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Sep 08 1989 (HC)

Dr. Neeta Sharma and Others Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-08-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All93; (1990)1UPLBEC324

..... orderu. c. srivastava, j.1. by means of these writ petitions, the petitioners have prayed for their selection in the diploma courses in various specialities in g.s.v.m. medical college, kanpur.2. in writ petition no. 5502 of 1989, dr. . ajai kumar has prayed for admission in the diploma course in paediatrics department. in writ petition no. 5864 of 1989, ..... and we have heard learned counsel for the parties.6. the claim of these petitioners is that they have done housemanship in accordance with rules and directions issued by the medical council of india and those who have been admitted have not done at least six months housemanship in the department of paediatrics and yet they have been admitted. similar ..... for admission to the degree courses and diploma courses, the candidates must have done one year housemanship in the same subject or at least six months in the same subject and the remaining six months in an allied department. in the recommendations made by the medical council of india, which have been approved by section 33 of the indian medical council act, criteria for the ..... must have worked as a full-time postgraduate student in a manner equivalent to housemanship requirements, in the department concerned before taking up the postgraduate, courses.or (ii) worked in state medical services, armed forces medical services or other equivalent services of public undertakings, local bodies, etc. for a period of three years after full registration provided that one year of these three .....

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Jul 26 1989 (HC)

NaraIn Pasi and ors. Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-26-1989

Reported in : 1989CriLJ2552

..... articles. in our considered view, there is no conflict between cl (3) of article 20 and legitimate exercise of power under section 167(2), cr. p.c. or section 27 of the evidence act the correct approach, in our opinion, is that recommended by the division bench in the case of suresh (supra), namely, ..... kathikalu (supra) is that if so compulsion is used, a statement leading to the discovery of incriminating articles would be admissible under section 27 of the evidence act. in the same case it has also been held that the mere fact that the accused was at the time in the custody ..... of the supreme court in the case of the state of bombay v. kathikalu ogaih : 1961crilj856 in which their lordships have ruled that section 27 of the evidence act does not infringe article 20(3) if the self-incriminatory information is given by the accused without compulsion. the consistent view of the ..... of the police under section 167(2), cr. p.c. subject to the following safeguards:(i) the applicants shall be medically examined before being remanded to the police custody and immediately after their return from such custody to judicial custody.(ii) during their custody the police shall not adopt any third degree methods, whether physical ..... 9-1-1989. an f.i.r. was lodged in connection therewith and the applicants were named therein. in connection with a case under section 60 excise act the applicants were arrested on 17-1-1989 and lodged in the district jail, ghazipur. in pursuance of a 'b' warrant issued by the .....

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Dec 22 1989 (HC)

Rajnish Kumar and Another Vs. the District Judge, Pilibhit and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-22-1989

Reported in : AIR1991All25

..... on the mortgage. in the third case it was, inter alia, held that in a regular suit filed under the provisions of the specific relief act only that person might be impleaded as a defendant against whom relief was claimed by the plaintiff.3. the principles decided in the aforesaid three decisions ..... based on the relationship between the peiitioners and respondent no. 2 as that of licensor and licensee, the revisional court acted wrongly in deciding that respondents nos. 3, 4 and 5 should be impleaded as defendants in the suit. in support of ..... 4 and 5 as defendants in the suit. it is this order of the revisional court (annexure 3) which is under challenge in this writ petition.2. learned counsel appearing for the petitioners submitted that petitioners as plaintiffs had the right to choose who the defendant should be and that their suit being simply ..... on the ground that the suit filed by the petitioners was primarily based on the assertion of the petitioners that the relationship between them and respondent no. 2 was that of licensor and licensee and that, therefore, the suit could not be treated as a title suit. respondents nos. 3, 4 and 5 ..... petitioners from whom he had taken a loan of rs. 300/- had obtained the sale deed from him by fraud and undue influence. respondent no. 2 also denied that he was living in the disputed premises as a licensee under the petitioners. during the pendency of the suit respondents nos. 3, 4 .....

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Dec 13 1989 (HC)

The Oriental Fire and General Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Smt. Shakuntala D ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-13-1989

Reported in : II(1990)ACC359; 1991ACJ177; AIR1991All48

..... mean that the limit of the liability with regard to the third party risk becomes unlimited or higher than the statutory liability fixed under sub-section (2) of section 95 of the act. for this purpose a specific agreement has to be arrived at between the owner and the insurance company and separate premium has to be ..... to transact the business of an insurer, and (b) insures the person of classes of persons specified in the policy to the extent specified in sub-sec. (2) - (i) against any liability which may be incurred by him in respect of the death of or bodily injury to any person or damage to ..... comprehensive and the appellant was liable to pay the compensation. the learned judge had not discussed the evidence on record nor had considered sections 95 and 96 of the act. issue no. 2 was not even happily worded. in paragraph 17 of the written statement, the insurance company had claimed that it was not liable ..... the requirements of the motor vehicles act, 1939. limit of the amount of the company's liability u/s. ii-1(ii) in respect of any one claim or series of claims arising out of one event: rs. 50,000.' 14. section ii-l(i) has been incorporated at the end, s. ii to the insurance policy (ext. ..... for the damages under section 95, sub-sec.(l) clause(b) and sub-clause (i) of the act. this portion too was not properly quoted in the .....

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Nov 23 1989 (HC)

A.C. Datt Vs. Rajiv Gandhi and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-23-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All38

..... no case upon which the petitioner as an advocate signs the memoranda shall be entertained in this court. this is a direction for the registrar, the taxing and the reporting section is to be informed immediately.16. let the filing of such cases, in the circumstance, not become a precedent. this case the petitioner could have filed five years ago, but ..... and exercise its power to protect attacks on the constitution and the laws of the nation or on challenge to a state action against specific grievances of unconstitutional and illegal acts.9. this court will meet the petitioner's submissions.10. the election is conducted according to the rules of the game. there is a complete code by which the programme ..... and the judicial institutions will have to respect; a discipline which must be adhered to notwithstanding whether it is written in the constitution or has or will evolve by convention.2. the petitioner is an advocate of thehigh court and has presented the writ peti-tion in person. no court-fee has been paid onthe writ petition as, the petitioner has .....

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Nov 17 1989 (HC)

Dr. Lavelina Chawla and Etc Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-17-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All179

..... class consists of those who obtained their admission through other competitive test in the mbbsclasses-and after being transferred from some other university or from other state for obtaining the degree of the mbbs course joins kgmc, lucknow. there exists intelligible differentia between those two classes in as much as; both these classes of persons are not similarly situated. clause iv ..... ofmbbs is open to certain categories of personsincluding those who were students in the saiduniversity. thus they are given preferentialtreatment by reserving certain seats for them.in some of the medical colleges outside thestate admissions into the mbbs course are made after charging high capitation fees. post-graduate education in professional courses are of high academic standard and if any state ..... , contained in annexure 11 is thus intra vires and is not hit by arts. 14 and 16 of the constitution of india. hence the petitioner cannot be granted relief no. 2 claimed in the writ petition so far as it relates to striking down clause iv(kha) of the government order dated 22nd aug., 1989 contained in annexure no. 11.(6 ..... nature of mandamus be issued to the opposite parties commanding them to strike down clause iv (kha) of the government order dated 22-8-1989 contained in annexure no. 11.(2) clause iv(kha) of the impugned government order stipulates that only those students of mbbs would be eligible for 75% quota, who had got admission into mbbs through cpmt examination .....

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Nov 15 1989 (HC)

Hajari Lal Vs. Siya Saran and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-15-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All73

..... hazari lat and siya saran & others, whereby the learned judge has held the document 52c, which is, indisputably, a copy of an award, to be inadmissible in evidence.2. under section 25 of the act only such decrees or orders are open to challenge which are made in any case decided. it cannot be gainsaid that any order which docs not adjudicate upon ..... order neither adjudicates upon any right or obligation of the parties in controversy nor affects any of their right or liability and as such it is not revisable under section 25 of the act. in any case, if there is any error, defect or irregularity in the impugned order adjudicating upon the admissibility of the document it will be upon to challenge ..... any right or obligation of theparties in controversy cannot amount to a case decided, which is a condition precedent for exercise of powers under section 25 of the act. in its decision, rendered in the central bank of india ltd. v. gokal chand, reported in air 1967 sc 799, the hon'ble supreme court has held that ..... order1. this revision under section 25 of the provincial small cause courts act, 1887, hereinafter called 'the act', is directed against the order dated 15th september, 1989, passed by the 1st additional district judge, banda, exercising the power of judge, small cause court, in suit no. 14 of .....

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Nov 15 1989 (HC)

New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Himmat Singh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-15-1989

Reported in : 1990ACJ986

..... was fractured and he has been permanently incapacitated. his claim for rs. 34,500/- was, therefore, put forward before the tribunal under section 110-a of the motor vehicles act.3. the petition was contested by the owner of the tempo and also by the assurance company. the tribunal on assessment of the ..... while computing the award of compensation the tribunal, however, granted a decree for rs. 17,500/- only. against a claim of rs. 4,000/- towards medical expenses only rs. 2,000/- has been awarded. similarly, against a claim of rs. 10,000/- for mental shock, pain and agony only rs. 5,000/- has been ..... travelling and medicine etc. apart from the doctor's fees. in the circumstances of the present case, therefore, the claim for rs. 4,000/-towards medical expenses could not be said to be excessive.5. admittedly, the claimant was a petty businessman and on account of prolonged treatment he must have neglected ..... the claimant remained under the treatment of as many as 4 doctors at different times including a plastic surgeon. he was under treatment in lucknow medical college as well as at allahabad and the fact that the treatment continued for a prolonged period it must have resulted in a large amount of ..... entitled to any compensation at all. since both these appeals arise out of the same award they can be conveniently disposed of by a common judgment.2. the fact about the accident and the injuries caused to the claimant are not seriously in dispute. the claimant was travelling along with his wife .....

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Nov 03 1989 (HC)

Union of India Vs. Sri Simon

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-03-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All74; [1990(60)FLR147]; (1990)3UPLBEC1866

..... did not inform about the delay in filing the appeal and it was after some time that the applicant per force was directed to file an application under section 5 of the limitation act along with an affidavit. learned counsel for the applicant further submitted that the applicant had to undergo various formalities in filing the appeal after the decision of the ..... a litigation like an individual as they have to rely on the working of their officers/ officials and their counsel as well. while disposing of an application under section 5 of the limitation act the court is only required to consider the sufficiency of the case taking into account the reasonable facts of the case. there is no doubt that the consideration ..... -9-1983 and the appeal was filed on 20-10-1983. later on it was found that the appeal was beyond-time and as such an application under section 5 of the limitation act for condonation of delay was filed on 31-10-1983. this application was supported by an affidavit. the application was, however, rejected vide order dt. 24-9-84 ..... for condonation of delay in filing appeal against the judgment and decree dated 5-8-1983 in suit no. 225 of 1983 decreeing the suit of the plaintiff opposite party.2. the facts in brief arc that the opposite party who was a mess worker in air force atagra filed suit no. 225 of 1983 for setting aside his order of .....

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Nov 03 1989 (HC)

M/S. Jhansi Concrete Products, Jhansi and Others Vs. State of U.P. and ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-03-1989

Reported in : AIR1990All53

..... line. as per allegations in the first information report the petitioners were guilty of theft of electricity making them liable to prosecution under ss. 39/40/44 of the electricity act.2. shri dharam pal singh, learned counsel for the petitioners contended that although a bare perusal of the first information report may disclose an'offence, yet if the other attending circumstances ..... . 226 of the constitution for quashing the investigation pursuant to the first information report giving rise to crime no. 245 of 1988 under ss. 30/40/44 of the electricity act, p.s. jhansi. as per allegations in the first information report, a flying squad of the electricity department on 22nd june, 1988, found the meter of the petitioners firm burnt ..... of rs. 450/- on account of burnt meter. annexure-5 to the writ petition is a letter dated 11-7-1988 from the s.d.o., electricity distribution sub division ii, jhansi to the executive engineer, electricity distribution division, jhansi, stating that on the deposit being made of rs. 450/- on 20th june, 1988, the electricity connection was made directly to ..... burnt anda request was made for direct connection to the factory till the replacement of the meter for which necessary charges as per rule were sought to be deposited. annexure-2 to the writ petition is a photostat copy of the receipt issued by the u.p. electricity board showing that the petitioners on 20th june, 1988 made a deposit of .....

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