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Jun 08 1999 (HC)

Micro Labs Ltd., Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax (Assessment) an ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : (2001)166CTR(Kar)148; [2001]247ITR333(KAR); [2001]247ITR333(Karn); [2001]115TAXMAN27(Kar)

..... that section 64(2)(ii) seeks to discriminate against persons who have been searched, by differentiating them from persons who have not been searched and such differentiation has neither any rationale, nor any nexus to the object sought to be achieved, which is to mobilise resources and channelise funds into priority sectors of the economy and to afford an opportunity to ..... madras v. p. r. sriramulu, air 1996 sc 676, a large discretion in the legislature is recognised by courts in making such laws. it cannot be said that there isno rationale in differentiating between persons who have been searched on the basis of some information regarding concealment of income and persons who have not been searched. to find out whether the .....

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Jul 31 2008 (HC)

E. Shankar Reddy S/O. E. Nagi Reddy, Inspector of Police Vs. P. Ramase ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(6)ALT738

..... arise.8. sri j. sudheer, learned special government pleader appearing for the official respondents, contended that the government can change its stand as per the advise as well as the rationale of the situation. in this regard, he relied upon the judgment reported in p. nallammal v. state : 1999crilj3967 whereunder it was held as follows:7. union of india was made ..... were transferred and posted as sis (civil), whereas now a different stand is sought to be taken stating that the state government can take such a stand while accepting the rationale adopted by the tribunal, on advice.4. further, the legislative intendment was given effect to in the earlier judgment as it does not offend rule 15(c) of the special .....

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Sep 07 2001 (HC)

Superintending Engineer, Hcc-i, Cpwd, Hyd. Vs. Tekmalla Raja Sekhar an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(6)ALD64; 2001(6)ALT39

..... on jurisprudence, fifth edition at page 143, it is stated-pronouncements of law, which are not part of the ratio decidendi are classed as obiter dicta and are not authoritative. rationale and dicta tend to shade into each oilier. the former have law-quality and are binding on lower courts; dicta, too, have law quality but are not binding at all ..... by courts. indeed dicta of the house of lords or of judges who were masters of their fields, like lord blackburn, may often in practice enjoy greater prestige than the rationale of lesser judges.23. in cit v. sun engineering works (p) limited, dr. a.s. anand, j., (as the learned judge then was) stated the law in the following terms .....

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Oct 19 2001 (HC)

Commissioner of Endowments, Andhra Pradesh, Hyd. and anr. Vs. All Indi ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(6)ALD747; 2001(6)ALT539

..... by courts. indeed dicta of the house of lords or of judges who were masters of their fields, like lord blackburn, may often in practice enjoy greater prestige than the rationale of lesser judges.39. referring to quinn v. leathaim, (1990-1903) aer (rep.) 1, krishna kumar v. union of india, : (1991)illj191sc , commissioner of income tax v. sun engineering co ..... on jurisprudence, fifth edition at page 143, it is stated-pronouncements of law, which are not part of the ratio decidendi are classed as obiter dicta and are not authoritative. rationale and dicta tend to shade into each other. the former have law-quality and are binding on lower courts; dicta, too, have law quality but are not binding at all .....

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Jul 08 2003 (HC)

K. Ananda Reddy Vs. Appsc and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2003(6)ALD803; 2003(6)ALT614

..... government at this juncture regarding the vacancies that ought to have been filled through direct recruitment in various other categories of posts, we expect the government to act with due rationale and take up the recruitment process at the earliest after the surplus manpower is adjusted, if not already adjusted and in case, if it is already adjusted, notify the balance ..... the matter at length disposed of the o.a. nos. 7443 of 2000 and batch by a common order dated 21-11-2001 directing the government to act with due rationale and take up the recruitment process at the earliest after the surplus manpower is adjusted, if not already adjusted and in case, if it is already adjusted, notify the balance .....

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Apr 25 2001 (HC)

Pennar Paterson Limited Vs. State Bank of Hyderabad and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(3)ALT673; [2001]106CompCas338(AP); (2001)3CompLJ379(AP)

..... on jurisprudence, fifth edition at page 143, it is stated-pronouncements of law, which are not part of the ratio decidendi are classed as obiter dicta and are not authoritative. rationale and dicta tend to shade into each other. the former have law-quality and are binding on lower courts; dicta, too, have law-quality but are not binding at all ..... by courts. indeed dicta of the house of lords or of judges who were masters of their fields, like lord blackburn, may often in practice enjoy greater prestige than the rationale of lesser judges. 21. in c.i.t. v. sun engineering works (p) limited, : [1992]198itr297(sc) , dr. a.s. anand, j (as the learned judge then was) stated the .....

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May 22 1996 (HC)

Smt. Jaswanti Negi Vs. Life Insurance Corporation of India, Dehradun a ...

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : AIR1997All152

..... injuncting the employees to carry on the business as insurance agents or allowing any member of their family to take up that business. nothing but the public interest is the rationale behind the proviso to regulation 29 of the regulations of 1960. if the parties lied up with matrimonial bonds, are permitted to continue to take up the business of insurance ..... agency under regulation 17(1) on the ground of petitioner's marriage with an employee of the insurance corporation is a reasonable step compatible to the public interest and the rationale of the proviso to regulation 29 of the regulations of 1960.13. for the reasons, the writ petition fails and is dismissed. the stay order dated 12-11-1987 is .....

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Apr 25 1980 (HC)

Paradise Printers, Chandigarh and ors. Vs. the Union Territory, Chandi ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1981P& H30

..... larger number of persons running printing presses would be able to carry on their business in the industrial area to cater to the needs of chandigarh town. there is a rationale in revising the policy to this extent and is fully saved by the dictum of the supreme court in ramana dayaram shetty's case (air 1979 sc 1628)(supra). therefore ..... a month or so, we have no doubt that the petitioners would have been asked to pay at the rate of rs. 15/- per square yard. therefore, there is no rationale in demanding higher price from the petitioners and this action is clearly arbitrary, in view of the observation quoted above from ramana dayaram shetty's case (air 1979 sc 1628 .....

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Apr 18 2006 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) and ors. Vs. S.S. Bawa and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2006)143PLR590

..... airways. in this modern age of computerization, even otherwise, journeys by airlines, even belonging to private companies, can be very well verified. we are at a loss to understand the rationale of denying ltc concession on the ground that journeys undertaken by private airlines are not recognized. is govt. of india trying to promote monopoly of an airline which is called ..... . once it is accepted that private airlines are offering same quality of service, if not better service than the national airlines and at more competitive fares, there would be no rationale in limiting the air travel of the employees to national carriers. in our opinion, such a clause would be clearly violative of article 14 of the constitution of india. there .....

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May 08 1985 (SC)

Dr. P. Nalla Thampy Terah Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1985SC1133; 1985(1)SCALE1148; 1985Supp(1)SCC189; [1985]Supp1SCR622

..... candidate and the expenditure incurred by it on general party prepaid ganda, the latter not being includible in the return of election expenses which the candidate has to file. the rationale of that decision, though not expressed in so many words, is that by reason of the important position which political parties occupy in the democratic set up, they are entitled ..... and well financed it may be, and no individual or political party should be able to secure an advantage over others by reason of its superior financial strength. (2) the rationale of imposing a limit on expenditure incurred or authorised by a candidate in an election is to eliminate, as far as possible, the pernicious influence of big money in the .....

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