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Dec 20 2013 (HC)

Commissioner of Central Excise Vs. Customs Excise and Service Tax Appe ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-20-2013

..... of such inputs for such use shall not be taken into account for the purposes of calculating the aggregate value of clearances under this notification. there appears to be a rationale behind this explanation; firstly, when the value of the finished goods, which are exempted under different notifications, is to be excluded, having regard to the wording of explanation ii, on ..... the purposes of availing exemption under the notification.".23. applying the said decision to the present notification no.69 of 1999 dated 03.12.1997, one may note that the rationale behind the insertion is that when the specified goods are chargeable to nil rate of duty or exempted under any notification, as the case may be, the specified goods used .....

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Jun 17 2013 (HC)

Indian Overseas Bank Vs. C.R.Chandrasekaran

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-17-2013

..... scheme or the pension scheme could not be struck down by applying the ratio of nakara case (cited supra), as the fixation of cut-off date was based on a rationale principle and that the persons covered by the provident fund scheme and those covered by the pension scheme did not form a homogeneous class so that the basis for applying ..... be achieved. legalistically, the test for a valid classification may be summarized as, a distinction based on a classification founded on an intelligible differentia, which has a rationale relationship with the object sought to be achieved. whenever a cut off date (as in the present controversy) is fixed to categorise one set of pensioners for favourable consideration over ..... be achieved by the just objective presupposes, the choice of some for differential consideration/treatment, over others. a classification to be valid must necessarily satisfy two tests. firstly, the distinguishing rationale has to be based on a just objective. and secondly, the choice of differentiating one set of persons from another, must have a reasonable nexus to the objectives sought to .....

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Jul 04 2013 (HC)

D.Thomas Franco Rajendra Dev Vs. Disciplinary Authority and Circle Dev ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-04-2013

..... the board members by the government of india. thus, if the charge memo was closed that the conduct of holding demonstration was not a misconduct, we fail to understand any rationale for making such allegation on misconduct to the other participants, particularly the appellants herein. there is absolutely no explanation to that, except to say that exonerating one person, however, would .....

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Mar 22 2013 (HC)

Lakshmi Mohan Vs. Airtech Projects Engineers Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-22-2013

..... court. pointing out the difference in the valuation reports dated 14.10.2008 and 12.11.2008 respectively, particularly as to the seal of the valuer found, he questioned the rationale behind making two reports by the self-same valuer. while the seal as found in the valuation report dated 14.10.2008 contains the valuation number etc., the seal found .....

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Jun 12 2013 (HC)

Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd Vs. Chandra

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-12-2013

..... future prospects .15. in (2012) 6 scc421(santosh devi v. national insurance co. ltd. and others), it was held as under:- ".14. we find it extremely difficult to fathom any rationale for the observation made in para 24 of the judgment in sarla verma case, (2009) 6 scc121that where the deceased was self-employed or was on a fixed salary without .....

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Apr 04 2013 (HC)

V.G.Ravichandran Vs. Secretary to the Government

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-04-2013

..... be routed through the office manager and the administrative officer and the deciding authority for the purchase/procurement is only the principal. on the aforesaid circumstances i could find no rationale in fixing the liability so as to make major delinquency against the petitioner, since he was only the store-keeper under the respondents.13. though the enquiry officer has given .....

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Feb 08 2013 (HC)

Retnabai Vs. Belarmine Joseph

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-08-2013

..... that a discretion has been vested in the civil court to get any scientific investigation conducted only if it thinks necessary or expedient in the interest of justice. the basic rationale of the provision is that if the opinion of the scientific investigation is going to help in extracting the truth and determining the controversy raised in the dispute before the ..... 45 and 46 of the indian evidence act, 1872 but in the present case that has to be read with order 26. rule 10 a of the code. the basis rationale is whether such scientific investigation is going to advance the cause of justice and would be necessary for adjudicating upon the rights of the parties. therefore, i do not find .....

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Oct 24 2013 (HC)

Chelladurai Alias Alex Vs. State Rep. by

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-24-2013

..... is applicable only if the confessional statement leads to the discovery of some new fact. the rationale behind section 27 of the evidence act is, that the facts in question would have remained unknown but for the disclosure of the same by the accused. the discovery of ..... statement made to a police officer or while an accused is in police custody, can be proved against him, if the same leads to the discovery of unknown fact. the rationale of sections 25 and 26 of the evidence act, is that police may procure a confession by coercion or threat. the exception postulated under section 27 of the evidence act .....

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Apr 12 2013 (HC)

Kamakshiamman Coop Spinning Mills Vs. Kakkera Brothers

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-12-2013

..... second thought in the matter. having recorded such conclusions, inexplicably, the high court proceeds to condone the unconscionable delay.26. we are at a loss to fathom any logic or rationale, which could have impelled the high court to condone the delay after holding the same to be unjustifiable. the concepts such as liberal approach, justice oriented approach, substantial justice cannot .....

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Sep 23 2013 (HC)

S.Daisy Rani Vs. Chairman of Teachers Recruitment Board

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-23-2013

..... (2008) 5 mlj1252held in a passage in paragraph 13 that the public employment shall be made only by way of selection based on written examination or interview or some other rationale criteria for judging the inter se merit of candidates who have applied in response to the advertisement made relying on and extracting the following passage from the judgment of the .....

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