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Feb 19 2009 (HC)

United India Insurance Company Limited. Vs. Manduru Lakshmi Devamma an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-19-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT396

..... made available to the owner of such report, forward the some to such claims tribunal and insurer.12. in view of sub-section (6) of section 158 of the act the officer incharge of the police station is enjoined to forward a copy of information / report regarding the accident to the tribunal ..... of the accidents and their heirs if the victims die. one such amendment has been introduced in the act by the aforesaid amendment act 54 of 1994, by substituting sub-section (6) of section 158, which provides:as soon as any information regarding any accident involving death or bodily injury to any ..... as prayed for.3. learned counsel for the appellant submits that when the accident occurred on 25.04.1983, the petition under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988, filed on 13.05.1997 is barred by limitation. per contra, learned counsel for the claimants submits that the right ..... : air1993sc1259 , and dhannalal v d.p. vijayvargiya : air1996sc2155 .4. the short question that requires consideration is whether a petition under section 166(1) of the new act would be maintainable claming damages for the death of person in a motor accident involving a motor vehicle insured by authorized insurer when the old ..... - cum - district judge, srikakulam, to decide the matter afresh. liberty is given to respondent nos. 1 and 2 (claimants) to file appropriate application under section 110-a(3) of the motor vehicles act, 1939, as it stood prior to amendment, and seek condonation of delay. there shall be no order as to .....

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Feb 19 2009 (HC)

Bhupathiraju Ravi Kumar Vs. Paluri Surya Prakasa Rao (Died) and 3 ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-19-2009

Reported in : 2009(3)ALT294

..... corroborated in material particulars, which justifies the court in assuming that a handwriting expert's opinion is unworthy of credit unless corroborated. the evidence act itself (section 3) tells us that 'a fact is said to be proved when, after considering the matters before it, the court either believes it to ..... by the testimony of an expert competent to compare the handwritings on a scientific basis. a third method is also provided by the evidence act in section 73. it is comparison by the court with the writing made in the presence of the court or admitted or proved to be the ..... not be a substitute for the opinion of the handwriting expert. the learned counsel made elaborate submissions relating to scope and ambit of section 45 of the act and also relied on certain decisions in this regard.5. per contra, sri m.s. ramachandra rao, the learned counsel representing contesting ..... expert and there need to no initial suspicion. but, on the facts of a particular case, a court may require corroboration of a varying degree. there can be no hard and fast rule, but nothing will justify the rejection of the opinion of an expert supported by unchallenged reasons ..... act, two direct methods of proving the handwriting of a person are:(a) by an admission of a person who wrote it;(b) by he evidence of some witness who saw it being written by that person.apart from these, there are some other methods of proving the handwriting by opinion. they are:1. by the evidence of handwriting expert (section 45).2 .....

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Feb 20 2009 (HC)

Centre of Medical and Sales Representatives' Union (North East Region) ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Feb-20-2009

Reported in : (2009)IIILLJ513Gau

..... industrial disputes act 1947 (14 of 1947), as in force for ..... :6.(2) the provisions of the ..... contended that when the act of 1947 came into force, the medical representatives were not treated as workmen and also did not fall within the definition of section 2 of the act of 1947, but after 1987 the medical representatives are very much treated as workmen in view of the provisions of section 6(2) of the spe act. for ready reference section 6(2) of the spe act is quoted herein below .....

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Feb 20 2009 (HC)

Bharati Vidyapeeth and ors. Vs. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha Univers ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-20-2009

Reported in : 158(2009)DLT176

..... to operate in respect of other institutions which fall within the definition of the expression 'institution' contained in section 3(l) of the act of 2007.64. so far as the so-called policy decision taken in the office of the principal secretary to the chief minister on 6.2.2007 is concerned, in my view the same cannot be sustained ..... as an outsider in our constitutional set up. moreover, it would be against national interest to admit in medical colleges or other institutions giving instruction in specialities, less meritorious students when more, meritorious students are available, simply because the former are permanent residents or residents for a ..... part of our founding faith and constitutional creed. the effort must, therefore, always be to select the best and most meritorious students for admission to technical institutions and medical colleges by providing equal opportunity to all citizens in the country and no citizen can legitimately, without serious detriment to the unity and integrity of the nation, be regarded ..... university on successful completion of courses/programmes. however, students who are enrolled with the institutions while they continue to be affiliated to another university will be examined and granted degree by the affiliating university on successful completion of the courses/programmes, which they are pursuing in the institutions. the ugc has therefore supported the stand of the petitioner.25 .....

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Feb 20 2009 (HC)

Sanjay Baburao Pathrale Vs. State of Maharashtra

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Feb-20-2009

Reported in : 2009CriLJ2165

..... after restoration of fluid level in her body. dr. paithankar, referred to the term resuscitate treatment which is indicated in the medical papers. the medical officer was not present through out recording of dying declaration is also a fact brought during course of his cross-examination. irrespective of ..... intravenous fluids were provided to her so as to maintain the fluid level in her body. this fact is also corroborated from the medical papers. the medical papers would show that after some time there was improvement in her physical condition owing to administration of medicines and supply of fluid ..... her to commit suicide as enumerated in the first part of section 498-a of the i.p.c.?(iii) whether it is proved beyond reasonable realm of doubt that by his wilful acts or omission, namely, high degree of matrimonial cruelty, the appellant abetted commission of the suicide ..... on her person. she was immediately rushed to primary health centre at majalgaon. the police station was telephonically informed about the incident. the medical officer then advised her to be immediately shifted to civil hospital, at beed. she was found to have received approximately 93% burns. she ..... scrutiny. they are parents of deceased vaishali. before marriage of deceased vaishali and the appellant, yadavendra (p.w.2) had retired from government service. he was suffering from lumber spondylosis. for medical reasons he was not supposed to undertake long distance journey. it was for such reason that his wife mangala .....

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Feb 20 2009 (HC)

Pullella Lakshminarayana and anr. Vs. Maddimsetti Mukteswara Rao and a ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-20-2009

Reported in : 2009(4)ALT567

..... occupation and in the course of evidence, first respondent-plaintiff sought to mark a document and the revision petitioners raised an objection that the said document requires registration under section 17 of the act and since it is an unregistered document, it cannot be admitted in evidence to prove the factum of the relationship of landlord and the tenant. the learned counsel ..... that an instrument chargeable with duty cannot be admitted in evidence by any person having authority to receive evidence if such instrument is not properly/duly stamped. section 36 of the stamp act further postulates that when an instrument is admitted in evidence, such admission shall not be called in question at any stage of the suit or proceeding on the ..... the document in question, instead of rejecting the same, since it is a compulsorily registerable document under section 17 of the indian registration act (for short 'the act'). the learned counsel also had taken this court through section 17 of the act and also section 49 of the act as well and further pointed to the contents of the document and would maintain that in the ..... document required by section 17 to be registered shall affect any immovable property comprised thereon and can be received as evidence unless it has been registered. the exception, however, is in the case of the document affecting immovable property, which can be received as evidence of contract in a suit for specific performance under chapter ii of specific relief act, 1877 or as .....

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Feb 23 2009 (SC)

State of Kerala and anr. Vs. Mahesh Kumar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-23-2009

Reported in : JT2009(3)SC424; 2009(3)SCALE86; (2009)3SCC654; 2009(3)SLJ27(SC); 2009(3)LC1401(SC)

..... decision of the government to introduce `direct payment system'. he also submitted that none of the aforesaid remaining 8 respondents have got their degrees registered under the travancore-cochin medical council (hereinafter referred to as the `medical council') as on 1.1.2000 which was an essential qualification and as such they are disqualified for the post of tutor as on ..... . as per g.o. (ms.) no. 255/84/hd dated 11.10.1984, the qualifications prescribed for the post of tutor in the government homeopathic medical college are as follows:1. a degree in homoeopathy from a recognized university in india or a recognized homoeopathic diploma with m.b.b.s. qualification or dip. n.i.h. awarded by the ..... national institute of homoeopathy, calcutta.2. permanent registration under the medical council.13. the central council of homoeopathy (minimum standards of education) regulations, 1983 provides for a minimum strength of teaching staff which was essential for a college offering degree course. on the other hand, rule 49 of the rules does not contemplate ..... homoeopathy central council act, 1973. section 15 thereof reads as follows:15. rights of persons possessing qualifications included in the second or the third schedule to be enrolled:(1) subject to the other provisions contained in this act, any medical qualification included in the second or the third schedule shall be sufficient qualification for enrolment on any state register of homoeopathy.(2) no person .....

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Feb 24 2009 (HC)

Smt. Bimla Devi Vs. State of H.P. and ors.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-24-2009

Reported in : AIR2009HP73

..... one was left untouched. it was held that the doctor concerned had acted most negligently. the court further held that negligence is a 'tort'. every doctor who enters into the medical profession has a duty to act with a reasonable degree of care and skill. this is what is known as 'implied undertaking ..... at no point of time the state acknowledged or accepted the liability. therefore the limitation would not be extended. the benefit of section 14 of the limitation act cannot be extended as the plaintiff had not filed any legal proceeding before any judicial authority.54. therefore, it cannot be said that ..... segment of the tube.there is clinical impression that tubal resection operations are more likely to fail when they are carried out the time of caesarean section than at any other time. the fact that they occasionally fail at any time has led many gynaecologists to replace the term 'sterilization' by ' ..... . the writ petition was filed in the high court claiming damages which was dismissed on 24th december, 1996 and accordingly after serving a notice under section 80, c. p. c, she filed the instant suit. she is poor and facing hardship in bringing up her children.24. however, during ..... the person holding the 'smoking gun'.the jurisprudential concept of negligence defies any precise definition. in current forensic speech, 'negligence has three meanings. they are: (i) a state of mind, in which it is opposed to intention; (ii) careless conduct; and (iii) the breach of a duty to take care that .....

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Feb 24 2009 (TRI)

K.J. Johnson Seniro Telecom Office Assistant (Retired) Pala, Kottayam ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam

Decided on : Feb-24-2009

..... of normal rent for two months and double the normal rent for the subsequent two months etc., is available only for specific grounds of children education or medical treatment and here in the case of the applicant the rules have been correctly applied. in so far as recovery towards the cooperative society is concerned, the ..... rent/penal rent, and dues to the co-operative bank. the applicant has filed rejoinder stating that rule 8 of the public premises (eviction and unauthorised occupants) act does not apply nor can the dues payable to the co-operative bank be treated as government dues for adjustment against the dcrg. 5. counsel for the ..... is permitted for a period of two months on payment of normal rent. vide govt. of india dir. of estate o.m. no. 1203/28/96-pol ii (vol i) dated 29th october 1997, provision exists for retention of accommodation for bonafide reasons, on payment of double the normal rent for a period of two months ..... break up of the above amount was rs. 72,751/-due to the departmental dues and rs. 72,751/- due to the bsnl employees co-operative bank. 2. wp(c) no.34894/05 was disposed of by order dated 19.09.2007 by the hon'ble high court wherein it was held inter-alia as under: ..... 3222/06 by an interim order and as such the respondents had disbursed the pension but the dearness relief was withheld (exhibit p-2(a) refers). along with exhibit p-2 (a), exhibit p-2(b) was also issued by the department which is a memo is stating that recovery was to be effected to the extent of .....

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Feb 25 2009 (SC)

Annamalai University Rep. by Registrar Vs. Secy. to Govt. Infn. and To ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-25-2009

Reported in : 2009(57)BLJR1022; JT2009(4)SC43; 2009(3)SCALE293; (2009)4SCC590; 2009(2)LC1022(SC)

..... the co-ordination and determination of standards in universities and for that purpose, to establish a university grants commission. its directions being binding on ignou, sub-section (2) of section 5 of the open university act would not make the legal position otherwise. reliance has been placed upon a decision of this court in indian express newspapers pvt. ltd. v. union of ..... sub-section (2) of section 5 of the open university act provides for a non-obstante clause. in any event, open university act being a later enactment and both statutes having been passed by the parliament, the provisions of open university act would prevail over the ugc act.v. in any view of the matter as from 1995 till 2005 several persons have received degrees issued ..... court in osmania university teachers association v. state of andhra pradesh and anr. : [1987]3scr949 , held as under:14. entry 25 list iii relating to education including technical education, medical education and universities has been made subject to the power of parliament to legislate under entries 63 to 66 of list i. entry 66 list i and entry 25 list ..... university act does not arise. 15. entry 66 of list i of the seventh schedule to the constitution of india reads thus:66. co-ordination and determination of standards in institutions for higher education or research and scientific and technical institutions.`education' is also in the concurrent list; entry 25 whereof reads as under:25. education, including technical education, medical .....

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