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Jul 03 2014 (HC)

Brindaban Behari Lal Srivastava and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Other ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-03-2014

..... to the maximum of two consecutive terms, the term of the petitioners would be deemed to have been extended for the consecutive term. 13. the petitioners have relied on an information provided under the right to information act, 2005 under which the assistant director/information officer, directorate of mahila kalyan u.p. lucknow, in response to an application dated 11.07.2011 under the ..... rti act to a specific query whether there is any child welfare committee in district kanpur nagar was working between 09.11.2007 and 16.08.2010. the applicant sri rajendra kumar ..... united nations on 20.11.1989. it was ratified by the government of india by notification dated 11.12.1992. the act recognises and seeks to protect the rights of children in need of care and protection,recognized universally. 11. the act of 2000; rules of 2004 have provided for constitution of child welfare committees. the rules of 2002 also provide payment of ..... vide letter dated 15.11.2011 was informed about the constitution of committee by notification dated 10.11.2004, which .....

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Jan 08 2014 (HC)

Public Service Commission U.P. Vs. State Information Commission and An ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-08-2014

..... opinion, that this right to information flows from freedom of speech and that the people of this country have a ..... enacted to ensure smoother, greater and more effective access to information and provide an effective framework for effectuating the right to information recognized under article 19 of the constitution. the supreme court in the aforesaid decision of central board of secondary education (supra) has held that the right to information is a cherished right. the right to information act, 2005 should be interpreted in a manner which would lead towards ..... dissemination of information rather than withholding the same. we are of the .....

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Jun 04 2014 (HC)

Santosh Kumar Shukla Vs. Syndicate Bank Through Its G.M. and Others

Court : Allahabad Lucknow

Decided on : Jun-04-2014

..... of the aforementioned order the respondent-bank continued to pay the petitioner his salary, without reinstatement. in the intervening period i.e. after dismissal of the petitioner, a first information report was lodged by the c.b.i. against the petitioner, for alleged irregularity committed by the petitioner in the bank and the petitioner was convicted vide order dated 9 ..... against his conviction and the court finally allowed the appeal on merits vide order dated 13.8.2004 and set aside the conviction. special leave petition (criminal) 1623 of 2005 filed by the c.b.i was also dismissed. the case was cited by the bank to highlight the conduct of the petitioner; since the petitioner was acquitted and ..... corrupting influence or motive and a character of uncorrupted virtue. it is synonymous with probity, purity, uprightness, rectitude, singlessness and sincerity. the charge of negligence, inadvertence or unintentional acts would not culminate into the case of doubtful integrity." the petitioner has misutilized the funds of the bank for personal gain as the petitioner had not created equitable mortgage in ..... circumstances, the act or omission will not constitute misconduct. the plea of distress sale is an after thought, the petitioner contended that rs. 20,000/- was incurred towards medical expenses, but the petitioner failed to show that he offered the bank remaining amount, after meeting the medical expenses, towards satisfaction of the loan. the suspended employee has a right to medical .....

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Jun 10 2014 (HC)

Pt. Nawin Sharma Vs. Union of India Thru' Secy. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jun-10-2014

..... before the debts recovery tribunal at madurai for setting aside the sale notice dated 26.07.2007, on the selfsame cause of action. despite being informed of the pendency of the writ petition for the selfsame reliefs, the said tribunal by its order dated 7-9-2007, directed the bank to ..... it was not possible for the bank to entertain the request or to furnish any information sought by the petitioner. 5. however, subsequently, a fresh notice dated 04.03.2014 under section 13(2) of the act was issued to the petitioner, indicating therein that a sum of rs.9,33,334 ..... only to take possession of the secured assets of the borrower, but also to take over the management of the business of the borrower, including the right to transfer by way of lease, assignment or sale for realising secured assets, subject to the conditions indicated in the two provisos to clause (b) ..... the counter affidavit, the contesting respondents stated that due to default being committed in payment of instalments, a notice under section 13(2) of the act was issued to the borrower. 4. thereafter the petitioner sent an application through speed post on 16.11.2013 for supply of acknowledgement of receipt ..... court or tribunal (a) proceeds to act without or in excess of jurisdiction, (b) proceeds to act in violation of the rules of natural justice, (c) proceeds to act under law which is itself ultra vires or unconstitutional, or (d) proceeds to act in contravention of fundamental rights. the principles, which govern the exercise .....

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Feb 13 2014 (HC)

Anand Kumar Sharma Vs. State Of U.P. Thru' Secretary and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-13-2014

..... later on. this aspect was placed during the course of argument on the basis of a reply given from the office of the collector under right to information act, dated 27.6.2009 which is annexed as annexure-sa1 to the supplementary affidavit. the submission is that as the claim of the petitioners has ..... view of the foregoing discussions, our answer to the abovenoted two questions are: (1) the application of the petitioner dated 25/7/2005 submitted for grant of free hold right on the basis of the government orders dated 01/12/1998 and 10/12/2002 was entitled to be considered in accordance with the ..... area 160.40 square meters which was said to be in unauthorised occupation of the petitioner. the petitioner submitted an application dated 20.7.2005 for grant of freehold right for an area of 188.72 square meters along with deposit of an amount of rs. 66052/- on the basis of self assessment. ..... the following two questions referred by the division bench hearing this writ petition. "1. whether the application of the petitioner dated 25.7.2005 submitted for grant of freehold right on the basis of the government order dated 1.12.1998 (paragraph 7) and the government order dated 10.12.2002 (paragraph 5) ..... the writ petition was heard by the division bench, learned counsel for the petitioner in support of his submission submitted that the application dated 20/7/2005, was required to be considered as per the government orders dated 01/12/1998 and 10/12/2002 and the subsequent government order dated 04/8 .....

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Jul 11 2014 (HC)

Neeraj Janhitkari Gramin Sewa Sansthan Vs. Chief Commissioner of Incom ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-11-2014

..... or other medical institution, under sub-clause (iv) or sub-clause (v) or sub-clause (vi) or sub-clause (via), may call for such documents (including audited annual accounts) or information from the fund or trust or institution or any university or other educational institution or any hospital or other medical institution, as the case may be, as it thinks necessary ..... -clause (vi) nor does the impugned order raise doubt on the genuineness of the activities of the institution. hence, it has been submitted that the chief commissioner has failed to act in accordance with the terms of the remit which was made by the division bench in the earlier round of proceedings in which the previous order declining exemption was set ..... the b ed course which would violate the objects as stated in clause (6) of the memorandum. 3. the exemption provision of section 10(23c) (vi) of the income tax act, 1961 refers to the following: "(vi) any university or other educational institution existing solely for educational purposes and not for purposes of profit, other than those mentioned in sub-clause ..... order passed by the chief commissioner of income tax, ghaziabad on 10/11 october 2013 denying to the petitioner an exemption under section 10 (23c) (vi) of the income tax act, 1961. 2. the petitioner is stated to have established an educational institution called ch. natthu singh yadav mahavidyalaya in a rural segment situated at dihuli in barnahal, district mainpuri. after .....

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Apr 17 2014 (HC)

Prakash Agarwal Vs. Registrar General Allahabad High Court Allahabad a ...

Court : Allahabad Lucknow

Decided on : Apr-17-2014

..... compassionate appointment as there is no other source of livelihood. 4. it appears that on above application, district judge constituted a committee which sought information vide order dated 25.09.2013 regarding financial status of employee. this information was to be furnished within a week. 5. submission is that district judge vide order dated 28.09.2013 rejected the petitioner's application ..... these rules. 22. rule 5 makes its incumbent upon the appointing authority to give suitable employment if applicant fulfills the conditions contemplated under rule 5. state government has reserved the right to condone the delay in case applicant moved the application beyond five years, taking into consideration the undue hardship in any particular case. appointee under rules has been obligated to ..... appointment on class-iv post. this suitability has to be judged in the light of qualifications of the applicant vis a vis educational qualifications prescribed for the post. appointing authority acts contrary to the rules if he deliberately offers a lower post i.e. class-iv post although applicant is eligible for appointment on class-iii post. 40. unavailability of post ..... 's time was allowed to give details. surprisingly, report has been submitted on 28.09.2013 before expiry of the time. it is not clear what prompted the committee to act in such a haste. committee should have waited till the expiry of period given in the letter. in any case district judge having passed order on 28.09.2013, action .....

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Jan 10 2014 (HC)

Dr. Mithilesh Kumar Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-10-2014

..... . another o.b.c. selectee dr. shahla rehmani was given placement order to join in pt. jawahar lal nehru p.g. college, banda. officially any information regarding her joining is not available. and any other selectee's name has not been forwarded therefor. (d) that vacancies arising out of resignation, death or ..... due to non joining of sri abhinav kumar who is placed at serial no. 58 under the o.b.c. category. the petitioner had every right to replace sri abhinav kumar under the o.b.c. category. it is absolutely wrong to say that under the o.b.c. category where ..... accordance with the provisions of this act and has completed five years' service as such and who wishes to be transferred to any other college, may be transferred in the manner prescribed ..... for appointment of teachers.- (1) every appointment as a teacher of any college shall be made by the management in accordance with the provisions of this act and every appointment made in contravention thereof shall be void. provided that a permanent teacher of an affiliated or associated college, who has been appointed in ..... the words, death and resignation. it is submitted that legislature has not used the term 'waiting list' or 'wait list' candidates, though the said act empowers the commission to select number of candidates more than that of the advertised vacancies. select list is to be prepared in order of the merit of .....

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Apr 23 2014 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Ganga Corporation Asbestos (P.) Ltd.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-23-2014

..... for determining whether the two lines of business constitute the same business is the nature of the two businesses. in our judgment, the tribunal was right in holding that the share business and other businesses carried on by the appellant company constituted the same business within the meaning of s. 24(2 ..... assessment years immediately succeeding the assessment year for which the loss was first computed." prior to 1955 there was section 24 (2) of the income tax act 1922, which deals with set off of loss. section 24 (2) reads as under: "where any assessee sustains a loss of profits or gains, ..... set off against the business income. 9. we have considered the rival submissions and perused the record. it would be appropriate to refer section 72 of the act, which runs as follows: '72. carry forward and set off of business losses. ?? (1) where for any assessment year, the net result of ..... of control and common management. sri rk upadhayay, learned counsel for the appellant submitted that carried forward loss is allowable under section 72 of the act. the proviso of sub-section 72 says that business or profession for which the loss was originally computed continued to be carried on by him ..... was not carried on during the year under consideration in view of the proviso to clause (i) of sub section (i) of section 72 of the act. against the assessment order, the assessee filed an appeal before the commissioner, income tax (appeal) which has been rejected. the assessee filed second appeal before .....

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Sep 23 2014 (HC)

Jagannath Verma and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Another

Court : Allahabad Lucknow

Decided on : Sep-23-2014

..... state of kerala25. the supreme court observed as follows: "49. it is evident from sections 154, 156 and 157 of the code that even a police officer can act on the basis of information received or otherwise and proceed to investigate provided he has reason to suspect the commission of a cognizable offence which he is empowered to investigate under section 156 ..... be construed as laying down the principle that a prospective accused against whom neither cognizance has been taken nor process has been issued, has no right of revision against an order directing the registration of an fir and an investigation. the issue which has fallen for determination in the present proceedings was not before the full bench in father thomas. the judgment ..... the police officer has no reason to suspect the commission of a cognizable offence, no investigation can be undertaken by him based on the information received or otherwise. 51. ...it was, however, submitted that accused gets a right of hearing only after submission of the charge-sheet, before a charge is framed or the accused is discharged vide sections 227 and 228 ..... the order is assailed in a higher forum. natural justice in our jurisprudence is not merely a matter of statutory entitlement but is an emanation or recognition of the constitutional right to fair procedure, fair treatment and objective decision making. hence, a prospective accused is entitled to be heard in revision under section 397 when an order rejecting an application under .....

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