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Apr 05 2006 (HC)

Rana Abhai Singh Vs. the Hon'ble High Court of Judicature at Patna and ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Apr-05-2006

..... is relevant for our purpose. rule 3 reads thus:the standing committee shall have power, without reference to the judges(i) to dispose of all correspondence within its own department urgent in its nature and not of general importance;(ii) to make recommendations for promotion of subordinate judges to the rank ..... it would be nothing but malice, either in law or fact, or both as well, as the case may be. that apart, from the comparative service record, as alleged by the petitioner and submitted before us, other officers of the superior judicial service whose service record were not that good as ..... was called for under orders of the registrar (vigilance). sri singh in his report submitted that he has granted bail in exercise of power under section 437(6) cr.p.c. as witnesses could not be examined by the prosecution within the stipulated time. the matter was placed before the ..... knowledge of law fair. : on of sri singh relationship with members : was accepted by of the bar, colleagues and staff : hon'ble standing satisfactory. : committee. : 1983-84: a good judical officer : intelligent and sm article relation- : petition no. 4 ship with the members of the bar : file no. xxi-1-94 colleagues and staff ..... the court under the code of criminal procedure, 1973;(b) to make recommendations to the government for the testing of special powers under any special act;(iv) (a) to pass orders of transfer of district and sessions judges and additional district and sessions judges;(b) to pass orders of the .....

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Oct 17 2006 (HC)

Rohit Yadav Vs. the State of Bihar

Court : Patna

Decided on : Oct-17-2006

..... his shoulder is not established in absence of objective finding of corresponding injury on the shoulder by the doctor, the case of the prosecution so far as this part is concerned, fails. consequently, the charge under section 27 of the arms act against the appellant also fails as there is no specific independent ..... care and caution and if otherwise truthful and consistent, they can be relied upon in support of the prosecution case.13. with regard to the comparative weight of the inquest report vis-a-vis post-mortem report, he referred to the decision of the supreme court in the case of pandurang v ..... of the prosecution in respect of other accused persons are concerned.16. the last submission of the learned counsel for the appellant with regard to comparative value of the inquest report vis-a-vis post-mortem report is acceptable as learned a.p.p. except for citing judgment in the case ..... . state of hyderabad : 1955crilj572 , from where he pointed out that the inquest report was admissible under section 45 of the evidence act.14. examining the rival contentions of the parties on the point of discrepancy between the medical evidence and the ocular evidence, i find substance ..... weight and has to be accepted being evidence of an expert in terms of section 45 of the evidence act. he referred to two judgments of the supreme court, namely, the case of maula bux and ors. v. state of rajasthan : (1983)1scc379 and surjan and ors. v. state of rajasthan : 1956crilj815 .8. .....

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