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Mar 03 2009 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Sunil Kumar Goel

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-03-2009

Reported in : [2009]315ITR163(P& H); [2009]183TAXMAN53(Punj& Har)

..... act, which has been relied upon by the learned counsel for the respondent-assessee, is being extracted hereunder:273b. notwithstanding anything contained in the provisions of clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 271, section 271a, section 271aa, section 271b, section 271ba, section 271bb, section 271c section 271ca section 271d, section 271e, section 271f, section 271fa, section 271fb, section 271g, clause (c) or clause (d) of sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) of section 272a, sub-section (1) of section ..... the respondent-assessee. relying upon the judgment rendered by this court in cit v. saini medical store : [2005] 277 itr 420 that bona fides and genuineness of the transaction would constitute a 'reasonable cause' for not invoking the provisions of sections 271d and 271e of the act, the income-tax appellate tribunal arrived at the conclusion that the respondent-assessee has been successful ..... and 269t of the act.16. having given our thoughtful consideration to the submissions advanced by the learned counsel for the rival parties, we are of the view that the finding that there was reasonable cause shown by the respondent-assessee, is a finding of fact. this emerges from the decision rendered by this court in saini medical store's case [2005 .....

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Mar 03 2009 (HC)

Peoples Union for Civil Liberties Vs. Dr. M. Khalilullah and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-03-2009

Reported in : [2009(121)FLR865]; (2009)IVLLJ904Del

..... . central bureau of investigation has also filed charge sheet in three separate cases for unauthorized and illegal purchase of medical equipments on the basis of false proprietary articles certificate, under sections 420 and 120b ipc as well as under provisions of prevention of corruption act, 1988. in these cases mr. p.k. banerjee, ex store officer, g.b. pant hospital and one dr ..... constitution of prayer (a) mentioned above will call for judicial review of:(i) the failure of the central government (respondent no. 3) to exercise its power to suspend respondent no. 2;(ii) the refusal of respondent no. 1 to exercise its power to recommend suspension; and(iii) the decision of the lt. governor rejecting the health secretary's suggestion to suspend respondent ..... out of the prayers in the writ petition, prayer (b) for a direction to respondent no. 1 to register a regular criminal case against the respondent no. 2 under the prevention of corruption act cannot be considered at this stage. the question of registering such a criminal case has to be considered not by this court but by the investigating agency in ..... commenced investigation. hence prayer (b) is premature and is only to be rejected. prayer (c) for a direction to the authorities to recover from respondent no. 2 the public money wasted on account his culpable acts is misconceived. the question of recovery can arise only after fixing the responsibility and liability in accordance with law. responsibility and liability can be fixed only .....

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Mar 05 2009 (HC)

Shivlal Joshi Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-05-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)WLN535

..... including the present petitioner, entered into their houses during imposition of curfew and committed any offence. had it been so, the accused respondents could have definitely narrated such story in their bail applications. that apart, they were released on bail on 16.04.2005 but they kept silent for 12 days and ..... in the above fir lodged at the police station against them on the date of procession i.e. 08.04.200511. so far as the medical evidence is concerned, which has not been produced with the misc. petitions by the respondents but shown for perusal of the court during arguments in ..... counsel for the private respondents that the respondents were under fear and they could not lodge the timely firs but the incident is established from the medical reports; obtained by them on 16.04.2005 and thus, after investigation, true facts will come out as to what offence the police officials have ..... and in their bail applications (annexs. 4 and 5) and also immediately after release on 16.04.2005. some of the fir lodgers obtained medical certificate but these complaints against the petitioner and other police personnels were filed between the period from 27.04.2005 to 10.05.2005 i.e. ..... 542, the hon'ble supreme court while dismissing the appeal, came to the conclusion that the act was in the discharge of the duty and no prosecution can be launched against the public officer under section 197(2) without the sanction of the competent authority but while appreciating the facts, it has been observed .....

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Mar 05 2009 (HC)

Gannavarapu Ramana Reddy. Vs. Anam Venkata Appareddy

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-05-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)ALT580

..... it is needless to say that the impuned order does not suffer from any illegality warranting interference in the present civil miscellaneous appeal. 17. point no. 2:in the result, the prima facie findings recorded by the appellate court are hereby confirmed. it is needless to say that these are only prima facie findings ..... on the decision in vishwanath and ors. v. wishwanath and ors. 2002 aihc 2247 wherein the learned judge of rajasthan high court observed at para 2 as hereunder:it is no doubt true that a counter claim ordinarily could have been filed by the defendants-petitioners only if they asserted title to the ..... 12 and 4 it was observed as hereunder:as already referred to supra, while admitting the c.r.p., interim suspension had been granted on 23.2.2007. it is needless to say that the interim suspension granted by this court has been in force sufficiently for a long time and now an ..... of 2008 in a.s. no. 5 of 2008 warrants interference by this court in this civil miscellaneous appeal in the facts and circumstances of the case?(2) if so, to what relief the parties would be entitled?7. point no. 1:for the purpose of convenience, the parties would be referred to as ..... referred to as 'the code' for the purpose of convenience).3. the said application was filed by the petitioner-appellant under order xxxix rules 1 and 2 of the code praying for temporary injunction restraining the respondent from causing obstruction to the petitioner in using the pathway on the north-east of the respondent .....

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Mar 06 2009 (SC)

Mohd. Asif Vs. State of Uttaranchal

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-06-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ2789; JT2009(4)SC1; 2009(3)SCALE695; (2009)11SCC497; 2009AIRSCW2262

..... cause death....applying the aforementioned principles, we have no doubt in our mind that it is not a case which attracts the provisions of section 304 part ii of the ipc or section 326 thereof15. mr. viswanathan relied upon a decision of this court in chowa mandal and anr. v. state of bihar (now jharkhand) ..... laid down in virsa singh (supra) to hold:to put it shortly, the prosecution must prove the following facts before it can bring a case under section 300, '3rdly':first, it must establish, quite objectively, that a bodily injury is present;secondly, the nature of the injury must be proved; these ..... said blood clot happens some times after the operation. i cannot say definitely that the said blood clot was caused because of injury no. 28. the term `pulmonary', it must be noted, refers to the lungs. `pulmonary embolism' is described in medical dictionary, 2nd edition, by p.h. collin as under:blockage of ..... of evidence, or reasonable explanation, that the prisoner did not intend to stab in the stomach with degree of force sufficient to penetrate that far into the body, or to indicate that his act was regrettable accident and that he intended otherwise, it would be perverse to conclude that he did not ..... : 2004crilj1405 . in that case it was found that there was no motive, intention or knowledge on the part of the offenders as to their act .....

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Mar 06 2009 (HC)

State Bank of India and ors. Vs. Ranjit Kumar and anr.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-06-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ShimLC6

..... knowing at the time he filled in form, annexure p-5, that candidates who had passed matriculation examination were ineligible and, therefore, he cannot be said to have committed the act of misconduct of suppressing material information. writ petitioners have sought review of the order of learned tribunal.6. we have heard the learned counsel for the parties and perused the ..... case, as appearing in para 2 of the judgment, are indicative that the candidate at the time of submission of his application was in the know that a person with qualification higher than 8th standard pass ..... of the learned tribunal. the first judgment relied upon by him is of the hon'ble supreme court in kerala solvent extractions limited and a. unnikrishanan and anr. : 1994-ii llj 888. in that case the educational qualification clause, contained in the rules, provided that the candidate should not possess higher qualification than 8th standard pass. the facts of the ..... six months and have been awarded 'exemplary' character at the time of discharge. they may preferably have been awarded medical category 'aye' but candidates awarded 'b' and 'c' category may be considered subject to their satisfying the bank's prescribed medical criteria.3. several names were sponsored and those included the name of respondent ranjit kumar also. ranjit kumar filled in .....

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Mar 06 2009 (HC)

The Management of Senthil Motor Service Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Lab ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-06-2009

Reported in : (2009)IIILLJ707Mad

..... the said amount. he also submitted that for arriving at minimum wages, he has to confine himself to the term 'wages' found under section 2(h) of the minimum wages act 1948 which defines the term 'wages'. in the said definition, there are several exceptions. therefore, the first respondent, by not including the collection batta, in the payment made to the second respondent while ..... , that higher wages should be calculated as defined in section 2(h) of the act. section 2(h) specifically provides that the value of the following items are not required to be computed for finding out whether employer pays minimum wages as prescribed under the act: (i) the value of any house, accommodation, supply of light, water, medical care, or any other amenity or any service excluded ..... by general or special order of the appropriate government; (ii) any ..... that the daily batta as part of the wage cannot be taken into account. in fact, a reading of section 2(h) of the minimum wages act, the term 'wages' does not show the inclusion of daily batta in the main part of the definition. the employer cannot state that the payment of daily batta is a part of the wage. the decision cited .....

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Mar 11 2009 (FN)

in Re Mce (Appellant) (Northern Ireland), in Re M (Appellant) (Norther ...

Court : House of Lords

Decided on : Mar-11-2009

..... apply to solicitor/client consultations? in ms case the following was substituted for paragraphs 1 and 2 above: 1. does section 28 of the regulation of investigatory powers act 2000 override or qualify the common law right of a person to consult privately with a medical practitioner by permitting covert directed surveillance of such consultation? the court certified the following question in ..... set out in statute law in order to avoid abuses of power involving interception of communications: the nature of the offences which may give rise to an interception order; a definition of the categories of people liable to have their telephones tapped; a limit on the duration of telephone tapping; the procedure to be followed for examining, using and storing ..... legal professional privilege in a wider context. all three judges agreed, however, that directed surveillance was not proportionate in terms of the interference that the surveillance involves and the degree of protection for the interests that can be achieved. in the absence of an enhanced authorising regime such as that prescribed for intrusive surveillance, monitoring of lawyer/client or doctor ..... merely the circumstances in which such surveillance is to be authorised, and by whom, but also the use that may be made of such communications if disclosed. 46. to a degree the code attempts to do this, but it does so in a manner that lacks coherence. thus, paragraph 1.8 provides: material obtained through covert surveillance may be used .....

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Mar 11 2009 (HC)

Revi Menon Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-11-2009

Reported in : 2009(1)KLJ783

..... .c. it is only if a person keeps a brothel or allows the premises under his control to be used as a brothel that he commits an offence under section 3 of the act. section 2(a) defines a 'brothel' as follows:'brothel' includes any house, room, conveyance or place or any portion of any house, room, conveyance or place, which is used for ..... the light of the interpretation placed by the apex court, the room in the government guest house will not answer the definition of 'brothel' if it was used for sexual exploitation only once.sub sections 1 and 2 of section 3 of the said act reads as fol1ows:3. punishment for keeping a brothel or allowing premises to be used as a brothel-(1) any ..... the act is not attracted for the reasons already mentioned.9. there is yet another reason as to why the impugned order should not be allowed to stand. soon after the arrest of a1 and a2 from room no. 108 of government guest house, thycaud by the circle inspector of police, museum police station, both of them were subjected to medical examination ..... . in the statement given by a2 to dr. a. sunitha, asst. surgeon, government women and children hospital, thycaud a2 has stated that she had sexual intercourse with a1 once. the circle inspector who allegedly detected the offence claims to have caught both a1 and a2 in flagrante delicto i.e. in the very act of indulging in .....

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Mar 11 2009 (HC)

Mr. X Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-11-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ2321

..... 5567). it is only if a person keeps a brothel or allows the premises under his control to be used as a brothel that he commits an offence under section 3 of the act. section 2(a) defines a 'brothel' as follows:'brothel' includes any house, room, conveyance or place or any portion of any house, room, conveyance or place, which is used for ..... the light of the interpretation placed by the apex court, the room in the government guest house 'will not answer the definition of 'brothel' if it was used for sexual exploitation only once.sub-sections 1 and 2 of section 3 of the said act reads as follows:3. punishment for keeping a brothel or allowing premises to be used as a brothel -(1) any ..... the act is not attracted for the reasons already mentioned.9. there is yet another reason as to why the impugned order should not be allowed to stand. soon after the arrest of a1 and a2 from room no. 108 of government guest house, thycaud by the circle inspector of police, museum police station, both of them were subjected to medical examination ..... . in the statement given by a2 to dr. a. sunitha, asst. surgeon, government women and children hospital, thycaud a2 has stated that she had sexual intercourse with a1 once. the circle inspector who allegedly detected the offence claims to have caught both a1 and a2 in flagrante delicto i.e. in the very act of indulging in .....

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