Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2010)157PLR1
..... raise, amongst others, important common questions of law, based on some what identical facts, relating to challenge to the validity of (i) the punjab infrastructure development ordinance 1998 (punjab ordinance no. 7 of 1998)/the punjab infrastructure development act 1998 (punjab act no. 1 of 1999) and the punjab infrastructure development cess (collection) rules, 1998 framed thereunder:(ii ) the punjab infrastructure (development & regulation) act, 2002 (inclusive of schedule i, ii and iii); (iii) levy of cess under 1998 ordinance ..... /act and rules @ 1%, and fee @ 3% (though chargeable upto 6% ) under the 2002 act, on ad valorem basis on sale and purchase of all agricultural produces except ..... fruits, vegetables and pulses; (iv) use of machinery as provided under the punjab .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR2002SC1913; JT2002(4)SC271; (2002)3PLR248; 2002(3)SCALE714; (2002)9SCC108; 3SCR226
..... of the statute applicable in the case. the fighting of land in controversy is alleged to be violative of the provisions of section 5a of the punjab common land (regulations) act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), the transfer has been termed to be illegal and void-ab-initio. the respondent-state and the gram panchayat are also alleged to have violated rule ..... land, gifted to the respondent, was never intended to be utilised only for civil dispensary as being sought to be made out in the writ petition. apart from creating the infrastructure on the land gifted to it, the respondent trust is perennially engaged in organising programmes with a view to achieve its objectives mentioned in the deed of declaration. the temple ..... government accorded its approval for making the gift of the land to respondent no. 7 subject to certain conditions. during the pendency of the writ petition, the special secretary, development and panchayat development vide his do letter no. pa-2000/3272 dated 18.7.2000 requested the deputy commissioner, gurgaon to intimate as to whether conditions on which the land was allotted ..... sarpanch of panchayat, bhondsi, to take possession of the land within two months from the date of its constitution and submit its compliance report in this court by 30th july, 2002.iii) the committee appointed in terms of direction no. (ii) shall formulate a scheme for the utilisation of the aforesaid land when its possession is taken from the respondent no .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... structures as existed on the site called shastri nagar have been raised in violation of the punjab new capital (periphery) control act, 1952. the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and the punjab new capital (periphery) control act, 1952 (two acts governing the planning and development of ut, chandigarh) envisaged chandigarh as urbanized town or capital city in which ramshackle construction ..... 7. sh. m.l arora, senior town planner8. sh. vaibhav mittal, promotion & information officer the following decisions were taken:-1. it was decided that the infrastructure development for the second phase consisting of 120 acres for i.t. services and 130 acres for non it service may be taken up by the engineering department as per ..... gujral,home secretarychandigarh administration.chandigarh administration department of personnelorderin pursuance of the government of india, ministry of home affairs, new delhi's order bearing endst. no. 14020/ 9/2002-uts.i, dated the 10th september, 2003, the administrator, union territory.chandigarh is pleased to relieve sh. virendra singh, ias (agmu:69), of the charge of ..... (forenoon) from smt. vineeta rai, ias (agmu:68).r. s. gujral,home secretarychandigarh administration.chandigarh administration department of personnelnotificationdated, the 15.1.2003.no.ih(4)-2002/913consequent upon his appointment as adviser to the administrator, union territory, chandigarh, sh. virendra singh, ias (agmu:1969) took over charge of the said post with .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : AIR2001P& H261
..... the required civic infrastructure and securing the renewal and redevelopment of congested and decayed areas in the existing towns.'a clear statement of objectives and measures.40. it deserves notice that the statute specially repeals the punjab scheduled roads, and controlled areas restrictions of unregulated development act, 1963, and the punjab urban estates (development and regulation) act, 1964. it is further provided that the 'punjab housing development board act, 1972 shall ..... stand repealed on and with effect from the date on which the punjab housing development board is abolished under section 148 of this act.'41. on a perusal of the above ..... meet the needs made manifest by experience. the act has been promulgated by the legislature with the object of creating and constituting the state regional and town planning and development board. the purposes of creating this board and the other authorities is to regulate and promote urban development. it is also intended to create an infrastructure that would establish new towns and improve the already .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
..... regulations in force and the tariff for such power 22 purchase will be determined by the appropriate regulatory commission. .17. it is further submitted on behalf of the state that the allegation that the kvk has paid the cost of the land, is wholly false and incorrect. reference is made to section-20 of the industrial infrastructure developments corporation act, 1980 (idco act ..... fide or colourable exercise of power. it is well settled by the hon ble supreme court both in the case of somawanti v. state of punjab (supra) and pratibha nema (supra) that the conclusiveness of section-6 declaration is open to challenge only on the ground of colourable exercise of power ..... of colorable exercise of power . by the state government is concerned, the hon ble supreme court in various judgments including in somawanti vs. state of punjab air 1963 sc 151 (quoted in para 12 of pratibha nema case (supra) has held that conclusiveness of section 6 declaration is open to challenge only ..... was placed by mr. patnaik on the judgment of the hon ble supreme court in the case of smt. 38 somawanti and others vs. state of punjab and others, air 1963 sc 151, which was quoted with approval in the case of pratibha nema vs. state of madhya pradesh, (2003) 10 scc ..... state of orissa & ors., 2010(ii)ilr cutt. 1008 centre for pil v. u.o.i, (2012) 3 scc 1 devinder singh v. state of punjab, (2008) 1 scc 728 surinder singh brar v. union of india, (2013) 1 scc 403. submissions of learned advocate general 16. it is submitted by .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... political party or issue a certificate under the income tax act, section 21 has no application and confers no power to review such an act because the party has violated a provision of the constitution of law, vide indian national congress (i) vs. institute of social welfare10 and industrial 10 (2002) 5 scc68519 infrastructure development corporation (gwalior) m.p. ltd. vs. commissioner of ..... to arrogate these powers to itself. according to the learned senior counsel, these conditions are ultra-vires the provisions of the act and the regulations. relying on the condition no.(vii), the learned counsel for 20. the state of punjab, ms. uttara babbar submitted that the state government has the power to carry out inspections, since it is responsible for ..... view of the above, we find that condition no.(xi) is ultra- 33. vires the provisions of the imc act and regulations. in the result, the order dated 01.11.2017, issued by respondent no.1- state of punjab, withdrawing the essentiality certificate is quashed and set aside and condition nos.(vii) and (xi) are declared illegal. accordingly, the writ ..... government and potentially, result in conflicting inspection reports. the condition imposed by the state government is therefore ultra-vires the imc act and the regulations. it was submitted by the learned counsel appearing for the 22. state of punjab that since the essentiality certificate requires the state government to assume responsibility of the students in case the college closes down, the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Himachal Pradesh
Reported in : 2008(2)ShimLC298
..... units and to existing units on their substantial expansion:(1) new industrial units and existing industrial units on their substantial expansion as defined, set up in growth centers, industrial infrastructure development centers (iidcs). industrial estates, export processing zones, theme parks (food processing parks, software technology parks, etc.) as stated in annexure 1 and other areas as notified ..... language is clear, the intentipn of legislature has to be gathered from the language used in view of decision of supreme court in raghunath rai bareja and anr. v. punjab national bank and ors. : (2007)2scc230 .27. after hearing learned counsel for the parties and after perusal of documents, we are of the considered view that ..... administrative instructions not inconsistent with the statutory provisions already framed or enacted.17. broadly stated, the distinction between rules and regulations on the one hand, and administrative instructions on the other is that rules and regulations can be made only after reciting the source of power, whereas administrative instructions are not issued after reciting the source of ..... sahib, district sirmour, h.p. is engaged in manufacturing and sales of tread rubber, cushion compound and vulcanizing solution falling under chapter 40 of the central excise tariff act 1985. the government of india, ministry of commerce and industry, (department of industrial policy & promotion)/(the respondent no. 3 herein) has announced fiscal incentives for the states .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2009)156PLR721
..... board') in 2005-06 raised a loan of rs. 300.00 crores for executing infrastructure development works. instead of obtaining this loan directly from the banks, the same was raised through an arranger after paying commission of rs. 1.62 crores, allegedly in connivance with the officials of punjab national bank (hereinafter referred to as, 'the bank'). a huge pecuniary loss was ..... same branch, which had earlier refused to entertain the proposal of the board, sanctioned the loan on 24th september, 2005. ah this happened within 72 hours. (f) there are no regulations or instructions of reserve bank of india, recognizing loan arranger for grant of loan by a nationalized bank to a public sector undertaking. (g) in the present case, loan was ..... themselves and committed an offence under the provisions of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 whether such a financial transaction adheres to the norms of transparency, accountability, regulations and instructions of the reserve bank of india are various questions posed in the present writ petition. all these issues are important, specially ..... 62 crores, the amount of commission was a booty shared by the employees of the bank and the board whether the employees of the bank and the board, for their acts of omission and commission, are liable to be prosecuted for criminal misconduct, having taken advantage of their official position and whether it can be presumed that they have enriched .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chhattisgarh
..... no.1/chhattisgarh infrastructure development corporation (for short "cidc") submits that the edf came into force when the respondent no.1 was not in existence. it is the liability and responsibility of the respondent no.3/mpsrtc to pay the interest, as provided under regulations, as the respondent no.1 came into existence by virtue of notification dated 27-12-2002 issued by the ..... reliance upon the decisions rendered in s.s. balu and another v. state of kerala and others, ghulam rasool lone v. state of jammu and kashmir and another, state of punjab and another v. balkaran singh, u.p. jal nigam and another v. jashwant singh and another, tridip kumar dingal and others v. state of west bengal and others and yunus ..... , the relationship between employer and employee had come to an end, thus they should take recourse to alternative statutory remedy available under the provisions of the industrial disputes act, 1947 (for short "the act, 1947") and this petition may be dismissed on the ground of availability of alternative statutory remedy.12. shri johri would further submit that six petitioners namely; suraj prasad ..... the documents appended thereto.15. indisputably, the petitioners were the employees of the, then, mpsrtc. while the petitioners were in service, mpsrtc framed the regulations, 1985 in exercise of its power conferred by section 45 of the act, 1950 wherein it was provided that a fund namely edf shall be created on the basis of deductions made from the monthly emoluments of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... up off campus centers and study centers in violation of the regulations framed by the ugc; that very same 2 ministry of human resources and development, government of india 12 study center, at times was operating for more than one deemed to be university; that these study centers completely lacked infrastructure and facilities for courses in engineering and that the programmes through ..... courses in engineering were being conducted but students having diplomas in engineering would be given lateral entry at second year level. b. iase submitted an application on 19.12.2002 with dec for starting distance education programme, copy of which was also sent to ugc. according to iase, since there was neither any denial nor any objection from these ..... :- 22. that after permission from dec the university started the distance education programmes through its study centres as per the guidelines prescribed by the dec and ugc. on26h october 2002 the academic council of the university took the decision to start the engineering courses (in all branches) amongst others through distance education mode from academic year 2003 onwards. 73 ..... matters arising from the decision of high court of punjab and haryana.33. mr. maninder singh, learned additional solicitor general appearing for ugc submitted that inclusive definition of university in ugc act was 85 in a completely different and limited context and the idea was essentially to recognize deemed to be university for the purposes of funding and that such .....Tag this Judgment!