Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Dec-13-2013
..... valid piece of legislation. 15.1 in the case of anuj garg vs. hotel association of india (supra), the question before the supreme court was whether section 30 of the punjab excise act, 1914, which is a pre-constitution legislation, prohibiting employment of "any man under the age of 25 years" or "any woman" in any part of such premises in which ..... terminated on first pregnancy. the court after considering various us supreme court judgments regarding pregnant women held that the observations made therein would apply to the domestic cases. 12. in municipal corporation of delhi v. female workers (muster roll) and anr. [(2000) 3 scc 224], the short question which was to be decided by this court was whether having regard to ..... power and attaining economic independence though various other constitutional amendments have been introduced providing reservation of seats to women in public life, such as election of women to panchayats and municipalities and for other local bodies. [h]. the basis for the provisions of reservation of 1/3rd seats is found in the convention no. 89 of the international labour organization to ..... against women held that the provisions of the same must be read into the service contracts of municipal corporation. 13. in madhu kishwar and ors. v. state of bihar and ors. [(1996) 5 scc 125], challenge was made to certain provisions of chotanagpur tenancy act, 1908 providing succession to property in the male line in favour of the male on the premise .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Dec-26-2013
..... " appeal before a "third" judicial forum. in this connection, a reference may be made to the judgment of the honourable supreme court in municipal corporation of brihanmumbai v. state bank of india, air 1999 sc 380 which interpreted section 100a of the code of civilprocedure, 1908 after its insertion by ..... class 2 of the classification of the master of the rolls. in these circumstances it seems to us that the order of the high court of punjab that a writ of certiorari' could not issue to the respondent quashing the order of the 13th may 1950 was right. we are further of the ..... sense that the writs originate in the high court. (see reghunath keshav khadilkar v. pouna municipality, air 1945 bombay 7) in our opinion, while considering the scope of appeal under clause 15 of the letters patent act, what is necessary to be taken into consideration is the order of the learned single judge passed ..... other jurisdiction and it is in this sense that the expression 'original jurisdiction' is used in s.110, govt. of india act." orders in his 'commentary on the common law of england'(1911, page 1020) states as follows: "even among courts of record a distinction came to be recognized as soon as the ..... proceedings. if there is power to act, but the power is abused (as by breach of natural justice or error on the face of the record), certiorari will quash and mandamus may issue simultaneously to require a proper rehearing. an example is board of education v. rice (1911) ac 179 cited elsewhere; the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Decided on : Jan-08-2013
..... and others vs. saroj kumar sinha reported at [(2010) 2 scc 772], (ii) in decision rendered by the honourable the supreme court in case of rasiklal vaghajibhai patel vs. ahmedabad municipal corporation and another, (iii) in case of krushnakant b. parmar vs union of india and others reported in [2012 (3) scc 178], (iv) in case of roop singh negi vs ..... singh reported in [(2010) 4 scc 491], (xx) in case of haryana financial corporation vs. kailash chandra ahuja reported in [(2008) 9 scc 31], (xxi) in case of state of punjab vs. amar singh harika reported in air 1966 sc 1313, (xxii) in case of kashinath dikshita vs. union of india reported in [(1986) 3 scc 229], (xxiii) in case of ..... . punjab national bank and others reported in [(2009) 2 scc 570], (v) in case of m.j.ninama vs. post master general reported in 1984 glh 800, (vi) in case of ..... , also is not supported from the facts and material on record. in the facts of this case, i find that the inquiry officer as well as disciplinary authority, both have acted in accordance with the rules and in due compliance of the principle of natural justice. i see no force in any of the contentions raised by the petitioner. so far .....Tag this Judgment!