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Aug 08 2001 (HC)

Gourikutty Vs. Raghavan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-08-2001

Reported in : 2002ACJ1356

..... result of brain anoxia. at present, she is a physical and mental cripple. she is not able to talk properly, walk properly and her thinking and memory power is definitely affected because she is not able to remember even the close relatives. she is not able to swallow. she will not be able to lead a wife without constant ..... this time, serious and permanent injury to the brain results, particularly to those parts with marginal efficiency of their circulation. clinically, it is difficult to judge the precise degree of hypoxia since slight heart action or an imperceptible blood pressure may serve to maintain the circulation to some extent. hence some individuals have made in excellent recovery after cerebral ..... says as follows:'the committee met at 12 noon on 13.4.72, the following members were present. (1) superintendent medical college hospital, calicut. (2) professor of surgery, medical college, calicut. (3) professor of obstetries & gynaecology, medical college, calicut. (4) district medical officer of health, kozhikode. the committee interviewed the patient and considered this particular case in all its aspects and have come to ..... the surgeon and the anaesthetist have failed to exercise reasonable care. there have been breach of duty on the part of the anaesthetist by reason of his failure, an act per se negligence in the circumstances, to administer respiratory resuscitation by oxygenating the patient with a mask or bag. he exposed the plaintiff to the room temperature for about .....

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Aug 08 2001 (HC)

Dr. M.K. Gourikutty and Etc. Vs. M.K. Raghavan and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-08-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Ker398

..... she is a physical and mental cripple. she is not able to talk properly, walk properly and her thinking and memory power is definitely affected because she is not able to remember even the close relatives. she is not able to swallow. she will not be able to ..... injury to the brain results, particularly to those parts with marginal efficiency of their circulation. clinically, it is difficult to judge the precise degree of hypoxia since slight heart action or an imperceptible blood pressure may serve to maintain the circulation to some extent. hence some individuals have ..... at 12 noon on 13-4-72, the following members were present.(1) superintendent, medical college hospital, calicut.(2) professor of surgeory, medical college, calicut.(3) professor of obstetrics and gynaecology, medical college, calicut.(4) district medical officer of health, kozhikode.the committee interviewed the patient and considered this particular case in ..... failed to exercise reasonable care. there has been breach of duty on the part of the anaesthetist by reason of his failure, an act per se negligence in the circumstances, to administer respiratory resuscitation by oxygenating the patient with a mask or bag. he exposed the plaintiff ..... order rejecting an application under order 9, rule 13 is appealable under section 104 read with order 43, rule 1 (d), cpc undoubtedly in appeal under section 96 against the decree this grievance can be made. section 105, cpc makes this position clear. crux of the controversy is whether .....

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Aug 17 2001 (HC)

Chandra Vs. Moongalar Estate

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-17-2001

Reported in : I(2002)ACC478; II(2002)ACC319; 2002ACJ478; (2001)IILLJ1582Ker

..... asthma. therapeutic intervention has focussed on the appreciation that airway obstruction in asthma consists of bronchial smooth muscle spasm and variable degrees of airway inflammation characterized by edema, mucous secretion and the influx of a variety of inflammatory cells. choosing appropriate medications depends on the disease severity (intermittent, mild persistent, moderate persistent, severe persistent) patterns of disease activity (exacerbations) relating to ..... risk which is an incident of the employment, the claim for compensation must succeed, unless of course the workman has exposed himself to an added peril by his own imprudent act....'.we are of the view that the meaning of the expression 'in the course of employment' unless the accident has arisen out of and in the course of employment, ..... of and in the course of employment coming within the ambit of s. 3(1) of the workmen's compensation act, 1923 (hereinafter referred to as the act), the entitle the legal her to claim compensation thereunder. the brief facts are as under.2. the wife of the deceased workman is the appellant. the workman chellaswamy was employed in the estate of the ..... respondent as a tractor driver. he used to work in the shift from 2 pm to 9p.m. everyday carrying tea .....

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Jul 02 2001 (HC)

Action Council Vs. Benny Abraham

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-02-2001

Reported in : AIR2002Ker65

..... and conduct an industry? once that is clearly understood by all, the petitioner and many other unfortunate entrepreneurs can smoothly get through the initial hurdles in their venture.2. under the kerala panchayat raj act, 1994 and the rules framed thereunder it is the panchayat which has to issue a licence for setting up an industrial unit. certain guidelines are also prescribed ..... assess the likelihood of offence or danger to human life or health or property and suggest preventive measures? those are areas requiring expert opinion. kerala state pollution control board, district medical officer and authorities in the concerned field like factories inspector, explosives director, geologist, fire officer, etc. are some of such experts. it has to be seen that those experts and ..... of the rules, at the stage of application for permission to establish a workplace and install machinery thereon. even then it has seen the scope of enquiry by the district medical officer and pollution control board and other statutory authorities is to see whether an industrial unit if established would be offensive or dangerous to human life, health or property. once ..... (supra) is rendered on the basis of the rules issued in 1963, where the panchayat was required only to consult and have due regard to the opinion of the district medical officer and other authorities. that is not the situation in the rules issued in 1996. viewed from that angles also, the decision in manjapra grama panchayat's case reported in .....

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Jun 25 2001 (HC)

Kesavan Nair Vs. Director of Health Services

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-25-2001

Reported in : [2001(91)FLR299]

..... (b) (i) to that rule. as the investigation is not completed and no final report is made at present, there is, except an information, nothing on which the magistrate can act to take cognizance of he offence alleged against the petitioner. therefore, it cannot be taken that a judicial proceeding is instituted against the petitioner at present.in such circumstances, no ..... is that a vigilance case vc 8/99 had been registered against the petitioner by the vigilance and anti-corruption bureau, thiruvananthapuram alleging offence under s. 13(2) read with 13(1)(d) of the prevention of corruption act and s. 120b ipc so far as he had committed certain alleged irregularities in the purchase of medicine while working in the district ..... medical store, thiruvananthapuram. investigation has not been finalised and no final reports has been made to the criminal court concerned.2. it is contended by the petitioner that unless a ..... india for grant of interest for delayed for delayed payment of dcrg cannot be exercised in respect of a person who is now charged with offence under prevention of corruption act.the original petition is allowed to the above extend. .....

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Feb 26 2001 (HC)

Philip Vs. Susan Jacob

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-26-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Ker195; II(2001)DMC290

..... 3. both of them are doctors who treated pw-1. but nothing has been stated by them in respect of his incapacity to do sexual act. pw-2 is the medical officer in public health centre, enadimangalam. according to him, he treated the petitioner for diabetics. ext. a11 is the certificate issued by him to the petitioner. it would only prove ..... , but he did not test the sexual capacity of the petitioner and he advised him to consult a neuro surgeon. nothing has been stated by pw-2 that the petitioner is incapable of doing sexual act due to the consumption of poisonous drugs.10. pw-3, doctor velayudhan of giji hospital, thiruvananthapuram is another doctor who treated the petitioner. ext. a10 card ..... , that will affect his brain. but he also did not test the sexual capacity of the petitioner. so the evidence of pws. 2 and 3 would not help the petitioner to prove that he was weakness in performing sexual act due to the consumption of poisonous drugs.11. the evidence of pw-4 would only show that he took initiative along with ..... in her house at thiruvananthapuram to indulge in sexual connections. thus, she is living in adultery with respondents 2 to 5 and others. due to the consumption of the soporific drugs, the petitioner became impotent and he became incapable of performing sexual act. though there was no carnel copulation between the petitioner and the first respondent after one month of their marriage .....

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Aug 10 2001 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Vijaya Retreaders

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-10-2001

Reported in : [2002]253ITR53(Ker)

..... [1991]191itr656(sc) , where the supreme court held that the appellant-company running a cold storage was not an industrial company for the purpose of section 2(7)(c) of the finance act, 1973. it was held that in a cold storage there was no processing of goods. in a bench decision of this court in cwt v. ..... and they were separately sold in the market in the same way as newly manufactured tyres. therefore, the assessee was an industrial company as defined in section 2(6)(d) entitled to the concessional rate of tax as applicable to an industrial company.'6. the division bench further held that, the only reason why ..... resulting in the production of commercially a new commodity different from the old and worn out castings. therefore, the assessee is entitled to deduction under section 80-i of the act.3. we heard learned counsel for the revenue, sri p. k. ravindranatha menon. learned counsel for the revenue contended that retreading is only ..... gets a new lease of life, that it is entirely different from the repairing activities carried on in a workshop and the work required a high degree of skill and precision. it was finally held that the work cannot be equated with the replacement of worn out parts of an automobile or repairing ..... . it may be a commodity in the market. the onlything is a worn out tyre becomes usable. we cannot also import the definition of manufacture in explanation (iii) to section 10a of the act. hence, the questions are answered in the negative and against the assessee. .....

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Jun 21 2001 (HC)

All Kerala Scientific and Surgical Dealers Association and ors. Vs. St ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-21-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Ker369

..... gives power to the state government to make rules generally to carry out the purposes and objects of the act in addition tothat contained in section 2. it is in exercise of the powers conferred in state government under sections 2 and 8 of the act the state government had issued the kerala poisons rules, 1960. rule 4 of the said rules provided that ..... alcohol commonly known as methanol has several uses such as laboratory regent, industrial solvent etc., that though the material had no use as a drug, it was sold widely through medical shops to hospitals, clinics and other such establishments, that in spite of its highly hazardous nature, its use as an adulterant of liquors such as arrack also increased, that ..... definitions that there is no prohibition against the sale of poison to the categories specified in section 7. however, the stand taken by the respondents in the counter-affidavit is that the professionals and educational and scientific establishments can obtain poison only from ..... for their own bona fide professional use or for use in the institution or other establishment, they have to obtain a permit from the licensing authority. the definition of wholesale includes supplies to hospitals, dispensaries and educational or commercial establishments. however, the definition of retail sale or distribution does not include the said categories. but. it would appear from the said .....

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Sep 11 2001 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Ernakulam District Cement Dealers Assoc ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Sep-11-2001

Reported in : [2002]253ITR198(Ker)

..... , on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the tribunal is right in law and fact in holding : (a) the assessee is a charitable association falling within the definition of section 2(15) of the income-tax act, 1961 ? (b) the assessee is a charitable institution and that its income would be eligible for exemption provided the conditions found in ..... tribunal, that the revenue sought a reference to this court of the question referred to above under section 256 of the income-tax act. section 2(15) of the act as it stood at the relevant time reads as follows :''charitable purpose' includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief, and the advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying on ..... trader members of the association. there is no provision for any relief of the poor or for education or for medical relief and the advancement of any other object of general public utility as contemplated by section 2(15) of the income-tax act. merely because clause 7 provides that the association shall not function for profit and the balance income shall be expended ..... , we answer the question referred to us in the negative and hold that the tribunal is not right in holding that the assessee is a charitable association falling within the definition of section 2(15) of the income-tax act, 1961, and that the assessee is not a charitable institution and its income is not eligible for exemption provided in .....

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Jun 01 2001 (HC)

Regional Director, E.S.i. Corporation Vs. Veeran Kutty A.V.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-01-2001

Reported in : [2002(94)FLR382]; (2002)IILLJ762Ker

..... in this case he cannot do the work even in a reduced manner which clearly comes within the definition under section 2(15-b) of the act with the permanent total disability. however, if the corporation gives the rehabilitation benefits under section 19 and thereafter he gets gainful employment, only disability compensation need be given till he attains employment elsewhere. otherwise he is entitled ..... . the above contention cannot be accepted at all because statutorily an appeal is provided under the act to the employees' insurance court against the decision of the medical board (see section 54-a(2)(ii) of the employees' state insurance act and rule 20-b of the employees' state insurance (central) rules). further, the e.i. court is concerned only with the benefit to ..... exposure to same environment. work in the same atmosphere will only add to the risk. employees' insurance court considered the evidence as follows:'according to ext. b3 decision of the medical board, the loss of earning capacity is 50% provided the occupation is changed. the respondent corporation by ext. a2 letter dated october 4, 1990 requested the employer to change ..... and weaving mills ltd. which is a government establishment. because of the occupational discase he was unable to do his work and his services were terminated by the company. the medical board of the e.s.i. corporation fixed 50% disability due to byssinosis which is an occupational disease. claiming that he is entitled to 100% disablement benefit, he filed .....

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