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Mar 11 1994 (SC)

Kartar Singh Vs. State of Punjab.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-11-1994

Reported in : 1994SCC(3)569; JT1994(2)423

..... as to whether mens rea or actual knowledge is an essential ingredient of the offence under section 8(1) read with section 23(1)(a) of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1947, when it was shown that the respondent (accused) in that case voluntarily brought gold in india without the permission of reserve bank, held by majority that the foreign exchange regulation ..... were subject to removal by the judicial council of the circuit on account of incompetence, misconduct, neglect of duty or physical or mental disability. their salaries were set by statute and were subject to adjustment. the act grants the courts jurisdiction over all civil proceedings arising under title ii or arising in or related to cases under title 11 [28 uscs section ..... most subtle forms of coercion used could be sufficient to extract false confession. in 1991, law quarterly review, vol. 107) "should confessions be corroborated" by rosemary patenden of university of east anglia it was stated at pp. 318-19 that coercion is produced by situational factors accusation by a person in a position of authority by fact and intimidating environment and ..... satyendra narayan singh has said that not only for punjab but do something for bihar also because in the garb of political party etc. greater terrorism is prevailing there also."28. we feel that it is not necessary to swell this judgment by reproducing the entire speeches made by the then home minister, the minister of state623for home affairs and some members of .....

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Sep 06 1994 (SC)

N. Nagendra Rao and Co. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-06-1994

Reported in : AIR1994SC2663; JT1994(5)SC572; 1994(3)SCALE977; (1994)6SCC205; [1994]Supp3SCR144

..... the order passed in appeal by the sessions judges, the aao did not release the stock and the efforts of the appellant with the chief minister, revenue minister, agriculture minister and various other departmental heads did not yield any result. however, the aao issued a notice in the last week of march, 1977 to ..... bihar v. abdul majid : (1954)iillj678sc , this court has recognised the right of a government servant to sue the government for recovery of arrears of salary. when the rule of immunity in favour of the crown, based on common law in the united kingdom, has disappeared from the land of its birth, ..... ' prof. dicey gives what he describes as an 'absurd example', if queen were herself to shoot the prime minister through the head, 'he says', no court in england could take cognizance of the act'. the basis for it in england was both substantive and procedural. the former flowed from the divine right of the ..... the suit for damages. in pushpa thakur v. union of india and anr. : (1984) acj sc 559 this court while reversing a decision of the punjab & haryana high court 1984 acj 401 which in its turn placed reliance on a full bench decision of that very court in baxi amrik singh v. union ..... 15. therefore, the liability of the secretary of state in council till 1947 was and of the state thereafter is co-terminus with the liability that the east india company would have had for the negligence of its officers. that the east india company was not sovereign was recognised by the privy council in .....

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