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Jul 22 2010 (HC)

Bhartiya Alternative Medical Foundation and Others. Vs. the State of M ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... the state and for matters concerned therewith.16. definition of medicine and medical education has been amended vide act no. 15/2006. the definition of 'medicine' has been modified by addition of clause (iv) in section 2(b). earlier 'medicine' used to mean; (i) the medicine within the meaning of clause (f) of section 2 of the indian medical council act, 1956, (ii) medicine in homeopathy and biochemistry within the meaning ..... medicine and medical education as defined under section 2(b) and 2(c) in said adhiniyam, 1973. thus legislative intent is clear that petitioner institutions cannot impart education as they are not recognized under adhiniyam, 1973 neither prefix 'doctor' can be used and nor degree or diploma can be distributed. any violation of the provisions, attracts the penal provision of section 8.24. coming to the ..... electro homeopathic system; the state government has not chosen to legislate and we find other directions prohibitory in nature were issued by this court, such institutions were debarred from awarding degree in the course conducted by them till legislative enactment is made and adequate publicity was required to be given by informing the general public that such institutions are not recognized .....

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Oct 29 2010 (HC)

Dr.Pooja Mathur, and ors. Vs. S.R. Alam ; Alok Aradhe, J.J.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... examinations, qualifications of the examinations and the conditions of admission to such examinations. in exercise of powers under section 33 read with section 20 of 1956 act, the medical council of india with the previous approval of the central government has framed regulations called as post graduate medical education regulations, 2000.14. regulation 9 of the regulations read as under:-"regulation 9. selection of post ..... the academic merit. it further provides that the university or the institution may adopt any one of the modes mentioned in clause i to iv of the regulation 9.2. regulation 9.2.ii of regulations provides that academic merit of candidates may be assessed by a centralized competitive test held at the national level. thus, pre. p.g. test is held in ..... graduate students.1. students for post graduate medical courses shall be selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit2. for determining the academic merit, the university/institution may adopt any one of the following procedures both for degree anddiploma courses:-i. on the basis of merit as determined by the competitive test conducted ..... to 4 to allow her to participate in the second round of counselling. it is, inter alia, averred in the writ petition that petitioner has obtained m.b.b.s. degree with four gold medals. she as well as respondent no.5 appeared in pre p.g. test, 2010, conducted by the respondent no .....

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Jul 05 2010 (HC)

Mohammad Shafiq @ Munna @ Shari S. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... and amount of evidence to be led by it to establish the charge cannot be of the same degree as is required in other cases of circumstantial evidence. the burden would be of comparatively lighter character. in view of section 106 of the evidence act there will be a corresponding burden on the inmates of the house to give a cogent explanation as ..... .8. it was no longer disputed that deceased amina, rubina and sanjida died of homicidal injuries and arsi and ayna suffered grievous injuries.9. dr. jayanti yadav (pw-2), assistant professor in forensic department of gandhi medical college, bhopal, conducted postmortem examination of the dead bodies of rubina and amina. rubina was a girl aged about 14 years. dr. jayanati yadav (pw ..... and sanjida died due to homicidal injuries found on their heads by some heavy hard and blunt object.13. dr. ravi upadhyay (pw-3), rso, gandhi medical college, bhopal, examined the injuries of ayna and arsi on 4.2.2009. he found following injuries on the body of ayna:-"(1) lacerated wound 4x1.5 cm on right frontal region with palpable fracture ..... -2) found following injuries on the body of rubina: "a lacerated wound present over right forehead situated obliquely 5 x 3 cms. with medial upper end bone above mid of .....

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Jul 16 2010 (HC)

Vimal Rana, S/O Ramdayal Gujar, and ors. Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... gadarwara. during investigation, spot map was prepared, damaged marshal jeep of the deceased was seized from the spot, accused persons were arrested and on their respective informations under section 27 of the evidence act, lathis were recovered.5. during trial, appellants abjured their guilt and pleaded false implication due to political and caste fractions. according to parath singh, malkhan singh, ajju ..... dw-4).7. learned special judge, relying mainly on the evidence of eyewitnesses viz. kullhad baba @ shahbaj khan (pw-2), ashok (pw-3), dabbu @ purshottam (pw-4), gudda @ sandeep (pw-5) and deendayal (pw-9) and finding it supported by the medical evidence, held the appellants guilty and convicted and sentenced them as mentioned above, however, acquitted accused bhalu @ harishanker gujar, ..... to witnesses dabbu @ purshottam (pw-4), ashok (pw-3) and kullhad baba @ shahbaz khan (pw-2), they reached hospital between 8 to 9 p.m.. when their treatment was going on, police reached there. according to ashok (pw-3), police did not send them for medical examination and no police officer met them in the night. from the requisitions for ..... /2 hours to reach gadarwara from chhindwara. therefore, the possibility of meharban participating in the incident could not be ruled out.28. according to appellant parath singh, he remained admitted in gandhi medical college, bhopal from 10.7.2003 to 26.7.2003. therefore, it was not possible for him to have participated in the incident, which took place .....

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Sep 06 2010 (HC)

ispat Khadan Janta Mazdoor Union. Vs. the Director, Steel Authority of ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... the establishment was situated, would be the appropriate government;(b) after the said date in view of the new definition of that expression, the answer to the question referred to above, has to be found in clause (a) of section 2 of the industrial disputes act; if (i) the concerned central government company/undertaking or any undertaking is included therein eo nomine, or ..... amenities to be provided, rule 8 provides for the time when creches shall be kept open, rule 9 provides for medical arrangement and rule 10 provides for provisions of staff.maternity benefit act is also applicable. the "employer" is defined in section 3(iii) to be the person having ultimate control over the affairs of the establishment called manager, managing director, ..... supply of drinking water. rule 33 provides for construction of latrines and urinals. rule 36 provides for providing water and washing facility etc. chapter vi provides for first aid and medical appliances. rule 44 provides for first aid station. under rule 53, register of leave with wages has to be maintained by the management. under rule 54 such information has ..... work,including the receiving of raw material, rolling the beedis at home and delivering them to the manufacturersubject to the right of rejection there is sufficient evidence of the requisite degree of control and supervision for establishing the relationship of master and servant between the manufacturer and the home worker. the work of rolling beedis is not of asophisticated nature, .....

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Sep 28 2010 (HC)

Arman Khan and Others. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... salman khan can be convicted for lower offence of the same nature.19. learned counsel for the state has argued in his appeal under section 377 cr.p.c that the acts of accused arman khan and salman khan are grave, and therefore, their sentences be enhanced. but after the discussion in foregoing paras ..... victims, but vilas mishra could manage to escape, whereas other two victims sustained injuries. ultimately, manish and amit were brought to the hospital for their medical examination and treatment. a separate sessions trial was initiated for that incident. when the injured vilas went to the hospital with his father d.p. mishra ..... 1. since both the above appeals arise out of common impugned judgment, this judgment shall govern disposal of both the appeals.2. this criminal appeal under section 374(2) of the code of criminal procedure has been preferred by the appellants being aggrieved by the impugned judgment dated 19/12/ ..... scissors causing injury in his abdomen, face and other places, whereas the accused raju assaulted him by kicks and fists. witness d.p. mishra (pw-2) has accepted in para 13 of his statement that raju has lost his one arm prior to this incident, therefore, it was not possible for raju ..... the previous incident, and therefore, it is natural that he would have visited hospital with arman khan also.11. in the present case, d.p. mishra (pw-2), lokesh (pw-8), anoop choubey (pw-9), vilas mishra (pw-10), amit mishra (pw-11) and dhiraj shendre (pw-15) were examined as eye-witnesses .....

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Mar 16 2011 (HC)

Subrato Roy, and ors. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... roy and ram kumar maitra, their case can be kept in this category. the cases of other petitioners cannot be kept in the category of "no definite evidene", against them there is specific allegation. as far as petitioner n.k.jain, secretary is concerned, he was incharge of all documents of mandi samiti ..... in the alleged offence. on this report, ps- city kotwali, burhanpur registered crime no. 120/2000 and investigated the matter and filed charge sheet, charges under sections 120-b, 420,467,468 and 409 of ipc have been framed against all petitioners. (6) i have heard learned counsel for both the parties and ..... without sanction, but here, as far as petitioners of burhanpur and indore are concerned, their work cannot be said to be bona fide . moreover the act of interpolation cannot be said to be done under the colour of official work. so no sanction u/s 197 cr.p.c. is necessary. this ..... petitioners at bhopal are concerned.(19) learned counsel for petitioners have relied upon the following authorities :-1. mahesh chaudhary vs. state of rajasthan (2009) 4 scc 439;2. r.kalyani vs. janak c.mehta and others (2009) vol. 1 scc 516;3. vvs rama sharma and others vs. state of m.p. and others ..... office,indore, secretary, n.k.jain, mandi samiti, burhanpur, , harish bagwaiya, ae, regional office, indore, as per this technical report, over writing on figure "2" and insertion of figure "6" is there at three places and estimate of rs.24 lacs has been interpolated to rs. 71,63,000/- and again there are .....

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Oct 14 2010 (HC)

Abdul Nafis (Minor). Vs. Adarsh Shiksha Samiti, and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... carriage, (d) light motor vehicle, (e) transport vehicle, (f) road roller and (g) motor vehicle of other specified description. the definition clause in section 2 of the act defines various categories of vehicles which are covered in broad types mentioned in sub- section (2) of section10. they are `goods carriage', `heavy-goods vehicle', `heavy passenger motor-vehicle', `invalid carriage', `light motor-vehicle', `maxi- ..... and other parts of the body resulting into permanent disablement in his right leg. appellant/claimant was treated in various hospitals, remained hospitalized for several days and incurred heavy medical expenses amounting to rs.1,00,000/- in his treatment. appellant/claimant had to undergo surgical operation twice and suffered mental pain and suffering. appellant/claimant, therefore, claimed ..... 000/- for physical injury and mental pain and suffering of the appellant, as awarded by the tribunal, was apparently inadequate. although, no cash memo or medical bills etc. were filed to prove medical expenses, but evidently claimant/appellant was a resident of gotegaon and he had to take treatment at jabalpur, remained in the hospital for several days. obviously, ..... mlc report (ex.p-3) of the appellant, however, indicated that the appellant/claimant had sustained injuries in his right leg and he was also referred to medical college, jabalpur for further treatment. there was also oral evidence of father and uncle of the appellant, namely, abdul shafiq (a.w.-3) and abdul aziz (a.w .....

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Aug 09 2010 (HC)

Parishram Samaj Evam Kalyan, and ors. Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh, ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... with some modification and to afford an opportunity of hearing. the aforesaid provisions have not been made applicable in respect of section 23-a of the act. however, even while amending section 23-a of the act, sub-section (2) of section 23 of the act which requires publication of draft development plan and invitation of objections and suggestions and for affording reasonable opportunity of hearing to the ..... been held to be mandatory in nature and since the notice with regard to draft modified plan has not been published in accordance with provisions of sub section (2) of section 23 of the act, all subsequent actions have to be held to be invalid and no sanctity can be attached to the same as it is well settled in law that any action ..... development plan for implementation of projects of town and country development authority as well as development projects of central government or the state government and its enterprises, yet sub-section (2) of section 23-a which requires the state to publish a draft of modified development plan continuously for two days in such two daily newspapers which are in the approved list of ..... this connection, learned counsel for the petitioner has relied on decisions of apex court in m.i. builders (p) ltd. v. radhey shyam sahu, (1999) 6 scc 464 and bangalore medical trust v. b.s. muddappa, (1991) 4 scc 54.8. on the other hand, mr. prashant singh, learned additional advocate general for the state contended that before issuance of notifications .....

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Aug 03 2010 (HC)

Sayeed Mohd. S/O Nadeer Mohd. Vs. Union of India, Through the Secretar ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur

..... order dated 9th november, 2009 passed by respondent no.3/district magistrate bhopal in exercise of powers conferred by sub section (2) of section 3 of the national security act (hereinafter referred to as the `act' for short). this order was confirmed by the order dated 14.12.2009 (annexure p/3) passed by respondent ..... grounds and the material on record produced by the counsel for the state.8. on perusal of ground number 1, which pertains to offence under sections 294, 323, 506 of the indian penal code, it is revealed that in the night of 10.1.1998, detenu abused, assaulted and intimidated ..... . the aforesaid activities of detenu clearly demonstrate that by his acts panic and terror was created in a large section of community/society.12. in our opinion, ground numbers 3, 4 and 5 were the kind of incidents which were definitely prejudicial to the maintenance of public order and the detaining authority ..... order. the true distinction between the areas of `law and order' and `public order' lies upon the degree and extent of the reach of an act upon the community or specified locality. the acts causing disturbance of public order need not necessarily differ in nature and quality, but must differ in the ..... degree and extent of reach upon the community or public at large. in our opinion, this sole incident is .....

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