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Sep 25 1989 (HC)

Dr. Penil Sharadkumar Doshi and ors. Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and o ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-25-1989

Reported in : AIR1990MP171; 1990(0)MPLJ253

..... 1971 and these recommendations have also been approved of by the government of india in exercise of powers conferred under section 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956. petitioners have filed these recommendations as ahnexure-p/2. the selection for post-graduate courses, both degree and diploma, has been racommended strictly based on academic merit. in order to determine the merit of a candidate ..... on the outskirts of the city, though not included within the limits of any m unicipal corporation or any municipality, are continued to be villages within the rule and the definition of rural area, as it is, it is difficult to expect that the weightage given has even any justification for the object of rural service after post graduation, even ..... then possibly the alumini coming from the areas served and covered by the these universities stand no chance of being admitted to post-graduate courses in medical colleges of the state, if they had obtained their degrees from some other university outside the state. although they may be residents of the state. reservation based on cent per cent institutional preference, keeps ..... notto say that the country does not need medical aid in its villages, but as rightly pointed by the supreme court, whether this preferential treatment given to the doctors would really attract them to serve the rural masses after their post-graduation.66. rural area has itself been defined under the rules. the definition reads asfollows :--'(viii) rural area means an .....

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Jan 30 1989 (HC)

Manju Tiwari Vs. Rajendra Tiwari and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-30-1989

Reported in : 1990MPLJ562

..... the child has to be denied to the mother, his natural guardian, on the ground of her mental disorder. as per section 6 of the hindu minority and guardianship act, 1956, custody of a minor who has not completed the age of five years shall ordinarily be with the mother. indeed ..... divorce, claimed on ground of mental disorder. it was held by their lordships that mere branding of spouse as schizophrenic is not sufficient and degree of mental disorder must be proved. the ratio of that decision applies mutatis mutandis to the facts of the instant case though, in this ..... her rejoinder dated 17-9-1988, supported by an affidavit, the petitioner has not disputed the authenticity of the letter, annexure r/ii. she has still filed two medical certificates establishing that she suffered no mental illness. one of the certificates is by dr. sheelendra chauhan of gwalior, dated 13-9 ..... and then, whatever information that appears lacking is collected through conversational channels......'' at another place, it is stated, 'a psychiatric history, like any other medical history, should start with a presentation of the 'chief complaint' or 'problem', by the patient and his relatives.....,' and that 'it is important to ..... occasion, assured petitioner's brother that the child will be restored to her and requested him not to follow up the pending proceedings under section 97, criminal procedure code in the hathras court; but the assurance has failed.5. in his return, the respondent denied receiving any dowry at all .....

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Jan 30 1989 (HC)

Mrs. Manju Tiwari Vs. Dr. Rajendra Tiwari and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-30-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ1005

..... the child has to be denied to the mother, his natural guardian, on the ground of her mental disorder. as per section 6 of the hindu minority and guardianship act, 1956, custody of a minor who has not completed the age of five years shall ordinarily be with the mother. indeed, ..... divorce, claimed on ground of mental disorder. it was held by their lordships that mere branding of spouse as schizophrenic is not sufficient and degree of mental disorder must be proved. the ratio of that decision applies mutatis mutandis to the facts of the instant case though, in this ..... her rejoinder dated 17-9-1988, supported by an affidavit, the petitioner has not disputed the authenticity of the letter, annexure r/ii. she has still filed two medical certificates establishing that she suffered no mental illness. one of the certificates is by dr. sheelendra chauhan of gwalior, dated 13-9-1988 ..... any symptoms of the disease of 'psychotic depression' which the petitioner is said to suffer. on vague allegations and that too made by a medical-man like the respondent, it is difficult to give any credence to his claim that the petitioner suffers 'psychotic depression', if we have to ..... , and then, whatever information that appears lacking is collected through conversational channels....' at another place, it is stated, 'a psychiatric history, like any other medical history, should start with a presentation of the 'chief complaint' or 'problem', by the patient and his relatives...:.' and that 'it is important to .....

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Oct 25 1989 (HC)

Premlata Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-25-1989

Reported in : 1991(53)ELT286(MP)

..... that for want of filing of proper receipts by the petitioner no definite reply can be given.14. we do not want to go into the question of the value of the aforesaid retractions because the statements recorded under section 108 of the customs act and the subsequent letters retracting the same may be a subject ..... car bearing registration no. cif 1529. he was given a signal to stop, but he did not stop. the car was chased and was intercepted near 2/1 new palasia, indore. the occupant of the car gave his name as ram kumar agrawal and a small bag was found kept between the two seats ..... officers of the excise department from his residence for alleged complicity in the offences under section 85 of the gold control act and section 135 of the customs act, 1962.3. according to the case of ..... degree method. the statements dated 3-4-1989 and 4-4-1989 of the detenu were written by the detenu in his own handwriting and were signed by him voluntarily. it has also been stated that on 5-4-1989 when produced before the court the detenu did not make any request for his medical ..... (i) and (iii) of the conservation of foreign exchange and prevention of smuggling activities act, 1974. the detenu is lodged in the central jail, indore and the superintendent of the central jail has also been made as respondent no. 4.2. according to the petitioner, on 3rd april, 1989 the detenu was arrested by the .....

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Aug 07 1989 (HC)

Nissan Springs Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Om Jain

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-07-1989

Reported in : [1989(59)FLR788]; (1995)IIILLJ234MP

..... interest and penalty even though necessary conditions for the same were existing, the appeal filed by the respondent deserves to be allowed.4. section 30 of the act without doubt discourages ordinary appeals and requires a substantial question of law to be involved therein to enable the court to entertain the same. ..... his right foot causing fracture of his ankle. according to him, he was first sent to victoria hospital for treatment and was subsequently shifted to medical college, jabalpur. he further claimed that he has developed 100% permanent disablement as a result of this accident and was therefore, entitled to a ..... to enable him to decide the matter in accordance with law and thereby do justice between the parties and perform functions stated in section 19 satisfactorily. section 19(2) exclude the jurisdiction of civil court in matters required to be decided or dealt with by the commissioner. in view of these ..... whether appeal involves a substantial question of law. those tests are (i) whether directly or indirectly it affects substantial rights of the parties, or (ii) the question is of general public importance, or (iii) whether it is not an open question in the sense that the issue is not ..... interest and penalty on the aforesaid amount. since both these appeals arise on the same set of facts, they are being decided by this judgment.2. the respondent om jain had in his application dated december 8. 1981, submitted that he was employed as an electrician with the appellants and .....

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Oct 21 1989 (HC)

Babupahalwan Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-21-1989

Reported in : 1990CriLJ2704

..... made either with or without any conditions.13. now turning to the provisions of m.p. prisoners release on probation act, 1954, it may be seen that section 2 of the said act contemplates only release of a prisoner by licence, if it appears to the government from his antecedent and his conduct in ..... we now address ourselves to have a glance over the provisions contained in prison rules 358 and 359 as well as on section 2 of 1954 act reproduced in paragraph no. 7 above and 1964 rules to find out whether the said provisions or any of them fall ..... it would be relevant to refer to the provisions contained in section 2 of the madhya pradesh prisoners release on probation act, 1954 which run as under:--'2. power of government to release by . licence on conditions imposed by it --notwithstanding anything contained in section 401 of the code of criminal procedure, 1898, where ..... has the effect of wiping out the remitted portion of the sentence altogether through the order of conviction and sentence stands. according to section 3(5) of 1954 act, remission system, means the rules for the time being in force regulating the award of marks and the consequent shortening of the sentence ..... jail shall be in dispensable condition for recommendation by the advisory board for premature release in all cases except when the recommendation is made on urgent medical grounds. where the members of a board are not unanimous, its recommendations shall be in accordance with the opinions of the majority of its members .....

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Oct 21 1989 (HC)

Babu Pahalwan Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-21-1989

Reported in : 1990MPLJ682

..... made either with or without any conditions.13. now turning to the provisions of m. p. prisoners' release on probation act, 1954, it may be seen that section 2 of the said act contemplates only release of a prisoner by licence, if it appears to the government from his antecedent and his conduct in ..... we now address ourselves to have a glance over the provisions contained in prison rules 358 and 359 as well as on section 2 of 1954 act reproduced in paragraph no. 7 above and 1964 rules to find out whether the said provisions or any of them fall ..... it would be relevant to refer to the provisions contained in section 2 of the madhya pradesh prisoners release on probation act, 1954 which run as under:'2. power of government, to release by licence on conditions imposed by it - notwithstanding anything contained in section 401 of the code of criminal procedure, 1898, where ..... which has the effect of wiping out the remitted portion of the sentence altogether though the order of conviction and sentence stands. according to section 3(5) of 1954 act, remission system, means, the rules for the time being in force regulating the award of marks and the consequent shortening of the ..... in jail shall be indispensable condition for recommendation by the advisory board for premature release in all cases except when the recommendation is made on urgent medical grounds. where the members of a board are not unanimous, its recommendations shall be in accordance with the opinions of the majority of its members .....

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Aug 21 1989 (HC)

Bhansingh Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-21-1989

Reported in : 1990MPLJ339

..... within the said exception lies on the accused, and the court shall presume the absence of such circumstances. under section 105 of the evidence act, read with the definition of 'shall presume' in section 4 thereof, the court shall regard the absence of such circumstances as proved unless, after considering the matter ..... incident, the eyes of the accused were 'red' and he talked 'irrelevant'. pw 8 shrivastava, i.o. did not get the accused examined medically but had stated that he did not find any abnormality.15. in a plea of insanity, the antecedents, attending and subsequent conduct of the accused ..... be incapable of knowing (i) the nature of the physical act, (ii) or that his physical act is illegal or that it is contrary to law, and (iii) that the act is wrong one. 'epileptical insanity' may fall under this section if it is established that he was suffering from it at the ..... rt. cheek swollen. bleeding from rt. ear. c.l.w. 1' x 0.5 cm. over forehead, rt. sided 2' ..........diffused intracranial haemotoma in middle of post region of cerebral cortex ..........head injury-intra cerebral haemorrhage ..........sufficient in ordinary course of nature to cause death' (pw ..... cerebral haemotoma ..... (cause of death) head injury-intra cerebral haemorrhage (shock)' (ex.p-8 in s.t. no. 132/88 = criminal appeal 629/89).(ii) gallobaiaged 45 years, w/o baratu patel :--'..........rigor mortis was present more over upper limbs than lower limbs. p.m. lividity on back, rt. eye and .....

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Apr 11 1989 (HC)

Ridh Karan Patni Vs. Jagdish Prasad Agarwal

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-11-1989

Reported in : AIR1990MP224

..... or pay, month by month, by the 15th of each succeeding month a sum equivalent to the rent at that rate.'8. the definition clause of the act is in section 2. the relevant definitions are as follows :2. definitions. in this act, unless the context otherwise requires,--x x x x x x(c) 'lawful increase' means an increase in rent permitted under the ..... provisions of this act;(f) 'rent controlling authority' means an officer appointed under section 23;(g) 'repealed act' means the madhya pradesh accommodation control act, 1955 (1955) repealed under section ..... enquiry (by the executing court) under section 12 ..... ) of section 12 and the similar use of the definite article 'the' before the words 'annual standard rent' in the expression 'the amount of the annual standard rent' in item (ii) (ibid.) has to be interpreted as the standard rent of the accommodation so fixed by the rent controlling authority in chapter ii of the act. hence, no legislative mandate for any .....

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Apr 17 1989 (HC)

Parmanand S/O Dayaram and ors. Vs. Manohardas S/O Govinddas

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-17-1989

Reported in : 1990(0)MPLJ466

..... grounds of defences provided in sub-section (2) of section 96 of the act, but since no grievance is made in this appeal on any of the grounds under section 96(2) of the act, the insurer cannot validly be termed as a person aggrieved within the meaning of section 110-d of- the act. accordingly, it has been submitted ..... the tribunal to contest the claim. i am unable to accede to this contention. the appellant was served with a notice as contemplated under section 96(2) of the act and was impleaded as a party to the claim proceedings. before the tribunal the respondents did not take the stand that the appellant was ..... in respect of the injuries suffered by the claimant. the learned tribunal has awarded rs. 10,000/- by way of expenses in medical treatment of the injuries sustained by the claimant in t. choithram hospital, indore and other expenses like medicines and special diet etc., the award on the ..... or not after discharge from the hospital, the claimant was completely cured in respect of defect of hearing. the medical record officer (p.w. 6) has stated on the basis of the medical records pertaining to the injured claimant that his ribs and scapula had been fractured and he had several injuries on ..... medical treatment does not, in our opinion, call for any interference.23. accordingly, this appeal is partly allowed and the award of the learned .....

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