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Regularisation of the services of the workmen


stay - granting of - the Division Bench of the High Court, however, granted stay of payment of arrears till the disposal of the appeal. That being the position, this Court grants the stay against the regularization of the services of the workmen till ...



on 06 May 2010 | by G. ARAVINTHAN | More



Loss to State can be recovered from guilty Employee


Service - Section 4(1) of the Tamil Nadu Prohibition Act - Tamil Nadu Police Subordinate Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules - Petitioner was a sub-inspector of police and an amount was sought to be recovered from him by the State Govt. giving a s ...



on 27 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



S. Sumnyan And Others vs Limi Niri And Others [SC]


Service - Arunachal Pradesh Administration [Public Works Department] Group-B Post Recruitment Rules, 1983 - Seniority - Computation - Ad-hoc service benefit - Appellants after their recruitment on temporary and ad-hoc basis worked on probation for a ...



on 27 April 2010 | by CA Adarsh Agrawal | More



Promotion of the employee under criminal trial be deferred


Service - Promotion - Entitlement thereto -Section 17 of the Tamil Nadu Civil Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules - Based on the Charges framed under the Rules against the petitioner, who was appointed as forester by the respondent, a punishment o ...



on 26 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



EPF is justified in auction of Sugar for Recovery of dues


Maharashtra State Co-Operative Bank Ltd v. Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner and Ors. (Decided on 03.03.2010) MANU/MH/0166/2010 Constitution - Recovery of Provident Fund dues - Auction Notice issued under Employees of the Provident Funds and M ...



on 26 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Article 14 will have no application where the persons are not


Whether there is Discrimination against vis-à-vis the employees of the Government of India in the matter of Payment of Gratuity and claim that the ordinance amending the Gratuity Act w.e.f. 24th September 1997 instead of w.e.f. 1st April, 1995 (w.e.f ...



on 21 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Granting parity in pay scale depends upon comparative job ev


Service - Pay Scale - Parity - Claim of - West Bengal Services Revision of Pay and Allowances Rules, 1981 - Respondent holding post of Inspector Agricultural Minimum Wages (AMW), claimed parity in pay scale with posts of Inspector (Cooperative Societ ...



on 20 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Mere admission of document do not means its Proof


Service - Dismissal - Principles of Natural Justice - Non-adherence thereto - Consequence thereof - Order 12, Rules 1, 2, 2A and 3A of Civil Procedure Code, 1908 - Respondent dismissed by the Disciplinary Authority on the basis of inquiry Officer's R ...



on 02 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Convincing Evidence is must to be brought against delinquent


Disciplinary Proceedings - Show Cause Notice proposing Punishment of removal from service - Quashing thereof sought - Notice challenged on the ground of lack of original jurisdiction in prescribing punishment, inadequate evidence - Tribunal held that ...



on 01 April 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



the principle of ejusdem generis cannot be applied to make a


Service - Complaint of sexual harassment against approved teachers of Appellant college by non approved teachers - Directions issued by Respondent University freezing appointment of impugned approved teachers on recommendations of Grievance Committee ...



on 11 March 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More













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