Court : Uttaranchal
..... enactments as amended from time to time in their application to uttar pradesh.]27. (1) the provisions of chapter vi of the uttar pradesh zamindari abolition and land reforms act, 1950 (u.p. act i of 1951); and of the rules framed thereunder shall, mutatis mutandis apply to the area to which the notification under section 4 relates; but the state government may by order published in the official gazette make such adaptations, modifications and ..... general and census commission of india, ministry of home affairs, government of india, the scheduled tribes population of uttar pradesh at 2001 census, constituted a meager 0.1 percent of the total population of the state. similarly as per 2001 census, the scheduled tribes population of uttarakhand constituted 3 percent of the population of the state. the percentage of the population in 1982 would have ..... been more or less the same. it is inconceivable to imagine that the legislative intent of the state government of uttar pradesh was only to apply the provisions of section 157b of the act to all parts .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... judicial review led to the setting aside of legislations, pertaining to land reforms and zamindari abolition. this had led to the adoption of inserting legislations in the ..... high court bar association, kolkata (west bengal), the awadh bar association, lucknow (uttar pradesh), the madras bar association, chennai (tamil nadu), the supreme court bar association, new ..... president and the chief justice of india) was accepted though with modifications. chapter iv paragraph 18 of the report concerns itself with the ..... , and far lesser judgments as the chief justice of the uttarakhand and karnataka high courts, and less than ten judgments during his ..... those countries without considering whether they could be adopted or adapted in our country.519. in australia, an article suggesting ..... constitution (seventy-seventh amendment) act, 1995; the constitution (eighty-first amendment) act, 2000; the constitution (eighty-second amendment) act, 2000 and the constitution (eighty-fifth amendment) act, 2001.125. we ..... other reasons as well) the kerala irrigation and water conservation (amendment) act, 2006 passed by the kerala legislature is unconstitutional since it seeks to ..... act 5 of 1950, because section 73(2) purported to continue the order in force under that section, so that we proceed to examine the argument relating to the validity of section 3 of act 5 of 1950. a perusal of the conclusion drawn hereinabove, apparently supports the contention advanced at the hands of the respondents, that if the amendment .....Tag this Judgment!