Khalsa Gymnastics Works vs Union Of India & Ors on 16 March, 2017

1. The petitioner impugns the directions of the respondent in
banning the petitioner for a period of three years from entering into
any business dealings with the respondent-Sports Authority of India
and all its Regional Centres / Sub-Centres /Academic Institutions /
SAG / SYC Centres etc. under the administrative control of Sports
Authority of India.

2. The petitioner is aggrieved by the banning order as well as the
period of three years for which the petitioner has been banned.

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3. It would be necessary at this stage to examine certain facts of
the case. The respondent-Sports Authority of India issued Notice
Inviting Tender on 24.01.2014 for supply of sports goods inter-alia
20 Billiard & Snooker tables and accessories. The condition of the
tender was with regard to the domestic goods or goods of foreign
origin located in India, the required delivery period was immediate
i.e. within four days from the date of issuance of contract.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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