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Writ Petition under Article 226 of The Constitution of India praying for the issuance of a writ of Certiorarified mandamus to call for the records in pursuant to the impugned order passed by the second respondent in D.Dis.No.15533/A1/2001 dated 31.12 ...



on 10 January 2011 | by G. ARAVINTHAN | More



Disciplinary proceedings


Writ Petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying for the issuance of a writ of certiorarified mandmus calling for the records of the respondent, in proceedings No.Na.Ka.31979/U1/96 dated 19.03.1997 and to quash the same as i ...



on 10 January 2011 | by G. ARAVINTHAN | More



Equity should be given top priority by Courts while deciding service matters


Selection and Appointment of Ex-Servicemen as a Reserved Category - with the grave irregularity of allowing near relations to appear in the selection process-Whether the equities were properly balanced in the exercise of discretion by the High Court ...



on 10 January 2011 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Corrigendum Charge-sheet correcting typographical error can be issued even during stay


Service - Misconduct - Rule 3 of the ASI (Conduct) Rules, 1968; Article 136 of the Constitution of India, 1950 - High Court quashed charge memorandum and corrigendum thereto issued by Appellant - Hence these Appeals - Whether High Court was justified ...



on 10 January 2011 | by raj kumar makkad | More



An employee cannot be allowed to suffer monetary benefits compared to junior


Regularisation of Service - Workmen asked to perform the function of the Junior Clerk - Whether entitled to scale of Junior Clerk from the relevant period in question? ...



on 08 January 2011 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Regular Employee cannt be converted to Adhoc employee without Show Cause Notice


Conversion of regular appointment to ad hoc appointment, without any show cause notice, Rules nowhere provide that the regular appointments can be converted into ad hoc appointments ...



on 27 December 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Even in case of termination of service of a probationer, prior approval is must


Termination of Probationary teachers - no departmental inquiry- Penal in nature ...



on 27 December 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Employees engaged by Contractor have no connection with Principal employer


Definition of "employee"- whether a workman employed by the contractor was a workman of the principal employer. ...



on 21 December 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Obtaining Service by Forged Caste Certificate is liable to be termination


The applicant, an ex-Postal Assistant under the Union Department of Posts, Ministry of Communication & IT, was dismissed on charges of obtaining appointment under the Scheduled Tribe category by a false declaration and submitting a forged certificate ...



on 21 December 2010 | by raj kumar makkad | More



Sections 25F to H of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947


This appeal is filed against the judgment and order of the High Court of Punjab & Haryana at Chandigarh dated 31.10.2006 in CWP No. 8774 of 2005 wherein the Division Bench of the High Court confirmed the award passed by the Labour Court, Ambala and d ...



on 13 December 2010 | by Guest | More












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