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Apr 08 1986 (HC)

N.G.E.F. Vs. Poonacha

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-08-1986

Reported in : ILR1986KAR3205

..... . whether there is facility for conducting tubectomy in the nursing home and whether there are wards for in-patients etc. should be noted in the report.'about 220 employees produced medical certificates stating that their wives have undergone tubectomy operations, and all those certificates have been given by dr. h. s. hegde of jalajakshi nursing home, bangalore. out of those ..... domestic enquiry, the finding of guilt recorded by the enquiry officer is wholly unsustainable. the charges framed against the respondent are :-'standingorder 20(3) :fraud ordishonesty.-do-20(11):any act subversiveof discipline.-do-20(22):deliberately makingfalse statement before a superior knowing to be false.-do-20(39):neglect of dutyincluding carelessness.-do-20(45):abetment of anymisconduct.we have ..... statement filed before the enquiry officer, the respondent, has, inter alia, stated :'i once again humbly submit that i have strictly followed the instructions issued vide memo dated 12-2-84. i also used to get instructions from so and dso that i should visit the said nursing home and after verifying the records should submit report accordingly. in all ..... stage of preliminary hearing, this court does not give any reason. but out of deference to the counsel who argued the matter at length, we may briefly indicate our reasons.2. c. k. poonacha, the respondent, was one of the six security superintendents in the appellant-ngef which is a factory employing about 6000 workmen including officers. the factory had .....

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Mar 26 1986 (HC)

Laly Vs. Bangalore University

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-26-1986

Reported in : ILR1987KAR610

..... admission of students in the colleges or institutions maintained or controlled by it belonging to the classes of persons mentioned in sub-section (2) of section 6 of the act and not prescribing the conditions of eligibility for admission to b.ed degree examination.8.1 point no. (3) : it is the case of the petitioners in writ petitions 20794, 20794a and 20794b of 1983 ..... such a regulation can be held to be arbitrary or brings about any discrimination. the constitution itself makes a provision to enable the state and the authorities falling within the definition of the expression 'the state' as defined by article 12 of the constitution, to make special provisions for the advancement of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, etc. however, leaned counsel for ..... and was directory in nature. it was further held that it was outside the authority of the council under section 33 of the medical council act to recommend the process of selection. therefore, the council advisedly and deliberately used such language in regulation no. ii so as to make the position clear and place the matter beyond any doubt that it was merely directory ..... with regard to which the legislature of a state had power to make laws and as there was no legislation covering the field of selection of candidates for admission to medical colleges, the state government was undoubtedly competent to pass executive orders in that regard. in para 25 of the judgment it was further made clear by stating thus :'in the .....

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Feb 10 1986 (HC)

Poonacha Vs. New Government Electric Factory

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-10-1986

Reported in : ILR1986KAR3181

..... ved praksh gupta -v.- delton cable india (p) ltd, : (1984)illj546sc and in the light of the amendment to section 2(s) of the i.d. act (for short the act) raising the upper limit of salaries drawn by supervisors to rs. 1600/- so as to enable them to qualify themselves for the ..... control nor a subordinate of the petitioner. the doctor is an independent person and be is answerable for bis actions only to the indian medical council and not to the management or to the security department of the management. the petitioner in the position of security superintendent will not ..... ; that the was not aware that the records and registers maintained by any nursing home are open to scrutiny and verification by authorities like indian medical council and tax authorities etc; that he did not find any stamps, seal, endorsement or notings of the above said authorities in the register ..... the very persons who committed fraud on the management appeared as management witnesses and they narrated in detail how they obtained bogus certificates from the medical practitioners who had issued such certificates and how they withdrew the amounts by producing these certificates and other incidental facts leading to the exoneration of ..... as an act of fraud or an act which will impeach either the credibility of the petitioner or his honesty or his faithfulness in the discharge of his duties. the degree of care that has to be bestowed on a certain work varies from person to person and unless there are definite guidelines .....

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Mar 05 1986 (HC)

Arun Prasad Vs. Chairman, Selection Committee

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-05-1986

Reported in : ILR1986KAR1331; 1986(1)KarLJ384

..... these rules including power of selection committee. these rules are applicable to selection of candidates to various post-graduate degree/diploma courses in state in respect of seats in government medical colleges as well as private medical colleges as indicated in schedule-i.'college' means any medical college in the state of karnataka, whether government or private imparting education for a post-graduate ..... orderdoddakale gowda, j.grievance of petitioner relates to allotment of his admission to study m.d. in medicine to a private medical college.2. petitioner though secured admission in merit pool has been assigned to gulbarga medical collage, an institution run by a registered society. his contention is that when he has secured admission in merit pool he must have been assigned ..... viz., before trenching upon the power of management to make admission, government should avail of all the facilities available in colleges maintained by it. clause (c) of sub-rule (2) of rule 11 is intended to meet such contingency and not to make selection in piece-meal or college-wise.9. sri t. s. ramachandra, learned counsel, when confronted ..... be added to the marks obtained in the respective subject in mbbs reduced to 100, for the candidates who have passed diploma course in the concerned xxx xxx(2) (a) the selection committee shall prepare a common list of candidates finally selected based on the total number of seats and thereafter allot the selected candidates to different colleges .....

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Jan 10 1986 (HC)

V.B. Kori Vs. Assistant Professional Tax Officer

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-10-1986

Reported in : [1986]161ITR668(KAR); [1986]161ITR668(Karn)

..... individual,(ii) a hindu undivided family,(iii) a company,(iv) a firm,(v) an association of persons or a ..... partner amounts to double taxation and is not permissible under the scheme of the act. 6. sri sarangan, learned counsel for the petitioner, has advanced his argument largely based on the scheme of the income-tax act. in this context, he has relied upon the definition of 'person' in section 2(31) of the act, which defines 'person' as follows : 'person' includes - (i) an ..... or is employed in any manner in the state specified in the second column of the schedule, at the rates mentioned therein. 3. 'person' is defined under the act in section 2(h). it reads thus : '2. (h) 'person' means, any person who is engaged in any profession, trade, calling or employment in the state of karnataka and includes a hindu undivided family, ..... body of individuals, whether incorporated or not,(vi) a local authority, and(vii) every artificial juridical person, not falling within any of the preceding sub-clauses.' 7. section .....

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Mar 31 1986 (HC)

Udupi Taluk Agricultural Produce Co-operative Marketing Society Ltd. V ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-31-1986

Reported in : (1986)57CTR(Kar)205; [1987]166ITR365(KAR); [1987]166ITR365(Karn)

..... , the tribunal has upheld the order of the commissioner. 3. besides hearing conceal for the assessee and counsel for the revenue, we have also perused the records. section 80p(2)(e) of the income-tax act under which exemption is claimed reads thus : '80p. deduction in respect of income of co-operative societies. - (1) where, in the case of an assessee being a ..... tribunal is justified in law in not exempting the assessee's income of rs. 1,20,206 under section 80p(2)(e) of the income-tax act, 1961 ?' 2. the assessee is a co-operative society. it claimed exemption under section 80p(2)(e) of the income-tax act regarding its income of rs. 1,20,206 for the assessment year 1978-79. according to the assessee ..... , the sums specified in sub-section (2 ..... co-operative society, the gross total income includes any income referred to in sub-section (2), there shall be deducted, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of this section .....

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Jul 11 1986 (HC)

Kudremukh Iron Ore Co. Ltd. Vs. Koruls Rubber Co. Pvt. Ltd. and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-11-1986

Reported in : AIR1987Kant139; ILR1986KAR3313

..... pursuance of t he letter of create. the supreme court allowing t fie appeal expressed the view that an irrevocable letter of credit had a definite implication. it was a mechanism of 41reat importance in international trade. any inference with that mechanism was bound to have serious repercussions on the ..... that contract and in cases of such a nature the costs reasonably incurred in resisting or reducing or ascertaining the claim may-be recovered.section 126. of the contract act reads as: -'a contract of guarantee' is a contract to perform the promise, or discharge the liability, of a third person ..... the petitioner informed the respondent no. i by telex dated 171st february, 1981, that their officer shri mani along with crew would reach kudremukh on 2-3-2-1981. the respondent no. i threatened to carry out the risk purchase action. the petitioner informed the respondent no. i that it is doing ..... risk and cost of the petitioner without further reference to the petitioner. on the date when the petitioner received the said telegram dated 11-2-1981, the labour trouble at petitioner's bombay undertaking had become very severe to such an extent that the petitioner and its executives and ..... 12/1981, allowing i.a.i. and thereby restraining the first respondent from realising the bank guarantees until the disposal of the main arbitration petition.2. the parties are referred to with reference to their p6sition in the trial court.3. the petitioner korula rubber company private ltd., a private limited .....

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Nov 05 1986 (HC)

Managing Director, Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. Vs. Geetha

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-05-1986

Reported in : ILR1987KAR142

..... both cannot be placed on the same footing for the award and the rate of interest. but having regard to the general discretion under section 110cc of the 'act', it is not strictly necessary to award different rates of interest on the different heads of damages and a rate can yet be tailored which ..... pool' and what items do not go to 'interest-pool'. while special damages--sums actually spent or lost, up to the date of trial such as medical charges, loss of earnings, and out of pocket expenses, etc--qualify for interest, however, the award for loss of future earnings or the loss of dependency ..... contending:(i) that the finding of the tribunal that the accident was owing to the driver's negligence is erroneous ;(ii) that the amount awarded is excessive ;(iii) that the claim was barred under section 110aa ; and(iv) that, at all events, the rate of interest of 12% awarded by the tribunal is ..... with what erosion the fund suffers thereafter owing to future inflation. referring to this, the house of lords in wright v. british railways board, (1983) 2 a.c. 773observed:'cookson v. knowles went to the house of lords, (1979) a.c. 556 upon the question whether in awarding damages for future economic ..... is to be remembered that judicial utterances are made in the setting of the facts of a particular case ............' 8. in jefford v. gee, (1970) 2 q.b. 130 the court of appeal in england, recognised the need to clarify the principles guiding the grant of interest on damages awarded in personal-injury .....

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Aug 28 1986 (HC)

Ramakrishnappa Vs. Presiding Officer

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-28-1986

Reported in : ILR1987KAR378

..... at 435, paragraph 11 though this case arose in the context of amount of gratuity payable to a retiring working journalist, the supreme court applied the definition of wages in section 2(rr) of the act and held that car allowance, benefit of free telephone and value of news papers constituted wages and therefore had to be taken into account in calculating the ..... one month's wages paid along with the order imposing the penalty of dismissal from service. in support of this submission, he relied on the definition of the word 'wages' contained in section 2(rr) of the act. it reads :'2(rr) 'wages' means all remuneration capable of being expressed in terms of money, which would, if the terms of employment, express or implied, ..... of newspapers, towards telephone and conveyance also should be calculated in computing one month's wages for the purpose of computing gratuity, supports the construction placed on section 2(rr) of the act for the petitioner, for, the supreme court invoked the said definition as the word 'wages' had not been defined in the working journalists (conditions of service and miscellaneous provisions ..... work done in such employment, and includes --(i) such allowances (including dearness allowance) as the workman is for the time being entitled to ;(ii) the value of any house accommodation or of supply of light, water, medical attendance or other amenity or of any service or of any concessional supply of foodgrains or other articles ;(iii) any travelling concession ; but does .....

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Apr 25 1986 (HC)

Fci Loading and Unloading Workers Union Vs. Food Corporation of India

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-25-1986

Reported in : ILR1986KAR2579

..... principal employer. this is subject to the prohibition contemplated under section 10.'the division bench also referred to the provisions of section 2(2)(b) of the act which defines a workman employed as contract labour and after comparing this definition with the definition of the word 'workman' under section 2(2) of the i. d. act, observed as follows :'this definition in our view implies that if the workman is not ..... hired through a contractor holding a valid licence under the act, he would be a workman ..... in different perfect paper arrangement, that the real employer is the management, not the immediate contractor. myriad devices, half hidden in fold after fold of legal form depending on the degree of concealment needed, the type of industry, the local conditions and the like may be resorted to when labour legislation casts welfare obligations on the real employer, based on articles .....

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