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Apr 04 2001 (HC)

Panna Ram Vs. the State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-04-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)WLN189

..... was confronted with his earlier police statement but he denied to have given such statement. though, this witness has been declared hostile, but he has definitely stated that appellant pannaram used to beat his wife smt. teeja and according to him there was nothing wrong in causing injuries to his deceased ..... presence with a danda in hand is a most important incriminating circumstance against the appellant. the conduct of the appellant is admissible under section 8 of the evidence act. not only this an extra judicial confession has also been made by the appellant before this witness, saying that there was nothing ..... learned judge relying on the testimony of pw-4 kishnaram with respect to the conduct of the appellant and the extra-judicial confession corroborated by the medical evidence and further the evidence of dying declaration exhibit p-14 found the appellant pannaram guilty of the murder of his wife smt. teeja. accordingly ..... obliguely.4. stiched wound 6.5 cm long on left parieto-occipital region placed obliguely near injury no. 3.5. stiched wound - 2 cm long on left occipital region near injury no. 4. -6. stiched wound - 4.5 cm long on left occipital region below injury no. 5 ..... of deceased teeja and noticed following injuries:1. stitched wound 13 cm long on left fronto parietal region placed obliguely.2. stiched wound 3 cm long on left frontol region placed 2.5 cm medial to injury no. 1.3. stiched wound 4 cm long on left parietal region part placed .....

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Apr 19 2001 (HC)

Manoj Kumar Soni and ors. Vs. Rajasthan Public Service Commission and ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-19-2001

Reported in : 2001(4)WLC675; 2001(3)WLN693

..... appearing in the cases on behalf of the department, he had also filed the letter dated 15.7.98 (ann. 6) issued by dy. legal remumberance, medical department, jaipur. he had also produced certain order sheets of the tribunal where his presence was marked. the candidature of the petitioner was rejected vide order dated ..... assistant working in govt. advocate's office who appear before judicial officers of high court for submitting pleadings and removing defects, does not come within the provisions of advocates act and is eligible to be considered for rhjs examination. 11. in susham suri etc. etc. v. govt. of national capital, territory of delhi and anr. etc ..... advocate for two years and ten days i.e. from 22.11.95 to 31.12.97 and that from 2.1.98 he has been working as legal assistant in the office of director, medical & health department. he mentioned in the affidavit that in the capacity of legal assistant he had been appearing and ..... government counsel) will continue to be an advocate. what is of essence as to what such law officer engaged by the government does whether he acts or pleads in the court on behalf of his employer or otherwise. whether such person is engaged on terms of salary or remuneration but whether he is ..... engaged to act or plead in the court of law as an advocate. 12. however, each case is to be decided on its own fact. in the affidavit .....

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Oct 11 2001 (HC)

Jai Ram and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-11-2001

Reported in : RLW2003(3)Raj1901

..... received injuries in the incident and they were drenched with blood.14. it is trite that the onus which rests on an accused person under section 105 evidence act, to establish his plea of private defence is not as onerous as the unshifting burden, which lies on the prosecution to establish every ingredient of ..... based on the eye witness account of injured witnesses hoshiyar singh (pw.1) and bharta ram (pw.26). the evidence is sought to be corroborated by the testimony of medical jurists dr. shiv narain (pw. 21), dr. m.k. singhal (pw. 22) dr. p.c. vyas and dr. surendra kumar sharma (pw. 28). ..... the prosecution case may be deduced thus -(i) hanuman (deceased) sustained one incised wound on his right parietal region and he died on june 4, 1992.(ii) deep chand received two contusions over his right and left parietal region and he died on june 10, 1992, after seven days of the incident.(iii) ..... sustained by accused rajendra vide ex. d.11 also appears necessary.injuries of rajendra (accused) :1. lacerated wound with redish bluish blood clot 3 cm. x 2 cm. x skin deep over rt. parietal ocipital region of the skull2. pain over the rt. shoulder3. pain over rt. buttock. 7. as already noticed ..... it proved fatal to two of them (hanuman and deep chand) who lost their lives in the incident. let us unfold the re'sume' of the case.2. all the four appellants jairam, rajendra @ papuriya, mohan @ ram monohar and tota ram were arraigned before the learned additional sessions judge behrod (distt. alwar) for .....

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Oct 16 2001 (HC)

Dy. Cit Vs. Hindustan Zinc Ltd.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-16-2001

Reported in : (2002)77TTJ(NULL)344

..... of business. the expression 'asset or advantage of an enduring nature' was evolved to emphasise the element of a sufficient degree of durability appropriate to the context.there is also no single definitive criterion which, by itself, is determinative whether a particular outlay is capital or revenue. the 'once for all' payment ..... and cit v. gorelal dubey (supra), we hold that the royalty or cess or royalty is tax which falls under the prohibition provided in section 43b of the income tax act. therefore, the order of assessing officer is sustained and that of the commissioner (appeals) is reversed.13. ground no. 4 : disallowance ..... case of cit v. gorelal dubey : [1998]232itr246(mp) .11. the learned authorised representative explained that the unpaid royalties have been disallowed under section 43b by the assessing officer. the learned commissioner (appeals) has rightly allowed the relief on the ground that it is neither a tax nor a duty ..... the basis of the decision in the earlier year had allowed the claim of the assessee under section 30 of the act as under :rs.(1)80 per cent of rs. 4,80,3403,84,272(2)rent of guest-house23,250 4,07,522 these expenses had been allowed on the basis of ..... 8. regarding the guest-house expenses the plea of the authorised representative is that these expenses were covered by provision of section 37(4) read with section 37(1) of the act. the company's guest-houses are actually transit accommodation and rest house. the employees stay in this transit house during .....

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