Supreme Court expressed that since the benefit was granted in further cases, the appellants could not be denied the same. However, the directions for application of instant judgment were kept very specific by the Court.
“Public authorities hold the public funds in trust. The public money cannot be allowed to be wasted by unjustified delays caused by the public authorities in discharge of their duties.”
The benefit of Domestic Help Allowance is a retirement benefit and hence it will be included in the expression ‘pension’ as occurring in Section 2(gg) of High Court Judges (Conditions of Service) Act 1954.
Bombay High Court observed that it is not appropriate for a Court to hold a mini trial at the stage of grant of temporary injunction.
“A “resignation” of a Public Office, when made with an intention of relinquishing the office, accompanied by an act relinquishment, then nothing further is required. Resignation once accepted, cannot be allowed to be withdrawn.” Observed the High Court
The requirement of the members to contribute at the rate of 1.16 per cent of their salary to the extent such salary exceeds Rs.15000/- per month as an additional contribution under the amended scheme has, however, been held to be ultra vires the provisions of the 1952 Act. The Court has given 6 months’ breather to the authorities make adjustments in the scheme.
Jharkhand High Court: Anubha Rawat Choudhary, J., while disposing of the instant petition filed against the order passed by the
Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT): Pradeep Kumar, Member (A) addressed the instant application wherein the widow of one Narayan Dutt, who was engaged
Gauhati High Court: Achintya Malla Bujor Barua J., while reiterating the principle laid down by Supreme Court, with respect to calculation and
Delay in lodging a complaint cannot be used as a ritualistic formula for doubting prosecution case Bombay High Court: K.R. Shriram, J., addressed
Gauhati High Court: The Bench of Michael Zothankhuma, J. dismissed a civil writ petition filed by a retired government employee seeking full
Calcutta High Court: In the matter where 71 petitioners had filed a writ application challenging the fixation of the cut-off date of