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Mar 29 2012 (HC)

The Correspondent Cum Manager Vs. the Director of School Education.

Court : Chennai

..... before passing the impugned order by the 3rd respondent. it is needless to say that neither the district collector nor the tamil nadu state commission for women are the competent authorities to take action against the petitioner under the tamil nadu recognised private school (regulation) act. if the 3rd respondent is contemplating any action, he should certainly follow the due process of law and only after ..... same has been passed to protect the interest of the staff members.8.the learned counsel for the 4th respondent submitted that insofar as the petitioner's school is concerned tamil nadu minority schools (recognition and payment of grant) rules, 1977 only applies and as per the rule 5 of the said rules, the third respondent is empowered to make direct ..... the 4th respondent has relied on a decision reported in 2008(3) lw 438 in the matter of senaithalaivar higher secondary school v. the government of tamil nadu and others to say that the minority have no right to insist payment of salary of only by themselves.9.heard the learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner as well as learned ..... of natural justice is also without jurisdiction. the learned senior counsel in support of his contention that the government cannot interfere within the administration of the minority institution, relied on a decision reported in 2010(8) scc 49 in the matter of sindhi education society vs. government (nct of delhi).7.per contra, the learned additional government pleader appearing for .....

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Jul 09 2013 (HC)

Abdul Sathar Vs. Prl Secretary to Government

Court : Chennai

..... the acting chief justice to consider to constitute a division bench to answer the following questions:- (1) whether the principles stated in para 41 of rajesh das, i.p.s., v. tamil nadu state human rights commission, 2010 (5) ctc589case are good in law?. or (2) whether the principles stated in t.vijayakumar v. madhavi and state human rights commission, tamil nadu [w.p.(md) no.12316 ..... matter to a division bench to resolve the conflict between the views expressed in rajesh das, i.p.s., v. tamil nadu state human rights commission, 2010 (5) ctc589and t.vijayakumar v. madhavi and state human rights commission, tamil nadu [w.p.(md) no.12316 of 2010 dated 29.09.2010]..12. in view of the above, i direct the registry to place the papers before my lord, the hon'ble ..... and the government of tamil nadu is directed to pay the compensation at the first instance and to recover the same from out of the salary to be paid to respondent-1.2. out ..... , the commission held that the petitioner had violated human rights of poongan by illegally detaining and causing injuries and accordingly made the following recommendation:- 1. for the human rights violation committed by r.1 abdul sathar, h.c.301, he is liable to compensate a sum of rs.50,000/- [rupees fifty thousand only]. to the complaint poovarasu and her minor children .....

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May 12 2011 (HC)

Mr. Avinash S/O Mr. Suresh Vs. State of Karnataka, by Secretary to Gov ...

Court : Karnataka

..... of police, state human rights commission, etc. 6. the girl, who is present before us, submits that she was studying ii year puc (2010-11) in nmkrv college, jayanagar, bangalore, and on 4.2.2011 when she was going to the college, the petitioner, who is friend of her brother, kidnapped and took her to tamil nadu and she did ..... penal code is punishable under section 363 of the indian penal code. from the above facts, we notice that the petitioner has kidnapped the girl, who was minor. it is an offence under section 361 of the indian penal code. we cannot close our eyes when it is brought to our notice as to the ..... indian majority act, 1875, also says that in the case of appointment of a guardian of a minor person or property or both shall, notwithstanding anything contained in any other enactment ..... is for the parliament to do it. as per section 5 of the hindu marriage act, prior to 1.10.1978, the age of the boy and the girl was 18 years and 15 years, respectively. according to english law, a minor attains the age of majority on completion of 21 years. section 3 of the ..... , section 3 of the indian majority act, 1875 and sections 361 and 363 of the indian penal code. 10. according to respondent no.6, the date of kidnapping and the alleged marriage, the girl was a minor as she had not completed the age of 18 years. it is also contended that as on 2.3. .....

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Sep 04 2013 (HC)

S.Vasudevan Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... the charges was made by the appellate authority. on the other hand, the order dismissing the appeal extracted the views of the tamil nadu public service commission and proceeded to state that the views of the service commission was carefully examined by the government and the government have decided to accept the advice and dismiss the appeal preferred by the writ ..... that reasons have to be assigned only when the government wants to reject the recommendation of the public service commission. as per the regulations, the government of tamil nadu seems to have consulted the tamil nadu public service commission. tamil nadu public service commission recommended dismissal of the appeal on the ground that it did not find any procedural irregularity or violation of ..... observed that in the said case before the supreme court, the question posed by the supreme court was whether the disciplinary authority while imposing punishment, major or minor, could act on material which was neither supplied nor shown to the delinquent?. and the high court answered the question in favour of the delinquent holding that imposition of ..... it is relevant to quote the observations of a learned single judge of this court in v.p.chellappa vs. superintending engineer, tamil nadu electricity board, dharmapuri electricity distribution circle, dharmapur-5 and others reported in (2010) 1 mlj714 ".8.it is well settled that the disciplinary as well as appellate authorities are the fact finding authorities and therefore .....

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Jan 07 2014 (HC)

Federation of the Catholic Faithful Vs. Government of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... admission to educational institutions, including private educational institutions whether aided or unaided by the state other than minority educational institutions referred to in clause (1) of article 30 of the constitution of india. in tune with the said constitutional amendment, tamil nadu act 45 of 1994 came to be amended by tamil nadu act 12 of 2006 with effect from 07.06.2006. the private educational institutions as ..... no.112 of 2007 in wp (c) no.265 of 2006, no orders are required.".15. in sindhi education society v. chief secretary, government of nct of delhi and others [(2010) 8 scc49, the facts of the case would disclose that the appellant before the hon'ble supreme court of india, namely, sindhi education society is running a school and sindhi ..... of which 13 are partially aided and the remaining 12 are wholly unaided. the petitioner in w.p.no.16791/2012 would further state that it is recognized as a college with potential for excellence by the university grants commission (ugc) and the national accreditation and assessment council (naac) granted it with 'five star' status in the year 1999 and it is ..... also rated as 'a' level, which is the highest level of accreditation conferred on any arts and science college. it is further stated by the writ petitioner in w.p.no.16791/2012 that though loyola college is an minority .....

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Sep 15 2000 (HC)

Vijay Shanti Edu. Trust Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 2001(4)WLC345; 2001(1)WLN191

..... karnataka : (1993)4scc276 , t.m.a. pai foundation v. state of karnataka : air1995sc2431 and mathammal sheela engg. college v. state of tamil nadu : (1999)8scc541 .10. contesting the claim of the petitioner, learned addl. advocate general contended that the parliament has enacted national minority commission act, 1992 (hereinafter called 'the act of 1992) under which the term 'minority' has been defined to mean 'a community notified as such by ..... the central govt.' therefore, unless any community is declared as a minority community by the central ..... institution has been asserted immediately be seeking approval/recognition from state minority commission, which was in fact was accepted by it vide (annx. 9) in the first instance.(5) petitioner trust has been recognised as a, religious minority institution established by shwetamber jains for the purposes of article 30 by tamil nadu state.(6) in state of rajasthan as per census report of 1991 enumerates 'jainism as one .....

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Sep 21 2001 (HC)

State of Rajasthan and ors. Vs. Vijay Shanti Educational Trust

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : RLW2003(4)Raj2568

..... dental council of india. in the meantime, the trust applied to the state government on 30.6.99 that whereas it represents a religious minority, it may be granted the status of religious minority institution. the trust represented before the state government that it has already obtained certificate of religious minority from the state minorities commission of tamil nadu on 23rd june, 1999. thereupon, the officer on special duty, medical ..... . it may also suggest appropriate measures in respect of any minority to be undertaken by the central government or state governments. according to him, this act only regulates the development of the minorities and that is the basic and paramount object of this minority commission and his submission is that the rights' of the religious minorities which can be availed under articles 29 and 30 of the ..... has thought that basically whether a person is buddhist, jaina or sikh by religion, is a hindu. the learned single judge has observed in his judgment that even if the acts which are applicable to hindus, have been made applicable to buddhists. jainas or sikh by religion, that would not mean that they are all hindus. in our opinion, there cannot .....

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Feb 23 2000 (HC)

N. Jeisi Deisi Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu Represented by Its Secretar ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2000(4)CTC739

..... rules, 1974 is not enforceable. 37. a division bench of this court in c. stephenson roobasingh v. state of tamil nadu and others, 1993 wlr 544 considered the scope of the tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) act and the rules framed thereunder vis-a-vis the tamil nadu minority schools (payment of grant) rules and held thus:- '34. we have already referred to the judgment of ..... 17. the learned counsel contends that though the petitioner may not be eligible to be appointed as secondary grade teacher in terms of the tamil nadu private school regulation act and the rules framed thereunder, but in terms of the tamil nadu minority schools (recognition and payment of grant) rules, 1977, the petitioner possess the qualifications and is entitled to approval and she cannot be ..... during all those five years. in the absence of any material to the contrary we assume that there were justifiable reasons for the delay in constituting the commission. the executive power of the state being divided amongst various functionaries under article 166(3) of the constitution of india there is possibility of lack of co-ordination amongst various limbs of ..... and is a nullity. but in this case we are faced with a peculiar situation. the rules, though enforced, remained unworkable for about five, years. the public service commission, which was the authority to implement the rules, was not in existence during the said period. there is nothing on the record to show as to why the public service .....

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Aug 20 2015 (HC)

1.P.K.M.Selvam Vs. 1.State Through

Court : Chennai

..... hectare of mining area.24. learned senior counsel submitted that rule 36-a of tamil nadu minor mineral concession rules, 1959, providing for penalties, informed that any contravention of sub-section of section 4 of the mmdr act in any land would attract enhanced seionerage fees and in the alternative punishment as provided ..... the subsoil and that doing so in excavation of granite would render the same gravel is not without merit. this court would state that the prosecution allegation of commission of offence u/s.304 ipc i.e. culpable homicide not amounting to murder r/w 511 ipc i.e. attempt to ..... on 01.06.2012 at the instance of the village administrative officer. it is difficult to accept the position that in informing commission of offences upto the year 2010 in the year 2012, the village administrative officer was so uninformed that the participation of this petitioner was not mentioned in the ..... having stopped quarrying operations upon his licence being cancelled and who rather unnaturally informs of having visited the place with his uncle in the year 2010 and of having been informed of the involvement of petitioner. the verbatim reproductions lay bare the attempt of the prosecution to rope in the ..... a government channel. the first information report has been registered on 06.08.2012 whereas the petitioner, who was the director, had retired in 2010. the first information report speaks of occurrence from 2004.21. shri.gandhi, learned counsel for petitioner in crl.o.p.(md) no.6667 of .....

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Nov 20 2015 (HC)

T.T.C. Cheran Vs. The State of Tamil Nadu, rep. by the Secretary to Go ...

Court : Chennai

..... 12.2009, for the purpose of studying the financial position of village panchayats and other local bodies. the fourth state finance commission was constituted in terms of article 243-i of the constitution read with section 198 of the tamil nadu panchayats act, 1994. this finance commission presented a final report, approved in a meeting held on 24.09.2011. in paragraph 64 of its report ..... only to account no.1. 22. but, we do not agree. the government constituted the fourth state finance commission, in terms of article 243-i of the constitution, read with section 198 of the tamil nadu panchayats act, 1994. as per the report of the fourth state finance commission, 75% of the revenue from seigniorage fee had to be passed on to the respective village panchayats ..... receipts that should go into this account no.1 were taxes, fees, fines, miscellaneous revenue and assigned revenues. one of the items of the assigned revenues was "seigniorage fee" on minor minerals used in roads/buildings (other than granite). (c) insofar as the scheme fund account (account no.3) is concerned, the receipts from centrally sponsored schemes were directed to go ..... is entitled to receive a sum equivalent to the seigniorage fees collected by the government every year from persons permitted to quarry minor minerals in the village panchayat. this rule is in tune with section188(1)(q) of the act. (k) rule 31 of the rules stipulates that all payments out of the village panchayat fund against bills presented to the .....

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