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Dec 09 2002 (HC)

Radhey Shyam Vs. Ishwari Prasad and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-09-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)AWC687

..... ordinarily be interfered with by the high court in exercise of writ jurisdiction, unless the court is satisfied that the finding is vitiated by manifest error of law or is patently perverse. the high court should not interfere with a finding of fact simply because it feels persuaded to take a different view on the material on record. 15. the question .....

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Dec 09 2002 (TRI)

Tenneco Mauritius Limited Vs. Bangalore Union Services

Court : Company Law Board CLB

Decided on : Dec-09-2002

Reported in : (2004)122CompCas199

..... dealing with the merits of these cases, it is necessary to narrate the background in brief. the company was incorporated in 1953 in the name of m/s armstrong's patents (india) limited and was subsequently changed into the present name in the same year. the main object of the company is to carry on the business of manufacture etc.of .....

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Dec 09 2002 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) and anr. Vs. Central Administrative Tribunal, Cha ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-09-2002

Reported in : (2003)134PLR200

..... march, 1990. in the facts and circumstances of the present case, the tribunal was not justified in putting the clock back by more than 15 years. the tribunal fell into patent error in brushing aside the question of limitation by observing that the respondent has been making representations from time to time and as such the limitation would not come in .....

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Dec 05 2002 (HC)

Sameer Aggarwal Vs. Punjab National Bank and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-05-2002

Reported in : 102(2003)DLT702; 2003(67)DRJ198; (2003)IILLJ85Del; 2003(1)SLJ202(Delhi)

..... to entertain the writ petition and accordingly dismissed the same.7. being not satisfied with the order passed by the learned single judge, the appellant has filed the instant letters patent appeal.8. learned counsel appearing for the appellant submitted that as the appellant was not relieved by the second respondent the jural relationship between the appellant and the second respondent ..... anil dev singh, j. 1. this letters patent appeal is directed against the order of the learned single judge in cwp no. 1826. of 1998 dated 20.04.1998. by that order, the learned single judge rejected the .....

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Dec 05 2002 (HC)

Shyam Charan Lal Vs. Ram Gopal Gupta

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-05-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)AWC489

..... as well as comparative hardships.14. this court in the exercise of writ jurisdiction normally does not interfere with the findings of fact unless such findings are shown to be patently illegal or perverse. no illegality or perversity has been committed by authorities below in recording the said findings of fact on the questions of bond fide need and comparative hardships ..... ordinarily be interfered with by the high court in exercise of writ jurisdiction, unless the court is satisfied that the finding is vitiated by manifest error of law or is patently perverse. the high court should not interfere with a finding of fact simply because it feels persuaded to take a different view on the material on record. the question that .....

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Dec 05 2002 (HC)

Bysani Anjaneyulu Vs. Trilinga Technical and Management Consultant (Pr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-05-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALD570

..... the exercise of its ordinary jurisdiction. now, appeals against orders made by a single judge of this court in its ordinary jurisdiction are governed by clause 15 of the letters patent and it is well settled that an appeal under clause 15 lies only at the instance of a party to the proceeding who is adversely affected by an order made .....

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Dec 05 2002 (HC)

Sundaram Industries Employees' Union Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-05-2002

Reported in : (2003)IILLJ147Mad

..... , the high court of gujarat held as follows:'a prima facie examination of the merits of the dispute is not impermissible and in case the dispute is found to be patently frivolous or clearly belated or if its reference is inexpedient on consideration of other relevant and material facts the government may refuse to make a reference subject to compliance with ..... claim is very little;(b) the claim is opposed to the provisions of the act;(c) the claim is interference with any agreement between the parties;(d) the claim is patently frivolous;(e) the impact of any claim in the general relations between the employer and the employees in the region is likely to be: adverse;(f) the person concerned is .....

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Dec 04 2002 (HC)

Kailashchandra JaIn Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-04-2002

Reported in : 2002(5)MPHT524; 2003(3)MPLJ260

..... respondent no. 3 submits that the petitioner may be asked to avail alternative remedy of appeal against the order impugned. i am not inclined to dismiss this writ petition as patent illegality has been committed and jurisdictional error while removing the petitioner. availability of alternative remedy is not absolute bar. another reason not to dismiss the writ petition due to availability .....

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Dec 04 2002 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs. A.S.C.U. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-04-2002

Reported in : 2003(90)ECC438; 2003(151)ELT481(SC); (2003)9SCC230

..... is pari materm to section 35c(2). in both these decisions, it has been held that a mistake apparent on the face of the record must be an obvious and patent mistake. it is held that 'mistake apparent from the record' cannot be something which would have to be established by a long drawn process of reasoning on points on which .....

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Dec 04 2002 (HC)

Asit Kumar Sahu Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-04-2002

Reported in : 95(2003)CLT648; 2003(I)OLR306

p. k. mohanty, j.1. this revision is directed against the appellate judgment of the learned sessions judge, cuttack confirming the convictionand sentence passed by the learned assistant sessions judge, cuttack holding the petitioner guilty of offences under section 324, indian penal code and section 27 of the arms act, 1959 and sentencing thereunder. 2. the petitioner along with another was tried for commission of offences punishable under sections 307/326/34, ipc and section 27 of the arms act. on the basis of the fir lodged by p.w. 7 (the injured, due to pistol shot injury on his belly) at the s. c. b. medical college and hospital, cuttack on 14.10.1993 at about 10.00 p.m., purighat p.s. case no. 409 of 1993 was registered under sections 307/ 326/34, ipc read with section 27 of the arms act. the fir story is that p.w. 7 ananda das, the injured-informant, earlier had informed the police regarding movement of one anil sen of his sahi and his friends with pistols, the persons were arrested and pistols were seized from his friends and as such anil sen allegedly bore grudge against the informant. on 14.12.1993 at about 10.30 p.m., while the informant was purchasing cheese, anil sen along with two of his friends came towards his house and anil identified the informant and his house to his friends. after their departure, the informant had gone to durga mandap and came out wearing his sweater, he was seen by anil and his two friends. suddenly, one of the friends of anil came near .....

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