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Dec 26 1986 (HC)

The Andhra Pradesh Steel Wool Industries Cooperative Society Ltd. Vs. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-26-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ66AP

..... employee, unsupported by the other employees. the insertion of section 2-a in the i.d. act, by amending act xxxv of 1965 with effect from 1st december, 1965 enlarged the definition of 'industrial dispute' as defined in section 2(k) of the i.d. act so as to bring within its fold matters relating to ..... the discharge, dismissal, retrenchment or termination of the service of an individual workman also, with the result that the government could refer such industrial dispute for adjudication under section ..... employee who is aggrieved by the termination of his service. he may, at his choice and convenience, either pursue the remedy invoking section 2-a of the i.d. act, or approach the appellate authority (in case of necessity, the labour court also in second appeal). the apprehension that the availability ..... cover, the question which still arises for our consideration is whether there is any repugnancy protanto by reason of the insertion of section 2-a in the i.d. act, whereby disputes raised by an individuals workman in regard to termination of services, which are not espoused by the union or ..... who has completed the age of sixty years or who is physically or mentally unfit having been so declared by a medical certificate, or who wants to retire on medical grounds or to resign his service may give up his employment after giving to his employer notice of at least one .....

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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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Dec 19 1986 (HC)

Dulal Nayek Vs. State of W.B.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-19-1986

Reported in : (1987)0CALLT29(HC)

..... state, : 1973crilj1783 it must be held, therefore, that no prejudice was caused to the appellant even though, the medical evidence was not specifically brought to his notice during his examination under section 313 cr.p.c.it is also urged by the learned advocate that had the appellant intended to kill his wife he ..... situation where 'sufficient to cause death'. we do not see any reasons, therefore, to alter the conviction in this case to one under section 304 part ii of the penal code as suggested by the learned advocate for the appellant.the learned advocate also points out that the opinion of the doctor ..... apparao v. orissa, 1983, crl.l.j. 953 the learned advocate argues that at worst the appellant could be convicted under section 304, part-ii of the indian penal code and never under section 302 of the said code.we do not find any great merit in this argument also. it appears from the evidence of s ..... a culpable homicide a murder if death has actually been caused and intention to cause such injury or injuries is to be presumed from the act or acts resulting in the injury or injuries. in the present case injuries caused by the appellant were sufficient to cause death and his intention to cause ..... the materials on record also do not raise any doubt as regards any of the ingredients of the offence. the statement of lakshmi (p.w.2) under section 364 cr.p.c. cannot be treated as substantive evidence for reasons given by the learned sessions judge. insanity also cannot be presumed from only .....

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Dec 19 1986 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation Vs. Narasayya and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-19-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ83AP

..... : 'the law on the point arising for decision may be summed up thus : compulsory damages under section 1a of the act for wrongful death must be limited strictly to the pecuniary loss to the beneficiaries and that under section 2, the measure of damages is the economic loss sustained by the state. there can be no exact ..... as determined by multiplying the dependency with the factor or rs. 20,000/- whichever is more. by the central amending act 47/1982, section 92-a to e were introduced in the motor vehicles act. section 92-a provides for a no fault liability of rs. 15,000/- in case of death. this may be adopted ..... c. 166)'. this is another reasoning which, with great respect, we are not able to share. 12. since we accept a.t. tables strike a greater degree of accuracy in an estimation of damages, we have in vain searched for tables in any statute for use in motor accident cases. in that search we scrutinised the ..... periods of economy of the relevant country. the a.t. tables do not claim accuracy as their fine point. but that a.ts. do achieve a certain degree of accuracy, is not doubted. whether the level of accuracy. a.ts. may have achieved the tables suffer the odium of being conjectural estimates. that in ..... under this head will be rs. 600 x 18.25 = rs. 10,950/-. as the accident was in 1978 there is no statutory minimum available under section 92-a. there is no material to show that the compensation arrived at by applying the table showed be varied i.e. either increased or decreased. the .....

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Dec 15 1986 (HC)

N. Kumara Rao Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-15-1986

Reported in : [1988]169ITR128(AP)

..... in holding that there was transfer of funds by the assessee to his wife for the construction of house property as contemplated by section 64 of the income-tax act, 1961, or not (2) if the answer to the above is affirmative, whether the tribunal was justified in apportioning the income arising out of the said ..... his wife in the construction of the house and rs. 52,000 was the amount which went into the construction from borrowings made in that regard. section 64 of the act has no application to outside borrowings. therefore, the proportion in which the income derived from the property is to be apportioned is 10 : 34.5 ..... : 52. therefore, that part of the income attributable to 34.5 alone is taxable under section 64(1)(iv) of the act. instead, the appellate assistant commissioner and the tribunal wrongly apportioned the income in the ration of 1 : 3 and assessed 3/4ths of the ..... . the assessee did not seek any reference, nor did it file any application for calling upon the tribunal to refer that question to this court. section 64(1)(iv) of the act postulates thus : 'in computing the total income of any individual, there shall be included all such income as arises directly or indirectly - ... ( ..... at rs. 9,548. in view of the contribution made by the assessee, by exercise of the power under section 64(1)(iv) of the income-tax act, 1961 (43 of 1961) (for short 'the act'), the income was apportioned in the ratio of 1 : 3 and 3/4ths of the income in the hands .....

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Dec 09 1986 (HC)

Div. Personnel Officer, Southern Railway Vs. Karthiyani

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-09-1986

Reported in : (1994)IIILLJ65Ker

..... if drinking the water was the cause of his death, the cause and the effect arose out of and in the course of his employment. the medical and other evidence clearly show that death was caused by gastro enteritis which itself was caused on account of the water which the deceased had drunk a few ..... was not the immediate or direct or proximate cause of his death; yet by the very nature of his employment, the deceased was exposed in a special degree to suffer the consequences of that flowed from the perils of the sea such as storm and such consequences were, as lord atkin puts it, 'sufficiently associated ..... dispute. the commissioner at the end of the enquiry founds that the railway was liable in terms of section 3 of the workmen's compensation act, 1923 and awarded the aforesaid sum of rs. 19,200/-as compensation.2. counsel for the railway submits that there was no causal connection between the drinking of the water and ..... with his employment' so make the employer liable under the act.'see also the decision of the full bench of this court in m.f.a. no. 517 of 1981 (1986 klt.1329).4. it cannot be ..... contract of service, the accident necessarily arises out of and in the course of the employment. it is immaterial if the event itself was caused by an act of god like storm, lightning or earth-quake. what directly caused the death of the workman in the present case was the capsizing of the boat in .....

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Dec 08 1986 (HC)

N. Narasimhalu and ors. Vs. Commissioner of Industries, Andhra Pradesh ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-08-1986

Reported in : (1987)IILLJ482AP

..... reason whatsoever, every workman who has been in continuous service for not less than one year in that undertaking immediately before such closure shall subject to the provisions of sub-section (2) be entitled to notice and compensation in accordance with the provisions of s. 25-f as if the workman has been retrenched .....' 3. to notice the contrast in the language ..... hold that where the said requirement is not followed, the closure itself becomes illegal. 5. it is true that under section 25-f of the act, it has been held that in case of non-compliance with the requirements of the section thereof, retrenchment is illegal and the workman is entitled to reinstatement with all the ancillary benefits, that is because of the ..... declaring closure as illegal should also follow from the non-compliance with the requirements of section 25-fff of the act. i do not find it possible to agree. sub-section (1) of section 25-fff in so far as it is relevant for the purpose, reads as under : 'section 25-fff compensation to workmen in case of closing down of undertaking :- where an undertaking ..... that for the amounts due to them, action will be taken in consultation with the labour assistant commissioner. 2. the contention of the petitioners that in as much as the respondents have not complied with the requirements of section 25-fff of the industrial disputes act no. 14 of 1947, the closure is illegal and hence, the relief sought for by them, has .....

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Dec 06 1986 (HC)

Ambica Tobacco Company (P.) Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-06-1986

Reported in : [1988]172ITR343(AP)

..... : 'whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the income received from lease of machinery should be assessed as income from business or income from other sources ?' 2. the assessee-company was incorporated with the object of carrying on business of producers, cultivators and manufacturers of tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, etc. the machinery purchased for the purpose of manufacturing .....

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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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Dec 03 1986 (HC)

K.S.N. Murthy Vs. Indian Commerce and Industries Co. (Pvt.) Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-1986

Reported in : (1988)ILLJ92AP

..... the gratuity amounting to 15 days' average wages for each year. as per sub-section (3) of section 40 of the act, an employee who wants to retire on attaining the age of 60 years or declared physically or mentally unfit by obtaining medical certificate or intends to retire on medical grounds or resign his service, in the case of resignation, a person who wants ..... ex. p-1 giving one month's time and also issued a reminder under ex. p-2. the petitioner claimed that he was relieved on august 14, 1982 and he laid an application under section 44(2) of the andhra pradesh shops and establishments act, 1966 (for short 'the act') claiming several reliefs. presently we are concerned with regard to the gratuity. the authority under ..... appeal. the appellate authority confirmed the order of the competent authority. thus this revision.2. the main ground on which both the tribunals have refused to grant the relief and which was reiterated by the learned counsel for the respondent is that section 40(3) of the act enjoins on the employees to give notice of resignation. the petitioner has given notice of ..... the act granted to the petitioner wages for two months and refused to grant gratuity. the petitioner carried .....

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