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Dec 09 1965 (SC)

State of Punjab and anr. Vs. Hari Krishan Sharma

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1965

Reported in : AIR1966SC1081; [1966]2SCR982

..... which arises in this appeal relates to the construction of section 5(2) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 (no. 11 of 1952) (hereinafter called 'the act'). the respondent, hari krishan sharma, who claims to be owner of a certain site in the town of jhajjar, desired to construct a cinema hall at the said place for the purpose of exhibiting cinematographs. on december 16, 1956 ..... 3 of the act provides that no person shall give an exhibition, by means of a cinematographs, elsewhere that in a place licensed ..... of the act. that is how the question about the construction of s. 5(2) falls to be decided in the present appeal. 9. before dealing with this question, we may very briefly indicate the effect of the broad provisions of the act. the act was passed in 1952 in order to make provisions for regulating exhibitions by means of cinematographs in the punjab. section ..... under this act or otherwise than in compliance with any condition and restriction imposed by such licence. section 4 provides that .....

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Nov 15 1965 (HC)

Rasdeep Touring Talkies Vs. District Magistrate and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-15-1965

Reported in : AIR1967P& H219

..... raised one common question of law as to the constitutionality and validity of rule 3(iv) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952, hereinafter called the punjab rules, framed under section 9 of the punjab cinemus (regulation) act, 1952 (punjab act 11 of 1952), hereinafter referred to as the punjab act before dealing with the abovesaid importance question of law, i would give a brief resume of the relevant ..... grant the temporary licence in question to the petitioners, on the solitary ground that a permanentcinema exists in kurukshetra and hold that rule 3(iv) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952, is unconstitutional and void and that the petitioners are entitled to have their applications for grant of temporary licence underrule 3(i) of the said rules disposed ..... case where it is proposed to install a touring cinematograph in a building, the provisions of the rules in part iii of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952, should be strictly complied with by the licensees.' by punjab government notification, dated august 8, 1955, the following was substituted as sub-rule (iv) of rule 3 :--'a licence to a ..... purpose of the 1952 act was to resolve the confusion by re-enacting the provisions of the 1918 act, as subsequently amended, separating the provisions relating to the sanctioning of films for exhibition (a union subject) from the provisions relating to licensing and regulation of cinemas, which is a state subject.9. the preamble of the punjab act shows that it was .....

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Nov 15 1965 (HC)

Municipal Committee Amritsar and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab Through ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-15-1965

Reported in : AIR1966P&H232

..... the question that arises for decision is whether these resolutions can be held to have been passed under section 3 of the act, because punjab act 22 of 1959 was published in the punjab gazette on 17th of june 1959, whereas these resolutions, as already mentioned above, were passed on 31st of december 1958 ..... properties or to make contributions to government, therefore, it was considered desirable to pass a law in that respect this resulted in the passing of punjab act 22 of 1959 by the legislature. under these circumstances, it is clear that it is the legislature which has given retrospective effect to the ..... effect from 1-10-1957 it was not disputed before us that the legislature could pass a law retrospectively. in the present case, it was punjab act 22 of 1959, which was made retrospective. section 1(3) thereof says that it shall be deemed to have come into force on the first ..... attracted and the legislation would not be hit by the provisions of article 31 of the constitution. under these circumstances, it cannot be said that punjab act no. 22 of 1959 was, in any way, affected by the infringement of the provisions of article 31 of the constitution.7. as regards ..... schools in the state have been provincialised with effect from the 1st october. 1957 however, there is no provision in the existing punjab municipal law and the punjab district board act requiring these bodies to part with their movable and immovable property or to make contributions to government. it is desirable that the .....

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Dec 13 1965 (HC)

Shyam Sunder Chowdhary Vs. Gift Tax Officer

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-13-1965

Reported in : AIR1967All19; [1967]66ITR74(All)

..... :'the matter enumerated in item 33 of the federal legislative list, list i of the vii schedule to the government of india act, is 'corporations, that is to say the incorporation, regulation and winding up of trading corporation etc.' the subject-matter, therefore, is 'corporations' in item 33 of list i and ..... undertaking or of an electrical undertaking and madras legislature had not obtained the permission of the governor-general under section 104 of the 1935 act the supreme court held that even though item 9 of the concurrent list permitted the provincial legislature to enact laws for compulsory acquisition and ..... it was possible for the provincial legislature to enact a law for the purpose of acquiring the electric companies. in the concurrent list of the 1935 act there was an entry permitting legislation on 'compulsory acquisition of land'' and another permitting legislation on 'electricity' thus enabling the madras legislature to enact ..... from the view we are taking from ralla ram v. province of east punjab . in that case entry 42 in list ii of the seventh schedule of the government of india act, 1935 (hereinafter referred to as the 1935 act) was considered by their lordships. that entry is the same as entry 49 ..... v allah rakhia, air 1947 pc 72. in that case the validity of the punjab restitution of mortgaged lands act was challenged reliance was placed on entry 21 in list ii of the seventh schedule of the 1935 act. that entry reads:'land, that is to say, rights in or over land, .....

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May 24 1965 (HC)

Dalmia Dadri Cement Ltd. Vs. Punjab State and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-24-1965

Reported in : AIR1966P& H214; (1967)ILLJ222P& H

..... original notification in air 1957 sc 676. while dealing with the power to amend a notification under section 18a of the industries (development and regulation) act their lordships of the supreme court observed is (sic)'in the case of an amendment (sic) in (sic) order under section 18a, industries (development and ..... regulation) act in the same manner as the original order, that is, by means of a notified order the only question that has to be decided by ..... a similar question arose in the matter of an amendment of an order made under section 18a of the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951 in that connection, it was held by the supreme court that-'the power to amend, which is included in the power to ..... an industrial dispute exists between the workmen and the management of messrs dalmia dadri cement limited. charkhi dadri. regarding the matter hereinafter appearing; and whereas the governor of punjab considers it desirable to refer the dispute for adjudication; now. therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (d) of sub-section (1) of ..... placed by the learned counsel for the petitioner company in this respect is the judgment of the supreme court in dattatraya moreshwar v state of bombay, air 1952 sc 181, wherein it was held per b. k. mukherjea. j. as follows--'in my opinion, article 166 of the constitution which purports to lay .....

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May 17 1965 (HC)

Karta Ram Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-17-1965

Reported in : AIR1966P& H365

..... nomination papers having therefore been wrongfully accepted, the election has been set aside. the relevant provisions of law are contained in sub-section (5) of section 6 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952, which pro-vides that:'6. (5) no person who is not a member of the sabha and who--(a) ............(b) ............(c) ............(d) ............(e) ............(f) has been notified as disqualified ..... suppressing the fact that he was a dismissed patwari. reliance in this connection was placed on clause (f) of sub-section (5) of section 6 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952, (hereinafter called the act), which reads as under:--'no person who is not a member of the sabha and who--(f) has been notified as disqualified for appointment in public service, except ..... his dismissal from standing for election as a panch under the provisions of section 5 (4) (c) of the gram panchayat act which is analogous to clause (f) of sub-section (5) of section 6 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952. in that case evidence appears to have been recorded and the conclusion drawn was that the petitioner had been dismissed from the ..... be one of the grounds on which a person may be disqualified from holding a public office but we have not been referred to any provision of law, rule, or regulation under which dismissal from public service, for whatever reason it may be, entails disqualification for future appointment in public service, though ordinarily it may not be desirable to consider a .....

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Mar 02 1965 (SC)

Harbhajan Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-02-1965

Reported in : AIR1966SC97; 1966CriLJ82; [1965]3SCR235

..... evidence of kulwant rai of village sirhali,district amritsar. against this witness, cases were pending under s. 8(1) ofthe foreign exchange regulation act, s. 5(3) of the land customs act and s. 19 of the sea customs act. it has also been alleged against him that 140 tolas ofsmuggled gold had been found in his possession. he was also prosecuted by ..... arena and issued a challenge to thenewspapers in question, and it was in response to this challenge that theappellant published the impugned statement. in this statement, the appellantrequested the punjab government to appoint an independent committee ofimpartial judges to investigate the matter, and he undertook to prove the truthof his charge if an independent committee was appointed. in that connection ..... or under the ninth exception. in the result, heconvicted the appellant and sentenced him to one year's simple imprisonment. 11. the appellant then preferred an appeal before the punjab high court,challenging the correctness and propriety of the order of conviction andsentence passed against him by the learned trial judge. before the appellantcourt, the appellant claimed the protection of ..... by the appellant to show that in making this charge, he acted ingood faith. the witness to whose evidence reference has been made by mr. bhasinin respect of this part of the case is mr. k. k. dewett, who was the principalof the punjab university college, hoshiarpur, between june, 1952 and april,1958. the incident to which this witness deposed took .....

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Dec 24 1965 (HC)

Advocate-general, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad Vs. V. Ramana Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-24-1965

Reported in : AIR1967AP299; 1967CriLJ1470

..... to this, held the hyderabad endowment regulation act valid in the director of endowments v. seetarambagh temple, only a few months afterwards' it has been vigorously urged before us by the learned counsel for the respondent that ..... state's advocate general representing the chief secretary and the director of endowments, recorded the compromise which in effect admits the applicability of only particular clauses of the hyderbad endowment regulation act, which on the very face of it is discriminatory and hence not valid. it is surprising that the same supreme court which thus allowed itself to be a party ..... court as a secular comprehensive public charitable trust had a prolonged litigation providing abundant scope for ministerial and official corruption. when the litigation questioning the validity of the hyderabad endowment regulation act was in progress in the supreme court and the audit report of m/s. a. f. furguson & co., was available to the court, corruption reached its claimax the ..... of section 3(1) of the contempt of courts act, 1952. the question, therefore is whether the election tribunal is a court subordinate to this high court.in virindar kumar v. state of punjab, : 1956crilj326 , the supreme court had to consider whether a returning officer acting under section 36 of the representation of the people act, can be regarded as a 'court'. in that .....

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Nov 25 1965 (HC)

Shivkunwarbai Vs. the State and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-25-1965

Reported in : AIR1967MP6

..... -1964 passed by the sub-divisional officer jhahua, in his capacity as the competent authority under section 6 of the madhya pradesh government premises (eviction) act, 1952 (xvi of 1952), which was confirmed in appeal no. 11 of 1963-64 by the collector jhabua, as being without jurisdiction. 3. material facts are as below: ..... a jurisdictional fact? if so is the question rightly decided 5. is the competent authority as a tribunal under the madhya pradesh government premises (eviction) act, 1952, empowered to determine the disputed question as to the title of the state in respect of the premises 6. assuming that the competent authority was so ..... read as 'law'. for if it were law then on integration it had to be respected, by the state of madhya bharat by the regulation of government act no. 1 of 1948 and there would have remained no scope for the government of india to intervene and settle the private property of ..... principle. 39. in air 1961 punj 98 hari kishen das v. union of india, it was held by the punjab high court with reference to punjab public premises and land (eviction and rent recovery) act (31 of 1959), that even a disputed question of title can be determined by the estate officer when he ..... issues notice under section 4 of the act for an action under sction 6 of the act. the high court there .....

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Dec 09 1965 (SC)

Seth Durgaprasad Etc. Vs. H.R. Gomes

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1965

Reported in : 1983(13)ELT1501(SC)

..... addition, i also found documents indicating that the petitioner had resorted to dealings constituting breach of the customs regulations and the regulations under the foreign exchange regulation act punishable under the sea customs act, 1878 and/or the customs act, 1962., the documents, note-books and files which i came across also indicated that the petitioner had ..... 15. this passage was approved by lord porter in united states if america v. dollfus mieg et compagnie s.a. and bank of england [1952] 1 all. 572 and it was held in that case that where a bailor can at any moment demand the return of the object bailed, ..... from shriram bhawan, nagpur and whereas i am of the opinion that the said documents are useful for and relevant to the proceedings under customs act 1962 (act 52 of 1962) i, shri tilak raj, the collector of central excise, having been empowered as collector of customs under notification no. gsr ..... authorisation dated september 24, 1963 issued by the assistant collector of customs, raipur to the superintendent of central excise at nagpur under s. 105 of the customs act which reads as follows : 'shri h. r. gomes, superintendent (prev.) h. qrs., central excise, nagpur. whereas information has been laid before me ..... to the decision of this court in gian chand v. the state of punjab [1962] 1 s.c.r. 364.. in that case, the question debated was whether the presumption under s. 178a of the sea customs act, 1878 - section 178 would arise in respect of an article which was originally .....

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