Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Aug-05-2014
..... within one month. we have heard learned counsel for the appellant. in this case, an assessment order was passed against the appellant under the punjab municipal act, 1911, assessing the house tax and by the said order an amount of ` 3,89,11,990/- was demanded. against the said order, an appeal was filed by ..... we do not find any merit in the appeal and the same is dismissed with costs which are assessed at ` 25,000/- to be deposited with the punjab state legal services authority. ( satish kumar mittal) judge august 05, 2014 ( arun palli ) neenu judge neenu verma201408.14 14:10 i attest to the ..... justice satish kumar mittal hon'ble mr.justice arun palli present : mr.vishal chaudhri, advocate for the appellant *** satish kumar mittal, j. ( oral ) the punjab state transmission corporation limited, a public undertaking, has filed this letters patent appeal against an interim order dated 11.07.2014 passed in cwp no.13251 of 2014, ..... 2012-2013, i.e.for more than eight years.the appellant has not paid the assessed house tax for these years.even otherwise, we are of the opinion that the appellant, which is a public ..... tax was held to be correct. the said order was challenged in the writ petition. it is pertinent to mention here that the said neenu verma201408.14 14:10 i attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document chandigarh lpa no.1233 of 2014 -2- amount pertained to the year 2005 to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Apr-28-2014
..... for charitable purposes, the petitioners could be compelled to achieve their objects through the impugned orders.62. the definition of charitable purpose in the income tax act, 1961 purports to follow the four main divisions of charity as enunciated by lord macnaghten in his speech, now considered as classic, as member of ..... . the court spelt out the facts stating that the common question which has come up for consideration is the entitlement towards medical expenses of the punjab government employees and pensioners as per the relevant rules and the government policy. the complaint was that the new policy prescribed limits in respect of ..... conditions impugned in this case is both reasonable and fair.30. counsel relied heavily upon two decisions one of the supreme court reported as state of punjab v. ram lubhaya bagga (1998) 4 scc117 it was submitted that the right to public health, which is part of article 21 casts an ..... (1) (g) or under article 300-a and in support of this contention cited the following authorities:(a) rai sahib ram jawaya kapur & ors. v. state of punjab (1955) 2scr225(b) magan bhai ishwarbhai patel etc. v. uoi & anr. (1970) 3scc400(c) state bank of madhya pradesh v. thakur bharat singh (1967) ..... what was under challenge there was the omission of the state to protect a condition of employment, of the state of punjab s employees right to claim reimbursement in the event of medical treatment in certain contingencies in private facilities. in this case however, a positive .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai Goa
Decided on : Aug-04-2014
..... india and others v/s. rajesh p. u. puthuvalnikathu and another [air 2003 sc 4222] 3. inderpreet singh kahlon and others v/s. state of punjab and others [air 2006 scc 2571] 4. east coast railway and another v/s. mahadev appa rao and others [(2010) 7 scc 678] 5. ..... 10. the division bench of the apex court in the case of hindustan petroleum cropn. ltd. vs. darius shapur chennai and others, [air 2005 sc 3520], considered mohinder singh gill's case and held that when an order is passed by a statutory authority, the same must be supported either ..... following observation in paragraph 30:- ??yet another question that arises for our consideration is whether a writ of mandamus lies compelling the state to act contrary to law? the state government having accepted the recommendations of the successive pay commissions gave effect to those recommendations by framing statutory rules being ..... advertisement 1710 candidates including the petitioners in both the petitions applied for the post of commercial tax inspector. the written test was held on 26.6.2011 and thereafter 250 candidates were short listed based on the marks obtained by them ..... follows:- respondent no. 2 issued an advertisement on 12.1.2011 inviting application from eligible candidates for filling up vacancies to the posts of commercial tax inspectors. by this advertisement, respondent no. 2 proposed to fill 21 vacancies and these vacancies were subject to variation. in response to this .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Feb-13-2014
..... the suit property. no document has been placed on record to show that the consent of landlord/the respondents was taken before such transfer or compliance of section 53 of punjab tenancy act, 1887 was made before such transfer. the instant appeal is being pursued by tek chand etc. so in no manner, it can be said that the appellants/defendants have ..... the suit land which was given on patta doami to the defendants. however, the defendants were not entitled to proprietory rights in the suit land under the provisions of the punjab tenancy act. thus, the trial court decreed the suit and dismissed the counter-claim of the defendant vide judgment dated 29.11.2008 kumar ashwani 2014.02.19 16:31 i ..... in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh. cm no.1492-c-2014 in/and rsa no.2364 of 2013 (o&m) date of decision:13. 02.2014 tek chand & others -----appellant(s) vs. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Apr-24-2014
..... 881.8 kgs. of diphenoxylate hydrochloride kept in a secured ndps room was recovered. besides this 45 liters of monomethylamine lying in the stock was also recovered by the punjab police. counsel for the petitioner has vehemently contended that the petitioner has got a valid licence to manufacture diphenoxylate hydrochloride and the quantity of diphenoxylate weighing 881.8 kgs. recovered ..... offence for having been found in possession of ketamine a controlled drug for a period when it had not been notified as a controlled drug under section 3 of the act, especially when no ketamine has been found in the manufacturing unit of the petitioner or at any other place belonging to the petitioner; (iv) recovery of quantity of ..... in the country and 300 kgs. dipheoxulate hydrochloride is meant for export purposes as per the manufacture licence issued under state drug control authority under the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940 and rules framed thereunder as is apparent from annexure p14 colly. so far as the statement of pws davinder singh narwal and sukhdeep singh sippa and the admission ..... since manish kumar was indulging in smuggling of said psychotropic substances, the petitioner was kept as a witness. ketamine was included under the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act (for short 'the ndps act') and as number of traders were earning bad name as such, he surrendered the licence of ketamine and started manufacturing diphenoxylate hydrochloride and started earning profits worth crores .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Apr-29-2014
..... the said loan. the possession was result of the proceedings taken under the securitisation and reconstruction of financial assets and enforcement of security interest act, 2002 (for short 'the act').the corporation, in turn, vide its letters dated 25.10.2011 and 4.11.2011, is stated to have forwarded the resumption order ..... favour, claiming that she had purchased the property vide a registered sale deed dated 31.1.1996 and also enclosing form 34-a issued by the income tax authorities. vide another letter dated 10.12.2000, she informed that she was in the process of transferring this property to shri bijay madan, proprietor, ..... take possession of the premises, it was found that the possession of the property had already been taken over by the petitioner, punjab national bank. it is averred in sub para (xvi) of para-1 of the preliminary objections of the written statement filed by the respondents that ..... the punjab national bank, recovery management branch, vide its letter dated 18.8.2011, intimated that the possession of the unit was taken over by ..... haryana at chandigarh. kang gursharan singh 2014.05.02 15:41 civil writ petition no.1733 of 2014 date of decision : april29 2014 punjab national bank ......petitioner versus haryana state industrial and infrastructure development corporation limited and another ....respondents coram : hon'ble mr.justice sanjay kishan .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Jul-28-2014
..... and hafed. the adjudicating authority also ordered recovery of interest and also imposed penalties amounting to ` 5000/- under section 77 and ` 30,41,410/- under section 78 of the finance act, 1994. feeling aggrieved, the assessee filed an appeal along with stay application gurbachan singh201408.05 15:22 i attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document high court chandigarh ..... adjudicating authority in respect of site formation.7. we therefore find no prima facie case in favour of the petitioner. consequently, the petitioner shall deposit the assessed quantum of service tax and the interest thereon within six weeks. we grant waiver of pre-deposit to the extent of the assessed penalty. on gurbachan singh201408.05 15:22 i attest to the ..... ), karnal, the officers of anti evasion branch, central excise commissionerate, panchkula initiated investigation with regard to alleged service tax liability of the assessee. in pursuance thereof, the assessee submitted documents to the investigation officers in respect of services provided by it during 2005-06 to 2010-11. accordingly, a show cause notice dated 20.10.2011 (annexure a-2) was issued to ..... sta no.22 of 2014 -1- in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh sta no.22 of 2014 (o&m) date of decision:28. 7.2014 m/s kamra construction company, karnal ....appellant versus the commissioner of central excise, .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Guwahati
Decided on : Feb-07-2014
..... /2012 sought for certain information from the public information officer in the office of the deputy commissioner, kamrup (rural) as per the provisions of the right to information act, 2005 including the copy of the mou dated 11/06/2012. the petitioners also wanted to have the information as to whether the respondent no. 4 had been appraised of ..... the doctrine legitimate expectation has developed as a principle of reasonableness and fairness and is used against statutory bodies and government authorities on whose representations or promise, parties or citizens act and some detrimental consequences ensue because of refusal of authorities to fulfill their promise or honour their commitments. the argument under the label of ??estoppel ? ??letigimate expectation ? ..... donor cum managing trustee or their nominee representative and deputy commissioner, kamrup or his nominee representative and the arbitration proceeding shall be governed by the provision of arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 or any amendment made thereto. clause 9 ?? the gauhati high court and its subordinate courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction to try any matter relating to this mou. ..... reported in:- 1. (2010) 4 scc 192 (jasbir singh chhabra and others vs. state of punjab and others). 2. (2012) 11 scc 01 (monnet ispat and energy ltd. vs. union of india and others). 3. (2005) 1 scc 625 (bannari amman sugars ltd. vs. commercial tax officer and others). 4. (1997) 3 scc 398 (shrjee sales corporation and another vs. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Sikkim
Decided on : Jun-05-2014
..... notifications, is clearly established by the fact that to a question put in the prescribed format while seeking information under the right to information act, 2005, demanding for copies of the revised report of eia and emp of 97 mw tashiding hep by the respondent no.5 and observations of ..... bhutia, as the sole petitioner. the respondents no.6, 9 and 10 being rural electrification corporation india limited, power trading corporation of india and punjab national bank, respectively were deleted from the array of respondents by order of this court dated 23-09-2013 passed in cm appl nos.152 ..... of boundaries of national parks and sanctuaries and furnish detailed proposals for notification as eco-sensitive areas under the environment (protection) act, 1986. (v) later, on 17-03-2005 in its meeting, the nbwl re-examined the above proposal of the ibw in view of many states having raised concerns ..... over the 10 km range limits. the matter was, therefore, placed before the national board for wildlife in its meeting held on 17th march 2005 under the chairmanship of hon ble prime minister of india. the decision taken in themeeting is mentioned below. the proposal for augmenting the conservation ..... site specific, and relate to regulation, rather than prohibition of specific activities . this decision was communicated to the state vide letter dated 27-05-2005 asking the states/union territories to identify suitable eco-sensitive zones. (vi) taking note of this letter the hon ble supreme court passed the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Apr-03-2014
..... the personnel of the petitioner - hospital amply evidence the above position. further, even zcck, in response to a query under the right to information act, 2005, has expressed that it was unaware of the petitioner - hospital not having a license for transplantation of pancreas. it is thus clear that m/s ..... and they also exclude the chances to reach arbitrary, whimsical or capricious decision or conclusion. (see: gurdial singh fijji vs. state of punjab, (1979) 2 scc 368; punjab seb v. git singh, (2009)13 scc 118). the purpose of disclosure of reasons is that people must have confidence in judicial and ..... be inappropriate where the dispute relates to issues about the precise drafting of a decision (r. (on the application of w) v acton youth court  ewhc 954; (2006) 170 j.p.31). courts should also not scrutinize reasons with the analytical rigour employed on statutes or trust instruments (seddon properties ..... assumed that it had accepted the reasons given by the lower authority.(see: m.p.industries vs. union of india, air 1966 sc 671; cit vs. pilliah, (1967) 63 itr 411 sc). but then the judicial view underwent a change and it came to be ruled that the appellate ..... of appeal etc. the relevant portion of the ethics regulations, 2002 relevant for the present controversy is quoted hereunder: "7. misconduct: the following acts of commission or omission on the part of a physician shall constitute professional misconduct rendering him/her liable for disciplinary action: 7.16 before performing .....Tag this Judgment!