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Jun 07 2005 (HC)

Sher-i-kashmir National Medical Institute Trust Vs. State of J and K a ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... of hearing it was stated on behalf of the respondents that by jammu and kashmir land grants (amendment) act, 2002 (act no. xxx of 2002) material amendments were made in section 4 of the act while section 10 was omitted. however, the amendment not being retrospective, counsel for the parties agreed that ..... was taken by the board of trustees to terminate their services with a golden handshake. as the trust did not have expert staff and infrastructure to manage the new nursing home on day-to-day basis and run it in accordance with the guidelines of medical council of india, ..... transfer. accordingly, the health department/general department will issue necessary orders regarding such transfer.' a meeting of senior officers of the housing and urban development department, health department, general administration department and revenue department was held on 23rd june, 1976. in the minutes of the meeting circulated on 3rd ..... ; directing accounts and inquiries and so on. for better administration of the trust. heavy reliance was placed on bishan das v. state of punjab : [1962]2scr69 and it was submitted that the action of the state in taking over the properties belonging to the trust by an executive ..... by bending rules and regulations at the cost of public interest. the materials on record would show that the petitioner-trust treated the properties as personal fiefdom of one family and not as properties of public trust. being satisfied that the trust was acting against public interest, the .....

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Dec 23 2010 (HC)

M/S Reckitt Benckiser. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... notification exempted the goods specified in the first schedule and the second schedule to the central excise tariff act, 1985, other than the goods specified in annexure i appended to the notification, and cleared from a unit located in the industrial growth centre, industrial infrastructure development centre or export promotion industrial park or industrial estate or industrial area or commercial estate, or scheme ..... may also not be incorrect to suggest that there are some unscrupulous elements involved in cheating the exchequer by resorting to bogus industrial activities.the power of the state in regulating the refund mechanism is also not disputed. however, what is required to be seen is as to whether while arriving at such a decision, some objective basis have been ..... at higher cost as the same is not available in the state of j&k.; the raw material namely paper board for unit i is purchased from andhra pradesh and punjab. the transportation cost itself puts the petitioner company at a disadvantageous position as compared to other manufacturers dealing with the same business who have set up their units in other ..... existing industrial units located in the specified areas in the state of jammu and kashmir. the benefit granted by the government in terms of the notification dt. 14th of nov 2002, led to some unscrupulous manufacturers to indulge in bogus production and different types of tax evasion tactics were adopted by such manufacturers. the goods were being supplied by the .....

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May 26 2004 (HC)

Sher-i-kashmir National Medical Institute Trust Vs. State of J and K a ...

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

..... trustees, their services were terminated with a golden handshake. as the petitioner-trust was not equipped with the expertise, staff and other resources or infrastructure to manage the new nursing home on day-to-day basis and run it in accordance with the guidelines of the medical council of india and ..... permanent resident of the state. the exception and relaxation is provided only with respect to lease under section 4 of the act, that too in the interest of industrial and commercial development and for reasons to be recorded. section 10 does not provide for such an exception and/ or relaxation. therefore, ..... enable the institute to play its rightful role of upgrading the health status of the people.11) the governing body shall frame rules and regulations of the institute from time to time.12) the governing body may constitute as many standing committees and as many ad hoc committees as ..... for definite allegations. allegations of mala fides must be deducible from proved facts, as observed by the supreme court in partap singh v state of punjab (supra). 65. malice or ill-will cannot be gathered in abstract; it generates and sprouts from some kind of hostility between two persons. that ..... financial years. petitioner has appended copies of various such orders with the rejoinder-affidavit. after the completion of the kashmir nursing home in the year 2002, the trust considered to run the nursing home. since, according to the new guidelines of the medical council of india, trust was required to .....

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Aug 05 2003 (HC)

Tahira and ors. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 2003(3)JKJ345

..... by the supreme court, submitted that the state is duty bound to provide not only school buildings, but also teaching staff and other infrastructure to the children of rural areas and that these children also have the fundamental right to receive qualitative education, at least, upto elementary ..... relates to the employees of the leh district is vitiated. in this connection, we may observe that the relevant act or the rules, governing the relation between the hill development council and the state government, have not been brought to our notice by the learned counsel. therefore, we are ..... how can these directorates effect inter-provincial or inter-divisional transfers of teachers. then there are powers delegated under jammu and kashmir civil service regulations, 1956, which are more specific and elaborate, contained in schedule i-d thereof. be that as it may, we have already observed ..... exigencies and public interest, this object of the declared policy will have overriding effect.19. learned counsel in support of his argument cited punjab communications ltd. v. union of india, air 1999 sc 1801. in the aforesaid case, their lordships of the supreme court in para ..... it is reasonably inferable that the verification was got done. this is further fortified by the executive instructions issued vide circular dated 16th december, 2002 (supra). the learned counsel, however, contend that after having shown their awareness about the security and other grounds, the government has not clearly .....

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