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May 17 1989 (HC)

State of Rajasthan Vs. Kalu Ram

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-17-1989

Reported in : 1989(2)WLN386

..... the judicial magistrate no. 1, bundi by his judgment dated may 9, 1980, under section 409, ipc and the state of rajasthan has, by leave filed this appeal against this acquittal.2. kalu ram was employed as an ldc-cum cashier in the office of the chief medical and health officer, bundi during the relevant time as on october 11, 1974, there was ..... . he further found that cash book entry ex. p/9 showed a balance of rs. 6,021.06 as on october 11, 1974. it was also found that the respondent acted as an ldc cum-cashier and, he was expected, therefore, to possess with him the aforesaid amount either in cash or in paid vouchers. on the question of guilt of ..... librepbsion reported in p. arulswami v. state of madras : 1967crilj665 , which was a case under section 106 of the madras village act, 1950 and which section was similar to section 197(1) of the code of criminal procedure-it was held that the sanction under section 106 of the madras act was not necessary to prosecute the president of the panchayat board for the offence under ..... section 409, ipc. it is a settled law that section 197 of the code is neither to be narrowly construed nor too widely. too narrow construction may render it .....

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Sep 22 1989 (HC)

Banshi Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-22-1989

Reported in : 1989(2)WLN457

..... indicates that considerable violence has been applied to the neck. it negatives suicide and provides strong indication of homicide.24. on page 157 of 'medical jurisprudence and toxicology' modi has given the differences between hanging and strangulation is tabulated form in respect of banging, he says that fracture of ..... body is adequate for the purpose. persons have succeeded in hanging themselves although their feet were in contact with the floor. only a slight degree of constriction of the neck is required to cause eventual death19. on page 172, it is observed:the position of the tongue varies from ..... her chest and pressed her neck. her mother was groaning. unfortunately, her statement ex d-2 recorded under section 161 cr pc during investigation, she has given altogether version of the incident. in ex d-2 with which she was controverted, she stated that her mother committed suicide by hanging herself with ..... of pressure, nail marks and the internal damage of localised distribution are the main features. this is a common method of achieving infanticide by an act of commission. in such cases the tissues of the infant being soft and pink, the congestion (due to pressure) and the extravasation (due to ..... observed:the importance of dribbling saliva has already been referred. this is accepted as a size of ante mortem hanging as this is a vital act. this is due to stimulation of salivary gland by compression of ligature. injury to tongue is unusual.15. on page 266, dealing with strangulation .....

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Dec 22 1989 (HC)

Miss Mona Dhand Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-22-1989

Reported in : AIR1991Raj84; 1990(1)WLN326

..... v. samasingha service cooperative society ltd., (air 1982 orissa 38) wherein it has been held that a co-operative society which is a society within meaning of section 2(k) of orissa co-operative societies act is not state (within meaning of article 12 of the constitution of india and writ petition against it is not maintainable.24. gurpreet singh sidhu v. punjab ..... the government and the government has full control over its activities but since it was neither an agency nor instrumentality of the state, therefore, it would not come within the definition of 'other authorities' under the constitution. hon'ble five judges of the supreme court in sabhajit tewary (supra) has held that the council of scientific and industrial research is not ..... receiving 100% salary from the aid given by the state cannot be termed as an instrumentality of the state.gurpreet singh sinbhu v. the punjab university, chandigarh and daya nand medical college and hospital, (1983(1) slr 220) wherein it has been held that a writ petition does not lie against privately owned and managed non-statutory educational institutions, relying on ..... v. state of punjab (air 1982 p & h 228).m. n. siddeswaraiah v. managing director, bangalore district co-operative central bank ltd. 1984 lab 1c 1357 : (1984(2) slr 647) wherein, relying on vaishya degree college (supra), it has been observed that a co-operative society is not a stautory body and, therefore, no writ lies against such a society. similar view .....

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Apr 12 1989 (HC)

Vaidhya Om Prakash Sharma Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-12-1989

Reported in : 1989WLN(UC)73

..... than five years. [d] the rights conferred by or under the indian medical council act, 1956 (including the right to practise medicine as defined in clause (f) of section 2 of the said act), on persons possessing any qualifications included in the schedules to the said act.3. it is not disputed that the act came into force in rajasthan and all other states w.e.f ..... not brought to our notice and they also escaped our notice. the provision which escaped our notice is sub-section (3) of section 17 of the indian medicine central council act. the said sub-section is as under:(3) nothing contained in sub-section (2) shall affect;[a] the right of a practitioner of indian medicine enrolled on a state register of indian medicine to practise ..... practice indian system of medicine under the aforesaid rajasthan act on 1st october, 1976 and have applied for registration but his application was ..... 1st october, 1976 and whose names appear on the slate registers maintained under the rajasthan indian medicine act, 1953, shall have a right to practice the indian system of medicine despite the fact that above two degrees do not find mention in the schedule to the act after the year 1967. we may also make clear that any body who is entitled to .....

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Sep 18 1989 (HC)

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation and ors. Vs. Devilal and or ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-18-1989

Reported in : 1991ACJ230; AIR1991Raj29; 1990(1)WLN665

..... the simple reason that the entry was made by the concerned official in the discharge of his officials duties, that it is therefore clearly admissible under section 35 of the evidence act and that it is not necessary for the prosecution to examine its author.'reference of p. c. purushothama v. s. pirumal, air 1972 sc ..... them from discharging their duty to a suffering person who needs their assistance utmost, is removed and a citizen needing the assistance of a man in the medical profession received it.'8. tribunals have been established for the prompt disposal of claim cases. the limitation for filing claim cases is six months. fixed court-fee ..... body of manilal was not examined by the tribunal and the certified copy of the post-mortem report, paper no. c17/2-3, has been taken into consideration. the postmortem examination was conducted under section 174(3), cr.p.c. 1973 and rules 6.36 and 6.46 of the rajasthan police rules, 1965. it ..... the pocket of the deceased by the police. the injuries found on the dead body of the deceased and duly noted in the postmortem report, paper no. c17/2-3, and inquest report and panchnama, paper noc17/10-11, fully corrorborate the statement of megji p.w. 3. bus driver ishaq mohammed d.w. 1 ..... homicidal. manilal's brother, devilal p.w. 1, has deposed that manilal died in an accident. so are the statements of his widow pushpa p.w. 2 and the eye witness magji p.w. 3. magji p.w. 3 was travelling with the deceased manilal in the same bus. he has deposed that he .....

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Mar 08 1989 (HC)

Jamna Prasad and 32 ors. Vs. Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporatio ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-08-1989

Reported in : 1990(1)WLN205

..... . ltd. v. its management (1962 (i) llj 213), their lordships of the supreme court after reading the definition of retrenchment as given in the act observed:the definition 'retrenchment' in section 2 of the. act means termination of service. a service cannot be said to be terminated unless it was capable of being continued. if ..... in same manner or as efficiently as before due to loss of fingers. the labour court correctly held that his case would, come under section 2.12. it is thus manifest that if the workman becomes incapaciated to discharge the functions for which he is engaged on account of his ..... contained therein; or(c) termination of the service of a workman on the ground of continued ill-health,8. a plain reading of the definition of 'retrenchment' makes it amply clear that every termination of service amounts to 'retrenchment' if the termination is not on account of any punishment ..... the nationalised routes. the job of driving a bus requires a clear eye-sight. all the petitioners were subjected to medical examinations the test their eye-sights, and the medical tests revaled that they had defective eye-sights and were thus unable to safely drive the buses. we may point out ..... found that they did not possess the normal eye-sight required for driving a heavy motor vehicle. a medical board was consequently constituted and the petitioners were directed to appear before the medical board for getting their eye-sight tested the board found them totally unfit for driving the heavy motor .....

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Sep 18 1989 (HC)

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation and anr. Vs. Devilal and or ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-18-1989

Reported in : II(1990)ACC535

..... the simple reason that the entry was made by the concerned official in the discharged of his official duties, that it is therefore clearly admissible under section 35 of the evidence act and that it is not necessary for the prosecution to examine its author. reference of p.c. purushophama v. s. pirumal : [1972]2scr646 para21 ..... them from discharging their duty to a suffering person who needs their assistance utmost, is removed and a citizen needing the assistance of a man in the medical profession received it.8. tribunals have been established for the prompt disposal of claim cases. the limitation for filing claim cases is six months. fixed court- ..... body of manilal was not examined by the tribunal and the certified copy of the post-mortem report, paper no. c17/2-3 has been taken into consideration. the postmortem examination was conducted under section 174(3), cr. p.c. 1973 and rules 6.36 and 6.46 of the rajasthan police rules, 1965. it ..... the rate of rs. 5, 400/-per annum. this figure has been multiplied by twenty. the tribunal has awarded rs. 5, 000/- to the claimant no. 2 pushpa for being deprived of the marital life and rs. 6, 000/- to claimant's no. 3, to 5 for being deprived of the love and affection ..... accidental or homicidal. manilal's brother, devilal p.w. 1, has deposed that manilal died in an accident. so are the statements of his widow pushpa p. 2 and the eye witness magji p.w. 3. magji - p.w. 3 was travelling with the deceased manilal in the same bus. he has deposed that .....

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Aug 28 1989 (HC)

Ram Swaroop and ors. Vs. Bholu Ram

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-28-1989

Reported in : AIR1991Raj56; 1989(2)WLN661

..... as the plaintiff had not paid the publication charges for substituted service nor any witness was present or summoned. the restoration application was submitted along with medical certificate and the suit was restored which was under challenge before the high court in revision and it was contended before the nagpur high court that ..... into service or not. in the gujarat case referred to above the learned judge reached a conclusion after considering the combined effect of section 30 and order 10, rules 1 and 2 that only in cases where the court exercises general power of ordering facts to be proved by affidavit either of its own motion ..... has also referred to a decision in b. e. supply co. ltd. v. the workmen (air 1972 sc 330). this matter was under industrial disputes act (1947). in para 14 it was observed that if a letter or other document is produced to establish some fact which is relevant to the enquiry the ..... meghraj (supra). in both these decisions the provisions contained in order 19, rules 1 and 2, section 30, c.p.c. have been considered. it would be proper to refer to order 19, rules 1 and 2. rules 1 and 2 read as under:--1. power to drder any point to be provedby affidavit-- any court ..... the procedure under order 19, c.p.c, and the evidence act both of which incorporate these general principles.9. apart from the principles of natural justice having regard to the statutory provisions contained in section 30 and order 19, rules 1 and 2, c.p.c. read with order 39, rule 1 we are .....

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Apr 12 1989 (HC)

Yashwant Singh Yadav Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-12-1989

Reported in : [1989(59)FLR607]; (1991)ILLJ501Raj; 1989(2)WLN276

..... above have taken the view that even a part-time employee is a workman within the definition of the 'workman' as given in section 2 of the act. in our opinion, the definition of workman as given in section 2(s) of the act is comprehensive and wide enough to include even a part-time employee. we are of the ..... considered opinion that even a part-time employee is covered by the definition of 'workman' as given in section 2 of the act. with all respects we are unable to agree with the view expressed by the learned judge of the a.p. high court. ..... point.8. the clinching question before us is whether a part-time employee is a workman as defined in the act. it would be useful to read the definition of 'workman' as given in section 2(s) of the act:-2(s) 'workman' means any person (including an apprentice) employed in any industry to do any manual, unskilled, ..... relationship of employer and employee between the tailoring shop and tailors.'12. in p.n. gulati v. labour court, (1978-ii-llj-46) (all), a doctor was employed in industry for rendering medical aid to its employees on part-time. the questions arose whether he should be taken to be a workman or not. the ..... learned judges of the division bench held that though the doctor was employed on part-time, he was still a workman as defined in the act.13. in k .....

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Feb 24 1989 (HC)

Fateh Singh Mehta Vs. O.P. Singhal and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-24-1989

Reported in : AIR1990Raj8; 1989WLN(UC)522

..... make a profit and to appropriate to himself that has been produced by the labour, skill and capital of another'.7. the definition of 'literary work' given in section 2(o) of the copyright act, 1957 (hereinafter, for short, 'the act') is an inclusive definition and, therefore, not exhaustive. its 'literary work' includes tables and compilations. dissertation is, therefore, prima facie a literary work. the expression ..... efforts prepared a thesis entitled 'an experimental investigation of swirling flow in cylinderical chambers' and on the basis of that thesis along with passing in other subjects, he obtained a degree of master of engineering in mechanical engineering. in gratitude like a true disciple he conveyed his heartful thanks to his guide and supervisor fateh singh mehta, who was employed as ..... form, but that the work must not be copied from another work that it should originate from the author (see university of london press ltd. v. university tutorial press limited, (1916) 2 ch 601. thus it is well settled that the originality in work relates to the expression of thought. much depends on the skill, labour knowledge and the capacity to digest .....

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