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Jan 15 1986 (HC)

Nanney Khan Vs. State

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-15-1986

Reported in : 1986(10)DRJ208

..... of the mind, as not to know the nature and quality of the act he was doing, or, if he did know it, that he did not know he was doing what was wrong.'(2) section 84 indian penal code has incorporated this definition of unsoundness of mind and in a catena of judgments the highest court of ..... this country has held that under section 84 indian penal code the crucial point of time at which unsoundness of ..... . the learned judges in that case inter-alia laid down as under : 'every man is to be presumed to be same and to possess a sufficient degree of reason to be responsible for his crimes, until the contrary be proved to their jury's satisfaction, and that to establish a defense on the ground ..... unsoundness of the accused. the accused has also not set up such a defense. in our view, thereforee, the accused is not entitled to the benefit of section 84 ipc. (3) we are, thereforee, of the view that the case against the appellant is amply proved and he has been rightly convicted and sentenced ..... to whether the accused - will be entitled to the benefit of exception under section 84 of indian penal code. we may notice the law on the subject which is very clear. the legal conception of insanity differs considerably from the medical conception. it is not every form of sanity or madness that is recognised by .....

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Apr 08 1986 (HC)

N.G.E.F. Vs. Poonacha

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-08-1986

Reported in : ILR1986KAR3205

..... . whether there is facility for conducting tubectomy in the nursing home and whether there are wards for in-patients etc. should be noted in the report.'about 220 employees produced medical certificates stating that their wives have undergone tubectomy operations, and all those certificates have been given by dr. h. s. hegde of jalajakshi nursing home, bangalore. out of those ..... domestic enquiry, the finding of guilt recorded by the enquiry officer is wholly unsustainable. the charges framed against the respondent are :-'standingorder 20(3) :fraud ordishonesty.-do-20(11):any act subversiveof discipline.-do-20(22):deliberately makingfalse statement before a superior knowing to be false.-do-20(39):neglect of dutyincluding carelessness.-do-20(45):abetment of anymisconduct.we have ..... statement filed before the enquiry officer, the respondent, has, inter alia, stated :'i once again humbly submit that i have strictly followed the instructions issued vide memo dated 12-2-84. i also used to get instructions from so and dso that i should visit the said nursing home and after verifying the records should submit report accordingly. in all ..... stage of preliminary hearing, this court does not give any reason. but out of deference to the counsel who argued the matter at length, we may briefly indicate our reasons.2. c. k. poonacha, the respondent, was one of the six security superintendents in the appellant-ngef which is a factory employing about 6000 workmen including officers. the factory had .....

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Aug 25 1986 (HC)

Orissa Road Transport Company Limited Vs. Umakanta Singh and anr.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Aug-25-1986

Reported in : II(1986)ACC570; AIR1987Ori110; 62(1986)CLT457; [1990]68CompCas420(Orissa)

..... serious bodily injuries to two others. legal representatives of the two deceased passengers and the two injured passengers filed the four claim petitions under section 110-a of the act against the appellant and the south eastern railways for compensation.5. injured umakanta singh, who is respondent 1 in ma. no. 190 ..... and inclination of left pelvis. he made a consolidated claim towards mental shock and physical pain, decrease in physical efficiency, happy healthy life and longevity and medical expenses of rs. 3,000/-consolidating the same to rs. 25,000/-. having already received rs. 1,000/- as compensation, he claimed rs. 24, ..... .12. it awarded compensation as under;(a) umakanta singh and another -- (m.a. no. 190 of 1977)(i) expenditure for treat- rs. 5000/-ment.(ii) pain and sufferingrs. 10,000/-(iii) inconvenience in life and loss of longevityrs. 10,000/-(iv) loss of earning capacity at rs. 300/- per month for25 ..... value of the rupee on account of deflation.'2. mr. y. s. n. murty, the learned counsel for the appellant, taking advantage of the order of reference where the learned single judge ..... per cent on term deposits for a term of three years and above. if rs. 25,000/- is deposited, it would earn interest of 2,500/- a year and that should adequately compensate the claimants taking into account the possibility of variation of the rate of interest and the losing .....

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Apr 06 1986 (SC)

Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited and anr. Vs. Brojo ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-06-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1571; (1986)3CompLJ1(SC); 1986LabIC1312; (1986)IILLJ171SC; 1986(1)SCALE799; (1986)3SCC156; [1986]2SCR278; 1986(2)SLJ320(SC)

..... objects and reasons to the legislative bill, which when enacted became the national waterway (allahabad-halda stretch of the ganga-bhagirathi-hooghly river) act, 1982 (act no. 49 of 1982), published in the gazette of india extraordinary, part ii, section 2, dated may 6, 1982, at page 15, the central government had set up various committees in view of the advantages in the ..... that case with respect to the meaning of the expressio`n 'executive function' is instructive and requires to be reproduced: it may not be possible to frame an exhaustive definition of what executive function means and implies. ordinarily the executive power connotes the residue of governmental functions that remain after legislative and judicial functions are taken away. the indian ..... letters of appointment are in a stereotype form. under these letters of appointment, the corporation could without any previous notice terminate their service, if the corporation was satisfied on medical evidence that the employee was unfit and was likely for a considerable time to continue to be unfit for the discharge of his duties. the corporation could also without any ..... authority is not excluded from making a profit for the public benefit. mathew, j., in his concurring judgment held that a finding of state financial support plus an unusual degree of control over the management and policies might lead one to characterize an operation as state action. the learned judge observed (at page 651-52): institutions engaged in matters .....

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Mar 26 1986 (HC)

Laly Vs. Bangalore University

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-26-1986

Reported in : ILR1987KAR610

..... admission of students in the colleges or institutions maintained or controlled by it belonging to the classes of persons mentioned in sub-section (2) of section 6 of the act and not prescribing the conditions of eligibility for admission to b.ed degree examination.8.1 point no. (3) : it is the case of the petitioners in writ petitions 20794, 20794a and 20794b of 1983 ..... such a regulation can be held to be arbitrary or brings about any discrimination. the constitution itself makes a provision to enable the state and the authorities falling within the definition of the expression 'the state' as defined by article 12 of the constitution, to make special provisions for the advancement of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, etc. however, leaned counsel for ..... and was directory in nature. it was further held that it was outside the authority of the council under section 33 of the medical council act to recommend the process of selection. therefore, the council advisedly and deliberately used such language in regulation no. ii so as to make the position clear and place the matter beyond any doubt that it was merely directory ..... with regard to which the legislature of a state had power to make laws and as there was no legislation covering the field of selection of candidates for admission to medical colleges, the state government was undoubtedly competent to pass executive orders in that regard. in para 25 of the judgment it was further made clear by stating thus :'in the .....

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Aug 22 1986 (HC)

Dinesh Kumar and 2 ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-22-1986

Reported in : 1986(2)WLN685

..... the petitioner along with his father came back to their village in rajasthan. the petitioner joind iind year of three year degree course in the maharana bhopal college, udaipur. meanwhile pre-medical test for admission in mbbs course in medical colleges in rajasthan was held in 1984 and the petitioner in order to prepare for this test did not appear in ..... intelligent mind, they would have had no adequate opportunities for development so as to be in a position to compete with others. so also students belonging to the weaker sections who have not, by reason of their specially or economically disadvantageous position, been able to secure education in good school would be at a disadvantage compared to students belonging ..... bombay in 1982. the petitioner could not appear in 1982 examination because of serious illness of his father. however, the petitioner appeared for higher secondary certificate examination (10 plus 2) pattern from maharashtra state board of secondary & higher secondary education, pune. petitioner passed this examination in march 1985 in first division. by this time the father of the ..... /corporations/improvement trust/municipal board/ panchayat samities/cooperative bodies duly constituted by the government of rajasthan;or(iii) statutory bodies and corporations formed under the indian companies act incorporated in rajasthan;or(iv) he/she is a son/daughter of an employees of university in rajasthan or higher secondary board of education (rajasthan) provided for category ( .....

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Oct 28 1986 (HC)

Gaur BrahmIn Vidya Pracharini Sabha (Registered) Vs. Maharishi Dayanan ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-28-1986

Reported in : AIR1987P& H252

..... sections (2), (3) and (4) of s. 21 of the act, may direct that recognition to the qualification already granted shall be up to a specified date and not after that. section 22 of the act vests power in the central council to prescribe the minimum standards of education in indian medicine required for granting a recognised medical ..... in the college.10. in the above perspective what is required to be seen is whether the university so as to maintain recognition of its degree in ayurveda with the central council can exercise proper control on the college both with respect to the number of students to be admitted keeping in ..... committee of the college to do so. another grievance of the petitioner is that respondent no. 1 has wrongly reduced the number of seats of ayurvedic degree course in the college from 60 to 20. it is contended that the aforesaid impugned actions of respondent no. 1 are without jurisdiction. through the ..... of the learned counsel have again to be examined in the context of the present case. it is to be noted that degree in ayurveda course which the university-respondent no. 1 grants is subject to recognition by the indian medicine central council. the objects of the central council ..... m.b.b.s./b.d.s./textile course for 20 seats in the college and for another 20 seats in mahila ayurvedic degree college kanya gurukul, khanpur kalan (sonepat). applications from candidates for admission to pre-ayurvedic course to these colleges were required to reach the assistant registrar .....

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Jan 06 1986 (HC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Ravindranath Arjunsingh and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-06-1986

Reported in : 1986(2)BomCR464

..... her case. it is then brought on record that one of the accused was suffering from veneral disease as was apparent from the medical evidence. the medical officer has accepted that if such a person has a seminal discharge then the victim would also show a corresponding symptoms of such a ..... in sessions case no. 136 of 1981 before the learned additional sessions judge, greater bombay, for an offence under section 376 simpliciter as also section 376 read with section 34 and or section 114 of the penal code on the allegations that all the five of them committed rape on the said prosecutrix on ..... while these accused went to the opposite direction. the learned trial judge has rightly observed that the entire story, as narrated, does not inspire enough degree of confidence.12. the matter, however, does not rest there inasmuch as there are some positive elements, which obviously tend to destroy the prosecution case ..... the reasons over again. a few aspects, however, may be restated.8. in the first instance, the girl's testimony does not inspire sufficient degree of confidence in view of obvious deficiencies and infirmities attached to that evidence. a few of such deficiencies can be catalogued. the first is that ..... taken to the terrace and thereafter to the kitchen. accused no. 1 forced her down on the floor and committed the act. then was the turn of accused no. 2. during all this time even on her own admission she was vigorously resisting and protesting and physically trying to shift her position .....

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Aug 11 1986 (HC)

Dr. T.T. Thomas Vs. Smt. Elisa and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-11-1986

Reported in : I(1987)ACC445; AIR1987Ker52

..... available to the doctor as envisaged in section 88 of the penal code. the consent factor may be important very often in cases of selective operations which may not be imminently necessary to save the ..... but for the protection of the physician or the surgeon, as the case may be. every surgery, whether minor or major, is fraught with some degree of hazard or risk which varies in accordance with the seriousness of the disease. if a patient collapses during the course of a surgery or during the ..... course of a treatment, law gives protection to the medical man, provided, he establishes that the risky step was adopted with the consent, express or implied, from the patient. in fact it is a defence ..... bolam v. friern hospital management committee, ((1957) 2 all er 118) while explaining the law to the jury.'counsel for the plaintiff put it in this way, that in the case of a medical man negligence means failure to act in accordance with the standarde of reasonably competent medical man at the time. that is a perfectly accurate ..... of surgery in the medical college, kottayam. p.w. 9 and d.w. 3 were examined as experts in surgery, by the respective sides. both are well qualified in the subject. the appellant himself is a well qualified surgeon. he holds f.r.c.s.9. the appellant's definite case is that the .....

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Mar 21 1986 (HC)

Sriya and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-21-1986

Reported in : 1986WLN(UC)114

..... did not come out with the full story at an early date and gave out the details in order to match their version with the medical evidence. the witnesses who were not named, have subsequently become witnesses of the incident on account of relationship and these factors cannot be attributed to ..... lodged at the police station. the manner in which that part of the incident occurred was revealed only when shyamlal and ramnath were examined under section 161 cr.pc. the version about the incident which occurred in niroti's field is that he, along with ramnath. shyamlal and amarsingh were collecting ..... when the murder committed is gruesome, then the rule of prudence is that there should be a high degree of proof about the crime. according to him, fouler the crime, higher the degree of proof required. the next contention is that gangeram is the solitary witness of the murder of sonkhia ..... sessions judge no. 2 dholpur, in sessions case no. 21/1979, for offences under sections 302, 326, 325, 324, 323, read with section 149 of the indian penal code. the appellants sriya and rasham have been convicted for the substantive offence of section 302 ipc and also under section 27 of the arms act. they have ..... and the testimony of a solitary witness has to be examined with caution. a solitary witness has to be a witness of sterling-worth before acting on his evidence and .....

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