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Sep 05 2014 (HC)

Murugan Vs. S.P.Selvaraj

Court : Chennai

..... deputy collector for land acquisition, west madras and another].has held that the classification sought to be made between persons whose lands are acquired for other public purposes has no rationale to the object sought to be achieved. there also the hon'ble supreme court was pleased to hold that article 14 is violative when similarly placed persons are treated differently .....

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Sep 10 2014 (HC)

The Secretary Vs. the Secretary to Government

Court : Chennai

..... deputy collector for land acquisition, west madras and another].has held that the classification sought to be made between persons whose lands are acquired for other public purposes has no rationale to the object sought to be achieved. there also the hon'ble supreme court was pleased to hold that article 14 is violative when similarly placed persons are treated differently .....

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Apr 05 2016 (HC)

A. Akthar Hussain and Others Vs. K. Pappireddiyar and Others

Court : Chennai

..... [1993 supp (4) scc 707]. 4.referring to and relying on clause 2(m) of the statement of objects and reasons of the sarfaesi act, he would submit that the rationale behind section 31(i), ibid, is only to exempt security interest in the agricultural land and hence, the said provision cannot be given a meaning to contend that the nature .....

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Dec 12 2011 (HC)

inside Cpcl Campus Vs. Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited

Court : Chennai

..... , the respondent has stated as follows: .... we have initiated our dialogue with the various collectives, including the officers' association. the officers' association is being persuaded to understand and appreciate the rationale and the justification for the implementation of the 48 hours per week working schedule. we will keep you informed of further developments in this matter. the respondent kept quiet for .....

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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

Tata Sky Limited, Mumbai and Others Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu Throug ...

Court : Chennai

..... principles of pith and substance. the fact that the decision was given prior to the introduction of the service tax, does not, in any manner, lose its significance on the rationale of the decision, namely, the emphasis on the theory of pith and substance. even though entry 92c list i vii schedule to the constitution of india might not have been .....

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Feb 18 2014 (HC)

icici Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. V.Prakash

Court : Chennai

..... scc421 has varied slightly from the findings in sarala varma s case with regard to future prospects and held as follows:- ".14. we find it extremely difficult to fathom any rationale for the observation made in paragraph 24 of the judgment in sarla verma s case that where the deceased was self-employed or was on a fixed salary without provision .....

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Feb 23 2015 (HC)

Saravanan Vs. State of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... 9th standard discontinued candidate and as such, the services of the petitioner cannot be utillised in the corporation; furthermore, the government has also banned the appointment of employees as a rationale measure and as such, the petitioner cannot be given alternate employment. he would also submit that no discrimination among the employees had taken place as alleged by the petitioner and ..... is only a 9th standard discontinued candidate and as such, his services cannot be utilized in the corporation. furthermore, the government has also banned the appointment of employees as a rationale measure and the petitioner cannot be given alternate employment as of now. 4d. the respondent corporation would also state that the action taken by them is neither contrary to law .....

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Jan 09 2003 (HC)

C. Damodarasamy Vs. Government of India Rep. by Its Secretary, Ministr ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2003(97)FLR655]; (2003)IILLJ469Mad

..... is contended that pension rules are arbitrary and irrational, inasmuch as they prescribe 1.11.93 as crucial date under rule 33, while dealing with compassionate allowance. there is no rationale behind the choice of the aforesaid date since all employees dismissed/removed, etc., before or after that date belong to the same class and there is no difference between them ..... on or before december 31, 1985 of the benefit of the pension scheme but for reasons stated above it was not practicable to extend the benefit to such retirees. the rationale for fixing the cut-off date as january 1, 1986 was the same as in the case of central government employees based on the recommendation of the fourth central pay .....

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Mar 05 1981 (HC)

Venkatakrishna Rice Company Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [1987]163ITR129(Mad)

..... to assess the total income of the association of person as a unit. 6. mr. s. swaminathan, learned counsel for the assessee-firm, advanced another plausible consideration as being the rationale behind ruling of the court in this regard. he submitted that association of persons is an abstraction and it merely represents and denotes a group of persons who join together ..... decision of andhra pradesh and calcutta high courts, vide ito v. khalid mehdi khan : [1977]110itr79(ap) and hindustanv mills stores supply company v. cit : [1979]116itr681(cal) . 5. the rationale behind the view of courts is variously described. it is sometimes said that an association of persons and a member of such an association are two distinct entities. it is .....

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Sep 17 1993 (HC)

Asstt. Director of Revenue Intelligence, Mad. Vs. Abdul Rasheed

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1994(69)ELT636(Mad)

..... story as a result of deliberation and consultation. it is therefore essential that the delay in the lodging of the first information report should be satisfactorily explained.' following the said rationale held by the apex court, a division bench of this court, in in re karunakaran , has held, that several important documents which came into existence during the course of investigation ..... law, an accused under the n.d.p.s. act is to be allowed to go on bail. in the instant case, if the above principle of law and the rationale is to be applied, it is manifestly clear, that the learned sessions judge, has not adverted his mind to the above said aspect at all, while enlarging the petitioner on .....

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