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Jul 05 2001 (HC)

Rakesh Vs. Smt. Nandu

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jul-05-2001

Reported in : II(2002)DMC301; 2002(1)WLC730; 2002(1)WLN537

..... ordinary civil courts are bound.10. the family court should not succumb to nicities technicalities and mystic maybes, while recording evidence and admitting documents etc.11. keeping the above section 14 of the act of 1984 in mind, the observations made by the learned judge, family court that the documents should have been proved by producing the original are to be. ignored ..... opinion, assist it to deal effectually with a dispute, whether or not the same would be otherwise relevant or admissible under the indian evidenceact, 1872 (1 to 1872.'9. section 14 of the act of 1984, which empowers the family court to receive as evidence any report, statement, document, information or matter for effectively deciding the dispute before it, frees it from ..... - non-applicant husband:-1. that the learned judge, family court has committed an error of law in deciding the case on the technicalities of the evidence act and thus, he over-looked section 14 of the family courts act, 1984 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act of 1984'.2. that the learned judge, family court has failed to appreciate that as per the provisions of ..... apart from this, after coming into force of the hindu marriage act, 1955, the said agreement is of no value.3. that since husband has re-married, the problem of applicant no. 1 wife has further increased.4. that from the medical certificate ex.a/2, which has not been got proved by the doctor, the fact that non-applicant husband was suffering .....

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Sep 04 2001 (HC)

Rajasthan Upbhokta Sanrakshan Samiti Vs. Unit Trust of India

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-04-2001

Reported in : 2002(1)WLC48; 2003(1)WLN93

..... debts, equities and/or other securities as per investment objectives of the respective schemes. rajlakshmi unit scheme 1992 was also one such schemes made by the uti under section 21(1) of the act. the period of scheme was between sixteen to twenty years. by the impugned action what has been done by the board is to reduce the period of scheme ..... first rescued the doctrine from obscurity in central london property trust. ltd. v. high trees house, ltd., (1); and laid foundation to its applicability in robertson v. minister of pensions (2), reiterating and expanding the scope of its application even to the crown in howell v. falmouth board construction co., (3); (referred in express newspapers pvt. ltd. v. union of india ..... (4), in the following words:-'(1) that the assurances intended to be acted upon and in fact acted upon were binding, and (2) that where a government department wrongfully assumed authority to perform some legal act, the citizen is entitled to assume that it had that authority.' but to apply the doctrine there must be a ..... ' which can apply to public authorities.5. on aforesaid principles and the limitations applied, we have to see whether the principle of promissory estoppel applies in the present case. on 2.10.1992 the scheme rus'92 was announced by the uti. the maturity period of scheme ranged from sixteen years to twenty years. it was made under .....

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Apr 09 2001 (HC)

Sujata Malhotra Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-09-2001

Reported in : 2001(2)WLC604; 2003(1)WLN216

..... . m.l. dewangan dated 1.1.1987. besides abovesaid documents, the petitioner had also produced before the inquiry officer along with supplementary list viz. (1) medical examination report dated 14.9.1984 from dr. shashi vaid, (2) medical report dated 17.8.1984 from dr. shashi vaid, (ex. d.9) & (3) x-ray report dated 5.11.1984 from sharma clinic & nursing ..... her tender kid, for which she had to keep away from duty which was beyond her control on account of compelling reasons as explained by her through production of numerous medical examination report/prescription or certificates from the respective doctors, so also in her affidavit (ex. p.1) and letter of her leave extension applications, so also in her ..... gone abroad (nigeria) without prior intimation and without obtaining no objection certificate from the state government. the disciplinary authority has not at all mentioned in the charge sheet that the act of allegedly wilful absent and having gone abroad without prior intimation and no objection certificate is misconduct. the words used by the disciplinary authority are 'guilty' and 'responsible' but ..... consequences directly attributable to negligence would be such as to be irreparable or the resultant damage would be so heavy that the degree of culpability would be very high. an error can be indicating of negligence and the degree of culpability may indicate the grossness of the negligence. carless can often be productive of more harm than deliberate wickedness or malevolence .....

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Apr 18 2001 (HC)

Ratan and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-18-2001

Reported in : 2001(2)WLC733; 2001(4)WLN581

..... the basis of prosecution evidence, in particular the statement of harji injured, which finds corroboration by medical evidence and recovery of phawads from the accused persons at their instance and information under section 27 of the evidence act and the report of fsl indicating the presence of human blood on the recovered articles, it ..... a vital part of the body resulting in death must always necessarily reduce the offence to culpable homicide not amounting to murder punishable under section 304, part ii of the code. if a man deliberately strikes another on the head with a heavy log of wood or an iron rod or even ..... there. the question, so far as the intention is concerned, is not whether he intended to kill, or it inflict an injury of a particular degree of seriousness, but whether he intended to inflict the injury in question; and once the existence of the injury is proved the intention to cause it ..... site plan of recovery of phawadas was also prepared which is ex.p.18. investigating officer also got the accused medically examined and collected injury reports of madan, ratan and sawra ex.p.1, 2 & 3 respectively. investigation officer also prepared 'panchnama' of the dead body of the deceased badha ex.p.12 ..... has also examined ratan s/o shyokaran and found following injuries on his body:(1) lacerated wound 5x1.25 x bone deep on left tempo parietal region.(2) bruise 7.5 x 5 cm. on left parietal region.(3) patient was complaining pain on both hip joints. the witnesses opined that at the .....

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Aug 10 2001 (HC)

Reva Lal Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-10-2001

Reported in : RLW2003(1)Raj581; 2002(5)WLC352; 2002(2)WLN218

..... means of handling aggressive impulses engendered by frustration.'27. suicide is intentionally taking of one's life. in other words, suicide is the initiation of an act leading to one's own death. conventional wisdom decrees that suicide is the escape route for the abnormal. person who commits suicide; can adopt different methods ..... 4 prakash and p.w.5 mohan lal.19. now the most important question that arises for consideration in the present case is whether by his acts and deeds, the accused appellant has made that situation which resulted in the commission of suicide by deceased or not or in other words, whether ..... 14. to prove the charge of the offence under section 306 ipc the prosecution has to prove the following two facts:(i) the commission of suicide by a person; and (ii) the accused abetted the commission thereof. 15. to appreciate the above contentions, first medical evidence in this case hasto be seen which is found ..... the transaction which resulted in his death and it becomes relevant under section 32 of the indian evidence act in a case in which the cause of that person's death comes into question. the clause (1) of section 32 of the evidence act makes relevant. what is english law are called dying declarations. the ..... or secondly - engages with one or more other person or persons in any conspiracy for the doing of that thing, if an act or illegal omission takes place in pursuance of that conspiracy and in order of the doing of that thing; or thirdly - intentionally aid, by any .....

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May 22 2001 (HC)

Laxman and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-22-2001

Reported in : 2001(3)WLC749; 2002(1)WLN359

..... the supreme court in mohd. ramzan v. state of delhi : 1980crilj1010 ruled that the onus to establish his plea of private defence under section 105 evidence act on an accused person, is not as onerous as the unshifting burden which lies on the prosecution to establish every ingredient of the offence ..... by their lordships of the supreme cout that--(i) none of the accused could be convicted under section 302 ipc.(ii) none of the accused could be convicted under section 302 read with section 149 or section 34 ipc. the object of the assembly was not unlawful. there was no common object or common ..... 302 ipc and investigation commenced. post mortem of dead bodies of deceased nand lal and kanwar lal was conducted. site was inspected. injured witnesses were medically examined. the accused were arrested and recovery memos of weapons at the instance of the accused persons were drawn. on conclusion of investigation charge sheet ..... incorporate the observations of their lordships of the supreme court rendered in lakshmi singh v. state of bihar : 1976crilj1736 which are as follows--(para 2)this is an unfortunate case in which two persons appear to have lost their lives over a very petty trivial dispute. on a perusal of ..... following inferences:(1) that the prosecution has suppressed the genesis and the origin of the occurrences and has thus not presented the true version;(2) that the witnesses who have denied the presence of the injuries on the person of the accused are lying on a most material point .....

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Jun 28 2001 (HC)

Kanhaiya Lal and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jun-28-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)WLN79

..... prosecutrix and the doctor on x-ray opined that victim could be of 19 years at the time of examination. the court on the basis of medical evidence held that the victim was not below the age of 18 years. in the instant case as stated above, the prosecution has successfully established ..... other count, to undergo 7 years ri with fine of rs. 500/-, in default thereof, to further undergo 3 months r.i. ii. accused appellants radhey shyam and ram kishan - under section 292 ipc: each to undergo one year ri with a fine of rs. 500/- each, in default thereof, to further undergo 3 ..... one accused they may be asked to pay in equal terms unless their capacity to pay varies considerably. the payment may also vary depending upon the acts of each accused. reasonable period for payment of compensation, if necessary by installments may also be given. the court may enforce the order by imposing ..... facts inference could be drawn but there must be some material from which it would be reasonable to establish a connection between the alleged conspiracy and the act done pursuant to the said conspiracy'.26. in the instant case, from the material produced on record, i find that the accused appellant radhey shyam ..... having been a victim of the offence of rape is not accomplice of the crime and there is, no rule of law that testimony cannot be acted without corroboration on material particulars and her testimony has to be appreciated on the principles of probabilities just as the testimony of any other witness and .....

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Aug 30 2001 (HC)

Miss Renna JaIn Vs. Mohal Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-30-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)WLC243; 2003(1)WLN575

..... have been given admission because of her position in the merit list how it is justified to permit indirectly miss reena jain to continue with the studies and get the degree by the court under its extraordinary equitable jurisdiction. it is done, it will certainly result in perpetuating not only illegality but unconstitutionally as well as to affirm the ..... petitioners for ptet. having gone through these admission forms i am satisfied that these are filled in by the petitioners themselves.22. the petitioners have passed the three years degree course examination in science faculty and it is difficult to believe what to say to accept that they will commit the mistake in mentioning the subjects which they never ..... the judgment, their lordships of the supreme court observed as under;-'8. the admission in medical course throughout india is governed by different statutory provisions, including regulations framed under different acts. during last several years efforts have been made to regulate the admissions to the different medical institutions, in order to achieve academic excellence. but, at the same time, a counter- ..... in her admission form of the ptet has mentioned home science as one of the teaching subjects. (2) reena jain was not having the subject home science in her three years degree course (science. she has subjects chemistry, botany and zoology in the three years degree course (science) which she passed from maharshi dayanand saraswati university, ajmer. she was nominated for .....

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Sep 04 2001 (HC)

Ram Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-04-2001

Reported in : 2002(1)WLN595

..... viewed suicide as a means of handling aggressive impulses engendered by frustration.' 20. suicide is intentionally taking of one's life. in other words, suicide is the initiation of an act leading to one's own death. conventional wisdom decrees that suicide is the escape route for the abnormal. a person who commits suicide; can adopt different methods in committing suicide ..... of the case. 6. to prove the charge of the offence under section 306 ipc, the prosecution has to prove the following two facts:- 1. the commission of suicide by a person; and 2. the accused abetted the commission thereof. point no. 7. to prove the first point, the medical evidence has to be looked into, which is found in the statement of ..... illegal omission takes place in pursuance of that conspiracy, and in order of the doing of that thing; or thirdly-intentionally aids, by any act or illegal omission, the doing of that thing.' 14. the intention to aid the commission of the crime, is the gist of the offence of abetment by aid. in case ..... deceased was unnatural one in the shape of suicide. (11). hence, the point no. 1 stands proved. point no. 2 with regard to abetment 12. now, the most important question that arises for consideration in the present case is whether by his acts and deeds, the accused appellant has made thatsituation which resulted in the commission of suicide by deceased or not .....

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May 29 2001 (HC)

Rajasthan State Road Trans. Corpn. Vs. Nand Kishore and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-29-2001

Reported in : 2002ACJ1564

..... rate of rs. 1,185 per month. from the evidence of claimants it is fully established that the monthly income of the deceased was rs. 2,685, therefore, it cannot be said that he was not contributing to the claimants. it is settled law that the quantum of compensation is ..... negligence of its driver.16. on the pleading of the parties the tribunal framed issues and tried the case. aw 1 nand kishore and aw 2 basant mal were examined by the claimants and on behalf of the corporation dw 1 sumer-mal, the driver of the bus was examined.17. ..... for the appellant.15. it was averred that at the relevant time the deceased was 62 years of age and used to earn about rs. 2,685 per month, i.e., rs. 1,500 as salary from his employer mukhti-dham trust and also rs. 1,185 per month as ..... referred for short 'the claimants') and against the rajasthan state road transport corporation (hereinafter referred to as 'the corporation') and its driver respondent no. 7.2. aggrieved by the aforesaid judgment and award impugned the corporation filed this misc. appeal before this court.3. briefly stated the facts which are necessary to ..... medical college patna air 1971 patna 43, as follows (para 7):there is a presumption that every person whether in his private or official character does his duty and unless the contrary is proved, it is presumed that all things are rightly and regularly done. this presumption applies with greater force to official acts. 7. according to section 74, evidence act, documents forming acts .....

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