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Polygamy not integral part of Islam: SC   Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Feb 10, 2015
NEW DELHI: Although their personal law permits men to have four wives, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a Muslim’s fundamental right to profess Islam did not include practicing polygamy. …

Supreme Court orders retirement for corrupt LIC cashier who embezzled Rs 533   Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Jan 7, 2015
NEW DELHI: No sympathy should be shown to any government employee indulging in corruption and the person should be dismissed from his job, the Supreme Court has held while awarding compulsory retirement to a Life Insurance Corporation of India cashier for misappropriating Rs 533 twenty-five years ago. …

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Surrogacy not a hurdle for maternity leave: High court   Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Jan 7, 2015
KOCHI: The Kerala high court on Tuesday declared that women who seek the help of surrogate mothers are eligible for maternity benefits and held that they cannot be discriminated against. …

SC jails man for 1 year for stealing jackfruit tree    Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Nov 18, 2014
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court awarded one year jail term to former managing director of Kerala State Handicapped Persons Welfare Corporation for theft of a 40-year-old jackfruit tree belonging to government in 1996. …
More: Punishment under Section 13 of the Prevention of Corruption Act – SC Judgment dated 14.11.2014 – Anotony Cardoza Vs. State of Kerala

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15 Nov 2014
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Married woman can get father’s job: Madras HC    Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Nov 7, 2014
CHENNAI: Why is it that a married daughter of a deceased government employee is not eligible for appointment under compassionate grounds, whereas a married son is eligible, the Madras high court has wondered. …

‘Employees cannot be treated differently for age of retirement’    Thehindu.com
Oct 4, 4014
“It is trite law that equals shall be treated as equals and in its application to public service, this simply means that once several persons have become members of one service, whether by promotion or length of service, they stand as equals and cannot, thereafter, be invidiously differentiated for purposes of salary, seniority, promotion or retirement,” the Supreme Court has held. …

Seniors’ nod must to probe top officials, CBI says  Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
May 14, 2014
NEW DELHI: The CBI on Tuesday asked its officers to take permission of the additional director, special director or the agency’s chief before beginning investigation against any joint secretary and above rank officers in the government. …
See copy of the Judgement >>>
SC Judgment dated 06.05.2014 – Dr. Subramanian Swamy Vs. Director, Central Bureau of Investigation & Anr. >>> Court Judgments

CVC should decide on investigating a bureaucrat: Yogendra Narain  Business-standard.com
May 10, 2014
The Supreme Court recently held that Section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment (DSPE) Act is invalid, allowing the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to initiate investigations against senior bureaucrats without the government’s permission. Yogendra Narain, former general-secretary of the Rajya Sabha and ex-chief secretary of Uttar Pradesh, speaks to Manavi Kapur about the perils of this decision …

CBI can investigate corruption charges against top babus without govt nod: SC  Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
May 6, 2014
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a single directive provision which barred CBI from investigating corruption charges against joint secretary and above rank officers without prior permission of the Centre. …

Forest officer denied promotion gets relief from Central Administrative Tribunal  Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Apr 10, 2014
CHENNAI: A government servant cannot be penalized by withholding his promotion because of an inordinate delay on the part of government to initiate disciplinary proceedings, the Central Administrative Tribunal has said. …

Trial of govt officers can’t be quashed for sanction error: SC   Business-standard.com
April 1, 2014
Any error or irregularity in granting sanction by the government to conduct trial against its officials in corruption cases cannot be a ground to quash the criminal proceedings, the Supreme Court has said.
Holding that requirement of sanction is designed just to check on frivolous and mischievous cases being filed against officials, a bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam said a government servant cannot allowed to take undue advantage of it. …  

Punishment must be given according to charges: SC   Hindustantimes.com
Jan 27, 2014
ORDER The bench set aside the removal order of railway medical officer Dr Ishwar Chandra Jayaswal on charges of taking petty bribes
NEW DELHI: Stating that the punishment imposed on delinquent public officer should be commensurate with the articles of charge leveled against them, the Supreme Court has set aside the order of removal of a railway medical officer from service twenty three years ago for taking a meagre bribe of Rs.44. …

Relevant SC Judgement >>> SC Judgment dated 03.01.2014 – Ishwar Chandra Jayaswal Vs. Union of India & Ors.

 
     
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