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Feb 21 1968 (HC)

Grand Cinema, Mansa Vs. Entertainment Tax Officer, Bhatinda and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-21-1968

Reported in : AIR1969P& H98

..... a penalty has been imposed on him under sub-section (1)'. the only other provision, that need be noticed, is section 8 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act (act 11 of 1952). section 8 of this act has been amended by the punjab cinemas (regulation) amendment act (act no. 4 of 1963). the amended section 8, as it stands now is reproduced below:-8. (1) notwithstanding anything contained in this ..... act, the state government or the licensing authority may, at any time, suspend, cancel or revoke a licence, granted under section 5, on one or ..... and which, in our opinion, really concludes the matter.3. the principal question, that requires determination is, whether section 4 of the punjab taxation laws (amendment) act, 1963, which introduced section 14-a in the punjab entertainments duty act (act no. xvi of 1955), is ultra vires article 14 of the constitution of india?4. the petitioner, in both the cases, is ..... grand cinema mansa, and has filed the present petitions through shri dev bhushan, manager and shri jagdish lal sharma, partner. in both these petitions, action taken by .....

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Nov 21 1968 (SC)

The Purtabpore Co., Ltd. Vs. Cane Commissioner of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-21-1968

Reported in : AIR1970SC1896; (1969)1SCC308; [1969]2SCR807

..... the state government was not justified in assuming jurisdiction which had been conferred on the licensing authority by section 5(1) and (2) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act. for the reasons mentioned above we hold that the impugned orders are liable to be struck down as they were not made by the prescribed authority ..... was decided by the central government where a review had been applied for. rule 52 of the rules framed under the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, no. 53 of 1941, which gives the aggrieved party the right to a review created a lis between him and the lessee, and ..... adopted, the effect of the decision on the persona affected and other indicia afforded by the statute. the mere fact that the act in question or the relevant regulations do not make it obligatory on the authority to call for an explanation and to hear the person concerned is not conclusive on ..... be manufactured from sugarcane except under and in accordance with the conditions specified in the licence issued in this behalf; (f) prohibit or restrict or otherwise regulate the export of sugarcane from any area (including a reserved area) except under and in accordance with a permit issued in this behalf. (2) ..... made for them to be given binding instructions by a superior. 13. in commissioner of police, bombay v. gordhandas bhanji, : [1952]1scr135 this court struck down the order purported to have been passed by the commissioner of police in the exercise of his powers under the bombay police .....

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Aug 22 1968 (HC)

Union of India and ors. Vs. P.C. Bahl and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-22-1968

Reported in : AIR1969P& H161

..... records justify their being so assigned. mr. sibal, therefore, contends that it is clear that the committee was alive to the requirements of regulations 5 (3) and has acted in strict compliance therewith. the submission is that reference to the record is the reason for placing the junior officer above respondent no. 1 ..... the select list. on the 98th of novermber, 1965, respondent no. 1 made a representation to the state of punjab that his name should be placed in accordance with the regulation 5 (3) so that the seniority which was reflected in the state seniority list be given effect to while arranging ..... be merely academic. the learned counsel for the appellants has also relied on a division bench authority oft his court reported as harpal singh v. state of punjab civil writ no. 2861 of 1965, d/- 14-9-1967 (punj & har) in which also similar question was raised . we have, however, been ..... aspect in all its three aspects. firstly as regards the process of selection, it is noticeable that on the averments made on behalf of the state of punjab, the name of respondent no. 1 was considered in march, 1956; july, 1967; february, 1958; september, 1958 and december 1959, by; the statutory ..... this representation was annexed as annexure 'c to the original writ petition. a reply thereto was received from the chief secretary to the government of punjab dated the 27th of april 1966, which informed respondent no. 1 that the indian administrative service selection committee which had met on the 21st of .....

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May 20 1968 (HC)

Shanthi Saroop Sharma and anr. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-20-1968

Reported in : AIR1969P& H79

..... own.75. the objection raised by all the learned counsel for the different petitioners that section 15 of the mines and minerals (regulation and development ) act, 1957 (hereinafter called the act ) does not empower the state government to ask for royalties is hardly tenable. under entry no. 54 of list i in ..... imposition was valid and did not offend against the provisions of article 265 of the constitution or section 15 of the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, 1957.33. the petitioner's learned counsel has vehemently argued before us that though the patna high court was right in holding that ..... payable to th government by all persons obtaining mining leases with respect to minor minerals and section 15(1) of the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, 1957, did not specifically empower the state government to impose royalty.32. though a division bench of th patna high court had also ..... of the petitioners that the royalty imposed by the state under the punjab rules is, in fact, a tax, that the state in excise of this power to regulate minor minerals by framing necessary rules under section 15 of the act has no authority to charge royalty, that the royalty being a ..... decision was upheld by their lordships of the supreme court in devidass gopalkrishnan v. state of punjab, 1968-20 stc 430= (air 1967 sc 1895). after referring t the earlier decision of that court in calcutta corporation v. liberty cinema, (1965) 2 scr 477= (air 1965 sc 1107), subba rao, c. j. .....

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Apr 24 1968 (HC)

Miss Vimla Chaudhari Vs. the Punjab University, Chandigarh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-24-1968

Reported in : AIR1968P& H555

..... annexure 'a-i') disqualifying miss vimal chaudhary petitioner for a period of two years, i.e. 1967 and 1968 (four sessions) under regulation 13 (b) of part 'd' of the punjab university calendar 1066 (volume i), page 106, for using unfair means at the three year degree course part iii examination in sanskrit paper ..... no possible evidence can normally be forthcoming to show as to what it contained. the necessity of some deliberate, conscious, and overt act for constituting an offence under regulation 13(b) referred to in the judgment of the full bench can possibly lead to a moot point in some of the other ..... mere swallowing of papers found on the person of or in possession of a candidate in the examination hall during a university examination is not punishable under regulation 13(b) (supra); and (2) the non-production of the supervisor and of the superintendent of the examination centre by the university before its ..... possession during an examination otherwise than deliberately or otherwise than by an overt act. i do not think mr. sachar can derive any strength in support of his proposition from certain observations made by me in my judgment, d ..... of any note or paper found on a candidate is concerned, the proof of that particular fact itself automatically envisages a deliberate and conscious overt act on the part of the candidate.i have not been able to imagine a case where a candidate would swallow a paper found in his .....

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Apr 02 1968 (HC)

Shiromani Gurdwaras Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar and anr. Vs. Lachhm ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-02-1968

Reported in : AIR1970P& H40

..... provisions of this section shall apply also to the punjab university constituted under the punjab university act, 1947 (east punjab act 7 of 1947), the punjab agricultural university constituted under the punjab agricultural university act, 1961 (punjab act 32 of 1961), and the board constituted under the provisions of part iii of the sikh gurdwaras act, 1925 (punjab act 8 of 1925).' it is apparent that the ..... members, (c) that the judicial commission has territorial jurisdiction extending over the territories which immediately before november 1, 1966, comprised the state of punjab and the punjab state government after the punjab reorganisation act, 1966 (act 31 of 1966), has no jurisdiction to remove or to appoint members, including a new member, of the judicial commission, and so both ..... statutory corporations. --(1) save as otherwise expressly provided by the foregoing provisions of this part, where any body corporate constituted under a central act state act or provincial act for the existing state of punjab or any part thereof serves the needs of the successor states or has, by virtue of the provisions of part ii, become an ..... of punjab'. so the board under the act as an inter-state body corporate is intended to continue as such having power, authority and jurisdiction over all the four parts of the 'existing state of punjab' after the reorganisation. in list i -- union list -- in the seventh schedule to the constitution, entry 44 reads --'44. incorporation, regulation and .....

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Mar 29 1968 (HC)

Khalsa College, Amritsar Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-29-1968

Reported in : AIR1968P& H403

..... . sodhi sought to contend that section 31 (1) will cover the case. section 31 (1) merely states that the senate, with the sanction of the government, can make regulations consistent with the act to provide for all matters relating to the university. the learned counsel is unable to explain how a provision for pension or gratuity for the teachers of private colleges ..... , learned counsel for the petitioner, has urged that rules 10 and 15 are violative of article 30 of the constitution, whereas rules 9 and 17 are violative of the punjab university act. the contention regarding rule 10 is that by the process of election by the teachers of two representatives to the governing body, there is a chance that a non-sikh ..... due to non-co-operative attitude of any of the parties or their nominees, be competent to give an award in the case. the indian arbitration act of 1940 shall apply to an arbitration under this regulation for matters not specifically provided for. 17. in addition to the benefits given under the provident fund rules, the management shall grant at the time ..... article 30 of the constitution of india and sections 27 and 31 of the punjab university act. section 27 deals with the affiliation of colleges to the university and section 31 confers power on the senate, with the sanction of the government, to frame regulations, consistent with the university act, to provide for all matters relating lo the university. according to the university all .....

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Oct 30 1968 (HC)

Straw Products Ltd. Vs. Registrar of Companies

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Oct-30-1968

Reported in : AIR1969Ori91

..... a special resolution to alter the memorandum of association by adding a new object, viz. to acquire or take over on hire, picture houses, cinemas, theatres etc. and applied to the court for confirmation of the resolution. the application was rejected on the ground that there is no suggestion ..... business of the company, and it is not destructive of or inconsistent with the existing business. practically the same view was taken by the punjab high court in the case reported in (1963) 33 com cas 585 (punj).in another case of the same high court reported in (1963 ..... the cover of vague and ambiguous object clause in the memorandum, the court should not confirm its resolutions.8. section 17 oi the companies act deals with the special resolution for alteration of the memorandum of a company and its confirmation by the court. sub-sections (1) and ( ..... or establish as electrical contractors, engineers, etc. and to take and execute contracts forthe erection and distribution of transmission lines and sub-stations.(15) to act as stockists, commission agents, manufacturers' representatives or agents, selling and purchasing agents, dealers, suppliers, distributors, brokers, trustees, attorneys and to transact all ..... 4. subsequently by another resolution of the company (annexure 'd') duly passed is accordance with sub-section (2) or section 189 of the act at an extraordinary general meeting of the members held on the 6th december 1967 at the registered office of the company, after due notice dated .....

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Oct 28 1968 (SC)

Hind Trading Company Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-28-1968

Reported in : AIR1970SC1858; [1969]2SCR533

..... granted by the reserve bank of india under notification no. f. 3(84) e.f. vn/56 dated may 4, 1956 issued under section 8(1) of the foreign exchange regulation act. that notification prohibited the import into india of silver coins current in the tibet region of china without the permission of the reserve bank of india. on july 30, 1957 ..... characterized as perverse.12. nor was it proved that the appellant committed any offence under sections 8(1) and section 23a of the foreign exchange regulations act read with sections 19 and 167(8) of the sea customs act. an offence under those sections can be proved by circumstantial evidence, see issardas daulat ram vunion of india, : 1966crilj1507 . in the present case there ..... had been committed and directing confiscation of the goods under those sections read with section 23a of the foreign exchange regulation act. the collector held that (i) the goods were liable to confiscation under section 5(3) of the land customs act as they were not covered by the accompanying import application no. 32; (ii) the appellant failed to prove that the first ..... the secretary to the government of india, ministry of finance, department of revenue on january 16. 1961.3. on november 16, 1962, the appellant filed a writ petition in the punjab high court for quashing the aforesaid decisions and for setting aside the order of confiscation of the silver dollars. on may 14, 1964, shamsher bahadur. j. dismissed the petition. he .....

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Aug 07 1968 (HC)

Sialkot Silk Stores Vs. Chief Commissioner, Union Territory

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-07-1968

Reported in : [1969]23STC51(P& H)

..... the constitution by the petitioner, sialkot silk stores of chandigarh. in the union territory of chandigarh, in view of section 88 of the reorganisation act, punjab act 46 of 1948 continues to be the law in force. it has been one of the contentions on the side of the petitioner that ..... 1966. the union territory of chandigarh is one of the successor states, according to section 2(m) of that act, to the 'existing state of punjab.'2. in the punjab general sales tax act, 1948 (punjab act 46 of 1948), sub-section (2) of section 6 provides that the state government, after giving by notification not ..... carry out the amendment as has been done. any amendment, without satisfying the condition precedent as in sub-section (2) of section 6 of punjab act 46 of 1948, cannot be held valid. so even this consideration does not advance the argument on the side of the respondent.7. the ..... the appointed day.' consequently, as said already, punjab act 46 of 1948 continues to be the law in force in the union territory of chandigarh. in section 2(g) of act 31 of 1966 the term 'law' has been defined to include 'any enactment, ordinance, regulation, order, bye-law, rule, scheme, notification or ..... other instrument having, immediately before the appointed day, the force of law in the whole or in any part of the existing state of punjab.' there is no manner of doubt that punjab act 46 of 1948 answers to this definition .....

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