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Feb 17 1989 (HC)

Challa Ramkonda Reddy and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh by District ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-17-1989

Reported in : 1990ACJ668; AIR1989AP235

..... andmay have.....the same proceedings......againstthe secretary of state in council of india as they could have done against the said company.....'. this concept was reiterated insub-section (2) of section 32 of the government of india act, 1915, which declared 'every person shall have the same remedies against the secretary of stale in council as he might have had against the east india ..... dies. had the person not been arrested and put in jail, he would have been at home among the members of his family and/or friends, who would have definitely provided him medical relief and saved his life. having arrested him, having confined him in jail away from his relations and friends, and having allowed him to suffer and die without taking ..... . rule 48 of the madras prisons rules enjoins the prison officials to ensure the safety of the prisoners. similarly, there is no law which empowers the police to apply third-degree methods, or to mete out such treatment as results in the death of the detenu in a police station. in all these cases it must be said that the person ..... officers inexercise of their statutory powers relatableto sovereign functions of the state, the stateis not liable, even though the police officers acted beyond law in subjecting him to third degree methods leading to his death? one may say that applying third degree methods or torture is not permitted by law. true. but so is misappropriation not permitted by law; (reference is to kasturilal .....

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Feb 01 1989 (HC)

Dr. Pinnamaneni Narasimha Rao Vs. Gundavarau Jayaprakasu and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-01-1989

Reported in : I(1990)ACC468; 1990ACJ350; AIR1990AP207

..... practitioner of class to which he belongs or holds himself out to belong. in the case of specialists a higher degree of skill is called.15. the civil liability of medical men as held in r. v. beteman is:'if a person holds himself out as possessing special skill and knowledge ..... recognisable and preventable and respiratory arrest can be anticipated and corrected in the normal course of events by judging the depth of anaesthesia is the definite view of dr. kabir who also stated categorically:'if the surgeon was observing the anaesthetist from the head end of the patient where he ..... surgeons and also a fellow of international college of surgeons. tonsillectomy operation is an elective one about which there is unanimity among all the medical witnesses. the anaesthefist admitted that the pulse of the patient could not be felt. surgery, anaesthesia and resuscitation being team work of both the ..... in a sum of rs. 50,000/- as damages under all the heads including mental pain, suffering, loss of earning capacity, expenses incurred for medical treatment etc.3. opposing the suit the first defendant, the government of andhra pradesh in its written statement denied the allegations levelled by the plaintiff ..... who according to the plaintiff is vicariously liable for the damages since the alleged act of negligence was committed by the defendants 2 and 3 in the course of discharging their duties as employees of the state government.2. the plaintiff was a brilliant youngster aged 17 years in 1966 when he .....

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Aug 07 1989 (HC)

B. Srinivas and Others Vs. the University of Health Services, Vijayawa ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-07-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP95

..... do their diploma course. such of the candidates who have qualified, their number being 3 or 4, will have to satisfy the requirement of r.11(ii) before they are considered for admission into p.g. medical degree courses. by this method, the total number of seats which are going waste -- if it can be called a waste at all -- will be only ..... health sciences for 1989-90. therefore, the purport of all the writ petitions is to seek permission for appearing in the ensuing entrance test for admission to the post-graduate medical degree course. the facts in all these cases are not disputed and the main question which arises is of a purely legal nature which will have to be considered in all ..... courses, who are now trying to better their prosspects by appearing in the entrance examination to be held for the post-graduate medical degree course. it is an accepted fact that a post-graduate medical degree carries more weight in the field of medical sciences and it is supposed to be higher qualification as compared to post-graduate diploma held by a person. therefore, the ..... already passed once again to obtain a better class or a higher division. similarly,people who are pursuing diploma courses, which are definitely regarded as inferior to that of the degree courses, are allowed liberally to switch over to the degree courses subject to their eligibility and proficiency under the rules which may be promulgated by the institutions. if a candidate, who has .....

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Nov 07 1989 (HC)

A.P. State Schedule Castes Welfare Association Vs. Director of Enginee ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-07-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP88

..... tribes wherever possible so that such officers may broaden their outlook and also build up specialised knowledge. but, under no circumstances can this be construed to mean that a definite fixation of 25% has been made under the instructions referred to above. it is also pertinent to note that in the counter-affidavit filed on behalf of the respondents, ..... paper shall consist of quiz type as well as essay type questions carrying 60% and 40% marks respectively. the candidates will have to clear the papers in both the sections independently and the minimum pass marks of 70% for quiz type and 60% for essay type, shall be adhered to. the examinations will be conducted under the supervision of ..... for example, a hospital run by the state serves the ailing members of the public who need medical aid. medical services directly affect and deal with the health and life of the populace. professional expertise, born of knowledge and experience, of a high degree of technical knowledge and operational skill is required of pilots and aviation engineers.the lives of citizens depend ..... training on 'digital devices' and 'micro processors' should first themselves qualify in these subject by undergoing courses either at the nic training centre department of electronics or iit, delhi.'. 2. aircraft maintenance engineers in the avionics trade (instrunient/eleetricat/radio), earmarked to undergo specific 'avionics course' on airbus a-320 at aeroformation toulouse should first successfully complete the following .....

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Dec 06 1989 (HC)

B. Ramesh Vs. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-06-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP1

..... no doubt graphic and even telling. what the learned counsel contends for is not the straightening out' of any ruck in the texture of the section but to remove a portion of it and weave into it a new one. this a court cannot obviously do.'23. this principle is applicable ..... where the president deemed it fit to make any particular university institution or course as statewide he has included the same in the definition clause 2(f) or schedule to the order. this particular course does not find place in the schedule. so long as it remains as ..... 86/1004. dr. madhukar 83/100candidates at serial nos. 1 and 2 were admitted to the said course. the petitioner who did his m.b.b.s. (first degree) from andhra university and m. s. general surgery from all india institute of medical sciences, new delhi, and who ranks third in the merit list ..... residential clarification for all public employment. soon after the formation of the state of andhra pradesh parliament enacted public employment (requirement as to residence) act, 1957 making special provision for requirement as to residence for public employment and brought it into force with effect from 21st march 1957. the constitutional ..... to exercise such jurisdiction, powers and authority including any jurisdictional power and authority which immediately before the commencement of the constitution (thirty second amendment) act, 1973, was exercis-able by any court other than the supreme court or by any tribunal or other authority as may be specified in the .....

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Apr 21 1989 (HC)

Elkari Shankari Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-21-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ97

..... the criminal procedure code of 1973. so, the accused comes within, the definition of 'criminal lunatic'. section 24 of the indian lunacy act provides that an order under s. 466 or section 471, cr.p.c. 1898 or under s. 30 of the prisoners act or s. 103a of the indian army act directing the reception of a criminal lunatic into any asylum which ..... place and manner as the magistrate or court thinks fit, or (b) such person to be delivered to any relative friend of such person. sub-section (2) provides that no order for the detention of the accused in a lunatic asylum shall be made under clause (a) of sub ..... accused pointed out that it can be concluded that the accused was of unsound mind at the time of commission of offence. therefore, we have called for a medical report regarding the mental condition of the accused. the superintendent of the institute of mental health, hyderabad in his report dated 17-3-1959 stated that sri ..... sankari i.e. the accused was admitted and observed in the hospital as an inpatient from 28-2-1989. he is found to be suffering from major mental illness for which he needs treatment and care for 4-6 weeks. the learned counsel for the ..... to the field and saw the deceased lying dead with stab injuries. he gave the report ex. p-1 at the police station at kagaznagar. p.w. 2 stated that the accused is related to him. sriramulu is youngest son of the accused. on the date of the death of the deceased the accused and the .....

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Feb 24 1989 (HC)

Kum. M. Anuradha, Adv. Vs. Sri. Venkateswara University, Triupati

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-24-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP122

..... attempt against him would be oppressive and unreasonable. 1 am supported in my view by a judgment of the supreme court in abhijit v. dean, government medical college, aurangabad, : air1987sc1362 . in that case, the candidate fell seriously ill and was hospitalised during the final term of iii m.b.b.s ..... admitted to the course.9. on 31-12-1987 this court granted interim direction to the respondent to permit petitioner to attend classes. on 5-2-1988, further direction was given to the respondent to permit the petitioner to attend practicals as well. in these circumstances, the respondent is directed ..... graduate course the rule is indeed arbitrary.'7. from the above discussion it follows that in so far as the second limb of r. 2 is concerned, it has to be held as unreasonable and arbitrary as it does not take into consideration the circumstances which might prevent the candidate ..... these circumstances, it is prayed that the writ petition be dismissed.3. sri g. vendantha rao, the learned counsel for the petitioner, submits that r. 2 is arbitrary, unreasonable was oppressive and, therefore, it has to be struck down as it does not take into consideration the unforeseen events like sudden sickness, ..... in september, 1985 instead of june, 1985, she was treated as having passed in second attempt and was not selected, pursuant to r. 2 of the general conditions for admission to different courses of study. the petitioner therefore challenges the validity of the rule as being arbitrary and unjust .....

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Jul 28 1989 (HC)

Sri Saibaba Cloth Emporium, Adoni Vs. Kolli Sanjeevamma and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-28-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP106

..... land-lady herself cannot carry on any business, being sufficiently old besides being a lady. therefore, the requirement of the premises for running a medical shop by p.w. 2 seems to be not bona fide. accordingly, the lower appellate court is right in holding that the requirement of the premises is not bona ..... further, this court in mahaboob bi v. alvala lachmiah : air1964ap314 held that the words 'legality, regularity or propriety of the order' occurring in the section are wide enough to cover questions of both law and fact and that the high court can interfere with the orders of the courts below in a ..... whether the petitioner can be evicted on grounds other than those provided in s. 10 of the a.p. buildings (lease, rent and eviction) control act, 1960. the lower appellate court has passed the order of eviction on the ground that in the reply notice, ex.b.3, the present petitioner expressed ..... at any time, on the application of any aggrieved party, call for and examine the records relating to any order passed or proceedings taken under this act by the controller in execution under s. 15 by the appellate authority on appeal under s. 20, for the purpose of satisfying itself as to the ..... matters is, whether cross-objections are maintainable in a revision filed under s. 22 of the a.p. buildings (lease, rent and eviction) control act, 1960.2. the brief facts that led to this issue are that the eviction petition filed by the 1st respondent herein was ordered by the rent controller holding .....

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Jun 19 1989 (HC)

Public Prosecutor, High Court of Andhra Pradesh Vs. Tota Basava Punnai ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-19-1989

Reported in : I(1990)DMC466

..... be said definitely that it is a case of homicide. he has referred to the finding of the learned sessions judge in para 10 of his judgment that there is ..... any demand for dowry, such death shall be called 'dowry death' and such husband or relative shall be deemed to have caused her death. section 113-b of the evidence act says that when the question is whether a person has committed the dowry death of a woman and it is shown that soon before her death ..... the learned counsel for the accused contended that the medical evidence only shows that the deceased siva kumari died due to asphyxia on account of hanging and it is possible that she might have committed suicide, as it cannot ..... liable for punishment under that provision. the demand of a double cot also comes within the scope of dowry because according to the evidence of the father, p.w. 2, he agreed to pay rs. 6,000/- to a-1 besides rs. 500/- towards his sister's gift, besides giving him cot and other utencils. 7. ..... kumari, wife of the 1st accused and for other offences. the 2nd accused is the father and the third accused is the mother of the 1st accused. 2. the prosecution case is that the deceased tata sivakumari, aged about 20 years, was married to the 1st accused about three years prior to the date of .....

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Jun 28 1989 (HC)

Dodla Narayana Vs. Velti Reddemma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-28-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP147

..... a period of three months and the order of the court below ordering detention till he obeys the decree is contrary to the provisions of sections 51 and 58 of the act read with order 21 rule 32, besides being arbitrary.8. it is then strenously contended by mr. durga prasad that since he took ..... the period of detention cannot be construed to have prescribed an unlimited period. a reference to clause (2) of section 58 would also be appropriate in this connection.(2) a judgment-debtor released from detention under this' section shall not merely by reason of his release be discharged from his debt, but he shall not be ..... said period of detention -(i) on the amount mentioned in the warrant for his detention being paid to the officer in-charge of the civil prison, or (ii) on the decree against him being otherwise fully satisfied, or (iii) on the request of the person on whose application he has been so detained, or ..... the question to the division bench, as this is a question of importance and likely to arise frequently. that is how the matter is before us.2. the sole question for consideration is whether in a decree for execution of a prohi-bitary injunction, the judgment-debtor can be detained in a civil prison ..... holder to file a fresh e.p. if he chooses. then the decree-holder filed.e.p. 79/86, out of which the present revision arises, on 2-6-1986, for the same relief, i.e. for arrest and detention in civil prison. by order dated 11th september, 1987, the learned additional district munsif .....

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