Court : Chhattisgarh
Reported in : 2007CriLJ4736
..... a)(1), 20, 21, 38, 39 of the unlawful activities (prevention) act 1967 and section 8(1)(2)(5) of the chhattisgarh vishesh jan suraksha adhiniyam, 2005 (hereinafter referred to as the act of 1967 & act of 2005) and section 120b, 121a, 124a of ipc has filed this petition under section 429 of the code of criminal procedure for grant ..... learned senior counsel for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner is a social worker. he is a medical expert and he is also the vice-president of chhattisgarh unit of the people union of civil liberties (for short the pucl). he submitted that merely on the allegations that he met with the co-accused ..... said organization. it is also alleged that during his meetings with narayan sanyal in jail, he had planned to commit unlawful activities in the area of chhattisgarh and was deeply involved in such acts.3. the facts of the case are that on 6-5-2007, another co-accused piyush guha was caught ..... case and a reason has to be assigned for prima facie conclusion keeping in mind further considerations as are laid down in amarmani tripathi's case (supra) 2005 cri lj 4149 (sc).14. if we look into the evidence of instant case, prima facie the contents of the two letters, written in english, ..... of sections 38 & 39 of the act of 1967 as also under the provisions of section 8(1)(2)(3) & (5) of the state act 2005. so far evidence of criminal conspiracy etc. is concerned, he also relied on the same decision which was relied upon by learned sr. advocate for the petitioner .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chhattisgarh
Reported in : 2009(5)MPHT44(CG)
..... iiird additional sessions judge, raipur in sessions trial no. 76/2008, whereby charge under sections 2(b) and 8(3) of the chhattisgarh vishesh jan suraksha adhiniyam, 2005 (henceforth 'the adhiniyam') was framed against the petitioners. the charge reads as under:vkius fnukad 21&1&2008 dks 19-15 cts o blds iwoz ujs'k ..... account and did not charge any excess profit. thus, the transaction was a perfectly normal and natural transaction in due course of business. bilaspur (chhattisgarh), not being a specified area, the petitioners can also not be said to have abetted the unlawful activities of the unlawful organisation. placing reliance ..... period of one year.3. brief facts in nutshell are that the petitioners are partners of the firm 'naresh bazar' situated in bilaspur (chhattisgarh). it is alleged that on 10-4-2007 one sunil choudhary placed an order with the petitioners for supply of 5,000 meters of ..... additional sessions judge, raipur rightly held that there is aprima facie case under section 8(3) read with section 2(b) of the adhiniyam against the petitioners. no such illegality as would warrant any interference in exercise of revisional jurisdiction is seen in the impugned order.12. the ..... urged that no interference is called for in the impugned order.8. having heard the rival submissions, i have perused the record. section 8(3) of the adhiniyam provides as under:8. penalties. (1) *** *** ***(2) *** *** *** ***(3) whoever manages or assists in the management of an unlawful organization or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chhattisgarh
..... at police station kuakonda for the offence punishable under sections 121, 124a, 120b of the ipc; 39 (1), 40 of the act of 1967 and 8 (2) (3) of the chhattisgarh vishesh jan suraksha adhiniyam, 2005, and was produced before the court for remand under section 167 of the code. on 9-12-2011 again the accused/petitioner was remanded for 12-12-2011. after the ..... beyond the period of 180 days, and (4) after notice to the accused. 7. learned counsel for the petitioner by relying upon the matter of kamal narayan v. state of chhattisgarh has contended that in case of ndps act, this court has also taken same view. learned counsel also placed reliance in the matter of saraswati rai v. union of india (uoi .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai Nagpur
..... has also been rejected by the apex court for invalidating the validity of the statute. in the case of sushil kumar sharma .vs. union of india and others reported in (2005) 6 supreme court cases 281, the apex court was considering the challenge to section 498-a of the indian penal code on the ground of possibility of misuse of the ..... ultra vires. reliance in this respect is placed on the judgment of the apex court in the case of sushil kumar sharma .vs. union of india and others reported in (2005) 6 supreme court cases 281 and in the case of ajit kumar nag .vs. general manager (pj), indian oil corporation ltd. reported in ..... (2005) 7 supreme court cases764. 16. mr. manohar further submits that the perusal of the notification issued in exercise of powers vested in clause (d) in sub-section 3a of section .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : SEBI Securities and Exchange Board of India or Securities Appellate Tribunal SAT
..... quarter end of the quarter it is noted that the company received majority of the allotment money during the quarters july-sept, 2004 and jan-mar, 2005.2.12 the table showing the difference between the increase in the share capital reported through quarterly results and the actual receipts of money ..... shares amounting to rs 27.8 lakhs and rs 125.7 lakhs respectively to fully paid shares without actually receiving the allotment money.june 2005 march 2005 dec 2004 march 2005 march 2004 1 net sales / income from operations 9.12 4.50 6.89 17.13 8.00 2 other income 0.002 ..... ltd. (323) and svs securities pvt. ltd. (747) had concentration of around 21% and 16% respectively.2.19 during the period july 8, 2005 to september 16, 2005, broker indiabulls securities ltd. (907) had the highest concentration of around 21% in terms of gross purchases followed by broker fortis securities ltd. (3004) ..... separate bank account. - the company received allotment money in cash on february 3, 2005 (rs 4,00,000) and on february 7, 2005 (rs 15,000). the scrutiny of the bank statements for the quarter jan-mar, 2005 revealed that immediately on receipt of the allotment money the company has transferred around rs ..... rs. 30.50 lakhs to hrk fabricators and rs. 15.47 lakhs to rj corporation. the company has shown the transfer of funds of rs 37.50 lacs from its own bank account located at hyderabad on march 1, 2005 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Ahmedabad
Reported in : (2008)113TTJ(Ahd.)1018
..... ctr (all) 205 : (2007) 159 taxman 340 (all) and the decision of the tribunal, delhi benches, in the case of asstt cat v. shakti builders (2005) 93 ttj (del) 425. he further submitted that the discrepancies were only samples and, therefore, sufficient for making the additions in the income of the assessce. he ..... expenditure on construction at rs. 2,37,96,653. notice under section 148 of the act was issued for asst. yr. 1997-98 on 28th jan., 2000 and in this reassessment proceedings, the ao noticed that certain contra accounts called for from various parties did not tally with the account furnished by ..... which has constructed scheme named as 'aslesha bunglows'. the case was taken up by issuing notice under section 148 r/w section 147 dt. 28th jan., 2000 and was completed under section 143(3). during the course of hearing, the ac) called for the contra accounts of various parties and noticed ..... which has constructed scheme named as 'ashlesha bunglows'. the case was taken up by issuing notice under section 148 r/w section 147 dt. 28th jan., 2000 and was completed under section 143(3). during the course of hearing, the ao called for the contra accounts of various parties and noticed ..... the ao only during the course of hearing of proceedings initiated in consequence upon the issuance of notice under section 148 of the act on 28th jan., 2000 and consequential furnishing of return by the assessee, meaning thereby that before proceeding with the proceedings initiated under section 147 of the act, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Madhya Pradesh
..... submits that the notification issued for recruitment on the post of forest guard is contrary to section 4 of m.p. lok seva (anusuchit jatiyon, anusuchit jan jatiyon aur anya pichhade vargon ke liye arakshan) adhiniyam, 1994. it is further submitted that an application has been submitted by the petitioner for appearing in the aforesaid examination. in view of submissions made by ..... of unemployment. in support of his submissions, learned counsel for the petitioner has placed reliance on the decision in cases of kendriya vidyalaya sangathan and another vs. s.c. sharma, (2005) 2 scc 363.u.p. state brassware corpn. ltd. and another vs. uday narain pandey, (2006) 1 scc 47.and mahboob deepak vs. nagar panchayat, gajraula and another, (2008) ..... from the date of initial appointment on the post of medical officer in the light of madhya pradesh regularization of public health and family welfare medical cadre contract appointment rules, 2005. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the writ petition be disposed of and the petitioner be granted liberty to submit a representation to the competent authority and the ..... from the date of initial appointment on the post of medical officer in the light of madhya pradesh regularization of public health and family welfare medical cadre contract appointment rules, 2005. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the writ petition be disposed of by granting liberty to the petitioner to submit a representation to the competent authority and the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Reported in : 2008(2)ALD394; 2008(2)ALT162
..... respect of water tariff and sewerage cess have been made in this notification. the tariffs were further revised under b.p.no. 117 dated 28.1.2005 where under the slabs and the tariffs were varied in respect of the water charges, but the basis of levy of minimum charges remained the same. under ..... 756/-5. siddhardh palace residential apartment water cess rs. 564/- rs. 2,340/-sewer cess rs. 197.50 ps. rs. 890/-6. paragon venkatadri apartments nov-2006 jan-2007 water cess rs. 2,596/- rs. 13,320/-sewer cess rs. 907.25 rs. 4,662/-4. dr. k.s. jawahar reddy, managing director of the ..... revised policy when compared to the pre-revised policy. the steepness in the increase in the case of different apartments is mentioned hereunder:name of the apartment dec-2006 jan-2007(pre-revised) (post-revised)1. manohar apartments water cess rs. 474/- rs. 4,680 (rs. 190x52 flats)sewer cess rs. 166/- rs. 1,638 ..... charges from time to time. illustrative of such notifications are notifications dated 29.3.1993, 25.1.1997, 29.5.2002, 28.9.2004 and 28.1.2005. the last of these notifications, which is the subject matter of challenge in this writ petition, is b.p. no. 121 dated 14.12.2006, ..... in premium granites (1994) 2 scc 691 (supra), centre for public interest litigation (2000) 8 scc 606 (supra), bannari amman sugars ltd. (2005) 1 scc 625 (supra), pallavi refractories (2005) 2 scc 227 (supra) and directorate of film festivals (2007) 4 scc 737 (supra).the concept of minimum charges:13. levy of minimum charges .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2006(3)BomCR705
..... cases registered for indecent behaviour and/or violation of licensing conditions, are as under:-----------------------------------------------------sections year year year year year year total of 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 bombay police act, 1951-----------------------------------------------------33(w) 767 559 460 374 410 223 2793110 4427 2998 2971 2810 2051 2146 17403 -----------------------------------------------------total 5194 3557 3431 3184 2461 2369 ..... no case of trafficking has been established.87. is the restriction in the interest of general public?. in municipal corporation of city of ahmedabad and ors. v. jan mohammed usmanbhai and anr. : 2scr700 the expression in the interest of general public was considered and this is how what the apex court expressed itself:the ..... on performance of dances in the prohibited establishments was a sufficient remedial measure to check other undesirable practice being indulged in the hotel establishments and in march, 2005 the home minister made a statement in answer to the call attention motion against mushrooming of illegal bars, that there was sufficient police machinery in mumbai to ..... where the expression came up for consideration. firstly, the judgment of the apex court in the case of municipal corporation of city of ahmedabd and ors. v. jan mohammed usmanbhai and anr. : 2scr700 . the facts in that case were that standing orders issued by the municipal corporation of ahmedabad municipal corporation directing the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... j. in his opinion, has, however, considered the issue and has held that the constitution (ninety- third amendment) act, 2005, is not constitutionally valid so far as private unaided educational institutions are concerned. 669. act 5 of 2007 is constitutionally valid subject to the definition of other backward classes in ..... (ninety-third amendment) act, 2005 would be constitutionally valid or not so far as private unaided educational institutions are concerned, is not considered and left open to be decided in an appropriate case. bhandari, ..... j. on the basis of the four opinions, the constitution bench formulated the following common order on which there was unanimity :- 668. the constitution (ninety-third amendment) act, 2005, is valid and does not violate the basic structure of the constitution so far as it relates to the state-maintained institutions and aided educational institutions. question whether the constitution ..... the constitution bench in ashoka kumar thakur v. union of india - (2008) 6 scc 1. background 3. the constitutional validity of the constitution (ninety-third amendment) act, 2005 as also the constitutional validity of cei act were considered and upheld by a constitution bench of this court on 10.4.2008 reported in ashoka kumar thakur vs. union .....Tag this Judgment!