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Apr 13 2018 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs. M/S. Madhan Agro Industries (I) Pvt ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-2018

..... under the auspice of the general agreement on tariffs trade (gatt). in commissioner of customs and central excise, goa v. phil corporation ltd. (2008) 17 scc569 this court explained the hsn as under:-"9. ...the central excise tariff act is broadly based on the system of classification from the international convention called the brussels 69 convention on the harmonized commodity description and coding ..... given in the glossary of terms of the isi."74. 60. however, in camlin ltd. v. commissioner of central excise, mumbai (2008) 9 scc82 this court held that if the entries under hsn and the entries under the central excise tariff act are different then reliance cannot be placed upon hsn notes for the purposes of classification of goods under the central excise ..... note 2 to section vi and chapter note 3 to chapter 33 in support of the contentions advanced. apart from relying on the aforesaid provisions of the act, shri panda has submitted before the court that an elaborate market survey of the product undertaken had indicated that coconut oil in smaller packages are understood in the market and purchased as hair oil ..... by military personnel who are posted in high-altitude areas. in commissioner of central excise, calcutta v. sharma chemical works (2003) 5 scc60 this court held that in interpreting provisions of a statute like the excise act, the popular meaning as understood by the users should be applied and not the scientific or technical meaning.49. as held in jain exports pvt .....

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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

Justice k.s.puttaswamy(retd) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-26-2018

..... proof of identity, any such pattern in itself is crucial data that could be used to predict the emergence of future choices and preferences of individuals. 449 aleksandr solzhenitsyn, cancer ward, the bodley head (1968) 337 part h these preferences could also be used to influence the decision making of the electorate in choosing candidates for electoral offices. such a practice ..... are left in every facet of human life, it will lead to a loss of privacy. the repercussions of profiling individuals were anticipated in 1966 by alexander solzhenitsyn in cancer ward 449. his views are prescient to our age: as every man goes through life he fills in a number of forms for the record, each containing a number of questions ..... focusing the discussion to the aspect whether there is sufficient data available with the respondents which may facilitate the profiling and misuse thereof or whether there are sufficient safeguards to ward off the same. in the process, we would be discussing the issues pertaining to data protection as well. at the same time, there would be some overlapping of discussion inasmuch ..... kingdom400: in addressing the question whether section 4(2)(c) of the 1985 act (as amended) was reasonably justifiable in a democratic society the supreme court drew on jurisprudence of the european court of human rights in s v the united kingdom in substance the the court asked whether 400 [2008]. echr1581293 part h to fundamental the measure rights which measure pursued a legitimate aim .....

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Apr 13 2018 (SC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Etc. Vs. m/s.aishwarya Industries Throu ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-2018

..... under the auspice of the general agreement on tariffs trade (gatt). in commissioner of customs and central excise, goa v. phil corporation ltd. (2008) 17 scc569 this court explained the hsn as under:-"9. ...the central excise tariff act is broadly based on the system of classification from the international convention called the brussels 69 convention on the harmonized commodity description and coding ..... given in the glossary of terms of the isi."74. 60. however, in camlin ltd. v. commissioner of central excise, mumbai (2008) 9 scc82 this court held that if the entries under hsn and the entries under the central excise tariff act are different then reliance cannot be placed upon hsn notes for the purposes of classification of goods under the central excise ..... note 2 to section vi and chapter note 3 to chapter 33 in support of the contentions advanced. apart from relying on the aforesaid provisions of the act, shri panda has submitted before the court that an elaborate market survey of the product undertaken had indicated that coconut oil in smaller packages are understood in the market and purchased as hair oil ..... by military personnel who are posted in high-altitude areas. in commissioner of central excise, calcutta v. sharma chemical works (2003) 5 scc60 this court held that in interpreting provisions of a statute like the excise act, the popular meaning as understood by the users should be applied and not the scientific or technical meaning.49. as held in jain exports pvt .....

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Apr 16 2018 (SC)

m.p.power Generation co.ltd.. And Anr Vs. Ansaldo Energia Spa and Anr

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-16-2018

..... the adjudicatory authority is so deeply embedded in our jurisprudence that it can be described as a fundamental policy of indian law. this court further 3 4 (2008) 13 scc80(2014) 9 scc26324 observed that the award of the arbitral tribunal is open to challenge when the arbitrators fail to ..... severable from the rest according to the said judgment (western geco ltd. (supra)).19. the limit of exercise of power by courts under section 34 of the act has been comprehensively dealt with by justice r.f. nariman in the case of associate builders v. delhi development authority5. lack of ..... 32 section 19 of the contract by relying upon illustration (b) therein. it will be useful to reproduce sections 18 and 19 of the indian contract act, 1872 which read as under: 18. "misrepresentation" defined "misrepresentation" means and includes- (1) the positive assertion, in a manner not warranted by ..... exhibit- hh to the statement of claim(damages for the wrongful breach of contract), the claimant preferred an application under section 34 of the act. the said application was dismissed by the learned additional district judge. the appeal filed by the claimant against the judgment of the learned additional ..... including the costs of the arbitration proceedings."5. 6. the petition filed by the board under section 34 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (for short the act ) was allowed by the learned 7th additional district judge, jabalpur and the award dated 23rd september, 2004 of the arbitral tribunal set .....

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Apr 16 2018 (SC)

m.p.power Generation co.ltd.. And Anr Vs. Ansaldo Energia Spa and Anr

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-16-2018

..... the adjudicatory authority is so deeply embedded in our jurisprudence that it can be described as a fundamental policy of indian law. this court further 3 4 (2008) 13 scc80(2014) 9 scc26324 observed that the award of the arbitral tribunal is open to challenge when the arbitrators fail to ..... severable from the rest according to the said judgment (western geco ltd. (supra)).19. the limit of exercise of power by courts under section 34 of the act has been comprehensively dealt with by justice r.f. nariman in the case of associate builders v. delhi development authority5. lack of ..... 32 section 19 of the contract by relying upon illustration (b) therein. it will be useful to reproduce sections 18 and 19 of the indian contract act, 1872 which read as under: 18. "misrepresentation" defined "misrepresentation" means and includes- (1) the positive assertion, in a manner not warranted by ..... exhibit- hh to the statement of claim(damages for the wrongful breach of contract), the claimant preferred an application under section 34 of the act. the said application was dismissed by the learned additional district judge. the appeal filed by the claimant against the judgment of the learned additional ..... including the costs of the arbitration proceedings."5. 6. the petition filed by the board under section 34 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (for short the act ) was allowed by the learned 7th additional district judge, jabalpur and the award dated 23rd september, 2004 of the arbitral tribunal set .....

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Sep 11 2018 (SC)

m.c.mehta Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-11-2018

..... number of colonies, farm-houses and mines were located in areas closed under the provisions of the plp act. one of the prominent violators was the applicant (kant enclave) which had violated the orders of this court of 14th may, 2008 (the decision of this court will be discussed a little later). the report also mentioned that there was large-scale illegal use of ..... this land is in contravention of the notification dated 18th august, 1992 issued under the ias. 2310/2008 etc. in w.p. (c) no.4677 of 1985 etc. page 1 of 81 provisions of the plp act, the forest (conservation) act, 1980 and decisions of this court.2. our answer to both the questions is in the affirmative. we have no doubt that land ..... a bench of three learned judges who dismissed the application by a judgment and order dated 14th may, 2008.21 the issue whether land closed by a notification issued under the provisions of the plp act was forest land was once again considered by this court and the decision rendered on 18th march, 2004 was specifically and categorically reiterated.115. we would have ..... the laws, rules and regulations which would necessarily include the notification issued under the provisions of the plp act. ias. 2310/2008 etc. in w.p. (c) no.4677 of 1985 etc. page 19 of 81 issues arising out of the orders passed by this court 31. in this background and context, it appears that some questions were raised by the financial commissioner .....

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Jan 31 2018 (HC)

Daiichi Sankyo Company Limited vs.malvinder Mohan Singh and Ors

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-31-2018

..... the scope of his powers under section 8 of the guardian and wards act. these acts cannot bind respondent no.5 and no award could be passed against respondent no.5. omp (efa) (comm) 6/2016 page 109 of 115 127. reference may be had to the judgment of the supreme court in ritesh agarwal vs. securities and exchange board of india (supra). that ..... reported online and was publically available. the petitioner had raised queries on the ongoing fda omp (efa) (comm) 6/2016 page 6 of 115 and doj investigation during february 2008 to may 2008. it is hence pleaded that it is manifest that the petitioner was fully aware about the pending investigations and its ramifications. further, it is stated by the respondent that ..... risk of regulatory liability was not low or immaterial. the arbitral tribunal noted the following subsequent events which as per the respondents could have alerted the petitioner. a. in july 2008, the doj filed a public motion to enforce subpoenas which made serious allegations against ranbaxy and which, daiichi's own witness recognised, could "destroy a company b. on 30 ..... ... respondents no.14 to 19 and respondent no.20 respectively.2. the controversy revolves around a share purchase and share subscription agreement (hereinafter referred to as spssa) dated 11.6.2008 whereby the petitioner agreed to purchase from the respondents their total stake in ranbaxy laboratories limited (hereinafter referred to as ranbaxy?) for a transaction valued at inr198billion (approximately 4.6 .....

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Dec 17 2018 (HC)

State Through Cbi vs.sajjan Kumar & Ors

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-17-2018

..... 293. in considering a situation where there was no evidence of any express agreement between the accused to do or cause to be done an illegal act, the supreme court, in mohammad usman mohammad hussain maniyar v. state of maharashtra (1981) 2 scc443 opined that for an offence under section 120b, the prosecution need ..... prosecutor, closure report was prepared and filed before the metropolitan crl.a. 1099/2013 & connected matters page 87 of 203 magistrate, patiala house courts, new delhi on 31-7-2008. it is further seen that before accepting the closure report, the magistrate issued summons to the complainant i.e. smt jagdish kaur number of ..... not re examine him. it may be recalled that even in the last status report filed by the riot cell (ex. dw15c) dated 31.07.2008 there is a reference to an affidavit of jasbir singh showing the involvement of sajjan kumar apparently this affidavit was filed before the ranganath mishra commission in ..... i.e. the statement dated 23rd may 2006 recorded by the cbi under section 161 cr pc (ex.pw-1/da), the statement dated 10th december 2008 recorded by the mm under section 164 cr pc (ex.pw-1/e), the supplementary statement dated 4th september 2009 (ex.pw-1/db), and the ..... report was sent to her but she did not file any protest petition. the closure report was finally accepted by the learned mm on 31st july 2008.106. mr. sibal submitted that the fir was re-registered with the cbi on 22nd november 2005 whereas the aforementioned closure report was filed on 14th .....

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Dec 17 2018 (HC)

Balwan Khokhar vs.cbi

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-17-2018

..... 293. in considering a situation where there was no evidence of any express agreement between the accused to do or cause to be done an illegal act, the supreme court, in mohammad usman mohammad hussain maniyar v. state of maharashtra (1981) 2 scc443 opined that for an offence under section 120b, the prosecution need ..... prosecutor, closure report was prepared and filed before the metropolitan crl.a. 1099/2013 & connected matters page 87 of 203 magistrate, patiala house courts, new delhi on 31-7-2008. it is further seen that before accepting the closure report, the magistrate issued summons to the complainant i.e. smt jagdish kaur number of ..... not re examine him. it may be recalled that even in the last status report filed by the riot cell (ex. dw15c) dated 31.07.2008 there is a reference to an affidavit of jasbir singh showing the involvement of sajjan kumar apparently this affidavit was filed before the ranganath mishra commission in ..... i.e. the statement dated 23rd may 2006 recorded by the cbi under section 161 cr pc (ex.pw-1/da), the statement dated 10th december 2008 recorded by the mm under section 164 cr pc (ex.pw-1/e), the supplementary statement dated 4th september 2009 (ex.pw-1/db), and the ..... report was sent to her but she did not file any protest petition. the closure report was finally accepted by the learned mm on 31st july 2008.106. mr. sibal submitted that the fir was re-registered with the cbi on 22nd november 2005 whereas the aforementioned closure report was filed on 14th .....

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Dec 17 2018 (HC)

Mahender Yadav vs.central Bureau of Investigation

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-17-2018

..... 293. in considering a situation where there was no evidence of any express agreement between the accused to do or cause to be done an illegal act, the supreme court, in mohammad usman mohammad hussain maniyar v. state of maharashtra (1981) 2 scc443 opined that for an offence under section 120b, the prosecution need ..... prosecutor, closure report was prepared and filed before the metropolitan crl.a. 1099/2013 & connected matters page 87 of 203 magistrate, patiala house courts, new delhi on 31-7-2008. it is further seen that before accepting the closure report, the magistrate issued summons to the complainant i.e. smt jagdish kaur number of ..... not re examine him. it may be recalled that even in the last status report filed by the riot cell (ex. dw15c) dated 31.07.2008 there is a reference to an affidavit of jasbir singh showing the involvement of sajjan kumar apparently this affidavit was filed before the ranganath mishra commission in ..... i.e. the statement dated 23rd may 2006 recorded by the cbi under section 161 cr pc (ex.pw-1/da), the statement dated 10th december 2008 recorded by the mm under section 164 cr pc (ex.pw-1/e), the supplementary statement dated 4th september 2009 (ex.pw-1/db), and the ..... report was sent to her but she did not file any protest petition. the closure report was finally accepted by the learned mm on 31st july 2008.106. mr. sibal submitted that the fir was re-registered with the cbi on 22nd november 2005 whereas the aforementioned closure report was filed on 14th .....

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