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Jan 12 2009 (HC)

Ajaya Kumar Dash Vs. State of Orissa and anr.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-12-2009

Reported in : (2009)107CALLT504(NULL)

..... quoting, which is as under:misconduct has been defined in black's law dictionary, sixth edition at page 999 thus: 'a transgression of some established and definite rule of action, a forbidden act, a dereliction from duty, unlawful behaviour, willful in character, improper or wrong behaviour, its, synonyms are misdemeanour, misdeed, misbehaviour, delinquency, impropriety, mismanagement, ..... 93) you remanded a lecturer in private c.t. college of rourkela to jail custody for 3 months.(xiii) in gr case no. 566/94 under section 392 ipc the accused was a relative of yours. the investigating officer has mentioned in his diary that you directed the i.o. to submit a final ..... , shyama and upendra who were accused of offences under section 147, 148, 307/149 ipc and section 25 and 27 of the arms act disallowing the prayer of the investigating officer to take them to police custody for further investigation. in the same case ..... to the accused patric narayan on 11.5.1994 on the ground that accused fired a pistol shot without any intention to kill the person and section 307 ipc was not attracted.(iv) in the above mentioned gr case no. 540/94 on 11.5.1994 you granted bail to two accused persons ..... that sushila devi, w/o. raju pal was suffering from t.b. and was advised rest. the medical certificate in the record did not support the ground for which the bail was granted by you.(ii) in g.r. case no. 620/94 on 10.5.1994 you rejected the bail petition of the .....

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Jan 19 2009 (HC)

Prafulla Kumar Mohanty Vs. National Insurance Co. Ltd. and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-19-2009

Reported in : 107(2009)CLT772

..... 41 of 2002. the said petition has been registered as rvwpet no. 71 of 2004. the present misc. case has been filed under section 5 read with section 14 of the limitation act praying to condone the delay in filing the review petition. according to the stamp reporter, there is a delay of 150 days. in ..... judgment was assailed by the insurance company in l.p.a. no. 41 of 2002. the division bench of this court after referring to the medical report and other evidences came to the conclusion that the claimant was able to walk and perform normal duties. he did not require assistance of any ..... leave petition no. 23158 of 2004, the petitioner has once again approached this court by filing a review petition under order 47, rule 1 read with section 114 of the code of civil procedure, inter alia, praying to review the judgment dated 24th may, 2004 passed by the division bench of this ..... of review petition would be an abuse of the process of the law.9. so far as application of section 14 of the limitation act is concerned, it would be prudent to refer to the said section, which reads as follows:14. exclusion of time of proceeding bona fide in court without jurisdiction.-(1) in ..... period spent in pursuing the special leave petition should be excluded.2. after receiving notice, opposite party-insurance company filed a counter affidavit repudiating the averments made in the misc. case and taking a positive stand that section 14 of the limitation act will not be applicable to a case where the matter was .....

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Feb 19 2009 (HC)

Orissa Private Law College Teachers' Association represented through I ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Feb-19-2009

Reported in : 2009(I)OLR710

..... of paucity of funds could not be a reason for discrimination.13. though the petitioners have challenged the vires of the provision section 7-c (2) of the orissa education (amendment) act, 1994 in this case, we are not inclined to examine the vires of the same because of the reason that it ..... in respect of the following matters:(a) possibilities of introduction of entrance examination before admission into law course as is being done in case of medical/engineering.(b) change in mode of examination.(c) possibilities of periodical review of the performance of the law colleges and submission of reports and returns ..... imparting upasastri course or shri jagannath sanskrit university and madrasas imparting equivalent course.(d) colleges imparting courses for b.a., b.sc. or b.com degrees of the utkal, berhampur and sambalpur universities and shastri courses of shri jagannath sanskrit university.4. the further stand taken by the opposite party no. ..... there is no reason as to why the government would be reluctant to implement the recommendations made by such committee. so the provisions of section 7-c and the plea of paucity of funds shall not stand in the way of the government taking a positive decision on the recommendation ..... of the committee, since section 7-c(1) provides that the state government shall within the limits of its economic capacity, set apart a sum of money annually for .....

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Feb 25 2009 (HC)

Panua @ Pravat Kumar Chand Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Feb-25-2009

Reported in : 2009(I)OLR965

..... name co-accused bina @ manoranjan behera to have taken any role in her kidnapping. also, she alleged in her statement under section 164 of the cr.p.c. that the appellant raped her once only. she further alleged before the magistrate that the appellant threatened that in case she disclosed regarding ..... by the learned j.m.f.c, salipur under ext.12 is also not consistent with p. w.1 's testimony in court. in her previous statement under section 164 of the cr.p.c. the victim stated that she was kidnapped after she and her sister saw the immersion procession. in ext.12, the victim did not ..... on 01.10.2004 and on completion of investigation submitted charge-sheet against the appellant and the co-accused, showing co-accused bina @ manoranjan behera as absconder, under sections 365, 366 and 376 read with 34 of the i.p.c.3. appellant took the plea of denial and alleged false implication.4. in order to substantiate ..... passed by the learned ad hoc additional sessions judge, cuttack in s.t. case no. 317 of ,2005, the appellant has been convicted for commission of offences under sections 365, 366 and 376 of the i.p.c. he has been sentenced to undergo r.i. for three years and to pay a fine of rs. 1, ..... 1 to 14. p.ws.1, 4, 5, 6, 16 and 17 have already been introduced. p.w.7 and 13 are doctors who medically examined the appellant and the victim respectively. p.ws.2, 3, 8, 9,10, 12, 14 and 15 were witnesses to seizures. p.w. 12 happens to be a post-occurrence witness also.two .....

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Jul 29 2009 (HC)

Sri Debasis Panigrahi and Sri Satyajit Monanty Vs. State of Orissa and ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jul-29-2009

Reported in : 2009(II)OLR504

..... caused on different parts of her body, on examination of which by one dr. b.c. das, purportedly a retired professor of s.c.b. medical college and hospital, cuttack, has given some opinion. the allegations appears to be wild and baseless, when seen in the light of the fact that the ..... some anti-social elements and hard-core criminals are entering her house in the dead hours of the night and assaulting her regularly. there is no medical evidence to show any injury caused to her and the treatment if any, which has been given. instead, the complainant appears to have produced some ..... that all the injuries are bruises of different degree of severity and caused by hard blunt weapon of elongated size and the injuries cannot be self-inflicted because of their location and severity.11. on ..... to her in the dead hours of the night and that she was examined by one sri b.c. das, retired professor of s.c.b. medical college and hospital, cuttack, who examined 88 nos. of photograph of injuries on different parts of her body and seeing such photographs the doctor opined ..... , passed in icc no. 671 of 2005, taking cognizance against the petitioners for commission of offences under section 323 read with section 107/108 i.p.c. and section 29 of the police act.2. the factual background of the case is that the husband of the complainant (debakalyan mohanty), who was working as senior mining engineer, .....

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Sep 17 2009 (HC)

Jayanta Kumar Khamari Vs. Railway Board, Ministry of Railways, Govt. o ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Sep-17-2009

Reported in : 108(2009)CLT793

..... petitioner secured 38th rank in the merit list in civil engineering. the chief commissioner for persons with disabilities is an authority constituted under the provisions of the act. section 33 of the act provides that the appropriate government. in every establishment shall appoint such percentage of vacancies not less than three per cent for persons or class of persons with ..... physically handicapped candidate. it is further admitted in the counter that the petitioner was physically examined as per the relaxed norms for p.h. candidates & as per the medical report, he was fit only for specified vacancies reserved for physically impaired for appointment to engineering service categories. it is stated in the counter that since no post for ..... delhi (in short, 'commission') & secured rank c-38 & was recommended as such by the commission as a physically handicapped candidate. it appears that the petitioner appeared before the medical board which observed about the amputation of 4 fingers of right hand & recommended him for field work. the railway board, which was the nodal authority & authorized to allot successful candidates ..... disability of which one per cent shall be reserved for the persons suffering from:(i) blindness or low vision;(ii) hearing impairement;(iii) locomotor disability of cerebral palsy, in the posts identified for each disability.the proviso to section 33 of the act states that the appropriate government is at liberty to exempt any establishment from the provisions of this .....

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Nov 05 2009 (HC)

Rajeswari Mishra Vs. Sidhartha Pandit

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Nov-05-2009

Reported in : AIR2010Ori41

..... the appellant appeared in person and filed her written note of argument on the basis of which this case is disposed of after perusal of records.5. as per lexical definition 'epilepsy' is a chronic functional disease of the nervous system, manifested by recurring attacks of sudden insensibility or impairment of consciousness, commonly accompanied by peculiar convulsive seizures.though initially ..... of the judge, family court dated 21 -9-2001 in civil proceeding no. 85 of 1998 by which he annulled the marriage of the parties under section 12 of the hindu marriage act, 1955.2. sidhartha pandit, the husband (the respondent herein) filed the petition for annulment of the marriage on the ground that at the time of marriage the ..... section 4 of the special marriage act, 1954 were amended vide the marriage laws (amendment) act, 1976 so as to remove the doubts about the degree of lunacy. ever since the aforesaid amendment came into force, the central government have been receiving representations from eminent medical experts, jurists and members of parliament for omission of references to 'epilepsy' contained in the aforesaid acts ..... inform her parents, pursuant to which her mother came with medicines and her father came with all the prescriptions. the bunch of prescriptions starting from ext. 1 and 2 to 2/17 reveal that the petitioner was suffering from epilepsy and was subjected to recurrent attacks of epilepsy since her childhood and was under continuous treatment. surprisingly this witness .....

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Nov 11 2009 (HC)

Oriental Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. Gouranga Charan Behera and anr.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Nov-11-2009

Reported in : 109(2010)CLT71

..... a party to a case or claim, the question arises what are the defences available to it under the statute. the language employed in enacting sub-section (2) of section 149 of the act appears to be plain & simple & there is no ambiguity in it. it shows that when an insurer is impleaded & has been given notice ..... accident does not give rise to any adverse inference that no such motor accident occurred. the further contention of the learned counsel for the respondent no. 2 that the medical officer, who is duty bound to report medico-legal case to the police, has not reported the same & this circumstance also is adverse to ..... discharged from s.c.b. medical college hospital, cuttack, he was further treated as an indoor patient in paradeep port hospital up to 11.12.1990. the claimant having not been cured despite ..... wheel. in the said accident, the claimant-respondent sustained severe fracture injury on his both legs. from the spot, he was taken to s.c.b. medical college & hospital, cuttack for treatment, where he was admitted as an indoor patient. he remained there as an indoor patient till 4.9.1990. after being ..... first for immediate treatment instead of going to police station to lodge an f.i.r. in the hospital, it is the duty of the medical officer first to attend the injured & to report medico-legal case to police. there is nothing on record to show that any such step has been .....

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Jan 08 2009 (HC)

Swastik Agency and 2 ors. Vs. State Bank of India, MaIn Branch and 3 o ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-08-2009

Reported in : AIR2009Ori147; 107(2009)CLT250; 2009(II)OLR201

..... of their outstanding dues had been remitted to the petitioners. the petitioners did not accept the amount and returned the same to the bank. the recovery proceedings had definitely not been made complying with the statutory provisions. non-compliance of such statutory provisions tantamount to fundamental procedural defects which enables the court to set aside the confirmed sale ..... by itself suggest that any fraud has been done in holding the auction properly or involvement of any kind of fraud.35. in fcs software solutions ltd. v. la medical devices ltd. and ors. air 2008 scw 5284, the apex court considered a case where after confirmation of auction sale it was found that valuation of movable and ..... therefore, opposite party -bank issued a notice dated 24.5.2004 under section 13(2) of the securitisation and reconstruction .of the financial assets and enforcement of security interest act, 2002 (hereinafter called 'the act, 2002'). the bank issued another notice dated 8. 10.2004 under section 13(4) of the act, 2002 and appointed m/s. lalita chambers & constructions as bank's ..... (1) of the land acquisition act, 1894 also contains a similar provision. such provisions have consistently been held to be mandatory, (vide smt. laxmi devi v. state of orissa and ors. : air1990ori196 ; nutakki sesharatanam v. sub-collector, land acquisition, vijayawada and ors. : air1992sc131 ; and sanjeevanagar medical & health employees' co-operative housing society v. mohd. abdul wahab and ors. : [1996] .....

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Jan 12 2009 (HC)

Bamakanta Behera @ Sahu and anr. and Sri Sukadev Sahu and anr. Vs. Sta ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-12-2009

Reported in : 2009(I)OLR864

..... penal code (for short the 'i.p.c') as well as section 4 of the dowry prohibition act (for short the 'd.p. act'). on the consent and request of the parties the revisions were taken up for disposal at the stage of admission.2. bhadrak town p.s. case no. 34 of 2004, out of ..... . it appears that f.i.r. was lodged on 10.03.2004,. it further transpires that while under treatment the deceased died at s.c.b. medical college and hospital, cuttack on 13.03.2004. on completion of investigation, charge sheet was submitted against the two accused persons only. accordingly, trial commenced. ..... years of her marriage otherwise than under normal circumstances, after which the court shall presume that the accused had caused the dowry death. section 113b of the evidence act keeps the initial burden of the prosecution intact. it reads:when the question is whether a person has committed the dowry death of a ..... be kept in view while exercising the extraordinary power of summoning a person to face trial though he does not figure as an accused. sub-section (1) of section 319 of the cr.p.c. which confers jurisdiction to proceed in a trial against newly arrayed person reads:power to proceed against other ..... without considering other materials available on record.13. in rakesh and anr. (supra) it has been held that the word 'evidence' occurring in sub-section (1) of section 319 of the cr.p.c. is used in a comprehensive and broad sense which would also include the materials collected by the investigating officer and .....

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