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May 15 2007 (SC)

Udai Singh Dagar and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2007SC2599; 2007(6)ALLMR(SC)447; 2007(2)BLJR2218; JT2007(7)SC127; 2007(7)SCALE278; (2007)10SCC306

..... the state of gujarat with effect from 1st may, 1960.12. the state of maharashtra enacted the maharashtra veterinary practitioners act, 1971 (for short 'the 1971 act'). the said act came into force from 15th november, 1971. section 15 of the 1971 act mandates the state to cause a register to be prepared for veterinary practitioners of the state and maintained in such form as may be directed. the register is to contain the ..... that the non-graduate veterinary practitioners who are registered under the maharashtra veterinary practitioners act, 1971 (for short to be referred as 'the state veterinary act') are eligible to practice veterinary medicine in the same manner and on such conditions as they were prior to coming into force of the indian veterinary councils act, 1984 ('central veterinary act' for short) in the state of maharashtra;(b) to declare that non-graduate veterinary practitioners who are eligible to ..... be registered under the state veterinary act will be .....

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Oct 29 2015 (HC)

Dr. Ramdas Laxmanrao Khesar and Others Vs. The State of Maharashtra, T ...

Court : Mumbai Aurangabad

..... out of the petition for special leave to appeal (civil) no. 11880 of 2006. the learned a.g.p. further submits that the maharashtra veterinary practitioners act, 1971 has been repealed with adoption of indian veterinary council act, 1984 in the state of maharashtra w.e.f. 1.8.1997 and therefore, the nature of work and duties to be performed by the graduate ldos and non graduates ..... specifically provided through [maharashtra veterinary practitioners act 1971] to the persons registered under clause (b) and (c) of that act before 1.8.1971 may not be disturbed while implementing indian veterinary council act 1984 in the state of maharashtra. needless to repeat here that all petitioners are amongst those, who have registered themselves in part i register maintained by the maharashtra veterinary council under the provisions of maharashtra veterinary practitioners act 1971 and thus stood protected ..... 4.1.2002 that the rights and privileges of the persons already enrolled under the council as per the maharashtra veterinary practitioners act 1971 prior to 1.8.1997 are not at all disturbed and are fully protected. similarly, a communication forwarded by the secretary of veterinary council of india, new delhi, dated 2.5.2000 (exh. k, page 104) of the compilation of writ petition .....

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Jul 04 2006 (SC)

M.S. Narayana Menon @ Mani Vs. State of Kerala and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2006SC3366; III(2006)BC433; [2006]132CompCas450(SC); (2006)6CompLJ39(SC); 2006CriLJ4607; 2006(3)CTC730; JT2006(6)SC72; 2006(3)KLT404(SC); 2006(5)MhLj676; 2006MPLJ97(SC);

..... of an issue lies upon the accused, he is not required to discharge that burden by leading evidence to prove his case beyond a reasonable doubt....[see also state of maharashtra v. wasudeo ramchandra kaidalwar : 1981crilj884 ]29. in kali ram v. state of himachal pradesh : 1974crilj1 , khanna, j., speaking for the 3-judge bench, held:.one of the cardinal principles which ..... g. vasu v. syed yaseen sifuddin quadri : air1987ap139 . in an instructive judgment, rao, j. (as his lordship then was) speaking for the full bench noticed various provisions of the evidence act as also a large number of case laws and authorities in opining:from the aforesaid authorities, we hold that once the defendant adduces evidence to the satisfaction of the court ..... believes that the consideration does not exist or considers the non-existence of the consideration so probable that a prudent man ought, under the circumstances of the particular case, to act upon the supposition that the consideration does not exist. for rebutting such presumption, what is needed is to raise a probable defence. even for the said purpose, the evidence adduced ..... law that once the accused discharges the initial burden placed on him, the burden of proof would revert back to the prosecution. the high court, according to the learned counsel, acted illegally and without jurisdiction in arriving at the finding that it was for the accused to prove his innocence by adducing positive evidence for rebutting the statutory presumption that he .....

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Apr 13 2000 (SC)

T.N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (2002)10SCC644

the text below is only a summarized version of the order pronouncedsupreme court directed instructions to additional solicitor general to study feasibility of constituting state level authorities in line with authority constituted by state for forest protection. directed central government to constitute committee at national level in nature of supervisory or appellate authority over state authorities. such national committee to have technical expertise to deal with problems at present handled by high court to dispose them expeditiously keeping in mind principle of sustainable development.

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Apr 17 2000 (SC)

T.N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2001(4)SCALE604; (2002)10SCC646

the text below is only a summarized version of the order pronouncedcourt issued instruction to state to file affidavit regarding steps taken about afforestation after receiving money for same. issued instruction to state therein to show cause why money raised had not been spent on carrying out afforestation. directed high power committee to supervise and investigate matters of all illegal timbre.

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Apr 24 2000 (SC)

T.N. Godavarman Thirumulpad Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2001(4)SCALE228; (2002)10SCC649

the text below is only a summarized version of the order pronouncedapplication filed by state related to felling of trees and extraction of certain number of sal trees. supreme court directed that this exercise to be undertaken by state under supervision of scientist of entomology division of forest research institute at dehradun.

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Nov 21 2000 (SC)

M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2000(8)SCALE395; (2002)10SCC664

orderm. jagannadha rao and m.b. shah, jj.i.a. nos. 98 and 1131. issue notice.2. learned counsel mr. c.v. subba rao accepts notice on behalf of union of india.3. learned solicitor general seeks and is granted four weeks' time for filing counter affidavit. 4. both the ias to be taken up together. ia no. 1115. list the ia for orders on 23-11-2000. ia nos. 64 & 656. in the order dated november 7, 2000 for the words 'district judge' the words 'district magistrate' is substituted. 7. in respect of order dated november 14, 2000 the following corrections are made : 8. for the words 'regarding the rest of the industries other than 40 foundry industries, it would be open to them to switch over to gas based cupola or to shift to other plots which are allotted to them by the ada outside the area of taj trapezium' the words 'regarding the rest of the industries other than 40 foundry industries, it would be open to them to switch over to gas based technology or electricity or any better eco friendly (other than coal, coke or diesel) non polluting technology or to shift to other plots which are allotted to them by the ada outside the area of taj trapezium/' are substituted.9. for the words 'it is however, made clear that, in as much as the foundries have already entered into an agreement, tata korf ltd. will be proceeding on accepted basis that 40 foundries will necessarily take this technology' at page 3/4 starting from the last 3 lines the words 'it is however, made clear that, in as much .....

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Jul 20 2000 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) and ors. Vs. Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2001(73)ECC649; 2001(127)ELT322(SC); JT2000(10)SC181; (2002)10SCC687

order1. two questions which arise for consideration in this appeal are whether aluminium strips, which is an interments product during the course of the manufacture by the respondent, is a marketable commodity or not and secondly, whether the principle of unjust enrichment would apply to the present case.2. the question as to whether the intermediate product is a marketable commodity or not, is essentially a question of fact. the judgment under appeal, arises from a writ petition having been filed by the respondents wherein, the main contention raised was with regard to the vires of rule 9 of the central excise rules. that point was not gone into, the vires being ultimately upheld by this court and the writ petition was allowed with the high court coming to the conclusion that the intermediate product was not a marketable commodity.3. in our opinion, this is essentially a question of fact, which should first be decided by the excise authorities before whom parties would be in a position to lead evidence. it is contended by mr. hidayatullah that the type of metal strip which comes into being at the intermediate stage is certainly not a commodity known to the market, not available in the market and therefore cannot be regarded as goods and hence not taxable. as we have already observed, this contention does not seem to have been considered, perhaps not raised at an earlier stage and it would therefore be appropriate that the adjudicating authority or the collector (appeals) .....

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Mar 13 2000 (SC)

Secretary, Sarvodaya Educational Society (Regd.) Vs. Ginjala Panasaiah ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : JT2000(7)SC448; (2002)10SCC691; (2000)3UPLBEC2303

..... perused the record. it is not disputed that the acquisition and transfer of immovable property which vests in the gram panchayat are governed by the rules framed under gram panchayat act. the said rules do not permit that the land which vests in the state is to be transferred through a public auction. moreover, any property including any vacant land which .....

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Jul 18 2000 (SC)

Braj Kishore Prasad Srivastava Vs. Bihar State Electricity Board and o ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : [2000(87)FLR292]; JT2000(10)SC320; (2001)ILLJ136SC; (2002)10SCC706

order1. this appeal is by an employee of the bihar state electricity board and he was serving as deputy director of accounts. while continuing as such, as his case for promotion was not considered by the appropriate authority on account of the pendency of disciplinary proceedings against him, he moved the high court of patna and having been unsuccessful therein, he moved this court and this court granted leave. during the pendency of this appeal, where the question for consideration is whether the appellant was denied of a constitutional right of consideration for promotion, and thereby there has been a violation of articles 16 and 14, the disciplinary proceedings has been concluded. even thereafter the appellant superannuated from the service. the appellant assails the legality of the said order of punishment inflicted in the disciplinary proceedings by filing a writ petition in the high court of patna, and that writ petition was dismissed illumine against which a letter patent appeal has been preferred in the high court of patna. in view of the order of punishment inflicted upon the appellant in the disciplinary proceedings, while the appeal was pending this court, and the legality of that order of punishment being under challenge in letter patent appeal pending before the high court of patna, this appeal has become infructuous. the question of any direction qua non-consideration of appellant's right to be considered for promotion would depend upon the result of the letter .....

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