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Sep 15 2010 (HC)

Mrs.Rutuparna Mohanty and ors. Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

..... functions under chapter xxi. the cmc shall also take steps for protection of child rights and prohibition of child labour as envisaged in section 503 of the act which says that the corporation shall be an active partner in the implementation of the international convention on child rights and shall ensure that ..... dash, learned amicus curiae, produced the letter dated 7.7.2009 of the executive engineer, p.h.d. to the superintendent of s.c.b.medical college hospital, copy of which communicated to shri dash as well as to the advocates' committee, learned additional government advocate shall expedite the matter with ..... cmc to the concerned authorities, i.e. the state - 13 -government as per annexure-2/a series. it is specifically stated that eviction of the evictees was done from the government land within s.c.b.medical college campus and not from the municipal lands.11. the under secretary, ministry of housing ..... of both identified and unidentified slums in the state, more particularly in cuttack?(2) whether the state government and the cmc are required to provide the basic amenities to the inhabitants of the slums like drinking water, sanitation, medical health centre and schools for their children?(3) to what order?13. ..... are disposed of by the following order.2. on 6.7.2010 one mrs. rutupurna mohanty on behalf of sanjibani maa ghar submitted a petition signed by number of persons who claimed to have been evicted from the premises of s.c.b.medical college and hospital campus in open court .....

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Apr 27 2007 (HC)

Parsuram Dhal Vs. State

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2007(II)OLR146

..... is a fit case where the appellant may be convicted of the charge for having voluntarily caused hurt to the deceased punishable under section 325 of the indian penal code instead of section 304 part ii of the said code, and holds accordingly.10. now coming to the question of sentence, considering that. the appellant was a ..... to the presumable intention or knowledge from the mere fact that the injury caused did, in fact, result in death. what has to be seen is what degree of injury the accused actually intended or what he knew as to the probable consequence of such injury see lokanath behera v. state, reported in 1984 cri. ..... learned counsel for the appellant are strongly repudiated by the learned counsel for the state. he submitted that there were three eye-witnesses to the occurrence. the medical evidence also clearly established that the deceased died due to assault given on him by the appellant. learned counsel for the state further submitted that there was ..... homicide. the burden lies on the prosecution to establish such intention or knowledge and it can be done by proof of circumstances and the act or omission. the existence of intention is not to be inferred unless it follows as a natural and probable consequence from the ..... act. in absence of intention or knowledge, the offence committed may be the offence of causing grievous hurt or simple hurt as the case may .....

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Mar 10 2006 (HC)

Dr. Raj Kishore Sahu Vs. Government of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 102(2006)CLT737

..... the disciplinary authority has not accepted such advice.10. the c.c.a. rules are the statutory rules and departure from the same would definitely be an illegality .11. apart from the statutory provision, is the common law that according to the principle of natural justice an employee should ..... enquiry on the charges framed against dr. h.k. sahoo, specialist in anaesthesiology, class-ii capital hospital, bhubaneswar.joint director of health services (medical) was enquiring officer and dr. m.d. nayak, specialist in hospital administration was marshalling officer.notice was served to dr. ..... three months and communicate the decision to him. thereafter the enquiry report was supplied to the petitioner. the joint director of health services (medical) orissa who was the enquiry officer has recommended to exonerate the petitioner from the charges. the enquiry report is reproduced as under:report of ..... sahoo at the critical minutes and above all this is due to his relative in-experience and want of his exposure in major hospitals.the aforesaid act on the part of dr. r.k. sahoo, no. 1 spl. in anaesthesiology, capital hospital, bhubaneswar amounts to lack of his devotion ..... treat the period of suspension as such, quashed the other penalties imposed vide annexures 7 & 10 therein and upheld by annexure-1 4 thereof.2. the brief facts of the case are that the petitioner while serving as a specialist in anaesthesiology in capital hospital, bhubaneswar was placed under .....

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Feb 19 2009 (HC)

Orissa Private Law College Teachers' Association represented through I ...

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2009(I)OLR710

..... of paucity of funds could not be a reason for discrimination.13. though the petitioners have challenged the vires of the provision section 7-c (2) of the orissa education (amendment) act, 1994 in this case, we are not inclined to examine the vires of the same because of the reason that it ..... in respect of the following matters:(a) possibilities of introduction of entrance examination before admission into law course as is being done in case of medical/engineering.(b) change in mode of examination.(c) possibilities of periodical review of the performance of the law colleges and submission of reports and returns ..... imparting upasastri course or shri jagannath sanskrit university and madrasas imparting equivalent course.(d) colleges imparting courses for b.a., b.sc. or b.com degrees of the utkal, berhampur and sambalpur universities and shastri courses of shri jagannath sanskrit university.4. the further stand taken by the opposite party no. ..... there is no reason as to why the government would be reluctant to implement the recommendations made by such committee. so the provisions of section 7-c and the plea of paucity of funds shall not stand in the way of the government taking a positive decision on the recommendation ..... of the committee, since section 7-c(1) provides that the state government shall within the limits of its economic capacity, set apart a sum of money annually for .....

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Jun 26 1995 (HC)

Jogeswar Behera Vs. Ghanashyam Pradhan and anr.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 1996ACJ899; (1996)IIILLJ1079Ori; 1995(II)OLR355

..... discharge certificate issued.by the hospital was not sufficient for assessing the loss of earning capacity, as under the law, the assessment is required to be made by a qualified medical practitioner. accordingly, the commissioner, held that there was no merit in the application and the applicant was not entitled to any compensation from the opposite parties. hence the claim ..... not of death, the amount is to be determined in accordance with the provisions contained in section 4(1)(c)(ii) of the act which reads thus:'(c) where permanent partial disablement results from the injury.(i) in the case of an injury specified in part ii of schedule 1, such percentage of the compensation which would have been payable in the case ..... the compensation payable in the case of permanent total disablement in proportion to the loss of earning capacity (as assessed by the qualified medical practitioner) permanently caused by the injury.'7. admittedly, in this case, a qualified medical practitioner has not been examined to prove by what percentage the earning capacity of the appellant/ claimant was reduced. under the circumstances, ..... some documents, namely, the discharge certificate, cash memos and police papers were also filed. however, no medical evidence was adduced by the appellant/claimant in support of his claim.2. on a consideration of the material on record, the learned commissioner held that medical evidence having not been adduced, there was no material on record on the basis of which he could .....

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Aug 07 1998 (HC)

Sipra Mohanty Vs. Pradipta Mohapatra and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 86(1998)CLT521; 1998(II)OLR484

..... murder. it is needless to mention that when the bail applications of the persons involved in serious offences are rejected, they manage to obtain medical certificates and seek for their release on health ground and relying upon the doctor's report courts usually exercise discretion and grant them bail. ..... for risk of suicidal tendency'. prior to his going to ranchi he while in custody was admitted in the psychiatric department of v.s.s.medical college hospital, burla and as would appear from the discharge ticket available in criminal misc. case no. 2215 of 1995, he was found to ..... from the superintendent of circle jail, sambalpur, about his present health condition. pursuant thereto the superintendent submitted a report enclosing the opinion of the medical officer, circle jail, where it was indicated that the condition of the patient was as before. considering the said opinion the court by order ..... 1 - pradipta mohapatra again moved this court for bail in criminal misc. case no. 1563 of 1995 and was admitted to interim bail on medical ground till 7.1.1996. after expiry of the period, he surrendered in the court below and was taken to custody. again he approached the ..... was registered and after due investigation charge-sheet under sections 147, 148, 302/149, 120b, ipc and section 24 of the arms act was laid against all the persons, including opposite parties 1 and 2, involved in the incident. during investigation opposite parties 1 and 2 absconded and could not be apprehended by the police .....

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Feb 27 2002 (HC)

Kaminikanta Patnaik, Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2002CriLJ3433; 2002(I)OLR457

..... if they are compelled to charge only that fee as is charged in governmental institutions. the cost of educating an engineering or a medical graduate is very high. all that cost is borne by the state in governmental colleges but the state does not subsidise the private educational ..... affiliation is with regard to syllabi and the course of study. unless and until they are in accordance with the prescription of the university, degrees would not be conferred. the educational institutions prepare the students for the examination conducted by the university. therefore, they are obliged to follow ..... that being so the petitioner who is apprehending his arrest by the police in connection with the above cases should be admitted to bail under section 438, cr. p.c5. shri umakanta nanda has also contended on behalf of petitioner smt. suprita patnaik that as addl. administrative officer ..... addressed this court with the contentions that the orissa engineering college is governed by the provisions of all india council of technical education act (for short 'aicte act'), rules, norms, standards .and guidelines issued thereunder. the state government has 'absolutely no role to play so far as the establishment ..... .p.c. 'now subjudice before the learned s.d.j.m., bhubaneswar are being disposed of by this common order though heard separately.2. at bhubaneswar there is a private engineering college by name orissa engineering college where petitioner kaminikanta patnaik happens to be its president and director .....

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Dec 09 1996 (HC)

Dr. Hemanta Chandra Panda and ors., Etc. Etc. Vs. State of Orissa and ...

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1997Ori98

..... in support of their respective stand. learned additional government advocate, however, suggested that the matter could be examined by concerned professors-cum-heads of departments of m.k..c.g. medical college and hospital, berhampur who were not involved in the process of selection, of candidates for the session in question. all the counsel appearing for the petitioners agreed with the ..... weightage for rendering rural service so far as, admission to post graduate courses is, concerned came up for consideration before the. supreme court in dr. dinesh kumar v. motilal nehru medical college, allahabad, air 1986 sc 1877. at page 1888 of the report, the supreme court rejected the claim for such weightage by observing as follows : '......... we must remember that what ..... laid down by the apex court referred to above upheld the cut-off date fixed for entitlement of pension payable under the orissa legislative assembly members salaries, allowances and pension act, 1954. in union of india v. sudhir kumar jaiswal, air 1994 sc 2750, hansaria, j. on the basis of the aforesaid ratio upheld the cut-off date fixed for the ..... sake of convenience, they were heard together and are disposed of by this judgment. 2. applications in the prescribed forms were invited for selection of candidates for post-graduate courses leading to m.d./ m.s. degree and higher specialties courses, 1996 available in the three government medical colleges of the state. the last date of receipt of application forms was 30-5 .....

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Mar 05 1999 (HC)

Akshaya Kumar Mohapatra Vs. State of Orissa and Others

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 91(2001)CLT266

..... the report of an inquiry officer appointed by the director of vigilance. the inquiry officer recorded statements of witnesses behind the back of the officer and definitive findings therein were the basis for the termination. it was not a preliminary inquiry, a. n. ray, c. j. held that the object of ..... 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 person affected claiming a right of hearing is concerned. he says .'thus, a porson empowered or required to ..... adverse decision) should take place, is not normally under any obligation to comply with rules of fairness (beetham v. trinided cement co., 1960 a. c. 132 ; medical board of queens land v. byme (1958) 100 c.l.r. 582; saskatchewan college of physicians. ex p samuels (1966)58 d.l.r. (2nd) 622 ..... ', 'motive', and 'foundation' as the faces of an inscrutable sonink, beffling lawyers and judges alike. (see samsher singh v. state of punjab : 1974(2) s.c.c 831). according to him, the need in this branch of law is to lay down a simple test which can be grasped by the ..... the 'college') is the subject-matter of challenge in this writ application, after its confirmation by the director of public instruction, higher education orissa.2. main plank of petitioner's argument is that though the order of termination was termed to be a simpliciter one, the background facts clearly show that .....

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Sep 16 1992 (HC)

Ramroop Das Vs. State

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 1993CriLJ1000; 1993(I)OLR141

..... he and his family members have been subjected to disrepute and social humiliation. punishment under section 376, ipc has undergone changes keeping in view large number of such crimes and barbarity of offence itself. sub-section (2) of section 376 prescribes in clause(f) that when rape is committed on a woman under 12 ..... slight penetration is sufficient and omission is unnecessary'. in halsburys statutes of england and wales (fourth edition) volume 12, it is stated that even, the slightest degree of penetration is sufficient to prove sexual intercourse. the view was endorsed in r. v. mugbes (1841) 9c and page 752, r. v. lines ( ..... the accused was examined on the next day. possibility of recent intercourse was not excluded. on completion of investigation, charge-sheet was submitted under section 376 ipc. the accused pleaded not guilty though he did not give any specific plea as to how he was falsely implicated for such heinous ..... confession made by the accused before these witnesses and his begging apology for having done such; heinous act.(v) the age of the girl as found from the school admission register and medical evidence.(vi) the victim while deposing in court stated about her traumatic experience, and gave a graphic ..... a legal sense to express rape ; 1 hon. 6, 1 a, 9 edw. 4, 2:6 a (hale pc 628). in the crime of rape, 'carnal knowledge'means the penetration to any the slightest degree of the organ alleged to have been carnally known by the' male organ of generation (steph. .....

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