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Feb 06 1976 (HC)

Karumanchi Veerangaiah Vs. Katta Mark and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-06-1976

Reported in : 1976CriLJ1690

..... ramaswamy ayyangar (1941) 42 cri lj 48 (mad.) relied on by the learned magistrate is no authority for any proposition that no offence is committed under section 504. i.p.c. by the accused if he uses abusive language against the complainant. in that case there was a discussion between the accused bill ..... commit any offence having exercised self-control or having been subjected to abject terror by the offender, in judging whether particular abusive language is attracted by section 504, i.p.c. the court has to find out what, in the ordinary circumstances, would be the effect of the abusive language used and ..... it to be likely that such provocation will cause him to break the public peace or to commit any other offence, shall be punished.the section contemplates intentionally insulting a person and thereby provoking such person insulted to break the peace or intentionally insulting a person knowing it to be likely that ..... support of his case, the complainant examined himself as p.w. 1, the bench clerk of the magistrate's court as p.w. 2 and a student studying in the degree course in the college at bapatla as p.w. 3. the accused did not examine any witnesses on their behalf.4. the trial ..... on the file of the additional munsif-magistrate's court, bapatla is the appellant herein. the three accused who have been acquitted of a charge under section 504, i.p.c. are the respondents. there is a land dispute between the complainant and the accused. the complainant instituted a suit against the three .....

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Jul 20 1976 (HC)

The State of Haryana Vs. Redhey Shyam

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-20-1976

Reported in : 1977CriLJ528

..... for us to accept that he had received any such training which had given him sufficient proficiency to examine liquor and declare it to be so with definiteness. his contention to show experience of testing liquor by the length of his service is also equally unsatisfactory. it is not known from the record in ..... styled by the prosecution as an expert evidence cannot be accepted.9. the prosecution has failed to bring its case within the ambit of section 61 of the excise act. in spite of the fact that we do not agree with the conclusion of the learned trial magistrate on merits of the evidence we ..... report also does not show it. it means he did not take the temperature. from the rising of the mercury of the hydrometer set to a certain degree one cannot jump to a conclusion that the liquid he is testing is liquor. shri d. k palta did not state what type of hydrometer set ..... in its publication 'indian standard specification for ordinary denatured spirit' (is. 324-1959) in appendix b. clause 43 (at p. 13) it is contained 'b-2-1. the specific gravity may be determined by means of a pyrometer or a specific gravity bottle, or a special hydrometer, such as sikes' a and b hydrometers; ..... . jain, judicial magistrate 1st class, narnaul vide his judgment dated 21-6-1972. the state of haryana has challenged the order of acquittal through this appeal.2. the case of the prosecution is that on the night intervening 30th and 31st july, 1971, assistant sub-inspector sis ram of police station, ateli, district .....

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Sep 21 1976 (HC)

Electronics Corporation of India Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-21-1976

Reported in : (1977)IILLJ86AP

..... an appeal filed by a welfare officer appointed in accordance with the punjab welfare officers recruitment and conditions of service rules, 1952. these rules were framed under section 49(2) and 112 of the factories act, 1948 and are similar of rule 76a of the rules before us. under sub-rule (3) of rule 6 of the punjab welfare officers recruitment and conditions ..... adopted with certain amendments for the entire state and the hyderabad factories rules were superseded in 1960. they are now called as andhra pradesh factories rules, 1950. under section 49 of the factories act, provision is made for appointment of welfare officers and in every factory wherein 500 or more workers are ordinarily employed, the occupier shall employ in the factory such ..... senior executive officer in the scale of rs. 700-1,250 and that, in addition to his normal welfare duties, he had been designated as in-charge of the transport section and the estate management of the corporation, which duties were stated to be akin to the welfare activities of the employees of the petitioner-company. hence the proposal to designate ..... instant case, though the petitioner-company is not a statutory body in the sense explained by the supreme court in vaish degree college v. lakshmi narain 1976-ii l.l.j. 163; the welfare officer is given a statutory status by section 49 and by the statutory rules in rule 76a(4). there has been a violation of provisions of the statute, viz .....

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Feb 10 1976 (HC)

Balrej Singh Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-10-1976

Reported in : 1976CriLJ1471

..... corroboration provided the court comes to the conclusion that his evidence in honest, trustworthy and completely above board. evidence has to be weighed and not counted. according to section 134 of the evidence act no particular number of witnesses shall in any case be required for the proof of any fact. however, if the witness is not wholly reliable then the court ..... hanged by neck till he is dead and that this sentence is subject to confirmation by the high court. he also convicted him by the same judgment under section 27 of the arms act and sentenced him to undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years. the records of this case have been submitted by the sessions judge to this court for confirmation of ..... learned sessions judge held that the prosecution story against the appellant is proved and he convicted and sentenced him as mentioned above.8. dr. d. s. gill p.w. 1, medical officer, incharge civil hospital. muktsar, conducted the post-mortem examination on the dead body of jaswinder kaur at 3 p. m. on 28-5-1975. he found the following injuries ..... , indian penal code, and section 27 of the arms act. in his statement made under section 313, criminal procedure code, in the court of session, balraj singh admitted that shivraj singh and gurbaj singh are his real brothers, that he and his brothers performed the marriage of their sister about 2 1/2 years prior to the occurrence. he also admitted that gurbaj singh was living in .....

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Aug 11 1976 (HC)

Fakirappa and ors. Vs. Venkatesh and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-11-1976

Reported in : AIR1977Kant65; ILR1976KAR1750; 1976(2)KarLJ186

..... the defendants in this case. i am of the view that the observations made by the privy council in banga chandra v. jagat kishore, (air 1916 pc 110) would furnish true guidance with regard to the assessment of the evidence in cases of this nature. that was a case in which certain ..... its validity. it is only necessary that a representation should have been made to the purchaser that such necessity existed, and that he should have acted honestly and made proper enquiry to satisfy himself of its truth. the recital is clear evidence of the representation and, if the circumstances are such ..... been handed over to defendant-1 with the endorsements of discharge recorded on them by the mortgage. they also produced before the court exhibit-d-2 which was the certified copy of the registered mortgage deed dated 24-11-1930 and exhibit-d-3 which was the certified copy of the registered ..... was binding on the plaintiffs and accordingly made a decree in their favour. the lower appellate court has affirmed the said decree. hence, this second appeal.2. sri s. r. bannurmut, learned counsel for the appellants contended that the decision of the lower appellate court which proceeded on the basis that in ..... schedule property made by their father parashuram in favour of defendant-1 devendrappa was not binding on them and for partition and separate possession of their 2/3rds share in the suit property. their case was that the suit land belonged to the joint family consisting of their father parashuram and themselves .....

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Jul 29 1976 (HC)

N.V. Chinne Gowda Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-29-1976

Reported in : AIR1977Kant68; 1976(2)KarLJ176

..... difficulty of identification of the two portions of survey no. 4 of karkeswara village, which has vested in the state government under section 4 of the karnataka land reforms act. it is ordered accordingly.9. the parties are directed to bear their own costs.10. the learned government pleader is permitted ..... appear; he sent an application through his brother to the tribunal praying for adjournment on the ground of illness. the application was supported by a medical certificate. the tribunal received that application, but did not pass any order thereon. instead, it proceeded to examine the witnesses for both parties and ..... , c.j.1. this writ petition is directed against order dated 13-5-1975 made by the land tribunal, narasimharajapura taluk, under section 45 of the karnataka land reforms act, 1961, registering devamma hegdathi - respondent no. 3 as occupant of 6 acres 24 guntas of land in survey no. 4 of karkeswara ..... claim of the petitioner for registration of occupancy in respect of 2 acres 20 guntas out of 6 acres 24 guntas in the said survey number.2. respondent no. 3 devamma hegdathi made an application under section 45 of the land reforms act before the land tribunal for registration of occupancy in respect of ..... fixed for enquiry, the tribunal, in proceeding to examine the witnesses in the case in the absence of one of the parties, will be acting in clear violation of the rules of natural justice as the party, who is unable to attend the proceedings of the tribunal, will be denied .....

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Oct 15 1976 (HC)

The State Vs. Shantilal Chhaganlal Sareiya

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-15-1976

Reported in : (1978)80BOMLR1

..... 102 deals with 'non-sterile surgical ligature and suture'. a substance with the above name is thus clearly covered under the definition of 'drug' given in section 3(b) of the act.20. it was urged on behalf of the respondent that barbour's linen thread is used for other purposes as well. ..... the treatment, mitigation or prevention of disease in human beings or animals. therefore, simply because the prosecution cannot take advantage of the definition in sub-clause (ii) because the substance has not been specified by the central government by notification in the official gazette as being a drug for the purposes ..... design or device which makes any false claim for the drug or which is false or misleading in any particular. similarly, under section 17b(e)(ii) of the drugs act, a drug shall be deemed to be adulterated (or sub-standard) if any substance has been substituted wholly or in part therefor. ..... union between two neighbouring bones of the skull, or to the series of stitches by which a wound is closed'.11. if these meanings in medical terminology are given to the two words 'ligature' and 'suture', by which the substance stocked or exhibited for sale by the respondent is described, ..... the state pharmacopoeia of the union of soviet socialist republics shall be deemed to be prescribed pharmacopoeias for the purpose of the schedule to the act.(2) for drugs for which no standard of identity, purity and strength are specified in the latest edition of the british pharmacopoeia but are specified .....

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Oct 15 1976 (HC)

Miss Sathya Rao (Minor, Represented by Father and Guardian U.N.R. Rao) ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-15-1976

Reported in : (1977)2MLJ403

..... in the books on this subject are no guide; for they reveal as indeed one would expect, a wide diversity of judicial opinion, and they lay down no principle or definite standard by which reasonableness or unreasonableness may be tested.we have extracted in extenso from the said judgment since the above extract will cover practically all aspects of the matter ..... the word or set of words has been used. consequently we reach the conclusion that the syndicate had the power to prescribe the conditions in question even under section 36(1)(iv) of the act.21. the result is, on the first point urged before us, our conclusion is that the conditions prescribed by the syndicate while granting recognition to the examination ..... of the university? we have no hesitation whatever in holding that having regard to the regulations of the indian certificate of secondary education, the syndicate cannot be said to have acted unreasonably in prescribing the qualifications or imposing the conditions which it had done.28. we have already referred to the fact that it was contended on behalf of the petitioners ..... secondary school leaving certificate and section 36(2) refers to the pre-university examination, section 36(3) leaves the entire matter to the discretion of the syndicate itself by stating that a candidate should have passed the relevant examination prescribed by the syndicate for admission to a course of study' for admission to the examination for a particular professional degree and should have obtained .....

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May 06 1976 (SC)

R.C. Sharma Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-06-1976

Reported in : AIR1976SC2037; (1976)3SCC574; [1976]SuppSCR580; 1976(1)SLJ516(SC); 1976(8)LC576(SC)

..... the jurisdiction of that body depends. these principles govern not only the findings of inferior courts stricto sensu but also the findings of administrative bodies which are held to be acting in a judicial capacity. such bodies are deemed to have been invested with power to err within the limits of their jurisdiction; and provided that they keep within those limits ..... to determine.after citing a passage from halsbury's laws of england, 3rd edn. vol. 11, page 59, this court held (at p. 836) :the characteristic attribute of a judicial act or decision is that it binds, whether it be right or wrong. an error of law or fact committed by a judicial or quasi-judicial body cannot, in general, be ..... upto 30th april 1958, when he was prematurely retired. the appellant also claimed rs. 20,904/- as arrears of salary, but he reduced this claim to rs. 16,561.29.2. the appellant was originally appointed on 22nd november 1922, as lower division clerk, and, thereafter, promoted as income-tax inspector in 1942. he was promoted to the post of income .....

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Oct 15 1976 (HC)

K. Daniel Nadar and ors. Vs. R. Ananthan Pillai and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-15-1976

Reported in : (1978)1MLJ125

..... question, which was advisedly left undecided in the former suit, cannot be said to have been heard and finally decided within the meaning of section 13 (now section 11) of the code and they observed:so in the present case it may be that the district munsif ought to have forthwith granted a ..... been raised but also to have been directly and substantially involved in that suit. this would not have been however, enough for the purpose of section 11, civil procedure code, until the matter was presumed to have been decided. it therefore imported a further fiction that it should also be deemed to have ..... two decrees recording conflicting decisions on the question of status of a hindu family. in such a situation where both the decrees satisfy the requirements of section 11 of the civil procedure code, it is the later decree that prevails over the earlier for the purpose of decreeing the question of res judicata. the ..... is of an inferior court, is incorrect.17. the effect of earlier and later adjudications were considered is seshayya garu v. rajah of bittapur : (1916)31mlj219 , the learned judges have observed in that decision at page 220 thus:there has been a previous adjudication in 1895 between the same parties by a ..... 13-11-1097 m.e., the then minor defendants 1 and 2 were represented by their father which would not have been the case if these defendants and raman pillai were undivided members of a thavazhi and raman pillai would have acted as their guardian if he was the karnavan of any such .....

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