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Feb 12 2002 (HC)

K.V. Subrahmanayam and ors. Vs. Joint Collector, Cuddapah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(2)ALD357

..... , i have held:.election by raising hands is well accepted method of democratic process adopted even in the highest legislative bodies as well as the international bodies like the united nations organization and its organs. there cannot be any arbitrariness by the method adopted for approving the village committee by raising hands. as long as the muscle men are kept at bay by the .....

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Apr 06 1986 (SC)

Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited and anr. Vs. Brojo ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1986SC1571; (1986)3CompLJ1(SC); 1986LabIC1312; (1986)IILLJ171SC; 1986(1)SCALE799; (1986)3SCC156; [1986]2SCR278; 1986(2)SLJ320(SC)

..... reeling from the horrors of the second world war and seeking to recover from the trauma caused by its atrocities sought to band all nations into one family of man and for this purpose set up the united nations organization in order to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war which had twice in this century brought untold sorrow to mankind and in ..... order to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in the equal rights, of man and woman and of nations large or small, and ..... , d.c., in august and september 1944; there was the yalta conference in february 1945; all these culminating in the adoption on june 25, 1945, of the charter of the united nations in the opera house of san francisco and the affixing of signatures thereon the next day in the auditorium of the veterans' memorial hall. thereafter, in pursuance of article 68 ..... an individual governmental unit of such nation (e.g. california)'. in modern international practice, whether a community is deemed a state or not depends upon the general recognition accorded to it by the existing group of other states. a state must have a relatively permanent legal organization, determining its structure and the relative powers of its major governing bodies or organs. this legal organizational .....

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May 09 2014 (HC)

Indian Olympic Association Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

..... actors internationally, is evident not only from the entries surrounding entry 13, i.e. foreign affairs (entry 10), diplomatic, consular and trade representation (entry 11), united nations organization (entry 12), entering into treaties and agreements with foreign countries and implementing of treaties, agreements and conventions with foreign countries (entry 14), all of which relate to ..... promotion of sports and games, that government's financial and other assistance shall be extended only to those national organizations dealing with sports and games which fulfill the following conditions: (i) an office bearer of a national federation/association may hold office as such for one term of 4 years, and may be eligible for ..... its board of directors or other governing board for any amateur sports organization that (a) conducts a national program or regular national amateur athletic competition in the applicable sport on a level of proficiency appropriate for the selection of amateur athletes to represent the united states in international amateur athletic competition; and (b) ensures that the ..... representation reflects the nature, scope, quality, and strength of the programs and competitions of the amateur sports organization .....

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Jul 12 2005 (SC)

Sarbananda Sonowal Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC2920; JT2005(6)SC79; (2005)5SCC665

..... as adopted by un general assembly resolution 3314 (xxix) was, however, for a limited purpose, namely, where the security council or the united nations organization could interfere and adopt measures in the event of an aggression by one nation against another and the acts enumerated therein which may amount to aggression cannot restrict or curtail the meaning or the sense in which the ..... term 'aggression' as any act of aggression including the employment of armed forces by a state against another state for any purpose other than national or collective self-defense or any decision by a competent organ of the united nations. but at the 1954 assembly, there was opposition to this definition. in his book conflict through consensus by julius stone (1977 edn.), ..... the author has described in great detail how after twenty years of discussion by a special committee on 'aggression' a consensus was arrived at and an agreed definition was approved by the united nations ..... the constitution have consciously used the word 'aggression' and not 'war' in article 355. 33. article 1 of chapter 1 of the charter of the united nations gives the purposes of the united nations and the first is to maintain international peace and security, and to that end : to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to .....

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Feb 03 2016 (HC)

Margret D Cruz Versu Union of India Represented by the Secretary Minis ...

Court : Kerala

..... 1921 and was modeled closely on that body. 22. international court of justice, principal judicial organ of the united nations is a standing tribunal to which states may bring their disputes and it is also empowered to give advisory opinion to the united nations organs and specialised agencies. jurisdiction of the international court of justice is derived from the parties to the case which ..... . chapter xiv contains a heading "the international court of justice". article 92 of the charter provided as follows: "the international court of justice shall be the principal judicial organ of the united nations. it shall function in accordance with the annexes statue, which is based upon the statue of the permanent court of international justice and forms an integral part of the ..... the matter shall, as between the parties to the present statute, be referred to the international court of justice." 32. both india and saudi arabia are members of the united nations and thus necessarily become party to the statute of international court of justice. thus there is no lack of competence in raising international claim before the international court of justice ..... on condition of reciprocity on the part of several or certain states, or for a certain time. 4. such declarations shall be deposited with the secretary- general of the united nations, who shall transmit copies thereof to the parties to the statute and to the registrar of the court. 5. declarations made under article 36 of the statute of the .....

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Jan 22 2004 (HC)

Tractor and Farm Equipment Ltd. Vs. Secretary to the Govt. of Assam, D ...

Court : Guwahati

..... .11. the contention that the world bank is not a necessary party is sought to be strengthened by mr. ganguli by pointing out that the world bank is an organ of the united nations organization, popularly called 'the uno', the world bank is a body of some developing countries to aid and develop the economy of underdeveloped and developing countries and since this is ..... an organization, which has not been set up by the state government or the central government, the same cannot be regarded as a person or an authority and/or an ..... of law.82. by virtue of the powers vested in the central government under section 3 of the said act of 1947, many of the associations of the united nations have been granted immunities. these organizations include, inter alia. international bank of reconstruction and development (i.e. ibrd), which is a part of the world bank. the ida is not such a ..... an act of the parliament framed in terms of article 253. no wonder, therefore, that for the purpose of giving immunity to various organizations of the uno, the united nations (privileges and immunities) act, 1947, exists. this act confers on the united nations, its representatives and officers, certain privileges and immunities. section 3 of this act vests the central government with the powers to declare .....

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Mar 21 1975 (SC)

Sable Waghire and Company and ors. Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and or ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1975SC1172; (1975)1SCC763; [1975]SuppSCR9

..... originally the schedule attached to the act had only three items, namely,-(1) the name', emblem or official seal of the united nations organization; (2) the name, emblem or official seal of the world health organization; and(3) the indian national flag.but by various notifications of the central government in the course of several years the schedule now contains 17 items of ..... official seal and the name of the united nations and of the abbreviations of that name. a similar recommendation has since been received also from the world health organisation for prevention of the use of its name (and ..... promulgation of the act. the statement of objects and reasons will make the position clear and may be quoted in extenso:the general assembly of the united nation organisation recommended in 1946 that members of united nations should take necessary legislative or other appropriate measures to prevent the use, without proper authority, and in particular for commercial purposes, of the emblem, the ..... gathered from the preamble, the marginal note of section 3 and the illustrations furnished by the schedule is the preservation of sanctity of the names and emblems of international and national entities, and not 'trade and commerce within the state'. hence the residuary entry 97 of list i will be attracted. alternatively, he submits the legislation is closer to .....

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May 26 2004 (SC)

Transmission Corporation of A.P. Vs. Ch. Prabhakar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2004(5)ALLMR(SC)879; [2004(3)JCR238(SC)]; 2004(6)SCALE1; (2004)5SCC551

..... any person for any act or omission which, at the time when it was committed, was criminal according to the general principles of law recognised by civilised nations.'12, india is a member of the united nations organization and is also a signatory to the aforesaid conventions. in peoples union for civil liberty v. union of india : air1997sc568 the court recognised the principle that ..... . applying this principle article 21 of the constitution was interpreted in conformity with the international law. on the same analogy article 20 may have to be interpreted in conformity with united nations charter and conventions.13. a literal interpretation of sub-clause (1) of article 20 would mean that the protection available is only against conviction for an act or omission which ..... nanda bharati : air1973sc1461 that in view of article 51 of the directive principles the court must interpret the language of the constitution if not intractable in the light of the united nation charter and the solemn declaration subscribed to by india. the court also took notice of similar observation made by khanna, j. in a.d.m. jabalpur : 1976crilj945 that if two ..... infringement of vested rights may present a problem of constitutional validity under the due process clause of the constitution.'article 11(2) of the declaration of human rights of the united nations lays down as under:'no one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under .....

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Sep 15 2011 (SC)

Trans Mediterranean Airways. Vs. M/S Universal Exports, and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... a remedy under domestic law cannot be invoked. the frame work for the cp act was provided by a resolution dated 09.04.1985 of the general assembly of the united nations organization, which is commonly known as consumer protection resolution no.39/248. india is a signatory to the said resolution. the act was enacted in view of the aforementioned resolution ..... of the general assembly of the united nations. the preamble to the act suggests that it is to provide better protection for the consumers and their interests. by this act, the legislature has constituted quasi- judicial tribunals ..... to domestic carriage, subject to certain exception, adaptations and modifications, by means of a notification issued in 1964. 3. a diplomatic conference under the auspices of international civil aviation organization was held at hague in september, 1955 which adopted a protocol to amend the provisions of the warsaw convention. the hague protocol was opened for signature on 28th september, ..... and tribunals. he places reliance on some decisions of this court, the house of lords, supreme court of the united states and the national commission. 13) shri. jaideep gupta, learned senior counsel, appearing for the consignor supports the finding of the national commission. he submits that even assuming that rule 29 of the second schedule to the ca act was applicable, .....

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Jan 09 1969 (SC)

Maganbhai Ishwarbhai Patel Etc. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1969SC783; (1970)3SCC400; [1969]3SCR254

..... to be constituted under article 3(iii) of the agreement. a tribunal of three members, one appointed by each state and the chairman nominated by the secretary-general of the united nations organization was set up. the agreement between the two states was reached purely as an executive act, and no legislative sanction was obtained by the government of the union of india ..... the event of the two governments failing to agree on the selection of the chairman within three months of the cease-lire, they shall request the secretary-general of the united nations to nominate the chairman.(iv) the decision of the tribunal referred to an (iii) above shall be binding on both governments, and shall not be questioned on any ground ..... . in the event of the two governments failing to agree on the selection of the chairman within three months of the ceasefire, they shall request the secretary-general of the united nations to nominate the chairman.(iv) the decision of the tribunal referred to in (iii) above shall be binding on both governments, and shall not be questioned on any ground whatsoever ..... yugoslavia, the government of pakistan nominated ambassador nasrollah entezam of iran and former president of the general assembly of the united nations. the two governments having failed to agree on the selection of the chairman of the tribunal, the secretary-general of the united nations, under the power reserved by sub-paragraph (iii) of article 3 of the agreement, nominated judge gunnar lagergren, .....

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