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Dec 15 1976 (HC)

Padmavathi and Bheema Raja Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu, Represented by ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1978)1MLJ223

..... in the lands, the subsequent proceedings would be rendered invalid. the learned judge was referred to a decision in easwara pillai v. state of tamil nadu : (1972)1mlj92 , in which palaniswami, j., held that individual notices were indispensable under the law and in the absence of such individual notices ..... details are available allowing 15 days thereafter for the presentation of objections to the acquisition.this instruction was considered in easwara pillai v. state of tamil nadu : (1972)1mlj92 , by palaniswamy, j., who laid down the following two propositions in regard to it:(1) the instruction has statutory force ..... (1) of section 4 of the land acquisition act (herein after referred to as the act). notices of the proposed acquisition were published in conformity with rule (1) of the rules framed by the tamil nadu government under section 55(1) of the act, but no notice thereof was served individually on either ..... this court for redress. the question in that case was, whether a general order passed by the ministry of defence on 15th july, 1960 applied to a clerk who belonged to ex-military personnel and who was employed on the civil side. it was contended by the central ..... context of particular proceedings under the act the legislature has not provided for individual notices, that must be regarded not as an accidental or inadvertent omission on the part of the legislature to provide for full procedure, which omission may be supplied by grafting the principles of natural justice to .....

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Oct 16 2015 (SC)

Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association and Anr. Vs. Union of In ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... of air line pilots association of india v. director general of civil aviation[80]., and state of tamil nadu v. k. shyam sunder[81]., to contend, that the settled legal proposition was, whenever an act was repealed, it must be considered as if it had never existed. it was pointed out, ..... times, for a developing country of urgent yet tantalising imperatives, is the dismal, yet die-hard, poverty of the masses and the democratic, yet graft-riven, way of life of power-wielders. together they blend to produce gross abuse geared to personal aggrandizement, suppression of exposure and a host of ..... bench) [656]. 1992 supp (2) scc651paragraph 61 and 62 (five judges bench) [657]. 1986 supp scc20in paragraph 50 [658]. (1997) 5 scc536in paragraph 88 [659]. [1960 (1) scr605(five judges bench) [660]. (2007) 3 scc184(five judges bench) [661]. paragraphs 360 (two), 366 [662]. page 54 [663]. page 55 [664]. ..... ) [439]. (1953) 4 scr1069(5 judges bench) [440]. paragraph 17 [441]. 85 clr237[442]. air1961sc532(7 judges bench) [443]. air1965sc1636(7 judges bench) [444]. (1960) 1 scr249[445]. (1963) supp 1 scr871[446]. paragraph 23 [447]. (1974) 2 scc402(7 judges bench) [448]. air1967sc1581[449]. paragraph 22 [450]. (1980) 1 ..... reciprocate ( i helped you when you needed it, so you should feel obliged to do this for me. goranson and berkowitz, 1966; gouldner, 1960). in the view expressed by the author, the inherent need of power, is universally available in the subconscious of the individual. on the satisfaction .....

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Nov 11 2016 (SC)

Jindal Stainless Ltd. and Anr. Vs. State of Haryana and Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... to the otherwise vague and uncertain core of a judicially evolved doctrine. 84 in g k krishnan v. state of tamil nadu[110]., a tax on motor vehicles under the motor vehicle taxation act, 1931 was under challenge on the ground of a violation of article 301. by a notification, the rate of ..... assessees contended that the entry tax levied by state legislations are discriminatory and broadly classified the entry tax statutes on discrimination into four different categories as under:- |states |alleged discrimination | |tamil nadu/andhra pradesh/ |entry tax levied only on goods | |kerala/jharkhand |imported from other states; no | | |levy of entry tax on the goods | | |manufactured inside ..... not be challenged under part iii. shri salve referring to judgment of this court in k. k. kochuni and others vs. state of madras and others, (1960) 3 s.c.r. 887 and k. t. moopil nair vs. state of kerala and others(1961) 3 s.c.r. 77, and few ..... legislative powers on the states to create a level playing field. relevant portion of this article reads as under:- per capita net domestic product from 1960 to 2014 of india s 12 largest states, that accounted for 85 per cent of the total population, shows that economic disparity within india s ..... within a decade of the decision in g.k. krishnan (1974), followed by the decisions in bhagat ram and bihar chamber of commerce. from 1960 to 1996, there remained uncertainty with regard to the power of the state to levy tax as per entry 52 of the state list and principle .....

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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

Justice k.s.puttaswamy(retd) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... 1988. that is, the fiction is to the effect that the act of 1988 had come into force when such thing was done or action was taken. 303. an elaborate consideration on deeming fiction was made by three judge bench of this court in state of karnataka vs. state of tamil nadu and others, (2017) 3 scc362 one of us, justice dipak ..... which provide for giving demographic information by the individuals. for inclusion of name of a person in the electoral list as per the registration of electoral rules, 1960 framed under the representation of people act, 1950, a person is required to give similar demographic information in form ii, i.e., name, date of birth, gender, current address and permanent address, ..... of people. sometimes the lack of substantive freedoms relates directly to economic poverty, which robs people of the 291 f a hayek, the constitution of liberty, routledge & kegan paul, (1960) at pages 11, 207-208 292 amartya sen, development as freedom, oxford university press (2000) at page 3-4 229 part g freedom to satisfy hunger, or to achieve ..... demographic information comprising name, address, email address etc., for example central motor vehicle rules, 1989, companies act, 2013, special marriage act, the registration of electoral rules, 1960, the citizenship (registration of citizens and issue of national identity cards) rules, 2009 and the passports act. however, there are certain special contexts in which non disclosure of demographic information could be considered as raising .....

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Apr 24 1973 (SC)

Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru and ors.Vs. State of Kerala and anr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1973SC1461; (1973)4SCC225; [1973]SuppSCR1

..... has not been finally decided by this court in any of the cases under article 31a, it was raised in balmadies plantations ltd. and ors. v. state of tamil nadu (1972) 2 s.c.r. 133, where the appellants contended that it would not be open to the government under section 17 of the gudalur janmam estates (abolition ..... incorporate in its laws the provisions of an international treaty, agreement or convention. in india the provisions of the geneva conventions have been incorporated in the geneva conventions act, 1960 (act 6 of 1960). according to the treaties of european communities, a state on becoming a member of the european economic communities (eec) has to give primacy to the community ..... , enacted by the british parliament, e.g., ceylon independence act, 1947, ghana independence act, 1957, federation of malaya independence act, 1957, nigeria independence act, 1960, sierra leone independence act, 1961, tanganyika independence act, 1961, southern rhodesia act, 1965, jamaica independence act, 1962.182. i may mention that the aforesaid provisions in the indian independence act were enacted in line with the cabinet statement dated may 16 ..... the constitution. if the provisions of the constitution are clear and unambiguous and contain no limitations on the power of amendment, the court would not be justified in grafting limitations on the power of amendment because of an apprehension that the amendment might impinge upon human rights contained in the united nations charter. it is only in .....

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Oct 24 1979 (SC)

A.S. Iyer and ors. Vs. V. Balasubramanyam and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1980SC452; (1980)ILLJ441SC; (1980)1SCC634; [1980]1SCR1036

..... pragmatic wisdom beyond the bounds of krationality, arbitrary fancy or departmental quasi-nepotism. it is difficult to dislodge the rules, fixing the quota and grafting of service while on army commission on to the survey of india service, as favoured treatment devoid of rational foundation.. if you need such army ..... between three to six years as against two years of ante-dated service which the civilian officers are entitled to tack on.30. the 1960 rules also require to be examined before we proceed to a discussion. rule 3 speaks of the sources of recruitment or appointment direct recruitment of ..... the high court have no chance as a post-script in the supreme court. for instance, he urged that commissioned officers governed by the army act could not be governed by any other service rules, so much so, the 1950 rules being a deviation from the army rules, were invalid. ..... developmental work and the like justifies opening up the service to recruits and promotees, non-military in ' source. guided by this flexible realism and acting under the proviso to article 309 of the constitution, the president of india has made rules in 1950 to regulate the recruitment and conditions of service ..... attempts have been made after attainment of independence to attract officers from the army engineering corps into survey of india department. but as in 1950, 1960, 1962 and 1974 rules generally show, the work done by the department is essentially civilian in character. the impugned rules will have to be .....

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Jun 05 1961 (FN)

Communist Party Vs. Sacb

Court : US Supreme Court

..... off decisions of constitutional scope. avoidance of such decisions, however compelling a policy within the limitations of ordered judicial regularity, ought not to be countenanced by grafting an ad hoc exception onto a generally applicable rule of appellate procedure and permitting particular litigants to avail themselves of otherwise uncognizable points. no decision of ..... prior to the filing of the registration statement. the statement must be signed by the partners, officers, directors, and members of the governing body. 28 cfr, 1960 supp., 11.200, form isa-1. those provisions are not conditional. the government, with all the authority it possesses, has ordered the party to register. the ..... powers of government in france, to overturn the laws, constitution, and government, and every existing establishment, civil and ecclesiastical, both in great britain and ireland. . . ." the act broadly provided for the suppression and prohibition "as unlawful combinations and confederacies" of all such societies, "particularly . . . societies of united englishmen, united scotsmen, united britons, united ..... movement, whose purpose is to employ deceit, secrecy, infiltration, and sabotage as means to establish a communist totalitarian dictatorship, establishes and utilizes action organizations. the act requires such organizations to register and to label their communications, and prohibits their members from government, defense facility and certain labor organization employment. section 2 sets forth .....

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