Disqualification for having more than 2 children
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Rule 24(4) of the Rajasthan Police Subordinate Service Rules, 1989 provides that “no candidate shall be eligible for appointment to the service who has more than two children on or after 01-06-2002”.

bombay high court
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Bombay High Court took note of the fact that the petitioner was already employed as a Police Constable under the ‘Sports Category’ much before the date of advertisement, which was on respondents’ record.

Ground for denying appointment
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The exception for trivial errors or omissions is based on the reason that ‘law does not concern itself with trifles’, based on the legal maxim- ‘De minimis non curat lex’.

madras high court
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Madras High Court said that the authorities failed to consider that there are no other criminal antecedents against the petitioner and this particular crime has nothing to do with any criminal implication, as he had only exercised his fundamental right to protest by participating in the protest organized by his fellow students and it will not have any implication as to the nature of the job for which he has applied.

Gauhati High Court
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Gauhati High Court:In a case relating to suo motu Public Interest Litigation (PIL) against the police atrocities, which took place at Paltan

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Supreme Court: In a case where a Constable’s name was recommended by the Superintendent of Police but the same was dropped down

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Supreme Court: The Bench of K.M. Joseph and S. Ravindra Bhat, JJ. while addressing the matter, observed that, Public service – like

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Bombay High Court: Sandeep K. Shinde, J., granted anticipatory bail to a constable accused of rape and other offences as detailed below.

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Involvement of a member of the police service in a heinous crime, if established, has a direct bearing on the confidence of society in the police.

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Jharkhand High Court: The Bench of Ananda Sen, J. set aside a punishment order issued against a police constable in departmental proceedings,