Examination for the recruitment for the post of ‘Police Sub-Inspector (Civil)’ previously conducted on 21-01-2021, was marred by irregularities such as paper leakages, which necessitated the decision of the Govt. to order a re-examination.
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.
The Supreme Court observed that if the State Government is so conscious or interested in taking action against land grabbers, it is the discretion of the State Government to bring or better the appropriate legislation with the definition of ‘land grabber’, ‘land grabbing’ and ‘land grabbing cases’.
“The Supreme Court held that the lands covered by the special orders issued under Section 4 of PLPA have all the trappings of forest lands within the meaning of Section 2 of the 1980 Forest Act and, therefore, the State Government or competent authority cannot permit its use for non-forest activities without the prior approval of the Central Government with effect from 25-10-1980.”
Madras High Court dismissed Public Interest Litigation challenging the Government order warranting Adhaar authentication services in the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd., from persons availing electricity subsidy in Tamil Nadu.
It is inclusion not exclusion, equality not inequality and democracy not executive fiat that runs as a common thread throughout our Constitution. In a society as diverse as ours it has been the endeavour of our Constitutional Courts to further strengthen this thread.
Madras High Court: S M Subramaniam, J. observing that it is painful to pen down that the colonial slavery system
Madras High Court: B Pugalendhi J. allowed the family pension to be given to the daughter ‘petitioner’ arising out of the employment
Madras High Court: S. M Subramaniam, J. upheld the government order that stated, the Degree of B.Sc (Biochemistry) awarded by
Madras High Court: A Division Bench of Munishwar Nath Bhandari and N Mala JJ. dismissed the plea seeking direction to
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of N. Kirubakaran and B. Pugalendhi, JJ., while addressing the present matter, expressed that, If the
Central Administrative Tribunal, Ernakulam: The Coram of P. Madhavan (Judicial Member) and K.V. Eapen (Administrative Member) disposed the application denying relief to
Jammu and Kashmir High Court: Ali Mohammad Magrey, J. dismissed a Writ Petition on the basis of formal closure of ‘Rehbar-e-Taleem Teachers’
Patna High Court: A Bench of Madhuresh Prasad, J. dismissed a civil writ petition filed by a government employee seeking transfer of