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Oct 03 1980 (HC)

i.C. Chittaranjan Dass Vs. State Special Police Establishment

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ495

..... the period, the accused was treating some members of his family and it was usual for dw-8 to pay amounts varying from rs. 5/- for such medical visits made by the accused. dw-9 also worked at rajahmundry as a railway guard from 1960 to 1974. he also gave evidence that the accused used ..... under rule 204. he not a railway doctor occupying any position in the administrative rank. rule 205 provides for a restricted private practice and permits the asstt. medical officers of the rank of the accused to collect some fees and they also provide how regarding such collections, the fees should at all be shared or ..... the railway and private practice was not prohibited. limited private practice is, in fact, permitted as can be seen from ex. d-2 and rules 205 to 209 of the indian railway medical manual. the evidence of dws. 8 and 9 who are working as railway guards and the evidence of dw. 10 a grocery merchant ..... of one year's imprisonment provided for the said offence should have been at least imposed against the accused. 2. the prosecution case in short is that the accused while working as an assistant medical officer, class-ii in the railway department was found to be in possession of rs. 46,456.77 p. and could not ..... e. cases, hyderabad, in which the appellant in the former was tried for an offence under s. 5(1)(e) read with s. 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act and was convicted and sentenced to undergo imprisonment till the rising of court and also to pay a fine of rs. 40,000/- in default .....

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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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Aug 25 1980 (SC)

Milkiyat Singh and ors Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-25-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC1579; 1981CriLJ1000; 1980Supp(1)SCC330; 1980(Supp)SCC330; 1981(13)LC127(SC); 1980()WLN505

..... other wound no pellet was found'. the wound in which no pellet was found was a gun shot wound. it is difficult to see why what was possible medically in the case of balbir singh could not be so in the case of chhotu singh accused. d.w. 1 dr. sohan lal gupta was examined for the ..... jagroop singh had been fired. surprisingly dal singh is not named as an accused in this case. it is said a private complaint alleging an offence punishable under section 302 of the indian penal code has been filed against him. in their evidence before the court surjit singh (pw 3) and jagroop singh (pw 4) ..... of conviction and the sentences passed on the appellants before us by the additional sessions judge no. 2, shri ganga nagar. of the four appellants milkiyat singh and chhotu singh were convicted under section 302 and section 307 read with section 34 of the indian penal code and sentenced to imprisonment for life under the first count and rigorous ..... this can be said that more possibility is that this injury can be caused by the pellets. 6. in this state of evidence, specially the medical evidence, it is difficult to hold with any certainty that the occurrence had taken place in the way the prosecution witnesses allege. from the ..... medical evidence it is difficult to reach a firm conclusion that the defence version is altogether false. in these circumstances we do not find it .....

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Mar 31 1980 (HC)

imandi Sathiraju Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-31-1980

Reported in : 1981CriLJ78

..... drowning. there is not even a fraction or farthing of evidence in support of anyone of the three possible inferences. it cannot be said with any degree of certainty that in the circumstances of the case, the deceased insisted on the accused not to marry p.w. 10's daughter and on the ..... missing and the learned trial judge unfortunately supplied that missing link evidently on account of the suspicion excited in his mind by the other circumstances. the medical evidence does not disclose any injuries or traces of violence on the dead body. what all the doctor says is that the death of the deceased ..... was then wearing merely drawers and a baniyan and that the accused then was also having his pant and shirt over his shoulder. in his statement under section 161, cr.p.c., the witness did not mention all these details particularly about the pant and shirt being carried on the shoulder. the learned ..... 3. on 19-8-1978 at about 11-00 a.m. the deceased told her sister, p.w. 1, that she was going to vizianagaram for medical treatment. she was then wearing the gold ornaments, m.os. 1 to 4, on her person. she went to the bus stop at madanapuram and when she ..... file of the visakhapatnam sessions division is the appellant. he was convicted under sections 302 and 379 of the penal code and was sentenced to suffer imprisonment for life and rigorous imprisonment for one year respectively. the sentences were directed to run concurrently. 2. the case of the prosecution is : yalla sanyasamma, the deceased in .....

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Sep 05 1980 (HC)

L. Chandran Vs. Venkatalakshmi and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-05-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP1

..... be delivered into the custody of the guardian.'thus the court can, nay it should consider the welfare of the child. the court can under section 25 of the above act, handover the custody to the father only subject to the overriding consideration of the welfare of the minor child. it is, therefore, possible to ..... sons of the grand-mother by name hariharan is in the army as a captain drawing about rs. 2,400 per month, that another son by name natarajan is working as a medical representative drawing around rs. 2,000 per month and the respondent herself is getting a family pension of rs. 150 per month and ..... sound position to bring up the child cannot be accepted. the first respondent's sons are well appointed in life. two of them earn each around rs. 2,000 per month. the third one is expecting appointment within a couple of months. in addition to that, the first respondent has house property fetching about rs. ..... absolute rights in a social order. in a social formal rights can only be relational. as recently said by lord diplock in maharaj's case, (1978) 2 wlr 902, 909, in a society one man's freedom is another man's restriction. the fetish of right has hitherto been the cause of many a confusion ..... child's grandmother, the first respondent, for the production of the child into this court and for handing over the baby to the custody of the petitioner.2. the petitioner's mainstay of his case is his argument based on his paternal right to the custody of the child. he being the father and the .....

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Dec 01 1980 (HC)

Hadupani Sabato Vs. Ganta Ratnam

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Dec-01-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Ori42; 51(1981)CLT87

..... with him for any sale deed. one narasingh panigrahi falsely represented to her that government would take possession of all the lands for the construction of the medical and engineering colleges as well as hospital and other quarters and it would be very difficult for the defendant to go to various offices and courts to ..... remained inside her house and did not meet the plaintiff. thus, it is to be held that the defendant never took the stand beforehand, nor she acted in any way to show that she repudiated the contract for its non-performance within two months and fifteen days. there is no evidence to show that ..... avoiding to perform her part of the contract. the plaintiff has claimed damages to a tune of rs. 6,000 and for execution of the sale deed.2. the case of the defendant is as follows:-- she has denied the receipt of an advance of rs. 500/- from the plaintiff and to have agreed ..... the house and avoided to talk to the plaintiff. as the plaintiff failed to contact the defendant, he sent another registered letter to the defendant on 11-2-67, but the said letter came back with the endorsement that the addressee refused to accept the letter. it is averred that the plaintiff has been ..... took an advance of rs. 500/-. in the agreement, it was stipulated that the defendant would get the land measured in presence of the plaintiff within 2 months and 15 days from the date of the agreement and execute and register a sale deed and deliver possession of the property to- the plaintiff within .....

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Apr 09 1980 (HC)

Smt. Raksha Bahen and ors. Vs. Delux Roadways and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-09-1980

Reported in : 1980WLN248

..... of piyush kumar at the time of the accident was 28 years. he would have retired at the age of 58 years. in view of the medical evidence about his good health, he can be reasonably expected to have lived upto the age of at least 65 years. even after retiurement, he would ..... and therefore there was no question of any mental agony or physical pain entitling the claimants to any compensation on that count. the accident took place at 2. 45 p.m. piyush kumar died at 5.55 p.m. he became unconscious instantaneously. in such circumstances, the amount of compensation of rs. ..... fund and contribution and gratuity bene fits including interest permissible under the rules. the total income till a attaining superannuation age is shown to be rs. 2.29000/- to substantiate his contention, that future increment, and chance of promotion as well the benefits derived at the time of retirement should be taken ..... on account of the death of piyush kumar?4a. whether the petition is within limitation?4. what would be the adequate relief?3. issues nos. 2 and 3 not being in dispute were decided in favour of the petitioners. the issue regarding limitation was also decided in favour of this petitioner. while ..... the judgment and award dated' 25-2-1972 passed by the learned member of the motor accident claims tribunal, bhilwara in the proceedings on, the application filed by smt. raksha bahen, and shantilal under 'section 110 a of the motor vehicles-act (hereinafter to be referred to as the act') for damages to she tune of .....

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Aug 19 1980 (HC)

S. Ramayya and ors. Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-19-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP8

..... also the judicial pronouncements may now be noticed. the object of the tirumala trupathi devasthanjms act, 1979, hereinafter referred to as 'the act', is laid down in the preamble as under:'an act to provide for the better administration and governance of the tirumala tirupathi devasthanams.' section 2 (m) of the act defines 'tirumala tirupathi devasthanams' as under:' 'tirumala tirupathi devasthanams' means the temples specified ..... vice of excessive delegation to the executive officer when it conferred the right of issuing licences or permits as there is sufficient guideline in the policy underlying the act. (b) sub-section (3) of section 27 is not bad because of the mere existence of unbridled and unfettered discretion conferred on the executive officer as it has not been shown that the ..... the chief administrative officer of the tirumala tirupathi devasthanams and he shall, subject to the control of the committee have general power to carry out the other provisions of this act, section 20 (1) (b) lays down that the executive officer shall, inter alia, arrange for the proper collection of the offerings made in the temples specified in the first schedule. ..... , from an order or decision of the executive authority or executive officer of a local authority to the local authority, shall lie instead to the director of medical and health services. (3) (a) subject to such rules as may be prescribed it shall be lawful for the executive officer by order to prohibit within the tirumala hills .....

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Jan 04 1980 (HC)

JamaluddIn Vs. Bhinyaram and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-04-1980

Reported in : 1980WLN(UC)236

..... because the vehicle was driven on the wrong side of the road and was also being driven rashly and negligently.5. on the basis of the medical evidence and other evidence, the tribunal has found that saluddin's leg was shortened permanently and there has been some other disablement of permanent, character.6 ..... is no doubt that the existence of a valid insurance policy is a sine qua non for the enforcement of the liability under the motor vehicles act and the insurance company cannot be made liable till it is established that the convenant in the insurance policy contained a stipulation that the company would ..... company as also the cross-objection of kansingh are dismissed. there will be no order as to costs kansingh has deposited an amount of rs. 2,000/- in pursuance of the stay order of this court. he may be allowed refund of this amount as soon as claimant jamaluddin recovers the ..... 25-1-69, an accident happened on the road which runs between stadium and public park of jodhpur. salauddin, need about 10 years, was standing about 2' away from the foot path and a truck no. bjq, 7893, which was alleged to be driven by bakhtawarsingh, collided with saluddin with the result ..... accidents claims tribunal, jodhpur, for the amount of rs. 5680.15 p. in favour of salauddin through natural guardian jamadluddin and against non applicant no. 2 kansingh, non-applicant no.3 vanguard insurance company and non applicant no.4 bakhtawarsingh. the insurance company has filed the appeal being s.b. civil misc. .....

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Nov 17 1980 (HC)

Central Wines Vs. Special Commercial Tax Officer, Intelligence, Hydera ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-17-1980

Reported in : [1982]49STC83(AP)

..... of the 'turnover' and comes within the expression 'any other sums charged by the dealer, whatever be the description, name or object thereof' occurring in the definition of 'turnover' in section 2(1)(s) of the act. in the former case it is shown expressly as sales tax and in the latter case it is shown in the form of debit notes. but in ..... by a dealer towards 'dharmam' on the occasion of a sale and as part of the sale transaction.' 19. we may notice that the definition of 'turnover' in section 2(1)(s) of the andhra pradesh general sales tax act is designed with the same purpose in 'very wide terms' to borrow the expression employed by the full bench, 'to catch within its net ..... binding on this court having regard to the fact that the decision was rendered with reference to the definition of 'turnover' contained in section 2(i) of the madras general sales tax act and not with reference to section 2(1)(s) of the andhra pradesh general sales tax act. he contends at the outset that these observations of the full bench are obiter inasmuch as that ..... order of reference posed the following question for the consideration of the full bench : 'what is the scope of the definition of 'turnover' in section 2(i) of the madras general sales tax act as amended by the madras general sales tax (andhra amendment) act, 1954 ?' 17. viswanatha sastri, j., who delivered the opinion of the full bench in that case, government of andhra v .....

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