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Apr 25 1975 (HC)

Dr. Prakash Chandra Tiwari Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-25-1975

Reported in : AIR1976MP50

..... , were made under the act, rule 2 (ee) of these rules contains the definition of registered medical practitioner. this rule, as amended by notification dated 5th june 1972 and in so far as relevant, reads as follows:'2(ee) registered medical practitioner means a person- (i) holding a qualification granted by an authority specified or notified under section 3 of the indian medical degrees act, 1916 (7 of 1916), or specified in ..... council act, 1956 (102 ..... the schedules to the indian medical .....

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Oct 08 1975 (HC)

Dr. Lalit K. Sharma Vs. Principal and Controller S.M.S. Medical Colleg ...

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Oct-08-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Raj34; 1975()WLN577

..... at that. the further question is whether the impugned criteria laid down toy the non-petitioners nos. 1 and 2 are encroachment on the legislative sphere of the parliament. the parliament has enacted the indian medical council act and under section 33 of the act. the medical council has been empowered to frame regulations for achieving the objects for laying down uniform standards in the under ..... . degree of the university or of any other university recognised by the medical council of india for the purpose has been a house physician, house surgeon in a teaching hospital recognised by the university etc. or has ..... obtained the m.b.b.s. degree and full registration with the medical council not less than three academic years previously and has registered as a post-graduate student in the university at least two academic years previously. likewise the criteria ..... is premature at this stage.now the ordinance no. 278-b of the university of rajasthan hand book provides that no candidate shall be admitted to the examination for the degree of doctor of medicine or master of surgery unless he produces satisfactory evidence to the effect--that he after having obtained the m.b.b.s .....

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Dec 20 1975 (HC)

Aruna Mills Limited Vs. Industrial Tribunal and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-20-1975

Reported in : (1976)IILLJ49Guj

..... disablement benefit for temporary disablement or is under medical treatment for sickness or is absent from work as a result of illness duly certified in accordance with the regulations to arise out of the pregnancy or confinement rendering the employee unfit for work. sub-section (2) thereof provides that no notice of dismissal ..... the impugned order was passed by way of penalty, the tribunal construed the provisions of s. 73 of the act and the construction which the tribunal has put is as follows : 'section 73 puts restrictions on the power of the management to dismiss or discharge an employee during the period of sickness. ..... challenged before the tribunal. as we have come to the conclusion that the tribunal had not correctly interpreted the provisions of s. 73 of the act, the conclusion of the tribunal that the impugned order was bad and contrary to the said provisions cannot be sustained. the consequence is that the ..... that the impugned order is not by way of punishment. i am unable to subscribe to his view.' 4. now s. 73(1) of the act, so far relevant provides that no employer shall dismiss, discharge, or reduce or otherwise punish an employee during the period the employee is in receipt ..... effect. the respondent made an application no. 211 of 1971 to the labour court, ahmedabad under ss. 78 and 79 of the bombay industrial relations act, challenging the order, dated january 19, 1971 by which his services were terminated and contending that the said order was penal and not an order of .....

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Jan 30 1975 (HC)

Dr. L.K. Joshi Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-30-1975

Reported in : 1975(8)WLN166

..... . you cannot refuse to give effect to clear words simply because prima facie they seem to be limited by the heading of the schedule and the definition of the purpose of the schedule contained in the act. those are the rules which i intend to apply to this case as well as i can.in the madras case a.i.r. 1962 ..... hearing this contention was abandoned by learned counsel for the petitioner, i need not make any further reference to it.3. the writ petition has been opposed by the respondent section it is denied that the decision of the rajasthan public service commission conveyed in ex.7 was invalid or erroneous on any of the grounds taken by the petitioner. the ..... the following note:note : (1) necessary post-graduate qualification means a post-graduate degree or any other qualification recognised as equivalent by medical council of india or by the government of rajasthan.(2) post-graduate diploma will be equal to a pout-graduate degree in such subject in which such a degree is not awarded by any university.(3) public service commission may relax the ..... say is that use of the word ''note' below a provision in a statute is inartistic. one rarely comes across statutes where a section has a note below it. what it really has if anything in the section is to be clarified is an explanation or if its ambit is sought to be enlarged or restricted from what its language otherwise connotes .....

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Mar 18 1975 (HC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Sharanappa Malappa Sakhare

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-18-1975

Reported in : (1977)79BOMLR132

..... that he has1 exhibited a hostile animus, then only permission should be granted. a. witness who is unfavourable is not necessarily hostile because the very definition of a hostile witness indicates as one who from the manner in which he gives the evidence shows that he is not desirous of telling the truth ..... lips. in the interval of 10/15 minutes during which he was there nobody came to know how the woman got burnt.5. section 145 of the indian evidence act empowers the court in its discretion to permit the person who calls a witness to put any questions to him which might be put ..... it would be better if the questions actually put are also recorded in the note because they are a test of her credibility and the degree of her understanding.2. another rule of caution which has been time and again given by the various high courts is that although the child1 witness is competent ..... case papers on making the necessary entries in the register. he has made one important statement that a police constable is always present in the casualty medical office with the register known as medico-legal case register. according to this doctor, some women had brought the papers to his office (probably munna) ..... judge, with due respects, is highly erroneous.7. after dealing with the evidence of witnesses, his lordship said.8. this brings us now to the medical evidence which again is not free from some jumble or which does introduce an element of some reasonable doubt. the three doctors who treated the victim were .....

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Jan 06 1975 (HC)

Suresh Chandra Bal and ors. Vs. Niranjan Bal

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-06-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Ori161

..... was found that the appellant had in fact been adopted by the testator, but the adoption was invalid in law being in contravention of the provisions of section 9(2) of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act. in those suits two other questions were agitated, viz., whether the testator had made an earlier adoption of one prahallad and on the latter's death ..... condition of the patient continued to be critical and d. w. 8 was not willing to discharge him even on 8-8-1968. he, however, discharged him against is better medical opinion when kusha pradtan, a relation of the testator insisted on his removal on his own responsibility and made an endorsement to that effect on the reverse of the bed ..... was no facility for adequate treatment of his illness. there is no reason to discard the evidence of these two medical witnesses and in view of their testimony it is impossible to give credence to the evidence of p. ws. 1, 2 and 3 who say that the testator was in a sound state of body and mind at the time of ..... . 13. considering all the suspicious circumstances enumerated above and the medical evidence and scrutinising the entire evidence carefully, i must say that the evidence led by the legatee falls short of satisfying me, in the circumstances of this case, that the testator knew that the will which he executed was an act of his free will and mind, or that he had .....

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Mar 17 1975 (HC)

Arun Mills Ltd. Vs. Dr. Chandraprasad C. Trivedi

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-17-1975

Reported in : (1976)17GLR291

..... , if a person is employed in an industry to discharge his duties as a medical man, he would be a person doing a technical work for the said industry. in our opinion, therefore, he woulds quarely fall within the definition of the word workman given in section 2(s) of the act.11. we find that this particular view is taken by a division bench ..... is whether the claimant being a doctor serving the mill which is admittedly an industry as defined in clause (j) of section 2 of the act, falls within the definition of the word workman as given in clause (s) of section 2 of the act. this definition covers all persons including an apprentice employed in any industry to do any skilled or unskilled manual, supervisory, technical or clerical ..... before the learned judge of the labour court, it was contended on behalf of the mills that the claimant being a doctor, is not covered by the definition of workman given in section 2(2) of the act. according to the mills, therefore, the claimant is neither entitled to any dearness allowance nor to any bonus. so far as the claim of dearness allowance is ..... of assam; high court in bengal united tea co. ltd. v. ram labhaya, presiding officer, industrial tribunal, assam a.i.r. 1961 assam 30, wherein it is observed that the functions discharged by a medical officer includes .....

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May 01 1975 (HC)

Balwinder Kumar and ors. Vs. the Guru Nanak University, Amritsar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-01-1975

Reported in : AIR1976P& H169

..... they had admitted any such position. only the existing students of the panjab university who were transplanted to the respondent-university were protected by the proviso to section 5 (3) of the act and the petitioners definitely and admittedly do not come within the ambit of that proviso. on their own showing they had first joined the university in july or august, 1970 ..... clarified that the purported admission contained in para. 4 of the earlier written statement was made in view of the provisions of section 5(3) of the guru nanak university act lastly it has been averred that the prospectus of the medical college, amritsar for the year 1970-71 clearly stated that the university examinations were to be conducted in accordance with the ..... petitioner-examinees is the primary question which falls for determination in this civil writ petition admitted to a hearing by the full bench. 2. the facts are neither complicated nor in serious dispute. the eight petitioners joined the medical college, amritsar, in july-august, 1970, for the degree course of m. b. b. s. it is averred on their behalf that the government ..... medical college, amritsar, was originally affiliated to the panjab university but on the establishment of the guru nanak university in the year 1969, the said .....

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Jan 30 1975 (HC)

Suresh Singh Vs. the State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Patna

Decided on : Jan-30-1975

..... annexure 5) of the state government appointing dr. kailashpati yadav (respondent no. 5) as a resident surgical officer (thoracic surgery) in the p.w. medical college, patna. k.b.n. singh and sarwar ali. jj., observed in paragraph 15 that respondent no. 5 was not eligible for appointment as he ..... the appointing authority and has had at least one year's post-graduate training in a laboratory under (i) a government analyst appointed under the act or (ii) a chemical examiner or (iii) a fellow of the royal institute of chemistry of great britain (branch e) or (iv) the head ..... the provisions. this shows that it requires perfect knowledge in pharmacy and obviously it requires 'systematic instruction'. it may further be seen that clause (2) of rule 52 also requires trained instructions while discharging the duty. the said provision reads thus:"subject to the instructions of the controlling authority ..... chemicals. thus he has acquired sufficient knowledge in analysis of drugs and pharmaceuticals. i find him co-operative, intelligent and hard worker."annexure c (2) of the said supplementary affidavit is a similar certificate granted by the principal to shri m.k. alam (respondent no. 5), the relevant portion ..... under this section that the rules were framed by the central government. he referred to rule 49 which reads as under:"a person who is appointed an inspector under the act shall be a person who-(a) has a degree in pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry or a post-graduate degree in chemistry .....

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Feb 19 1975 (FN)

Drope Vs. Missouri

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-19-1975

..... 7. the report, in the form of a letter to petitioner's attorney, states that the psychiatrist examined petitioner on february 20, 1969. in a section entitled "past medical history," it describes petitioner as "markedly agitated and upset," noting that he "appeared to be cooperative in this examination, but he had difficulty in participating ..... , 406 u. s. 739 (1972); pate v. robinson, 383 u.s. at 383 u. s. 388 -389 (harlan, j., dissenting); weihofen, the definition of mental illness, 21 ohio st.l.j. 1 (1960). like the report itself, the motion for a continuance did not clearly suggest that petitioner's competence to stand ..... portion of his page 420 u. s. 181 trial. petitioners absence bears on the analysis in two ways: first, it was due to an act which suggests a rather substantial degree of mental instability contemporaneous with the trial, see pate v. robinson, 383 u.s. at 383 u. s. 389 (harlan, j., dissenting); ..... to assist in his own defense shall be tried, convicted or sentenced for the commission of an offense so long as the incapacity endures." section 552.020(2), see n 6, provides that a judge or magistrate shall, "upon his own motion or upon motion filed by the state or by ..... petitioner's suicide attempt created a sufficient doubt of his competence to stand trial to require further inquiry. pp. 420 u. s. 178 -181. 2. whatever the relationship between mental illness and incompetence to stand trial, in this case, the bearing of the former on the latter was sufficiently likely that .....

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