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Mar 16 2009 (HC)

B. Krishna Reddy S/O. Venkata Rami Reddy Vs. M.D. Sudheendra Rao S/O. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-16-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT26

..... shall' has been used in a mandatory sense. that has been pointed out by their lordships of the supreme court in jamatrai v. state of maharashtra : 1968crilj231 construing section 540, crl. p. code. that runs-any court may, at any stage of any enquiry, trial or other proceeding under this code, summon any person or a ..... declared void. we will have to remember further that the question has been raised by the appellant in order to contend that article 166 of the limitation act of 1908, prescribing a shorter period of limitation of thirty days from the date of the sale did not apply to him and that consequently the residuary ..... summons'. there is no provision in order xxi as to the manner of service of the notice under order xxi, rule 66 and hence order xlviii rule 2 will apply, which means that the provisions of order v relating to the manner of service will apply even to the notice issued under order xxi, rule ..... procedure prescribed elsewhere in the code cannot be made applicable to execution proceedings. but this contention of the learned counsel overlooks the provisions of order xlviii, rule 2 which says that 'all orders, notices and other documents required by this code to be given to or served on any person shall be served in the ..... orderp.s. narayana, j.1. this court on 27-2-2009 ordered urgent notice.2. sri k. rathangapani reddy, the learned counsel representing the 1st respondent/contesting respondent entered appearance.3. heard sri hanumantha rayudu, the learned counsel representing .....

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Mar 17 2009 (HC)

S. Safi Vs. Rehamath Jahan and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-17-2009

Reported in : AIR2009AP138

..... other creditor to whom the debtor may be indebted in the amount required by the act in the case of a petitioning creditor. section 19(1) prescribes that where an insolvency petition is admitted the court shall make an order fixing a date for hearing the petition. sub-section (2) provides that the court shall give notice of the order fixing the date for ..... his petition and that he need not be added as a party under the terms of order 1, rule 10, civil procedure code.8. the first proviso to sub-section (1) of section 75 of the act specifies that provided the high court for the purpose of satisfying itself that an order made in any appeal decided by the district court was according to law ..... that the creditor or the debtor, as the case may be, is entitled to present the petition. sub-section (2) enacts that the creditors shall have the right to question the debtor when he is examined as to his conduct, dealings and property. sub-section (3) is significant as it provides that the court shall, if sufficient cause is shown, grant time to ..... to whom notice is given as provided under section 19(2) are entitled to appear at the hearing of the petition and oppose the maintainability of the insolvency petition by a creditor or a debtor. they are entitled to adduce evidence and satisfy the court that the provisions of section 9 or 10 of the act are not complied with and that the insolvency .....

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Mar 18 2009 (HC)

The Divisional Manager, the New India Ass. Co. Ltd. Vs. Sasikumar and ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-18-2009

Reported in : (2009)5MLJ268

..... disability, rs. 1 lakh towards loss of matrimonial life and rs. 1 lakh for future medical expenses in an appeal.23. he further, relies on the decision regional director, e.s.i.corporation, trichur v. veeran kutty a.v. : (2002)iillj762ker , wherein, under employees' state insurance act, 1948, sections 2(15b), 19, 51 and 52a, a permanent total disablement due to occupational disease, the ..... sections 279 and 338 of the indian penal code and a fine of rs. 300/- has been imposed for the offence under ..... contra, ex.p.16, the judgment in s.t.c. no. 378 of 2003 passed by the learned judicial magistrate no. ii, cuddalore clearly goes to show that the accused sivakumar has been found guilty by the criminal court under sections 279 and 338 of the indian penal code and he has been imposed with a total fine of rs. 1,300 ..... quite evident that the accused sivakumar, s/o.palanivel sinnakatusahai, cuddalore taluk has been complained under sections 279 and 338 of the indian penal code in regard to the causing of hurt by driving or riding on a public way and causing grievous hurt by an act endangering life of personal safety of others and the accused has been found guilty under .....

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Mar 18 2009 (HC)

Reinz Talbros Limited Vs. Kostub Investments Limited and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-18-2009

Reported in : [2009]96SCL108(Delhi)

..... reason that the plea cannot be analyzed in vacuum and has to be considered in the facts and circumstances of the case. section 450(3) of the said act provides that the powers of the provisional liquidator may be limited or restricted by the company court while making his appointment. in ..... to be exercised by the official liquidator and this is apparent from the distinction between the sections 450 and 457 of the companies act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as the 'said act'). section 450 of the said act reads as under:450. appointment and powers of provisional liquidator.(1) at any time after ..... inter alia challenging the valuation report and seeking to keep in abeyance the auction of the assets of the company. however, learned company judge acted in pursuance to the report of the valuer and directed auction of the property in open court on 12.07.2007 and finalized the auction ..... even care to file a reply and subsequently the petition for winding up was admitted and an official liquidator was appointed as the provisional liquidator.2. the learned company judge in terms of the order dated 25.01.2007 directed valuation of the properties of the appellant.3. it is ..... the presentation of a winding up petition and before the making of a winding up order, the tribunal may appoint the official liquidator to be liquidator provisionally.(2) before appointing .....

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Mar 19 2009 (HC)

Smt. K. Vijaya Lakshmi, W/O. K. Srinivas, R/O. Markapur Vs. Government ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-19-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT544

..... respectively. since the name of the petitioner was not included in the said go, petitioner alleges that she filed an application under section 6 of the right to information act and in response thereto the first respondent under his proceedings letter no. 34200/cts. c1/2008-1 dated 11.11.2008 informed ..... a uniform service.20. thus, the criteria, which applies to the post of judicial member of cat as in k.d. batish's case 2006 (2) alt 58 (sc) would apply with equal rigor to the present case, especially when the same is applied by the supreme court in the case ..... , which is the appointing authority has also cited a decision in inspector general of police, police transpirt organisation, hyderabad v. v. venkateshwarulu : 2005(2)ald506 for the proposition that character and antecedents of the candidate are necessary to be verified by the appointing authority by exercising discretion after taking into consideration ..... above. learned government pleader has relied upon a recent decision of the supreme court in union of india v. kali dass batish and anr. 2006 (2) alt 58 (sc) and contended that the appointing authority found it not desirable to appoint the candidate especially to a very responsible and sensitive post ..... her name for appointment to the post of junior civil judge vide g.o.ms. no. 164 home (courts c1) department dated 23.10.2008.2. petitioner contends that in response to the notification of the year 2007 notifying 98 posts of junior civil judge for recruitment, she appeared as a .....

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Mar 19 2009 (HC)

Ghantasala Narasimha Rao Vs. the Chief Secretary to the Government, Go ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-19-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT34

..... i.e., muktakmiya jabbarmiya shaikh, the supreme court considered the definition of 'dangerous person' as defined in section 2(c) of the said act and drawn the distinction between 'law and order' and 'public order' in the following lines:it is the degree of disturbance and its impact upon the even tempo of life of ..... andhra pradesh : 2007(3)alt693 after referring to nearly 25 judgments of this court as well the apex court and the definition of 'bootlegger' as defined under section 2(b) of the act 1 of 1986 and placing strong reliance on the observation of the supreme court in rashidmiya v. police commissioner : [1989] ..... do not come within the ambit of 'bootlegger' as defined under section 2(b) of the act 1 of 1986 and no offence which was approved by the competent court under legal process has been continuously committed so as to attract the definition of 'bootlegger' and as such the order of detention cannot be ..... in any of his activities as such, which affect adversely, or are likely to affect adversely, the maintenance of public order.explanation to section 2(a) of the act reads asunder.for the purpose of this clause public order shall be deemed to have been affected adversely, or shall be deemed likely to ..... was quashed, which is not applicable to the detention order passed against the persons for his bootlegging activities. once the explanation to section 2(a) of the act 1 of 1986 brings into effect a legal fiction as to the adverse effect on 'public order', if any of the activities .....

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Mar 20 2009 (HC)

United India Insurance Company Limited Vs. G. Rajeshwar, S/O. G. Shank ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-20-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)ALT432

..... an agriculturist, died ina motor accident involving the vehicle owned by haryana roadways. his wife and minor son filed a claim petition under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (the act, for brevity), claiming rs. 10,00,000/-. mact awarded rs. 6,50,000/- for loss of pecuniary benefits taking into consideration ..... therefore, first respondent would be entitled to rs. 1,02,000/-.10. in addition to loss of income, first respondent would also be entitled to the medical expenses incurred by him. exs. a3 and a4 are the certificate/bills showing the expenditure incurred by the first respondent. on this head, a sum of ..... injuries. he was admitted at government hospital, nizamabad, for treatment. thereafter, he was shifted to osmania general hospital and again referred to nizams institute of medical sciences. alleging that he incurred rs. 80,000/- for treatment, he filed o.p.no.385 of 1996 on the file of the motor accident claims ..... .2 showing that first respondent suffered50% disability. considering the evidence on record learned tribunal held that accident occurred ..... first respondent examined himself as p.w.1. doctor who treated him was examined as p.w.2. exs.a1 to a7 were marked besides exs.c1 and c2. ex.a4 is the bunch of 15 medical bills. ex.a6 is insurance policy, and ex.c1 is the disability certificate issued by p.w .....

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Mar 20 2009 (HC)

The New India Assurance Company Limited Vs. Petlu Nagaratnam, W/O. Cha ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-20-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT423

..... insurance together with the policy described therein shall be deemed to have transferred in favour of the new owner of the vehicle with effect from the date of transfer. sub-section (2) requires the transferee to apply within fourteen days from the date of transfer to the insurer for making necessary changes in the certificate of insurance and the policy described therein ..... in his favour..... it is only in respect of third party risks that section 157 of the new act provides that the certificate of insurance together with the policy of insurance described therein 'shall be deemed to have been transferred in favour of the person to whom ..... the driver. he placed reliance on oriental insurance co. limited v. sunita rathi : air1997sc4228 .7. learned counsel for respondent nos. 1 to 4 (claimants) relied on section 157 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (the act, for brevity), and submits that when jeep was transferred to suri babu along with the vehicle, policy of insurance shall be deemed to have been transferred, and ..... of insurance covers other risks as well, e.g., damage caused to the vehicle of the insured himself, that would be a matter failing outside chapter xi of the new act and in realm of contract for which there must be an agreement between the insurer and the transferee, the former undertaking to cover the risk or damage to the vehicle .....

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Mar 24 2009 (FN)

Knowles Vs. Mirzayance

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-24-2009

..... guilty by reason of insanity (ngi) at his state-court murder trial. during the guilt phase, he sought to avoid a conviction for first-degree murder and instead obtain a second-degree murder verdict by presenting medical testimony that he was insane at the time of the crime and was, therefore, incapable of the necessary premeditation or deliberation. the jury nevertheless convicted ..... matter would cripple [mirzayance s] chances of convincing the jury later, during the sanity phase, that [mirzayance] nevertheless was incapable of knowing or understanding the nature and quality of his act and of distinguishing right from wrong at the time of the commission of the offense, cal. penal code 25(b), . .?????.?????.?????.?????. any remaining chance of securing an ngi verdict now ..... the insanity defense constituted deficient performance as it secured [n]o actual tactical advantage. id. , at 8. we granted certiorari, 554 u. s. ___ (2008). ii under the antiterrorism and effective death penalty act of 1996 (aedpa), 28 u. s. c. 2254(d)(1), a federal court may not grant a state prisoner s habeas application unless the relevant state-court ..... decision was contrary to, or involved an unreasonable application of, clearly established federal law, as determined by the supreme court of the united states. [ footnote 2 ] here, the relevant .....

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Mar 24 2009 (SC)

Ms. Ins. Malhotra Vs. Dr. A. Kriplani and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-24-2009

Reported in : 2009ACJ2284; 2009(2)AWC1734(SC); 2009(3)BomCR770; II(2009)CPJ18(SC); JT2009(4)SC266; (2009)8MLJ1484(SC); (2009)154PLR481; 2009(5)SCALE87; (2009)4SCC705; 2009(3)LHSC1471

..... , it is enough for the defendant to show that the standard of care and the skill attained was that of the ordinary competent medical practitioner exercising an ordinary degree of professional skill. the fact that a defendant charged with negligence acted in accord with the general and approved practice is enough to clear him of the charge. it is not necessary for every ..... of deceased priya malhotra placed on record of the commission by dr. a. kriplani with his evidence on affidavit would read as under:iii] microscopy - 1) kidneys (same histology in sections from the two bits) reveal advanced kidney disease in the end stage. most of the glomeruli are sclerosed/hyalinised and structurally obsolete. some of the few glomeruli not effected by ..... the appellant filed police complaint against the doctors of bombay hospital in azad maidan police station, bombay. in the year 1990, complaint was also filed before the maharashtra medical council.2.6 on 02.07.1992, written complaint was sent by post to the national consumer disputes redressal commission, which was registered as complaint no. 265 of 1992 against dr. a. ..... . ramamoorthy was out of station and in his absence dr. chaubal examined priya malhotra and prescribed to undergo several tests. priya malhotra was diagnosed as having koch's of abdomen.2.2 on 16/17.07.1989, dr. jain suspecting kidney problem referred priya malhotra to dr. a.kriplani, a nephrologist. on 18.07.1989, dr. a. kriplani informed appellant that priya .....

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