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Oct 17 1986 (HC)

Lekh Ram Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh and anr.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-17-1986

Reported in : AIR1987HP61

..... recorded in writing which reasons cannot be different from those for which he can be removed from his office as panch. under sub-section (2) of section 54 of the act only the government is empowered to remove any such panch after holding enquiry as is deemed proper against him on any of the ..... resident of village barota, for issuing i.r.d. certificates, by inspector, vigilance (anti corruption deptt.) and a case under section 161 ipc and section 5 (2) of prevention of corruption act has been registered and has been issued a show-cause notice by the undersigned vide show-cause notice no. blp-7-66-150 ..... xxxxx 9. it is clear that the word 'panch' used in, this section has been defined in the definition under section 3 in clause (s) of the act, as meaning a member of gram panchayat elected, appointed, or co-opted under this act and includes pradhan or up-pradhan. thus the suspension of pradhan of the ..... in force; or(e) has been ordered to give security for good behaviour under section 110 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973; or(f) has been notified as disqualified for appointment in public service, except on medical ground; or(g) is a whole time salaried servant other than the persons ..... employed casually or on daily wages, of any local authority of state government or the union of india; or(h) is registered as a habitual offender under the punjab habitual offenders (control and reform) act, 1952 .....

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Mar 18 1986 (HC)

R.S.E.B., Vidyut Bhawan Vs. the Indian Aluminium Cables Ltd., New Delh ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-18-1986

Reported in : 1988(1)WLN191

..... to the effect of hearing the revision petition on merits of the case. in the instant case application had been moved under section 33 of the arbitration act before learned district judge under section 2(3), 31, 32 and 33 of the arbitration act and the jurisdiction of the arbitrator to arbitrate the dispute was challenged. a question had been raised in the case that ..... sequence that their lordships of the supreme court considered the question whether extension of time for performance of the contract was vague and uncertain whether it was possible to ascertain definitely the period for which the time of peformance of the contract. in the present case the position is absolutely different.25. in the present case it was subsequent upon the ..... to the conclusion that the conditions metioned by the respondent in its letter asking for extension of time were so vague and uncertain that it is not possible to ascretain definitely the period for which the time for the performance of the contract was really intended to be extended. in such a case, the agreement for extension must be held to ..... learned judge came to the conclusion that the valid contracts were executed for manufacture and supply of conductors between the petitioner and respondent no. 1 and the contracts were complete, definite and enforceable and dispute has arisen between the parties regarding implementetion of the contract as even the provision about the right to defer the supply arose out of the contract .....

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Mar 02 1986 (HC)

Additional Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Rajasthan Charity Trust.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-02-1986

Reported in : (1987)56CTR(Raj)248; [1987]165ITR759(Raj)

..... that the hedging transactions entered into by the trust constituted a business activity which did not come within the definition of 'charitable purpose' given under section 2(15) of the indian income-tax act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), as including relief of the poor, education, medical relief and the advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying on of ..... such exemption for the assessment year 1968-69. there can be no manner of doubt that the assessee-trust was entitled to be exempt from tax under section 11 read with section 2(15) of the act as this was a trust wholly for 'charitable purposes'. the question no. 1 is, therefore, answered in the affirmative and in favour of the assessee. as regards ..... . whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the assessee-trust was entitled to exemption from tax under section 11 read with section 2(15) of the income-tax act, 1961, as being a trust wholly for charitable purposes ?2. if the answer to question no. 1 be in the affirmative, then whether the income of the trust from hedging transactions was ..... behalf of the department, it was submitted that the trust was not entitled to any exemption under section 11(1)(a) of the act due to its involvement in hedging transactions which were the activities carried on for profit within the meaning of section 2(15) of the act. the tribunal, after considering the contentions of the parties and scrutinising the terms of the trust .....

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Sep 05 1986 (HC)

Ram Charan Das Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-05-1986

Reported in : 1986WLN(UC)665

..... by misunderstanding or by mistake of law would be denial of a service condition within meaning of sub-clause (v) of section 2(f) of the act and therefore would come within the definition of service matters as proved in section 2(f)(v) of the act against which an appeal lies to the tribunal. according to mr. singhvi, though compulsory retirement has not been specifically provided ..... lie or be instituted in any civil court with respect to any matter arising under or provided for by the act' (emphasis supplied by us). in the earlier part of this order the definition of service matter as given in section 2(f) of the act has been extracted. as already stated earlier, even the case of the petitioner is not that the matter falls ..... in any of the clauses (i) to (v) of section 2(f) of the act and according to the petitioner it falls under clause (v ..... the act?2. the petitioner ramcharan das was appointed as head master government secondary school, ramjipur kalan (jaipur) in december 1984, which is said to be at a distance of 30 miles from jaipur. he made a request to the chief minister for his transfer to jaipur city on the ground that he is a cronic patient of disentry and needs constant medical .....

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Sep 19 1986 (SC)

Director-general, Telecommunication and anr. Vs. T.N. Peethambaram

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-19-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC162; JT1986(1)SC496; (1987)ILLJ438SC; 1987(1)MhLj31; 1986(2)SCALE471; (1986)4SCC348; [1986]3SCR828; 1987(1)SLJ190(SC); 1986(2)LC747(SC)

..... interpretation, as it would lead to absurd results. an illustration will make the 'obvious' point 'more obvious'. the illustration might be viewed in the scenario of a medical degree examination. can one who secures zero, say in surgery, but secures high marks in the other papers, so that the minimum aggregate standard is attained, be declared ..... , which has upheld the aforesaid proposition canvassed by the respondent. the validity of this view is in focus before this court in the present appeal by special leave.2. rule 2 in appendix iii of the telegraph engineering service (group 'b') recruitment rules, 1981, for limited departmental qualifying examination, in the context of which the controversy has ..... affairs (d) assessment of ... 75 marks confidential reports (ii) (a) the minimum pass marks in the examination shall be 50% for general candidates and 45% for scheduled castes and scheduled tribe candidates. this rule was interpreted by the concerned ..... arisen, reads thus:- 2. limited departmental competitive examination: (i) (a) advanced technical ... 100 marks paper-general (b) advanced technical ... 100 marks paper-special. (c) general knowledge and ... 50 marks current .....

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Dec 09 1986 (SC)

Shivajirao Nilangekar Patil Vs. Dr Mahesh Madhav Gosavi and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC294; (1987)89BOMLR65; JT1986(1)SC1071; 1986(2)SCALE977; (1987)1SCC227; [1987]1SCR458; 1987(1)LC88(SC)

..... might have moved in his private interest but enquiry into the conduct of the examiners of the bombay university in one of the highest medical degrees was a matter of public interest. such state of affairs having been brought to the notice of the court, it was the duty of ..... .) but could not get through and therefore she should be shown some favour. it was learnt that the respondent no. 2 informed the said dr. p.k. shah that he would definitely favour dr. mrs. chandrakala patil if she failed, provided the chief minister himself phoned him personally. the respondent no ..... erstwhile chief minister, we were reminded of the observations of this court in the state of uttar pradesh v. mohammad nairn [1964] scr 2 363 where this court reiterated that it is a principle of cordinal importance in the administration of justice that the power, freedom of judges and ..... and the appellant herein after receiving this message from the respondent no. 4 and from dr. p.k. shah accordingly contacted respondent no. 2 and requested him to favour his daughter.10. in paragraph 25 of the petition, the petitioner stated as follows:the petitioner states that on the ..... section 3 of the indian evidence act, 1872 applied the same standard of proof in all civil cases. there this court after referring to certain observations referred to the observations of the division bench of the calcutta high court in jarat kumari dassi v. bissesur. ilr cal. 245: 16 c.w.n. 265. the court thereafter referred to the definition of section .....

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Dec 04 1986 (SC)

S.P. JaIn Vs. Krishna Mohan Gupta and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-04-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC222; 1986(2)SCALE931; (1987)1SCC191; [1987]1SCR411; 1987(1)LC182(SC)

..... residential builing' and the proviso uses the expression 'dwelling houses'. 15. our attention was drawn to the definition of 'building' and 'dwelling house' appearing in some acts. in the act in question, however, there is no definition provided, except that 'building' is defined in clause (i) to section 3 which is not relevant for our present purpose. it is therefore necessary to determine what kind ..... disentitle him to seek recourse to the urgency procedure of section 24-a of the act. 17. in busching schmitz private ltd. v. p. t. menghani and anr. : [1977]3scr312 section 14a of delhi rent control act, 1958 came up for consideration. this court held in the said decision that section 2(i) of the delhi act covered any building or part of the building leased for ..... use, residential, commercial or other. to attract section 14a of that act the landlord must be in occupation of residential premises ..... the statute in question in a particular case. for the meaning of 'dwelling house' it may be instructive to refer to the words and phrases legally defined second edition, volume 2 page 127 wherein it has been mentioned, inter alia, that 'dwelling house' meant a building used or constructed or adapted to be used wholly or principally for human habitation and .....

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Dec 03 1986 (SC)

Kamal Kishore Lakshman Vs. Management of Pan American World Airways In ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-03-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC229; [1987(54)FLR43]; JT1986(1)SC946; (1987)ILLJ107SC; 1986(2)SCALE922; (1987)1SCC146; 1987(1)LC147(SC)

..... to a stigma. the ratio in jagdish mitter's : (1964)illj418sc case also supports this conclusion.10. retrenchment as defined in section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act and as held by this court in several cases means termination of service for any reason whatsoever otherwise than punishment inflicted by way of ..... faith and fidelity. this view has been accepted by several high courts in india and meets with our approval. in the absence of a statutory definition of the world 'stigma', we shall refer to its meaning as available in dictionaries,8. according to webster's new world dictionary it is something ..... defect, the appellant had the larger share of responsibility. after the judgment in chandu lal's case was delivered a review application was filed being section 4 p. no 771 of 1985. this court by its order dated 24.7.1986 accepted the review and restored his special leave petition. leave ..... given in this case. dr. anand prakash for the employer rightly indicated that the role played by chandu lal and the appellant in the wrongful act differed and the appellant's responsibility appeared to be more. perhaps it was on that footing that this court had initially declined to interfere when ..... in the case of a workman the order could be justified even in the course of adjudication before the appropriate tribunal under the industrial disputes act even though no inquiry had been undertaken earlier.12. mr. mohanty finally contended that since in chandu lal's case a lump sum compensation has .....

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Sep 12 1986 (SC)

C.G. Ghanshamdas and ors. Vs. Collector of Madras

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-12-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC180; 1986(2)JKJ414[SC]; JT1986(1)SC432; (1987)1MLJ25(SC); 1986(2)SCALE414; (1986)4SCC305; [1986]3SCR754; 1986(2)LC722(SC)

..... also of the view that much reliance cannot be placed on the definition clause found in section 3(iv) of the act since the definitions given in that section have to be read subject to the context in which the expressions defined therein appear in the act. section 3 of the act states that in the act 'unless the context otherwise requires' the words and expressions defined in ..... for the appellants submitted that the expression 'order' in section 51 of the act can only mean an order as defined in section 2(14) of the cpc in view of section 3(iv) of the act which provides that expressions used and not defined in the act or in the tamil nadu general clauses act, 1891 (tamil nadu act i of 1891), but defined in the cpc, ..... decision in sahadu gangaram bhagade's case (supra) at page 150 reads like thus:section 11 provides for an appeal to the high court against the award made by the arbitrator. in the act there is no provision similar to sub-section (2) of section 26 of the land acquisition act, 1894 whereunder every award made by the land acquisition officer is to be deemed ..... found necessary to keep the properties under the continued requisition for a longer period. parliament, therefore, passed the requisitioning and acquisition of immovable property (amendment) act, 1975 (act ii of 1975) by which it amended the requisitioning act so as to extend by five years the existing maximum period for which properties could be retained under requisition and to provide for quinquennial revision of .....

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Sep 29 1986 (HC)

Sagarmal and ors. Vs. Laxmi Vastra Bhandar

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-29-1986

Reported in : AIR1987Raj112; 1987(1)WLN103

..... is operating and the defendant hails from madhya pradesh, neighbouring state of rajasthan. both the acts define agricultural laws, landless agricultural labourers and marginal farmers. the definition of marginal farmer in madhya pradesh is contained in clause (g) of section 3 of the adhiniyam which reads as under :'section 3(g) -- 'marginal farmer' means an agriculturist who,-- (i) in case of a member of ..... caption 'the madhya pradesh gramin rin vimukti tatha rin sthagan adhiniyam (act no. 32/1975) was enacted for relief from indebtedness to members of the schedule castes and schedule tribes, small and marginal farmers, landless agricultural labourers and rural artisans in rural areas.5. the madhya pradesh legislature, in section 2 declared the policy of the state for givingeffect to the policy towards ..... farmers and they have produced the certificate issued by tehsildar, jhabua certifying that the latter petitioner is a marginal farmer. jhabua is in madhya pradesh on the border of rajasthan.2. both the states, madhya pradesh as well as rajasthan, in consonance with art. 46 of the constitution, have enacted various laws for providing protection to poor and down trodden segments .....

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