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Feb 14 2020 (HC)

Sambhram Charitable Trust Vs. Union of India

Court : Karnataka

..... . s.n. maity reported in air2015sc1008 held at paragraphs 22 and 23 as under:22. we will be failing in our duty, inter alia, if we do not state the rationale behind that direction. it is as follows: xxx xxx 120 xxx xxx 11. the learned counsel for the respondents further submitted that the appellant had not presented his case or .....

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Dec 20 2019 (HC)

Sri Vishwanath H M Vs. Government of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

..... of overcoming these inequalities is reservations for the scs and sts in the legislatures and state services. therefore, for the members of the constituent assembly who supported reservations, a key rationale for incorporating reservations for scs and sts in the constitution was the existence of inequalities in society based on discrimination and prejudice within the caste structure. this is evidenced by .....

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Dec 06 2019 (HC)

M/S T T K Prestige Ltd Vs. The Union of India Reptd by Its Finance Sec ...

Court : Karnataka

..... , transport services for workers and staff and canteen services in an office or factory will be outside the tax net. explanatory memorandum explaining the provisions of the finance bill. the rationale for levying a fringe benefit tax on the employer lies in the inherent difficulty in isolating the personal element where there is collective enjoyment of such benefits and attributing the .....

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Dec 02 2019 (HC)

Rahul Dev Mandal @ Rahul vs.state

Court : Delhi

..... , in satish kumar jayanti lal dabgar vs. state of gujarat reported as (2015) 7 scc359 it was held as under:-" 15. the legislature has introduced the aforesaid provision with sound rationale and there is an important objective behind such a provision. it is considered that a minor is incapable of thinking rationally and giving any consent. for this reason, whether it .....

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Nov 29 2019 (HC)

Shambhu Sharma and Ors. Vs.high Court of Delhi Thr. Its Registrar Gen ...

Court : Delhi

..... side by order dated 22nd january, 2018 disposed of the aforementioned ia and a notification was brought out to that effect on 31st january, 2018.33. whatever may be the rationale for the grant of the slightly difference rates of washing allowance it is seen that there is not too much of a disparity in the rates.34. having heard ms .....

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Nov 27 2019 (HC)

Gail Gas Ltd. Vs.palak Construction Pvt Ltd.

Court : Delhi

..... dependent on the construction of the contract or to be determined within the award. the ambiguity of the award can, in such cases, be resolved by admitting extrinsic evidence. the rationale of this rule is that the nature of the dispute is something which has to be determined outside and independent of what appears in the award. such a jurisdictional error .....

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Nov 26 2019 (HC)

Mep Infrastructure Developers Ltd vs.sdmc and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... of the house of lords in ridge v. baldwin [(1978) 1 scc248 held that the non- observance of this principle, had rendered the dismissal of the chief constable void. the rationale of the majority view is that where there is a duty to act fairly, just like the w.p. (c) 12483/2019 page 7 of 10 duty to act reasonably .....

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Nov 25 2019 (HC)

Anurag Sanghi vs.state & Ors

Court : Delhi

..... page 13 of 20 purposes of classification of the offences for the purposes of part ii of the first schedule of the cr.p.c.23. by applying the aforesaid rationale, there can be no doubt that the offence under section 63 of copyright act would be a cognizable offence since such offence is punishable with the term of that may .....

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Nov 19 2019 (HC)

M/S Vashisht Infratech Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. Vs.state & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... , the hon ble supreme court has held that in respect of offences against society, it is the duty of the state to punish the offender. in consequence, deterrence provides a rationale for punishing the offender. hence, even when there is a settlement, the view of the offender and victim will not prevail since it is in the interest of society that .....

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Nov 14 2019 (HC)

Ananda d.v. Vs.state & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... respect w.p.(crl. 2382/2019 page 9 of 13 of offences against society, it is the duty of the state to punish the offender. in consequence, deterrence provides a rationale for punishing the offender. hence, even when there is a settlement, the view of the offender and victim will not prevail since it is in the interest of society that .....

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