The primary duty of the office of a Judge is to render justice to the litigants by deciding the cases that are assigned to him and a Judge appointed under Article 224 of the Constitution of India is as much under oath to perform this duty, as a Judge appointed under Article 217.
Supreme Court said that the Home Guards shall be entitled to the periodical rise which may be available to the Police personnel of the State and the DCA to be paid to the Home Guards be periodically increased taking into consideration the minimum of the pay to which the Police personnel of the State are entitled considering periodical increase from time to time.
Article 14 of the Constitution of India has withstood the temperts of classification and discrimination, but the emerging disparity to regulate the condition of pension as a result of service ought not to obliterate the object of equality in a level playing field.
Supreme Court: In an appeal filed against the judgment of the Delhi High Court, wherein the Court has set aside
Supreme Court: In the case where the Gujarat High Court had ordered the absorption of persons employed in a temporary unit, by
Tripura High Court: S. Talpatra, J. disposed of the petition holding that the discretion lies with the respondents to provide job for
Framing of any scheme is no function of the Court and is the sole prerogative of the Government.
Tripura High Court: Akil Kureshi, CJ., dismissed a writ petition which was filed by the petitioner praying for regularizing her in service
Supreme Court: In a case where the Allahabad High Court passed orders from time to time to secure presence of the public
Supreme Court: In the matter where an illegally terminated workman had sought reinstatement claiming preference over other persons being a “retrenched workman”
Gujarat High Court: A petition filed by the aggrieved under Articles 14, 16 and 226 of the Constitution, for denial of pensionary
High Court of Judicature at Madras: A Single Judge Bench comprising of M.S Ramesh, J., recently addressed a writ petition under Article
Delhi High Court: In a writ petition under Article 226 before the Delhi High Court, the petitioner sought the relief of continuation as
Supreme Court: In the PIL relating to lack of basic amenities in the Bandipora District Court affecting the proper functioning of Courts