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Jan 03 2013 (HC)

The State of Assam, Represented by the Commissioner and Secy and Other ...

Court : Guwahati

..... existence of very exceptional circumstances, which is to be demonstrated by the proceedee seeking setting aside of such ex-parte order. 58. mr. buragohain, learned addl. advocate general appearing for the state of assam, referring to section 6a(3) of the 1955 act and also the provisions of the 2009 rules submits that though the time limit prescribed by rule 19 of the ..... . the tribunals order as well as the judgment passed by the learned single judge in wp(c)5393/2002 as regards the appellant nos.2, 3 and 4, therefore, cannot be sustained in law and hence set aside. 123.2. this leads to the question as to whether the im(d) tribunal as well as the foreigners tribunal were justified in declaring the ..... that such person would be treated as a citizen of india provided he registers himself as provided by law. 59. to a query made by the court the learned addl. advocate general submits that presently only 36 tribunals are constituted to deal with more than 2.6 lakh reference proceedings pending and the government of assam, for early disposal of the proceedings, has ..... and also to the person who was expelled from india before the commencement of the said amendment act, for the year under the 1946 act. sub-section (2) provides that the provisions of section 6a shall have the overriding effect on the other law for the time being in force. 108. rule 16f of the citizenship rules, 1956, as amended in 2005, provides the .....

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Mar 15 1963 (HC)

Senairam Doongarmal Agency (P.) Ltd. and Others Vs. K.E. Johnson and O ...

Court : Guwahati

..... with the power to apply either of the two methods, that is to say, he may issue a warrant of arrest under section 13 of the bombay city land revenue act, 1876, against one defaulter, and keep him in detention for a period which may work out to be much longer than six months, and he may proceed against another defaulter under ..... guidance for the executive or administrative authority to make selective application of an operative provision of the law. even the title of a statute is an important part of the act and may throw light on its scope and construction. but when a preamble is in very general terms, the object becomes no guidance for the selective application of a particular provision. again where ..... may be formulated as under :(i) restrictions to be valid and supportable must be reasonable, and this would depend as much upon the procedural part of the law as on the substantive part : gurbhachan singh v. state of bombay.(ii) the court must determine objectively the reasonableness of the statute applying its own intellectual yardstick which it considers applicable to the statute in question ..... .it was argued that section 46(2) provided for two different and alternative methods of recovery of dues, that is to say, that the collector might proceed under the provisions of the relevant law of the state for recovery of arrears of land revenue which in this case was section 13 of the bombay city land revenue act, 1876, under which the collector could .....

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Mar 18 1985 (HC)

Srish Chandra Choudhury Vs. State of Tripura and ors.

Court : Guwahati

..... issued the order specifying the tribes or tribal communities which should be deemed to be scheduled tribes in relation to the several parts of india. article 342(2) of the constitution confers the power on the parliament to modify by law the order issued under article 342(1) by including in or excluding from the list of scheduled tribes specified therein any tribe ..... that they were to be treated as tribes. the 'kshatriyas', according to him, were never treated as tribes, it meaning the soldier castes generally. he also refers to 'a statistical account of bengal' by w. w. hunter published in 1876 a.d., 'marriage and rank in bengali culture' by roneld blnden published in 1976 a.d. there was, according to counsel, specific ..... of these principles, the authorities that have been cited in this case can be relied by court as accredited histories. the oldest amongst them is w. w. hunter's a statistical account of bengal, vol. vi, which was principally compiled by h. m. kisch, assistant to the director general of statistics, and was published in 1876 by ..... of a public or general, though not those of a private, particular or local nature. the court may also take judicial notice of public facts, past or present, affecting the government and constitution of the country, and may refer to accredited histories to satisfy itself of their existence and to all matters under section 57 of the evidence act. considered in light .....

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