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Aug 17 1983 (HC)

West Bengal Board of Examination for Admission to Engineering, Medical ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-17-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Cal52,87CWN1050

..... 52 (a) of the act runs as follows : '52. subject to the provisions ..... to medical degree colleges and medical and technological degree colleges. by this order, the constitution of the board was also amended because of the inclusion of the medical degree colleges and technological degree colleges. 21. the contention of the writ petitioners is that the impugned government order dated april 7, 1981 constituting the board is ultra vires section 52 (a) of the calcutta university act, 1979 and article 154(2 ..... ) of the constitution, section .....

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Apr 12 1983 (HC)

Jitendra Nath Banerjee and ors. Vs. West Bengal Board of Examination f ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-12-1983

Reported in : AIR1983Cal275

..... (xi) of section 36 which are relevant for the present purpose are set out hereunder :--(iv) to fix the ..... within 'it amongst others; (1) the council for undergraduate studies in medicine, dental science etc., (2) the council for undergraduate studies in engineering and technology. the mode of constituting these councils have been specified in sub-section (2) of section 25. section 26 of the said act, specifies the powers and duties of the council for undergraduates studies. clauses (iv), (xvi) and ..... that the government of west bengal in bengali newspaper as well as in the english newspaper published a notification under the heading 'notification regarding admission to engineering. medical and technological degree colleges' to the effect that students securing 50% marks in the said examination would be listed in the merit list apart from candidates belonging to scheduled ..... open to the parliament to provide that in exceptional cases the executive power of the union shall extend to these matters also.''neither of these articles contains any definition as to what the executive function is and what activities would legitimately come within its scope. they are concerned primarily with the distribution of the executive power .....

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Aug 11 1983 (HC)

Amalendu Santra Vs. University of Calcutta and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-11-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Cal330

..... while setting objective questions which contained multiple choices, the repondents were entitled to ask the candidates to give most appropriate answer. absence of the definite article 'the' did not really make any difference in the meaning. it was perfectly understandable that from among the alternative answers to each ..... candidates were expected to choose amongst the alternatives the answer which was appropriate to the greatest or highest degree.11. the petitioner in his several affidavits with reference to various medical text-books has claimed has his answers for which no credit marks were given to him in the ..... evaluated with the help of computer. the petitioner's name was not included in the list of candidates provisionally selected for admission to m. section (general surgery)' course. 1982.5. according to the respondents, out of 75 questions, the petitioner had given 39 correct answers. 33 incorrect ..... courses, the university cannot discriminate or treat the candidates unequally. the university or its council of post-graduate studies in medicine cannot also act unfairly, arbitrarily and capriciously in the matter of holding an admission test at the same time, it is necessary to remember that courts ..... directive of equal opportunity. the court decided to reconstruct for the year in question a practical admission formula by directing that the appellants 2 and 3 would be entitled to continue their course and the appellant no. 1 would move the respondents for permission to continue the .....

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Mar 22 1983 (HC)

Lala Sk. Vs. the State

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-22-1983

Reported in : 1983CriLJ1675

..... the test of prudent man, the counsel will have discharged his burden. the evidence was placed may not be sufficient to discharge the burden under section 105 of the evidence act, but it may raise a reasonable doubt in the mind of a judge as regards one or other of the necessary ingredients of the offence itself ..... as if he used to roam about aimlessly in the streets or confine himself to his house. beyond this there is no evidence of the nature, extent and degree of unsound-ness or derangement of mind.12. the decisions referred to by mr. samanta in the case of munshiram v. delhi administration air 1968 sc 702 ..... murdered his brother's son and would also murder him. p. w. 17 is the i. o. of the case. p. w. 18 is the medical officer who held the postmortem examination on the dead body of the victim. he found as many as 12 injuries all of which were incised wounds and most of ..... of his property rights. the idea that somebody else had invaded upon his property even though for a negligible purpose enraged him. he prevented p. w. 2 from following them. this also shows consciousness on the part of the accused to prevent interference with his plan and design. then we have the evidence that ..... great con-sequence. in fact the evidence in its totality indicates that immediately after the blow was struck by the accused lala upon marjen. p. w. 2 raised an alarm and rushed to the village. immediately thereafter he came back with some members of his family and other villagers also came. they found the .....

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Apr 13 1983 (HC)

Sadek Sk. and anr. Vs. the State and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-13-1983

Reported in : 1984CriLJ29

..... p. c. it was submitted in that case that if the trial judge doubted the correctness thereof, he could have had the two accused medically examined in order to ascertain their age. the supreme court observed 'this seems to us a difficult burden for any trial judge to undertake. ..... confirming the order of conviction and sentence dated 5-5-1981 passed in sessions trial no. 2 of feb. 1981 under section 307/34 .i. p. c.2. four persons including the present petitioners stood trial on a charge under section 307/34, i. p. c. the petitioners were convicted while the other two were ..... one incised wound 6' x 4' x l' over the upper surface of the left shoulderioint. one vertically incised wound 6' x 4' x 21/2' obliquely bone deep over the right side of the head on the person of dobiruddin. the following injuries were found on the person of amiruddin :- (1 ..... of p. w. anisur rahaman the petitioners along with two others intercepted and petitioner no. 1 sadeque challenged amiruddin why he had abused petitioner no. 2. amiruddin denied the charge and thereafter amiruddin and dobiruddin were assaulted with lathi and gnaras as a result whereof they sustained bleeding injuries on the head ..... act in the case of petitioner sadeque,14. upon a consideration of the points urged on behalf of the petitioners the only point of substance appears to be that the offence committed in our view is not an offence punishable under section 307/34. i. p. c. but an offence of a lesser degree and magnitude namely. section .....

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Oct 05 1983 (HC)

R.K. Chemical Industries Private Ltd. Vs. Superintendent of Central Ex ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Oct-05-1983

Reported in : 1984(2)ECC341,1984(15)ELT411(Cal)

..... . in order to find out under which clause the petitioner can get the exemption the definition of 'excisable goods' may be looked into. 'excisable goods' has been defined under section 2(d) of the central excises and salt act, 1944 as 'goods specified in the first schedule as being subject to a duty of ..... i am quite convinced that on the plain reading of the notification under consideration in the background of other notifications in this regard along with the definition of 'excisable goods' in the context of incidents which make certain goods as 'specified goods' that the petitioner is to get the relief of ..... according to maxwell one is to look at the language used. what is the language used in this case 'excisable goods' which has an unambiguous definition includes -'specified goods'. mr. sanyal does not dispute that the specified goods are not excisable goods. he wants to argue in the following way. ..... two types of articles e.g. starch and gum power and first one (starch) comes under the category of 'specified goods' with the meaning and definition as contained in the notification stated above and the other (gum power) is not 'specified goods' but both articles, he argued, are 'excisable goods,' ..... :-'it is well settled rule of law that all charges upon the subject must be imposed by clear and unambiguous language, because in some degree they operate as penalties.the subject is not to be taxed unless language of the statute clearly imposes the obligation and language must not be .....

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May 30 1983 (HC)

Royal Calcutta Turf Club Vs. Wealth-tax Officer, b Ward Viii and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-30-1983

Reported in : 1983(2)CHN53,(1983)2CompLJ345(Cal),(1984)43CTR(Cal)195,[1984]148ITR790(Cal)

..... that case, the points at issue as in this case were specifically in issue and it has been observed that reading the provisions of sections 3 and 4 and the definition of 'company ' in section 2(h) of the act, the position which emerges is that while a firm or association of persons is not treated as a taxable unit, and the member of an ..... 'association of persons', would not be an assessable entity at all under the said act.20. dr. pal appearing in support of the rule, after placing the different definitions under the said act, as mentioned hereinbefore, claimed that net wealth, which is defined in section 2(m) of the said act, is charged on such wealth of the assessee and the same means the amount by ..... the contentions of the petitioner, in that case, that under, the said act, the only assessable entities are individual, huf and company, while under the i.t. act, by way of contrast, every person is an assessable entity; any person includes, according to the definition in section 2(31) of the i.t. act, an individual, an huf, a company, a firm and an association of ..... association of persons or a partner in the case of a partnership firm is individually taxable as a taxable unit, some institutions, associations or bodies which may be included within the definition of .....

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Jul 05 1983 (HC)

Balai Lall Banerjee and ors. Vs. Debaki Kumar Ganguly and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-05-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Cal16,87CWN1020

..... different context, the supreme court in the case of diwan bros. v. central bank : air1976sc1503 observed that in order to come within the definition of a decree contained in section 2(2) of the code of civil procedure three essential elements must exist, namely,(1) that the adjudication must be given in a suit ..... does not in all respects come within the definition of a decree.16. in the case of sarat chandra v. benode kumari, reported in (1916) 20 cal wn 28 : (air 1916 cal 473), it was observed that an appeal lay under terms of section 86 of the probate and administration act irrespective of whether the order was a ..... , we have already indicated, makes the order for the grant appealable. there is no reference to any decree in that section.15. it is significant that in the definition of the term 'decree' as defined in the code, it is provided that it shall not include any adjudication from which anappeal ..... after the passing of an order for the grant of probate or letters of administration as the case may be.2. the provision of appeal is contain-ed in section 299 of the succession act the section reads as follows:--'299. appeals from orders of district judge -- every order made by a district judge by virtue ..... ; (2) that the suit must start with a plaint and culminate in a decree; and (3) that the adjudication must be formal and .....

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Feb 28 1983 (HC)

State of West Bengal and ors. Vs. Brijmohan Gupta

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-28-1983

Reported in : AIR1983Cal353

..... case of commissioner of commercial taxes, board of revenue, madras v. ramkishan shrikishan jhaver, : [1968]1scr148 as follows :-- '16. then we come to the question whether sub-sections (2) and (3) of section 41 of the act which have been struck down by the high court on the ground that they are unreasonable restrictions on the right to hold property and to carry on ..... the condition that before making an order relating to any matter specified in clause (a) or in regard to regulation of transport specified in clause (d) of the said sub-section (2), the state government shall obtain the prior concurrence of the central government.' this was amended by g. s. r. 1158 on the 14th august 1964. that amendment does not ..... authorised to make such entry, search or examination,' the above provision, however, is as it is. we shall refer to various changes that this sub-section has suffered from time to time. the sub-section. (2) (j) of section 3 has suffered amendments as follows : 'pre-1967 (j) for any incidental and supplementary matters including in particular the entering and search of premises, ..... or such officer or authority as might be specified in the direction. pursuant to the authority given under the essential commodities act, the west bengal rationing order, 1964 was issued. paragraph 2 of the west bengal rationing order, 1964 provides the definitions. para 3 gives authority to wholesale dealers, retail dealers and persons owning, managing or having control of establishments to supply .....

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Aug 11 1983 (HC)

Aparna Basu Mallick Vs. Bar Council of India and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-11-1983

Reported in : AIR1983Cal461,87CWN936

..... under the provisions of the act. under clause (h) of section 2(1), 'law graduate' means a person who has obtained a bachelor's degree in law from any university established by law in ..... india. section 3 of the act provides for the establishment of state bar councils. section ..... stage, we may refer to some of the provisions of the act. it is an act to amend and consolidate the law relating to legal pracitioners and to provide for the constitution of bar councils and an all-india bar. section 2 of the act is the definition section. clause (a) of section 2(1) of the act defines 'advocate' as meaning an advocate entered in any roll ..... 4 provides for the constitution of the bar council of india. section 6 of the act lays down the .....

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