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Sep 06 2001 (HC)

Deshraj Yadav Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-06-2001

Reported in : 2002CriLJ467; 2001(4)MPHT430; 2002(1)MPLJ520

..... a vital part of the body, must have intended to cause that particular injury and this injury is objectively found by the medical evidence to be fatal and therefore part iii of section 300 would be attracted. on this aspect, the decisions are legion and it is not necessary to recapitulate them here merely ..... p.w. 3 vikat, p.w. 4 babulal, p.w. 5 sangram, p.w. 7 jagatpal and p.w. 9 vidhya prasad and the medical evidence of p.w. 1 dr. ashok kumar gautam, we are satisfied that the trial court has rightly believed their evidence in holding accused deshraj yadav guilty ..... the deceased and his refusal to pay the same. 12. the cogent and reliable evidence of p.w. 9 vidhya prasad stands further corroborated by the medical evidence of p.w. 1 dr. ashok kumar gautam, who on post-mortem examination found one penetrating wound on the back of deceased chandrapal which in ..... sangram and p.w. 7 jagatpal did not support the prosecution case and, therefore, were declared hostile.6. the trial court, on the ocular and medical evidence led by the prosecution at the trial, found that deceased chandrapal had sustained a penetrating wound on his back leading to his death and that his ..... in post-mortem report (ex. p-1). during the course of investigation, accused deshraj was arrested on 8-2-88 and in pursuance to the information given by him under section 27, of the evidence act, a knife was seized from his possession. after completing the investigation, police kotwali, shahdol charge-sheeted accused deshraj .....

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Mar 15 2001 (HC)

Bharti Singh Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-2001

Reported in : 2003ACJ483

..... . it was a case of simple fracture, therefore, suffering of permanent disability by the claimant did not arise. they also submit that under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, father of claimant is not entitled to make good the loss he suffered in his business/trade/ profession while attending the claimant from time to ..... 7.3.1994. thereafter, also she visited banaras hospital again as per advice by the doctor on 8.4.1994 moving with help of crutches. as per medical certificates permanent disability suffered by the claimant is to the extent of 50 per cent. with this background, award of rs. 60,000 is not correct. ..... it. we are unable to agree with appreciation of evidence in the case by the claims tribunal. the driver was taking the jeep through road where government degree college was located. he was not new to the place, knew that students generally cross it when the college opens and closes. the students are normally ..... from the fact that claimant was dragged by the jeep to some distance before it came to halt. it is also stated by the respondent nos. 2 to 4 that brakes were applied with full force to avoid the accident. it further demonstrates that the accident took place due to rash and negligent ..... the petition for which the respondents are jointly and severally liable. compensation in the sum of rs. 4,41,000 is claimed.3. respondent nos. 2 to 4 have filed joint written statement. they submit that the accident had not taken place due to the fault of the driver who was driving the .....

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Mar 15 2001 (HC)

Ku. Bharti Singh Vs. State of M.P. and 3 ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)MPHT102

..... . it was a case of simple fracture, therefore, suffering of permanent disability by the claimant did not arise. they also submit that under section 166 of the motor vehicles act father of claimant is not entitled to make good the loss he suffered in his business/trade/ profession while attending the claimant from time to ..... 7-3-94. thereafter, also she visited banaras hospital again as per advice by the doctor on 8-4-94 moving with help of crutches. as per medical certificate permanent disability suffered by the claimant is to the extent of 50 percent. with this background, award of rs. 60,000/- is not correct. ..... it. we are unable to agree with appreciation of evidence in the case by the claims tribunal. the driver was taking the jeep through road where government degree college was located. he was not new to the place, knew that student generally cross it when the college opens and closes. students are normally found ..... the claimant was 20 year old at the time of accident, studying in b.a., part ii. she states that after this accident she could not resume her study meaning thereby she could not complete her study and her prospects in life, being the ..... in para-9 of the petition for which the respondents are jointly and severally liable. compensation for rs. 4,41,000/- is claimed.3. respondents 2 to 4 have filed joint written statement. they submit that the accident had not taken place due to the fault of the driver who was driving the .....

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Aug 29 2001 (HC)

Sainik School, Rewa Vs. Rajesh Vishwakarma

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-29-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)MPHT83

..... laid down the distinction between 'motive' and 'foundation'. 'motive' is a moving power which impels action for a definite result or which incites or stimulates a person to do an act. the motive behind the termination was un-suitability of the petitioner to hold the post. his performance was not satisfactory ..... that the petitioner's reinstatement could not be ordered due to abolition of the post. the post has been abolished and diverted to the computer section which decision cannot be said to be tainted with malafide. however, in view of our findings as to the validity of the order of ..... the circumstances do not and the chain of the circumstances point out that petitioner's services were not satisfactory. 17. the submission raised that medical fitness was required to be submitted before extending the period of probation on 10-5-96, thus the extension of period of probation was itself ..... preliminary inquiries are conducted (see 5th ed. 1995 (page 491, para 10.027) that the question of 'proximity between investigation and act or decision' depends on the degree of proximity so far as the persons affected claiming a right of hearing is concerned. he says. thus, a person empowered or required ..... of the order of termination, it is unexceptionable. in kunwar arun kumar v. u.p. hill electronics corporation ltd. and ors., (1997) 2 scc 191, termination of service of probationer for unsatisfactory performance after recording a finding that he was regularly absent on one ground or the other was .....

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Feb 07 2001 (HC)

Hukum Singh Vs. Narayan Singh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-07-2001

Reported in : 2002ACJ2109

..... for future treatment but looking to the nature of the injury, we allow rs. 25,000 for the future treatment. the tribunal has rightly awarded rs. 2,700 for medical treatment and rs. 1,000 for transportation.5. mr. neema relied upon a division bench decision of this court in new india assurance co. ltd. ..... occurred due to rash and negligent driving of the bus by the respondent no. 1 and awarded compensation of rs. 1,25,000 and rs. 2,700 for medical treatment. the claimant being aggrieved of the compensation amount, filed this appeal for enhancement.3. the fact that the accident occurred due to rash and ..... m.y. hospital, indore and was discharged on 7.6.1993. he was employee in s. kumar's ltd. and was insured under employees' state insurance act. he took treatment in insurance hospital. due to injuries in spinal cord his lower part of the body became senseless. he suffered 100 per cent permanent disability. ..... the claimant filed claim case seeking compensation of rs. 18,48,210. the respondent nos. 1 and 2 remained absent and were proceeded ex parte. respondent no. 3 resisted the claim and averred, inter alia, that the accident occurred due to negligence of the ..... rs. 50,000 + rs. 1,97,880) = rs. 2,76,580 which is rounded up to rs. 2,77,000.6. it was faintly argued by mr. swami that the tribunal had no jurisdiction in the matter in view of section 53 of the e.s.i. act. this point was not raised in the written statement by the .....

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May 21 2001 (HC)

Raghavendra Naik and anr. Vs. Mahavir and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : May-21-2001

Reported in : II(2002)ACC700; 2001ACJ1945

..... is issued by a person who is an authorised insurer and insures the person or classes of persons specified in the policy to the extent specified in sub-section (2) of section 147 of the act, i.e., covering the entire liability incurred excepting the liability in respect of damage to any property of a third party, the limit whereof has been specified to ..... that liability, the insurer shall be entitled to recover the excess from that person.(6) xxx xxx xxx (7) no insurer to whom the notice referred to in sub-section (2) or sub-section (3) has been given shall be entitled to avoid his liability to any person entitled to the benefit of any such judgment or award as is referred to in ..... -(a) is issued by a person who is an authorised insurer; and(b) insures the person or classes of persons specified in the policy to the extent specified in sub-section (2)-(i) against any liability which may be incurred by him in respect of the death of or bodily injury to any person, including owner of the goods or his authorised ..... ,000 only the award was confined to the amount of rs. 1,50,000 which award was to include compensation already allowed on all remaining items of expenditure on nourishment, medical treatment, travelling expenses and for actual injuries and disablement suffered by the claimant providing further that the awarded amount was to bear 6 per cent per annum interest from the .....

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Jul 18 2001 (HC)

Kalabai Choubey and ors. Vs. Rajabahadur Yadav and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-18-2001

Reported in : 2003ACJ94; 2001(3)MPLJ554

..... and covers any liability incurred in respect of any accident up to the limit specified in section 95 (2) of the old act now retained in the new act as section 147(2) thereof. it had further been provided under section 95 (5) of the old act now retained in the new act as section 147(5) thereof that under such a policy notwithstanding anything contained in any law for ..... no liability which is intended to be covered by the insurance.37. it is, therefore, obvious that the insurer cannot be held liable even under section 149 of the new act [corresponding to section 96 of the old act] where the insured himself stands exonerated of any such liability.38. the statutory liability indicated hereinabove, therefore, has to be understood to be subject to ..... resulting in injuries even without reference to the financial condition of the driver or the owner of the motor vehicle.35. the provisions contained in section 147 of the new act [corresponding to section 95 of the old act] enables the claimants to claim the amount of compensation from the insurance company after due notice to the company. in such an event, the liability ..... ,50,000 the award was confined to the amount of rs. 1,50,000 which award was to include compensation already allowed on all remaining items of expenditure on nourishment, medical treatment, travelling expenses and for actual injuries and disablement suffered by the claimant providing further that the awarded amount was to bear 6 per cent per annum interest from the .....

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Mar 31 2001 (HC)

Dr. (Smt.) Sunita Sharma Vs. State of M.P. and Three ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-31-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)MPHT276; 2001(2)MPLJ524

..... the year in which the examination is held and must have full registration with the state medical council of madhya pradesh:provided that a candidate who is a bonafide resident in terms of the definition laid down by the government of madhya pradesh shall also be eligible to appear in the ..... bhawana saxena, who had been granted admission in diploma course against a seat of the year 1998 was granted admission in the post-graduate degree course on 25-2-2000 against a seat which was available in the year. 1997 again another candidate granted admission in a diploma course as against the seat ..... belonging to the scheduled tribes and fourteen percent seats are reserved for candidates belonging to other backward classes. a total number of 35 seats of degree and 15 seats of post-graduate diploma are reserved for assistant surgeons working under and sponsored by the government.note--....(iv) (a)-....(b) sponsorship ..... guidelines for the exercise of the jurisdiction vested under the proviso to rule 3 (x) of the rules referred to hereinabove. the authority was acting in an arbitrary, unfair and unjust manner sacrificing the merit ignoring the claim of the petitioners/appellants in regard to the admissions sought for by ..... our constitutional system, the government is not to be taken to be a government of men but a government of the law. it has to act not in an arbitrary manner and without forgetting that what is not fair and just is unreasonable and what is unreasonable is arbitrary. the arbitrary .....

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Aug 10 2001 (HC)

State of M.P. Vs. Ashish Batham

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-10-2001

Reported in : 2002(4)MPHT272

..... passing the test of truth if tested on the anvil of the test of human experience, that evidence has to be accepted keeping in view the definition of word 'proved' indicated by section 3 of indian evidence act. it should be the adjudication of a reasonable and prudent person and not a timid mind in giving importance to variances and its insufficiencies on ..... link, the following essential conditions must be satisfied : (1) various links in the chain of evidence led by the prosecution have been satisfactorily proved; (2) the said circumstances point to the guilt of the accused with reasonable definiteness; and (3) the circumstance is in proximity to the time and situation. if these conditions are fulfilled only then a court can use a ..... the dead-body, dr. lagu did not do anything and disowned the dead-body. the intention behind that was that the dead-body be handed over to the students of medical college for dissection as unclaimed dead-body. the falsity of creation of such evidence for preventing from he being caught in the investigation and for destroying the investigation, such methods ..... circumstantial evidence '(i) the circumstances from which the conclusion of guilt is to be drawn should be fully established. the circumstances concerned must or should and not may be established; (ii) the facts so established should be consistent only with the hypothesis of the guilt of the accused, that is to say, they should not be explainable on any other hypothesis .....

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Jan 24 2001 (HC)

Smt. Maya Verma Vs. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-24-2001

Reported in : 2001(2)MPHT373; 2001(3)MPLJ288

..... teachers are appointed who merely communicate the techniques but do not perform the duties of teacher. reference has been made to the definition of the teacher' in section 2 (x) of the jnkw act, 1964 in support of the contention that only the persons appointed or recognized by the vishwavidyalaya for the purpose of imparting instructions and ..... consideration in the present petition is as to whether the petitioner falls within the definition of 'teacher' contained in section 2 (x) and statute 32 of the act. it is, therefore, necessary first to refer to the definition of 'teacher' contained in section 2 (x) which reads as under :--'2 (x) : 'teacher of the vishwavidyalaya' means a person appointed or ..... (x) of the act. the ..... act no. 27/1998, she was included within the definition of 'teacher' which includes every employee appointed for the purpose of teaching in the institutions, including technical and medical institutions. the petitioner contends that since she was appointed by the vishwavidyalaya for imparting instructions and was guiding extension programmes, she was very much a teacher' within the meaning of section 2 .....

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