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Nov 09 2004 (HC)

Gona Sivasankar Vs. K. Varaprasad and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-09-2004

Reported in : 2006ACJ2089; 2005(1)ALD386; 2005(3)ALT40

..... , respective medical practitioners have certified that the appellants cannot discharge the functions with the same efficiency or perfection. he submits that though the percentage of disability to the respective organs was relatively less, the impact of the same on the earning capacity is substantial, and having regard to the definition of total disablement under section 2(1) of the act, the ..... for the commissioner to make an assessment as to the loss of earning capacity where such an assessment is not made by the medical practitioner. they also contend that, simply because the appellants sustained injuries of various degree, it cannot be said that they became totally disabled from discharging their functions. they submit that, in some cases, the ..... or cleaners, as the case may be, to work on the vehicles owned by various owners. all the vehicles are covered by insurance. they sustained injuries, of varying degrees, mostly to their limbs, in the accidents that have taken place on various dates. they submitted claims before the commissioner for workmen's compensation and assistant commissioner of labour ..... commissioner had arbitrarily fixed the percentage of loss of earning capacity, totally disregarding the percentage of disability.5. the act provides for payment of compensation in the event of .....

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Nov 09 2004 (HC)

Gona Sivasankar and ors. Vs. K. Varaprasad and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-09-2004

Reported in : I(2007)ACC890

..... respective medical practitioners have certified that the appellants cannot discharge the functions with the same efficiency or perfection. he submits that though the percentage of disability to the respective organs was relatively less, the impact of the same on the earning capacity is substantial and having regard to the definition of total disablement under section 2(1)(1) of the act, the ..... the commissioner to make an assessment as to the loss of earning capacity where such an assessment is not made by the medical practitioner. they also contend that simply because the appellants sustained injuries of various degrees, it cannot be said that they became totally disabled from discharging their functions. they submit that in some cases, the commissioner ..... cleaners, as the case may be, to work on the vehicles owned by various owners. all the vehicles are covered by the insurance. they sustained injuries, of varying degrees, mostly to their limbs, in the accidents that have taken place on various dates. they submitted claims before the commissioner for workmen's compensation and assistant commissioner of labour ..... had arbitrarily fixed the percentage of loss of earning capacity, totally disregarding the percentage of disability.5. the act provides for the payment of compensation in the .....

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Oct 28 2004 (HC)

The New India Assurance Co. Ltd., through Its Branch Manager Vs. the C ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-28-2004

Reported in : II(2005)ACC272; 2006ACJ2832

..... resulting in permanent partial or total disablement, the assessment by qualified medical practitioner is necessary as required under section 4(c)(ii) of the act. the words 'qualified medical practitioner' is also defined under section 2(1)(i) which means 'any person registered under any central act, provincial act or any act of the legislature of a state providing for the maintenance of a ..... to the loss of earning capacity as assessed by the qualified medical practitioner permanently caused by the injury.' 10. a qualified medical practitioner is defined under section 2(i) of the act, which reads as follows: '(i) qualified medical practitioner means any person registered under any central act, provincial act, or an act of the legislature of a state providing for the maintenance ..... in force, any person declared by the state government, by notification in the official gazette, to be a qualified medical practitioner for the purposes of this act.'section 2(g) of the act reads as follows: '(g) 'partial disablement' means, where the disablement is of a temporary nature, such disablement as reduces the earning capacity of workman ..... in dispute that the doctor, who was examined before the commissioner fell within the definition of qualified medical practitioner.' 15. under those circumstances, we are of the considered view that section 4(1)(c) does not stipulate a requirement of assessment by the medical practitioner who had treat! ed the workmen concerned at the first instance. it is .....

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Dec 15 2004 (HC)

Laxmi Medical Distributors, Rep. by Its Partners and Competent Persons ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-15-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD(Cri)808; 2005CriLJ1601

..... to be quashed. heard the learned additional public prosecutor.3. by virtue of the powers conferred on it by sub-section 1 of section 7 of the drugs and cosmetics act, 1940, government of andhra pradesh by g.o.rt.no.49 health, medical and family welfare dept., dated 09.01.1992 appointed eight persons, including mr. p.venkateswarlu, to be the drug inspectors ..... cri.l.j.1470 it is held that a 'drug inspector' can file a complaint under section 11 of the act for violation of the provisions of the order. in that case, the drug inspector, warangal, filed a complaint alleging that the proprietor of sudha medical stores, sold 30 tablets of ibugesic 400 mg for rs.44-50 paise i.e. rs.9 ..... orderc.y. somayajulu, j.1. mr p. venkateswarlu, drug inspector, warangal, filed a complaint under section 7 of the essential commodities act, 1955 (for short 'the act), alleging that petitioners 1 to 5 who are the partners and the 6th petitioner who is the competent person in respect of laxmi medical distributors, which holds a wholesale drug licence to deal in drug formulations etc. supplied ..... -64 paise more than the price fixed and thereby contravened clause 21 read with clause 29 of the drugs (price control) order, 1979, punishable under section 7(1)(a)(ii) of act. relying on s.p.r.m. vithal .....

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Oct 12 2004 (HC)

V. Munikrishnaiah Vs. C. Janakirama Naidu and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-12-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD(Cri)638; 2005CriLJ1093

..... of proof to establish that the dishonoured cheque was issued towards discharge of a legally enforceable debt on the appellant, obviously without taking notice of section 139 of the act, which reads :presumption in favour of holder :-- it shall be presumed, unless the contrary is proved, that the holder of a cheque received ..... the appellant and, so, it cannot but be said that the appellant established the guilt of the first respondent for an offence under section 138 of the act beyond all reasonable doubt.7. in view thereof acquittal of the first respondent by the trial court cannot but be said to be perverse ..... who is the payee. for reasons best known to him first respondent did not choose to adduce any evidence to rebut the presumption under section 139 of the act in favour of the appellant. so, it has to be taken that the dishonoured cheque was issued by the first respondent towards a legally ..... appeal on merits.4. since the finding of the learned magistrate is that there is valid service of the statutory notice as contemplated by section 138 of the act on the first respondent, the only point for consideration is whether the dishonoured cheque was issued by the first respondent towards a legally enforceable ..... of the act against the first respondent and examined himself as p. w. 1 and marked exs. p. 1 to p. 9 on his behalf. first respondent who denied the offence did not examine any witness on his behalf,2. negativing the contention of the first respondent that there is no proper service .....

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Aug 25 2004 (HC)

Elgaturi Thirupathi Vs. State of A.P.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-25-2004

Reported in : I(2005)DMC626

..... that although a dying declaration recorded by a police officer during the course of the investigation is admissible under section 32 of the indian evidence act in view of the exception provided in sub-section (2) of section 162 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973, it is better to leave such dying declarations out of ..... direction to show that ex. p-3 was recorded when the deceased was conscious. it is a case of 100% burn injuries and it is definitely doubtful whether she was capable of making any statement at all. when two views are possible, that which would be in favour of the accused ..... of a magistrate for recording dying declaration and in such a case the dying declarations recorded either by police or by m.r.o. can be definitely relied on. in a case of charipalli shankararao (supra), no doubt, the apex court while dealing with the recording of dying declaration by head ..... hence, the dying declaration recorded by the head constable or dying declaration recorded by the m.r.o., cannot be doubted in any way and, definitely, reliance can be placed on the same. the learned additional public prosecutor had placed reliance on certain decisions to subsantiate his submissions.4. this criminal ..... cannot be recorded. reliance was placed on certain passages relating to the aspect of burns in medical jurisprudence of k.s. narayana reddy and at page 353, it is stated as follows:'deep (fifth and sixth degrees, dupuytren); in this, there is a gross destruction not only of the skin and subcutaneous .....

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Jul 09 2004 (HC)

Dr. B. Vamsi Pavani and ors. Vs. Government of A.P. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-09-2004

Reported in : 2004(6)ALD751

..... residence.36. a full bench of mysore high court in m. clarance v. m. raicheal, air 1964 mysore 67, considered the words 'reside' occurring in section 3 of the indian divorce act.'the word 'reside' connotes some degree of continuity of stay in a place and the words 'residing together' would consequently mean that the persons residing together should have continuously stayed together ..... r. sreedhar v. the convenor, emcet-1995, j.n.t.u. (writ appeal no.1007 of 1995 dated 13.9.1995) considered the definition of'local' and 'non-local' status appearing in annexure-iii to sub-clause 1.2 of the presidential order with reference to the above judgment. in that case, while the petitioner was studying in jawahar navodaya vidyalaya, choppadandi ..... , cannot consistently with the presidential order be implemented cannot be brushed aside and requires serious consideration and left the matter there, since the petitioner secured admission in one of the medical colleges. but their lordships observed that the scheme in the presidential order should be so understood as to permit and to assimilate the dr. pradeep jain's case (supra) principle ..... as a non-local candidates in mbbs pursuant to the eamcet examinations held in 1993. now they filed this writ petition questioning the regulations relating to admission to post graduate medical colleges affiliated to ntr university of health sciences, a.p. for the academic year 1999-2000, wherein it was specified that the candidates who studied for not less than .....

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Mar 31 2004 (HC)

Pradheer Gupta Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-31-2004

Reported in : 2004(3)ALD257

..... medical courses, and on the basis of such prescription, the universities offering the medical courses fix the age limit for appearing in the entrance ..... academic matters, under article 226 of the constitution of india.6. it is required to be noticed that admissions to medical courses, is regulated by the guidelines and regulations issued by the medical council of india, which is a statutory body, constituted under the indian medical council act, 1956, the medical council of india normally prescribes the age, qualifications and other requisites for admission into ..... high degree of intelligence and power of understanding the subjects taught, it cannot be said that fixation of minimum age at 17 years for appearing entrance test for admission into mbbs course by respondent no. 2, cannot be said to be illegal or arbitrary. respondent no. 2 being a national institution, and governed by the guidelines issued by the central government and medical council .....

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Mar 31 2004 (HC)

Master Pradheer Gupta (Minor), Rep. by His Natural Guardian and Mother ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-31-2004

Reported in : 2004(4)ALT5

..... medical courses, and on the basis of such prescription, the universities offering the medical courses fix the age limit for appearing in the entrance ..... academic matters, under article 226 of the constitution of india.6. it is required to be noticed that admissions to medical courses, is regulated by the guidelines and regulations issued by the medical council of india, which is a statutory body, constituted under the indian medical council act, 1956. the medical council of india normally prescribes the age, qualifications and other requisites for admission into ..... high degree of intelligence and power of understanding the subjects taught, it cannot be said that fixation of minimum age at 17 years for appearing entrance test for admission into mbbs course by respondent no.2, cannot be said to be illegal or arbitrary. respondent no. 2 being a national institution, and governed by the guidelines issued by the central government and medical council .....

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Apr 16 2004 (HC)

The Public Prosecutor, High Court of A.P. Vs. Badana Ramayya

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-16-2004

Reported in : 2004(1)ALD(Cri)983; 2004CriLJ3510

..... guidelines for consideration of the factors before awarding the sentence. the relevant portion is at para no.3 which reads as follows:-this new provision in section-235(2) is in consonance with the modern trends in prenology and sentencing procedures. there was no such provision in the old code. under the old code, ..... to the said contentions, it is now well settled that bad character is not relevant as can be seen from the provisions of sections 53 and 54 of the evidence act. it is clear that if the bad character is itself a fact in issue then only evidence can be placed. it is not ..... the persons. in that view of the matter, the evidence given out by the prosecution appears to be truthful and trustworthy as it is supported by medical evidence. the non-examination of neighbours does not in any way improbabilise the version of the prosecution witness. the non-production of the stick also does ..... or golden thread of proof beyond reasonable doubt which runs through the web of our law should not be stretched morbidly to embrace every hunch, hesitancy and degree of doubt....the evil of acquitting a guilty person light-heartedly as a learned author clanville williams in 'proof of guilt' has sapiently observed, goes much ..... of d.w.1 shows that he married another woman, who is a neighbour after giving divorce. a suggestion is put to him that because of his acts towards p.w.1, she gave divorce. in any view of the matter, that is going besides the point in issue. the question that falls for .....

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