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Oct 08 1975 (HC)

Dr. Lalit K. Sharma Vs. Principal and Controller S.M.S. Medical Colleg ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-08-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj34; 1975()WLN577

..... at that. the further question is whether the impugned criteria laid down toy the non-petitioners nos. 1 and 2 are encroachment on the legislative sphere of the parliament. the parliament has enacted the indian medical council act and under section 33 of the act. the medical council has been empowered to frame regulations for achieving the objects for laying down uniform standards in the under ..... . degree of the university or of any other university recognised by the medical council of india for the purpose has been a house physician, house surgeon in a teaching hospital recognised by the university etc. or has ..... obtained the m.b.b.s. degree and full registration with the medical council not less than three academic years previously and has registered as a post-graduate student in the university at least two academic years previously. likewise the criteria ..... is premature at this stage.now the ordinance no. 278-b of the university of rajasthan hand book provides that no candidate shall be admitted to the examination for the degree of doctor of medicine or master of surgery unless he produces satisfactory evidence to the effect--that he after having obtained the m.b.b.s .....

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Jan 30 1975 (HC)

Dr. L.K. Joshi Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-30-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN166

..... . you cannot refuse to give effect to clear words simply because prima facie they seem to be limited by the heading of the schedule and the definition of the purpose of the schedule contained in the act. those are the rules which i intend to apply to this case as well as i can.in the madras case a.i.r. 1962 ..... hearing this contention was abandoned by learned counsel for the petitioner, i need not make any further reference to it.3. the writ petition has been opposed by the respondent section it is denied that the decision of the rajasthan public service commission conveyed in ex.7 was invalid or erroneous on any of the grounds taken by the petitioner. the ..... the following note:note : (1) necessary post-graduate qualification means a post-graduate degree or any other qualification recognised as equivalent by medical council of india or by the government of rajasthan.(2) post-graduate diploma will be equal to a pout-graduate degree in such subject in which such a degree is not awarded by any university.(3) public service commission may relax the ..... say is that use of the word ''note' below a provision in a statute is inartistic. one rarely comes across statutes where a section has a note below it. what it really has if anything in the section is to be clarified is an explanation or if its ambit is sought to be enlarged or restricted from what its language otherwise connotes .....

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Apr 14 1975 (HC)

Executive Engnieer R.C.P. Central Workshop Division (State of Rajastha ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-14-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN151

..... illness before. the learned judges of the calcutta high court after discussing certain authorities on the point laid down:for making out a claim under the workmens' compensation act it is necessary to establish definite casual connection between the work & the accident leading to death. the mere fact that death takes place while the deceased is on the job or immediately after ..... ltd. v. ibrahim mohammad issak a.i.r. 1970 s.c. 1906 has laid down that in order to attract the provision of section 3 of the act two things are necessary, namely, (1) injury by accident, and (2) such an injury must arise both out of and in the course of an employment. the learned judges have explained the meaning of the ..... when he felt uneasy & inspire of the medical aid made available to bum he died of brain haemorrhage.7. it is urged by learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondent that it was due to the excessive ..... by accident arising out of & in the course of his employment? as given above, the nature of the employment of gurcharan singh was to drive a vehicle attached to the medical unit of the project, but on that day he was not required to drive that vehicle as the doctor was not on duly. he was through sitting in the office .....

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Jan 02 1975 (HC)

Ramphool Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-02-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)225

..... expert's testimony conducted by an independent medical witness with the as instance of radiological readings could not be brushed aside by putting it against the illiterate parents' testimony who are unacquainted with ..... conclusion, namely, of sexual congress that the modesty of the girl forced her to adopt polite expression and that does not main that ingredients of section 376, indian penal code, have not been established, the regard to the question of of age, his submission is that the radiological examination and ..... on appeal, the learned sessions judge, jaipur district, jaipur, acquitted the other accused persons but maintained ramphool's conviction unde section 376, indian penal code. he has come up in revision.2. the story of this case which concerns a young girl mst. shanti is as long as it is lamentable. way back ..... the first argument advanced by the learned counsel namely, whether all the ingredients of the offence under section 376 of the indian penal code have been proved or not. she has described the act in the following words:og esjs lkfk jkeqwy xwtj cqjk dke hkh djrk fkk a es jksrh ..... fkh rck hkh eq>s ugh nksm+rk fkk a og eq>s dgrk fkk fd rsjs eka cki rks vk;sxs ugh es rsjs lkfk 'kknh d:xk athe question is whether it establishes the ingredients of panetration as required by section .....

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Jul 08 1975 (HC)

Smt. Teeja Devi Vs. Noratmal and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-08-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj95; 1975()WLN332

..... that extent continues in the property.12. co-sharer who has given the right of pre-emption under the rajasthan preemption act, 1966, has been denned in section 2 of the act. co-sharer according to this definition means, (i) 'co-sharer', used in relation to any immovable property, means any person entitled as an owner or ..... therefore, his interest was very much intact in respect of the property and as such he can conveniently fall within the definition of a co-sharer as given in section 2 of the act. as such he could claim as of right a decreefor pre-emption in respect of the property in relation to which ..... property and joint enjoyment is taken away from the subject-matter so agreed to be dealt with; and in the estate each member has thenceforth a definite and certain share, which he mayclaim the right to receive and to enjoy in severally, although the property itself has not been actually severed and divided ..... it is urged that the property should be deemed to have been partitioned between the coparceners. it is further argued that the plaintiff has claimed a definite share i.e. 1/48th share in the property which shows that the status of the joint family came to an end. mr. bapna, in ..... from the original sale, but from such 're-purchase'--a state of things most easily conceivable where the new claimant is a pre-emptor of a higher degree than the pre-emptor who has already succeeded. the reasoning given by mahmood, j. appears to be quite sound. these observations of the learned judge .....

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Nov 07 1975 (HC)

Prabhashanker Vs. Smt. Rukmani and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-07-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj17; 1975()WLN618

..... consideration, that it is reasonable to allow such eviction.' section 10 of the amendment ordinance of 1975 has amended section 14 of the act. it provides that the existing sub-section (2) shall be re-numbered as sub-section (1) thereof and after sub-section (1) as so re-numbered, the following sub-sections shall be added, namely:--'(2) no decree for eviction on the ground set-forth in ..... clause (h) of sub-section (1) of section 13 shall be passed if the ..... is satisfied as to comparative hardship to be caused to the landlord and tenant by passing the decree than by refusing it. the new amended section 14 (2) being intimately connected with section 13 (1) (h) of the act should also, in my opinion, receive retrospective operation. this is one aspect of the case.9. there is yet another aspect of the case. the ..... no. 26 of 1975), hereinafter called as the amendment ordinance of 1975, on 29-9-75.3. it is contended on behalf of the tenant-appellant that in view of section 14(2) of the act as amended by the amendment ordinance of 1975, the decree passed by the two lower courts was not proper and the same may be set aside.4 .....

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Jul 28 1975 (HC)

Nand Kishore and anr. Vs. Prabhu NaraIn and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-28-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj20; 1975()WLN814

..... that the learned judge did not consider the second exception contained in section 11(1)(b) and sub-section (2) of the act. with great respect to the learned judge, i am unable to accept this decision as an authority for the interpretation of section 11.13. in view of the law laid down by their lordships ..... there was no defect of jurisdiction. conditions of clauses (a) and (b) have to be satisfied subject of course to sub-section (2) of section 11. if necessary material is not on record for determination of other grounds of appeal, the appeal shall have to be disposed in accordance with sub ..... rooms could not have been constructed. so it is definite that the value of the property which was in the year 1951 had increased in ..... by the defendant. the two estimates ex. a/2 of 1951 and ex. a/5 of 1959 were relied upon. the learned appeal judge observed:'thus the position is that after the preparation of the previous estimate ex. a-2. three rooms were constructed which definitely must have costed (sic). without incurring expenses these ..... the year 1959 when these rooms were constructed. apart from this it is also in the evidence of the defendants that the value of the property had increased 1 1/2 times than that .....

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Nov 14 1975 (HC)

Municipal Council Vs. Sita Ram

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-14-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN792

..... for sale or having in possession for sale of any such article, and includes also an attempt to sell any such article.the act gives a special definition of the word 'sale' in section 2(xii) which includes within its ambit a sate for analytic. a sale for analysis must, therefore, be considered as sale even ..... make it absolutely clear that the sample of the milk was taken from the respondent against a payment of rs. 105 np.8. the definition of sale as given in section 2(xiii) of the act runs as follows:s2 (xiii) : 'sale' with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions, means the sale of any article of food ..... p1, & p2 is sufficient to hold that the respondent was a milk vendor. section 2(13) of the act is wide enough to cover the compulsory sale and the sale for analysis also tails within the admit of this definition. the learned counsel for the accused-respondent has supported the judgment of the trial court ..... v. state 1970 cr.l.j. 1289. with great respect i am unable to agree to the interpretation placed by the learned judge on section 2(xiii) of the act. the ratio decidendi of this case is contrary to the law laid down by their lordships of the supreme court, referred to above and ..... milk-vendor and was not a previous convict.22. contrary to above decision, there is an authority of the division bench of the allahabad high court district medical officer of health and anr. v. binda prasad 1972 prev. f. adult cases 552. the trial magistrate taking a lenient view of the offence awarded .....

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Jul 16 1975 (HC)

Mangilal Vs. Smt. Nathi

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-16-1975

Reported in : 1975WLN(UC)264

..... exercising origina1 jurisdiction to the court authorised to hear appeals from the decision of such court. 'decree' has been defined under section 2(2), code of civil procedure. it reads as follows:section 2(2) 'decree' means the formal expression of an adjudication which, so far as regards the court expressing it, conclusively determine ..... may by either preliminary or final. it shall be deemed to include the rejection of a plaint and the determination of any question within section 47 or section 144, but shall not include-(a) any adjudication from which an appeal lies as an appeal from an order, or(b) any order ..... of the suit. it may be partly preliminary and partly final.according to this definition the word ''decree' shall include a question determined under section 47 of the code of civil procedure.4. i will refer to section 47 and it is extracted below:47 question to be determined by the court ..... and cannot be appealer against under section 96 of the code of civil procedure. section 47 clearly lays down that question must arise between ..... section, a plaintiff whose suit has been dismissed, a defendant against whom a suit has been dismissed and a purchaser at a sale in execution of the decree are parties to the suit.from the perusal of section. 47 it is abundantly clear that all orders passed by the executing courts that are no degrees .....

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Oct 08 1975 (HC)

Ramkaran Vs. Shrikishan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-08-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj130; 1975()WLN570

..... order 3 of civil p. c. enacts that no pleader, which (term) as per definition given in section 2 (xv) signifies all persons who are entitled to act and plead and include vakil, advocate and attorney of a high court, shall act for any person in any court unless he has been appointed for the purpose by such person ..... 3) held that the sale dated 14-8-1947 was void as it was made in contravention of the provisions of section 16(1) of the jaipur tenancy act. as regards the mortgage-deed dated 2-2-1942, their lordships held that a khatedar tenant was competent to alienate his land by way of mortgage in certain circumstances. ..... their behalf to enter into compromise dated 30-8-1902. the proper course for them was to file either a review petition or to move an application under section 151, civil p. c. for setting aside the decision or the decree on the aforesaid ground.9. in the result, the appeal is allowed, the ..... . according to him, the proper remedy for the plaintiff-respondents was to move the high court either by a review petition or under its inherent powers under section 151, civil p. c. for setting aside its decision.6. now, it cannot be disputed that a court is not competent either in review or under ..... to reopen the case and get it decided on merits. it was observed by jenkins, c. j. in kusadhaj bhakta v. broja mohan bhakta, (air 1916 cal 816) :'if we encourage the idea that the alleged mistake of a judge is to furnish a disappointed litigant with a fresh starting point for keeping his .....

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