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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Securities and Exchange Board of India Vs. Shri Kanaiyalal Baldevbhai ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Vibha Sharma Vs. Sebi

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Pooja Menghani Vs. Sebi

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

Securities Vs. Dipak Patel

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Sep 20 2017 (SC)

s.e.b.i. Vs. Sujit Karkera

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... penal provision, but such interpretation should not result in incongruence when compared with the purpose of the regulation. in sebi v. kishore r. ajmera, this court observed that- the sebi act and the regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the securities market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the ..... of probabilities. merely because the operation of the aforesaid two provisions of the 2003 regulations invite penal consequences on the defaulters, proof beyond reasonable doubt as held by this court in securities and exchange board of india vs. kishore r. ajmera(supra) is not an indispensable requirement. the inferential conclusion from the proved and admitted facts, so ..... publication information on the content of the column. further the stockbroker bought and sold shares based on such information and shared the profits made therein with the petitioner. the court, while convicting the petitioner, elaborated the meaning of fraud in following manner we cannot accept petitioners' further argument that winans' conduct in revealing prepublication information was no ..... by utilizing the information provided by deepak khurana who was privy to certain confidential information of religare. sebi conducted an investigation in the trading of appellant from june 1, 2008 to 6 january 12, 2009. during the investigation, sebi noticed irregularities in her dealings in the scrips of above mentioned four companies. a general trend of trading .....

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Nov 24 2015 (SC)

M/S Shree Bhagwati Steel Rolling Mills Vs. Commnr. of Central Excise a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... the central excise rules, 1994, which were framed in order to effectuate the provisions contained in section 3a of the central excise act, 1994. several high courts have struck down the said rules relating to penalty as being ultra vires the parent provision and violative of articles 14 and 19(1 ..... appearing for the revenue, strongly contradicts this position and has vehemently argued that since this issue was never raised before the authorities below, this court should not allow the appellant to raise it at this belated stage. he further submitted that in any case it would not be necessary for ..... error on the general administration of law or on public good ?. has the earlier decision been followed on subsequent occasions either by this court or by the high courts ?. and, would the reversal of the earlier decision lead to public inconvenience, hardship or mischief ?. these and other relevant considerations must ..... possible view, the alternative view which is pressed on the subsequent occasion is more reasonable. in reviewing and revising its earlier decision, this court should ask itself whether in interests of the public good or for any other valid and compulsive reasons, it is necessary that the earlier ..... civil) no.22134 of 2000, (aps associates v. commissioner of central excise). in this slp, the punjab and haryana high court has passed a judgment on 20.5.2008 in which it construed rule 3(2) of the induction furnace annual capacity determination rules, 1997. the said rule is set out .....

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