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Jan 09 1995 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Shadi Lal Puri

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-09-1995

Reported in : (1995)125CTR(P& H)300

r.p. sethi, j.1. through the medium of this writ petition (sic), the revenue has prayed for issuance of a direction to the income-tax appellate tribunal, requiring it to state the case and refer the same to this court in terms of the prayer made in the application filed under sub-section (1) of section 256 of the income-tax act, 1961. the appellate tribunal, vide its order dated august 1, 1990, had accepted the appeal of the assessee and set aside the order of assessment, holding that no case was made out for addition of a sum of rs. 97,746 as had been done by the income-tax authorities. it is submitted that the questions of law, formulated in the present petition are such questions of law, which are required to be referred to this court for adjudication. in support of his submissions, learned counsel for the petitioner has relied upon the decision in cit v. s. p. jain : [1973]87itr370(sc) .2. the jurisdiction of the high court can be invoked under section 256 of the income-tax act for interpretation of any provision of the statute or for settlement of a legal controversy, not adjudicated earlier. the jurisdiction conferred upon this court is purely advisory and was never intended to secure general interpretation or guidance than to grant relief in any particular case. while exercising such jurisdiction, the high court neither acts as a court of appeal, nor as a revisional court. the supreme court in c. vasantlal and co. v. cit : [1962]45itr206(sc) has held that the .....

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Mar 15 1995 (HC)

Smt. Sona Vs. Karambir Son of Hira Nand

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-15-1995

Reported in : (1995)110PLR24

sarojnei saksena, j.1. appellant wife has filed this appeal under section 28 of the hindu marriage act (in short the act) assailing the decree of divorce granted against her under section 13 of the act.2. admittedly appellant was married with the respondent on 30.5.1980 at village mori, tehsil charkhi dadri according to hindu rites. after marriage the appellant lived with the respondent-husband in his village gahli.3. the respondent-husband contended that after the marriage the appellant lived with him only for 3/4 days. during her stay he came to know that she is of unsound mind. once she poured lassi on the ground and them tried to smear it on her head. she could neither bear clothes properly nor could look after any household chore. she used to laugh or weep without any rhyme or reason. thus he was convinced that her unsoundness of mind is incurable. when this fact was brought to the notice of appellant's father he told him that he (respondent) is at liberty to remarry because the appellant is of unsound mind. earlier on 2.2.1989 he filed petition for divorce but it was withdrawn due to a compromise arrived at between the parties that she will be examined by medical board of rohtak and they will act according to their opinion. thereafter she was examined by a medical board of three doctors of medical college and hospital rohtak. they admitted her in psychiatric ward for a couple of days for observation and finally opined that she is a lady of mental retardation. .....

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Jul 19 1995 (HC)

Basant Kaur and anr. Vs. Gajinder Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-19-1995

Reported in : (1995)111PLR505

ashok bhan, j. 1. plaintiff harjinder singh alias goldi (now deceased) and mohinder singh both sons of jawahar singh filed a suit for recovery of rs. 8,00,000/- for injuries caused to them by the defendants on 2.9.1986. kirpal singh defendant had been convicted under section 307, i.p.c. gajinder singh and kamaljit singh were acquitted by the sessions judge giving them the benefit of doubt. suit was filed on 31.8.1988. damages were claimed on account of medical expenses, for bodily injuries physical and mental torture the details of which are as under :-(i) medical expenses. rs. 1,50,000/-(ii) physical injuries & torture rs. 4,00,000/-(iii) mental torture & pains rs. 2,00,000/-(iv) loss in business and efficiency of the plaintiffs. rs. 50,000/-total:- rs. 8,00,000/- in the plaint it has been stated that the plaintiffs were unable to do any work as they had become mentally weak and they will have to remain dependent for whole of their life as all of their works are being looked after by their father jawahar singh. issues were framed. evidence was led by the plaintiffs. 2. harjinder singh alias goldi died on 11.1.1993 during the pendency of the suit. basant kaur widow of harjinder singh filed an application on 27.1.1993 under order 22 rule 3 c.p.c. for being impleaded as the legal representatives of the deceased (hereinafter referred to as the petitioners). this application has been rejected by the trial court by the impugned order dated 26.7.1994 on the ground that no cause of .....

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Dec 06 1995 (HC)

Yakub and anr. Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-06-1995

Reported in : 1996CriLJ2369

s.c. malte, j.1. this appeal is against the conviction and sentence of these two appellants under section 302 read with section 34, i.p.c.2. the prosecution case as spelt out from the record, can be briefly summarised as follows :-appellant 2 ilias was the father of child ayub, the deceased. appellant 1 yakub is the brother of appellant 2. the house of these two appellants are situated adjacent to each other. appellant ilias married pw- 1 akbari. ilias and akbari were blessed with a son tayub. when tayub was 25 days old, appellant 2 ilias turned out akbari from his house. akbari with her child tayub, therefore, came to her parents' house. thereafter efforts were made to bring about cohabitation of the couple. during that period appellant ilias is said to have raised the issue of a dowry of rs. 8,000/-. however, on the persuation by the respectable persons, the couple settled to live in the matrimonial home. thereupon pw-1 akbari started staying with her husband ilias (appellant 2). in the background of these events, tayub was found dead. but that incident had been suppressed by persuading akbari that the matter pertains to the family, and that ilias would properly behave henceforth. after the death of tayub, akbari came to her parents' house. some period elapsed thereafter. then the couple was blessed with a second son ayub whose death in this case has given rise to the present case.3. child ayub was 2 years old when akbari with her child had come to the village of the .....

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