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Sep 14 1970 (SC)

Shri Shiv Kirpal Singh Vs. Shri V.V. Giri

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-14-1970

Reported in : AIR1970SC2097; (1970)2SCC567; [1971]2SCR197

..... concerned with the reasons which weighed with the parliament in making such an omission in the act when a similar provision had been kept in the earlier enactment in respect of elections to the central and state legislatures. the omission may be deliberate or accidental, but, in either case, it is not ..... that those articles were part of the political commentary and there was no mention of the character of the candidates or their qualifications and disqualifications. she admitted that she belonged to the group of which shri nijalingappa is the president. she denied the suggestion that the entire alleged ..... which it is mentioned that a licence for setting up an industry in polyester fibre was to be granted by the government of india. the punjab state government also applied for the licence. the licence, was, however, refused to the public sector and was, instead, granted to a private limited ..... clause (b) a person shall be guilty of undue influence if, by abduction, duress or any fraudulent device or contravance, he impedes or prevents the free exercise of the franchise of an elector or proxy for an elector, or thereby compels, induces or prevails upon an elector or proxy ..... ) of the petition would be sufficient pleading of commission of undue influence under section 18(1)(a) of the presidential and vice-presidential elections act, 1952. as regards issue 4(b) the only allegation which was substantiated was a fair amount of publication and dissemination of this scurrilous pamphlet which .....

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Dec 15 1970 (SC)

H.H. Maharajadhiraja Madhav Rao Jivaji Rao ScIndia Bahadur of Gwalior ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-15-1970

Reported in : AIR1971SC530; (1971)1SCC85; [1971]3SCR9

..... the ruler of gwalior.87. under the madhya bharat gangajali fund trust act, 1954, enacted by the state legislature the ruler of the state of gwalior is one of the three trustees authorised to manage the gangajali fund settled by the state and to apply the income thereof for charitable purposes.88. on september ..... a ruler once granted, the power conferred by article 366(22). is exercisable only for good cause, i.e. because of any personal disqualifications incurred by a ruler. by the provisions enacted in articles 366(22), 291 and 362 of the constitution the privileges of rulers are made ..... estimates as relates to expenditure charged upon the consolidated fund shall not be submitted to the vote of parliament but there is nothing to prevent discussion in either house of parliament of any of those estimates. the expenditure is charged and removed from the vote of parliament.413. ..... those rights.291. now we come to those states which formed unions. there were five such unions namely :1. united states of kathiawar;2. united states of gwalior, indore and malwa (madhya bharat).3. patiala and east punjab states union.4. united states of rajasthan and5. united states of travancore and cochin.292. those unions ..... case this court held that article 363 overrides all provisions of the constitution. in n.p. ponnuswami v. returning officer. namakal constituency and ors. [1952] s.c.r. 218. article 329 was construed to mean that the jurisdiction of the high court under article 226 to interfere in regard to .....

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