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Apr 15 2015 (HC)

Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limit Vs. Asst. Commissioner of Income Tax and An ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-15-2015

..... that the jurisdiction under section 154 of the act is extremely narrow and restrictive and could be exercised only to rectify any mistake apparent from the record and obvious and patent mistake and not something which could be established by long drawn process and reasoning on points on which there may be conceivably two opinions. on the other hand, the learned ..... -08-2012, and within less than three days therefrom the instant writ petition was filed. the questions whether the mistake, pointed out in the impugned notice is an obvious and patent mistake, and whether to establish such mistake a long drawn process and reasoning would require, in our opinion, cannot be and need not be gone into in writ jurisdiction under .....

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Apr 15 2015 (HC)

Smt. Dr. Renuka Datla and Oth Vs. Biological E Limited and Oth

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-15-2015

..... directors fell below the minimum number prescribed under section 252 of the act and the purported board meeting convened and conducted by respondent no.5 on 9-4-2013 was patently illegal and consequently the appointment of respondent no.4 as a director of the company was also illegal and nonest. (iv) that the board meeting held on 10-4-2013 .....

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Apr 02 2015 (HC)

Sukeshini Kalohe D/O Late Kishan Kalokhe Vs. The State of Telangana R ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-02-2015

..... nugatory in m.p.irrigation karamchari sangh v. state of m.p., the supreme court held as under: while conceding a very limited jurisdiction to the state government to examine patent frivolousness of the demands, it is to be understood as a rule, that adjudication of demads made by workmen should be left to the tribunal to decide.government cannot bear .....

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Jan 28 2015 (HC)

Independent Gas Based Power Producers? A Vs. Union of India Represente ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-28-2015

..... when the economic policy is demonstrated to be violative of constitutional or legal limits on power or is abhorrent to reason, (balco employees union (regd.)48), or if it is patently arbitrary, discriminatory or mala fide. (dhampur sugar (kashipur) ltd.45; metropolis theater co.49; nandlal jaiswal50). any act of the repository of power, whether legislative or administrative or quasi-judicial ..... means of distribution, and give a constitutional answer as to which methods are either ultra vires or intra vires the provisions of the constitution. if a policy or law is patently unfair to the extent that it falls foul of the fairness requirement of article 14 of the constitution, the court would not hesitate in striking it down. (natural resources allocation .....

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Apr 16 2015 (HC)

D.J Vs. Ch.Krishna Reddy and Anot

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-16-2015

..... the draft sale deed was presented by the respondents, the executing court has straightaway sent the same for registration. in the light of the legal position discussed above, it is patently obvious that the procedure followed by the executing court suffers from grave procedural illegality. therefore, the lower court is directed to consider the objections of the petitioner against the sketc .....

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Jun 16 2015 (HC)

A.P.Arya Vysya Mahasabha Rep.By Its Pres Vs. Mutyapu Sudershan and Oth ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-16-2015

..... face of record, when violated principles of natural justice, when inferior court exercised its authority arbitrarily or capriciously, when arrived any finding perversely or based on no material or a patent or flagrant error in procedure, when order resulting in manifest injustice. in the instant case, the order of the trial court granting ex parte ad interim injunction during pendency of .....

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Jun 04 2015 (HC)

andhra Association of Tela Vs. The Union of India, Rep. by Its Centra ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-04-2015

the honble sri justice vilas v. afzulpurkar writ petition no.15355 of201504-06-2015 andhra association of telanganapetitioner the union of india, rep. by its central board of film certification, hyderabad chapter, telangana state and others.... respondents counsel for petitioner : mr. p. lalitha kamesh counsel for respondents: mr. b. narayana reddy (asst. solicitor general) gp for women development and child welfare mr. m. surender rao

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Jun 03 2015 (HC)

K.Bhar Vs. Joint Collector and Addl.Dist.Magistrate A

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-03-2015

the honble sr.justice c.v.nagarjuna reddy writ petition no.17964 of 2011 03-06-2015 k.bharathi petitioner joint collector & addl.dist.magistrate anantapur district and 3 others respondents counsel for the petitioner: mr.p.r.balarami reddy counsel for respondents 1 to 3: gp for civil supplies (ap) ^counsel for respondent no.4:ms.addula triveni ?.cases cited: --- the honble sr.justice c.v.nagarjuna reddy writ petition no.17964 of 2011 dated 03.06.2015 the court made the following: order: at the interlocutory stage, the writ petition is taken up for hearing and disposal with the consent of the learned counsel for the parties. i have heard mr.p.r.balarami reddy, learned counsel for the petitioner, learned government pleader for civil supplies (ap) representing respondent nos.1 to 3 and ms.addula triveni, learned counsel for respondent no.4. respondent no.2 has notified the vacancy of permanent fair price shop dealer of s.beerepalli village, parigi mandal, anantapur district on 10-01-2011. in pursuance of the said notification, the petitioner as well as respondent no.4 have applied for being appointed as such. interview was conducted by respondent no.2 on 11-04-2011. following the said interview, respondent no.2 has issued the proceedings on the following day i.e., on 12-04-2011 appointing the petitioner as the permanent dealer of the fair price shop in question. feeling aggrieved by the petitioners appointment as such, respondent no.4 has filed an appeal before respondent no.1. .....

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