“The principle aims of IBC are to promote investment, and resolution of insolvencies of corporate persons, firms, and individuals in a time bound manner. The IBC consolidated and amended a web of laws which had led to an ineffective and inefficient mechanism for resolution of insolvencies marked with significant delay”
The petitioner’s request for transfer of service for personal reasons deemed justified on humanitarian grounds under the principles of ‘Natural Justice’.
“Biosecurity constitutes an integral facet of national security. The inadvertent introduction of invasive alien species or harmful exotic pests, whether through flowers, fruits, vegetables, or other pathways, poses a grave threat to the country’s native agricultural produce and, by extension, its agrarian economy.”
The very purpose and object of giving weightage to in service candidates who have served in rural, remote or hilly areas, is to overcome the disadvantage they suffered because of working in such difficult conditions and to enable them to compete with the candidates who have directly, after their MBBS course, appeared for the NEET Postgraduate examination
“If the plea of the petitioners is accepted, it would amount to opening a Pandora box and several other similarly candidates would start knocking at the doors of this Court with the similar demand and in that case, recruitment will turn out to be a never-ending process as the examination is scheduled on 19-08-2023.”
“When the yardstick of minimum chest size is not provided for other government jobs involving comparable or more physical activity, one does not see any rhyme or reason behind the criterion in question, particularly for female candidates.”
Supreme Court said that B.Ed. is not a qualification for teachers at Primary level of schooling. The pedagogical skills and training required from a teacher at Primary level is not expected from a B.Ed. trained teacher.
“When the position of law is almost identical everywhere in the other States and when the benefit of Annual Increment is given to such employees, then denial of such benefits to the petitioners would amount to violation of their right of equality enshrined under Article 14 of the Constitution.”
Due to non-payment of salary and non-consideration of petitioner’s representation for four years, all of his family members had suffered mentally and financially.
Supreme Court will be examining the validity of exorbitant enrolment fees charged by State Bar Councils
Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings against the petitioner based only on inspection report is arbitrary.
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Delhi High Court: In a case filed by a father of a student (‘petitioner’) challenging the validity and constitutionality of a Circular
Chhattisgarh High Court: In a writ petition filed for quashing of the notification dated 21.6.2016, whereby the State Government has amended the
Kerala High Court: In a disturbing case where a German National, who came to India on a 1-year visa for NGO volunteer
[“In the present recruitment, females have succeeded in huge numbers, and it appears that unsuccessful male candidates are not able to cope up with the fact that females have overnumbered them in merit. It is an example of ‘male chauvinism’ which is unacceptable in twenty first century.”]
The factum of the recommendation and its acceptance was kept a secret from public and students at large, until the fag end and on the very date the results were declared, it was disclosed to the students. This clearly shows the arbitrariness and lapse on the part of the Board to keep the students in the dark about the weightage formula adopted for preparation of final result.
Supreme Court: The 3-Judge Bench comprising of Dr. Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud*, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath, JJ., affirmed the impugned order of
“When the undeniable facts, including the traffic blockage due to agitation, are taken into consideration, the State alone remains responsible for not providing smooth passage of traffic.”
Orissa High Court: A Division Bench of S.K. Mishra and Savitri Ratho, JJ., dismissed the petition being devoid of merits. The instant