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Jan 28 1980 (SC)

Dr. Jagadish Saran and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-28-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC820; (1980)2SCC768; [1980]2SCR831

..... the 'fasters'. we have sympathy for students, especially for those who sacrifice their comforts to claim an opportunity to take post-graduate medical degrees. we even feel that the student community often resorts to direct action of the satyagraha model when the pachydermic disposition of authorities drives them ..... record, and i agree with my learned brother that the material is so scanty, fragmentary and unsatisfactory that we are prevented from expressing any definite decision on the point. although we gave sufficient opportunity to the parties, the requisite material has not been forthcoming. whether or not a ..... at the difficult heights of some disciplines where the best alone is likely to blossom as the best. to sympathise mawkishly with the weaker sections by selecting sub-standard candidates, is to punish society as a whole by denying the prospect of excellence say in hospital service. even ..... because the pressure of militant delhi graduates forced the university's hands or because government, which virtually forced this solution of 70% plus reservation, acted on the easy guidelines: nothing succeeds like excess. reservation begins as a mild remedy but becomes, unless leashed, a frankensteins monster.13. the ..... the basics. the indian constitution is wedded to equal protection and non-discrimination. articles 14, 15 and 16 are inviolable and article 29(2) strikes a similar note though it does not refer to regional restrictions or reservations. article 15 saves the state's power to make .....

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Mar 19 1980 (SC)

Charles K. Skaria and ors. Vs. Dr. C. Mathew and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-19-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC1231; (1980)2SCC752; [1980]3SCR71

..... -graduate degree and diploma courses in two of its universities trivandrum and calicut. the selection is made from among candidates guided by the prospectus issued in this behalf and the selection committee makes the selection, the principal of the medical college, trivandrum, being the convener hereof. a notification inviting applications was published in the gazette dated 27-2-1979 ..... post-graduate opthalmology and the whole exercise is confined to allotment of these seats in conformity with the equal opportunity rule which is constitutionally inviolable. the selection committee, acting on the guidelines, had to award 10 marks extra for those who had a post-graduate diploma-a reasonable recognition of an additional accomplishment relevant to the object ..... registrars of the universities informed officially which of the candidates had passed in the diploma course. the selection committee did not violate any mandatory rule nor act arbitrarily by accepting and acting upon these steps. had there been anything dubious, shady or unfair about the procedure or any mala fide move in the official exercises we would never ..... and to pursue his relief through the university or other appropriate state agency, we directed the impleadment of the indian medical council which is the statutory body concerned, at the national level, with higher medical degrees and courses. the medical council has not appeared before the court though its presence would have helped the forensic process to heal the fractured .....

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Dec 17 1980 (SC)

A.T. Zambre and ors. Vs. Kartar Krishna Shashtri

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-17-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC796; (1981)1SCC561; [1981]2SCR398; 1981(13)LC68(SC)

..... in complete agreement with these observations which were made in relation to sub-clause (ii) of clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the act. the provisions of that sub-clause being in pari materia with sub-section (5) of section 17 of the act, they apply fully to that sub-section which must therefore be held to be violative of article 14 of the constitution ..... bombay allowing a petition under articles 226 and 227 of the constitution of india and declaring that sub-section (5) of section 17 of the maharashtra medical practitioners act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the act) is ultra vires of article 14 of the constitution of india.2. the facts are not in dispute and may be shortly stated. the respondent hails from uttar pradesh. in ..... 1940 he obtained the degree of 'ayurved shastri' from the all india adarsh vidwat parishad, kanpur, on november 12, 1940 ..... made to the committee of the medical board of unani system of medicine under sub-section (5) of section 17 of the act (although none of the clauses of that sub-section had anything to do with it) was rejected and his appeal filed to the board was also dismissed on september 30, 1964.3. clause (ii) of the said sub-section (5) with which we are .....

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Aug 25 1980 (SC)

Milkiyat Singh and ors Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-25-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC1579; 1981CriLJ1000; 1980Supp(1)SCC330; 1980(Supp)SCC330; 1981(13)LC127(SC); 1980()WLN505

..... other wound no pellet was found'. the wound in which no pellet was found was a gun shot wound. it is difficult to see why what was possible medically in the case of balbir singh could not be so in the case of chhotu singh accused. d.w. 1 dr. sohan lal gupta was examined for the ..... jagroop singh had been fired. surprisingly dal singh is not named as an accused in this case. it is said a private complaint alleging an offence punishable under section 302 of the indian penal code has been filed against him. in their evidence before the court surjit singh (pw 3) and jagroop singh (pw 4) ..... of conviction and the sentences passed on the appellants before us by the additional sessions judge no. 2, shri ganga nagar. of the four appellants milkiyat singh and chhotu singh were convicted under section 302 and section 307 read with section 34 of the indian penal code and sentenced to imprisonment for life under the first count and rigorous ..... this can be said that more possibility is that this injury can be caused by the pellets. 6. in this state of evidence, specially the medical evidence, it is difficult to hold with any certainty that the occurrence had taken place in the way the prosecution witnesses allege. from the ..... medical evidence it is difficult to reach a firm conclusion that the defence version is altogether false. in these circumstances we do not find it .....

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Nov 13 1980 (SC)

Waman Rao and ors Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-13-1980

Reported in : (1981)2SCC362; [1981]2SCR1

..... is a matter on which we find ourselves ill-equipped to pronounce.66. coming to the two acts of 1976 by which the life of the lok sabha was extended, section 2 of the first of these acts, 30 of 1976, which was passed on february 16, 1976, provided that the period of ..... or essential features of the constitution or its basic structure and are valid and constitutional, being within the constituent power of the parliament.(2) section 5 of the constitution (first amendment) act 1951 introduced article 31b into the constitution which reads thus :'31b : x x x x x70. in keshvananda bharati 1973. suppl ..... wording of the constitution, unless it is interpreted in a very narrow and legalistic way. here is a definite intention in the constitution. this question of land reform is under article 31(2) and this clause tries to take it away from the purview of the courts and somehow article 14 is ..... a possible mischief arising out of this position was pointed out by justice benjamin cardozo in macpherson v. buick motor co. n.y. 382 [1916] by saying that precedents drawn from the days of travel by stage-coach do not fit the conditions of travel today. and alive to that possibility ..... away or abridges any of the rights conferred by, any provisions of this part.article 31a was amended, with the same degree of retrospective effect again, by the constitution (fourth amendment) act, 1955. two alterations, not substance-wise material, were made by the 4th amendment. the opening non-obstante clause which originally .....

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May 09 1980 (SC)

Sasanka Sekhar Maity and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-09-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC522; (1980)4SCC716; [1980]3SCR1209

..... orchards.... thus the expression 'agricultural land' is wide enough to include an orchard. it is, therefore, futile to contend that an orchard as defined in section 14o(2) does not come within the definition of land in section 2(7). if such a construction were to be adopted, it would imply that there would be no ceiling on agricultural holdings in large tracts of land ..... . in such a case the effect is the same because under section 14m(2) the ceiling area of the raiyat is still 7.0 standard hectares. to our mind, these submissions are wholly unfounded.38. the definition of 'family' as contained in section 14k(c) of the act, is more realistic than the definitions of this term in similar laws for imposition of ceiling on agricultural ..... education or of any other object of general public utility. the term 'family' is defined in clause (c), and the expression 'irrigated area' in clause (d). the term 'orchard' is defined in clause (e) and the expression 'standard hectare' in clause (f). section 14l provides that, on and from ..... by a non-obstante clause. section 14k deals with the definition of the terms used in various sections. the expression 'ceiling area' as defined in clause (a) means the extent of land which a raiyat shall be entitled to own. the definition of 'charitable purpose' in clause (b) is an inclusive one and it includes relief of the poor, medical relief or the advancement of .....

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Oct 08 1980 (SC)

Commissioner of Sales Tax, State of Gujarat Vs. Union Medical Agency

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-08-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC1; (1981)1SCC51; [1981]1SCR870; [1981]47STC170(SC); 1981(13)LC107(SC)

..... be supported.9. the short question that falls for determination in the appeal is whether the expression 'registered dealer' in clause (ii) of section 8 of the act must bear the meaning that is assigned to it in section 2(25) which is the definition section, or the said expression is capable of bearing an enlarged meaning, in view of the subject and context in which it ..... business in spirit and alcohol, and was a dealer registered under section 22 of the act (hereinafter referred to as 'the assessee'). in the assessment year 1964-65, the corresponding accounting year of which ..... ) of section 61 of the bombay sales tax act, 1959 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'). by that judgment the high court answered the question referred in the affirmative and in favour of the assessed. the point involved is of considerable importance.6. the facts giving rise to the reference were these : messrs union medical agency, ahmedabad was, at all material times, carrying on .....

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Sep 23 1980 (SC)

Surendra Kumar Verma and ors. Vs. Central Government Industrial Tribun ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-23-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC422; 1980LabIC1292; (1981)ILLJ386SC; (1980)4SCC443; [1981]1SCR789; 1981(1)SLJ107(SC)

..... is not in continuous service...for a period of one year' with which present section 25b(2) so significantly begins, was equally significantly absent from old section 25b. of the same degree of significance was the circumstance that prior to act 36 of 1964 the expression 'continuous service' was separately defined by section 2(eee) as follows :-(eee) 'continuous service' means uninterrupted service, and includes service ..... the entire scope of these appeals. no question arises before us whether the termination of the services of the appellants amounts to 'retrenchment' within the meaning of section 2(oo) of the act. the respondent bank of india has apparently accepted the finding of the industrial tribunal-cum-labour court that the termination amounts to retrenchment. it has not preferred any ..... for a period of 12 calendar months it becomes unnecessary to examine whether the actual days of work numbered 240 days or more.act 36 of 1964 has drastically changed the position. section 2(eee) has been repealed and section 25b(2) now begins with the clause 'where a workman is not in continuous service...for a period of one year'. these changes ..... service for not less than one year under an employer shall be retrenched by that employer until certain conditions are fulfilled. section 25b 's marginal title is 'definition of continuous service'. to the extent that it is relevant section 25b(2) as it now reads is as follows :where a workman is not in continuous service...for a period of one year .....

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May 09 1980 (SC)

Miss. Nishi Maghu and ors. Vs. State of Jammu and Kashmir and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-09-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC1975; (1980)4SCC95; [1980]3SCR1253

..... the selection test.13. counsel for the petitioners in writ petitions 1556-57 of 1979 sought to make a point that the regulations framed by the indian medical council under the indian medical council act, 1956 do not contemplate interview as a selection device regulating admission of students. the position is not so clear from the affidavit filed on behalf of the ..... also lead to the development of human resources', it had therefore 'become necessary to provide equal opportunities to the permanent resident candidates of all parts of the state and all sections of society'. the order then lays down the following rules for admission until further orders, it is said, with the aforesaid object in view :(1) 50 per cent of ..... 'possessing outstanding proficiency in sports'.5. it is necessary to refer to two more orders. an order made on april 16, 1976 provides that 10 seats at the government medical college, jammu, shall be earmarked for girl students 'subject to enough girl students being found otherwise suitable'. the order also lays down the procedure to be followed by the ..... annexure to the order containing instructions concerning the 'identification of the persons claiming benefit' under clause 2 of the order and the 'procedure connected therewith'. the instructions define the different categories mentioned in clause (2). for the present purpose it will be necessary to refer to the definitions of 'areas adjoining actual line of control', 'bad pockets', and 'social castes'.areas adjoining .....

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May 08 1980 (SC)

State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Ata Mohd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-08-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC1785; (1980)3SCC614; [1980]3SCR1095; 1980(12)LC734(SC)

..... property abutting into the road. thus the property in question falls within the definition of the word 'street'. the question as to the nature of the right that vest in the municipality under section 116(g) of the uttar pradesh municipalities act will have to be considered. this court in municipal board, mangalur v. ..... provide lighting, watering and maintaining of ' public streets and places, the duties of the municipal boards are specified in section 7 of the u.p. municipalities act. under section 118 of the act, the municipal board is empowered to manage or control any property entrusted to its management and control. the vesting of the ..... in the municipality, under clause (g), the streets vest only qua streets and not as absolute property with the municipality. the word 'street' is defined under section 2(23) as follows:street means any road, bridge, footway, lane, square, court, alley or passage which the public or any portion of the public, has ..... on the ground (1) that it never leased out the land to defendant nor did the defendant, make the construction with the plaintiffs permission; (2) that the municipal board is not the owner of the land and has no interest in it and the municipal board did not, in fact, ..... and decree dated 25th august, 1065 passed by it in first appeal no. 27 1931, dismissing the suit filed by the state of uttar pradesh.2. the state of uttar pradesh filed suit no. 109 of 1949 in the court of civil judge, gorakhpur against the respondent ata mohd. for a .....

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