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Apr 11 2012 (HC)

Umesh Kumar Ips Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh Rep. by Its Chief Secr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-11-2012

..... this fact was suppressed in the counter affidavits filed by the fourth and the seventh respondents; the petitioners request, under the right to information act, 2005, that a copy of the memo dated 24.08.2011 be furnished to him was stonewalled by the office of the fourth and the seventh respondents ..... power, under article 226 of the constitution of india, to direct investigation by the central bureau of investigation (cbi). (nirmal singh kahlon v. state of punjab (2009) 1 scc 441). despite the wide powers conferred on it, by article 226 of the constitution, the high court must, while passing any order, ..... has no place in equitable and prerogative jurisdictions. (k.d. sharma v. steel authority of india limited (2008) 12 scc 481; r v. kensington income tax commrs (1917) 1 kb 486). 72. while the petitioner must, no doubt, disclose all material facts fairly and truly, the respondents, more particularly those holding ..... he was also bequeathed the properties of his foster parents; he had married an individual from an equally affluent family; his wife is an income tax assessee for the past several years; she has properties of her own, purchased by her from out of her own stridhana/ personal funds, and ..... benamies of the 4th respondent and his wife; the 4th respondent would submit that his wife comes from an affluent family; she is an income tax assessee; she has an independent source of income; and the investments made by her were from her stridhana funds/independent income. it would not .....

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Jun 02 2012 (HC)

M/S.Jagathi Publications Ltd., Rep. by Y.Eshwara Prasad Reddy Vs. Cent ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-02-2012

..... harassed or tortured. learned counsel for the accused relied on the judgment of the apex court in the case between shri gurbaksh singh sibbia vs. state of punjab (1980) 2 scc 565)in support of his contention that a person can be deemed to have been surrendered to the police when he offers some ..... peter (2008) 2 scc 383), ram lal narangs case (7 supra), k.chandra sekhar vs. state of kerala (1998) 5 scc 223)and state of punjab vs. central bureau of investigation (2011) 9 scc 182)are concerned, it has to be seen that in the instant case, the main point that came up for ..... .s.rajasekhar reddy, had declared assets worth rs.2.12 crores in april, 2002 before the election commission of india and the accused, in his income tax returns for the year 200304, declared his annul income as rs.9,19,951/- only and these facts reveal that a.1 and his late father ..... . it is further alleged that the beneficiaries of the official favours from the late chief minister resorted even to money laundering by adopting hawala routes thorough tax haven countries such as mauritius and these monies are brought into the companies and business of the accused at huge premium though the track record and business ..... i.e., stay of proceedings under the said act, the above referred decision is not relevant for the purpose of this case. learned additional solicitor general of india appearing for the cbi had relied on the judgment in the case between state of orissa vs. saroj kumar sahoo (2005) 13 scc 540). in that case, the .....

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Jul 17 2012 (HC)

Tirumala Devi Eada and Others Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh, Law (La ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-17-2012

..... bench of this court in p. jeevans case (53 supra). referring to the decision of the supreme court in rameshwar dayal v. state of punjab (air 1961 sc 816)and a decision of another division bench of this court in g.p. saxeena v. the state of a.p. and ..... baig (1999) 1 scc 544), maharashtra srtc v. rajendra bhimrao mandve (2001) 10 scc 51), and secy., a.p. public service commission v. b. swapna (2005) 4 scc 154). in p. mahendrans case (37 supra) the karnataka general service (motor vehicles branch) (recruitment) rules, 1962 prescribed a diploma in automobile ..... kondaveeti ravi, the learned counsel appearing for the above said three candidates working as assistant public prosecutors contended that for the purpose of the advocates act, 1961 and the rules made thereunder all the law officers, including the assistant public prosecutors, continue to be the advocates since they are regularly practicing ..... the said submission, the learned senior counsel relied upon raj kumar soni v. state of u.p. (2007) 10 scc 635)and commissioner of income tax, shimla v. greenworld corporation, parwanoo (2009) 7 scc 69)wherein it is held that even if there was any technical violation of the rules of ..... and conditions of service) rules, 1974 framed under article 309 of the constitution of india is a civil post under section 15 of the administrative tribunals act, 1985, held that the post of assistant public prosecutor was a civil post under the state. the provisions of the west bengal assistant public prosecutors .....

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Jun 21 2012 (HC)

Bellapu Nageswar Rao Vs. the Government of A.P., Rep. by Its Principal ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-21-2012

..... the policy also stipulates that in addition to the licence fee, the licensee will be required to pay the privilege fee @ 8% plus applicable value added tax on the invoice value of liquor purchased during the licence year in excess of six times the annual licence fee. the petitioner specifically contends that the condition of ..... see any relevance of the decision to the present case. similarly, the petitioner relied upon aaljit singh ahluwalia v. chandigarh housing board air 1990 punjab and haryana 144 which considered the policy of allotment of tenements by draw of lots by the chandigarh housing board. that decision also has no releancy ..... , like the gas agencies, petrol bunks and civil supply dealership based on reservation.the petitioner specifically stated that he is not opposing the lottery system in selecting the wine shop dealers, but he questions the action of the government in not providing for reservation in the ..... provided. accordingly, in exercise of powers conferred by section 72 read with sections 17, 28 and 29 of the act, and in supercession of andhra pradesh (lease of right in selling by shop and conditions of licence) rules, 2005, in g.o. ms. no.391, revenue (ex.ii) department, dt.18.6.2012 andhra pradesh excise ..... lottery system. initially we have cautioned the petitioner that under rule 7-a (b)(vii) of the writ proceeding rules, 1977, that if the .....

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Jul 18 2012 (HC)

The Chief Secretary, G.A.D., Secretariat and Others Vs. Malik and Othe ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-18-2012

..... tribunals qua article 323a; jurisdiction to decide disputes is also conferred on other tribunals under several enactments such as the industrial disputes act, the income tax act, the stamp act, urban and agricultural lands ceiling legislation and sales tax enactments of several states. section 9 of the civil procedure code confers wide jurisdiction on courts to adjudicate all disputes of a civil nature ..... post; and administered a warning. this noting was however not communicated to the appellant. a day after this noting, the state of pepsu merged in the state of punjab. after merger, the file pertaining to the appellants departmental inquiry was processed. eventually the chief minister passed an order sustaining the order of dismissal from service. this ..... conferred adjudicatory dispensation. in the above factual matrix, invalidating the impugned memo would neither revive nor operationalise the inherently sterile, unauthorised and in executable memos dated 6.5.2005 and 31.7.2004, in any event. invalidating the impugned memo would resultantly be an exercise in futility. gadde venkateswara rao v. the government of a.p. ..... ), consequential remedies could be pursued. the writ petitions were allowed with the following directions: operative position of the judgment under appeal: (a) the impugned memo dated 21-05-2005, is set aside, as violative of principles of natural justice; (b) the government, in its revenue department, shall pass fresh orders, after issuing notice to the petitioners. .....

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Oct 17 2012 (HC)

M/S. Sponge Iron India Limited Represented by Its Chairman-cum-managin ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-17-2012

..... issuance of above mentioned circular. the respondents therein were not given the benefit of both these changes. they filed writ petition before the high court of punjab and haryana claiming the benefits conferred by the notification dt. 9-7-1985 and the circular letter dt. 24-11-1988 basing their claim on the ..... be given effect from 1-1-1997. 9. the learned counsel for the respondent-company relied upon the judgment of the apex court in state of punjab v. boota singh (2000) 3 scc 733) for the proposition that the persons who retired after coming into force of these notifications are governed by ..... effect from 1-1-1997. claiming arrears, in view of wage revision, the writ petitioner approached the authorities by way of a representation dt. 18-1-2005. according to him, though he retired from service of the company after revision of wages, still he is entitled to the benefits of wage revision. by ..... to ksrtc, an autonomous corporation, subject of course to any direction that may be issued by the state government under section 34 of the act." the supreme court thus held that mere adopting of part iii of kerala service rules does not therefore shackle or control the power of ksrtc to ..... held that the said letter which was issued by the ksrtc amounts to a direction in terms of the section 34(1) of the road transport corporations act. the apex court while finding fault with the high court observed as under: "......the question of revision or enhancement of pension to its employees is left .....

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Oct 17 2012 (HC)

M/S. Sponge Iron India Limited Represent Vs. M. Ramana Babu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-17-2012

..... be given effect from 1-1-1997.9. the learned counsel for the respondent-company relied upon the judgment of the apex court in state of punjab v. boota singh1 for the proposition that the persons who retired after coming into force of these notifications are governed by different rules of retirement ..... of above mentioned circular. the respondents therein were not given the benefit of both these changes. they filed writ petition before the high court of punjab and haryana claiming the benefits conferred by the notification dt. 9-7-1985 and the circular letter dt. 24-11-1988 basing their claim on ..... effect from 1-1-1997. claiming arrears, in view of wage revision, the writ petitioner approached the authorities by way of a representation dt. 18-1-2005. according to him, though he retired from service of the company after revision of wages, still he is entitled to the benefits of wage revision. by ..... left to ksrtc, an autonomous corporation, subject of course to any direction that may be issued by the state government under section 34 of the act." the supreme court thus held that mere adopting of part iii of kerala service rules does not therefore shackle or control the power of ksrtc to ..... held that the said letter which was issued by the ksrtc amounts to a direction in terms of the section 34(1) of the road transport corporations act. the apex court while finding fault with the high court observed as under: "......the question of revision or enhancement of pension to its employees is .....

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Dec 31 2012 (HC)

Cairn Energy India Pty Limited, Surasani Vs. Central Board of Excise a ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-31-2012

..... .29-12-2004 was issued by the 3rd respondent calling upon the petitioner to pay rs.23,82,392/-.19. petitioner sent replies dt.31-12-2004 and 04-01-2005 to the 3rd respondent reiterating its objections to the demand of interest raised by the respondents.20. as no specific reply was received by the petitioner and the petitioner suspected ..... of cess.31. in khemka & co.'s case (1 supra), the supreme court was considering the question whether an assessee under the central sales tax act, 1956 (central act) could be made liable for penalty under the provisions of a state sales tax act (state act) for default in payment of taxes within the prescribed time. the assessee contended that there is no provision in the central ..... and collection of duties of excise on any produce specified in the schedule to the said act (the 1966 act) as they apply in relation to levy and collection of duty payable to the central government under that act (the central excise act). a division bench of the punjab & haryana high court following india carbon's case (2 supra) held at para 14 as follows ..... : "when the 1966 act was enacted by the parliament, the central excise and salt act (now known as central excise act, 1944) was in force. therefore, instead of separately incorporating .....

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