ASC Centre concerned RV Crops . 582 is guaranteed by article 29(1) to the Anglo-Indian Community as a section of the citizens. It was circulated at a time when the appeal and the writ petitions including that of the respondent, Hira Lal Dixit, himself were Advocates Chandigarh
posted on the cause list and the appeals, on the decision of which depended the fate of those numerous petitions, were being actually heard. A situation of that type was considered by this Court in the Advocate in Chandigarh
case of Brahma Prakash Sharma and Others v.
Regimental Centre Concerned A Unit of Engineers . Learned counsel appearing for the respondent, Hira Lal Dixit, strongly urged that the passage complained of could not possibly be capable of any derogatory meaning or implication and could not be regarded as constituting a contempt of Court. One type of such interference is to be found in cases where Advocates Chandigarh
there is an act or publication which scandalises the Court itself. There are innumerable ways by which attempts can be made to hinder or obstruct the due course of administration of justice in Courts.
The members of the public are entitled as beneficiaries to use them as a matter of right and this right is limited only by the similar rights possessed by every other citizen to use the pathways. The State of Uttar Pradesh(1), and the principles governing a case of that type were discussed-and laid down in the judgment of the Court. 19(1)(g) of the Constitution and these onerous conditions could not be justified as reasonable restrictions within the meaning of clause (6) of Art.
Armoured Corps Centre and School A unit of Artillery . The State as Chandigarh Advocate
trustees on behalf of the public is entitled to impose all such limitations on the character and extent of the user as may be requisite for protecting the rights of the public generally; but subject to such limitations the the right of a citizen to carry on business in transport vehicles on public pathways cannot be denied to him on the ground that the State owns the highways. The present case does not fall within that category, for here there has been no scandalising of the Court itself.
In so holding the High Court overlooked the fact that the petitioners' contention was that the Act, in so far as it purported to tax a non-resident in respect of inter-State sales or purchases of goods was ultra vires the Constitution. The place of publication was also not without significance. 286(1)(a) taken with the Explanation is that this provision while intended to prohibit taxation by States on outside sales was also meant to demarcate the boundary between inside sales and out.
Headquarters Engineers Group, concerned A unit of Signals . It was distributed in the Court premises where a very large number of licensees had fore gathered. There are various provisions in the Act laying down certain conditions, which dealers must comply with or submit to. Gorkha Regimental Centre concerned ASC unit . TABLE __________________________________________________ Column one Column two Armoured Corps Regiment .
The only reasonable construction of Art. They constituted restrictions on the fundamental right guaranteed to every citizen of India by Art. The American decisions founded on the 14th amendment which refers to due process of law may not be quite helpful in interpretation of our article 29. The question here is whether the offending passage is of such character and import or made in such circumstances as would tend to hinder or obstruct or interfere with the due course of administration of justice by the Court.
To begin with, the leaflet was written by a person who was himself the petitioner in one of the writ petitions which were on the cause list for hearing. The fact of distribution of the leaflet in the Court premises was denied in the affidavit of this respondent but when a (1)  S. , side sales and to assimilate one particular category of outside sales into the field of inside sales and to make it available for taxation by the consuming State. The rival arguments thus formulated on both sides involve questions of State policy on education with which the Court has no concern.
19 and further the remedy under the Act cannot be said to be adequate and was indeed useless if the Act providing for such remedy was itself ultra vires and void: The Ordinance came within Head 27 of List 2 of the Seventh Schedule of the Government of India Act, 1935:-"Trade and commerce within the Province; markets and fair; money lending and money lenders" and the Provincial Legislature was competent to legislate on that topic. RVC Centre This rule is not intended to limit the power of any convening officer, who at his discretion may order trial by General, Summary General, or District Court Martial at any place, if such a course appears desirable in the interest of discipline.
It is equally difficult, it is said, to appreciate why the salutory principle of imparting education through the medium of the pupil's mother tongue should require that a pupil whose mother tongue is not English but is, say, Guzrati, should be debarred from getting admission only into an Anglo-Indian School where the medium of instruction is English but not from being admitted into a School where the medium of instruction is a regional language, say Konkani, which is not the mother tongue of the pupil.
The actual timing of the publication of the leaflet is significant. Signal Training Centre, Jabalpur Infantry battalion . Regimental Centre concerned Gorkha Rifle battalion .