Punjab and Haryana High Court
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The Court stated that it is a settled law that after an employee’s retirement, the master and servant relationship ceases to operate. If any action is required to be taken after the retirement of an ex-employee, then same can always be taken when there is an express authority of law and provision of law.

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court
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The Court pointed out that the petitioner could have been detained only under Section 8 (1)(a-1) of the PSA and not under Section 8(1)(a) of the PSA, as both the clauses (a) and (a-1) operate in different fields

Punjab and Haryana High Court
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Petitioner contended that such discrimination between petitioner and other assesses who were supplying any other goods/service to related persons, being arbitrary and without any rational nexus, is violative of Article 14 and Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution.

Delhi High Court
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“Petitioner is seeking to retain an advantage for the registered unrecognized political parties to get continued access to a particular free symbol and therefore indirectly converting a free symbol into a reserved symbol.”

Orissa High Court
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The policy of the State Government which disqualifies a ‘married’ daughter and excludes her from consideration for compassionate appointment, apart from being arbitrary and discriminating, is a retrograde step.

madras high court
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“Regulations and Byelaws framed under Section 204 IBC clearly provide checks and balances. Therefore, it cannot be said to be confirmation of excessive or unbridled power”

calcutta high court
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Respondent authorities are instructed to proceed with the tender process based on the original tender document.

madras high court
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The relationship between the government and the Law Officer is purely a professional relationship and not that of a master and servant

Personal Guarantors in IBC
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“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”

calcutta high court
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The petitioner’s request for transfer of service for personal reasons deemed justified on humanitarian grounds under the principles of ‘Natural Justice’.

delhi high court
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“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.”

madras high court
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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

madras high court
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“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.”

rajasthan high court
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“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.”

b.ed. graduates ineligible
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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.

rajasthan high court
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“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.”

madras high court
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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.

Enrolment fees
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Supreme Court will be examining the validity of exorbitant enrolment fees charged by State Bar Councils

Allahabad High Court
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Allahabad High Court said that the proceedings against the petitioner based only on inspection report is arbitrary.

Allahabad High Court
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    Allahabad High Court: In a public interest litigation petition instituted under Article 226 of the Constitution of India challenging the