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Apr 16 1969 (HC)

Jai Nath Wanchoo Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : AIR1970Bom180; (1970)72BOMLR51; ILR1970Bom887

..... of the court all suitable reliefs which the procedural law of the country permitted him to sue for. in england prior to the crown proceedings act, 1947, the crown could not be sued in a court of law, but any claim against the crown could only be sought to be recovered ..... him but also meant to destroy him mentally. this was followed by another representation dated 2-4-1964, with copies thereof sent to the same ministers in which he described the said memorandum dated september 17, 1963, as 'most arbitrary, mala fide and vilifying' and characterised the fact that his ..... engineer, ishapore, which provided for termination of the employee's service on giving him either three calendar months' notice or payment of three months' salary. the agreement also provided for termination of service in case of gross misconduct at any time without notice. disciplinary proceedings were started against the employee ..... well founded or were based on. any misapprehension with regard to the law laid down in babu ram upadhya's case, : 1961crilj773 '. in the punjab full bench case, the petitioner was an assistant supervisor in the military dairy farm, ferozepur cantonment, and he was compulsorily retired from service as a ..... then laid down with respect to justiciability of rules made under article 309 even in case where article 311 does not apply. these cases are motiram deka v. north-east frontier rly., : (1964)iillj467sc ; state of mysore v. m.h. bellary, : (1966)illj50sc ; and b.s. vadera v. union of india, : .....

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Oct 06 1964 (HC)

Amichand Valanji and ors. Vs. G.B. Kotak and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : AIR1966Bom70; (1965)67BOMLR234

..... .'the question for consideration before the federal court was whether the legislation viz., the u.p. prevention o f black - marketing [temporary powers] act, 1947, could be validity passed by the u.p. legislature in exercise of the legislative powers conferred upon it unders entry 1 of list ii of ..... people purchasing gold and sinking their money of in purchase of gold affecting production. he also referred to us to certain paragraphs of the finance ministers speech where he has referred n to abolition of the sati., daughters from inheriting their father's property, introductions of the law of monogamy ..... the provisions as theirs section not mandatory but directory., he referred to the full bench decision the lahore, electoral supply co ltd v. provenance of punjab air 9143 lah 41, the first questions to be considered of therefore, a whether s. 44 is after on the rule - making power of ..... on those contentions because the matter stood concluded by the recent decision the their lordship of the supreme court in makhan singh tarsikka v. state of punjab : 1964crilj217 . mr. mehta, however stated that the petitioners marries these contentions i the supreme court if so advised.(4) to appreciate the ..... the price,s rentals employments salaries and wages to ensure economic stability and an orderly transfixion t the conation of peace..............in ostensible exercise of the powers conferred by s. 2(1) of the act of 1945, an order, in council was mad on a april 3, 1947 which provided in s . .....

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Feb 17 2016 (HC)

Airports Authority of India Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, ...

Court : Mumbai

..... and the impugned order of the learned single judge, we are of the prima facie view that the petitioners are entitled to protection under section 17b of the industrial disputes act, 1947. therefore, we direct respondent no.1 to pay the wages to the loaders/workers in electrical maintenance department against whom office note dated 3rd april, 2007 was issued under ..... , agricultural and manual workers, this test had much to commend it, but with the increase sophistication of industrial processes and the greater numbers of professional and skilled people being in salaried employment, it soon became obvious that the test was insufficient (for example in the case of a doctor, architect, skilled engineer, pilot, etc.) and so, despite certain attempts ..... organisation or any other test has been held to be the determinative factor for determining the jural relationship of employer and employee. b. this court beginning from shivanandan sharma v. punjab national bank. ltd. (1955)illj688sc) and dharangadhara chemical works ltd. v. state of saurashtra and ors. (1957)illj477sc) observed that supervision and control test is the prima facie ..... under- 20. the material referred to relates to the complaints of the union, recommendations of the labour commissioner, labour minister and the labour contract advisory board in regard to abolition of contract labour under section 10 of clra act but that material could not be a foundation or basis to say that the labour contract was sham, camouflage or a .....

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Nov 17 1980 (HC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Kusum Charudutt Bharma Upadhye

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1981)83BOMLR75; 1981MhLJ93

..... of the constituent assembly of india, and there were fresh elections in the new provinces of west bengal and east punjab. the result was that when the constituent assembly reassembled on october 31, 1947 its membership was 299 only, including 70 representatives of the indian states. of this total number of members of ..... assembly was not a sovereign body. its authority was limited both in respect of the basic principles and procedure. it was the indian independence act, 1947 which established the sovereign character of the constituent assembly and freed it from all limitations. this is the harsh reality of history which one cannot ..... legislature; its powers and the privileges of its members; if there are two chambers, the relations between them; the status of ministers and the position of the civil servants who act under them; the armed forces and the power to control them; the relations between the central government and local authorities; treaty- ..... regulate the sittings of the high courts, and the continuance of the jurisdiction of the high courts existing as at the date of each of the two government of india acts coming into force ..... and chap. ii of part ix of the government of india act, 1935, both of which deal with high courts, these chapters provide for the constitution of the high courts as courts of record, for the salaries and tenure of judges of the high courts, the power to make rules and .....

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Sep 16 2015 (HC)

The Association of the Traders carrying the Food Business of various F ...

Court : Mumbai

..... and good manufacturing practices and process control, viz. hazard analysis and critical control point. it is stated that in this background, the group of ministers constituted by the government of india, held extensive deliberations and approved the proposed integrated food law with certain modifications. the integrated food law was ..... 21 read with article 47 of the constitution of india. 22. we are, therefore, of the view that the provisions of the fss act and pfa act and the rules and regulations framed thereunder have to be interpreted and applied in the light of the constitutional principles, discussed above and endeavour ..... in this regard can very well be traced to the decision of the supreme court in the case of sant lal bharti vs. state of punjab, ((1988) 1 scc 366) ?. the supreme court in the case of kusum ingots and alloys ltd. vs. union of india and anr ..... background 27. the parliament enacted the food safety and standards act, 2006 (hereinafter referred to as fss act,2006 ?) repealing the prevention of food adulteration act,1954, the fruit products order,1955, the meat food products order,1973, the vegetable oil products (control) order,1947, the edible oils packaging (regulation) order,1998, the solvent ..... in which they are placed in the scheme of the act. the petitioners cannot in abstract place reliance on the observations of the supreme court. 66. mr.anturkar's reliance on the decision of the supreme court in kartar singh vs. state of punjab, (1994(3) scc 569) ? is also .....

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Apr 02 2013 (HC)

Air India Aircraft Engineers' Association and Others Vs. Air India Ltd ...

Court : Mumbai

..... industrial dispute and admit the demand into conciliation under the provisions of the industrial disputes act, 1947 (for short, 'the act'). the apprehension of the employees of respondent no.1 employed in the said department became stronger as their salaries were also not paid for the month of july, august, september, 2012 nor ..... efficacious alternative remedy. in that, the substance of the grievance is about non-compliance of the mandate of the provisions of the industrial disputes act, 1947, which, essentially, is an industrial dispute to be adjudicated in appropriate proceedings. he would then submit that this court should be loathe to ..... affidavit. it commenced with the decision taken in the cabinet meeting held on 13.8.2009 whereby it was decided to constitute a group of ministers (gom) to consider the financial situation of airlines and airport authority of india (aai) and to suggest possible remedial measures. the gom started ..... decisions in the case of bcpp mazdur sangh and ors. v. ntpp and ors. (2007 air scw 6879)and in gurmailsingh v. state of punjab and ors (1991 (2) llj 76). 24. mr.singhvi, appearing for the petitioners in writ petition no.391 of 2013, has adopted the ..... are not only in demand but are indispensable. considering the logistical situation and the prevailing market conditions relating to mro facilities in the middle-east, south-east asia and european countries, after study undertaken in 2009, it transpired that the mro costs, in india, is expected to be upto 60 .....

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Apr 11 1947 (PC)

Province of Punjab Vs. Pandit Tara Chand

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1947)49BOMLR697

..... department. while it would, no doubt, be competent to his majesty by appropriate legislation to confer on his servant a right of action against his appropriate minister or department, the conference of such a right would be unusual, and one would expect to find it provided for in the most explicit terms. to ..... of clause (1) derived by a person from his employment whether on duty or on leave.23. it is clear that this section treats all salaries including salaries of servants of the crown as debts and as such liable to attachment. if the section had no proviso or explanation attached to it, its effect ..... would have been merely to continue the law as it had stood under act viii of 1859, that is to say that the whole of the salary of a public servant was liable to attachment but could be attached only after it had become payable. the effect ..... are no longer relevant the facts of this case are as follows: the respondent was appointed sub-inspector of police by the deputy inspector general of police, punjab, on january 2, 1911. on march 19, 1938, the superintendent of police, amritsar, an officer subordinate to the deputy inspector general of police, recorded ..... of any territories may be collected from treaties, charters, regulations, statutes or other circumstances was recognised in the mayor of the city of lyons v. the hon. east india co. (1836) 1 m.i.a. 175 et seq..20. in lucas v. lucas and high commissioner for india, pilcher j. had to consider .....

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Feb 20 2015 (HC)

Etisalat Mauritius Ltd. Vs. Etisalat DB Telecom Pvt. Ltd. and Others

Court : Mumbai

..... 2g licenses, inter alia, allotted to the company. in its said judgment, the honble supreme court recorded findings of conspiracy between the then minister of communications and certain applicants for licenses which were real estate companies having no prior experience in dealing with telecom services and who had made ..... of the employees) on the rolls of the company; making payments for the premium of insurance policies taken by the company; seeking payment of employees salaries and other dues; recommending payment/renewal of bank guarantees; recommending to vacate property/office premises in occupation of the company; retaining m/s. luthra ..... its business. it is submitted on behalf of respondent no.2 majestic that the petitioner had represented that it had operations in the middle east, in africa and other countries and that it had significant experience, ability and expertise in carrying on the telecom business as an international telecom ..... v) in re taldua rubber co. ltd. ((1946) 2 all er 763, page nos. 1, 4 to 6), (vi) in galbraith v. merito shipping co. (1947 sc 446, page nos. 5 to 7) and (vii) in vassant holiday homes pvt. ltd. and ors. vs. madan v. prabhu (2001 (3) bomcr 493, ..... of proceedings filed by the company, for instance in the suit filed by the company against punjab national bank (pnb); (ii) representing the company in the drat and in various proceedings under the income tax act; (iii) dealing with the large number of creditor claims including the claims of statutory .....

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Nov 17 1971 (HC)

Jaggannath Dwarkanath Raje Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : (1972)74BOMLR320; 1972MhLJ618

..... servants and agents shall forbear from taking any action in furtherance of the said order dated july 21, 1971 and shall further pay to the petitioner his salary and all other emoluments, including the increments due, on the basis that he continued in service notwithstanding the impugned orders, as inspector of police.44. ..... claims to have held. in any event, the burden cast upon a person seeking to impugn such an act or decision is likely to be very difficult to discharge if the competent authority is a minister armed with the protection of crown privilege.37. after the publication of the book, there have been ..... of documents which are relevant to the issues in the suit.32. we do not find anything in the decision of the supreme court in state of punjab v. s.s. singh, to compel us to order the government to disclose all the confidential sources, which it has not chosen to disclose in ..... rajasthan high court in deciding the matter. he held by relying on the observations of lord greene, m.r., in picture houses v. wednesbury corporation [1947] 2 all e.r. 680.:where a statute confers a discretionary power on a certain functionary then there is no manner of doubt that the discretion ..... years' service to the government servants, and hence it was unreasonable; and(b) the enforcement of the rule resulted in punishing the government servants and easting a stigma on them as the rule was required by the circulars to be applied only when the work of the government servants was found unsatisfactory .....

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Aug 21 2014 (HC)

Rakesh Malhotra and Others Vs. Rajinder Kumar Malhotra and Others

Court : Mumbai

..... differed. under the rules then in place in indore, in such a situation, the view of the learned single judge was to prevail. the prime ministers award thus became a rule of the court. this immediately raised a question under section 13 of the cpc; specifically, clauses (a), (b) and ..... of four orders (one on each petition) dated 9th february 2012 inter alia restraining the four respondent companies from utilizing their funds except for salaries and statutory payments and secondly from disposing of any assets. a later order of 7th november 2012 directed the maintenance of status quo ??as ..... of vmpl that, in the interregnum, rakesh, exercising his clearly vast powers, had arranged for the indian rkm companies to guarantee loans made by the punjab national bank ( ??pnb ? ) to spcpl (the newly formed company in the super-max group). rkm now found himself in a most peculiar situation ..... our division bench was carried to the privy council, which dismissed the appeal. (brijlal ramjidas and anr. v govindram gordhandas seksaria and ors., air 1947 pc 192) lord du parcq of the privy council said: 8. some difficulty has been occasioned in the interpretation of section 13 by the definition ..... companies were restrained from dealing with the assets of the companies, except for statutory and salary payments to employees. 26. on 15th february 2012, rkm issued a notice under section 169 of the companies act, 1956 requisitioning an extraordinary general meeting of the members of trans-auto on 27th march .....

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