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Dec 01 1983 (HC)

Shashi Parbha and ors. Vs. Punjab University and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-01-1983

Reported in : AIR1984P& H434

..... the supreme court. no doubt in kumari chitra ghosh v. union of india, air 1970 sc 35, where 40% of the seats reserved for weaker sections under art. 15 of the constitution and further 23 seats out of 120 seats, i.e., 18% reserved for various categories of applicants were held ..... dealing with the vires of a rule reserving 70% of the seats for delhi graduates in the post-graduate degree in dermatology awarded by the university of delhi examined the question, 'can a university acting within the constitutional parameters create a new kind of discrimination, viz., reservation for students of a particular university?' ..... the total reservation amounted to 63% yet it deserves to be noted that in this case it was found that the central government had been acting in a very reasonable way and was making nominations only to nine seats out of twenty-three reserved seats and the rest were thrown open ..... in that case vires of rule 2 dealing with admissions to post-graduate courses in medical colleges of andhra pradesh were under challenge. clause (a) of sub-rule (1) of this r. 2 provided that 14%, 4% and 25% of total number of seats available both in degree and diploma courses were to be reserved ..... granting admission to them to the master of lihrary science course commenced with effect from l6th aug. 1983. the facts pleaded by them are as follows.2. they passed the bachelor of library science course from this university, i.e., punjab university, chandigarh, respectively securing 66.87%, 66.70% and 63 .....

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Nov 10 1983 (HC)

Troks Pharmaceuticals Private Ltd. Vs. Excise and Taxation Officer and ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-10-1983

Reported in : [1984]57STC240(P& H)

..... share of the cost of the excess incidence as may be agreed upon between it and the corporation.19. sections 56 and 57 of the act made the insured workers entitled to the medical treatment. the legislature, as is apparent from the objects and reasons, intended to make it the primary responsibility ..... the punjab financial rules, volume 1, redelegated the powers to make purchases on the (i) director, family welfare, punjab; (ii) director, research and medical education, punjab, and (iii) all civil surgeons in the state, medical superintendents of the hospitals, including e. s. i. hospitals up to rs. 50,000. in this very letter, vide ..... i. is different. it is under regular establishment of government, and governed by labour ministry. the position is, officer is like officer, as class ii, class i and super class i officers, there is separate directorate of it and the pay and expenditure are charged to government and it is in ..... as sales tax for the year 1977-78 was issued. notice of assessment and demand dated 21st september, 1981, copy of which is annexure p-2 was also issued.4. for the assessment year 1978-79 the company was assessed at the rate of ten per cent on such sales, vide ..... the annexures are also common. for these reasons, both these petitions shall be decided by one judgment recorded in c. w. p. 1986 of 1982.2. the company is engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling drugs/ medicines, etc. the petitioner-company made sales to various health departments of different state .....

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Oct 10 1983 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Vijay Pal Gandhi and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-10-1983

Reported in : 1(1984)ACC68

..... noon that day. eleven stitches had been applied to the injury on his forehead and thirteen on his elbow. he had to rest for 15 days thereafter on medical advise and during this period he remained under the treatment of dr. verma of the general hospital, chandigarh, who used to visit him almost daily. he was ..... sovereign functions of the state. it was laid down therein that for determining whether the claim for immunity should or should not be allowed the nature of the act, the transaction in the course of which it was committed, the nature of the employment of the person committing it and the occasion for it have to ..... box as aw. 6. the injuries noted by him on july, 7, 1971 being:(1) laceration of the forehead and scalp about 6 to 8 inches long.(2) fracture of the right femur.(3) fracture of the right patella of the knee joint.(4) dislocation of the left hip joint.(5) multiple bruises over the leg ..... correct side and it was then that it turns to its right. this being so, his taking the truck off the road was clearly uncalled for. rw. 2 zora singh and rw. 3 chaman lal the other witnesses examined in this behalf, no doubt came-forth with a similar version as that of the truck driver ..... p. gandhi, mr. mahesh kumar khaitan and mr. l.m. suri, the driver thereof, sustained injuries. the most serious being those of mr. v.p. gandhi.2. negligence on the part of the driver of the military truck was adjudged the main cause of the accident, and contributory negligence to the extent of one fourth was .....

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Mar 08 1983 (HC)

Roshan Lal Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-08-1983

Reported in : AIR1983P& H428

..... civil court and claim refund of the same on proof of the illegal or excess recovery. in that very context, s. 158 of the act has to be read and particularly sub-section (2), clause (xiv) with which we are concerned in this case. according to the plaintiff, he was a lessee up to 1952; whereas ..... sardara singh v. sardara singh, 1976 pun lj 199 : (air 1976 punj 271), took a different view. in that case it was held that section 158 of the act does not exclude the jurisdiction of the court if the action of the authorities is without jurisdiction. the facts of that case were that rs. 40, ..... and in faqir chand v. gram sabha, village lataur, tehsil sirhind, district patiala, (1970) 72 pun lr 914, came to the conclusion that under section 158 of the act, the jurisdiction of the civil court is barred and the proper remedy of the plaintiff, according to the provisions of s. 78 of the ..... of sale of his land and the recovery proceedings were without jurisdiction and consequently the suit was not barred by virtue of s. 158(2)(xiv) or (xv) of the act.5. i am of the view that the division bench in sardara singh's case (supra) was right in coming to the conclusion ..... according to the state, he continued to be lessee even thereafter. the recovery was sought to be made from him for the period subsequent to 1952, long thereafter somewhere in the year 1968. the land revenue act .....

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Sep 14 1983 (HC)

Sathi Roop Lal Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-14-1983

Reported in : AIR1984P& H286

..... the act) this was considered with meticulous care by the secretary of the punjab vidhan sabha and by his detailed ..... petitioners as a member of the sabha fell short of the term of five years prescribed in section 3(1) of the act. since the issues turns on the plains constructions of the section 3 (1) as amended by the punjab state legislation members (pension and medical facilities regulation) amendment bill 1979, it is opt to quote the same:--'3 (1). from the date ..... in the negative.2. admittedly sathi roop lal petitioner had served for a total period of 4 years 10 months and 18 days in two terms as under:--i) from 13-3-1969 to 13-6-1971; ii) from 1-7-1979 to 16-2-1980he laid to a pension under section 3 punjab state legislature members (pension and medical facilities regulation) act 1977 (hereinafter called ..... of commencement of this act, there shall be paid to every person who has served as a member for a period of five .....

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May 03 1983 (HC)

Manohar Lal and anr. Vs. Surjan Singh and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-03-1983

Reported in : AIR1983P& H393; (1990)98PLR479

..... air 1935 all 738 that even an omission to record such satisfaction or agreement or compromise does not affect the merits of the case and is curable under section 99, c.p.c. a division bench in laraiti devi v. sia ram, air 1957 all 820 has also observed that o. 23 r. 3 ..... necessary to adjourn the matter. the decree which was passed in accordance with the agreement or compromise of the party was sought to be given some degree of finality by barring a later suit to set it aside on the ground that the compromise or agreement was not a lawful one by virtue ..... enacted in the code of civil procedure, 1908. what, however, calls for pointed notice is the amendment made in this provision also by the civil procedure code (amendment) act, 1976. thereby, specifically the words 'in writing and signed by the parties' were inserted in the opening part of this rule and a change was also ..... must, therefore, be presumed to have knowledge of the said amendment. yet when it made the necessary insertion in r. 3 by the 1976 amendment act, the requirement of writing and signed by the parties with regard to agreements and compromises alone was prescribed, and obtaining any instrument in writing duly signed by ..... suit rested on the statement of the respective counsel of the parties in court, is the spinal question which necessitated this reference to the division bench.2. the issue aforesaid arises out of a suit for specific performance. the case of the plaintiff-respondent herein was that he had paid rs. 40,000 .....

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Mar 10 1983 (HC)

Sunanda Maudgal Vs. Pepsu Road Transport Corporation, Patiala and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-10-1983

Reported in : AIR1983P& H370

..... no child.5. dr. mahesh chander maudgal was a highly qualified doctor. not only was he m. b. b. s. and m. s., but he also had to his credit medical qualifications from abroad, namely d. o. m. s. (ogheart-belgium) and f. r. c. s. (dublin). as has been mentioned above, he was senior lecturer at the ..... medical college, patiala at the time of his death.6. according to the statement of the claimant mrs. sunanda maudgal, the income of her deceased husband consisted of his salary from ..... the deceased doctor preferred a claim for compensation for a sum of rs. 1,75,000.-under s. 110-a of the motor vehicles act, 1939, for the loss suffered by her due to her husband's death.2. the claim filed by mrs. sunanda maudgal was dismissed by the motor accident claims tribunal, holding that the accident had not been shown ..... s.s. sodhi, j. 1. doctor mahesh chander maudgal a senior lecturer at the medical college, patiala was killed in an accident which took place between his car and a bus belonging to the pepsu road transport corporation on dec. 6, 1967 near village kauli .....

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Jun 03 1983 (HC)

Banga Watch Company Vs. N.V. Philliphs, Eindhoven, Holland and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-03-1983

Reported in : AIR1983P& H418

..... even if it cannot wholly eliminate, the possibility of extravagant and unauthorised claim being made on the score of registration of the trade marks. the proviso to the section preserves intact any right which the proprietor my otherwise under any other law have in relation to the mark or any part thereof. the disclaimer is only for the ..... deep freezers, cryogenic equipment, photographic and optical apparatus, instruments, sound recording, reproducing and simplifying equipment, electronic microscopes, electrotechnical, scientific welding, measuring, weighing, medical, electro-medical and x-ray apparatus and equipment both for medical and industrial applications electric house-hold appliances and machines, apparatus and equipment for telecommunication and for intercommunication, automatic and line telephony apparatus and equipment, dark room ..... contention raised to assail the correctness of the impugned judgment was that he trade mark by virtue of the provisions of s. 8 of the trade and merchandise marks act 1958 read with r. 26, can be got registered only in respect of goods specified in the various clauses of fourth schedule. the trade mark in the ..... whether the plaintiffs are duly incorporated companies and this suit has been validly instituted for and on behalf of those companies by person or persons duly authorised in that behalf? 2. whether in india the plaintiffs have been selling their goods detailed in para 4 of the plaint with the trade name 'philips' on those goods? if so, .....

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Jan 04 1983 (HC)

Ram Piara Comrade Vs. High Court of Punjab and Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-04-1983

Reported in : 1984CriLJ1311

..... act, certain publications and distribution of those publications, in given circumstances. q. 4 provides an exception for the ..... not codified. it was codified vide this act. the preamble of the act reads as :an act to define and limit the powers of certain courts in punishing contempts of courts and to regulate their procedure in relation thereto.section 1 of the act gives its short title and the extent of its application. section 2 contains definitions and section 3 exempts, from the operation of the ..... section 23 shall not be inconsistent with section 17. rule 6(6) is patently, not only inconsistent with section 17 but also abnegates section 17 in that i was arrested when, ..... the court to answer the charge, but it rejected such provisions and devised another provision in section 17 for securing this appearance viz. by attachment of property-immovable, moveable and every form of asset like degrees, diplomas etc. (7) not only this, the act that provides that the rules of procedure framed by the supreme court and the high court under .....

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May 26 1983 (HC)

Manohar Lal Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-26-1983

Reported in : (1984)ILLJ193P& H

..... air), observed thus:we do not find much force in either of the contentions. it is no doubt true that the remedy provided under the act under section 33c, on the facts and in the circumstances of this case involving disputes in relation to the two settlements arrived at between the management and ..... this regard (emphasis supplied). in the wake of those definite conclusions of the supreme court, it would be very difficult to subscribe to the view that the mode of redress provided to a workman by claiming a reference under section 10(1) of the act, cannot be regarded as an alternative remedy.7. mr ..... that the question posed for our decision stands fully answered by the judgment of the supreme court in premier automobiles ltd. v. kamlakar shantaram wadke 1975-ii l.l.j. 445, against the petitioner, and it would not only be futile but wasteful to examine the matter independently in depth. in the ..... being given to them in the past would be received by them under the relevant provisions of the act. it was urged by the appellants before the high court that these notices were ..... provisions of the act should come into force in certain areas of the state of bihar, the chief executive officer of respondent no.1 issued notices giving effect to the state government's notification and intimating to the appellants that by reason of the said notification, the medical benefits which were .....

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