Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Apr-23-1962
Reported in : AIR1963SC222; 2SCR353
..... s. shivdev singh v. the state of punjab , that it was not competent to the punjab government to delegate the functions assigned to it under s. 42 of the east punjab holdings consolidation and prevention of fragmentation) act, 1948, to the additional director, the contention being that the minister or the secretary cannot abdicate his functions under the act to the managing director. but the appellants ..... have overlooked that in form no. i and ii prescribed under the act, the provision for countersignature is directed to ..... . this court again, in shree meenakshi mills ltd., madurai v. sri a.v. viswanatha sastri : 26itr713(sc) , struck down s. 5(1) of taxation on income (investigation commission) act, 1947 (act xxx of 1947), on the ground that the procedure prescribed thereunder is discriminatory in character, having regard to the fact that under the amended s. 34 of the indian income-tax ..... person to decide the dispute, because his own action must be under challenge. we see no force in this contention. the managing director is a high ranking official on a salary scale of rs. 1,600-100-2,500, with a free furnished residence. he has no personal interest in the transaction and there is no question of bias, or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Jul-20-1962
Reported in : (1962)IILLJ301Ker
..... the president has imposed any restriction on the exercise of such power by the governor as was the case in s. mohan singh v. patiala and east punjab states union, patiala a.i.r. 1954 pepsu 136. in that case powers vested in the rajpramukh had been curtailed by a condition added in the ..... of the secretary in the first instance embodies the consent of the (governor and indicates to the outside world the acceptance of the advice tendered by the minister. secondly, it authenticates and provides evidence that the pre-requisites for the emergency of an order of government have been compiled with. the production of that ..... indian penal code, the accused 1 under section 5(2) read with section 5(1)(c) and (d) of the prevention of corruption act (act 2 of 1947) hereinafter referred to as the act, section 477a, indian penal code, and under section 471 read with section 467, indian penal code, and the accused 2 for abetment of ..... occupation or avocation in life. in the case of a government servant, the prosecution would naturally infer that his known source of income would be the salary earned by him during his active service. his pension or his provident fund would come into calculation only after his retirement, unless he had a justification ..... morris car and then sells it within a month to buy a flat oar costing rs. 7,100.66. the prosecution would say that considering the salary of the accused 1 he is not a person who could afford to maintain a car, that his wife and children were living in a rented .....Tag this Judgment!