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May 05 2009 (HC)

Dr. Abhishek Mishra and ors. Vs. State of Chhattisgarh and ors.

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : May-05-2009

Reported in : AIR2009Chh58

..... reserved for st category and 14% seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to other backward category (excluding creamy layer). a total number of 6 seats of postgraduate degree and 2 seats of post-graduate diploma are reserved for assistant surgeons working under and sponsored by the state government.21. according to return filed by the state, 40 seats ..... course should be bona fide resident of the chhattisgarh in terms of the definition laid down by the government of chhattisgarh apart from other conditions.4. shri b. p. sharma, learned counsel appearing for the petitioners submitted that the petitioners were allotted seats in the medical college, raipur of the state of chhattisgarh against the prescribed all india quota ..... validity of rule 6.2 of the rules,. 2004 which was amended vide notification; dated 20th february, 2009. the state government in exercise of powers conferred under sub-section (1) of section 4 of the chhattisgarh chikitsa mahavidyalaya ke snatkottar pathyakramon main pravesh adhiniyam, 2002 (no. 28 of 2002), (for short 'the act, 2002') made the chhattisgarh medical snatkottar pravesh pariksha niyam, ..... is held.oris a bona fide resident of chhattisgarh in terms of the definition laid down by the government of chhattisgarh and has passed mbbs examination from any medical college recognized by medical council of india, and has completed compulsory rotating internship in a hospital recognized by medical council of india on or before 30th april of the year in which .....

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Aug 11 2009 (HC)

Bholaram Vs. State of Chhattisgarh

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Aug-11-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ4753

..... the sessions judge, durg in sessions trial no. 433/91 whereby and where under after holding the appellant guilty for the of-fence of gang rape convicted the appellant under section 376(2) (g) and 450 of the indian penal code (in short the code) and sentenced rigorous imprisonment for 10 years, with fine of rs. 1000/- in default of payment of ..... scc 133 : air 2009 sc 885 that conviction can be based on the sole testimony of the prosecutrix. in the present case statement of the prosecutrix is corroborated by the medical evidence, evidence of pw-4 kirtanbai whom she has immediately narrated the incident on close scrutiny of the evidence of the prosecutrix and aforesaid witnesses and suggestion given by the ..... him, innocency and false implication is claimed. after affording an opportunity of hearing to the parties learned sessions judge convicted and sentenced the appellant aforementioned for the offence punishable under sections 376(2)(g) and 450 of the indian penal code.6. smt. savita tiwari, advocate for the appellant and shri sushil dubey, additional public prosecutor are heard.7. judgment impugned and ..... (in short 'the evidence act') nowhere says that her evidence cannot be accepted unless it is corroborated in material particulars. she is undoubtedly a competent witness under section 118 and her evidence must receive the same weight as is attached to an injured in cases of physical violence. the same degree of care and caution must attach in the evaluation of her evidence .....

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Apr 28 2009 (HC)

Akhilesh Swaroop Sharma Vs. Rashmi Akhilesh Sharma

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Apr-28-2009

Reported in : AIR2009Chh51

..... the background of several factors such as social status of parties, their education, physical and mental conditions, customs and traditions. however, it is very difficult to lay down a precise definition or to give exhaustive description satisfy the conscience of the court that the relationship between the parties had deteriorated to such extent due to the conduct of the other spouse ..... /plaintiff never paid any maintenance to her. he has accepted the same in his cross-examination. at the time of the marriage the respondent/applicant was a student of master degree in computer management course and was studying at nagpur. the appellant/defendant never helped her even to pay the fees for the course. the appellant/defendant was reluctant to reveal ..... since then. the appellant/defendant threatened his wife over telephone and sent some scandalous letters to his wife through his brother and his sister-in-law. being aggrieved by such act of cruelty and desertion by the husband, the respondent/plaintiff had filed a civil suit for dissolution of marriage before the family court, durg. the family court, durg, vide judgment ..... ) in civil suit no. 519-a/2005, whereby the application filed by the respondent/wife under section 13(1)(1a) & (1b) of the hindu marriage act, 1955 (for short, the act, 1955) for grant of dissolution of marriage between the respondent/wife and the appellant/husband, was allowed.2. the facts of the case, in brief, as unfolded before the family court are that .....

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Jul 24 2009 (HC)

Ramnaresh, Vs. State of Chhattisgarh

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Jul-24-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ4344

..... a trial. they are not expected to be tape recorders to record whatever is being stated by the witnesses. section 311 of the code and section 165 of the evidence act confer vast and wide powers on presiding officers of court to elicit all necessary materials by playing an active role ..... an amount of caution and after testing it on the touchstone of the evidence tendered by other witnesses or evidence as recorded. section 134 of the indian evidence act provides that no particular number of witnesses shall in any case be required for the proof of any fact and, therefore, ..... easy prey and after overpowering her gang raped her purely for satisfying their lust and brutally committed her murder by throttling her thereafter. the act of the appellants/accused was not on account of any enmity or revenge. there are no mitigating circumstances in this case which would call ..... kill him (emphasis supplied by me) if he disclosed the incident to anyone which shows that while committing murder of rajkumari the appellants/accused were acting in furtherance of their common intention. thus, absence of evidence as to which of the appellants/accused actually throttled rajkumari to death does not, ..... produce the medical examination report of the appellants/accused as contemplated by section 53a of the code. however, neither in their examination under section 313 of the code nor in their defence the appellants/accused took the plea that they were impotent or incapable of sexual intercourse. kamla d.w.-2, wife .....

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Feb 24 2009 (HC)

Rupesh Kumar S/O Nischal Das Vs. State of Chhattisgarh

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Feb-24-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ1822

..... its actual commission. it may consequently be defined as that which if not prevented would have resulted in the full consummation of the act attempted. the illustrations given in section 511 clearly show the legislative intention to make a difference between the cases of a mere preparation and an attempt.11. in order to ..... was examined by dr. saroj gandharw vide ex. p-6, but the prosecution has not examined the doctor who had examined the prosecutrix, however, her medical report shows that no injury was found over her body or private part. according to the report, hymen of the prosecutrix was intact and her secondary ..... the appellant, submits that appellant rajesh chanchlani is a patient of psychotic disorder and he was under treatment in the medical college and hospital under dr. m. k. sahu from 30-1-2008 to 2-2-2008. he is suffering from alcohol dependence having history of alcohol induced psychotic disorder. learned counsel further submits that ..... lay the prosecutrix on the floor and he was trying to lay over her. he lodged the report vide ex. p-2. the police prepared spot map vide ex. p-3. he consented for medical examination of her sister vide ex. p-4.13. sushil kumar (pw-5), head constable and shashi mohan singh ..... ram (pw-3) immediately lodged the report, same was written in dehati nalishi ex. p-2 and on the basis of dehati lalishi, f.i.r. ex. p-5 was registered. the prosecutrix was sent for medical examination vide ex. p-6 and she was examined by the doctor. no injury was found .....

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Jun 16 2009 (HC)

income Tax Officer Vs. Dhan Sai Srivas and ors.

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Jun-16-2009

Reported in : (2009)226CTR598; [2009]315ITR318; [2009]183TAXMAN302(NULL)

..... incurring of the liability is complete. as soon the liability is incurred, it becomes a deemed payment in view of definition of 'pay' defined under section 43(2) of the act. in the present case though the amount of monthly benefit payable under the voluntary retirement scheme consists of salary or benefit ..... subsequently, he revised the taxable income at rs. 98,800/-. the a.o. selected his case for scrutiny and issued notice under section 143(2) of the act. during the assessment proceeding it was noticed that the employer of the respondent had determined the ex-gratia amount of voluntary retirement at rs ..... in lieu of salary, as defined in section 17 (1) or (3) read with section 43(2) of the act. prior to amendment in the act, 2003, any amount 'received' by an employee on his voluntary retirement in accordance with any scheme ..... at or in connection with the termination of his employment or the modification of the terms and conditions relating thereto.11. section 10(10c) of the act was inserted in order to make voluntary retirement attractive so as to reduce human complements for securing economic viability of certain companies ..... to the extent of rs. 5 lac. other amounts payable under different heads, such as encashment of leave pay, medical benefit, gratuity etc. would not qualify for exemption under section 10(10c). it is further held that the amount which is receivable at the time of voluntary retirement according to .....

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Dec 04 2009 (HC)

Saradhuram Vs. State of Chhattisgarh

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Dec-04-2009

Reported in : 2010CriLJ1188

..... bombay in the matters of niranjan (supra) and mahadeo (supra), conflict between ocular evidence and medical evidence is fatal to the prosecution. in the present case, ocular evidence is well corroborated by the medical evidence. definitely, sukho bai (pw-1) is wife and closed relative of the deceased. her presence at ..... matter of state of madhya pradesh v. dharkole alias govind singh and others6 in which the apex court has held that conflict between ocular and medical evidence not to be given primacy over ocular evidence.13. in order to appreciate the contentions of the parties, we have examined the evidence ..... being a material factor to verify the presence of the eye-witnesses it was obligatory for the prosecution to have clarified the discrepancy between the medical evidence and the oral evidence.11. on the other hand, learned state counsel supported the judgment impugned and argued that the prosecution has ..... mahadeo kundalik vaidya and ors. v. state of maharashtra in which the high court of bombay has held that conflict between ocular evidence and medical evidence is fatal to the prosecution. learned counsel further placed reliance in the matter of moti etc. state of u.p. in which the ..... confessional statement made before the police is not admissible in evidence. the evidence of dansai (pw-2) is not admissible. the evidence of this witness relating to disclosure statement is hit by section 25 of the evidence act.20. mani ram (pw-3) is also witness of extra-judicial confession. he has .....

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Dec 16 2009 (HC)

Avtar Singh Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh (Now C.G.)

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Dec-16-2009

..... justice of the high court of madhya pradesh at jabalpur has transferred this appeal to this court in accordance with sub-sections (1) & (2) of section 30 of the madhya pradesh reorganisation act, 2000 which read as follows:30. transfer of proceedings from madhya pradesh high court to chhattisgarh high court.-(1) except ..... of the nirankari chief baba gurubachan singh. the aforesaid witnesses have also proved the fact that the appellant has committed the offence under section 28 of the arms act, beyond all reasonable doubts. learned state counsel placed reliance in the matter of state of w.b. v. mir mohammad omar ..... f.i.r. and other documents of the police station;(d) non-identification of chappals founds on the place of incident;(e) conflict between medical and ocular evidence;(f) making out a new case by the trial court which is not permissible under the law; and(g) denial of ..... in order to prove the guilt of the accused persons, the prosecution has examined as many as 66 witnesses. the accused were examined under section 313 of the cr.p.c. in which they denied the circumstances appearing against them and pleaded innocence & false implication. they have also examined ..... section 307 read with section 34 of the i.p.c. for attempting to commit the murder of the nirankari chief baba gurubachan singh on the ground that the appellant has fired twice upon the chevrolet car with intent to kill the nirankari chief.62. entire evidence of the prosecution is sufficient for drawing a definite .....

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Dec 02 2009 (HC)

R.N. Wahne Vs. Smt. Vinita Wahne

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Dec-02-2009

Reported in : AIR2010Chh28

..... to get decree for dissolution of marriage by a decree of divorce in his favour by hook or crook without any ground available under section 13(1) of the hindu marriage act 1955.12. after considering the evidence adduced on behalf of the parties, learned third additional principal judge, family court, durg has ..... ground for dissolution of marriage by a decree of divorce, but the present appellant has not adduced any evidence to show that he has provided adequate medical treatment to her. this fact itself shows the cruelty committed by the appellant upon the respondent, disentitles him for dissolution of marriage by a decree ..... the fact that the respondent is mentally ill. the appellant has placed reliance of document (ex.p/2) consent letter executed by the respondent in which it has been specifically mentioned that her behavior is not normal. she is of irritating behavior. she ..... the contentions of the parties, we have examined the evidence available on record. according to nutshell evidence of the appellant and his witnesses arshad hussain (pw-2). pannalal kothari (pw-3) and rajkumar wasnik (pw-4), behavior of the respondent is abnormal and it appears that the appellant has tried to prove ..... of her mental illness. in her evidence, she has specifically deposed that the present appellant has taken signature over ex.p/2. she has written other letters as dictated by the appellant.9. on close scrutiny of the letters, alleged consent letter (ex.p .....

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