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Feb 01 1989 (HC)

Girijan Co-operative Corporation Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-01-1989

Reported in : [1989]178ITR359(AP)

..... meet the claims relating to dividend on the paid-up share capital of the members. 5. the expression 'charitable purpose' is defined in clause (15) of section 2 in the following words : ''charitable purpose' includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief, and the advancement of any other object of general public utility involving the carrying on of any activity for profits.' 6 ..... a. p. police welfare society was held to be a society whose primary and dominant object was advancement of an object of general public utility within the meaning of section 2(15) of the act. 17. we are, therefore, of the opinion that the object for which the assessee corporation has been established is charitable and, therefore, it can be considered to be ..... -69, certain profit resulted from its operations. the assessee-corporation, however, submitted that since it is a 'charitable institution' within the meaning of section 2(15) of the income-tax act, its income is exempt from levy tax under section 11. it was submitted that the basic object of the society is not to make any profits, but only to ameliorate the conditions of ..... . bankers and pawnbrokers association : [1988]170itr476(ap) , a decision of this court wherein the a. p. bankers and pawnbrokers association was held entitled to exemption under section 11(1)(a) read with sections 2(15) of the act. 15. strong reliance is placed by mr. ratnakar upon the decision of the supreme court in cit v. a. p. state road transport corporation : [1986]159itr1 .....

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Oct 05 1989 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh Dairy Development Co-operative Federation Ltd. Vs. Shiv ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-05-1989

Reported in : (1992)ILLJ153AP

..... april 30, 1986. this action of the federation amounts to retrenchment within the meaning of section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act and the termination being in contravention of section 25-f of the industrial disputes act the same is void ab initio. 3. in the counter affidavit filed on behalf of ..... has to be constituted under the rules'. it is therefore clear section 46 of the factories act the employees in the canteen would become employees of the occupier. 8. therefore, we agree with the contention of the learned counsel ..... the employer, but not the managing committee. in this situation it is difficult to hold that the employees in canteens established under section 46 of the act would not be employees of occupier, even though for purposes of management a canteen managing committee whose functions are advisory pointed out above ..... petitioners are being paid meager salaries without attendant benefits, which accrue to the regular employees of the federation. they contended that under section 46 of the factories act, the federation is under an obligation to establish and maintain a canteen for the workmen and hence the canteen has been established ..... with prices to be charged. rule 69 deals with the accounts. rule 70 deals with the managing committee. rule 71 deals with the medical examination of the canteen staff. rule 71-a empowers the chief inspector to relax the provisions of rules 65 to 70 in the cease of .....

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Feb 24 1989 (HC)

Kum. M. Anuradha, Adv. Vs. Sri. Venkateswara University, Triupati

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-24-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP122

..... attempt against him would be oppressive and unreasonable. 1 am supported in my view by a judgment of the supreme court in abhijit v. dean, government medical college, aurangabad, : air1987sc1362 . in that case, the candidate fell seriously ill and was hospitalised during the final term of iii m.b.b.s ..... admitted to the course.9. on 31-12-1987 this court granted interim direction to the respondent to permit petitioner to attend classes. on 5-2-1988, further direction was given to the respondent to permit the petitioner to attend practicals as well. in these circumstances, the respondent is directed ..... graduate course the rule is indeed arbitrary.'7. from the above discussion it follows that in so far as the second limb of r. 2 is concerned, it has to be held as unreasonable and arbitrary as it does not take into consideration the circumstances which might prevent the candidate ..... these circumstances, it is prayed that the writ petition be dismissed.3. sri g. vendantha rao, the learned counsel for the petitioner, submits that r. 2 is arbitrary, unreasonable was oppressive and, therefore, it has to be struck down as it does not take into consideration the unforeseen events like sudden sickness, ..... in september, 1985 instead of june, 1985, she was treated as having passed in second attempt and was not selected, pursuant to r. 2 of the general conditions for admission to different courses of study. the petitioner therefore challenges the validity of the rule as being arbitrary and unjust .....

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Aug 31 1989 (HC)

Vidadala Harinadhababu and Etc. Vs. N.T. Ramarao, Chief Minister, Stat ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-31-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP20

..... act alone. because of the said definitions, it cannot be held that a minister is a public servant for all purposes, nor can it be held ..... ) of the indian penal code, but, the said definition is relevant only for the purpose of indian penal code, and is intended to provide a certain protection to them against frivolous and vexatious prosecutions. a minister is also a public servant, as defined in section 2(c) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988; but that definition again is relevant for the purpose of that ..... individual judgment and canno't'be construed as involving legal sanctions. 4. the degree of commitment of an individual to the due discharge of his functions depends upon internal considerations and cannot be made the subject-matter of a legal issue unless and until ..... of his being sworn in includes allegiance to the constitution of india and further that he would 'faithfully' and 'conscientiously' dis-charee his duties as a chief minister.3. the degree of time which a chief minister devotes to the functions of his officecannot be viewed in any axiomatic and canonical way. the performance of official functions is a matter of .....

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Sep 22 1989 (HC)

P. Ugender Rao and ors. Vs. J. Sampoorna and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-22-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ762

..... in sub-section (1) has been relaxed as the magistrate has been empowered to act under sub-section (2) if before completing the evidence he finds the charge to be groundless. it does not do away completely with the necessity of examining ..... finds that no case against the accused has been made out. 'previous stage' in this context would any stage before the recording of the entire evidence. to my mind, sub-section (2) empowers the magistrate, to discharge the accused if he finds the charge to be groundless on recording a few witnesses or even on examination of the complainant. the restriction imposed ..... v. luke, (1963) 1 an wr 173 : (1963 (1) cri lj 347), referring to the phrase 'at any previous stage of the case occurring in sections 253(2) and 254 of the old code (corresponding to sections 245(2) and 246 of the present code), justice sharfuddin ahmed held (at pp. 348, 349 of cri lj) : 'now, s. 253(1) provides for taking all ..... considers, for reasons to be recorded, that no case against the accused has been made out which, if unrebutted, would warrant his conviction, the magistrate shall discharge him. (2) nothing in this section shall be deemed to prevent a magistrate from discharging the accused at any previous stage of the case if, for reasons to be recorded by such magistrate, he considers .....

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Jun 28 1989 (HC)

Dodla Narayana Vs. Velti Reddemma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-28-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP147

..... a period of three months and the order of the court below ordering detention till he obeys the decree is contrary to the provisions of sections 51 and 58 of the act read with order 21 rule 32, besides being arbitrary.8. it is then strenously contended by mr. durga prasad that since he took ..... the period of detention cannot be construed to have prescribed an unlimited period. a reference to clause (2) of section 58 would also be appropriate in this connection.(2) a judgment-debtor released from detention under this' section shall not merely by reason of his release be discharged from his debt, but he shall not be ..... said period of detention -(i) on the amount mentioned in the warrant for his detention being paid to the officer in-charge of the civil prison, or (ii) on the decree against him being otherwise fully satisfied, or (iii) on the request of the person on whose application he has been so detained, or ..... the question to the division bench, as this is a question of importance and likely to arise frequently. that is how the matter is before us.2. the sole question for consideration is whether in a decree for execution of a prohi-bitary injunction, the judgment-debtor can be detained in a civil prison ..... holder to file a fresh e.p. if he chooses. then the decree-holder filed.e.p. 79/86, out of which the present revision arises, on 2-6-1986, for the same relief, i.e. for arrest and detention in civil prison. by order dated 11th september, 1987, the learned additional district munsif .....

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Nov 29 1989 (HC)

Anwar Ali Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-29-1989

Reported in : [1992]196ITR354(AP)

..... tax or interest payable in consequence of an order passed under this act in respect of the relevant assessment year. certain limitations are imposed in sub-section (2) of section 273a but they are not relevant for our purpose here. sub-section (3) provides that where the order has been made under sub-section (1) in favour of any person, whether such order relates to one ..... is not bound to give reasons. in view the submissions of learned counsel for the parties, two questions arise : 1. what is the scope of section 273a of the income-tax act, 1961 2. is the commissioner bound to give reasons in an order passed under section 273a; if so, whether the impugned order is bad in law it would be apt to read ..... penalty to 15 per cent. of the minimum impossible under the act. that order was challenged. the division bench quashed the order on the ground ..... also related to waiver of penalty under section 18(2a) of the wealth-tax act. in that case, the commissioner found that, voluntarily and in good faith, the assessee made fair disclosure of his wealth without any notice under section 14(2) of the said act and that he had extended all co-operation in completing the assessment. under section 18(2a), the commissioner reduced the .....

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Sep 06 1989 (HC)

B.K. Adarsh Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-06-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP100

..... to constitute examining committees and revising committees. section 5 amends section 4 and also introduces sec. 4( 1 a). under section 4(1) an application for certification has to be made in the prescribed manner. section 6 of the second amendment act inserts section 4a after sec. 4 of the principal act. section 7 substitutes a new section for section 5 of the principal act. section 8 amends s. 5-a. s. ..... any matter contained in the film for which certificate has been granted under clause (a) or clause (b).' section 6 amends s, 5-b. section 7 substitutes new section for section 5-c with sub-sections (1) and (2) thereof and s. 8 inserts new sections -- sections 5d to 5f. the details thereof or the other amendments are not relevant for the purpose of this case, ..... of demarcation not necessarily sharp but sufficiently distinguishing between that which is obscene and that which is not. none has so far attempted a definition of 'obscenity because the meaning can be laid bare without attempting a definition by describing what must be looked for. it may however be said at once that treating with sex and nudity in art and ..... '.accordingly the decision of the revising committee was upheld by order dated february 23, 1988.4. chapter ii of the principal act is its livewire. sec. 3 empowers the central govt. to constitute a board of film censors to sanction films for public exhibition. sec. 4 enjoins any person desiring to exhibit any film to make an application in the prescribed manner for .....

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Feb 06 1989 (HC)

Revenue Divisional Officer-cum-land Acquisition Officer, Chittoor Vs. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-06-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP155

..... -objections for the non-grant of solatium would be an appropriate case for this court to interfere under o.41 r. 33, cpc. s. 23(2) of the act provides thus :'in addition to the market value of the land as above provided, the court shall in every case award a sum of thirty per ..... to the trees. the solatium is a statutory benefit given under s. 23(2) of the act. it is a statutory duty case on the court to award solatium. therefore, the lower court ought to have granted the solatium also. this was ..... the market value determined at the prescribed rate. accordingly, i hold that the claimants are entitled to 30% solatium under the amendment act and this court is obligated under s. 23(2) of the act. the code of civil procedure armed the court under o.41 r. 33 to accord the relief though no cross-objection was ..... standing trees which is a component to fix the market value. therefore, determination of ihc market value to the trees by the court is valid in law.2. sri e. manohar, learned counsel for the claimants has contended that the court below was not justified in refusing to grant solatium on the market value determined ..... filed in this regard. the claimants are entitled to the benefits of the amendment act 68 of 1984 including the enhanced solatium and .....

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Sep 15 1989 (HC)

Y.V. Anjaneyulu Vs. Income-tax Officer

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-15-1989

Reported in : (1990)89CTR(AP)43; [1990]182ITR242(AP)

..... income from the mill. at any rate, the privy council's decision which determined the rights of the parties irrespective of the compromise did constitute definite information within the meaning of section 34 of the income-tax act. this view is borne out by the decision of this court in maharaj kumar kamal singh v. cit : [1959]35itr1(sc) . in that case, the ..... question has two-fold aspects, viz., (1) what are the ingredients that have to be satisfied by the income-tax officer before exercising the power under section 148(1) read with section 147(b) of the act (2) whether, in this case, the said ingredients have been brought out case law : before answering, the legal position with reference to the case law may now ..... which pointed out that entertainment expenses had been wrongly allowed in excess of rs. 5,000 contrary to the provisions of section 37(2) of the income-tax act, 1961, the income-tax officer reopened the assessments under section 147(b) of the act and made a reassessment : held, that it was not a case of mere change of opinion by the income-tax officer ..... nevertheless may draw the attention of the income-tax officer as to the interpretation of the correct law on the facts as pronounced by courts. sd. .............i.t.o. (ia) 2-2-198785. briefly, the rival contentions urged are as follows. sir dastur, learned counsel for the petitioner, says that the previous income-tax officer who passed the assessment order was aware .....

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