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Dec 19 1986 (SC)

Dr. Ambesh Kumar Vs. Principal, L.L.R.M. Medical College, Meerut and o ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-19-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC400; 1986(2)SCALE1211; 1986Supp(1)SCC543; [1987]1SCR661; 1987(1)LC139(SC)

..... for consideration strictly or merit for admission to the said post-graduate courses both degree and diploma. it has been urged with some vehemence that it is within the province of medical council to make recommendations under section 33 of the indian medical council act prescribing the standards or criteria for selection of candidates for post-graduate training and the central government accepted them by ..... -graduate courses. 6. the post-graduate committee was of the opinion that in order to determine the merit of a candidate for admission to post-graduate medical courses, (i) his performance at the mbbs examination; (ii) his performance during the course of internship and housemanship for which a daily assessment chart be maintained and (iii) the report of the teachers which is ..... in m.d., m.s. etc. on the basis of merit in accordance with the regulations made under the indian medical council act is invalid as it trenches upon entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution. 2. civil appeal no. 6119 of 1983 is against the judgment and order dated 22.4.1983 made in civil misc. writ ..... notification dated 3.12.1980. in the notification dated 3.12.1980, the criteria for admission to the post-graduate courses was on the basis of merit only. in para 2 of the said order the manner how the merit is to be determined has been laid down. in that order there was no such criteria laid down as mentioned in .....

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Apr 06 1986 (SC)

Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited and anr. Vs. Brojo ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-06-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1571; (1986)3CompLJ1(SC); 1986LabIC1312; (1986)IILLJ171SC; 1986(1)SCALE799; (1986)3SCC156; [1986]2SCR278; 1986(2)SLJ320(SC)

..... objects and reasons to the legislative bill, which when enacted became the national waterway (allahabad-halda stretch of the ganga-bhagirathi-hooghly river) act, 1982 (act no. 49 of 1982), published in the gazette of india extraordinary, part ii, section 2, dated may 6, 1982, at page 15, the central government had set up various committees in view of the advantages in the ..... that case with respect to the meaning of the expressio`n 'executive function' is instructive and requires to be reproduced: it may not be possible to frame an exhaustive definition of what executive function means and implies. ordinarily the executive power connotes the residue of governmental functions that remain after legislative and judicial functions are taken away. the indian ..... letters of appointment are in a stereotype form. under these letters of appointment, the corporation could without any previous notice terminate their service, if the corporation was satisfied on medical evidence that the employee was unfit and was likely for a considerable time to continue to be unfit for the discharge of his duties. the corporation could also without any ..... authority is not excluded from making a profit for the public benefit. mathew, j., in his concurring judgment held that a finding of state financial support plus an unusual degree of control over the management and policies might lead one to characterize an operation as state action. the learned judge observed (at page 651-52): institutions engaged in matters .....

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Apr 24 1986 (SC)

A.P. Christians Medical Educational Society Vs. Government of Andhra P ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-24-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1490; 1986(1)SCALE895; (1986)2SCC667; [1986]2SCR749

..... private organisations to establish colleges of higher education which could seek affiliations to the universities in whose jurisdiction they were established. such colleges could offer courses leading to university degrees only if they were affiliated to a university. prof. adams then wrote to the government of india claiming that there was no legal impediment to the grant of permission ..... themselves as they sought and obtained admission in the college despite the warnings issued by the university from time to time. we are happy to note that the university acted watchfully and wake-fully, issuing timely warnings to those seeking admission to the institution. we are sure many must have taken heed of the warnings issued by the university ..... to the government of india, ministry of education and culture wrote to the president, national congress of indian christians to the effect that universities could only be established under acts of parliament or of state legislatures and there was, therefore, no question of giving permission to any organisation to establish a university. however, it was pointed out that ..... fulfilment of the conditions prescribed for affiliation and to submit an application in the prescribed form. the conditions of affiliation of a medical college were mentioned as :1. these should be full fledged hospital with at least (700) beds.2. there should be a regular out-patient deptt. casualty dematology well equipped labs., lecture halls, demonstration rooms for students.3. .....

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Dec 04 1986 (SC)

Capt. Rachpal Singh Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-04-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC212; [1987(54)FLR30]; 1987LabIC213; 1986(2)SCALE941; (1987)1SCC172; 1988(2)SLJ114(SC); 1987(1)LC167(SC)

..... officer may be terminated at any time by the government of india-(i) for misconduct, or if services are found to be unsatisfactory; or(ii) on account of medical unfitness; or(iii) if his services are no longer required; or(iv) if he fails to qualify at any prescribed test or course.(b ..... of the army staff in relation to the appellant. the subject mentioned in both these annexures is 'claim to disability pension in respect of capt. section 4s. dhaliwal.' annexure d-6 reads as follows:in supersession of this ministry's letter no. 219170/r-6i/pen. a dated 24.1.78 ..... had applied for grant of permanent regular commission, but his application was returned to his unit as he did not fulfil the condition of acceptable medical category and hence was ineligible to apply for grant of permanent commission. he filed statutory appeals before the higher authorities which were all dismissed.6. ..... since there is this factual dispute between the parties, we will try to resolve it with reference to the facts of this case.8. the army act, the rules & regulations and instructions thereunder govern the service conditions of the commissioned officers including those on emergency commission, like the appellant before us. termination ..... v. khalid, j.1. the appellant joined the indian army on 9-2-1964, as an emergency commissioned officer. during his service, he was promoted to the rank of acting captain. he was released from the army with effect from many 30, 1970, as letter dated february 19,1970. the appellant .....

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Feb 13 1986 (SC)

Capt. Virendra Kumar Through His Wife Vs. Chief of the Army Staff, New ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-13-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1060; 1986CriLJ848; 1986(2)Crimes353(SC); 1986(1)SCALE219; (1986)2SCC217

..... at a later stage. we also find the following notes appended to the section 38 of the army act in the manual of the armed forces:2. sub section (1)-desertion is distinguished from absence without leave under aa. section 39, in that desertion or attempt to desert the service implies an intention ..... was stated that the posting to nasik road camp as well as ambala were done keeping in view the judgment of the court and the medical condition of the officer. the two places were 'peace areas where hospital facilities were available'.9. subsequently captain virendra kumar filed a very lengthy ..... indicating the posting which is proposed to be offered to him. this, of course, will be subject to the petitioner's being found medically fit by the board which generally examines person for recruitment or posting in the army.necessary facilities and amenities of a decent comfortable existence will ..... an emergency commissioned officer. he sustained war injury. on september 30, 1980, he was released from the army having been placed in 'permanent low medical category'. his commission was revoked by a notification of the president. he challenged his release by filing a writ petition in the delhi high court ..... . he was admitted in the hospital for detailed examination and he was in the hospital from december 29, 1980 to february 2, 1981. on january 31, 1981, the army medical board, while noticing under the head 'defects or disabilities discovered as a result of physical examination':(a) old injury, lumvar .....

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Jul 16 1986 (SC)

Anchor Pressings (P) Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income Tax, U.P. and ors ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-16-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC575; (1986)58CTR(SC)126; 1987(27)ELT590(SC); [1986]161ITR159(SC); 1986(2)SCALE86; (1986)3SCC439; [1986]3SCR223; 1986(2)LC519(SC)

..... the income tax act, 1961 adjusted in accordance with the provisions of the first schedule. in many respects, the super profits tax ..... the income tax officer.7. the super profits tax act, 1963 was enacted to impose a special tax on certain companies. the tax is charged on the excess of the chargeable profits of a company over the standard deduction and the 'chargeable profits', according to the definition in sub-section (5) of section 2 of that act, means the total income of an assessee computed under ..... tax assessment can be regarded as part of the record of a super profits tax assessment. the converse can also be true that is made abundantly clear by sub-section (2) of section 20 of the super profits tax act which provides that all the information contained in any statement or return made or furnished under the provisions of the super profits tax ..... assessment contains material pertaining to the claim under section section 15 of the super profits tax act of the income tax act, such material can be considered by the income tax officer for the purpose of granting relief under section section 15 of the super profits tax act in the income tax assessment. in that sense and to that degree learned counsel for the assessee is perfectly right .....

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Jul 16 1986 (SC)

Madras Marine and Co. Vs. State of Madras

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-16-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1760; 1987(11)ECC4; 1986LC165(SC); 1992(61)ELT161(SC); 1986(2)SCALE126; (1986)3SCC552; [1986]3SCR236; [1986]63STC169(SC)

..... connection the territorial waters, continental shelf, exclusive economic zone and other maritime zones act, 1976.16. it was further urged that there was no definition at all of 'customs frontiers' in the central sales tax act, 1956. the definition inserted in the act in section 2(ab) by the amending act 103 of 1976 must be read as declaratory or explanatory and no questions of ..... prospective operations would arise according to counsel for the appellants/petitioners. he submitted that that definition would also be applicable to sales prior to 1976.17 ..... . this court dealt with the history of the definition now appearing in the relevant sections ..... to the territory of the state for sales-tax purposes. sale, therefore, beyond the customs barrier is still a sale within the state. the amendment introduced in section 2 by the act 103 of 1976 does not affect the position because the custom station is within the state of tamil nadu. that question might have been relevant if we were .....

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Mar 05 1986 (SC)

D.K. Trivedi and Sons and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-05-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1323a; (1986)2GLR1250; 1986(1)SCALE1133; 1986Supp(1)SCC20; [1986]1SCR479; 1986(2)LC301(SC)

..... . we will not turn to the relevant provisions of the 1957 act. section 2 of the 1957 act contains a declaration that it is expedient in the public interest that the union should take under its control the regulation of mines and the development of minerals to the extent provided in the 1957 act. certain definitions given in section 3 are important and may be reproduced. these ..... 54 of the union list and entry 23 of the state list. in the exercise of the power conferred by entry 54, parliament has made a declaration in section 2 of the 1957 act that 'it is expedient in the public interest that the union should take under its control the regulation of mines and the development of minerals to the extent herein ..... power already conferred, the particular powers are only illustrative of the general power and do not in any way restrict the general power. section 2 of the defence of india act, 1939, as amended by section 2 of the defence of india (amendment) act, 1940, conferred upon the central government the power to make such rules as appeared to it 'to be necessary or expedient for ..... . the industrial policy resolution included minerals amongst the industries whose location had to be governed by economic factors of all-india import or which required considerable investment or a high degree of technical skill and consequently had to be the subject of central regulation and control. accordingly, in pursuance of the power conferred by entry 36 in the federal legislative list .....

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Oct 21 1986 (SC)

institute of Chartered Accountants of India Vs. L.K. Ratna and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-21-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC71; [1987]61CompCas266(SC); (1986)3CompLJ352(SC); (1986)57CTR(SC)121; [1987]164ITR1(SC); JT1986(1)SC671; 1986(2)SCALE614; (1986)4SCC537; [1986]3SCR1049

..... high court may, on its own motion or otherwise, after calling for the records of any case, revise any order made by the council under sub-section (2) or sub-section (4) of section 21 and may-(a) confirm, modify or set aside the order; (b) impose any penalty or set aside, reduce, confirm, or enhance the penalty ..... for a recording of evidence by the committee. its duty does not end there. it must consider the evidence and come to its conclusions. as section 21(2) of the act plainly says, it must report 'the result of its enquiry' to the council. in the absence of express or implied statutory intendment to the contrary ..... in the original proceeding, and to avoid treating an appeal as an overall substitute for the original proceeding.19. upon the aforesaid considerations, we are of definite opinion that a member accused of misconduct is entitled to a hearing by the council when, on receipt of the report of the disciplinary committee, it ..... circumstances of the case.16. it is next pointed out on behalf of the appellant that while regulation 15 requires the council, when it proceeds to act under section 21(4), to furnish to the member a copy of the report of the disciplinary committee, no such requirement is incorporated in regulation 14 which ..... city of cornwall [1974] 42 d.l.r. (3d) 323. the supreme court of new zealand was similarly inclined in wislang v. medical practioners disciplinary committee [1974] 1 n.z.l.r. 29 and so was the court of appeal of new zealand in reid v. rowley [1977 .....

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Jul 17 1986 (SC)

M. Ct. Muthiah and anr. Vs. Controller of Estate Duty, Madras

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-17-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1863; (1986)58CTR(SC)164; [1986]161ITR768(SC); 1986(2)SCALE54; 1986Supp(1)SCC375; [1986]3SCR315

..... that is taking place.47. an accident insurance policy cannot be construed as movable property unlike a life insurance policy or an annuity because as laid down in section 2(15) of the act it is not only necessary for the person to have property or interest in property but that interest must be in regard to a movable property and his interest ..... in 1894 a term of art in the law relating to death duties, and that it would appear to have been a matter of sheer necessity for the act to proceed to a definition of the area of charge. it was natural that the draftman should do so by the use of the word 'deem,' a word which, has been described by ..... members of the family of a victim of an air crash. in the very nature of things the damages by way of compensation arose after the person was dead. the act definitely provided for whom it was available. if it were part of his estate passing on his death it would pass on to his heirs other than those specified in the ..... the gratuity became payable to the deceased's representatives. master of rolls further went on to observe that from and after the operation of the act of 1925 referred to in the judgment, there was a definite right on the part of the school teacher who fulfilled certain conditions-as the teacher before the court of appeal did, by dying at the .....

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