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Sep 08 1989 (HC)

Dr. Neeta Sharma and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-08-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All93; (1990)1UPLBEC324

..... orderu. c. srivastava, j.1. by means of these writ petitions, the petitioners have prayed for their selection in the diploma courses in various specialities in g.s.v.m. medical college, kanpur.2. in writ petition no. 5502 of 1989, dr. . ajai kumar has prayed for admission in the diploma course in paediatrics department. in writ petition no. 5864 of 1989, ..... and we have heard learned counsel for the parties.6. the claim of these petitioners is that they have done housemanship in accordance with rules and directions issued by the medical council of india and those who have been admitted have not done at least six months housemanship in the department of paediatrics and yet they have been admitted. similar ..... for admission to the degree courses and diploma courses, the candidates must have done one year housemanship in the same subject or at least six months in the same subject and the remaining six months in an allied department. in the recommendations made by the medical council of india, which have been approved by section 33 of the indian medical council act, criteria for the ..... must have worked as a full-time postgraduate student in a manner equivalent to housemanship requirements, in the department concerned before taking up the postgraduate, courses.or (ii) worked in state medical services, armed forces medical services or other equivalent services of public undertakings, local bodies, etc. for a period of three years after full registration provided that one year of these three .....

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Jul 26 1989 (HC)

NaraIn Pasi and ors. Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-26-1989

Reported in : 1989CriLJ2552

..... articles. in our considered view, there is no conflict between cl (3) of article 20 and legitimate exercise of power under section 167(2), cr. p.c. or section 27 of the evidence act the correct approach, in our opinion, is that recommended by the division bench in the case of suresh (supra), namely, ..... kathikalu (supra) is that if so compulsion is used, a statement leading to the discovery of incriminating articles would be admissible under section 27 of the evidence act. in the same case it has also been held that the mere fact that the accused was at the time in the custody ..... of the supreme court in the case of the state of bombay v. kathikalu ogaih : 1961crilj856 in which their lordships have ruled that section 27 of the evidence act does not infringe article 20(3) if the self-incriminatory information is given by the accused without compulsion. the consistent view of the ..... of the police under section 167(2), cr. p.c. subject to the following safeguards:(i) the applicants shall be medically examined before being remanded to the police custody and immediately after their return from such custody to judicial custody.(ii) during their custody the police shall not adopt any third degree methods, whether physical ..... 9-1-1989. an f.i.r. was lodged in connection therewith and the applicants were named therein. in connection with a case under section 60 excise act the applicants were arrested on 17-1-1989 and lodged in the district jail, ghazipur. in pursuance of a 'b' warrant issued by the .....

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Oct 27 1989 (HC)

U.P. State Sugar Corp. Ltd. Vs. Deputy Labour Commissioner and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-27-1989

Reported in : [1990(60)FLR97]; (1994)IIILLJ122All; (1990)3UPLBEC1919

..... that the deputy, labour commissioner erred in law in finding that solomon was 'workman' under the act as solomon's work and duties clearly took him out of the definition of 'workman' as contained in section 2(z) of the act. it may be noted that no material has been placed in this court enumerating the duties ..... solomon's actual date of birth was 15-1-1918. it must be borne in mind that the question whether solomon was born on 15-1-1916 or on 15-1-1918 is essentially a question of fact and interference with the finding of fact recorded by the deputy labour commissioner is not ..... detailed consideration of the same the deputy labour commissioner came to find that solomon's date of birth was 15-1- 1918 and not 15-1-1916. copies of several documents have been filed before this court by the petitioner, in some of which there are additions and over-writings and it is ..... the corporation, solomon's date of birth was january 15, 1916 and, therefore, he was due to retire on january 15, 1976. the petitioner took a preliminary objection that solomon was not a 'workman as per the definition of that expression contained in the act. on consideration of the materials and evidence placed before him, ..... state sugar corporation limited, the petitioner. he died on may 15, 1977 and his legal representatives are respondent nos. 2 to 6. according to the petitioner, solomon's date of birth was january 15, 1916 and, therefore, he was due to retire on january 15, 1976. the petitioner served a notice on december 9, .....

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Oct 27 1989 (HC)

U.P. State Sugar Corporation Ltd. Vs. Deputy Labour Commissioner and o ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-27-1989

Reported in : (1992)ILLJ177All

..... the petitioner urged before this court that the deputy labour comissioner erred in finding that solomon was 'workman' under the act as solomon's work and duties clearly took him out of the definition of 'workman' as contained in section 2(z) of the act. it may be noted that no material has been placed in this court enumerating the duties and the work which ..... to the conclusion that solomon's actual date of birth was 15th january, 1918. it must be borne in mind that the question whether solomon was born on 15th january, 1916 or 15th january, 1918 is escntially a question of fact and interference with the finding of the fact recorded by the deputy labour commissioner is not at all called for ..... cases and on a detailed discussion of the same, the deputy labour commissioner came to find that solomon's date of birth was 15th january, 1918 and not 15th january, 1916. copies of several documents have been filed before this court by the petitioner, in some of which there are additions and overwritings and it is suggested that these interpolations were ..... per the records of the corporation, solomon's date of birth was 15th january, 1916 and therefore he was due to retire on 15th january, 1976. the petitioner took a preliminary objection that solomon was not a 'workman' as per the definition of that expression contained in the act. on consideration of the materials and evidence placed before him the deputy labour commissioner .....

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Aug 30 1989 (HC)

Centre of Indian Trade Unions U.P. State Committee, Kanpur Vs. the Act ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-30-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All55; (1990)2UPLBEC946

..... j. bahadur was cited for the proposition that a law is a tool to an engineer one of the components of which is a fair deal to the weaker human section like the working class.32. air 1953 nag 89 (fb), bhai laljagdish v. addl. dy. commr., akola; : (1966)illj458sc , pratap singh v. state ..... of the case; and (8) hearing, of the petition pending at lucknow had already started.13. in this petition, opposite parties are(1) the acting chief justice (2) m/s. j.k. cotton spinning and weaving mills co. ltd.,(3) suti mill mazdoor sabha, and (4) bhartiya mazdoor sangh.14. before issue ..... the facts of the present case, reference to those authorities is not necessary as we have proceeded to examine the legality or validity of the acting chief justice's order accepting the legal proposition canvassed by the learned counsel and contained in the said authorities. however, in deference to the learned ..... itself when it was open to the management to file the petition either at allahabad or at lucknow :(2) workers' interest would suffer; (3) in a socialist democracy slant should be towards the weaker sections of the society like the workers; (4) petitions pending at allahabad are of different nature; (5) ..... the present petitioner is not a party to the petitions pending at allahabad; (6) the management had not complied with this court's order dated 2-6-1989; (7) having .....

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Dec 13 1989 (HC)

The Oriental Fire and General Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Smt. Shakuntala D ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-13-1989

Reported in : II(1990)ACC359; 1991ACJ177; AIR1991All48

..... mean that the limit of the liability with regard to the third party risk becomes unlimited or higher than the statutory liability fixed under sub-section (2) of section 95 of the act. for this purpose a specific agreement has to be arrived at between the owner and the insurance company and separate premium has to be ..... to transact the business of an insurer, and (b) insures the person of classes of persons specified in the policy to the extent specified in sub-sec. (2) - (i) against any liability which may be incurred by him in respect of the death of or bodily injury to any person or damage to ..... comprehensive and the appellant was liable to pay the compensation. the learned judge had not discussed the evidence on record nor had considered sections 95 and 96 of the act. issue no. 2 was not even happily worded. in paragraph 17 of the written statement, the insurance company had claimed that it was not liable ..... the requirements of the motor vehicles act, 1939. limit of the amount of the company's liability u/s. ii-1(ii) in respect of any one claim or series of claims arising out of one event: rs. 50,000.' 14. section ii-l(i) has been incorporated at the end, s. ii to the insurance policy (ext. ..... for the damages under section 95, sub-sec.(l) clause(b) and sub-clause (i) of the act. this portion too was not properly quoted in the .....

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Jul 21 1989 (HC)

Union of India Vs. Smt. Sushila Devi and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-21-1989

Reported in : I(1990)ACC364; 1990ACJ1; AIR1990All82; 1990CriLJ923

..... of accidents involving the death of, or bodily injury to, persons arising out of the use of motor vehicles' occurring in section 110(1) of the motor vehicles act, 1939?. (2) whether in an accident involving a motor vehicle, merely for the reason of being involved in the accident, a claim for ..... the use of a vehicle on a public place without proof of negligence if accepted would lead to strange results. 27, 'section 110(1) of the act empowers the state government to constitute one or more motor accidents claims tribunal for such area as may be specified for the purpose ..... in such cases on the jurisdiction of the claims tribunal?'.2. in bhagwati prasad's case (supra) a division ..... bench of this court had occasion to consider the question whether a motor acci-dents claims tribunal constituted under the aforesaid act is competent to ..... compensation will lie before the claims tribunal 'constituted under section 110 of the motor vehicles act, 1939?. (3) what, if any, is the effect of the provisions of section 110-b of the act .....

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Jul 04 1989 (HC)

Chhote Lal Vs. U.P. State Electricity Board

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-04-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All27

..... purpose of enforcing a right arising from a contract or conferred by partnership act, unless the firm is registered and the person suing is or has been shown in the register of firms as a partner in the firm.8. sub-section (2) prohibits a suit by or on behalf of the firm against a ..... which had entered into the building contract being unregistered, the plaintiff was not entitled to claim any amount as the suit was barred under section 69(2) of the indian partnership act. it was also contended that the dispute sought to be referred to arbitration was not covered by the arbitration clause.4. the learned ..... property and also to a case for realisation of property of an insolvent partner by the official receiver or court under the presidency-towns and provincial insolvency act. sub-section (4) provides for exception in certain class of cases with which we are not concerned in this appeal.10. as the facts narrated earlier would ..... when the plaintiff filed a suit for the recovery of the amount, the plea was raised by the defendant by moving an application under section 34 of the arbitration act. the plaintiff's contention was that the proceedings in the suit could not be stayed. this plea was repelled holding that the dismissal of ..... and what the plaintiff is seeking is its enforcement by reference to arbitration. such a suit obviously would be hit by section 69(2) of the partnership act. there are number of cases of this court on this point and it is not necessary to refer to all of them. we .....

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Aug 04 1989 (HC)

Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd., Haldwani Vs. Dhanram Singh and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-04-1989

Reported in : 1990ACJ41; AIR1990All30; [1993]76CompCas624(All)

..... extinguish the right although it may place a bar against the remedy by suit.7. under s. 217 of the new act while repealing the old act certain savings have been made relating to some investigation etc. as enumerated in sub-section (2) thereof. these provisions do not specifically include the saving in respect of pending claim petitions. this seems to have been covered ..... apart from savings made in various sub-clauses of s. 217(2), s. 6 of the general clauses act also has been made applicable. section 6 of the general clauses act to the extent relevant for our purpose is as under:--'where this act or any central act or regulations made after re-enforcement of this act repeals any enactment hitherto made or hereafter be made, then ..... general application of s. 6 of the general clauses act, 1897 (10 of 1897 ..... by providing in sub-clause (4) that mention of particular matter in this section shall not be held to prejudice or affect the .....

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Aug 01 1989 (HC)

M/S. Garg Farms, Delhi and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-01-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All1

..... the government had material on the basis of which it could have legitimately formed the opinion that the matter was one of urgency covered by sub-sec. (2) of s. 17, the purpose being inherently such as did not brook any delay bound to be aused by inviting objections under s. 5a, ..... s. 17 provides that in the case of any land to which, in the opinion of the appropriate government, the provisions of sub-sec. (1) or sub-sec. (2) are applicable, the appropriate government may direct that the provisions of s. 5a shall not apply. that being so, it is impossible ..... national importance undertaken to cater to the needs of electricity to the vast region covering the aforesaid states. the notification dated february 25, 1988 issued under section 4(1) was published in the two daily newspapers having circulation in the concerned locality on march 10, 1988 and in the official gazette on ..... to cater to the needs of electricity over a vast area of the country. the degree of urgency attaching to such a project can scarcely be doubted and is writ large. it is, besides, covered by subsection (2) of s. 17 also which enables the appropriate government to acquire immediate possession of ..... facts.2. the petitioners claim to be tenure holders of the various plots situate in villages mandola and nanu, district ghaziabad. these plots are among the numerous plots which are the subject-matter of the impugned notifications issued by the state government under sections 4 and 6 of the land acquisition act. the .....

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