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Nov 30 2001 (HC)

Assistant Commissioner, Endowments Department, Chittoor Vs. Arya Vysya ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-30-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)ALD796

p.s. narayana, j. 1. the assistant commissioner, endowments department, chittoor, the plaintiff in os no.1 of 1981 on the file of the district judge, chittoor is the appellant. the suit os no.1 of 1981 on the file of district judge, chittoor was filed for setting aside the order dated 31-3-1980 of the deputy commissioner of endowments, kurnool made in oa no. 16 of 1969 as illegal and unsustainable in law or facts, declaring the schedule mentioned properties as a public property and a charitable institution.2. the case of the appellant-plaintiff is that arya vysya sangham is a registered body and the site on which the arya vysya hostel was constructed, was gifted to the sangham by one tangutoori ramaiah chetty and the gift was made for the purpose of constructing a hostel to the students belonging to the arya vysya community and to provide sufficient site for purpose of marriage of persons of that community and a building with two floors was constructed on the site gifted and it comprises large number of rooms for the residence of the students and a big marriage hall, kitchen and dining facility attached to it and the funds for such construction of buildings were raised from the members of the society and others. it was also further pleaded in the plaint that sri t.n. kantharaja chetty representing the arya vysya sangham was managing the affairs of the hostel and the site over which the hostel and kalyana mandapam was constructed had been gifted to the sangham for specified .....

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Aug 18 2001 (HC)

Elkapalli Latchaiah and Another Vs. Govt. of A.P. and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-18-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)ALD679; 2001(5)ALT410

s.b. sinha, c.j. 1. the vires of subsection (3) of section 19 of the andhra pradesh panchayat raj act, 1994 (act no.13 of 1994), hereinafter referred to as 'the act' for the sake of brevity, falls for consideration in this writ petition.2. the fact of the matter lies in a very narrow compass. the petitioners have filed their nominations for contesting to the post of sarpanch and their nominations have not bee accepted on the ground that a person who is having more than two children is disqualified from contesting the election. the case of the petitioners is that the first petitioner was married in 1988 and he got three children and the second petitioner was married in 1986 and he had four children.3. mr. s. ramachandra rao, the learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioners, submits that having regard to the fact that the persons having more than two children are entitled to contest the election to the legislative assemblies and parliament, the restriction imposed in terms of sub-section (3) of section 19 is unreasonable. the learned counsel would contend that clause (1) of article 243-f providing for disqualification of membership and thus, sub-clause (b) clause (1) of section 243 providing for disqualification of membership must be confined to sub-clause (a) and no law purported to have been made in terms of sub-clause (b) can impose a condition which is not provided for in terms of sub-clause (a).4. the learned advocate-general appearing on behalf of the state, .....

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Aug 13 2001 (HC)

Dr. Shyam Sunder Prasad and Others Vs. Commissioner, Mch, Hyd. and Oth ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-13-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)ALD851; 2001(6)ALT209

b. subhashan reddy, j. 1. at issue, is the validity of the action of the commissioner, municipal corporation of hyderabad in declaring the property of the petitioners as a slum area in exercise of the powers under section 3(1) of the andhra pradesh slum improvement (acquisition of land) act, 1956. 2. the notifications were issued and gazetted differently for different areas owned by the petitioners. while in wp no. 19117 of 1987, notification was issued on 14-10-1987 and gazetted on 5-11-1987, in wp no. 673 of 1992 the notification was issued on 4-12-1991, which was gazetted on 26-12-1991. in the said writ petitions, the validity of the above notifications is assailed as being unconstitutional, illegal, arbitrary and without jurisdiction. insofar as wp no. 9668 of 1987 is concerned, a declaration is sought, for that the action of respondents 1 and 2 in issuing slum area occupancy certificates to the tenants of the petitioners in premises bearing municipal nos.5-4-51 to 5-4-108 and 5-4-123 to 5-4-182/2 as illegal as also the action of respondents 3 to 5 in issuing electricity connections to the above premises without the consent of the petitioners. 3. the property is situated in the heart of hyderabad city in between mozamjahi market and abid shopping complex and is surrounded by all commercial houses and is the ancestral property of the petitioners. there was a civil action for partition among themselves in os no. 300 of 1973 on the file of ii additional judge, city civil .....

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Nov 12 2001 (HC)

Ganesh Traders Vs. District Collector, Karimnagar and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-12-2001

Reported in : 2002(1)ALD210; 2002(1)ALD(Cri)137; 2002(1)ALT611; 2002CriLJ1105

s.b. sinha, c.j. 1. possession and transport of black jaggery although by itself is not an offence, can the vehicles carrying the same, be liable to be seized under the provisions of the andhra pradesh excise act and the andhra pradesh prohibition act is the question involved in these writ applications? 2. facts of each case may be noticed briefly thus: in writ petition no. 354 of 2001 the petitioners were transporting 10176 kilograms of jaggery in a lorry bearing no. abt 5508. the said lorry was seized and such seizure is challenged in this writ petition on the ground that it is illegal and arbitrary. writ petition no. 19706 of 2000 is filed assailing the action of the respondents in interfering with their day-to-day business in all varieties of jaggery and alum. the petitioners in writ petition n0.22705 of 2000 seek quashing of the criminal proceedings and also to declare the seizure of jaggery as illegal and void. 3. it is the case of the petitioners that sale of jaggery is neither prohibited nor restricted under law. it is further contended that in the event of allowing the writ petitions, the loss accrued to the petitioners by keeping the vehicle idle cannot be compensated. 4. in writ petition nos. 19706 and 22705 of 2000 the respondents have contended that they did not take any steps whatsoever as a result whereof the business of the petitioners was disturbed. 5. the fact that the petitioners had been carrying on business for a long time is not in dispute. admittedly .....

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Nov 01 2001 (HC)

Rainbow Children's Medicare (P) Ltd. Vs. Deputy Commercial Tax Officer ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-01-2001

Reported in : 2002(2)ALT372; [2002]126STC418(AP)

orders.r. nayak, j.1. in this writ petition, the petitioner has assailed the constitutional validity of the andhra pradesh tax on luxuries in hotels and lodging houses act, 1987 as amended by the andhra pradesh tax on luxuries in hotels and lodging houses (amendment) act (amendment act 28 of 1996) in so far as it relates to the levy of luxuries tax on corporate hospitals.2. the petitioner is rainbow children's medicare (p) limited, and it is a private limited company and is running a children's hospital established in the year 1998 with all modern medical equipments making use of the services of highly trained medical professionals. the main object of the petitioner, it is stated, is to provide paediatric and neo natal services to the people at large. it is also stated that the management of the hospital has made provision to render medical services to poor and needy by free/concessional services.3. according to the petitioner, the deputy commercial tax officer, vigilance and enforcement, hyderabad city range, the first respondent herein, visited the hospital and instructed the assistant manager in-charge of the hospital to pay luxury tax under the act and a report was sent to the commercial tax officer, jubilee hills circle, hyderabad, the second respondent, in that regard. the second respondent deputed the deputy commercial tax officer, jubilee hills circle, hyderabad, the third respondent herein to inspect the petitioner's hospital and accordingly the third respondent .....

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Jul 10 2001 (HC)

Kadali Pullayya Vs. Kadali Narasanna and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-10-2001

Reported in : 2001(5)ALT8

orderp.s. narayana, j.1. this civil revision petition is directed against an order dated 22-8-1990 made in e.a.no. 18 of 1990 in o.s.no. 50 of 1974 on the file of the principal district munsif, razole.2. the facts of the case in brief are as follows: while taking execution for delivery of possession of the petition schedule property, delivery warrant was issued and however the delivery could not be effected since there was some obstruction and application for taking steps had been filed and it was ordered that the property should be delivered on 17-4-1990 and on that day the delivery warrant was returned unexecuted stating that one k. pullaiah and his family members had obstructed the delivery on the ground that they had purchased these properties by virtue of a registered sale deed dated 14-5-1981 from the judgment debtors, the respondents 2 and 3 in the present revision. the third party objector who is the present revision petitioner also had filed a memo stating that he is not a party to the proceedings and by virtue of the sale deed he had acquired independent title to the property and hence notice should be ordered and the matter has to be proceeded with in accordance with order 21 rules 97 to 101 c.p.c.3. the brief history of the case appears to be that an ex parte decree was passed in o.s.no. 85 of 1964 and the property was delivered to the decree holder and the order was set aside and the suit was renumbered as o.s.no. 50 of 1974. in the year 1983 or so the suit was .....

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Apr 06 2001 (TRI)

Rangannagari Yadav Reddy Vs. Dr. Vijaya Kumari and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Apr-06-2001

p. ramakrishnam raju, president: 1. the complainants wife late smt. anuradha, who gave birth to three issues, was under antenatal care and treatment of the first opposite party during her third pregnancy. till her death she was hale and healthy. right from the time of her conception third time she was consulting the first opposite party. on completion of her full term pregnancy, she got the labour pains around 7.00 p.m. on 16.8.1992 and was taken to the first opposite partys hospital. it was at 10.12 p.m. when she reached the hospital. around 11.49 p.m. she delivered a male child and the delivery was normal. the first opposite party thereafter retired into her residence which is annexed to the clinic and returned at 00.10 hours. when she returned she appeared drunk and was holding a liquor bottle in her hands and gulped the remaining liquor in the bottle after she entered the labour room. she threw the bottle on the floor and then enquired the lady nurse whether the patient delivered placenta. when the answer was in the negative the doctor remarked how long should i stay for this bitch. she thereafter waited for a couple of minutes and started making premature attempt to expel the placenta even before it was separated. in spite of the patients mother requesting her to wait for some time for spontaneous delivery of placenta she abused her mother and asked her to get out. the elder sister of the patient was still there. when she too requested the doctor to allow some time she .....

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Apr 20 2001 (TRI)

S. Kishan Rao and Others Vs. Sudha Nursing Home and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Apr-20-2001

p. ramakrishnam raju, president: 1. the first complainant is the husband, while the complainants 2 to 5 are the children of late kamalamma and first complainant. 2. late kamalamma hereinafter called ??the deceased complained of chest pain and she was taken to the first opposite party nursing home belonging to the opposite parties 2 and 3 on 7.7.1991. after initial diagnosis by the opposite parties 2 and 3 who are wife and husband respectively on 9.7.1991 the disease is diagnosed by them as ??benign cystic of breast ? . both the doctors have advised her to undergo an operation and assured early recovery. accordingly on 9.7.1991 her right breast was operated after procuring report of the pathologist dr. b. narayan rao. after treating her for about one week in their hospital they have discharged her assuring that everything would be normal. 3. however to the utter surprise of the complainants the deceased developed a lump in about 5 to 6 months in the right breast again on account of the defective operation conducted by the opposite parties 2 and 3 on 9.7.1991. after conducting investigations they advised her to undergo second operation after procuring the report dated 5.1.1992 of pathologist dr. b. narayan rao. in good faith the first complainant and the deceased have consented for the same and accordingly the second operation of the right breast of the deceased was conducted on 5.1.1992 removing the lump and gave further treatment. but soon thereafter another lump developed in .....

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Aug 14 2001 (HC)

General Manager (Now Re-designated as Managing Director) and Others Vs ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-14-2001

Reported in : 2001ACJ1860; 2001(5)ALD404; 2001(5)ALT130a

orders.b. sinha, c.j. 1. the reference to this bench has been made in peculiar situation although no question of any importance arises for consideration in thisappeal.2. one rajanna died on 22-2-1983 in a road accident that took place on 19-2-1983. the said accident allegedly took place on account of rash and negligent driving by the respondent no.4. the vehicle was owned by a.p. state road transport corporation. an application under section 110b of the motor vehicles act was filed claiming a sum of rs. 3,00,000/- towards compensation. the motor vehicles accidents claims tribunal upon consideration of the material on record awarded a sum of rs. 57,000/-with 6% interest from the date of realisation.3. on appeal preferred thereagainst by the respondent herein, a learned single judge of this court enhanced the compensation amount to rs. 3,15,600/- and in place of 6%, the learned judge awarded 12% interest per annum. when this lpa came up before a division bench of this court (n.y. hanumanthappa and vaman rao, jj.), having regard to the decision of the apex court in general manager, ksrtc v. susamma thomas, : air1994sc1631 , on facts it was recorded:the learned single judge by following the authoritative pronouncement made by the apex court in general manager, kerala road transport corporation v. mrs. susamma thomas, : air1994sc1631 , doubled the earning of the deceased and fixed the same at rs. 1,400.00 after deducting one third of the earning for the personal use of the .....

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Jun 11 2001 (HC)

Referring Officer the I Addl. Dist. and Sessions Judge Vs. Arja Narasi ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-11-2001

Reported in : 2001(2)ALD(Cri)175

ramesh madhav bapat, j. 1. criminal appeal no. 610/2001 is filed by the accused in sessions case no. 438/2000 against the order of conviction and sentence recorded by the i additional sessions judge, machilipatnam, of the offence punishable under section 302 of the indian penal code. the learned sessions judge sentenced the appellant-accused to death. the reference in referred trial no. 3/2001 is made by the learned sessions judge for confirmation of the death sentence recorded by him against the accused. 2. the substance of the charge against the accused was that on 12.8.2000 at about 8.30 a. m., he caused the death of his wife named arja leela by hacking her with a knife on her head and other parts of her body. 3. the prosecution story can be briefly narrated as follows. marriage between the accused and the deceased took place about 20 years prior to the incident. they lived at pedayadara village. out of their wedlock, three daughters and two sons were born to them. 4. p.w.1 happened to the mother of the deceased. p.w.8 is one of the married daughters of the accused and the deceased. marriage of p.w.8 was performed by the accused about five years prior to the incident. at the time of the marriage of his two daughters, the accused promised to give 10 cents of land to each of them by way of 'pasupu kumkuma'. the accused did not fulfil his promise. there fore, p.w.8 used to complain against the same. the wife of the accused also used to pester him to deliver the land to their .....

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