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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: medical degrees act 1916 section 2 definitions Year: 1980 Page 12 of about 431 results (0.255 seconds)

Aug 05 1980 (HC)

The State Vs. Rajkumar Satthi and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-05-1980

Reported in : 1980CriLJ1355

..... would have used the word 'or' before 'such other matters of aggravation.' neither of the learned judges held that a magistrate can act under section 323 cr.p.c. and commit the accused to the court of session when he merely opines that he might not be able to award adequate ..... unless the magistrate is competent to try the case and is of opinion that he can himself pass an adequate sentence if the accused is convicted. (2) xxx xxx xxx section 325 : (1) whenever a magistrate is of opinion, after hearing the evidence for the prosecution and the accused, that the accused is guilty, ..... of aggravation.' 26. it may be noticed that the learned judge contemplated the existence of the three factors : (1) nature and gravity of the offence, (2) punishment to be met and (3) such other matters of aggravation, cumulatively by the use of the word 'and' and not alternatively in which case he ..... . 54 of 1979 on the file of his court requesting that the committal of the case made by the iv metropolitan magistrate, hyderabad, may be quashed. 2. the facts leading up to the reference are : the inspector of police, chikkadapalli, hyderabad, filed a charge-sheet against three accused alleging that they participated in ..... he may record the opinion and submit his proceedings, and forward the accused, to the chief judicial magistrate to whom he is subordinate. (2) when more accused than one are being tried together, xx xx xx (3) the chief judicial magistrate to whom the proceedings are submitted .....

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Oct 28 1980 (HC)

Needle Industries Ltd. by Secretary and Prohibition Officer vs. the Ad ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-28-1980

Reported in : (1986)ILLJ408Mad

..... the list of employees. therefore, according to the learned judge, such a case would not fall under s. 41 of the act. consequently the order was quashed. this case definitely supports the petitioner to a greater extent.22. now i will move on to the lakshmi vilas bank ltd., karur v. l ..... the language employed in s. 41(1) only a premature termination of the services of an employee could be brought within the scope of that section, thereby meaning a premature termination as the termination of the services of an employee prior to the period fixed in a contract of service, if ..... government was competent to refer the dispute to the labour court."one important fact which cannot be lost sight of is, s. 2-a of the industrial disputes act is comprehensively worded as to include 'or otherwise terminate the services of an individual workman". normally in the context in which this phraseology ..... the age. the concerned employee instead of producing the school records as required by the bank produced the medical certificate and horoscope in support of the age. the bank did not accept the medical certificate and horoscope. subsequently the bank on the basis of the age given by him at the ..... resignation from the services of our company. your resignation has been accepted and in view of your special request we are pleased to enclose herewith cash rs. 2,960/- representing two months' salary for notice period."thereafter, the accounts were settled as under :"dr. account no. 101 date 12th january, 1979pay mr .....

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Oct 01 1980 (HC)

Sahney Kirkwood Private Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-01-1980

Reported in : 1991(34)LC406(Bombay)

..... of the petitioners are not of much relevance and are not applicable to the facts of our case. in our case, section 2 of the mica labour welfare fund act, 1946 is the charging section. the levy of cress is on export of 'mica in whatever state'. we should not confuse the issue by trying ..... as mica. in any event, micanite aptly falls within the meaning of the words 'mica in whatever state' as contained in section 2 of the mica mines labour welfare fund act and it is for the petitioners to conclusively show that micanite is not mica in whatever state. the respondents also point out that ..... . 1978 and have taken certain preliminary objections to the maintainability of the petition on merits the respondents rely upon the wordings of section 2 of the mica mines labour welfare fund act, 1946. they submit that micanite has all along been treated as a form or a shape or a sort of mica and ..... brussels tariff nomenclature under heading no. 25.26 thereof. from the said nomenclature, it is evident that micanite is only a built-up mica and is definitely a sort or a shape of mica itself. micanite has also been classified as a manufactured mica in the commodity study report on fabricated and manufactured ..... micas which are a series of silicate minerals characterized physically by a perfect basal cleavage; they yield, with ease, thin tough famines that have a high degree of flexibility. splittings with uniform thickness of 1.0 to 0.1 mm are readily obtainable.16. all micas crystallize in the form of flat, .....

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Mar 31 1980 (HC)

H.M.M. Limited Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-31-1980

Reported in : 1980CENCUS340D

..... -manufacture charges from its ambit. the exclusion of transportation costs, where the value is determined with reference to the price at a place other than the place of removal-sub-section (2)-also indicates that the basic concept is still the same as before. apart from the introduction of the concept of 'related parsons' to get over a situation like that in ..... is valid and fully operative in law.24. on the above basis, there is no controversy before us that the selling agents are 'related persons' within the meaning of the definition. mr. gulati, however, has drawn our attention to the evidence led before the authorities, which remained uncontradicted, that after october 1975 there were no sub-distributors appointed by the petitioner ..... implication, or, in other words, beyond the immediate scope and object of the statute. in all general matters outside those limits the law remains undisturbed. it is in the last degree improbable that the legislature would overthrow fundamental principles, infringe rights, or depart from the general system of law, without expressing its intention with irresistible clearness....'this passage from maxwell was ..... in unit containers and ordinarily intended forsale...'. excise duty is livable on them ad valorem on the assessable value determined under section 4 of the act. the duty livable was 10% on the said value from 1.3.1969 to 28.2.1978. from 1.3.1978, a special duty of 5% was added thereto. however, with effect from 1.3.79 the .....

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Oct 01 1980 (HC)

Union of India Vs. Amrik Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-01-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H87

..... come into existence near this land prior to the date of notification under section 4 of the act. there is a degree college and central school canal near pulsudhar (a bridge on the sirhind canal near village sudhar) which is at a distance of about 1 1 ..... site plan exhibit aw 4/1 and pritam singh qanungo rw 1. according to aw 2 joginder singh, halwara is a big village and there is a cinema-hall at a distance of about two furlongs from the acquired land and a marketing center had also ..... road and there is a huge shopping centre at pulsudhar.'11. this conclusion of the lower court is fully supported by the evidence of aw 1 malkiat singh and aw 2 joginder singh claimants, aw 3 bikram singh patwari, who has produced and proved the site plan exhibit a-1, aw 4 gurdev singh patwari halqa halwara, who has proved the ..... to a material extent responsible for the delay, for the damages suffered by him in consequence of the delay. (2) the provision of part iii of this act shall apply, so far as may be to the determination of the compensation payable under this section.' 7. thus it is apparent that s. 48-a reproduced above has been added only by way of .....

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Sep 09 1980 (HC)

Rajkot Lodhika Sahakari Kharid Vechan Sangh Ltd. and ors. Vs. State of ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Sep-09-1980

Reported in : (1980)2GLR376

..... satisfaction is not an incidental and supplementary matter. therefore, on a close reading of clause (j) of sub-section (2) of section 3, though the list of 'incidental and supplementary matters' can be expanded, degree of satisfaction which is not an incidental and supplementary matter cannot be contracted or whittled down. therefore, though by virtue of the in elusive character of 'incidental ..... it was a case under u.p. municipalities act, 1916. he has relied upon this decision to make good the proposition that even if a bye-law could not be justified under particular matters specified in sub-section (2) of section 298 of that act, they could be justified under the general power conferred under sub-section (1) of section 298. it that behalf, it has been ..... agent.there is no doubt about the fact that the petitioner no. 1 which is a federal cooperative society of groundnut growers is a 'dealer' within the meaning of this definition. it may not be purchasing groundnut seeds. however, it is selling groundnut oil. mr. patel has argued that it has been selling on behalf of the farmers. in ..... a given proposition or an alleged fact upon grounds insufficient to constitute positive knowledge, or partial assurance without positive knowledge or absolute certainty. in what may be termed its stronger degrees, expressing something akin to positive assurance rather than mere opinion, 'belief has been defined as assurance gained by evidence and from other persons, conviction of assurance of the .....

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Feb 28 1980 (HC)

Dr. AmIn Prakash V. ors. Vs. State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-28-1980

Reported in : (1981)22GLR41

..... and, therefore, mean ; nothing more than imparting of post-graduate medical education after a student is admitted and prescribing the passing standards for the postgraduate medical degree. we are, therefore, of the opinion that these two expressions used in sub-section (1) of section 20 of the medical council act, 1956 do not embrace within their sweep selection of students for admission ..... other words, the validity of state legislation would depend upon whether it prejudicially affects co-ordination and determination of standards, but not upon the existence of some definite union legislation directed to achieve that purpose. if there be union legislation in respect of co-ordination and determination of standards, that would have paramountcy over the ..... with matters incidental to the constitution of post-graduate committee. this sub-section confers upon the medical council substantive power in respect of two matters: (i) prescription of standards of postgraduate medical education, and (ii) securing uniform standards for post-graduate medical education throughout india. section 33 confers upon the medical council power to make regulations. it specifies matters which are incorporated in ..... it was ultra vires entry 66 in the union list. it was also challenged on the ground that it was ultra vires certain provisions of andhra university act (2 of 1926). in that connection, it was observed by the supreme court that the government which ran the colleges had the right to make a selection oat .....

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Dec 17 1980 (HC)

Vora Saiyedbhai Kadarbhai (a Partnership Firm) Vs. Saiyed Intajam Huss ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-17-1980

Reported in : (1981)22GLR596

..... decide this contention with reference to the provisions of the impugned act. the definition of 'debt' given in section 2(c) and the difinition of 'debtor' given in section 2(d) read with the definitions of 'marginal farmer' in section 2(g), 'rural artisan' in section 2(1), 'rural labourer' in section 2(m) and 'small farmer' in section 2(p) as well as section 14 leave no doubt in our minds that even a usufructuary ..... , not with-out any substance. it has relevance in the instant case in this way. section 3 of the impugned act discharges or scales down the debts of 'marginal farmers', 'rural labourers', 'rural artisans' and 'small fanners'. they are also included within the definition of 'debtor' given in section 2(d). it defines 'debtor' in the following terms:debtor' means a marginal farmer, a small ..... governed by the gujarat municipalities act. it is governed by gujarat panchayats act. therefore, it is a 'rural area'.64. the concept of 'rural area' applies to a 'rural artisan' and a 'rural labourer'. it does not apply to a marginal farmer of a small farmer. definitions of 'marginal farmer' given in section 2(g) and 'small fanner' given in section 2(p) make it abundantly clear .....

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Mar 19 1980 (SC)

Charles K. Skaria and ors. Vs. Dr. C. Mathew and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-19-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC1231; (1980)2SCC752; [1980]3SCR71

..... -graduate degree and diploma courses in two of its universities trivandrum and calicut. the selection is made from among candidates guided by the prospectus issued in this behalf and the selection committee makes the selection, the principal of the medical college, trivandrum, being the convener hereof. a notification inviting applications was published in the gazette dated 27-2-1979 ..... post-graduate opthalmology and the whole exercise is confined to allotment of these seats in conformity with the equal opportunity rule which is constitutionally inviolable. the selection committee, acting on the guidelines, had to award 10 marks extra for those who had a post-graduate diploma-a reasonable recognition of an additional accomplishment relevant to the object ..... registrars of the universities informed officially which of the candidates had passed in the diploma course. the selection committee did not violate any mandatory rule nor act arbitrarily by accepting and acting upon these steps. had there been anything dubious, shady or unfair about the procedure or any mala fide move in the official exercises we would never ..... and to pursue his relief through the university or other appropriate state agency, we directed the impleadment of the indian medical council which is the statutory body concerned, at the national level, with higher medical degrees and courses. the medical council has not appeared before the court though its presence would have helped the forensic process to heal the fractured .....

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Sep 12 1980 (HC)

Ahmedunnisa Begum Vs. the Life Insurance Corporation of India

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-12-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP50

..... request of the defendant-corporation to submit a medical report from dr. k. damodar reddy and the medical report ex. b-2 was submitted by the doctor on 29-5-1973 to d.w. 1, the branch manager. it is the finding ..... did all that he ought to do and what was left was only the consideration of the question of revival of the policy on the basis of medical report, the policy could be revived by the corporation even after the death of the policyholder. according to him, the policy-holder complied with the ..... even refuse to revive it. it was asserted that the mere payment of premium and submission of a declaration or medical report do not automatically revive a lapsed policy, nor do they clothe the policyholder to claim any revival much less to deem the policy as revived. ..... warangal and that the revival was not a matter of right rested in the policyholder and it would not automatically follow even after the receipt of the medical report. it was further averred that at the time of the revival of the policy the defendant could place restrictions on extra-premiums and it could ..... on the date specified in the policy as that on or before which it was payable -- namely. july 31, 1915, that the offer on august 7, 1916, to pay the premiums in arrear was consequently too late, and that the policy had lapsed'.14. from the aforesaid discussion devoted to the limitations and conditions .....

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