Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : May-05-2004
Reported in : AIR2004SC3478; 2004(4)ALD99(SC); 2004(5)ALLMR(SC)658; JT2004(Suppl1)SC548; 2004(5)SCALE551; (2004)6SCC661; (2004)2UPLBEC1663
..... for the governance of the country.15. in dav college v. state of punjab : air1971sc1737 , challenge was made to certain provisions of guru nanak university amritsar act (act 21 of 1969) which made a provision for study and research on the life and teachings of guru nanak and their cultural and religious impact in the context of national and world civilisations on the ground that such a provision would ..... 14 and 19(1)(c) was also pleaded. the constitution bench repelled the challenge in the context of section 4(2) of the relevant act which provided for study and research on the life and teachings of guru nanak and it was held as under:'religious instruction is that which is imparted for inculcating the tenets, the rituals, the observances, ceremonies and ..... in doing so, the high court should show due regard to the opinion expressed by the board and its recommendations on which the chancellor has acted. this principle was reiterated in j.p. kulshreshtha v. chancellor, allahabad university : (1980)iillj175sc wherein it was held as under:'while there is no absolute ban, it is a rule of prudence that courts should ..... counter-affidavit on behalf of the ugc has been filed in this court. it is averred therein that under the university grants commission act, 1956, the ugc has been entrusted with the duty, inter alia, to recommend measures for the improvement of university education. the decision in relation to academic matters are arrived at collectively by the commission, which is a multi- .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Mar-15-2004
Reported in : 2004(2)ALD(Cri)270; JT2004(3)SC391; 2004(3)SCALE267; (2004)11SCC585
..... later obeyed the religious order. accused persons proclaimed that they will retaliate if the culprits are not booked before 23rd november, 1988 (i.e. guru nanak jayanthi) as a part of terrorist activity to create terror in the minds of moderate sikhs.8. on 28.12.1988, two vehicles bearing ..... view to take over the seat of the deceased. dilbagh singh (a-4) a native of amritsar and active member of all india sikh student federation, punjab, sought his admission in gurunanak dev engineering college, bidar, and started enlisting students from north india into his pro-khalistan activities and ..... together on their face value, should indicate the meeting of the minds between the conspirators for the intended object of committing an illegal act or an act which is not illegal, by illegal means. a few bits here and a few bits there on which the prosecution relies cannot ..... assisting the deceased in his religious activities, felt disappointed and aggrieved by his non-inclusion as member of the trust of prabhandak committee, nanak jheera trust in 1987. nishan singh (a-3) was residing in bidar since september 1987 as representative of baba charan singh who was ..... activities. deceased had established many educational institutions to serve sikh community like gurunanak hospital in 1969, gurunanak public school bidar in 1975, gurunanak school at hyderabad in 1978 and could successfully establish gurunanak dev engineering college at bidar in august, 1980. accused persons intended to take over the said .....Tag this Judgment!