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Dec 09 1993 (SC)

Employees' State Insurance Corporation and Ors. Vs. Gunvantri Umedrai ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1993

Reported in : (1996)ILLJ484SC

..... benefits were concerned. the tribunal, therefore, was not in any manner wrong in the view it took. the tribunal also came to the conclusion that in the absence of any rationale, insurance inspectors senior to the deputy managers/managers, grade ii could not be placed at a disadvantage and, therefore, their salaries had to be stepped up. we are, therefore, of ..... was that there was no material on record from which the rationale could be discerned. be that as it may, the fact remains that the extra amount was throughout treated as special pay by the corporation. rule 3(2)(b)(i) which ..... same expression is used for the payment of an extra amount of rs 50 to officers working as deputy managers/managers, grade ii. we tried to ascertain from counsel the rationale for grant of this extra amount of rs 50 per month to officers holding the aforesaid two posts but he was unable to enlighten us in that behalf. his difficulty .....

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Mar 01 1993 (HC)

Appropriate Authority Vs. Mass Traders Private Ltd.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-01-1993

Reported in : (1993)111CTR(Kar)294; ILR1993KAR1018

..... point. the majority of the house of lords in ridge v. baldwin 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 duty to act reasonably, it has to be enforced as an implied statutory .....

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Nov 29 1993 (HC)

Laxmi Ginning and Oil Mills Vs. the Regional Director, Employees State ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-29-1993

Reported in : (1993)105PLR327

..... or connected with the decortication of groundnuts.'4. it was accordingly held that decortication of groundnuts and extraction of groundnuts were two separate and independent processes. respectfully agreeing with this rationale and keeping in view the fact that the appellants here are exclusively engaged in decortication of groundnuts, they clearly do not come within the ambit of 'seasonal factory' and are .....

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Sep 21 1993 (HC)

Duraisingan and Senthil Vs. State, Inspector of Police, Madras

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-21-1993

Reported in : 1994(71)ELT641(Mad)

..... . for this reason only, i am totally unable to persuade myself to countenance the very persuasive argument of mr. christopher, learned counsel for the petitioner. 15. thus, for the above rationale of the legal position clearly enunciated and available, and after having considered the same by importing into the facts of the instant case, i am of the view that informing .....

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Feb 10 1993 (SC)

R.C. Poudyal and ors. Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-10-1993

Reported in : AIR1993SC1804; JT1993(2)SC1; 1993(1)SCALE489; 1994Supp(1)SCC324; [1993]1SCR891

..... under authority of other provisions of the constitution such as those in article 332 or clause (f) of article 371f which latter is a special provision for sikkim.60. the rationale and constitutionality of clause (f) and the other provisions of the electoral laws impugned in these petitions are sought to be justified by the respondents on grounds that first, a .....

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Apr 27 1993 (HC)

Oriental Hotels Ltd. Vs. Inspecting Assistant Commissioner of Income T ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-27-1993

Reported in : (1993)46TTJ(Mad)685

..... time being approved by the central government for purposes of s. 33 of the act. as we see it, the said reference to s. 33 has a limited role and rationale, namely, to identify the conditions which a hotel must satisfy in order to be eligible to the benefit of extra depreciation allowance. the reference to s. 33 contained in item .....

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Jan 11 1993 (SC)

S.V. Chandra Pandian and ors. Vs. S.V. Sivalinga Nadar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-11-1993

Reported in : 1993(1)ARBLR386(SC); 1993(41)BLJR543; [1995]212ITR592(SC); JT1993(1)SC278; (1993)1MLJ41(SC); 1993(1)SCALE141; (1993)1SCC589; [1993]1SCR58

..... satisfied with the hearing given by the arbitrators. he was also by and large satisfied with the proposed award but thought it warranted certain adjustments to make it acceptable and rationale. he was of the view that the award should provide for the reallocation of the shareholdings of madras vanaspati ltd., whereas brahmaksthi tin factory owned by his sons should be .....

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Apr 21 1993 (HC)

K. Gopalakrishnan Vs. Central Board of Direct Taxes and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-21-1993

Reported in : (1994)118CTR(Mad)396; [1994]206ITR183(Mad)

..... social change' and for attaining 'commanding heights of the economy' in keeping with our national aim of a welfare state and a socialist economy. unfortunately, in spite of a strong rationale for setting up and promoting the public sector in the national economy, it has not so far fully justified the legitimate expectation and a large number of public sector undertakings .....

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Jun 01 1993 (FN)

Fcc Vs. Beach Communications, Inc.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-01-1993

..... existence of a prior administrative scheme is certainly not necessary to the rationality of the statute, it is plausible that congress also adopted the fcc's earlier rationale. under that rationale, common ownership was thought to be indicative of those systems for which the costs of regulation would outweigh the benefits to consumers. because the number of subscribers ..... the unequal treatment." united states railroad retirement ed. v. fritz, 449 u. s. 166 , 180 (1980) (stevens, j., concurring in judgment). in my view, when the actual rationale for the legislative classification is unclear, we should inquire whether the classification is rationally related to "a legitimate purpose that we may reasonably presume to have motivated an impartiallegislature." id ..... 1 , 15 (1992) (equal protection "does not demand for purposes of rational-basis review that a legislature or governing decisionmaker actually articulate at any time the purpose or rationale supporting its classification"). in other words, a legislative choice is not subject to courtroom factfinding and may be based on rational speculation unsupported by evidence or empirical data. see ..... one suffices. first, congress borrowed 602(7)(b) from the fcc's pre-act regulations, and, thus, it is plausible that congress also adopted the fcc's rationale, which was that common ownership was indicative of systems for which the costs of regulation would outweigh the benefits to consumers. a legislator might rationally assume that such systems .....

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Nov 03 1993 (FN)

Liteky Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-03-1993

..... connotation of the term "bias or prejudice" in 144 and 455(b)(1) and the converse of the term "impartiality" in 455(a). ante, at 550, 552-553. this rationale, as the court acknowledges, does not amount to much. it is beyond dispute that challenged opinions or predispositions arising from outside the courtroom need not be disqualifying. see, e. g ..... rule providing that bias must arise from an extrajudicial source and one providing that judicial rulings alone cannot sustain a challenge for bias. grinnell, therefore, provides a less than satisfactory rationale for reading the extrajudicial source doctrine into 144 or the disqualification statutes at issue here. it should come as little surprise, then, that the court does not enlist grinnell to ..... extrajudicial source interpretive doctrine, under which the source of an alleged deep-seated predisposition is a primary factor in the analysis. the court's candid struggle to find a persuasive rationale for this approach demonstrates that prior attempts along those lines have fallen 559 somewhat short of the mark. this, i submit, is due to the fact that the doctrine crept ..... oust a judge because of adverse rulings made, ... but to prevent his future action in the pending cause," 230 u. s., at 44. in our view, the proper (though unexpressed) rationale for grinnell, and the basis of the modern "extrajudicial source" doctrine, is not the statutory term "personal"-for several reasons. first and foremost, that explanation is simply not the semantic .....

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