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Jan 23 2001 (HC)

Pallab Mazumdar and ors. Vs. the State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-23-2001

..... to the post-graduate course in super speciality such as neuro surgery and cardiology. 6. the recommendations of the medical council of india approved as regulation under section 33 of the indian medical council act, 1956 also prima facie supports the contentions of the petitioners that merit alone has been approved as criterion for ..... for respondent no.3, the state of bihar has provided the requisite percentage of all india seats for the central quota for the post-graduate degree/diploma courses in the state of bihar. according to him, in such circumstances the respondent authorities are justified to treat the state quota seats available ..... claims of the petitioners and similarly situated other candidates in accordance with law without taking into consideration the residential/domicile requirements contained in clause 5.2 of the prospectus for pgmat-2000. if the admission of such candidates has been withheld only on account of present controversy then the same ..... to bihar or public sector undertaking of government of india of in defence service posted in bihar at the time of filling up the application. 2. at the stage of admission of this case, by order dated 8-5-2000 this court took notice of observations of the apex court ..... that the candidate in order to be eligible for appearing in pgmat-2000 must also be a resident of bihar. besides that, clause 5.2 further requires that any one of the candidate's father-mother/husband-wife must be a permanent resident of bihar or must be in bihar .....

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Feb 05 2001 (HC)

In Re: Kamleshwari Devi (Deceased) and Vikas Singh and ors. Vs. Devesh ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Feb-05-2001

Reported in : 2001(49)BLJR736

..... offices and in the municipality and keep the same in their possession. let it be understood that they will not sell the property.8. section 2(h) of the act defines 'will' to mean "the legal declaration of the intention of a testator with respect to his property which he desires to be carried ..... that "a forged and fabricated document has been manufactured alleging to be will" is capable of two meanings. however, if the defendant lakes a definite stand and does not deny the signature on the will it may not be necessary for the plaintiff to get the signature compared. in response to ..... manufactured alleging to be will." he submitted that the aforesaid statement is capable of two meanings. he stated that in case the defendant takes a definite stand and does not deny the signature on the will, it may not be necessary for the plaintiffs to get the signature on the aforesaid ..... substantially satisfies the provisions of section 281 of the act which lays down the manner of verification of petition for probate by "at least one of the witnesses to the will". for the ..... late kamleshwari devi, testator, signed the will in my presence and also in presence of dr. birendra prasad sinha, residing (at present) at kanpur medical college, kanpur.that the deponent and dr. birendra prasad sinha also signed as witnesses to the will after the testator signed the will."the above affirmation .....

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Feb 14 2001 (HC)

Smt. Krishna Devi-devi Prasad Kejariwal Matri Sadan Vs. State of Bihar ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Feb-14-2001

..... trust, is for private purposes and for the benefit of an individual. true it is in the schedule appended to part ii prepared under sections 2(g) and 27 of the act, employment in any private hospital and nursing house has been included. but unless and until there is sufficient material and ..... essential difference between the private trust and public trust is that in the former beneficiaries are defined and ascertained individuals or who within a definite time can be definitely ascertained. but in the latter, the beneficial interest must be vested in an unascertained and fluctuating body of persons, either the public ..... part iii of the schedule, and or in an employment added by notification under section 27. while referring to item 35 of the schedule appended with part ii of the schedule as published, under section 2(g) and 27 of the act, it would appear that only employments in private hospitals, nursing homes and clinics ..... from what has been stated above, it was further contended by the learned counsel that from a bare reference to the provisions of section 3 of the act, it would appear that rates of minimum wages can be fixed by the appropriate government only with respect to the employees of which ..... apparent that the object of the trust was purely charitable to grant relief to the poor as well as medical relief. therefore, in view of the provisions of section 4 of the said act, a charitable institution was entitled to full exemption. 3. a grievance was also made although on receipt of .....

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May 04 2001 (HC)

The C.B.i. (A.H.D.) Vs. Braj Bhushan Prasad and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : May-04-2001

..... jharkhand and these cases must, therefore, be held to have been transferred to that state by virtue of section 89(1) of the act.54. on the basis of the discussions made above, i come to the definite conclusion that these cases were instituted by the c.b.i. at patna not due to any compulsion ..... .g., c.b.i., dated 30-11-2000 were covered by section 89(1) of the act and, therefore, stood transferred by operation of law to the state of jharkhand. the way to resolve such a dispute was provided in sub-section (2) of section 89 and this fact was also clearly noticed by the supreme court ..... made by an order passed by the trial court but what might happen ordinarily cannot be held to be the only legal and valid course. section 89(2) of the act does not lay down any particular manner in which a reference is to be made. hence, there was no legal bar precluding the standing committee ..... the records of these cases. it is also to be noted that the prosecution case in all these cases is over-lapping and to a certain degree repetitive.73. on going through the materials of all these cases one is left in no doubt that according of the prosecution case the fountain head ..... controversy as to whether these cases should be transferred or not is to be disposed of in terms of the provisions contained in section 89(2) of the re-organisation act. section 89 of the said act runs as follows:89. transfer of pending proceedings.-(1) every proceeding pending immediately before the appointment day before a court (other .....

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Feb 05 2001 (HC)

Vikash Singh and ors. Vs. Devesh Pratap Singh

Court : Patna

Decided on : Feb-05-2001

..... offices and in the municipality and keep the same in their possession. let it be understood that they will not sell the property.8. section 2(h) of the act defines 'will' to mean 'the legal declaration of the intention of a testator with respect to his property which he desires to be carried ..... that 'a forged and fabricated document has been manufactured alleging to be will' is capable of two meanings. however, if the defendant takes a definite stand and does not deny the signature on the will it may not be necessary for the plaintiff to get the signature compared. in response to ..... manufactured alleging to be will'. he submitted that the aforesaid statement is capable of two meanings. he stated that in case the defendant takes a definite stand and does not deny the signature on the will, it may not be necessary for the plaintiffs to get the signature on the aforesaid ..... substantially satisfies the provisions of section 281 of the act which lays down the manner of verification of petition for probate by 'at least one of the witnesses to the will'. for the ..... late kamleshwari devi, testator, signed the will in my presence and also in presence of dr. birendra prasad sinha, residing (at present) at kanpur medical college, kanpur.that the deponent and dr. birendra prasad sinha also signed as witnesses to the will after the testator signed the will.the above affirmation .....

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Jan 31 2001 (HC)

Akhouri Sanjay Nath Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-31-2001

..... of air india statutory corporation v. united labour union : (1997)illj1113sc , the apex court while considering the definition of 'appropriate government' in relation to an establishment pertaining to an industry 'carried on by or under authority of central government' under section 2(1)(a) of the act held that interpretation should be based on public law principles and not an common law principles. statutory ..... by high court or supreme court under writ jurisdiction or under article 136 but granted relief for absorption o/such contract labour as regular employees subject to they being found medically fit and they being below the age of superannuation.9. the apex court in the case of union of india v. subir mukharji 1998 lab. ic 2129, approved the direction ..... without any break in service as is done by a regular employee, ( but has been denied of the benefit as a regular employee, including the provident fund, e.s.i., medical reimbursement, etc. on several occasions the petitioner filed a representation before the respondent-company to regularise/absorb him service, but no action has been taken by them.3. on 30th .....

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Oct 17 2001 (HC)

Shri Ramji Rice Mills and ors. Vs. Bihar State Financial Corporation a ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Oct-17-2001

..... of the state, must exercise the power in just, fair and reasonable manner. it, being trustee of the owner-debtor under sub-section (4) of section 29, must act as a prudent owner and in good faith. its approach must be beneficial to the public and helpful to the loanee while without incurring ..... the corporation would not allow to take recourse of the provisions of section 29 of the act. the division bench decision of this court in the case of bihar state financial corporation v. swad pharmaceutical pvt. ltd. (supra) relied ..... the position may also be different if the claim of the corporation is negatived, on facts, by the court in the proceedings under section 31 of the act. in that event depending upon the facts of each case, it may be permissible to hold that fair play and justice demand that ..... the corporation for the satisfaction of loan contrary to schedule of payment, steps were taken by the corporation under sections 29 and 30 of the act. according to him section 29 of the act provides the corporation with all encompassing power unfettered by any limitation either to take charge of the management of ..... village chhitani appertaining to tauzi no. 387 bearing different khata numbers.4. on 15-2-1990, the corporation issued a notice (annexure-1) under sections 29 & 30 of the state financial corporation act, hereinafter referred to as 'the act', to the petitioners for repayment of the entire dues within one month of the .....

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Dec 07 2001 (HC)

Sagar Medical Hall and ors. Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Dec-07-2001

..... from a recognised board with four years' experience in dealing with sale of drugs, or(c) holds a degree of a recognised university with one year's experience in dealing with drugs:provided also that-- (i) in respect of an application for the grant of ..... a licence to any applicant or licensee in respect of whom is is satisfied that by reason of his conviction of an offence under the act or these rules, or the previous cancellation or suspension of any licence granted or renewed thereunder, he is not a fit person to whom licence ..... in respect of which a wholesale licence is to be granted or renewed are-- (1) of an area of not less than ten square meters; and(ii) in the charge of a competent person, who--(a) is a registered pharmacist, or;(b) has passed the matriculation examination or is s equivalent examination ..... to grant it shall have regard-- (i) to the average number of licences granted or renewed during the period of, 3 years immediately preceding; and(ii) to the occupation, trade or business ordinarily carried on by such applicant during the period aforesaid:provided that the licensing authority may refuse to grant or renew ..... 4. it is common ground that the grant and refusal of drug licence, is governed by the act and the rules. part iv of the rules provides for sell of drugs other than homeopathic medicines. rule 59(2) of the rules, inter alia, provides for application for the grant or renewal of licence to .....

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Jun 20 2001 (HC)

Kumud Ranjan and anr., Etc. Etc. Vs. Munger Kshetriya GramIn Bank and ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jun-20-2001

..... manner in which officers and other employees of the regional rural banks shall be appointed. under section. 30 the board of directors of ..... 88 the names of the persons concerned have been deleted as the petitioners had not sought its cancellation. though it cannot be said with definiteness that the petitioners would have been selected for promotion along with the respondents and others in the same transaction but considering that at least in ..... kshetriya gramin bank (cwjc no. 933/88 and analogous). the court held that the central government, the sponsor bank and the nabard have definite role to play in the affairs of the regional rural banks and they are empowered to issue direction to the banks from time to time ..... (nabard) give. under section 29 of act the central government has been empowered to make rules after consultation with the nabard and sponsor bank, for carrying out the provisions.of the act. clause (ba) of sub-section (2) of section 29, which was inserted by the regional rural banks (amendment) act, 1987, relates to the ..... of promotion by way of circulars. the staff service regulation, 1980 framed by the board of directors of the respondent bank under section 30 of the act did not lay down any norms or criteria for promotion. the relevant clause that 'all appointments and promotions shall be at the .....

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Feb 14 2001 (HC)

Krishna Devi-devi Prasad Kejariwal Matri Sadan Vs. State of Bihar and ...

Court : Patna

Decided on : Feb-14-2001

..... trust, is for private purposes and for the benefit of an individual. true, it is in the schedule appended to part ii prepared under sections 2(g) and 27 of the act, employment in any private hospital and nursing home has been included. but, unless and until, there is sufficient material and ..... essential difference between the private trust and public trust is that in the former beneficiaries are defined and ascertained individuals or who within a definite time can be definitely ascertaineded. but in the latter, the beneficial interest must be vested in an unascertain and fluctuating body of persons, either the public ..... part iii of the schedule, and or in an employment added by notification under section 27. while referring to item 35 of the schedule appended with part ii of the schedule as published under sections 2(g) and 27 of the act, it would appear that only employments in private hospitals, nursing homes and clinics ..... from what has been stated above, it was further contended by the learned counsel that from a bare reference to the provisions of section 3 of the act, it would appear that rates of minimum wages can be fixed by the appropriate government only with respect to the employees of which ..... apparent that the object of the trust was purely charitable to grant relief to the poor as well as medical relief. therefore, in view of the provisions of section 4 of the said act, a charitable institution was entitled to full exemption.3. a grievance was also made although on receipt of .....

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