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Jan 09 1989 (HC)

Mahmood Ilahi Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-09-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ850

..... of the assailants to him. we are satisfied that p.w. 5, maqbool hasan was simply a witness of panchayatnama and that therefore his res gestae evidence under section 6 of the evidence act cannot be believed at all.25. lastly, the prosecution has placed reliance upon dying declaration. learned counsel for the state has urged before us that when after the ..... however, given the said distance as six furlongs. p.w. 6 baladin yadav s.o., who investigated this case, has, however, stated that the place of occurrence was only 11/2-2 furlongs away from the police station; phaphund. whichever version may be accepted it is obvious that the place of occurrence was close to the police station and the report of ..... /2 cm from upper border of pinna on right side of ..... phaphund, where his injuries were examined by a medical expert on the same date at 10.03 a.m. his medical evidence revealed that he had sustained the following injuries:1. lacerated wound on upper border of occipital bone of skull. transversely measured 21/2 cm x 2 cm 11/2 cm margins were irregular. discharge was serious.2. contused wound on right parietal region. 31 .....

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Nov 15 1989 (HC)

New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Himmat Singh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-15-1989

Reported in : 1990ACJ986

..... was fractured and he has been permanently incapacitated. his claim for rs. 34,500/- was, therefore, put forward before the tribunal under section 110-a of the motor vehicles act.3. the petition was contested by the owner of the tempo and also by the assurance company. the tribunal on assessment of the ..... while computing the award of compensation the tribunal, however, granted a decree for rs. 17,500/- only. against a claim of rs. 4,000/- towards medical expenses only rs. 2,000/- has been awarded. similarly, against a claim of rs. 10,000/- for mental shock, pain and agony only rs. 5,000/- has been ..... travelling and medicine etc. apart from the doctor's fees. in the circumstances of the present case, therefore, the claim for rs. 4,000/-towards medical expenses could not be said to be excessive.5. admittedly, the claimant was a petty businessman and on account of prolonged treatment he must have neglected ..... the claimant remained under the treatment of as many as 4 doctors at different times including a plastic surgeon. he was under treatment in lucknow medical college as well as at allahabad and the fact that the treatment continued for a prolonged period it must have resulted in a large amount of ..... entitled to any compensation at all. since both these appeals arise out of the same award they can be conveniently disposed of by a common judgment.2. the fact about the accident and the injuries caused to the claimant are not seriously in dispute. the claimant was travelling along with his wife .....

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Feb 08 1989 (HC)

Zahoor Ali Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-08-1989

Reported in : 1989CriLJ1177

..... of commission of rape by the appellant and he has been wrongly convicted for the offence under section 376 ipc. i find much force in this argument. dr. (smt.) uma sahni (p. w. 1) who medically examined her could not give any definite opinion about the commission of rape on her. the hymen was old torn and healed. ..... about the commission of rape on her could be given.4. on behalf of the prosecution 8 witnesses were examined kumari chhoti (p. w. 2) narrated the whole incident. dr. (smt) uma sahni (p. w. 1) medically examined her. dr. j. p. gupta (p. w. 8) took x-ray of her elbow, knee etc. in the dufferine hospital, ..... , 366 and 376 i.p.c.3. kumari chhoti was sent to dufferine hospital lucknow for medical examination. there she was examined by dr. (smt.) uma sahni(p. w. l)on 19-11-1984 at 2.20 p.m. on external examination she found that breasts not developed; pubic and axillary hairs were not present and ..... .b. singh, j.1. zahoor ali, appellant has been convicted for the offences punishable under sections 363, 366 and 376 ipc and sentenced to 3 years' r.i., 5 years' r.i. and 10 years' r.i. respectively for these offences.2. kumari chhoti is daughter of majeed resident of rampur khatra police station safdarganj district barabanki. she ..... and 366 i.p.c. against zahoor ali, appellant. the case of rape was disclosed by her during investigation. kumari chhoti (p. w. 2) is the solitary witness on this point. she stated in examination-in-chief that zahoor ali kept her at his house for two days and .....

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