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Jul 02 1980 (FN)

indus. Union Dept. Vs. Amer. Petroleum Inst.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jul-02-1980

..... the uncertainty of scientific views. recognizing that existing knowledge may be inadequate, congress did not require the secretary to wait until definitive information could be obtained. thus, "it is not intended that the secretary be paralyzed by debate surrounding diverse medical opinions." h.r. rep. no. 91-1291, p. 18 (1970), leg.hist. 848. third, congress' special concern ..... proposed that 6(b)(5) be deleted entirely, see ante at 448 u. s. 647 , if he had not thought that other sections of the act required health regulations that were reasonable and practical. [ footnote 2/6 ] congress has assigned osha an extremely difficult and complex task, and the guidance afforded osha is considerably less than clear. the agency ..... that "most adequately assures . . . that no employee will suffer material impairment of health or functional capacity," also contains phrases implying that the secretary should consider differences in degrees of significance, rather than simply a total elimination of all risks. thus, the standard to be selected is one that "most adequately assures, to the extent feasible, on ..... of standards under this subsection shall be based upon research, demonstrations, experiments, and such other information as may be appropriate. in addition to the attainment of the highest degree of health and safety protection for the employee, other considerations shall be the latest available scientific data in the field, the feasibility of the standards, and experience gained under .....

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Feb 26 1980 (HC)

Dr. Miss Bhavna P. Patel and ors. Vs. the Dean, Govt., Medical College ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-26-1980

Reported in : (1981)22GLR13

..... interesting to note that there is no sub-head of any internal marks obtained by the concerned candidate in the concerned subjects. it is the definite case of the petitioners that so far as the baroda university is concerned, there is no system of assessment of candidates at the final ..... application is mide within six months after the date of the declaration of the results. mark sobtained by a candidate in individual questions or in sections of a paper will not be supplied.a mere look at the said ordinance makes it clear that the university supplies the marksheet to the ..... divan c.j. and r.c. mankad j. dr. nikhil v. vachharaja.nl v. state of guj. and ors. 1979 (2) xx (2) g.l.r. 109.2. in order to appreciate the controversy posed for consideration in the present proceedings it is necessary to have a glance at the relevant facts ..... students belonging to various different patterns of examinations as adopted by other universities in the state. this has been made distinctly clear at page 2 of the judgment where it has been in terms stated that for the purpose of deciding the question raised by the petitioner in that ..... act, 1956. the government of gujarat had by resolution of panchayat and health department, bearing no. mcg-1q74-5100-n. dated august 7, 1975, superseded its earlier orders and approved the rules for the appointments of registrars and housemen at the government medical colleges and attached teaching hospitals. as per these rules the candidates who passed their m.b.b.s. degree .....

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Apr 22 1980 (FN)

Carlson Vs. Green

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-22-1980

..... ] indeed, in discussing the scope of authority conferred on federal courts by 1983, senator thurman stated at the time 1983 was adopted: "[this section's] whole effect is to give the federal judiciary that which now does not belong to it -- a jurisdiction that may be constitutionally conferred ..... that repudiated in erie and hudson & goodwin. this determination raises such questions as the types of damages recoverable, the injuries compensable, the degree of intent required for recovery, and the extent to which official immunity will be available as a defense. and the creation of such ..... statute or regulation, whether or not such statute or regulation be valid." 28 u.s.c. 2680(a). [ footnote 2/2 ] i do not suggest that courts enjoy the same degree of freedom to infer causes of action from statutes as from the constitution. see davis v. passman, 442 u. s. ..... personal injuries from which he died because petitioner prison officials violated, inter alia, his eighth amendment rights by failing to give him proper medical attention. asserting jurisdiction under 28 u.s.c. 1331(a), respondent claimed compensatory and punitive damages. the district court held that the ..... hospital. the complaint further alleges that jones' death resulted from these acts and omissions, that petitioners were deliberately indifferent to jones' serious medical needs, and that their indifference was in part attributable to racial prejudice. [ footnote 2 ] this question was presented in the petition for certiorari, but not .....

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Apr 09 1980 (HC)

Cibatul Ltd. and ors. Vs. Union of India

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-09-1980

Reported in : (1980)1GLR825

..... the points on which submissions are made by the learned advocate, shri j. c. bhatt, it would be necessary to refer to some of the provisions contained in the companies act. 9. section 2(24) defines 'manager' as under : '(24) 'manager' means an individual who ...... subject to the superintendence, control and direction of the board of directors, has the management of the whole ..... apart from the managing director. apart from the absurd results that would follow, the argument is not at all sound. managing director is a director. that is clear from the definition which we have quoted above. further, in the case of company law board v. upper doab sugar mills ltd. [1977] 47 comp cas 173 (sc), it is clearly stated that ..... determined by the board of directors at its sole discretion within the above limit. perquisites were also agreed between the parties and a special mention may be made to gratuity, medical benefits and residential accommodation. gratuity fixed was not exceeding three-fourth of a month's salary for each completed year of service, as per the scheme of approved gratuity fund ..... director. he after having passed and obtained m.sc. degree in organic chemistry obtained doctor's degree in switzerland in the year 1949. thereafter in the 1950, he joined service and started his career with petitioner no. 3. thereafter, in the year 1960 petitioner no. 1-company started manufacturing business. petitioner no. 2 thereafter in the year 1967 joined petitioner no. 1-company .....

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Dec 17 1980 (SC)

A.T. Zambre and ors. Vs. Kartar Krishna Shashtri

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-17-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC796; (1981)1SCC561; [1981]2SCR398; 1981(13)LC68(SC)

..... in complete agreement with these observations which were made in relation to sub-clause (ii) of clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 18 of the act. the provisions of that sub-clause being in pari materia with sub-section (5) of section 17 of the act, they apply fully to that sub-section which must therefore be held to be violative of article 14 of the constitution ..... bombay allowing a petition under articles 226 and 227 of the constitution of india and declaring that sub-section (5) of section 17 of the maharashtra medical practitioners act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the act) is ultra vires of article 14 of the constitution of india.2. the facts are not in dispute and may be shortly stated. the respondent hails from uttar pradesh. in ..... 1940 he obtained the degree of 'ayurved shastri' from the all india adarsh vidwat parishad, kanpur, on november 12, 1940 ..... made to the committee of the medical board of unani system of medicine under sub-section (5) of section 17 of the act (although none of the clauses of that sub-section had anything to do with it) was rejected and his appeal filed to the board was also dismissed on september 30, 1964.3. clause (ii) of the said sub-section (5) with which we are .....

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Feb 11 1980 (HC)

D. Kannan Vs. Southern Roadways and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-11-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Mad144

..... eyesight, the question whether his disability was transient or likely to be a permanent disability was a matter which could have been asserted with confidence only after a detailed medical check-up. the medical evidence in a sense was an eye opener, as it were, to the petitioner and it was thereafter that he could move the claims tribunal for the amendment ..... claim before the expiry of six months.7. in the present me, the respondent, southern roadways, themselves concede that the amendment sought for by the petitioner was prompted by the medical evidence rendered by the doctor before the tribunal at the time of the enquiry. where a plea relating to the nature of the injury or the claim for compensation depends ..... before filing the claim for compensation. the tribunal had noticed that the application for amendment had been filed by the petitioner only after the medical witness had deposed that the petitioner's eyesight had been impaired as the result of the injury and the loss of vision was a permanent disability. nowhere is it said ..... with any degree of self assurance. in these circumstances, there can be no question ct the petitioner's application to amend the pleadings being belated, in any sense.8. the tribunal had expressed the view that it has no power to order amendment of pleadings. it referred to section 110-c(2) of the motor vehicles act, and observed that only .....

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Jun 23 1980 (FN)

O'Bannon Vs. Town Court Nursing Ctr.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-23-1980

..... part: "in order to participate in the medicare program, a skilled nursing facility must meet the statutory requirements contained in section 1861(j) of the act, 42 u.s.c. 1395x(j), as well as all other health and safety requirements established by the secretary in subpart ..... to reject this argument. by focusing solely on the "indirectness" of resulting physical and psychological trauma, the court implies that, regardless of the degree of the demonstrated risk that widespread illness or even death attends decertification-induced transfers, it is of no moment. i cannot join such a ..... that an "opportunity for a hearing shall be granted to any applicant who requests a hearing because his or her claim for financial assistance . . . or medical assistance is denied, . . . and to any recipient who is aggrieved by any agency action resulting in suspension, reduction, discontinuance, or termination of assistance." ..... petitioner in this court. [ footnote 8 ] title 42 u.s.c. 1396a(a)(23) (1976 ed., supp. ii) provides, in relevant part: "[a]ny individual eligible for medical assistance (including drugs) may obtain such assistance from any institution, agency, community pharmacy, or person, qualified to perform the ..... inquiry into the indirect character of the patient's loss has any place in this case. [ footnote 2/4 ] because the "indirectness" of a result inevitably is a question of degree, and because countervailing considerations are likely to appear, i would prefer to treat "indirectness" as, at .....

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Jan 25 1980 (HC)

Hans Raj Bahl Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-25-1980

Reported in : 1980WLN119

..... nagpur improvements trust and anr. v. vithal rao and ors. : [1973]3scr39 , and it was held that the omission of sub-section (2) of section 23 of the act no. 24 of 1953, in respect of acquisition of land for housing scheme is violated of article 24 of the constitution as being discriminatory. ..... so far as it deprives of owners of the lands of statutory addition to the market value of the lands under sub-section (2) of section 23 of the land acquisition act, is violative of equality clause of the constitution and is on that account, void. if the state had acquired for improvement ..... for the purpose of an improvement or development trust, is discriminatory and cannot be given effect to in our opinion, the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 23, in so far as it deprives the owner of a sand acquired for the purpose of an improvement or development trust, of solatium ..... or is reasonably capable of being put, its suitability for building purpose, its proximity to residential, commercial and industrial areas and educational, cultural or medical institutions, existing amenities like water, electricity and drainage and the possibility of their future extensions, whether the nearby town is a developing or a ..... not only with reference to its condition at the time of the declaration but its potential value should also be taken into consideration to a certain degree.13. smt. tribeni devi and ors. v. collector of ranchi and vice versa : [1972]3scr208 , the supreme court observed as follows:the .....

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Mar 13 1980 (HC)

P.S. Mohana Srinivasan Vs. Girija

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-13-1980

Reported in : (1981)1MLJ321

..... : air1963mad283 has taken the view that section 28 of the hindu marriage act, 1955, confers a right of appeal against all decrees and orders passed by the court in any proceedings under the act, and it is not necessary that such decrees or orders should satisfy the definition of the term 'decree' under civil procedure code, ..... discharged the burden........... undoubtedly matrimonial proceeding is an ordinary civil proceeding. but as it involves the disruption of marital tie, law imposes a stricter degree of scrutiny of the evidence if uncorroborated. such corroboration is demanded as a rule of precaution and prudence so that a well-instructed mind may ..... she had at any earlier point of time informed him that she was pregnant. it has been observed that she could have been taken for medical examination to know about her pregnancy. but this could have been possible, if only she had informed him of what was developing. therefore the ..... by a visiting nurse about birth of a child to enable entries to be made immediately in the registers of birth and deaths. p w. 2, the nurse has stated that the word 'premature' had been written in 'red ink' and a comment had been made that there are manipulations ..... appellant, are highly interested and their evidence has to be scrutinised with great caution. but so far as the evidence tendered by p. w. 2 is concerned, she is an independent witness. she has spoken about entries made in the registers maintained in public offices. the ground on which the .....

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Jun 27 1980 (FN)

United States Vs. Ward

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-27-1980

..... the fwpca prohibited the discharge into navigable waters or onto adjoining shorelines of oil or hazardous substances in quantities determined by the president to be "harmful." [ footnote 2 ] section 311(b)(5) of the act imposed a duty upon "any person in charge of a vessel or of an onshore facility or an offshore facility" to report any discharge of oil or a ..... 1187 (1979). although admitting that congress had labeled the penalty provided for in 311(b)(6) as civil, and that the use of funds collected under that section to finance the administration of the act indicated a "remedial" purpose for the provision, the court of appeals tested the statutory scheme against the standards set forth in kennedy v. mendoza-martinez, 372 u ..... be used to finance the removal, containment, or dispersal of oil and hazardous substances discharged into navigable waters and to defray the costs of administering the act. 33 u.s.c. 1321(1). another section of the act allowed the united states government to collect the costs of removal, containment, or dispersal of a discharge from the person or corporation responsible for that ..... clearly aimed at exacting retribution for causing the spill: "the penalties are based on such factors as the gravity of the violation, the degree of culpability, and the prior record of the party. the fact that a party acted in good faith, could not have avoided the discharge and, once it occurred, undertook cleanup measures immediately is to be given no consideration .....

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