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Sep 12 2002 (HC)

Lalit Kumar Patre Vs. Ram Bahadur and ors.

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Sep-12-2002

Reported in : 2003(2)MPHT77(CG)

..... liability is not sustainable in law.12. having considered the facts and circumstances of the case and material on record, in the opinion of this court, the impugned order is patently illegal. once learned claims tribunal prima fade found a case for grant of award towards no fault liability the amount of compensation must be in accordance with the provisions of .....

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Dec 10 2002 (HC)

Dr. AtIn Kundu and ors. Vs. State of Chhattisgarh and ors.

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Dec-10-2002

Reported in : AIR2003Chh1; 2003(1)MPHT67(CG)

orderp.c. naik, j. 1. in medical council of india v. madhu singh (air 2002 scw 3742), the apex court has, if one may say so with respect, very aptly observed that 'when time of admission to medical courses arrives, immediately comes to mind shakespeare's othello, where it has been written 'chaos is come again'. inevitable result is that considerable time is lost by candidates chasing vires instead of virus'. this very aptly applies to the case at hand. 2. the petitioners, who are 30 in number, have preferred this writ petition calling in question the validity of rule 6.3 of the 'chhattisgarh snatakottar pravesh pariksha niyam 2002' in short, 'pg rules, 2002' which mandates that completion of two years service in a rural primary health centre under the state government on or before 30th april of the pre-pg examination is a must. the immediate effect being that even those candidates who have an outstanding academic career will not be able to take up the pre-pg examination in case they have not done service under a rural primary health centre for a period of two years though they may have been practicing in a rural area. 3. according to the petitioners, since coordination and determination of standards in institutions of higher education or research and scientific and technical institutions is a matter falling under entry 66 of list i of the vii schedule to the constitution of india and, the medical council of india having framed the post graduate medical regulations, 2000, the .....

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Jan 07 2002 (HC)

Gopal Das Vs. Kasturi Devi Begani

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Jan-07-2002

Reported in : 2002(1)MPHT43(CG)

orderfakhruddin, j. 1. this revision is directed against the order dated 15-6-2001 passed by the rent controlling authority, raipur.2. the facts in brief are that the respondent widow filed a petition for eviction of the present applicant from the suit premises under section 23-a (b) of the m.p. accommodation control act on the ground that she is under the special category being a widow as her husband had died in march, 1989, that she has become handicapped and further that she has two sons namely manoj and manish and as such it was contended that the accommodation which is a non-residential one is bona fide required for carrying on business.3. the defendant/present applicant denied the need and contended that there was no bona fide requirement. during the pendency of the petition and application for grant of leave to defend was filed. the said application was allowed.4. learned counsel for the applicant contended that the order passed by the rent controlling authority is illegal and contrary to law.5. on the other hand, learned counsel for the landlady supported the order.6. it is useful to consider the evidence as well since the order has been assailed.7. the plaintiff landlady examined herself a.w. 1, manoj as a.w. 2, and manish as a.w. 3. the landlady in her deposition has clearly stated about the need. it has come in evidence that second son manish is in service. it has further come in evidence that she herself wants to start business. she became widow at the age of .....

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Aug 21 2002 (HC)

Baghel Prasad Dharam Chand Jewellers Vs. Chandra Prakash Vaidya

Court : Chhattisgarh

Decided on : Aug-21-2002

Reported in : 2002(4)MPHT18(CG)

fakhruddin, j. 1. the appellant/defendant has preferred this appeal against the judgment and decree passed by the lower appellate court, dated 26-7-2001 passed in civil appeal no. 10-a/2001, confirming the judgment and decree dated 28-9-98 passed by the civil judge, class-i in civil suit no. l-a/98. briefly stated facts of the case are that the respondent/plaintiff filed a suit for eviction against the appellant/defendant on 16-1-1995 on the ground that the appellant/defendant is tenant and the respondent/plaintiff is landlord and the suit accommodation is required for starting of business of his son ashish. it was submitted that there is no other reasonably suitable accommodation.2. the appellant/defendant filed written statement and denied the claim of the respondent/plaintiff. it was also contended in the written statement that the alternative suitable accommodation for carrying on business of ashish is available with the plaintiff. learned trial court framed 8 issues including the issue regarding bona fide need and for carrying on business of son of the plaintiff whether any other suitable accommodation is available. the plaintiff examined chandra prakash (p.w. 1), shiv kumar soni (p.w. 2) who is neighbour of the plaintiff, and ashish (p.w. 3) who is son of the plaintiff for whom need of accommodation was shown. the defendant examined his son dharamchand soni (d.w. 1) who is attorney holder of the respondent/defendant and laxmi parsad (d.w. 2). learned trial court after .....

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