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Nov 29 1976 (SC)

Amrit Bhushan Gupta Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-29-1976

Reported in : AIR1977SC608; 1977CriLJ376; (1977)1SCC180; [1977]2SCR240

..... the passing of the sentence of death and its execution. a special provision for a person sentenced to death is to be found in section 30 of the prisons act, 1894, which lays down:30. prisoners under sentence of death-(1) every prisoner under sentence of death shall, immediately on his arrival ..... hewart, who opposed lord darling's attempt to legislate on the lines recommended by the atkin committee (see chapter 6). lord hewart suggested that the medical inquiry should be concerned only with a single, simple question: 'if this condemned person is now hanged, is there any reason to suppose from the ..... to pass orders for observation of the convict and obtaining certificates of experts on the mental condition of the convict.6. dr. p.b. buekshey, medical superintendent and senior psychiatrist, hospital for mental diseases, shahdara delhi, certified as follows:after careful consideration of the entire mental state of the accused, including ..... after sentence of death he cannot be hanged until he has recovered. in each of these cases, the question of sanity is entirely a medical question of fact and is in no way dependent on the principles laid down in m' naghten's case.the rule that insanity at the time ..... that it is necessary for the safety of the prisoner or others that he should be further detained under medical care or treatment, then until he is discharged according to law.(2) where it appears to the state government that the prisoner has become of sound mind, the state government shall, .....

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Mar 23 1976 (SC)

Madhukar G.E. Pankakar Vs. Jaswant Chobbildas Rajani and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-23-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC2283; (1977)1SCC70; [1976]3SCR832

..... government or any local authority; 9. the short question then is whether the appellant is qualified to be a councillor (which expression is rightly deemed to include president, vide section 2(7)). the disqualifying stain is stated to be that he held an office of profit under the state government. he did resign before the date of poll but after the ..... class, the primary responsibility for executing the project being shouldered by a statutory corporation created by section 3 of the act and the infra-structure for implementation is organised by the other provisions of chapter ii. a standing committee administers the affairs of the corporation. a medical benefit council is constituted by the central government to help in the discharge of the duties of ..... a complex of sources. but gurugobinda : [1964]4scr311 and gurushanthappa : [1969]3scr425 took the view that payment of remuneration not from public revenue is a neutral factor. is the degree of control by government decisive? the power to appoint direct and remove, to regulate and discipline, may be good indicia but not decisive, as pointed out in gurushanthappa. in our ..... with the rules framed under section 96 of the insurance act. in this connection, a closer link with the present situation is established by kanta : [1970]2scr835 where an advocate, acting for government under the directions of the government pleader could be said to hold an office of profit. sikri j., (as he then was) adopted the classic definition of 'office' given by .....

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Mar 22 1976 (SC)

Maheshwar Prasad Srivastava Vs. Suresh Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-22-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC1404; (1976)IILLJ381SC; (1977)1SCC627; [1976]3SCR769; 1976(8)LC376(SC)

..... post of a drugs inspector. it reads as follows:49 qualifications of inspectors. a person who is appointed an inspector under the act shall be person who-(a) has a degree in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry or a post-graduate degree in chemistry with pharmaceutics as a special subject of a university recognised for this purple by the appointing authority or the associateship ..... appointed as inspectors and authorised under the preceding proviso:provided further that for the purposes of inspection of shops in any specified area officer of the medical or public health department who is a registered medical practitioner or a graduate in science may be appointed as an ex officio inspector.appellant do not fall within the class described in clause (a) ..... a university recognised for this purpose by the appointing authority and at least one year's post-graduate training in a laboratory under (i) a government analyst appointed under the act or (ii) a chemical examiner, or (iii) a fellow of the royal institute of chemistry of great britain (branch e), or (iv) the head of an institution specially approved for ..... the high court allowed the writ petition and quashed the appointments of the appellant, on the ground that they did not have the requisite qualification for appointment as drugs inspector.2. the government of bihar in its health department advertised through the bihar public service commission 12 vacancies of inspectors of drugs. twenty candidates applied for the posts out of whom .....

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Mar 30 1976 (SC)

Yogiraj Charity Trust Vs. Commissioner of Income Tax, New Delhi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-30-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC1836; [1976]103ITR777(SC); (1976)3SCC378; [1976]3SCR947; 1976(8)LC436(SC)

..... , each and every one of the objects must be charitable in order that the trust might be upheld as a valid charity. if no definite part of the property or of its income is allocated to charitable purposes and it would be open to the trustees to apply to the whole ..... religious of charitable institution derived from voluntary contributions and applicable solely to religious or charitable purposes.11. charitable purpose under section 4(3) of the act includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief and the advancement of any other object of general public utility, but nothing contained in clause (i) or ..... preparations. this court held that the trust property could not be said to be wholly for religious or charitable purposes within he meaning of section 4(3)(i) of the act. the present appeals are all of the type of east india industries (madras) private limited (1) case and fall within the ..... financial dealings of the various trusts is also the same.13. the appellant contends that the trust is entitled to claim' exemption under section 4(3)(i) of the act because the trust is for religious and. charitable purposes only. as to clauses which confer power on trustees to establish any business, ..... clause (ii) of section 4(3) applies and shall operate to exempt from the provisions of the act that put of the income from property held under a .....

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May 03 1976 (SC)

Abdul Majid Abdul Rahman Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-03-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC1782; 1976CriLJ1382; (1976)4SCC351; 1976(8)LC652(SC)

..... was duty bound to record the dying declaration of the deceased. he was a disinterested, respectable witness. the trial judge was therefore wholly unjustified in rejecting the evidence of the medical officer.12. the reasons given by the trial judge for not relying upon the testimony of the eye-witnesses were equally flimsy. he discarded the evidence of sikandar on these ..... of the police station. chandubhai however, informed senior jamadar raju mia who came and recorded the first information given by sikandar, at 8. a.m.7. in the meantime, the medical officer had sent an intimation about the death of maiyuddin, injured in the hospital. jamadar raju mia then went to the hospital and collected that dying declaration from dr. shah ..... yards from the scene of occurrence. amirmiyan informed abdul rehman, and then, these. two also reached the hospital. in the hospital the injured was removed to the operation table. the medical officer, dr. shah, found the condition of the patient critical. he. therefore, thought it fit to record to the dying declaration of the patient. the deceased stated to the doctor ..... , j.1. these appeals under section 2a of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970, are directed against a judgment of the gujarat high court whereby the acquittal of the appellants was set aside and converted into conviction. the facts are these:2. the appellants, abdul, samad, abdul vahab and abdul walid, are original accused 1, 2 and 3, respectively. accused .....

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May 07 1976 (SC)

Mahendra Singh Dhantwal Vs. Hindustan Motors Ltd. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-07-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC2062; (1976)IILLJ259SC; (1976)4SCC606; [1976]SuppSCR635; 1976(1)SLJ521(SC)

..... right to take punitive action under specified conditions.16. to complete the picture we may note in passing that the section was further amended by the industrial disputes (amendment) act (act 36 of 1964) with effect from december 19, 1964, whereby some words were inserted in sub-section (2) of section 33 with which we are not concerned in this appeal.17. from the provisions of ..... one of unfair labour practice or mala fide, but the discharge cannot be said to be for any misconduct. there is no evidence for discharge on any specific misconduct. the definite case of the respondent no. 1 has been that it was by way of retaliatory measure that his services were terminated. this may be true and may show that the ..... was lying ill at banaras, he could not comply with the directions of the company. on september 5, 1960, he sent another telegram followed by a formal application enclosing a medical certificate for extension of his leave. on september 15, 1960, the company sent a letter to him terminating his services on the ground of habitual absence which is a misconduct ..... .3. the workman went on two months' leave to banaras for a change some time in 1960. he requested for extension of leave for one month on medical grounds. he actually sent an application on august 8, 1960, along with a medical certificate praying for extension of his leave. the company asked the workman to get himself examined by the company's .....

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Sep 22 1976 (SC)

Bhayani Luhana Radhabai Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-22-1976

Reported in : (1977)1SCC762

..... delivered by the high court convicting him, he committed suicide. that left radhabai alone to prefer the present appeal under section 2(1) of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970.5. we may first examine the question whether the death of mukta was suicidal or accidental or homicidal. ..... by dr karani as well as nandi sheth. we fail to see why the evidence of an independent witness like dr karani who was a medical officer attached to mithapur hospital and who had absolutely no connection whatsoever with the family of girdharlal, should not be accepted. it is impossible ..... in the ancient holy town of dwarka situate in jamnagar district of the state of gujarat. she died of injuries caused by first and second degree burns received by her a little after midnight between 9th and 10th april, 1970. the incident resulting in her receiving the fatal burn injuries ..... result was that the appeal of the state was allowed insofar as radhabai and girdharlal were concerned and each of them was convicted under section 302 read with section 34 of the indian penal code and sentenced to suffer rigorous imprisonment for life, while the appeal of the state was dismissed as ..... to her injuries on april 11, 1970. on these facts, the appellants were tried before the learned sessions judge for the offence under section 304 read with section 34 of the indian penal code.3. the prosecution case against the accused rested principally on the evidence of shantilal, karsan natha and nandi .....

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Sep 09 1976 (SC)

Paradip Port Trust, Paradip Vs. their Workmen

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-09-1976

Reported in : AIR1977SC36; 43(1977)CLT419(SC); 1976LabIC770; (1976)IILLJ409SC; (1977)2SCC339; [1977]1SCR537

..... for enabling a party to be represented by a legal practitioner.12. under the scheme of the act the parties to an industrial dispute are employers and employers; employers and workmen; and workmen and workmen [section 2(k)]. the definition of 'appropriate government' under section 2(a) of the act lays bare the coverage of industrial disputes which may be raised concerning, amongst others, several types ..... of corporations, mentioned therein, companies, mine, oil field, cantonment board and major port. the definition of employer under section 2(g), which is a purposive but not an ..... (4) of the act.17. if, however, a legal practitioner is appointed as an officer of a company or corporation and is in their pay and under their control and is not a practising advocate the fact that he was earlier a legal practitioner or has a legal degree will not stand in the way of the company or the ..... corporation being represented by him. similarly if 'a legal practitioner is an officer of an association of employers or of a federation of such associations, there is nothing in section 36(4) to prevent him from appearing before the tribunal under the provisions of section 36(2) of the act. again .....

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Mar 18 1976 (SC)

Kulchhinder Singh and ors. Vs. Hardayal Singh Brar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-18-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC2216; [1977(34)FLR53]; (1976)IILLJ204SC; (1976)3SCC828; [1976]3SCR680; 1976(8)LC350(SC)

..... registered, but that was repealed by the punjab cooperative societies act of 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the cooperative societies act). the present society, though registered under the 1951 act continues as a society under the cooperative societies act, 1961 and is a state bank as defined in section 2(h) of the mortgage bank act. (a study of the two statutes, the trappings attaching ..... the constitution and the writ jurisdiction under article 226. a further argument has been built on the edifice of the statutory provisions contained in the punjab cooperative societies act, 1961 section 84a of this act empowers apex societies, under certain circumstances, to frame rules for their employees and such rules, it is contended, have been framed, having the force of law. ..... as it was against a cooperative society.2. shri m.k. ramamurthy challenges the holding of the high court on the score that the punjab state cooperative land mortgage bank ltd., (state bank, for short) is 'other authority' within the meaning of article 12 of the constitution and, therefore, falls within the definition of state. consequently, a writ may issue ..... against it. secondly, he contends that the state bank is a public authority and, therefore, falls within the writ jurisdiction of the high court his third plea is much wider in its sweep, for he urges that cooperative societies registered under the cooperative societies act are subject to the .....

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Mar 18 1976 (SC)

State of Haryana and anr. Vs. Chanan Mal and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-18-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC1654; [1976(32)FLR353]; (1977)1SCC340; [1976]3SCR688

..... 4 relates to compensation. section 5 provides for references of disputes about compensation to civil courts. section 6 applies civil procedure to compensation proceedings. section 7 provides for appeals. section 8 contains the necessary powers of the state ..... government to frame rules. these provisions exhaust the act.29. ..... -sections (2) and (3) should be exercised, the collector may by an order in writing subject to such conditions and reservations as he may specify, delegate such powers to the person to whom the right has been assigned.28. other provisions of the haryana act are not material section 1 merely gives the act its title and section 2 deals with definitions. section ..... ]2scr537 and m.a. tulloch co's case (supra), as follows at p. 113 of scr at page 1444 of air:the declaration is contained in section 2 of act 67 of 1957 and speaks of the taking and the control of the central government the regulation of mines and development of minerals to the extent provided in .....

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