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Jun 30 2014 (HC)

Salma and anr Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jun-30-2014

..... form of questions and answers and this too was done after obtaining a physical and mental fitness -9- certificate from the competent medical officer. looking to this nature and degree of confidence available with the evidence referred above, we are of the view that the trial court rightly arrived at the conclusion of ..... a police officer shri babulal bishnoi (pw-23).the statement so made also bears right thumb impression of rahisa. in the statement smt. rahisa in definite terms stated that at about 5-6 pm she was in her room and at that time salma and her mother came there. salma also ..... fast track).sirohi convicted accused smt. salma wife of firoz khan and smt. mariam banu @ panku wife of barkat khan for the offence punishable under section 302 indian penal code and sentenced them to undergo life term imprisonment with a fine of rs.2000/- each with a default stipulation. to question the ..... unless it is corroborated. the rule requiring corroboration is merely a rule of prudence. (v) where the dying declaration is suspicious, it should not be acted upon without corroborative evidence. -8- (vi) a dying declaration which suffers from infirmity such as the deceased was unconscious and could never make any statement ..... at the spot of occurrence and she came there only after receiving information of the incident. in defence, statements of shri barkat (dw-1).mujfar (dw-2).firoz (dw-3).mafat singh (dw-4).ramzan (dw-5) and dr. rajendra arora (dw-6) were recorded. the trial court after examining the .....

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Jun 17 2014 (HC)

Shanti Lal Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jun-17-2014

..... sirohi and was taken to civil hospital at ahmedabad where she expired on 19.04.2005 but the testimony of the medical officer at ahmedabad makes it clear that she carried 2nd to 3rd degree burns all over the body and she died for septicemia, which was the result of such burn injuries. thus, demise ..... . in hiraman versus state of maharashtra: (2013) 12 scc586 the hon'ble supreme court has held,- thus as can be seen, by enacting section 32 (1) in the evidence act, the legislature has accorded a special sanctity to the statement made by a dying person as to the cause of his own death. this is ..... fact that there had been regular ill-treatment of the deceased by the appellant is clearly established in the testimony of pw-1 parkha ram and pw-2 bhagwana ram, the uncles of the deceased as also pw-3 kheta ram, father of the deceased. as regards the burning of deceased and direct connectivity ..... the additional sessions judge (fast track).sirohi. during trial, the prosecution examined as many as 10 witnesses namely,- pw-1 parkha ram (uncle of the deceased) pw-2 bhagwana ram (uncle of the deceased) pw-3 kheta ram (father of the deceased) pw-4 ranjeet singh (a translator & newspaper reporter) pw-5 salim badar ..... the submissions that he was a labourer at ahmedabad having seven daughters and a son; that his elder daughter bharti was married to the appellant shantilal about 2 years back; and that a daughter was born to his daughter who was about a year old. the complainant further stated that about 11:00 a .....

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Jan 03 2014 (HC)

Hitesh Shrimali Vs. Mohd.Javed and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jan-03-2014

..... decided. the standard of a reasonable man is as relevant in the case of plaintiff's contributory negligence as in the case of a defendant's negligence. but the degree of want of care which will constitute contributory negligence, varies with the circumstances and the factual situation of the case............... . in the over all fact situation, in view ..... karmasey kunvargi tak & ors.: (2002) 6 scc455while reiterating the principles of contributory negligence observed thus:- 8...........the question of contributory negligence arises when there has been some act or omission on the claimant's part, which has materially 5 contributed to the damage caused, and is of such a nature that it may properly be described as ..... .08,000/- (f) mental agony on account of :: rs.25,000/- permanent disablement ----------------- total rs.3,62,199/- ----------------- less : contributory negligence :: rs.90,549/- @ 25% ----------------- compensation rs.2,71,650/- ----------------- in view of the above discussion, the appeal is partly allowed and the cross-objections filed by the insurance company are rejected. the award passed by the tribunal ..... the same does not call for any interference. the tribunal, based on its perception of working of the medical department while issuing disability certificate and expressing its apprehensions and doubts, has reduced the disability, which was assessed by the medical board at 18% to 5%. a look at the disability certificate indicates that the same was issued by .....

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Jan 03 2014 (HC)

U.i.ins.Co.Ltd.Udaipur Vs. Hitesh Srimali and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jan-03-2014

..... decided. the standard of a reasonable man is as relevant in the case of plaintiff's contributory negligence as in the case of a defendant's negligence. but the degree of want of care which will constitute contributory negligence, varies with the circumstances and the factual situation of the case............... . in the over all fact situation, in view ..... karmasey kunvargi tak & ors.: (2002) 6 scc455while reiterating the principles of contributory negligence observed thus:- 8...........the question of contributory negligence arises when there has been some act or omission on the claimant's part, which has materially 5 contributed to the damage caused, and is of such a nature that it may properly be described as ..... .08,000/- (f) mental agony on account of :: rs.25,000/- permanent disablement ----------------- total rs.3,62,199/- ----------------- less : contributory negligence :: rs.90,549/- @ 25% ----------------- compensation rs.2,71,650/- ----------------- in view of the above discussion, the appeal is partly allowed and the cross-objections filed by the insurance company are rejected. the award passed by the tribunal ..... the same does not call for any interference. the tribunal, based on its perception of working of the medical department while issuing disability certificate and expressing its apprehensions and doubts, has reduced the disability, which was assessed by the medical board at 18% to 5%. a look at the disability certificate indicates that the same was issued by .....

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Jul 03 2014 (HC)

Raj. High Court Adv.Clerks Asso.Soci. and Vs. Registrar General, Raj. ...

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jul-03-2014

..... showing their name and the registration number. 02. entry of the advocate's clerk in the prescribed uniform in the administrative and judicial sections of this hon'ble court is permissible 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and from 4.00 p.m. to ..... several other enactments, but no protection to them has been provided as given to the other professionals like advocates, chartered accountants, medical practitioners etc. a need to regulate the profession of advocates' clerks has been emphasised with a view to extend efficient service and contribution to ..... misconduct or who has been convicted of any offence involving moral turpitude. . the central administrative tribunal rules enacted under the administrative tribunals act, 1985 are also having chapter xiii relating to register clerks of legal practitioner and the provisions prescribed thereunder are as follows:- 70. prohibition ..... 8)identifying persons personally known to him inspecting record or swearing affidavit. . the acts permitted to be performed by an advocate's clerk are quite important and, therefore, their access to various administrative/judicial sections of the high court is necessary. the assistance provided by the advocates' clerks ..... the system with higher degree of protection from the hardships attached. it is pointed out that the advocates' clerks though are under employment of the individual advocates, but are discharging statutory duties in addition to their -2- private responsibilities with advocates. it is .....

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Jan 15 2014 (HC)

Smt. Ramila Vs. Chief Medical and Health Officer and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Jan-15-2014

..... operation, performed by the respondent no.3. the appellant had filed the application d.b.civil special appeal (writ) no.1155/2013. smt. ramila vs chief medical & health officer & ors.// 2 // before the permanent lok adalat, claiming compensation in the sum of rs.11,90,000/-, while attributing the birth of an additional child to the negligence of ..... observations and directions in the award impugned read as under:- ?? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ?? ?" ? ? ? ?% ? ? ?( ??* ? + ? ? ,? ?? *?" ? ??? ??"* ? ? ?? ? ?? ? ?? ?? *?" ??? 4 ? ,? ? ? ? ? ? ??? ??? ? ? ?9? ? ?? 9? ? ?? ?< ? ,? ??* ?? ? ?? ??? ? ? ?? ? + ?? ???? ? ? ? ,? ??" ? ?( ???? ?( ? ? a ???9 ?,?? ?? ? a ?? ? ? ? ????? ?? ?< ?%? ??"* ?, 4*? ?? ? d.b.civil special appeal (writ) no.1155/2013. smt. ramila vs chief medical & health officer & ors.// 3 // ? ? ? ? ?? a? 9 ?? ?" ?? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? :???? ? ??? ? ?d ????? ? ,? ? ? ?? ? a ????? ?? ?< ?? %(? ? ?? + ?? ? ? ?< ? 9 ? ? ? a ? ?? ? ? ?? a ?? ?" ?( ? ( ? ? ?? ? ?? ? ? . ? ? h ?? a ??? * 02.02.2007 ? ?? ? ?? a ??49" a ??? ?9? ? ,? 9% ? ??+ ? ? ?? ? a ?? ? ? ?? ? ? ?? a ?? ?" ? ? ??? ?h? ? ?? ? ? ?9" ??9 ?h? ? ? ? ? ? k ? ? ??9 ..... sterilization operation. there is nothing on record to show as to what prevented the respondent no.1 to act promptly and go for abortion if she was not desirous d.b.civil special appeal (writ) no.1155/2013. smt. ramila vs chief medical & health officer & ors.// 4 // of having yet another child. in these circumstances, without there being .....

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Mar 28 2014 (HC)

Udailal Vs. Chairman R S R T C

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Mar-28-2014

..... jodhpur judgment s.b.civil misc. appeal no.358/2000 udai lal versus chairman, r.s.r.t.c.jaipur under section 173 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 against the award dated 2.3.2000 passed by motor accident claims tribunal, udaipur in m.a.c.case no.167/1993. date of order : ..... to explain that how he has suffered loss of future prospects. similarly, he has claimed compensation on account of inability to drive the vehicle, expenses on medical treatment for which vouchers have not been submitted by him, compensation on account of permanent disablement and for loss of amenities of civil misc. appeal no ..... 000/- for grievous injuries, rs.25,000/- for disability mentioned in the exhibit-39, rs.5,000/- for expenses on medicines, rs.5,000/- for medical and physical agony and rs.10,000/- for loss of income. appellant udai lal has argued that he had to put expenditure on attendant also because he was ..... discharge ticket exhibit-5 is also there in the file of mact. from perusal of the discharge ticket, it appears that udai lal was admitted in rnt medical college & hospital, udaipur on 14.10.1992 for treatment and he was discharged on 30.10.1992 after civil misc. appeal no.358/2000 3 treatment. ..... , for the respondent. this appeal had been filed by claimant injured udai lal in this court under section 173 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 for enhancement of the award amount. impugned award was passed on 2.3.2000 by motor accident claims tribunal, udaipur in motor accident claim case no.167/1993 titled as .....

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Feb 10 2014 (HC)

Sant Shri Asharam Bapu Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Feb-10-2014

..... that petitioner had tried to force her to perform oral sex. thus, the said allegation is covered under the definition of penetrative sexual assault given in section 3(d) of the aforesaid act as well as under section 375 (a) ipc of the amended act of 2013. the argument that the prosecutrix was not under the control or custody of the petitioner or that the ..... could be made out from the statements of the prosecutrix, does not even remotely indicate that the petitioner has, on the person of the prosecutrix committed an act of penetrative sexual assault. further, section 376(2) of the ipc is referable to certain class of persons and the petitioner does not fall under the category of such class who is in the management ..... the circumstances except that the charge-sheet has been filed. the argument raised by learned senior counsel in the present case that the allegation of rape is not corroborated by medical evidence and also the argument that even if the allegations are taken on their face value and the accusations as levelled under the three different enactments of juvenile justice ..... circumstances, the following factors also before granting bail, they are: 1. the nature of accusation and the severity of punishment in case of conviction and the nature of supporting evidence; 2. reasonable apprehension of tampering of the witness or apprehension of threat to the complainant; 3. prima facie satisfaction of the court in support of the charge. . thus, while granting bail .....

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Oct 30 2014 (HC)

Manoj Avasthi and anr Vs. State (Urban Deve.,) and anr

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Oct-30-2014

..... two qualifications and the engineering degree holders definitely have an edge and better qualification over the diploma holders. if the respondent state requires only better candidates with better qualification ..... ors. - (1995) 6 scc1relied upon by the learned counsel for the petitioners dealt with a case of selection of junior teachers in orissa state homeopathic medical colleges and in para 33 of the judgment the hon'ble supreme court observed that the members of the selection board or for that matter, any other ..... ? ?? ? , 5 ?- ? ???? ??? ?( ? ?"9?:( 167 ? 5 ? ??;? ? 5 ?? ?? ? ?? ? ???? ??? ?( ? ? ?" ? ? ?? ???(??? ?" " ??.( ? 5 ? ?(??9 ?? " ? ?"9?:?( ? ?? ??;9 ??( " ? ??? ? ?? ? ? sd/- (?9. ?. ?c? ) ?? ???" 6. it is further stated in the reply of the respondent state that the respondents have acted bonafidely looking to the scarcity of technical staff in the ongoing projects & various other important projects in various state public undertakings and departments like dmrc for jaipur metro project, avl ..... prescribed in column (2) of the said advertisement clearly stipulates that the eligible candidates should be engineering graduates within minimum 60% marks or amie degree holders with minimum 55% marks. there is no mention of junior engineer (diploma holder) in the said advertisement at all. now there is a definite difference between the .....

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Oct 30 2014 (HC)

Hanuman Prasad Vyas and anr Vs. State of Raj. and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

Decided on : Oct-30-2014

..... two qualifications and the engineering degree holders definitely have an edge and better qualification over the diploma holders. if the respondent state requires only better candidates with better qualification ..... ors. - (1995) 6 scc1relied upon by the learned counsel for the petitioners dealt with a case of selection of junior teachers in orissa state homeopathic medical colleges and in para 33 of the judgment the hon'ble supreme court observed that the members of the selection board or for that matter, any other ..... ? ?? ? , 5 ?- ? ???? ??? ?( ? ?"9?:( 167 ? 5 ? ??;? ? 5 ?? ?? ? ?? ? ???? ??? ?( ? ? ?" ? ? ?? ???(??? ?" " ??.( ? 5 ? ?(??9 ?? " ? ?"9?:?( ? ?? ??;9 ??( " ? ??? ? ?? ? ? sd/- (?9. ?. ?c? ) ?? ???" 6. it is further stated in the reply of the respondent state that the respondents have acted bonafidely looking to the scarcity of technical staff in the ongoing projects & various other important projects in various state public undertakings and departments like dmrc for jaipur metro project, avl ..... prescribed in column (2) of the said advertisement clearly stipulates that the eligible candidates should be engineering graduates within minimum 60% marks or amie degree holders with minimum 55% marks. there is no mention of junior engineer (diploma holder) in the said advertisement at all. now there is a definite difference between the .....

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