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Dec 01 2006 (SC)

Ashoka Smokeless Coal Ind. P. Ltd. and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2007(1)CTLJ1(SC); JT2007(1)SC125; 2006(13)SCALE102; (2007)2SCC640; 2007(2)KCCRSN91

..... were nationalized. the parliament also enacted coal mines (nationalisation) amendment act, 1976. in the year 1976, even mining lease of all the coal mines were rescinded. the constitutionality of the 1976 amendment act was upheld by this court in tara prasad singh and ors. ..... this court held:.the democratic form of government demands equality and absence of arbitrariness and discrimination in such transactions.. the activities of the government have a public element and, therefore, there should be fairness and equality. the state need not ..... sale on the auction is held even in remote areas therefore is not subject to any manipulation/influence of antisocial elements.xi) the system provides for official channel of supplies to all categories of buyers without classification who ..... the twin objective of market friendly and at the same time ensure their best fiscal interest.14. to prevent misuse of linkage, verification of the units of the linked consumers was undertaken. as a result of such ..... noticed hereinbefore that when the coal companies themselves manufactured coke for domestic consumers, the same used to cause health hazards. they intended to outsource production of manufacturing soft coke; where for they had asked the governments of bihar ..... violative of the directive principles of state policy.[also see b.p. sharma v. union of india : air2003sc3863 ; state of punjab v. devans modern breweries ltd. : (2004)11scc26 ; state of gujarat v. mirzapur moti kureshi kassab jamat : air2006sc212 ] .....

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Mar 11 1994 (SC)

S.R. Bommai and Others Etc. Etc. Vs. Union of India and Others Etc. Et ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1994SC1918; JT1994(2)SC215; 1994(2)SCALE37; (1994)3SCC1; [1994]2SCR644

..... along with bjp given a call for kar sevaks to march towards ayodhya on 6th december, 1992. the ban order was issued on 10th december, 1992 under under the unlawful activities [prevention] act, 1967. the dismissal of the state governments and the state legislative assemblies in madhya pradesh, rajasthan and himachal pradesh were admittedly a consequence of these developments and were effected ..... pro particular religion nor anti particular religion. it stands aloof, in other words maintains neutrality in matters of religion and provide equal protection to all religions subject to regulation and actively acts on secular part.263. in radial pannachand gandhi v. state of bombay [1954] scr 1035, this court defined the religion that it is not necessarily atheistic and , in fact ..... law and thus bring it within the cognisance of the court. prior to the constitution [42nd amendment] act, 1976, under the constitutional convention, the president was bound to act in accordance with the advice of the council of ministers [re: shamsher singh and anr. v. slate of punjab : (1974)iillj465sc . by the 42nd amendment, it was expressly so provided in article 74[1], ..... would be legitimate to characterise such a field as prohibited area in which it is neither permissible for the courts to enter, nor should they ever take upon themselves the hazardous task of entering into such an area.' fazal ali, j. reiterating the same view held, that 'it is manifestly clear that the court does not possess resources which .....

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Mar 05 2003 (HC)

Mr. Bharat Shantilal Shah, Vs. the State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2003BomCR(Cri)947; (2002)1BOMLR527

..... supreme court of indiain the case of kartar singh v. state of punjab . there a constitution bench of the supremecourt was considering the constitutional validity of theprovisions of the terrorism disruptive activities(prevention) act, 1987. several provisions of thatenactment are similar to the provisions of mcoc act. bythat judgment the supreme court of india consideredconstitutional validity of all the ..... there is no such protection in the mcoca is thesubmission. interception of such telecommunication inthe interest of public safety is contemplated by mcocact. the object of the act being prevention andcontrol of the organized crime within the state ofmaharashtra, existence of organized crime in any stateis adverse to the interest of public safety. theenire enactment being made ..... legislation.26. in c.i. emden v. state of uttar pradesh : [1960]2scr592 the supreme court rejected a challenge to section 4(1)of the prevention of corruption act (1947) as beingviolative of article 14 in the following words:'the scope and effect of the fundamentalright guaranteed by article 14 has beenconsidered by this court on severaloccasions ..... or occurrence on publicemergency in the interest of public safety. thesupreme court had occasion to consider this aspect inthe matter of hukam chand v. union of india, : [1976]2scr1060 . the matter was decided by constitution bench ofthe supreme court of india. the supreme court alsoconsidered the safeguards provided by rules to preventmisuse of this power that .....

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Jul 09 1997 (SC)

Gaurav JaIn Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1997SC3021; 1997(2)ALD(Cri)199; 1998(3)ALLMR(SC)433; 1997(2)Crimes40(SC); JT1997(6)SC305; 1997(4)SCALE657; (1997)8SCC114; [1997]Supp2SCR105

..... 's recommendations, as far as possible, were issued to the state government. the state governments were directed to carry out the statutory obligations under the bonded labour system act, 1976.50. it would, thus, be the established procedure of this court under article 32 that the public interest litigation is not adversarial. it is one of collaboration and ..... sexual exploitation and sexual abuse. for these purposes, states parties shall in particular take all appropriate national, bilateral and multilateral measures to prevent:(a) the inducement or coercion of a child to engage in any unlawful sexual activity; (b) the exploitative use of children in prostitution or other unlawful sexual practices; (c) the exploitative use of children in ..... rehabilitation and will be helped to become useful citizens. programme no. 10 provides that no child under 14 years of age shall be permitted to be engaged in any hazardous occupation or be made to undertake heavy work. programme no. 11 postulates that facilities shall be provided for special treatment, education, rehabilitation and care of children who ..... . 86% of the fallen women hail from andhra pradesh, karnataka, tamil nadu west bengal, bihar, maharashtra, uttar pradesh, assam, gujarat, goa, madhya pradesh, kerala, meghalaya, orissa, punjab, rajasthan and delhi. delhi receives prostitutes from about 70 districts in the country; bombay from 40 districts; bangalore from 70 districts; calcutta from 11 districts, hyderabad from 3 districts etc .....

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Aug 02 2013 (SC)

Dharmendra Kirthal Vs. State of U.P. and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... punjab[3]. observed as follows: - though originally, a number of other matters falling under various acts such as the u.p. gangsters and anti-social activities (prevention) act, 1986 (u.p. act 7 of 1986), the prevention of illicit traffic of narcotics drugs and psychotropic substances act, 1988 and some provisions of the conservation of foreign exchange and prevention of smuggling activities act ..... freedom .39. from the aforesaid, it is quite clear that no individual has any right to hazard others liberty. the body polity governed by rule of law does not permit anti-social acts that lead to a disorderly society. keeping the aforesaid perspective in view, the submission of the learned ..... was necessary, the uttar pradesh gangsters and anti-social activities (prevention) ordinance 1986 (u.p. ordinance no.4 of 1986) was promulgated by the governot on january 15, 1986, after obtaining prior instructions of the president. the uttar pradesh gangsters and antisocial activities (prevention) bill, 1986 is accordingly introduced with certain necessary modifications ..... , 1974 (cofeposa), were listed for hearing, we have fully and conclusively heard only the matters pertaining to the act of 1984, act of 1985 and act of 1987 and u.p. act 16 of 1976 .....

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Oct 14 1986 (HC)

State of Haryana Vs. Yad Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1987P& H203

..... to the government for the exclusion of the application of the provisions of the probation of offenders act to the cases under the prevention of food adulteration act. the law commission observed:--'we appreciate that the suggested amendment would be in apparent conflict with current ..... then the policy of the strict punishment or the concept of minimum punishments to check the growth of the criminal activities under the act is likely to be defeated.16. in the case in hand the additional sessions judge, narnaul, awarded the ..... articles specified in that section. section 16 is the penal section. after its amendment under s. 12 of the amending act, 34 of 1976, it reads as:--'subject to the provisions of sub-s. (1-a), if any person- (a) whether by ..... as well as for prescription of minimum punishments for some offences, which are hazardous to the society. the latest in such enactments is the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act, 1985 providing harsh and minimum sentences for. some offences. although in modern ..... itself in favour of the exclusion of the provisions of the probation of offenders act for application to this act in its judgments reported in ishar dass v. state of punjab air 1972 sc 1295: (1972 cri lj 874), jai narain v. the ..... . only a concerted and determined onslaught on this most antisocial behaviour can hope to bring relief to the nation. all remedies intended to be effective must be simple.' section 7 of this act contains a prohibition to the manufacture for sale, or .....

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Nov 24 2009 (HC)

Jugaroo Alias Virendra Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 2010(1)MPHT331

..... hostile, therefore, his detention is justified, but according to us, looking to the recommendations which was accepted by the learned district magistrate and the antisocial activity of the petitioner resulting into prejudice of maintenance of peace to the public at large and order, if the impugned order of detention of the ..... 1) submitted and informed the district magistrate that looking to the criminal and antisocial activities of the petitioner resulting into disruption of tempo of life of public at large, it is recommended to proceed against him under the provisions of the act. in the said letter, not only the details of 14 cases were ..... 2001 (1) m.p.h.t. 296 (db) : 2000 (3) mplj 188. by inviting our attention to the decision of the apex court state of punjab v. sukhpal singh : air 1990 sc 231, it has been argued that even if not a single case is registered against a detenu, his detention can be ..... is to be quashed. in support of his contention, learned government advocate has placed heavy reliance narayan debnath v. the state of west bengal : air 1976 sc 780, state of u.p. v. saleem 2001 (4) supreme 437. learned government advocate has also placed reliance on the single bench decision of ..... true spirit of sub-section (2) of section 8 of the act. on going through the record of the district magistrate, we find that satisfaction has been recorded by the district magistrate that the petitioner would become hazardous to those witnesses if the copies of the statements of the witnesses are .....

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May 09 1980 (SC)

Bachan Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1982)3SCC24; [1983]1SCR145a

..... to society who are then punished by being isolated from society as a whole, so that they cannot commit other antisocial acts. the isolation theory is used to justify the death penalty and long-term imprisonment. obviously, this theory is effective in preventing criminal acts by those executed or permanently incarcerated.117. while the abolitionists look upon death penalty as something which is per ..... in people v. oliver n.y. 2dd. 152:the punishment or treatment of offenders is directed toward one or more of three ends : (1) to discourage and act as a deterrent upon future criminal activity. (2) to confine the offender so that he may not harm society; and (3) to correct and rehabilitate the offender. there is no place in the scheme ..... or material relating to the various factors bearing on the question of sentence. 'of course', as was pointed out by this court in santa singh v. state of punjab a.i.r. 1976 sc. 2286 'care would have to be taken by the court to see that this hearing on the question of sentence is not turned into an instrument for unduly ..... , the conditional probability of conviction given apprehension, the severity of alternative punishments for murder, the distribution of income, the probability of unemployment, and other indicators of differential gains from criminal activities occurring jointly with murder. since, as i shall argue later, some of these variables are expected to be highly correlated with the conditional probability of execution given conviction of murder .....

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May 04 1979 (SC)

Bachan Singh S/O Saudagar Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1982)3SCC24; 19831SCR145;

..... to society who are then punished by being isolated from society as a whole, so that they cannot commit other antisocial acts. the isolation theory is used to justify the death penalty and long-term imprisonment. obviously, this theory is effective in preventing criminal acts by those executed or permanently incarcerated.117. while the abolitionists look upon death penalty as something which is per ..... in people v. oliver n.y. 2dd. 152:the punishment or treatment of offenders is directed toward one or more of three ends : (1) to discourage and act as a deterrent upon future criminal activity. (2) to confine the offender so that he may not harm society; and (3) to correct and rehabilitate the offender. there is no place in the scheme ..... or material relating to the various factors bearing on the question of sentence. "of course", as was pointed out by this court in santa singh v. state of punjab a.i.r. 1976 sc. 2286 "care would have to be taken by the court to see that this hearing on the question of sentence is not turned into an instrument for unduly ..... , the conditional probability of conviction given apprehension, the severity of alternative punishments for murder, the distribution of income, the probability of unemployment, and other indicators of differential gains from criminal activities occurring jointly with murder. since, as i shall argue later, some of these variables are expected to be highly correlated with the conditional probability of execution given conviction of murder .....

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