Court : Guwahati
Decided on : Jul-15-1987
..... rule must be observed in its proper spirit and mere pretence of compliance with it would not satisfy the requirement of law.'25. tarachand v. delhi municipality, air 1977 sc 567, may be next adverted to. that case had dealt with the dismissal of the appellant. one of the contentions advanced ..... : mahabir prasad v. state of u.p. air 1972 sc 1302; travancore rayon v. union of india, air 1971 sc 862 and state of punjab v. bhakhtawar singh, air 1972 sc 2083. mahabir prasad disclosed a disturbing state of affairs as the licence of the appellant had been cancelled without giving ..... aside the impugned order. it would, however, be open to the respondents to initiate action as contemplated by rule 14 (supra) and thereafter to act in accordance with law.34. before parting, i have a, small observation to make and the same is relatableto the question whether any alternative sitehas ..... premature to conclude that these situations exhaust the circumstances in which an implied duty to give reasons may be imposed. both the pervasive duty to act fairly and the expressed duty to give reasons imposed upon many tribunals may persuade the courts to develop the existing case law.'in this context ..... importance is being given, of late, to the preservation of forest wealth. it is because of this that while amending the constitution by 42nd amendment act, 1976, a new article 48a was inserted stating that the state shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and safeguard the forest and wildlife of .....Tag this Judgment!