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Apr 10 1989 (HC)

Vijayvikram College of Engineering, Bangalore Vs. Deputy Educational A ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-10-1989

Reported in : AIR1990Kant29; 1989(3)KarLJ338

..... 'maithili university' is neither a university established by a central or state act nor a deemed to be university under section 3 of the u.g.c. act 1956 and as such it is not empowered to award degrees in terms of the provisions contained under section 22 of the said act. persons who intend to take admissions in the so called 'mathili university' ..... and anxiety to find some suitable employment or occupation, b.ut end up in rather utter frustrationjeopardising their future careers. observations of the supreme court made in a. p. christians medical educational society v. govt. of andhra pradesh, : [1986]2scr749 in a similar context that the government concerned should devise suitable ways, legislative and administrative, to make the ..... status of the petitioner-college, thus:'vijay vikram college of engineering is not recognised and not approved by the regional committee and aicte.'material portion of the report sent on 2-1-1989 to the assistant educational officer (t), government of india, human resources development, southern regional office, madras, respecting the petitioner-college by the joint director of ..... undisputed documents produced on behalf of the ministry of human resources development, department . of education, new delhi, and the union public service commission, arrayed as respondents 1 and 2 in the petition, by the learned additional central government standing counsel.4. letter dated 4th september, 1985 is addressed by the deputy secretary to the government of india to .....

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Dec 14 1989 (HC)

State of Karnataka Vs. Chamundeswari Industries

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-14-1989

Reported in : [1992]84STC518(Kar)

..... becomes necessary to determine when they ceased to be goods of one taxable description and become those of a commercially different category and description.' the karnataka act itself clearly describes the goods in respect of which it brings them into the taxation net under one or the other entry. therefore, it follows that ..... court came to the conclusion that rice and puffed or parched rice are one and the same keeping in view the various provisions of the act referred to therein together with the history of exemption of parched rice and puffed rice and its cancellation and there was no separate entry in ..... regard to parched rice or puffed rice under that act. under the scheme of the karnataka act, however, the entries are separately given in that entry 138 of the second schedule covers parched rice or beaten rice and ..... parched rice and puffed rice are rice and therefore do not attract purchase tax under the karnataka sales tax act, 1957, while the assessing authority and the appellate authority had held against the dealer. 2. the entries with which we are concerned are entry 138 of the second schedule and entry 9 of ..... the fourth schedule to the act. they read as under : '138. flour and husks of pulses, atta, maida, soji and bran .....

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Nov 28 1989 (HC)

State of Karnataka Vs. Sanjiv Mehra and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-28-1989

Reported in : [1990]79STC372(Kar)

..... arrangement of various parts, each part having definite functions and, as a result of combined functioning, does some work, which may be impossible or difficult for human physical power to perform or even if it can be done ..... was whether a steel tank with is supporting structure for storage of water was 'machinery' within the meaning of the third proviso to section 101 of the bengal municipal act, 1884. the judicial committee of the privy council observed that it was not an easy task to define the meaning of the word 'machinery' in the absence ..... human or animal.' this court again had an occasion to explain the concept of the term 'machinery' in k. b. dani v. state of karnataka [1979] 44 stc 276; (1979) 2 kar lj 286. this court in that decision after referring to several decisions on the point, held thus : '..... 'machine' means a mechanical device consisting of a planned and an organised ..... word machinery we may refer to certain dictionaries and decisions. according to webster's new twentieth century dictionary, second edition, 'machinery' means : '(i) the component parts of a complex machine. (ii) machines collectively.' the leading case on the point is that of corporation of calcutta v. cossipore municipality air 1922 pc 27. in that case the question that fell for consideration .....

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Nov 13 1989 (HC)

M/S. Jagadale and Sons, Bangalore and Etc. Etc. Vs. State of Karnataka ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-13-1989

Reported in : AIR1990Kant251; ILR1990KAR101; 1990(1)KarLJ18

..... of property act. whenever, any exclusive right or privilege of the state is conveyed to another, for ..... (15) read with sec. 2(18) is quite wide. the concept of lease referred in sec. 17 has nothing to do with the provisions of the transfer ..... therefore sec. 71(2)(d) and (e) can be read as empowering the framing of a rule to create a single licencee for the distribution of or wholesale dealing in the intoxicants in the state. 29. under sec. 17 of the act the exclusive right of supplying by wholesale any indian liqueur or intoxicating drug may be leased out. definition of india liquor as per sec. 2 ..... from which the scope of testing a subordinate legislation, may be culled out as follows: (paras 73 and 76)(i) 'a piece of subordinate legislation does not carry the same degree of immunity which is enjoyed by a statute passed by a competent legislature. subordinate legislation may be questioned on any of the grounds on which plenary legislation is questioned. in .....

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Mar 17 1989 (HC)

Chamundeswari Dharma Nidhi Vs. Agricultural Income-tax Officer and ors ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-17-1989

Reported in : ILR1990KAR946; [1990]181ITR139(KAR); [1990]181ITR139(Karn); 1989(3)KarLJ375

..... commerce and trade in art silk yarn, etc., an activity not involving the carrying on of any activity for profit within the meaning of section 2(15) of the income-tax act and the assessee was entitled to relief under section 11(1)(a) thereof. thus, where the primary objects are distributive, each and every one of the objects must be charitable in order ..... last head of 'charitable purpose' and not the earlier three heads. where, therefore, the purpose of the trust or institution is relief of the poor, education or medical relief, the requirement of the definition 'charitable purpose' would be fully satisfied even if an activity for profit is carried on in the course of the actual carrying out of the primary purpose of ..... of 'charitable purpose' set forth above falls into four heads, viz., (i) relief of the poor; (ii) education; (iii) medical relief; and (iv) advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying on of any activity for ..... , medical relief and the advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying on of any activity for profit; (2) 'institution which is established for a charitable purpose' includes an institution which is financed wholly or in part by the government or a local authority whether owned by the government or a local authority or not.' 9. the definition .....

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Jan 25 1989 (HC)

C. Kannan Vs. Returning Officer

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-25-1989

Reported in : ILR1989KAR1081; 1989(1)KarLJ409

..... statement of law, it is possible to come to a definite conclusion that the power under section 86 of the act could be exercised by this court even in cases where there is non-compliance of the mandatory requirement of section 83(1) and (2) of the act.24. in the earlier part of this judgment, i ..... of the corrupt practice on the part of the candidate or his election agent he must face this additional burden. the definition of agent in this context is to be taken from section 123 (explanation) where it is provided that an agent 'includes an election agent, a polling agent and any person who ..... affidavit along with the petition in case allegation of corrupt practice is made in petition, as in this case, and also the requirement of section 83(2) of the act which provides for the verification of the contents of the annexures filed by the petitioner along with the electron petition. none of these requirements ..... ) of section 89 of the act so that the respondent may rely on the copy served on him when he finds that the original document in the court contains allegations different from those in the copy in his custody. a respondent would not have the same degree of assurance if a copy served ..... on him is one attested by any person other than the petitioner himself. the attestation by the advocate for the petitioner cannot be treated as the equivalent of attestation by the petitioner under his own signature. if the requirement of the second part of section 89 .....

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Sep 08 1989 (HC)

S. Vasudeva and Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-08-1989

Reported in : ILR1989KAR39

..... -1977 which is 15 months prior to the impugned order of the deputy commissioner. exemption under section 20 of ulcr act is to enable holding of vacant land as defined under the ulcr act.16. definitions of 'vacant land' under section 2(q) of ulcr act and the definition of 'urban land' under section 2(o) clearly shows that it is a land, other than land mainly used for agriculture ..... have been overdrawing from the firms for their maintenance; that one of the partners is seriously ill in a hospital at bangalore and he has to only borrow for meeting medical treatment.8.15. on 12-1-1987 the second respondent directed this application to be examined. pursuant to that a communication dated 12-1-1987 was sent by the third ..... ends or to wreak political vengeance.9.8. the burden is upon the person or a party alleging mala fides to establish the allegations of mala fides. a very high degree of proof is required. the allegations of mala fides cannot also be held as proved on the basis of mere probabilities. of course, inferences can be drawn from the proved ..... anxiety of the court should be all the greater to insist on a high degree of proof. in this context it may be noted that top administrators are often required to do acts which affect others adversely but which are necessary in the execution of their duties. these acts may lend themselves to misconstruction and suspicion as to the bona fides of their .....

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Sep 19 1989 (HC)

P. Maribasavaradhya Vs. University of Mysore

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-19-1989

Reported in : [1991(62)FLR376]; ILR1990KAR550; (1991)IILLJ217Kant

..... improvement and development of the university and to consider the annual accounts and audit reports of the university including the subjects mentioned in sub-section (2) of section 23 of the act. clause (m) of section 35 of the act provides for framing statutes relating to conditions of service including emoluments of the employees of the university. the procedure for making the statutes is ..... than the 'teaching staff' otherwise described as 'teachers of the university' cannot be equated with the research assistants class-i as it has been recognised that they form a definite and distinct group being the members of the academic staff, different from 'other employees' of the university. 14. rules of recruitment relating to the research assistant's post prescribe ..... of atleast two vidwan examinations with general education upto sslc or a good knowledge of south indian scripts and experience in editing old works. 2 research assistant class ii master's degree in sanskrit or kannada, a good knowledge of south indian scripts and experience in the preservation of antiquities (training in archival keeping) or two vidwan ..... be filled up by promotion by selection from among research assistants class-ii who have put in more than 2 years of service in that grade. the qualifications prescribed for the posts of research assistant class-i and ii are as follows : '1. research assistant class-i master's degree in kannada or sanskrit and experience in editing old kannada works .....

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Sep 11 1989 (HC)

Phillipos and Co. Vs. State

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-11-1989

Reported in : [1990]67CompCas453a(Kar); 1989(3)KarLJ473; (1990)ILLJ227Kant

..... of a chartered accountant or the office of a firm of chartered accountants is an establishment under section 2(i) of the act 1961 naturally depends upon the definition of that expression and the definitions of the expressions 'shop' and 'commercial establishment' in sections 2(u) and 2(e) respectively. under section 2(i) 'establishment' means a 'shop' or a 'commercial establishment'. the expression is the ..... within the expression 'commercial establishment' defined in section 2(e) of the act of 1961. the definition of the expression contained in section 2(e), if simplified by re-stating it in separate clauses, would be as follows : (1) 'commercial establishment' means four different kinds of ..... i hold that the office of a chartered accountant or of a firm of chartered accountants is not a 'shop' within the meaning of the definition of the term in section 2(u) of the act of 1961. 48. the next question for consideration is, whether the office of a chartered accountant or of a firm of chartered accountants comes ..... of state of bombay referred to earlier, was required to consider what meaning had to be ascribed by the various expression found in the definition by reason of their juxtaposition in section 2(j) of the industrial disputes act. the observations are (p. 256) : 'the argument is that certain essential features or attributes are invariably associated with the words 'business .....

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Sep 11 1989 (HC)

Phillipos and Company and Others Vs. the State

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-11-1989

Reported in : [1990]67CompCas154(Kar); ILR1989KAR3135

..... expression 'commercial establishment' as defined in section 2(e) of the act of 1961. the definition of the expression contained in section 2(e), if simplified by restating it in separate clauses, would be as follows: (1)` commercial establishment' means four different kinds of establishments: ..... i hold that the office of a chartered accountant or of a firm of chartered accountants is not a ''shop'' within the meaning of the definition of the term in section 2 (u) of the act of 1961. 59. the next question for consideration is whether the office of a chartered accountant or of a firm of chartered accountants comes within the ..... of the question whether the office of a chartered accountant or the office of a firm of chartered accountants is an establishment under section 2(i) of the act of 1961, naturally depends upon the definition of that expression and the definitions of the expression 'shop' and 'commercial establishment' means a 'shop' or a 'commercial establishment'. the expression is a general one ..... union of commercial employers v. industrial tribunal [1962] 22 fjr 25. the question that arose for consideration in attorney would satisfy the definition of an 'industry' within the meaning of section 2(i) of the industrial disputes act. the supreme court pointed out that the distinguishing feature of an industry is that for the production of goods or for rendering of .....

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