“When public services are disrupted due to an Anganwadi worker’s attitude, the Authority can make appropriate order commensurate with the situation for the interest of the public.”
“Any action of transfer based on political pressure brought by any employee for being posted to a particular place is not only required to be annulled, but such an employee cannot be granted the requested posting”.
The reiteration came after the Collegium deliberated over a reconsideration request submitted by Justice Tagia.
“Once a teacher fulfils the eligibility criteria for transfer, the authority must take steps to fill up the resultant vacancy as per the norms existing within a reasonable time.”
The Collegium on 16-08-2023 reiterated its proposal dated 10-08-2023 to transfer Justice Bhatnagar to Rajasthan High Court.
Justice Sudhir Singh’s transfer from Patna to Punjab and Haryana High Court was originally proposed by the Collegium on 03-08-2023.
“When a manifest illegality by a criminal court resulting in gross failure of justice comes to the notice of the High Court, it is the bounden duty of the High Court as a Constitutional Court to set right the illegality and to ensure that public confidence in the criminal justice system is maintained.”
The Resolution dated 12-07-2023 is a reiteration of the Collegium’s proposal dated 05-7-2023 wherein they had recommended transfer of Justice Manoj Bajaj, Justice D.K. Singh and Justice Gaurang Kanth.
Transfer is not stipulated to be claimed as a matter of right in institutions. The State/Board would thus be justified in laying down a uniform criteria/process for entertaining applications for transfer.
In a high profile case involving senior Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath, challenging the order of transfer of proceedings by Income Tax Department involving several transactions of large scale collection of illegal money, the Court opined that (i) there is no absolute right to be assessed in a particular territory and (ii) the inconvenience of assessee has to be balanced against department's right to carry its functions and scope of judicial review is limited.
Bombay High Court: In the present appeal filed under Section 260-A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 preferred against the
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Bombay High Court remarked that they have come across at least three such cases in last three weeks wherein the statement of the prosecutrix has been totally disbelieved in the grave and a serious offence under Section 376 IPC by not following the law enunciated by the Supreme Court in its catena of decisions. It is the second case in this week wherein Police did not adhere to the basic principles of investigation.
The bench of MR Shah and M.M Sundresh, JJ explained the importance of the words “or otherwise” inserted to Section 45(4) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 by the Finance Act, 1987
Madras High Court: In a writ petition filed by Life Insurance Corporation of India (‘LIC’) against the order passed by
Rouse Avenue Courts Complex, Delhi: In a case filed by Enforcement Directorate (‘petitioner') seeking transfer of the case titled ‘Directorate
Supreme Court: In a complex case where both the parties claimed to be disabled to get the matrimonial case transferred to the
Calcutta High Court: The Division Bench of Subrata Talukdar and Krishna Rao, JJ. has allowed an appeal filed against the
Allahabad High Court: Vikram D. Chauhan, J. took cognizance of transfer application which was filed for the transfer of the case under
Supreme Court: In a highly controversial extortion case of about Rs. 200 crores in Delhi’s Tihar jail, the 3-judge Bench of Uday