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Oct 22 2001 (HC)

Rakesh Kumar Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-22-2001

Reported in : 2002CriLJ2249

..... in its sacks. penis was developed and smegma was present. prepuce could be retracted. pubic hair was present. dr. sudesh dadra medical officer, civil hospital, jalandhar stated that on 27-10-97. rachna daughter of satpal was admitted in gyne section of civil hospital, jalandhar. he also stated that he sent ruqa ex. ph to the incharge, police station, division no. 3 ..... bleeding. hymen was completely torn and was bleeding profusely. multiple vaginal tears were present - bleeding profusely. posterior vaginal ear extending to the perineum upto anal margin (2nd degree perinneal tear) also bleeding profusely.2. she prepared two vaginal smear slides and took two vaginal swabs and sent them for chemical examination for detection of semen. she stated that the girl appeared to ..... . her vagina was profusely bleeding. hymen was completely torn and bleeding profusely. multiple vaginal tears were present - bleeding profusely. posterior vaginal tear extending towards perineum upto anal margin (second degree perineal tear) also bleeding profusely. presence of semen on vaginal slides, underwear and frock taken together with the state of vagina unerringly suggests that she was subjected to rape by ..... of severe pain in pelvis area. she was given treatment. details of the treatment and her condition as shown in bed head ticket ex. pj suggest that it was an act of savage and a brute which tore her vagina and hymen.7. now the question that arises is who was the person who subjected her to rape. rachna pw. 9 .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

Monika Matta Vs. Union of India

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

Reported in : AIR2001P& H191

..... no. 30 in second schedule the diploma in homoeopathy medicine and surgery conducted under the punjab homoeopathic practitioners act, 1965 read with regulations 1974 stand definitely recognised and it is a recognised medical qualification in terms of section 2(g) ofthe homoeopathy central council act, 1973. however, the diploma course conducted by the council of homoeopathic system of medicine, punjab, from ..... of india in respect of council of homoeopathic system of medicine, punjab, under central council regulations 1983, cannot be said to be recognised qualification in terms of section 2(g) of central act, 1973. the writ petition against central council is thus not maintainable. that right from the year 1983-84 onwards the council of homoeopathic system of medicine, ..... are a piece of subordinate legislation. these have to conform to the provisions of the act. section 13 of the act unequivocally provides that the qualifications included in the second schedule shall be treated as 'the recognised medical qualifications for the purposes of this act'. admittedly the qualification possessed by the petitioners is included in the second schedule. that being ..... othersubject, the persons qualifying the course would be rendered as totally unqualified. this cannot be the intent of the regulations or the statute. the inclusion of a degree or diploma awarded by an institute in the second schedule puts a seal of recognition. it is not removed till there is an express exclusion from the schedule. .....

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Oct 16 2001 (HC)

Kishan Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-16-2001

Reported in : (2004)136PLR717

..... as pasture (charand). this land was not earmarked or kept apart for income of the gram panchayat. such land would clearly be covered under the definition of shamlat deh as given in section 2(g)(1) of the act. from the pleadings made in the written statement, it is clear that the proprietors having the same interest or may be a better interest as ..... contention raised by learned counsel representing the petitioners, during the course of arguments, that the land is not shamlat deh as defined under section 2(g)(1) of the punjab village commons lands (regulation) act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') and, therefore, the gram panchayat had no jurisdiction whatsoever, to gift this land to the sixth respondent and that being so, sanction ..... the land in question was carved out after applying prorata cut on the holdings of the proprietors of the village during the consolidation proceedings and by virtue of section 23a of the consolidation act, such land would vest in the gram panchayat for managerial purposes whereas, the proprietors shall continue to be owners of the land. the other ground challenging the ..... approximately rs. 10 crores have been spent and further enhancement of other facilities are pegged at rs. 30 crores more. it is imparting education upto +2 stage covering all the four streams i.e. non medical, medical, arts and commerce. students from about 54 villages around are admitted for education. a photographs showing the premises is attached as annexure r-4.b. b .....

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Feb 12 2001 (HC)

Hansa Metallics Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-12-2001

Reported in : 2001(133)ELT543(P& H)

..... use.' 21. the propositions which can be culled out from the aforementioned decisions are as under :(i) the definition of the expression 'manufacture' under section 2(f) of the act is not confined to its natural meaning but is an expansive definition and certain processes, which may not have otherwise amounted to manufacture have also been brought within the ambit of the ..... said definition;(ii) no hard and fast rule can be applied in determining what constitutes 'manufacture' within the meaning of section 2(f) of the act, and each case will have to be decided on its own facts but, broadly speaking, the particular activity ..... (supra) and proceeded to lay down the following proposition :'the decisions aforesaid make it clear that the definition of the expression 'manufacture' under section 2(f) of the act is not confined to the natural meaning of the expression 'manufacture' but is an expansive definition. certain processes, which may not have otherwise amounted to manufacture, are also brought within the purview of ..... the word 'manufacture' properly construed would doubtless cover the transformation. it is the transformation of a matter into something else and that something else is a question of degree, whether that something else is a different commercial commodity having its distinct character, use and name and commercially known as such from that point of view is a question .....

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Nov 19 2001 (HC)

Hamelo (Deceased) Vs. Jang Sher Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-19-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H147

..... in kulwant kaur v. gurdial singh mann (dead) by lrs and ors., 2001(4) scc 262. paragraph 34 reads as under:-' admittedly, section 100 has introduced a definite restriction on to the exercise of jurisdiction in a second appeal so far as the high-court is concerned. needless to record that the code ..... who for some reason (not implying negligence) forbears to read, has a written contract falsely read over to him, the reader misreading to such a degree that the written contract is of nature altogether different from the contract pretended to be read from the paper which the blind or illiterate man afterwards signs; ..... the plaintiff that the defendant had approached her for taking land for a period of one year and that assurance was given by defendant to get her medically treated at karnal has also been controverted. defendant, however, admitted that she was a widow. the reason for leasing out the land pleaded by the ..... to her that it was a gift deed in favour of her daughter. relying on the provisions of section 16 of the contract act, section 111 of the evidence act and section 34 of the specific relief act, it was observed that in such a situation the onus of proof would shift on the person who ..... a person is in a position to dominate the will of another (such proof being furnished either by evidence or by the presumption arising under sub-section (2) and he enters into a transaction with that other person which on the face of it or on the evidence adduced, appears to be unconscionable .....

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Nov 20 2001 (HC)

Cepham Milk Specialities Ltd. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-20-2001

Reported in : [2002]127STC116(P& H)

..... clause (d) defines a 'milk plant' to mean 'a milk handling, processing or manufacturing unit registered under the milk and milk products order, 1992 of the government of india'. section 3 empowers the state government to establish the punjab dairy development board 'by ..... the act has been promulgated 'to provide for the creation of the punjab dairy development board, for co-ordination between the organisations engaged in dairy sector, to uplift professional standard of the dairy industry in the state, to develop modern dairy farming technology system and to levy cess on the milk plants by abolishing purchase tax on milk'. section 2 provides the definitions. ..... . another fact which deserves mention is that in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the essential commodities act, 1955, the milk and milk products order, 1992 has been issued by the central government. it extends to the whole of india. clause 2 gives the definitions. clause 3 provides for the constitution of the milk and milk product advisory board ..... of modification, addition or omission as it may deem to be necessary and expedient'. under clause (2), the order is required to be laid before the state legislature. section 20 provides for repeal and savings.22. these are broadly the provisions of the act. however, what emerges from a perusal of the provisions is that the board has 25 members with .....

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Nov 20 2001 (HC)

Health-aid Foods Specialist Pvt. Ltd. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-20-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H112

..... clause (d) defines a 'milk plant' to mean 'a milk handling, processing or manufacturing unit registered under the milk products order, 1992, of the government of india'. section 3 empowers the state government to establish the punjab dairy development board 'by notification ..... the act has been promulgated 'to provide for the creation of the punjab dairy development board, for co-ordination between the organisations engaged in dairy sector, to uplift professional standard of the dairy industry in the state, to develop modern dairy farming technology system and to levy cess on the milk plants by abolishing purchase tax on milk.' section 2 provides the definitions. ..... . another fact which deserves mention is that in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the essential commodities act. 1955, the milk and milk product order 1992 has been issued by the central government. it extends to the whole of india. clause 2 gives the definitions. clause 3 provides for the constitution of the milk and milk product advisory board ..... of modification, addition or omission as it may deem to be necessary and expedient.' under clause (2), the order is required to be laid before the state legislature. section 20 provides for repeal and savings. 21. these are broadly the provisions of the act. however, what emerges from a perusal of the provisions is that the board has 25 members with .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

United India Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. Surjit Singh Sodhi

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

Reported in : II(2001)ACC180; 2001ACJ1551

..... issued a licence from dehradun office. the insurance company has not taken any efforts to examine any witness from delhi office to rebut the definite stand of rw2 baldev singh and rw3 surjit singh. i have already stated above that rw3 surjit singh had not committed any breach of ..... ) shall, as respects such liabilities as are required to be covered by a policy under clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 147, be of no effect.13. in g. sobha and others v. sunil kamar ..... amount, necessary direction for reimbursement can be issued by the claims tribunal. keeping in view the policy of the legislature as contained in section 149(4) of the act, it would be appropriate to direct that the compensation amount of rs. 1,80,900/- should be paid by the insurance company ..... ultimately a matter between the two owners and the insurance company. he has submitted that keeping in view the principles envisaged in section 149(4) of the act, the insurance company can be asked to pay the amount to the claimants and thereafter depending upon the finding of the tribunal ..... act. according to section 149(4) of the said act where a certificate of insurance has been issued under sub- section (3) of section 147 to the person by whom a policy has been effected, so much of the policy as purports to re-strict the insurance of the persons insured thereby by reference to any conditions other than those in clause (b) of sub-section (2 .....

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Oct 04 2001 (HC)

Haryana Financial Corporation Limited and ors. Vs. Kabis Shines Privat ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-04-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H142

..... section 2 as a financial corporation established under section 3 and includes a joint financial corporation established under section 3a. 'prescribed' is defined as prescribed by rules or regulations made under this act. section 3 of the act says that the financial corporation is a body corporate. section 9 of the act says that the general superintendence, direction and management of ..... item no. 178.24 nowhere says that the branch manager shall have the power to decide in what cases appeals are or are not be filed. it was submitted that section 2(a) of the act defines 'board' as meaning the board of directors of the financial corporation. 'financial corporation' is defined in clause (b) of ..... fresh authority was filed. if there had been any delay in the filing of the fresh authority, corporation could file an application for condonation of delay under section 5 of the limitation act read with section 151, cpc. in any case, the interest of the corporation could not be allowed to suffer because of this procedural irregularity. on merits what weighed with the ..... appeal could be withdrawn and fresh appeal instituted by a duly authorised person. if any delay had occurred the corporation could apply for condonation of delay under section 5 of the limitation act read with section 151, cpc or the corporation could file fresh authority and if fresh au-thority had been filed, this appeal could have been instituted on the day when .....

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Nov 21 2001 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Dr. Mrs. Usha Verma

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-21-2001

Reported in : (2002)172CTR(P& H)98; [2002]254ITR404(P& H)

..... also made.13. on a perusal of this scheme, it is clear that the provisions for paying clinics was made within the official premises. the para-medical and other staff was provided by the employer. the rate of fees and the share therein was also prescribed. it is in the background of this factual ..... the facts in i. t. r. no. 47 of 1985. these may be briefly noticed.3. dr. (mrs.) usha verma was employed with the government medical college, rohtak. she filed her income-tax return for the year 1980-81 and declared a total income of rs. 52,160. this included the income of rs ..... 25 of 1987. in this memorandum it was, inter alia, provided as under :1. that paying clinics should be run in the medical college, rohtak, with effect from january 1, 1972. 2. the paying clinics shall work on all days including sundays and holidays from 4 to 5/6 : 00 p.m. 3. the doctors ..... different categories of doctors was also prescribed. 6. the income 'accruing from the paying clinics shall be distributed between the doctors, the para-medical staff and the government as under : government: 40 per cent. consultation : 60 per cent out of which 10 per cent will be given to para ..... of the act.23. counsel for the parties have referred to the observations of their lordships of the supreme court in karamchari union v. union of india : (2000)iillj603sc . in this case it was clearly held that (headnote) 'the inclusive definition of the word 'salary' given in section 17 provides that apart from salary received by the employee .....

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