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‘Pension cannot be denied without authority by law’

September 01, 2013

Treating a citizen’s right to receive pension and gratuity as right to property, the Supreme Court has ruled that no government employee can be deprived of this right even if departmental or criminal proceedings are pending against him. …

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Give mentally-disabled a suitable job: SC  Hindustantimes.com

New Delhi, August 19, 2013

State administration cannot dispense with or reduce rank of a government servant if he or she acquires disability including mental illness or retardation during service, the Supreme Court has ruled. …

‘Acquittal is not clean chit for dismissed cops’  Times of India

Aug 13, 2013

MUMBAI: Acquittal in a criminal case would not automatically lead to a clean chit in the departmental action and reinstatement, the Bombay high court told two dismissed constables. Eighteen years after two ex-CISF constables were nabbed for allegedly allowing material to be taken out of the Jawaharlal Nehru Port unauthorizedly, a division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Gautam Patel rejected their application to be reinstated after their acquittal. …

Government staff can’t avoid transfers, says high court  Times of India

Aug 10, 2013

CHENNAI: An Army engineer, who succeeded in nixing his first transfer in 2011 by approaching the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), failed to earn similar relief a second time with the CAT as well as the Madras high court saying there was no scope for interference in routine transfers…

Soldier taking toilet break during working hours should be considered on duty: Tribunal Times of India

Jul 26, 2013

CHANDIGARH: A soldier taking a loo break during work hours should be deemed on duty for the nation, the armed forces tribunal (AFT) in Chandigarh said on Thursday while ordering Rs 10 lakh compensation for a jawan’s widow. …

CBI must consult dept concerned while filing PE: Law ministry

Jul 10, 2013

NEW DELHI: The government concurs with the CBI that it should share information with the department concerned, with a source in law ministry saying that once the agency has registered a preliminary enquiry (PE) it is mandatory to seek information on an accused against whom it has to file a case. …

Employees can’t claim VRS benefit as matter of right: Supreme Court

Jul 5, 2013

No employee, as a matter of right, can seek the benefits of voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) and the decision-taking power lies only with the employer firm, the Supreme Court has held.

“A voluntary retirement scheme introduced by a company, does not entitle an employee as a matter of right to the benefits of the scheme,” a bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir said. …

 
     
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