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Apr 15 2011 (TRI)

S. Babu Proprietor (Vaishnavi Travel) Vs. Nainar Pillai and Others

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Apr-15-2011

..... to kurukshetra and budhgaya. the very fact that there was festival, must be the special reason for taking them to kurukshetra, and being not taken, the organizer has committed negligent act. similarly, it is also admitted, because of the law and order problem, they were unable to go to budhgaya. thus it is seen, the opposite parties have not taken the .....

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Apr 11 2011 (TRI)

United India Insurance Co. Ltd., Vs. the Vysya Bank Ltd., Bvhss Extens ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Apr-11-2011

..... available, that could be furnished, lodged a claim, not settled unjustifiably, claiming documents, which are not available, thereby the opposite parties have committed negligent act, as well as deficiency in service, for which the complainant is entitled to compensation of rs.1 lakh also, in addition to the sum assured ..... ordered interest, only from the date of claim, not from the date of death, which ordinarily the nominee is entitled to, if the nominee had acted swiftly, which she failed. therefore, there cannot be any grievance, regarding the grant of interest also. when the district forum, has granted interest, it ..... no documents were available admittedly. this being the position, since the claim was not settled, insisting the documents, which cannot be in existence, the act of the 1st opposite party should be construed, not only as negligent, but also deficiency in service, which was correctly appreciated by the district forum ..... when there was no crime, when there was no fir, crpc, will not come into operation, which should follow, there cannot be a police report also. when postmortem was not admittedly conducted, and when the complainant has repeatedly said, she buried her son, we do not understand ..... of the insured, from claiming the sum assured, unless the terms and conditions of the policy, say so, or claim is barred by limitation under the act. 10. a model form, supplied by vysya bank ltd., covering this kind of policy, is exhibited as ex.b2. under the heading ??procedure for .....

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Oct 21 2011 (HC)

R.Antony Vs. the District Collector

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-21-2011

..... the only alternative of avoiding harm to the employee. it has also to be kept in view that the employee, in the instant case, unlike a police constable or a fireman, was not in such an employment where it was expected of him from the nature of employment to face the hazard of a ..... the insurer. even otherwise, the supreme court in two of its decisions has spelt out the true meaning of the word accident found in the workmen's compensation act. the first decision was the one reported in (2006) 5 scc 513 [jyothi ademma vs. plant engineer, nellore and another] and paragraph 7 of the ..... accident from the point of view of the person who suffered from it and it is an untoward event as defined in section 3(1) of the act. therefore, sustaining injury while on duty and meeting his death subsequently has to be necessarily considered as an accident arising out of and in the course ..... is an incident of the employment, the claim for compensation must succeed, unless of course the workman has exposed himself to an added peril by his own imprudent act....7.this court vide its decision reported in 1983 (ii) l.l.j. 326 [superintending engineer, parambikulam aliar project, pollachi vs. andammal] dealt with a ..... was rejected on the ground that it did not arise in the course of his employment.6.the supreme court, with reference to the provisions of the workmen's compensation act, in its decision reported in 1970 (1) scr 869 = (1969) 2 scc 607 [mackinnon mackenzie and co., (p) ltd. vs. ibrahim mahammad issak] .....

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May 05 2011 (TRI)

The Secretary (M.K.Tg.Cs) Lic of India and Others Vs. A.K.Jayaseelan

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : May-05-2011

..... operation that angiogram test to be made the claim was repudiated. this policy conditions were incorporated as long before so many years on the basis of the life insurance corporation act 1956 and in view of the advanced medical technologies improved through out the world and as per the medical literatures by way of news paper publications as filed by the .....

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Mar 21 2011 (HC)

M.Esakimuthu Vs. the Labour Court and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-21-2011

..... the learned counsel has made reliance upon the following judgments: 1.amulya ratan mukherjee vs. deputy chief mechanical engineer, eastern rly.and others [air 1961 calcutta 40]2.sawai singh vs. state of rajasthan [air 1986 sc 995]3.g.chandra kanth vs. guntur dt.milk producers union ltd. & ors. ..... of dismissal was passed under ex.m-19 dated 18.08.1992. a complaint was also given against the petitioner before the jurisdictional police station but the said complaint was closed as the materials were found insufficient.7.in the meanwhile, the petitioner filed a writ petition in ..... .b.rocho vs. union of india and others [1984 klt 590]7.t.jayabalan vs. inspector general of police (law and order), deputy inspector general fo police and superintendent of police [w.p.no.34189 of 2006 dated 12.01.2010]submissions of the second respondent:13.m/s.kala ..... authority to reach a finding of fact or conclusion. but that finding must be based on some evidence. neither the technical rules of evidence act nor of proof of fact or evidence as defined therein, apply to disciplinary proceeding. when the authority accepts that evidence and conclusion receives ..... ramesh, learned counsel appearing for the second respondent submitted that, decisions have been made by the respondents based upon the materials available on record. such a decision based upon factual findings shall not be interfered with by this court by acting .....

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Feb 04 2011 (HC)

A.Kajendran Vs. the Presiding Officer and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-04-2011

..... and another, (1991) 1 llj 111(sc), and the decision of the high court of madhya pradesh in sushil kumar vs. i.t.b. police force and anr., 1994 ii llj 264 and the decision of the calcutta high court in union of india vs. central govt. industrial tribunal and others, 1986 lab. i.c. 1269. the learned counsel further submitted that ..... of employment of the appellant is clearly severable and the appellant shall be entitled to invoke the jurisdiction under the industrial disputes act questioning his removal from service.15. the hon'ble supreme court in nirchiliya and ors. vs.management of safire theatre and another, (1991) 1 llj 111(sc) was considering the ..... , even departments discharging sovereign functions, if they are units, which are industries and they are substantially severable, they can be considered to come within the section 2(j) of the act. admittedly, the appellant was only a civil motor driver in the second respondent organisation, therefore, even if the second respondent factory exclusively produces equipments for the defence department, the nature ..... for the country (see air 1999 sc 1351:(1999) 6 scc 82 ajaib singh vs. sirhind co-op. mktg.-cum-processing service society ltd).12. section 2(j) of the act defines 'industry' to mean any business, trade, undertaking, manufacture or calling of employers includes any calling service, employment, handicraft or industrial occupation or avocation of workmen. thus, the language .....

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Aug 02 2011 (HC)

M.Nachiappan and anr. Vs. A.Nachiappan and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-02-2011

..... learned counsel that the impugned order is per see illegal, unsustainable and amounts to delegating the functions of the court to decide the issue are misconceived and hence rejected. the act of appointing a commissioner cannot be termed as one without jurisdiction. .........learned judge ought to have allowed the respondent-petitioner to complete his side of the evidence and then resorted ..... already on record. the trial court had the jurisdiction to decide under what circumstances it can appoint a commissioner. the commissioner so appointed is not performing a judicial act and it is a ministerial act . nothing is left to discretion and there is no occasion to use judgment or adjudicate the issue involved but only noting the details and reporting the actual .....

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Feb 15 2011 (HC)

E. Sathish Kumar and ors. Vs. the Inspector of Police and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-15-2011

..... where the allegations in the first information report and other materials, if any, accompanying, the fir do not disclose a cognizable offence, justifying an investigation by police officers under section 156(1) of the code except under an order of a magistrate within the purview of section 155(2) of the code. (3 ..... ) where, the allegations in the fir do not constitute a cognizable offence but constitute only a non-cognizable offence, no investigation is permitted by a police officer without an order of a magistrate as contemplated under section 155(2) of the code. (5) where the allegations made in the fir or ..... of fraudulent documents and for making false statement.4. on such a complaint dated 25.3.2010 given by the second respondent, the inspector of police, central crime branch, chennai suburban, st. thomas mount has registered a case in cr.no.41 of 2010 for the offence punishable under secs ..... against the accused. (6) where there is an express legal bar engrafted in any of the provisions of the code or the concerned act (under which a criminal proceeding is instituted) to the institution and continuance of the proceedings and/or where there is a specific provision in the ..... code or the concerned act, providing efficacious redress for the grievance of the aggrieved party. (7) where a criminal proceeding is manifestly attended with malafide and/or where .....

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Mar 31 2011 (HC)

K.Murugesan. Vs. the Deputy Commissioner/ Executive Officer, and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-31-2011

..... interfered with. the gravamen of the charge against the petitioner was started when the petitioner made a complaint to the inspector of the police, vadavalli police station on 28.5.2010 complaining that the chairman and the other trustees have called him by caste name and also insulted him and ..... investigation the complaint cannot be closed. but the said memo, which is also filed with sincerity and conscience should satisfy the authorities. ultimately the police authorities can be directed to give a quietus to the complaint. if the board is willing to revoke the suspension and reinstate the petitioner, ..... a quietus to the whole issue, the petitioner hereby undertakes that he would not pursue his complaint dated 28.5.2010 made to the vadavalli police.8. however, mr.t.chandrasekaran, learned special government pleader stated that there is no bar to withdraw the complaint. in a complaint of ..... therefore, it is very clear that it is the decision of the trust board, who are aggrieved on the petitioner's complaint to the police authorities, which became the root cause for placing the petitioner under suspension. notwithstanding the fact that the petitioner was a class iv employee and ..... therefore he requested action to be initiated against them under the provisions of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe act (prevention of atrocities) act, 1989. even before .....

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Oct 31 2011 (TRI)

A. Suresh Anand and Another Vs. M/S. Icici Bank Ltd., Rep. by Its Chai ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Oct-31-2011

..... rate instead of opting for fixed rate. the change in the rate in interest and rest of interest were informed to the complainants then and there, and the bank had acted as per the terms and paragraph 30 (a) of the loan agreement. the complainants having given consent for floating lending rates, opted consent, for clearing the emi, which was later ..... accepted the amount in full settlement of the balance, failure to hand over the documents is deficiency in service or negligence act, for which, practically we do not have any material though there are many correspondences between the parties, including police complaint. as rightly recorded by the district forum, there is a dispute between the parties, what is the actual amount payable .....

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