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Nov 18 1975 (HC)

The Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Rajendranagar Vs. Mahmoodu ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1976AP134

..... the act to the city civil court, hyderabad, and the same was numbered as o.p. 236/69. the second additional chief judge of that court enhanced the rate to re. 0.75 per square yard by his order dated 10th december, 1970. the special tahsildar, who is the land acquisition officer, did not prefer any appeal, but the andhra pradesh agricultural university (hereinafter ..... 151, c.p.c. must be held to have been positively excluded. in s.m. singh v. punjab university, land was acquired for the punjab university. the claimant sought to prefer an appeal in regard to the quantum of compensation against the university. a division bench of the punjab and haryana high court held that the acquisition was made by the government for the benefit of the ..... as such was a proper party within the meaning of order 1, rule 10, c.p.c. in h.s. & industries v. state, , a learned single judge of the punjab and haryana high court also took the view that a person, who had to pay the compensation, can be impleaded as a party under order 1, rule 10, c.p.c. in ..... university and therefore when an appeal is preferred by the claimant, it must be against the government and not the university. it, therefore, held that an appeal filed making only .....

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Apr 23 1982 (HC)

Chevuru Suryanarayana Reddy and ors. Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1983AP17

..... land holders at enormous cost where such lands could be taken possession of as surplus land by paying the compensation envisaged under the andhra pradesh land reforms (ceiling on agricultural holdings) act which is very insignificant as compared to the market value of the lands which is required to be paid if the land is acquired under the provisions of the land ..... whether power under section 17(4) was exercised mechanically or otherwise is a question of fact which can be decided on a consideration of all the relevant circumstances and no universal proposition can be laid down that long delay by itself is sufficient to prove that the power was exercised mechanically. i do not think my learned brother, ramachandra rao, j ..... hold that there was never any urgency.................. .........................'that was a case in which government took the decision to acquire the land on 19-5-1970 but did not publish the notification in the gazetee till 24-9-1970 and published the notification under s. 6 on 25-2-1971 but took no steps to take possession of the land and it was ..... haryana high court in rattan singh v. state of punjab, stating, that the object of giving publicity to the substance of the notification in the concerned locality is to make known to the affected persons the intention of the government to acquire lands and give an opportunity to the land owners to file objections under s. 5-a of the act against the .....

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Apr 08 1983 (HC)

D.K.V. Prasada Rao and ors. Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1984AP75

..... are only made to select candidates. once candidates are selected and were admitted into courses, the rules ceased to have any application and thereafter the students are bound by the university act and the statutes made thereunder. on that premise he urges that once the rules were made for construction of the theatres, and the theatres are constructed as per the rules ..... a lower rate of maximum rent payable in any particular area it is expected to adopt a basis which is suitable to that particular area. the relevant conditions of agriculture would not be uniform in different areas and the problem of fixing a reduced maximum rent payable in the respective areas would have to be tackled in the light of ..... khammam, nizambad and mahboobnagar districts are the petitioners. they invoked the constitutional remedy under article 226 impugning 'the vires of r. 12 (3)' of the andhra pradesh cinema (regulation) rules, (1970), hereinafter called 'the impugned rule', mounting three pronged attack viz., infringement of their fundamental right to carry on trade or business in exhibiting cinematographs, on the anvil of (1) smack ..... chand v. union of india, : air1979delhi249 , a single judge's decision of the punjab and haryana high court in deepak theatres, dhuri v. state, and also a judgment of the madras high court in royal arts v. state, : air1969mad211 . he further contended that in construcing the provisions of the act for the purpose of ascertaining its intention the law laid down in pathumma .....

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Apr 12 1985 (HC)

B. Suryanarayana and ors. Vs. the Kolluru Parvathi Co-op Bank Ltd. and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1986AP244

..... would not necessarily encroach upon the power of central legislature to control the conduct of banking business of a co-operative societies.' 5. likewise the punjab and haryana high court has also taken similar view in a case reported in sadhu singh v. state .6. examined in the light of the above ..... activities of the co-operative society. a co-operative society may engage itself in the matter of supplying to its members the various implements of agricultural, industrial or the commodities like fertilizer, seeds and so on. it may also lend the amount in cash to its members or receive the cash ..... so also item 32 of the state list deals with incorporation, regulation and winding up of corporations other than those specified in list i, and universities, union-corporated trading literary, scientific, religious and other societies and associations; co-operative societies.the supreme court had an occasion to deal with this aspect ..... that the first respondent-bank is eligible co-operative bank within the meaning of s. 115-a of the act. chapter xiiia was inserted by the a. p. act. no. 10 of 1970 in the act. the object of this amendment is that a bank which comes under eligible co-operative bank, in case ..... incorporation, regulation and winding up of corporations whether trading or not, with objects not confined to one state, but not including universities'. entry 45 is 'banking'. entry 32 of list ii is 'incorporation, regulation and winding up of corporations, other then those specified in list i, .....

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Jan 21 1998 (HC)

Amati Hymavathi and anr. Vs. Nissankararao Srikrishnamurthy and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000ACJ350; 1998(3)ALD244; 1998(4)ALT26

..... granted taking into account the over all circumstances of the case, following bimala devi's case. therefore, the view of the high court of punjab and haryana consistently taken is that conventional sums are to be awarded depending upon the age of the deceased and the totality of the circumstances.26. the high ..... work called conjectures. in this regard, there is a valuable article and paper published by one smt. s. lalitha, reader, department of law, sri krishnadevaraya university, anantapur (1991 acj at page xviii) under the caption 'compensation for the death of children in motor accidents' to provide some solutions. the learned author ..... supreme court on the question.11. the earliest case of the supreme court appears to be in c.k. subramania iyer v. t. kunhi kuttan nair, 1970 acj 110, following the decision of the supreme court in gobald motor services td., and another v. r.m.k. veluswami and another, : [1962]1scr929 ..... cases. that has to be worked out for each case depending upon the facts and circumstances of the case subramanya iyer v. kunhi kutti, air 1970 sc 376. a particular item of loss in a particular case may not be there for other cases. therefore, any categorisation or classification of items ..... concept of minimum compensation by virtue of section 92-a of 1939 act for the death of a child immaterial of the age. however, it was a case where the boy was found to be earning and assisting the parents in agricultural work.15. in anjamuri zeorge v. gudala rama nageswara rao, 1993 .....

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Feb 01 2000 (HC)

Madanapalli Institute of Technology and Science and Others Vs. State o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(2)ALD179; 2000(1)ALT666

..... sentences used in the commissionerale act may be different from those used in the ugc act, but nevertheless, they convey the same meaning.......'29. the dentisls act, 1948. the university grants commission act, 1956, indian medical council act, 1956, the indian veterinary council act, 1984, the indian medicine central council act, 1970 and all india council for technical education act, 1987 are some of the ..... icar) issued a notification in employment news bulletin stating that the icar will conduct all india common entrance test for filling up 15% of the seats in agricultural universities. the veterinary council filed a suit in delhi high court seeking a declaration and permanent injunction. a learned single judge granted the same. icar carried the ..... to time provide for constitution of various authorities to deal with various stages of medical and engineering admissions. these stages include (i) calling for applications and conducting engineering, agriculture, medical common entrance test, popularly known as eamcet; (ii) calling for applications by the admission committee for the purpose of allotting students to various colleges keeping in ..... entries 65and 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution. in state of punjab v. remika singh, : air1994sc595 , the supreme court considered the effect of sections 10a and 10b of the dentists act. the high court of punjab and haryana directed that the respondent no. 1 be admitted against the seat reserved for candidates belonging to .....

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Dec 08 2000 (HC)

D. Sesharani and Ors. Vs. Managing Director, A.P. Women's Co-op. Finan ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2001(2)ALT607

..... held that effect of the proviso, introduced to section 7(1), 13, 13-a to 13-d in the principal act, viz., punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 (as amended by haryana amendment act of 1974) is intended to make the earlier decisions of the high court ineffective. the relevant portion of paragraphs 30 ..... who are working for decades and who might have crossed the upper age limit prescribed for appointment in public services.88. in g.b. pant university of agriculture and technology, patnagar, naintial v. state of uttar pradesh and ors, 2000 (5) supreme 477 their lordships while rejecting a similar contention advanced ..... in state of rajasthan v. dinesh kumar bharti, : (1997)illj849sc in that case the respondent was appointed on ad hoc basis as teacher in 1970 and subsequently a screening committee was constituted to regularise the services of ad hoc teachers, found that the respondent was not found fit to be confirmed. ..... permanency or for higher pay shall have to be decided on the merits of their own cases.'125. in another decision in g.b. pant university of agriculture and technology v. state of u.p., : (2000)iillj1109sc it was held thus:'in a faint attempt mr. trivedi wanted to introduce a ..... contexts before arriving at the solution. it has been contended that the plea that the financial implications would be rather much too heavy on the university to be borne by it and unless state assistance is made available, it would a well nigh impossibility to meet the burden, we are, .....

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Nov 12 2001 (HC)

Ganesh Traders Vs. District Collector, Karimnagar and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(1)ALD210; 2002(1)ALD(Cri)137; 2002(1)ALT611; 2002CriLJ1105

..... the above said lands, that they prepared jaggery by crushing sugarcane and that while transporting 636 pieces of black jaggery weighing 10176 kgs which is agricultural produce to sell the same to jaggery merchants in bhongiri and suryapet of nalgonda districts, the lorry was seized by the respondents together with jaggery ..... of construction is subject to exceptions, just as it is not permissible to add words or to fill in a gap or lacuna. similarly it is of universal application that effort should be made to give meaning to each and every word used by the legislature. 69. in p.k. unni v. nirmala ..... order which prohibited export of food grains without permit is not attracted. the supreme court after referring to earlier judgments in mulkiat singh v. state of punjab, : 1970crilj750 , acquitted the appellants holding that: we say this because the question of distance assumes importance in the light of the decision of this ..... a stigma, even though an absolute discharge is given. if an offence carries a heavy penalty, the stigma will be correspondingly greater. (sweet v. parsley, 1970 ac 132 at 149). this is an important consideration in determining whether parliament intended to require mens rea. [r v. phekoo, (1981) 1 wlr 1117]. ..... the legislature. in doing so 'a judge must not alter the material of which the act is woven, but he can and should iron out the creases',70. in goodyear india ltd and ors. v. state of haryana and anr., , it is held: .it has always been said to be important to .....

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Sep 10 2003 (HC)

State Government Pensioners Association Vs. State of A.P. and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2004(1)ALD338

..... structure of emoluments and those conditions of service of various categories of employees of the state government, local bodies and aided institutions, non-teaching staff of universities including acharya n.g. ranga agricultural university, jawaharlal nehru technological university, regional engineering college, warangal, work-charged employees and full-time contingent employees, which have a financial bearing, taking into account the total packet of benefits ..... based on a concession said to have been made by the advocate-general who appeared for the state. and also to a decision of the allahabad high court and punjab and haryana high court. in none of these decisions the relevant passage from nakara case was considered. nor was the aspect regarding prospective operation considered on principle. the high court ..... prospectively so as to apply to only those who are in the employment on the date of the upward revision. those who were in employment say in 1950, 1960 or 1970, lived, spent, and saved, on the basis of the then prevailing cost of living structure and pay scale structure, cannot invoke article 14 in order to claim the higher ..... was arrived at by the government after consultation with the recognized unions, such a decision cannot be unilaterally altered to their prejudice and thus the government is estopped from acting in derogation of the decisions taken. they also contended that when once the pension has been fixed on the basis of notional pay drawn, there is no reason why .....

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Jan 29 2004 (HC)

Ranga Reddy District Sarpanches' Association and Ors. Vs. Government o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD1; 2004(1)ALT659

..... question that has no simple answer. each of the identified theories themselves invite interpretation. richard h. fallon jr., of the harvard university, after explaining the bases of each of the theories, argues that the supervening value of democracy does not undermine the competence of ..... may be prescribed. section 40(2) mandates the constitution of functional committees for agriculture, public health, water supply, sanitation, family planning, education, communication and for other purposes of the act; the constitution including co-option of members who are not members of the gram ..... the constitution. to cite a few judicial pronouncements on the question of repugnancy : karunanidhi v. union of india, : 1979crilj773 , raghubir v. state of haryana, : 1981crilj1497 , t.k.v.t.s.s. medical and educational charitable trust v. state of tamilnadu, air 1996 sc 2384, deepchand v. ..... a.p., : air2001sc1560 , a.p. sarpanchas association v. government of andhra pradesh, 2001 (4) ald 704, and ajit singh v. state of punjab, : air1999sc3471 ].(i) the courts cannot define the term 'local self-government' when the constitution has not chosen to enunciate objective standards to determine this ..... constitution being treated always as a living document. specific provision prevails over general provision (see harakchand ratanchand banthia v. union of india, : [1970]1scr479 , and the decision referred (supra) (south india corporation private limited v. secretary, board of revenue, trivandrum and anr.). where .....

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