The deceased was paying income-tax and was an income-tax assessee. It must, therefore, be held that the Government acted well within its powers in transferring the dispute pending before the Second Industrial Tribunal, to the Fifth Industrial Tribunal. The appeal arising out of SLP(Crl. 2010 passed by the Division Bench of the Bombay High Court in Criminal Appeal No. nThe Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development Department of Higher Education, New Delhi by letter No.
Ravi who was a pillion rider sustained grievous injuries and was immediately rushed to the hospital. By the said letter, the Government of India directed that there shall be only three designations in respect of teachers in Universities and Colleges, namely, Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Professors ” So construed it follows that in respect of proceedings pending in a tribunal constituted before the 10th day of March, 1957, the Government has the power to transfer them from that date to any other tribunal.
The rider of the motor cycle died on the spot. 30 of the Amending Act 36 of 1956 otiose or nugatory. If any University 1[grants affiliation advocate in Chandigarh for annulment of marriage respect of any course of study to any college referred to in subsection (5) of section 12A in contravention of the provisions of that sub-section or] fails within a reasonable time to comply with any recommendation made by the Commission under section 12 or section 13, 2[or contravenes the provision of any rule made under clause (f) or clause (g) of sub-section (2) of section 25, or Suspension of Sentense Advocate in Chandigarh any regulation made under clause(e) or clause (f) or clause (g) of section 26,] the Commission, after taking into consideration the cause, if any, shown by the University 3[for Such failure or contraventions may withhold from the University the grants proposed to be made out of the Fund of the Commission.
Radhakrishnan on a decision of this Court in Essar Gujarat Ltd. Deceased- Ravi was aged 45 years and he was engaged in a transport business of supplying newspapers from the Head Office destination to other places. 866 of 2009 which is identical to the case of the appellant in Criminal Appeal Nos. On the fateful day, the deceased Ravi was proceeding in a motor cycle as a pillion rider. 2006, deceased-Ravi succumbed to the injuries. I(i) dated 31st December, 2008 communicated the Secretary, University Grants Commission, New Delhi the Scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in Universities and Colleges following the revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.
In the present case, the Government made the order of transfer on April 9, 1957, i. [(1997) 9 SCC 738 : (1996) 88 ELT 609] In that case, the licence fee was paid to the supplier of the plant and machinery for a licence to operate the plant, which was in reality nothing but was held to be an additional price payable for the plant itself and was, therefore, held to be includible in its assessable value. 8132/2010 has been filed by one Pragyasinh Chandrapalsinh Thakur challenging the common order dated 19.
It is in the aforementioned fact situation, this Court held: (SCC pp. 2 of Amendment Act 18 of 1957 was deemed to have come into force. Stating that the deceased was the only earning member of the family and that they have lost the support of the bread winner of the family, the claimants filed a claim petition claiming compensation of Rs. It is said that this construction would make s. The appellants have filed a claim petition under the Motor Vehicles Act on account of death of deceased Sri H.
Consequently, advocate in Chandigarh for annulment of marriage the instant case, the appellant could not be said to have acquired a vested right that was defeated by a new law enforced pending the appeal and the order of the Central Road Traffic Board could not be set aside merely on the ground that it had decided the appeal on the basis of an order issued subsequent to the grant of the permit if such order was otherwise in public interest. However, after six days i. ” Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act (but subject to the provisions of section 15), a landlord shall be entitled to recover possession of any premises if the Court is satisfied (e) that the tenant has, since the coming into operation of this Act, sub-let the whole or part of the premises or assigned or transferred in any other manner his interest therein ; “.
That section contained only a saving clause and it was not inserted in the Act; it served its purpose, and even if it ceased to have any operative force after the Amendment of 1957, that circumstance cannot have any bearing on the impact of the amendment of the definition of ” Tribunal ” on the provisions of s. The rider of the motor cycle applied sudden brake due to which both rider and pillion rider fell down and both sustained grievous injuries. It was the duty of Industrial Tribunals to take into consi- deration the interests of national economy and progress and they were entirely right in taking the view, which they had consistently done, that it would be inexpedient in the present financial condition of the industries in the country to impose the additional burden of providing housing facilities on them which should be the primary responsibility of the State.
Ravi who had met with an accident on 14. Reliance has been placed by Mr. ” (1) The appropriate Government may, by order in writing and for reasons to be stated therein, withdraw any proceeding under this Act pending before a Tribunal constituted before the 10th day of March, 1957, and transfer the same to another Tribunal constituted under section 7A of the Act.