 9th may 1980 on the basis of the medical report) residence of village tajpur were tried on the charges under sections 376 and 302 of the indian penal code in the court of shri g. s. dakha, additional sessions judge. the ..... krishna, elder sister of kamlesh. the witnesses who have given evidence regarding this incident are highly interested, and we do not feel safe at all in acting on this interested evidence.(45) great stress has been laid by bawa gurcharan singh on the motive vedo had transferred her land to tara chand, father of ..... investigating officer says that he did not take into possession the cot on which the deceased was lying. this we find difficult to believe. public witness 2 constable shiv raj singh states that in his presence the police had taken into possession the cot on which the deceased was lying. in a case like ..... which is dilated : external injuries : (1) abrasion on the left side neck upper part, size 1' x 1', placed horizontally, colour i.s reddish brown; (2) one abrasion on the left side neck near the submandibular angle size 2110^ x 1] 10^ reddish in colour. (3) one abrasion on the left side chest, 1 .....

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Jan 15 1986 (HC)

Nanney Khan Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-15-1986

Reported in : 1986(10)DRJ208

..... of the mind, as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing, or, if he did know it, that he did not know he was doing what was wrong.'(2) section 84 indian penal code has incorporated this definition of unsoundness of mind and in a catena of judgments the highest court of ..... this country has held that under section 84 indian penal code the crucial point of time at which unsoundness of ..... . the learned judges in that case inter-alia laid down as under : 'every man is to be presumed to be same and to possess a sufficient degree of reason to be responsible for his crimes, until the contrary be proved to their jury's satisfaction, and that to establish a defense on the ground ..... unsoundness of the accused. the accused has also not set up such a defense. in our view, thereforee, the accused is not entitled to the benefit of section 84 ipc. (3) we are, thereforee, of the view that the case against the appellant is amply proved and he has been rightly convicted and sentenced ..... to whether the accused - will be entitled to the benefit of exception under section 84 of indian penal code. we may notice the law on the subject which is very clear. the legal conception of insanity differs considerably from the medical conception. it is not every form of sanity or madness that is recognised by .....

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Oct 03 1986 (HC)

Pyare Lal and anr. Vs. Sita Ram Mamgoi and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-03-1986

Reported in : 31(1987)DLT140; 1986(11)DRJ335

..... the code would apply to serving police officials of all ranks of delhi police force charged with the maintenance of public order. sub-sections (2) and (3) of section 197 of the code are reproduced below:- 'xxxx xx xx xx xx (2^ no court shall take cognizance of any offence alleged to have been committed by any member of the armed forces of the ..... union while acting or purporting to act in the discharge of his official duty, except with the previous sanction of the central government. (3) the state government may, by notification, direct that the pro- visions of sub-section (2) shall apply to such class or category of the members of the forces ..... was given several beatings and complete thrashing by police people with the result the applicant's left hand wrist was fractured. it is swollen and paining like anything but no medical aid was done in this case.'(14) in annexure b, the anticipatory bail application of the other complainant jagdish kumar it is asserted in para no. 4 as follows :- 'thatthe ..... received injuries on his head, hand and leg and his left hand was also broken. even though petitioner pyare lal requested respondent sita ram s.h.o. to get his medical examination done, the same was not got done by him.(3) the learned magistrate vide his order dated 3rd june, 1985, after recording the pre-summoning evidence of the petitioners .....

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Feb 14 1986 (HC)

State Vs. Dinesh Kumar

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-14-1986

Reported in : 1986CriLJ1527; 1986(11)DRJ1

..... that in deciding whether a sample of suji in a particular case is adulterated or not it must come within the ambit of the definition under section 2(ia)(f) of the pfa act according to which an article of food shall be adulterated if it consists wholly or in part of any filthy putrid, rotten, decomposed ..... the opinion expressed was as under :- 'we are of the opinion that the high court was clearly wrong in its interpretation of section 2(i)(f). on the plain language of the definition it is quite apparent that the words 'or is otherwise unfit for human consumption' are disjunctive of the rest of the words ..... was cast upon the public analyst to say that it was adulterated and unfit for human consumption due to the insect infestation. a combined reading of section 2(ia)(f) with rule a. 18.03 clearly goes to show that the food article was adulterated and the mere fact that the public analyst ..... as well as pural mal case (supra) is misplaced.(13) relying on the case of tek chand bhatia (supra) we are of the view that under section 2(ia)(f) if an article of food or part thereof is filthy, putrid, rotten, decomposed, or diseased animal or vegetable substance or insect infested, no ..... of purity or any minimum proportion of insects infestation that would exclude it from the definition of 'adulterated article' it will be a mixed question of law and fact. whether the insect infestation is of such a nature, degree and extent as renders the article unfit for human consumption. the opinion of public .....

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Mar 18 1986 (HC)

N.C. Sippy and anr. Vs. Prem Kumar

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-18-1986

Reported in : 30(1986)DLT55

..... cxists, as also sale or distribution of the infringing copy would be covered by the said section. the explanationn to section 2(f) of the act which has been added by the amendment act 65 of 1984 expressly states that the video films shall also be deemed to be work produced ..... c.b. in the queen v. william ritson and samuel ritson, (1869) 1(8) l r c c 200, as under:- 'the definition of forgery is not, as has been suggested in argument, that every instrument containing false statements fraudulently made is a forgery; but, adopting the correction ..... of the motion pictures association, delhi. on 4th september 1984 he instituted a complaint against shri hira sobhachand choithramani and ten others under section 63 of the act and sections 465, 467, 468, 471 & 380, 1pc. he has averred that shri hira sobhagchand choithramani, accused no. 1, was the ..... to the offences under sections 465 & 467 indian penal code . both these sections provide punishment for the offence of forgery. of course, the offence envisaged in section 467 is graver in nature and of higher degree as compared to the one punishable under section 465 indian penal code . section 463 defines forgery as ..... making of a false document or a part of the document with one of the criminal intents specified therein. the actus reuse is making a false document and the means read may be anyone of those mentioned in the said section section .....

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Feb 21 1986 (HC)

S.K. Singh Vs. Governor, Union Territory of Delhi and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-21-1986

Reported in : ILR1987Delhi591

..... provided by attaching the additional condition of previous approval of the director of education. (23) reliance, however, is placed by the learned counsel fur the petitioner en sub-section (2) of section 8 of the act which enjoins that subject to any rule that may be made in this behalf no employee of a recognised school shall be dismissed, removed or reduced in rank ..... his services should be terminated. such candidate may be allowed to continue beyond the initial period of two years in order to allow the confirming authority to arrive at a definite opinion. it seems to us difficult to hold that a candidate enjoys any greater right to confirmation if he is allowed to continue beyond the initial period of probation.'(8 ..... can be -..:id to bl a slalutory body or an authority within the meaning of article 12 of the constitution. in executive committee of vaisli degree college, sham'i (supra) the supeme court observed that : 'bclorc^ii institution can be a statutory body it must be i.i'eatfu by or under the statute and owe its existence to a slatlitt:. this ..... a statute. (see indian airlines corporation (supra) and executive committee of vaish degree college, shamli and others v. lakshmi narain and ors. : (1976)iillj163sc ) (ii) :(15) evidently the case on hand does not fall under categories (i) & (ii) above. it is said to be a case where a statutory body has acted in breach violation of the maidaory provision of slatihory rules. the qestion .....

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May 01 1986 (HC)

i.T.C. Ltd. and Another Vs. Union of India and Anothers

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-01-1986

Reported in : 1987(30)ELT321(Del)

..... action on the part of the legislature. as we see it, and insofar as is relevant for purposes of our present discussion, atleast three ambiguities in the definition of 'value' in sections 4(4)(d)(ii) were highlighted by judicial decisions : (a) does excise duty payable and livable refer only to the excise duty payable under the first schedule or does it also ..... , it became necessary to modify it substantially. a new sub-section (4) was, thereforee, substituted for the old one by section 2 of the central excises and salt (amendment) act, 1973 but this sub-section became effective only from 1-10-1975 on the issue of notification as envisaged by the amendment act. this new section, as it stood at the time of the filing of theses ..... what it explicitly declares, either in express terms or by clear implication, or in other words, beyond the immediate scope and objection of the statute. it is in the last degree improbable that the legislature would over-throw fundamental principles, infringe rights or depart from the general system of law without expressing its intention with irresistible clearness.' 20. this principle has ..... such exemption.' in case, however, there is no such exemption the reduction will be to the extent of excise duty computed with reference to the rate specified in the act or central act in respect of such goods. 26. the last few words of the second para of the explanationn which have been underlined above also took care of the third issue .....

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Mar 04 1986 (HC)

Amarjit Singh Vs. Punjab National Bank and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-04-1986

Reported in : [1987]61CompCas153(Delhi); [1987(54)FLR261]; (1986)IILLJ354Del

..... amended only by a regulation similarly made and it is common case that the regulations are made in exercise of powers conferred by section 19 read with sub-section (2) of section 12 of the banking companies (acquisition and transfer of undertakings) act by the board in consultation with the reserve bank of india and with the previous sanction of the central government. the regulations ..... in writing by order, remove from the office the chairman, the chief executive officer or any other officer or employee of a banking company. sub-section (2) of this section enjoins that no order under the section shall be made unless the officer concerned had been 'given a reasonable opportunity of making a representation to the reserve bank against the proposed order'. proviso ..... other irregularities pointed out by the to these accounts there were other irregularities pointed by the reserve bank, but 'the head office of the respondent-bank had, however, initiated no definite action on the basis of the said report, though it does transpire that the board of the respondent-bank, from time to time, had issued directives and instructions to the ..... be eligible for gratuity on : (a) retirement, (b) death, (c) disablement rendering him unfit for further service as certified by a medical officer approved by the bank, or (d) resignation after completing ten years of continuous service. (2) the amount of gratuity payable to an officer shall be one month's pay for every completed year of service, subject to a .....

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May 21 1986 (TRI)

Aruna Industries Vishakhapatnam Vs. Collector of Central Excise and

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi

Decided on : May-21-1986

Reported in : (1986)(9)ECC35

..... site of the customers would not amount to a manufacture. hence even assuming that the respondents are manufacturers since the goods are not manufactured in a factory under section 2(m) of the factories act or cleared from a factory, the provisions of the central excise rules could not apply.24. the third question that remains to be considered is whether the ..... to medical college and hospital cannot be separated from the main institution. employees are not workers and the laundry is not a factory."(tribunal), (maharashtra agro industries development corporation ltd., v. collector of central excise, bombay)- "the workers employed in the construction of a new unit of an existing factory are not employees as defined in section 2(2) of the employees state insurance act ..... circumstances of the case." 1985 (20) elt 280 (delhi) (metal forgings p. ltd. and anr. v. union of india and ors.) "now once an article comes into existence with the definite identity, the process of manufacture is complete and it is exigible to duty." factory: air 1956 (43) bombay 219, (state v. ardeshir hormusji bhiwandiwala) "the expression 'premises including precincts' merely ..... by hand in the sense that nobody can create matter by hand, it is the transformation of a matter into something else and that something else is a question of degree, whether that something else is a different commercial commodity having its distinct character, use and name and commercially known as such from that point of view is a question .....

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Jun 30 1986 (TRI)

Raj Brothers Agencies Vs. Collector of Central Excise

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi

Decided on : Jun-30-1986

Reported in : (1986)(9)ECC157

..... ) in relation to the "value" of the article".(tribunal) (collector of central excise, calcutta v. kanoria jute mills, calcutta) the tribunal considered the import of packing qua the definition of manufacture in - section 2(f).it was held that the goods were treated as fully manufactured for the purpose of accounting in the statutory records only if the goods have been put in ..... the normal minimum packing without which they cannot be delivered to the market. the contention that section 2(f) recognised packing as a process of manufacture only in respect of specified goods is repelled. in 1986 (24) e.l.t. 135 (tribunal) (collector of central excise, bhubaneswary. orient ..... the sale of the manufactured product either in retail or wholesale. packing has to be taken into consideration for the purpose of the provisions of the central excises act including section 2(f)of the act. this is apparent from the decision of the supreme court in 1983 e.l.t 1896 (s.c.) (union of india and ors. etc. etc. v. bombay tyre ..... judgement is as follows: "we have also been referred to s.2(f) of the act which defines the expression "manufacture" and it is urged that the degree of packing to be considered for the purpose of including its cost in the "value" of an excisable article should be spelled out from that definition. we are unable to accept the suggestion. the expression "manufacture .....

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