Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: medical degrees act 1916 section 2 definitions Sorted by: old Year: 2009 Page 4 of about 1,346 results (0.344 seconds)

Feb 09 2009 (HC)

N. Obalaranga S/O H. Nagappa Vs. the United India Insurance Company Li ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-09-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)KCCR1288; 2009(4)AIRKarR13; AIR2009NOC1959

..... of haryana v. jasbir kaur : air2003sc3696 , the supreme court has observed as follows:7. it has to be kept in view that the tribunal constituted wider the act as provided in section 168 is required to make an award determining (lie amount of compensation which is to be in the real sense 'damages ' which in turn appears to it to ..... filed the claim petition briber the tribunal. the tribunal has awarded compensation under the following heads:a) rs. 25,000/- towards pain and sufferingb) rs. 27,000/- towards medical expensesc) rs. 2,800/- towards other expensesd) rs. 55,640/- towards loss of earning during (he period of treatmente) rs. 20,000/- towards his disability.it is further held that ..... the disabilities are classified as follows:a) visual impairmentb) locomotor/orthopaedic disabilityc) speech and hearing disabilityd) mental retardatione) multiple disabilitiesthe above are defined and categorised according to the degree or percentage of disability. minute details as to the manner in which the particular disabilities are to be assessed are provided. these include ready-reckoner tables and formulae for ..... to assess the disability suffered by an individual with reference to his particular avocation, geographical location, educational background, family conditions and such other factors. the evidence of a medical practitioners as regards the physical impairment is thus limited in scope, its consequence on the avocation or activity of a claimant are matters which are to be established at .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 09 2009 (HC)

Jayanta Mukherjee Vs. State of West Bengal and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-09-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ4178

..... . 140/2003, 182/2004 and 167/2004 dealt with cognizable offence and as such the police officer in terms of provision under section 2(c) read with section 154 of the code of criminal procedure is entitled to arrest a person without warrant and at the same time empower to investigate ..... member of the armed forces of the union while acting or purporting to act in the discharge of his official duty, except with the previous sanction of the central government.(3) the state government may, by notification, direct that the provisions of sub-section (2) shall apply to such class or category of ..... every offence committed by a public servant while engaged in the performance of his official duty, which is entitled to the protection of section 197(1), an act constituting an offence, directly and reasonably connected with his official duty will require sanction for prosecution under the said provision. as pointed out ..... specified number of persons falling within the ambit of the said definition. but in my view every public servant coming within the purview of section 21 of the indian penal code, cannot and does not fall within the ambit of section 197 of the code of criminal procedure. in order to come ..... person. the husband of the defacto complainant was removed to kharagpur hospital for medical treatment but he expired.5. initially a case being kharagpur (town) police case no. 183 dated 13-7-2004 was registered under sections 302/34 of the indian penal code but ultimately investigation was taken up by .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 09 2009 (HC)

T. Srinivasa Rao, Railway Contractor, Chinaganjam Vs. Union of India ( ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-09-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT724

..... from the arbitral tribunal by giving notice thereof in writing to both the parties of the arbitral proceedings, then the question of taking out necessary steps under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the act does not simply arise. similarly, if both parties have agreed in principle for terminating the mandate of the arbitrator/arbitral tribunal, then also the question of ..... to decide on the termination of the mandate before he can invoke the jurisdiction of the designate of the chief justice under section 11 of the act, requires to be dealt with. it is contended that section 2(1)(e) of the act defines the expression 'court' as meaning the `principal civil court of original jurisdiction in a district having jurisdiction to decide the ..... court, amended the cause title and impleaded the union of india as the 1st respondent. hence, this objection need not detain us any further]. (2) application moved under section 11 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 for appointment of an independent arbitrator, without following the procedure provided in the contract, by terminating the mandate of the arbitral tribunal already constituted ..... there being any justifiable cause or reason and for failure to act with the necessary promptness and urgency.9. however, the objection raised on behalf of the respondents by sri rajeev reddy, that this court has no jurisdiction to deal with the present situation and that under sub-section (2) of section 14, the applicant is required to apply to the `court' .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 09 2009 (HC)

Addanki Hanumantha Rao and ors. Vs. Addanki Srinivasa Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-09-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT415

..... and definite time to the caveators to appear and also to oppose the interlocutory application intended to be moved by the plaintiffs-applicants and the court should give a specified date for hearing of the interlocutory application. this duty of the court is clearly different and distinct from the duty of the parties described in sub-sections (2) and (4) of that section. the ..... lot more to be said against them in this case. the precise question that is now raised is whether the aforementioned failure of the court to act in accordance with the requirements of sub-section (3) of section 148-a is a failure relating to its jurisdiction or merely its procedure. if it is a jurisdictional fault, the order passed by the court ..... order affecting the caveator. the learned division bench in fact at paras 5, 6, 7 and 11 observed : by the civil p.c. amendment act 1976 provision was made to lodge a caveat by insertion of section 148-a, which reads as follows:right to lodge a caveat:(1) where an application is expected to be made, or has been made, in ..... from the above two meanings taken out from the two well known legal dictionaries is the fact that none of these standard works puts the caveat so high as to act as a fetter on the exercise of power by the court. in other words, they do not say that any action taken by the court without giving prior notice to .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 09 2009 (HC)

A.P. Verma and ors. Vs. K. Dasaradhi Gupta and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-09-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT698

..... article 215 of the constitution remains intact but the jurisdiction power and authority to hear and decide the matters covered by sub-section (1) of section 14 of the act having been conferred on the administrative tribunals the jurisdiction of the high court to that extent has been taken away and ..... constitution remains intact but the jurisdiction power and authority to hear and decide the matters covered by sub-section (1) of section 14 of the act having been conferred on the administrative tribunals the jurisdiction of the high court to that extent has been taken away and hence ..... specifying the jurisdiction and powers, including the power to punish for contempt, being conferred on administrative tribunals constituted under article 323-a. section 17 of the act derives its legislative sanctity there from. the power of the high court to punish for contempt of itself under article 215 of the ..... articles..(15) it is thus clear that the constitution bench has not declared the provisions of article 323-a(2)(b) or article 323-b(3)(d) or section 17 of the. act ultra vires the constitution. the high court has, in its judgment under appeal, noted with emphasis the tribunal having ..... between the parties, either by an interlocutory order or final judgment, whether it is appealable under section 19 of the contempt of courts act, 1971. if not, what is the remedy of the person aggrieved.(ii) where such a decision on merits, is rendered by an interlocutory order of a learned single .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 10 2009 (HC)

Jasveer Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-10-2009

Reported in : RLW2009(3)Raj1945

..... the accused and the trial of the case is on the verge of its conclusion. even in the case of bailable offences, sub-section 2 of section 436 of cr.p.c. contemplates that where a person fails to comply with the conditions of bail bonds forfeited in pursuance of bail granted under ..... rendered by additional sessions judge no. i, kota, it is noticed that a criminal case has been pending against the petitioner for the offence under section 138 of negotiable instrument act in the court of judicial magistrate (first class), kota (south). it is also found that final arguments of both the parties were heard on ..... petitioner was ordered to be summoned through a warrant of arrest. the petitioner is not found to have substantiated the ground of his illness by any medical certificate. he has been evading his arrest and desires to seek anticipatory bail in a case which is pending trial before the court.,6. the pre ..... may, 2008 and judgment was to be pronounced on 16th may, 2008 but since then he has been absconding. i am afraid that the provisions of section 438 of cr.p.c. can be invoked by an accused already facing a trial of the case in the court. in the instant case, the ..... behalf of the applicant jasveer singh pertaining to criminal case no. 42/2007 registered in the offence under section 138 of negotiable instrument act which is pending in the court of judicial magistrate 1st class kota (south).2. heard the learned counsel for the petitioner as also the learned public prosecutor for the state and perused .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 10 2009 (HC)

Sri Vasantha Venugopala Swamy Vari Temple Rep. by Its Chairman Nuvvula ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-10-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)ALT743

..... the statute to conduct necessary enquiry and determine whether the petitioner is a landless poor person within the meaning of explanation to sub-section (2) of section 82 of the act. even where it is declared that the tenant is a landless poor person, it is always open to the respondents not to ..... of being ancestral pujaris of the temple. the appellants do not claim themselves to be the trustees of any trust as defined under section 2(18) of the act. no declaration regarding the existence or otherwise of a trust or that any particular property is the property of such trust which comes ..... refer to the exact date of hearing. it must, therefore, be taken that it is the duty of the court under section 148-a to give sufficiently reasonable and definite time to the caveators to appear and also to oppose the interlocutory application intended to be moved by the plaintiffs-applicants and ..... . sri v.v.l.n. sarma also placed strong reliance on the decision of the division bench of this court in innovative pharma surgicals v. pigeon medical devices pvt. ltd. and ors. (supra) wherein the learned division bench at paras 18, 21 and 24 observed as hereunder.so, it is clear ..... the learned counsel also placed strong reliance on the under noted decisions.(1) dhulabhai etc. v. state of m.p. and anr. : [1968]3scr662 ;(2) innovative pharma surgicals v. pigeon medical devices pvt. ltd. and ors. 2004 (4) ccc 427 (a.p.);(3) thirumala tirupati devasthanams and anr. v. thallappaka anantha charyulu and ors. .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 10 2009 (HC)

immadi Chetty Ravindra Vs. Sri Kamakshi Devi Sametha,

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-10-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT57

..... lessee, licensee or mortgagee of the institution or endowment.therefore, as per the second proviso to sub-section (2) of section 84 of the act, it is unambiguous that a person who is permitted to be in possession of the land of the religious institution or endowment by way of lease, license or ..... is disputing the title of the charitable or religious institution, he can file a suit. further, as per the second proviso to sub-section (2) of section 84, it is further clear that no suit as envisaged under sub-section (2) of section 84 shall be instituted by a person, who is let into the possession of the land, building or space or who is a ..... costs.'14. in the light of the different provisions of the act and the scheme of the act, whether bar imposed on jurisdiction of the civil courts under section 151 of the act aforesaid can be made applicable or not, may have to be gone into at the appropriate stage. no doubt, this question definitely can be agitated in an application for temporary injunction, since ..... to as 'the act' for the purpose of convenience). the learned counsel had taken this court through the elaborate grounds raised in the present civil revision petition filed under article 227 of the constitution of india and would maintain that though this order is an appealable order, the present revision petitioner, a non-party to the suit, can definitely maintain the civil .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 11 2009 (HC)

Rajendranagar Residents Welfare Association, Represented by Its Secret ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-11-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT669

..... scope of the existing suit as to which of the two wills has to prevail and in this view of the matter, the trial court is definitely justified in rejecting the application.24. further strong reliance also was placed on the decision in ramesh hiranand kundanmal v. the municipal corporation of greater bombay ..... as evolved by case law relating to disputes about property does not apply with full force; and(7) the rule laid down in section 43 of the specific relief act is not exactly a rule of res judicata. it is narrower in one sense and wider in another;17. in ramesh hirachand v. ..... court, in contradistinction to its inherent jurisdiction, or, in other words, of jurisdiction in the limited sense in which it is used in section 115 of the code;(2) that in a suit relating to property, in order that a person may be added as a party, he should have a direct ..... filed to vacate the interim stay granted by this court in c.r.p.m.p. no. 5882 of 2008 by vacate stay petitioner-respondent no. 2.2. sri n. ranga reddy, learned standing counsel representing visakhapatnam municipal corporation, the first respondent in the civil revision petition, entered appearance on behalf of the ..... had taken this court through the respective stands taken by the parties and further had taken this court through the findings recorded by the learned ii additional senior civil judge, visakhapatnam while dismissing the application aforesaid and would maintain that though the petitioner is not having direct interest, inasmuch as .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 12 2009 (HC)

Ch. Gopala Rao Vs. Southern Power Distribution Co. of A.P. Limited, Re ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-12-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT625; (2009)IIILLJ524AP

..... sentence passed in c.c. no. 7 of 2004 secured interim suspension of sentence of imprisonment imposed for the offences under sections 7, 13(1)(d) r/w.13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, vide order dated 18.04.2008 passed in crl.a.m.p. no. 741 of 2008. the order ..... and pay a fine of rs. 1,000/-, in default, to suffer simple imprisonment for three months for the offence under section 13(1)(d) r/w.13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, by judgment dated 08.04.2008 in c.c. no. 7 of 2004 on the file of the special judge ..... the criminal case against the petitioner went on trail and ultimately, the petitioner came to be convicted for the offences under section 7 and 13(1)(d) r/w.13(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, and sentenced to suffer rigorous imprisonment for one year and pay a fine of rs. 1,000/-, in ..... o.a., though the order of dismissal/removal/compulsory retirement was passed on his conviction on a criminal charge of corruption, misappropriation or of such similar acts, is against larger public interest. while the damage suffered by the delinquent government servant can be adequately compensated later, when final orders are passed setting aside ..... default, to suffer simple imprisonment for three months for the offence under section 7 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, and rigorous imprisonment for .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //