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Dec 13 2007 (SC)

Delhi Development Authority, N.D. and anr. Vs. Joint Action Committee, ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-13-2007

Reported in : 2008AIRSCW762; AIR2008SC1343; 2008(2)CTLJ508(SC); 146(2008)DLT609(SC); 2007(14)SCALE507; (2008)2SCC672; 2008(1)LH(SC)583

..... stand taken by the authority in its counter affidavit, that a large sum of money was invested for rehabilitation of the migrants from jammu & kashmir and punjab is wholly untenable.(xi) as the current cost of the flat was required to be determined in terms of the definition contained in regulation 2(13) of ..... the flats in south delhi sfs. it does not show that any subsidy was proposed to be granted for the migrants from jammu and kashmir or punjab. the policy was taken only with a view to balance the reduced cash in-flow. dda, thus, had in view commercial aspect of the matter ..... all the special leave petitions.civil appeal nos. 6666, 6667, 6668-6698, 6799-6732 & 6733 of 2000 civil appeals @ slp (civil) nos. 25385 of 2005, 1003, 8033 of 2006 and 13512 of 2006:2. this batch of appeals arising out of a judgment and order dated 23.07.1999 passed by a division ..... user of lands and buildings in contravention of plans may be continued.28. indisputably, in exercise of its regulation making power contained in section 57 of the act, the central government made regulations known as 'delhi development authority (management and disposal of housing estates) regulations, 1968'.regulation 2(13) thereof defines 'disposal price ..... petitioners crystallized on issuance of the allocation letter and not when the actual allotment of flat took place. levy of surcharge amounts to a levy of tax or cess, where for there is no authority in law. 22. relying on or on the basis of a decision of this court in premji .....

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May 18 2007 (SC)

Uco Bank and anr. Vs. Rajinder Lal Capoor

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-18-2007

Reported in : AIR2007SC2129; [2007(114)FLR413]; JT2007(8)SC581; RLW2007(3)SC1979; 2007(8)SCALE255; (2007)6SCC694; 2008(1)SLJ262(SC)

..... from service. the appeal preferred there against was dismissed by the appellate authority by an order dated 01.12.2000. respondent filed a writ petition in the high court of punjab and haryana, praying for quashing of the charge-sheet dated 13.11.1998 as also the orders dated 27.09.1999 and 01.12.2000. the learned single judge ..... : (1999)iillj682sc ; chairman and managing director, united commercial bank and ors. v. p.c. kakkar : (2003)iillj181sc , damoh panna sagar rural regional bank and anr. v. munna lal jain : (2005)illj730sc and : air2007sc199 .13. mr. deepak sibbal, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondent, on the other hand, contended : (i) the appellant bank having not suffered any financial loss ..... and diligence whichis violation of regulation 3(1)of uco bank officer employees'(conduct) regulation, 1976 asamended.charge no. 2the csoe in exercise of powers proved as perconferred on him acted otherwise discussions underthan in his best judgment which is allegations 1 & 2violative of regulation 3(3) of uco bank officer employees' (conduct)regulation, 1976 as amended.charge no. ..... herein is a nationalised bank. it framed several regulations in exercise of its power conferred upon it under section 19(2) of the banking companies (acquisition and transfer of undertakings) act, 1970, inter alia, uco bank officer employees' services regulations, 1979. the government of india launched a scheme known as 'prime minister rozgar yojana' (pmry) with an objective to provide .....

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Jul 26 2007 (HC)

Milkfood Limited Vs. Union Bank of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jul-26-2007

Reported in : 2007(2)CTLJ362(Del)

..... find the creditor for making the payment, there is no dispute in the legal principle recognized in the judgments in boston scientific international b.v., state of punjab and l.n. gupta cases (supra). the amount would be payable where the creditor resides. in view of the principle that the debtor must pay the ..... payment. the place of payment is where the creditor resides. reference was also made to the judgment of a division bench of the calcutta high court in state of punjab v. a.k. raha (engineers) ltd. : air1964cal418 ; judgment of learned single judge in gappulal s/o chandarlal v. kanderwal brothers air 1955 m.b. ..... . khurana as pw 2 and sh. harmesh mohan sood as pw 3. an affidavit was also filed of mr. sudhir avasthi (pw 4) but on 11.04.2005, the same was withdrawn. on behalf of the defendant mr. p.k maheswari was examined as dw 1 and mr. r.k. gupta was examined as dw 2 ..... the writing containing thee acknowledgement is undated, oral evidence may be given of the time when it was signed; but subject to the provisions of the indian evidence act,1872 ( 1 of 1872), oral evidence of its contents shall not be received.explanation - for the purposes of this section, -(a) an acknowledgment may be sufficient ..... was also contended that provisioning in a balance sheet is different from making an admission of a debt. while provisioning is a matter of tax liability, admission reflects on the admitted position of a company.52. in a.v. murthy v. b.s. nagabasavanna : 2002crilj1479 , the court noted .....

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Mar 05 2007 (HC)

Mahindra and Mahindra Vs. Suryabahn Avhad

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-05-2007

Reported in : 2007(4)BomCR118; 2007(6)MhLj436

..... corporation of india workers union v. food corporation of india-management reported in 1996 (2) lln 871 and r.s. saini v. state of punjab reported in : (1999)iillj1415sc . if there is some evidence to reasonably support the conclusion in the enquiry, it is not the function of the ..... had observed as under:28. more recently, the supreme court in the case of bharat heavy electricals v. m.chandrashehar reddy reported in : (2005)illj865sc has held that there is no such thing as unlimited discretion vested in any judicial or quasi-judicial forum. an unfettered discretion is a ..... toilet. the petitioner stated that on 18.2.2003 the respondent workmen approached his immediate superior for settling the expense voucher. he submitted toll tax receipts for rs. 70/-and fuel receipt for 30 lts diesel for rs. 718.20/-. the receipt showed that the diesel was purchased from ..... in evaluating such material and should not glibly swallow what is strictly speaking not relevant under the evidence act. the essence of judicial approach is objectivity, exclusion of extraneous materials or considerations, and observance of rules of natural justice. fair play is ..... ticket by a conductor held thus: (scc pp.491-92) in a domestic enquiry all the strict and sophisticated rules of the evidence act may not apply. all materials which are logically probative for a prudent mind are permissible, though departmental authorities and administrative tribunals must be careful .....

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May 15 2007 (SC)

Udai Singh Dagar and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-15-2007

Reported in : AIR2007SC2599; 2007(6)ALLMR(SC)447; 2007(2)BLJR2218; JT2007(7)SC127; 2007(7)SCALE278; (2007)10SCC306

..... to 1970 only 1 veterinary graduate was working in each community development block and around 10-15 veterinary graduates in each district, whereas this situation has changed drastically in 2005.37. an attempt has been made in the counter-affidavit to demonstrate that due to availability of qualified graduates, duties and responsibilities of diploma holders were curtailed and ..... 1967 declaring all the voids/hakims who had been registered under the east punjab ayurvedic and unani practitioners act, 1949 and the pepsu ayurvedic and unani practitioners act, 2008 bk and the punjab ayurvedic and unani practitioners act, 1963 as persons practising modern system of medicine for purposes of the drugs act. the aforementioned rule defined 'registered medical practitioner'. a medical practitioner who ..... facts of these cases lead to a definite conclusion that the assistant commissioner (commercial taxes), warangal division was fully justified in initiating and completing the proceedings under the a.p. gst act even after it is repealed.64. yet again in india tobacco co. ltd. v. commercial tax officer, bhavanipore and ors. : [1975]2scr612 , this court held:16. it ..... is now well-settled that repeal connotes abrogation or obliteration of one statute by another, from the statute book as completely as if it had never been passed; when an act is repealed, it must be considered (except as .....

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Mar 02 2007 (HC)

Ramgopal Estates Pvt. Ltd., Rep. by Managing Director K.S. Hemanth Kum ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-02-2007

Reported in : 2007(2)CTC369

..... (6) scc 667, (v) u.n.r. rao v. indra gandhi 1997 (2) scc 63, (vi) india drugs & pharmaceutical limited v. punjab drugs manufacturers' assn. : air1999sc1626 , (vii) pu. myllai hlychho v. state of mizoram : (2005)2scc92 and (viii) satyanarain shukla v. union of india 2006 (9) scc 69] 20.1. article 53 deals with the executive power of the ..... the subject but more relevant enactments for our purpose are: the water (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1974 (the water act), the air (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1981 (the air act) and the environment (protection) act, 1986 (the environment act). the water act provides for the constitution of the central pollution control board by the central government and the constitution of ..... the activities. the conditions and directions of the environmental clearance to be issued by the ministry of environment and forests, government of india under the provisions of the environment act, shall scrupulously be adhered to, besides observing the conditions applicable for any such activities in crz-iii, as notified by the central government. as suggested by neeri, a ..... the state pollution control boards by various state governments in the country. the boards function under the control of the governments concerned. the water act prohibits the use of streams and wells for disposal of polluting matters. it also provides for restrictions on outlets and discharge of effluents without obtaining consent from the board .....

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May 18 2007 (SC)

Ambica Industries Vs. Commissioner of Central Excise

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-18-2007

Reported in : 2007(213)ELT323(SC); JT2007(8)SC467; 2007(8)SCALE488; (2007)6SCC769; [2007]9STT1; (2009)20VST1(SC)

..... and refer it to the high court.10. similar problems have arisen in respect of the decisions rendered by tribunals constituted under different acts, for example income tax act. we are also not unmindful of a catena of decisions rendered by some high courts that situs of the tribunal is the determinative ..... given a go-bye by making constitutional amendments. at one point of time writ petitions against the union of india were being filed only before the punjab & haryana high court as the said court exercised territorial jurisdiction over delhi, which was the seat of the central government. experiencing difficulties, clause 1a ..... bombay not suited to the assessee. this cannot be allowed.12. having made a careful comparative reading of the provisions of the income-tax act and the customs act, as also the relevant rules and orders of the tribunal we are unhesitatingly of the opinion that the principles laid down in the ..... section 66(2).23. a division bench of delhi high court in seth banarsi dass gupta v. commissioner of income tax : 11(1978)dlt14 , while construing section 66 of the income tax act, 1922, held as under:the question then arises as to which high court the delhi bench could refer the ..... leathers (p) ltd. and ors. v. bhankerpur simbhaoli beverages (p) ltd. : air1994sc158 wherein construing section 10a vis--vis section 10f of companies act, 1956, it was held that the high court would mean the high court having jurisdiction in relation to a place at which the registered office of .....

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Dec 13 2007 (SC)

Poonam Verma and ors. Vs. Delhi Development Authority

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-13-2007

Reported in : AIR2008SC870; 2007(14)SCALE485; 2008AIRSCW199; 2008(1)LH(SC)327; AIR2008SC870; 2008(1)LH(SC)327.

..... sword shall perish with the sword.[see also ramana dayaram shetty v. the international airport authority of india and ors. : (1979)iillj217sc , harjit singh and anr. v. the state of punjab and anr. : (2007)9scc582 ] )23. having professed to abide by the brochure which contained the policy of reservation, as noticed hereinbefore, the central government could not in absence of any ..... under the out of turn allotment quota particularly when there are only three cases left. in this connection a letter of minister of urban development & poverty alleviation dated 24.8.2005 refers to. this letter clearly provides that according to the vice- chairman, dda there are only three such cases left and in such a situation the case of the petitioner ..... , process or activity of the decision-making authority. the expectation should be legitimate, that is, reasonable, logical and valid. any expectation which is based on sporadic or casual or random acts, or which is unreasonable, illogical or invalid cannot be a legitimate expectation. not being a right, it is not enforceable as such. it is a concept fashioned by the courts ..... to deposit the amount as far back in 1994 cannot now be permitted to claim an equitable right despite their unsuccessful attempt before the forums created under the consumer protection act, 1985.10. indisputably, the scheme was an independent one. it was a self financing housing registration scheme. other similar schemes following the same were also wholly independent of each other .....

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Feb 23 2007 (SC)

Nair Service Society Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-23-2007

Reported in : AIR2007SC2891; JT2007(6)SC103; 2007(2)KLT77(SC); 2007(4)SCALE106; (2007)4SCC1; 2007(6)AIRKarR101; 2007AIRSCW5276

..... will apply.category vi: sons and daughters of persons having gross annual incomeincome/wealth over rs.1 lakh or possessing wealth above the exemptiontest limit as prescribed in the wealth tax act.26. categories i, ii and iii afore-mentioned are excluded on the basis of the status held by the persons concerned. category iv is subject to the income limit ..... of india and ors. : air1981sc234 and minerva mills ltd. and ors. v. union of india and ors. : [1981]1scr206 .it is interesting to note that in mithu v. state of punjab : 1983crilj811 section 303 of the indian penal code was struck down as unconstitutional invoking the equality clause contained in article 14 of the constitution of india. a statute professing division ..... rights. the court never hesitates to express its opinion on the interpretation of the constitution despite political thicket. {see anil kumar jha v. union of india and ors. reported in (2005) 3 scc 150, rameshwar prasad (iv) and ors. v. union of india and anr. reported in : air2005sc4301 , w.b. freedom fighters' organisation (supra) and bombay dyeing & mfg. co. ltd. ..... constitution, article 16 has specifically provided for equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. buttressing these fundamental rights, article 309 provides that subject to the provisions of the constitution, acts of the legislature may regulate the recruitment and conditions of service of persons appointed to public services and posts in connection with the affairs of the union or of a .....

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Dec 05 2007 (SC)

United Bank of India Vs. Tamil Nadu Banks Deposit Collectors Union and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-05-2007

Reported in : [2008(116)FLR357]; 2008(1)JKJ28[SC]; (2008)ILLJ845SC; (2008)1MLJ986(SC); 2007(8)Crimes288; 2008AIRSCW642

..... dismissal or discharge was justified. we may in this connection refer to sasa musa sugar works (p) limited v. shobrati khan : (1959)iillj388sc , phulbari tea estate v. its workmen and punjab national bank limited v. its workmen. there three cases were further considered by this court in bharat sugar mills limited. v. shri jai singh, and reference was also made to ..... charges have really been made out'. it is true that three of these cases, except phulbari tea estate's case were on applications under section 33 of the industrial disputes act, 1947. but in principle we see no difference whether the matter comes before the tribunal for approval under section 33 or on a reference under section 10 of the industrial ..... disputes act, 1947. in either case if the enquiry is defective or if no enquiry has been held as required by standing orders, the entire case would be open before the tribunal .....

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