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Nov 17 2011 (HC)

Alok Kumar Meena and Others Vs. Raj. State Veterinary Council Jaipur a ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Nov-17-2011

..... are included in the first schedule, shall be recognized veterinary qualifications for the purpose of the said act. as per definition of veterinary institution as defined in section 2(j) of the act of 1984, it means any university or other institution within or without india which grants degrees, diplomas or licences in veterinary science and animal husbandry, hence, nso individual recognition of an institution ..... recommending to the government of india recognition of veterinary qualification granted by that veterinary institution. section 20 deals with the appointment of visitors and section 21 deals with the withdrawal of recognition. sections 2(e), 2(j), 15, 19 and 21 of the act of 1984 are quoted below: definitions 2. in this act, unless the context otherwise requires,- (e) "recognised veterinary qualification" means any of the veterinary ..... the veterinary hospital attached to it and an attached livestock farm and shall have its own land and building for running various departments. it is further contended that apollo animal medical trust, which is responsible for management of the apollo college of veterinary medicine, jaipur, has previously filed the writ applications no.4244 of 2005 and 7000 of 2010 before ..... ah course. this final order shall supersede all other interim orders passed by this court in any writ petition including s.b. civil writ petition no.7963/2011 (apollo animal medical group trust, jaipur vs. union of india and ors.) pending at main seat at jodhpur. .....

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Nov 23 2011 (TRI)

Mahendra Bhagat Vs. Bhandari Hospital and Research Centre Through Its ...

Court : Rajasthan State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Jaipur

Decided on : Nov-23-2011

..... .02. the baby was again brought to respondent hospital on 10.8.02 with the complaint of cold and vomiting. she was advised injection perinorm and syrup ondem and cold act plus. when not recovered fully the baby was again brought to the respondent hospital on 10.8.02 itself. dr. ashutosh jindal advised a broad spectrum efficacious antibiotic in the ..... was due to injection but only raises the possibility ( there is a question mark placed before this diagnosis in his notes). 4. the medical board found no foot drop on the right side but only paralysis ..... sensory loss ( which is expected in a sciatic nerve injury ). the details of the site of paralysis ( muscle groups involved ) and degree of paralysis are not mentioned. dr. anjani does not categorically say that the paralysis ..... injection was administered to suggest that the injection damaged the sciatic nerve. 2. there is a time lag of 4 days between the injection and the onset of paralysis which is incompatible with paralysis due to a wrongly administered injection. post- injection paralysis would be immediate as the noxious insult acts rapidly. 3. the notes by dr. anjani do not mention objective .....

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Mar 28 2011 (HC)

Kailash C.Sharma and ors. Vs. State and ors.

Court : Rajasthan Jaipur

Decided on : Mar-28-2011

..... santokba durlabhji memorial hospital, jaipur or b.sc. with biology with post graduate diploma in laboratory technology from maharshi dayanand saraswati university, ajmer with hospital based training in jln medical college, ajmer recognized by government there shall be no distinction between laboratory technician and malaria technician. the cadre will be redesignated as laboratory technician only.6. it has ..... added for the post of laboratory technician ("lab. tech.") in column no.4 against entries at sl.no.4 under the head "group-a-vi {para medical cadre (medical)} of schedule-i appended to the rajasthan medical & health subordinate service rules, 1965 ("rules, 1965"). it is manifest from the record that since year 2002 onwards, 9-months' lab. tech. training ..... by respondents-state. it has been inter-alia averred that selections were made against 346 posts. pursuant to advertisement dt.06/10/2009, and the department of medical & health (gr.1) government of rajasthan sent a letter way back on 01/01/2003 that duration of lab. tech. 3. training stood increased from 9-months to ..... corporation ltd (2007 (10) scc 342). counsel for petitioners further urged that the statutory authority under all india council for technical education act, 1987 only recognizes such institutions which are imparting 2-years' diploma lab. tech. with 10+2 as minimum qualification at entry level; & in conformity thereof, qualification has been introduced by the board of technical education regarding admission to .....

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Mar 30 2011 (HC)

M/S Prince Stone Company. Vs. Commercial Taxes Officer.

Court : Rajasthan Jaipur

Decided on : Mar-30-2011

..... who has concealed any transaction of sale or purchase from his books of accounts or registers required by under section 21 of the act is concerned, the contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner-assessee has some force. if this transaction of sale of hydraulic excavator ..... facts and circumstances of the case; and therefore, they do not give rise to the question of law required to be determined under section 86 of the rst act, 1994. whether the assessee had closed-down business of sale of stones for the year in question or not; whether registration certificate empowers ..... the orders passed by lower authorities deserve to be up-held.9. however, the question of penalty imposed on the assessee under section 16 (1) (i) of the act, which empowers the assessing authority to impose a penalty to the extent of double the amount of tax avoided by the assessee, ..... was duly recorded in the books of accounts of the assessee, therefore, the petitioner-assessee was not liable to pay any penalty under section 16 (1) (i) of the act. he relied upon the following judgments in support of his contentions: 1.the state of gujarat v. raipur manufacturing co. ltd., reported ..... assessee under the sales tax law, the assessing authority imposed tax, interest and penalty under section 16 (1) (i) of the rst act, 1994 on the assessee by the impugned assessment order dated 04.10.1999.2. being aggrieved by the said order of learned tax board, the petitioner-assessee is before .....

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May 27 2011 (HC)

Nims University Rajasthan Vs. the State of Rajasthan and Others

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-27-2011

..... and the ratio of para 137 of p.a.inamdar for allowing single institution to conduct its own examination, is not applicable in rajasthan where several private unaided medical institutions are imparting medical education, and they have joined their hands together to conduct common entrance test which is termed as pcpmt,2011, and the petitioner institution neither opted for pcpmt,2011 ..... petitioner institution is now allowed to hold its independent separate examination then it will create further complications. (9) mr.naqvi then submits that there are several private un-aided medical institutions in the state of rajasthan and in case every such institution is allowed to hold its independent pre entrance examination, then from the month of may of the respective ..... of 24 other institutions affiliated to different universities which have been allowed to conduct their own examinations, along with one paragraph of db special appeal no.257/2010 director,geetanjali medical college v. state of rajasthan decided on 3.9.2009, which permitted the examinations either by the state agency or through the federation. (6) mr.gaur summed up ..... a procedure, to a large extent, can secure grant of merit based admissions on a transparent basis... (emphasis supplied) sec.32, nims university act, 2008. 32. admission (1) admission in the university shall be made strictly on the basis of merit. (2) merit for admission in the university may be determined either on the basis of marks or grade obtained in the .....

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Oct 11 2011 (HC)

Jodhpur Development Autho., Jodhpur Vs. State Consumer Disp. Red. Foru ...

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Oct-11-2011

..... ( see schedule) jodhpur development authority, jodhpur vs. state consumer disputes redressal forum & ors. judgment dt: 11/10/201117/53also `goods' as defined under section 2(i) of the act of 1986 which refers to the definition of sale of goods act and since jda deals with the said plot of land as goods sold in the trade or its `stock' of land bank, therefore, the ..... petitioner jda is not only a `service provider' which is a widely defined term under section 2(o) of the act but it can also be construed to be `trader ..... the complainant is a `consumer' as definedin section 2(d) of the act nor the petitioner jda is a `trader' or `service provider' as defined under section 2(q) of the act, nor any service has been provided to the complainant as defined under section 2(o) of the act and, therefore, the complaint filed under section 12 of the consumer protection act was not maintainable and this issue having not ..... before granting any relief to a complainant, should be satisfied that the complaint relates to any of the matters specified in section 2(1) ( c ) of the act and that the complainant has alleged and s.b.civil writ petition no. 11316/2010 & 11 other connected writ petitions ( see schedule) jodhpur development authority, jodhpur vs. state consumer disputes .....

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Apr 08 2011 (HC)

Smt. Sangeeta Parihar. Vs. Smt. Suraj Parihar and ors.

Court : Rajasthan Jaipur

Decided on : Apr-08-2011

..... mother, considering the fact that she was a widowed lady and could not earn a living for herself and considering the fact that she would require medical attention in her old age, the learned tribunal was certainly justified in granting 15% of the compensation amount to her. as far as smt. bhawna ..... withdrawal or dismissal for default of the original appeal disabled the respondent to question the correctness or otherwise of any finding recorded against the respondent. both sections 96 and 100 cpc provide for an appeal against decree and not against judgment. no appeal lies against a mere finding. to be entitled to ..... mr. ravindra parihar, the mother, the wife, the son and the daughter. as far as the multiplier is concerned, according to the ii schedule attached with the motor vehicles act, in case the deceased is between the age of 45 and 50, then a multiplier of 13 is to be applied. hence, the ..... been taken as the future prospect. therefore, the learned tribunal should have assessed his income as rs.9,000/- per month. according to the ii schedule attached with motor vehicle act, mr. ravindra parihar would have spent 1/3 of his income upon him. thus, he would have spent rs.3,000/- upon him ..... the learned civil judge. the learned civil judge did not pass decree for specific performance. instead, he directed the defendant, mr. banarsi, to deposit rs.2,40,000/- for the plaintiff in the court. the learned judge further directed the plaintiff, mr. ram phal, that in case the said amount were to .....

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May 18 2011 (HC)

Kheta Ram Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : May-18-2011

..... facts and circumstances existing is an offence punishable under section 304 part-ii indian penal code.11. in view of the finding above, we are of definite opinion that the trial court erred while convicting the accused appellant for the offence punishable under section 302 indian penal code. accordingly, this appeal is ..... of "aadia" blows given by accused appellant. in such circumstances the crime committed by him is certainly not an offence defined as murder under section 300 indian penal code. the accused certainly gave "aadia" blow to mool singh and consequent to that he died, but the accused was ..... kheta ram as a matter of fact was not having any intention to kill mool singh, but he gave "aadia" blow as an spontaneous act after getting jagannath hurt by tractor. the intention to cause death in the instant case is conspicuously absent. as a matter of fact on ..... evidence available the body of deceased mool singh was having following antemortem injuries: - 1.stitched wound, 03 cm long, oblique, right occipital region (lacerated).2. abrasion 6 cm long, linear right leg lowers half medial aspect.3 ..... section 304 part-ii indian penal code.heard counsel for the appellant as well as learned public prosecutor.7. the homicidal death of mool singh is not at all in dispute in view of the statements of dr. rahul jain who conducted autopsy on the person of mool singh and submitted the postmortem report ex.p/18. as per the medical .....

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May 31 2011 (HC)

Suresh Kumar and anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-31-2011

..... arrest of accused prabhu ram. the recovery of the currency notes in a tune of rs.1500/-, thus, is not sufficient upto the required degrees to convict appellant prabhu ram. the case of the prosecution, thus, suffers from a reasonable doubt to the extent it involves accused appellant ..... pw-18 shankarlal, recovery of weapon of offence and other articles, serological examination and the medical evidence adduced. so far as appellant prabhu ram is concerned, he was convicted with the aid of section 34 indian penal code on basis of the evidence given by juharmal, jairam parihar, recovery ..... ramesh. after regular investigation police submitted its report before the court competent charging suresh, prakash and prabhu ram for the offence punishable under section 302 and in alternative 302/34 indian penal code. on denial of charge regular trial was conducted. during the course of trial prosecution supported ..... , as his person as per medical evidence was having 24 injuries including several incised stab wounds. the cause of death given was injuries to head, abdomen (perforated stab wounds) causing haemorrhage, shock and death. the eye witness juharmal (pw-15) in quite definite terms stated that suresh and prakash ..... ram for the offence punishable under section 302/34 indian penal code. both the appellants are sentenced to undergo life term imprisonment with a fine of rs.5000/- and further to undergo one year more rigorous imprisonment in default to pay fine. 2. the facts necessary to be noticed .....

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Mar 10 2011 (HC)

Jhabarmal and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan.

Court : Rajasthan Jaipur

Decided on : Mar-10-2011

..... features & proof as it is the primary charge against the accused kishan & madan.23. section 120a defines 'criminal conspiracy' as under:definition of criminal conspiracy- when two or more person agree to do, or cause to be done,(1)an illegal act, or(2)an act which is not illegal by illegal means, such an agreement is designated a criminal conspiracy:provided that no ..... telephone were recovered. bhebharam and omprakash were found in injured condition near gaushala in dataramgarh and were brought to sikar hospital where both were medically examined & x-rayed. statements of injured bhebharam and omprakash were recorded under section 161 of the code of criminal procedure (for short 'the code'). on account of bhebharam becoming serious, he was referred to sms hospital ..... the light of discussion made hereinabove, we do not find any error committed by learned trial judge in relying on this piece of evidence.57. from the above ocular, medical and link evidence, it is established that deceased bhebharam's death was homicidal and he died on account of antemortem injuries sustained by him in the said incident dated 12 ..... defect of contradictions or discrepancies therein.48. the testimony of the eye witnesses also cannot be thrown out on the ground of alleged inconsistency between it and the medical evidence unless the medical evidence goes so far that it completely rules out all possibilities whatsoever of injuries taking place in the manner alleged by eye witnesses.49. besides the statements of .....

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