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Sep 17 1986 (HC)

Sarwan Singh Dardi Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-17-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H81

..... person- (i) holding a qualification granted by an authority or need under s. 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in the schedules to the indian medical council act, 1956 (102 of i956); or (ii) registered or in a medical register of a state meant for the registration of person practising the modern scientific system of medicine excluding the ..... diplomas in the ayurvedic or unam system of medicine only 12. in view of the clear provision in the two central acts, namely s. 15, sub-section (2)(b) of 1956 act and s. 1 sub-section (2)(b) of 1970 act, no person who is not qualified in the system of modern medicine and is not registered as such, either in the ..... any of the provisions of the act.28. one may, however, be ..... certain privileges upon a registered medical practitioner and, therefore, it became necessary to define the expression 'registered medical practitioner'. hence, a comprehensive definition of 'registered medical practitioner' was provided in the year 1960 by adding clause (ee) to r. 2 for the first time. such a definition was not provided in the act because the term 'registered medical practitioner' did not occur in .....

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Oct 28 1986 (HC)

Gaur BrahmIn Vidya Pracharini Sabha (Registered) Vs. Maharishi Dayanan ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-28-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H252

..... sections (2), (3) and (4) of s. 21 of the act, may direct that recognition to the qualification already granted shall be up to a specified date and not after that. section 22 of the act vests power in the central council to prescribe the minimum standards of education in indian medicine required for granting a recognised medical ..... in the college.10. in the above perspective what is required to be seen is whether the university so as to maintain recognition of its degree in ayurveda with the central council can exercise proper control on the college both with respect to the number of students to be admitted keeping in ..... committee of the college to do so. another grievance of the petitioner is that respondent no. 1 has wrongly reduced the number of seats of ayurvedic degree course in the college from 60 to 20. it is contended that the aforesaid impugned actions of respondent no. 1 are without jurisdiction. through the ..... of the learned counsel have again to be examined in the context of the present case. it is to be noted that degree in ayurveda course which the university-respondent no. 1 grants is subject to recognition by the indian medicine central council. the objects of the central council ..... m.b.b.s./b.d.s./textile course for 20 seats in the college and for another 20 seats in mahila ayurvedic degree college kanya gurukul, khanpur kalan (sonepat). applications from candidates for admission to pre-ayurvedic course to these colleges were required to reach the assistant registrar .....

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Dec 08 1986 (HC)

Dina Nath Gulati Vs. Santokh Kaur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-08-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H243

..... who had retired from government service or are about to retire, were incorporated in the act. the relevant provisions so incorporated, which shall come up for discussion in the present case, are reproduced below:--'section 2(hh): 'specified landlord' means a person who is entitled to receive rent in respect ..... not bona fide; that her statement that she is suffering from pain in her joints, arthritis and blood pressure is not supported by any medical evidence, inasmuch as the prescriptions and certificates produced by her have not been duly proved on the record; and that the intention of respondent ..... to exceed three months in the aggregate.' section 18-a: special procedure for disposal of applications under section 13-a:(1) every application under section 13-a shall be dealt with in accordance with the procedure specified in this section. (2) after an application under section 13 a is received, the controller shall ..... specified landlord from obtaining an order for the recovery of possession of the residential building or scheduled building, as the case may be, under section 13-a. (6) where leave is granted to the tenant to contest the application, the controller shall commence the hearing on a date ..... be, which belonged to such specified landlord at the time of his death shall accrue to the applicant: provided further that nothing in this section shall be so construed as conferring a right, on any person to recover possession of more than one residential or scheduled building inclusive of .....

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Mar 06 1986 (HC)

State of Punjab Vs. Vishwajit Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-06-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H126

..... judge, kapurthala who had no jurisdiction to try the petition. the petition was subsequently withdrawn to this court vide order dt. 22nd feb. 1979. sub-section (2) of s. 24 of the civil-p.c. provides that where any suit or proceeding has been withdrawn the court may retry or proceed from the ..... by which the testator gives to one or move persons, the whole of the property which he leaves at his decease. it emerges from the definition that a universal legatee is a person to whom the testator bequeathes whole of his property. through the present will the testatrix bequeathed whole of her ..... . such any application is made under s. 218. the form of the application is prescribed in s. 278. thus there are two sets of sections, one set governs an application for probate/letters of administration based on a will and the other set an application for letters of administration of the ..... 232 such an application can be filed by a universal or a residuary legatee. the form of the application is prescribed in s. 276. the said section is also applicable in the case of an application for probate. universal legatee, as already mentioned above, is a person to whom the testator bequeathes whole ..... on l5th aug. 1956. jagan nath paul refused to act as executor on account of his age. consequently a petition has been filed by the state through the chief medical officer, kapurthala for grant of letters of administration on the basis of the will.2. the petition has been contested by vishwajit singh respondent no .....

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Jul 14 1986 (HC)

Parkash Chander Vs. Parmeshwari

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-14-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H37

..... whereabouts were not known since 1961 when he was discharged from the army service. these statements stand belied by the record.12. the next question of definite importance which arises in this case is whether during the lifetime of ishwar singh who was very much present in the village, any karewa marriage could ..... the father of smt. parmeshwari. as already observed by me, these averments by dalip singh in no way help the case of the respondent. her definite case is that the whereabouts of ishwar singh were not known for a period of 7/8 years after 1961 when he was discharged from the military ..... was married to his eldest brother ishwar singh in the year 1959 he was ten years of age. he passed the b.sc. agriculture examination (three years degree course) in the year 1970. according to him, he got employment as an agriculture inspector in the year 1972. soon after, he got employed, the ..... his brother. his brother and kamla lived as husband and wife for 3/4 years. thereafter sarup left the house. they searched for him for 2 or 2 1/2 years but in vain. then kamla entered into karewa marriage with him. all the other witnesses named above have cited instances of the first husband ..... when the whereabouts of a person are not known cannot be whittled down and reduced to 2/3 years under any custom. the evidence act overrides the earlier rules of evidence which were not contained in any statute, act or regulations. the rules of evidence under the hindu or mohammedan law or which had origin .....

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Feb 04 1986 (HC)

Puran Chand Vs. Balbir Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-04-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H1; [1987]61CompCas763(P& H)

..... no ground in the appeal that the interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum awarded by the tribunal was less. section 110-cc of the motor vehicles act; 1939 empowers the court to grant interest at the rate it considers proper. and there could not be a more appropriate case than ..... of general damages.'and with regard to special damages, the tribunal observed as follows:--'the petition also has claimed to have spent sufficient amount on his medical treatment though he admitted that he has been reimbursed by the state government by reason of being a public servant. he cannot, however, be said ..... 521; where a young unmarried girl had lost her arm and the prospect of a comfortable wedded life. she was successful in obtaining compensation of rs. 2,00,000/- under all counts. the figure here arrived at is rather conservative than liberal.9. then conies the turn of apportionment of liability between the ..... did appear from the particulars and his address given in the petition. this issue now does not survive because mr. sanjiv walia, learned counsel for respondent 2, has candidly made a statement at the bar that the said firm is under the sole proprietorship of kartar chand and, as such, it emerges ..... , the insurer, seeking wiping out or reduction of the sum awarded and, in either event of its maintenance or alteration, proper apportionment of the liability.2. the accident which has given rise to this litigation took place on 7-10-1978 and the victim is puran chand aw 5, a police constable .....

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May 30 1986 (HC)

V.K. Construction Works (P) Ltd. Vs. Food Corporation of India, Chandi ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-30-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H97

..... cannot agree, the court may appoint an arbitrator.''the learned judge attempted the comparison of the said sub-para with the provision of sub-section (4) of section 20 of the act in the following words:''a comparison of this sub-para with s. 20(4) shows that the words 'appointed by the parties......... in ..... an 'insuperable obstacle' to the appointment of the arbitrator by the court as the division bench thought in kishan chand's case ilr (1974) 2 delhi 637. section 20(4) shows that the refusal by the chief engineer is capable of being surmounted: there is nothing new or novel in the clause which ..... parkash mithal v. union of india, air 1984 delhi 325, canvassed that the court erred in holding that the provisions of sub-section (4) of s. 20 of the act were not attracted to the facts of the present case and that the court was not competent to order the filing of the agreement ..... l8th edition, page l, the learned judge observed that such a stipulation was not invalid:'the parties to an arbitration may in large degree themselves determine the procedure to be followed and the powers the arbitrator is to have, as well as the constitution of the arbitral tribunal. the ..... 2 delhi 637, the learned judges held that under s. 20(4) the court would be unable to deal with a situation in which the person designated failed or refused to appoint. with great respect, we are unable to agree with this conclusion.'the full bench then noted the fact that the court under sub-section (4) of s. 20 of the act .....

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Mar 28 1986 (HC)

Harish Kumar Vs. Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-28-1986

Reported in : AIR1986P& H291

..... at master's level. i.e., dairy husbandry. all that is contended in this regard is that these candidates had completed their master's degree before 1977 when dairy technology was not recognised as a separate sub-discipline in the department of l.p.m. the recognition of dairy technology ..... as has repeatedly been mentioned above, the university authorities considered him eligible for this admission and as a matter of fact placed him at no. 2 of the merit list. therefore, the plea of the university or, to be more specific, of the academic council that since the subject of ..... neither the father of respondent no. 2 nor the members of the academic council are before me as parties, i find that ignoring of the petitioners from this admission is not ..... university authorities has not been approved by the academic council for the extraneous reasons, i.e., the influence of the father of respondent no. 2. leaving aside the submission of the learned counsel for the petitioners attributing mala fides or extraneous considerations to these authorities for the short reason that ..... have already been reproduced above,, the petitioners fulfilled the requirement of minimum qualification prescribed and as a matter of fact was placed at no. 2 of the merit list prepared by the university itself. still he has not been given admission to the ph.d. course in order to accommodate .....

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Jan 28 1986 (HC)

Bansi Lal and anr. Vs. the Principal, Regional Engineering College, Ku ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-28-1986

Reported in : AIR1986P& H274

..... order1. these thirteen petitioners in six petitions (c.w.p. nos. 4648, 4890, 4978, 5025, 5168 and 5273 of 1985) claim to be admitted to b.tech. degree course run by the regional engineering college, kurukshetra, on the ground that they stand discriminated vis-a-vis radhesh gupta respondent who has been admitted in spite of the fact ..... the petitioners. i might have directed the respondent authorities to create more seats for the petitioners (i) had the petitioners been close to the last student admitted on merit and (ii) had i not been conscious of the fact that for this admission the measure is academic excellence not litigative persistence. as has been pointed out above, only one student could ..... and has also taken the first semester examination, the termination of his admission at this stage would not serve any purpose and cannot result in any relief to the petitioners.2. having heard the learned counsel for the parties in the light of their pleas referred to above i find that though the action of the respondent authorities in admitting radhesh .....

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May 07 1986 (HC)

Vinay Dattatraya Deuskar and ors. Vs. Pepsu Road Transport Corporation ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-07-1986

Reported in : 2(1986)ACC539

..... payment.3. the taxi was insured with the new india assurance company under policy cover exhibit r-2 on the record, whereunder it had assumed liability in terms of section 95(2) of the motor vehicles act and in terms thereof its liability was limited to the extent of rs. 10,000/- per passenger ..... rs. 200/- inclusive of food and clothing. the tribunal awarded her a cumulative sum of rs. 20,000/-, break-up of which is under:for medical expenses rs. 1,000/-for pain, suffering and loss of amenitiesunder the head of 'general damages' rs. 12,000/-on account of permanent disability ofteeth ..... of the accident, she was 55 years of age and in that accident lost her husband. her claim is for normal damages on account of medical expenses, pain and suffering, disfigurement of face etc. as also for special damages. in her statement as pw 5 she has stated that before the ..... the driver mrs. jathar survived but she received multiple injuries in the accident. she was removed to the post graduate institute at chandigarh where she was medically treated. thus, on account of the aforesaid accident, mrs. jathar file one claim application before the tribunal, claiming compensation due to the injuries received by ..... and disfigurement of face rs. 5,000/-for the period during which mrs. jatharhad to employ the maid servant rs. 2,000/-------------total:- rs. 20,000/-it is nobody's case that mrs. jathar suffered any disability on account of the fracture of her forearm. the .....

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