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The Central Administrati...

Allahabad High Court raps...

The Allahabad High Court has pulled up the Central government for conspicuously remaining absent in a case, despite two notices being issued to them for the same during previous hearings.

Justice BV Nagarathna: In...

Justice Nagarathna was born on 30th October, 1962 in Mandya District, Karnataka and has done most of her schooling from Delhi.

Increasing vacancies at C...

“Justice Delayed is Justice Denied”, as idealistic the quote may sound, is equally applicable in practice, the continued pendencies in courts not only degrade the aggrieved of their rights to justice and speedy remedy, but also tend to make the public lose their confidence in the guarantors of rights, which is the Judicial arm of the government.

Supreme Court says distin...

The Court dismissed the appeal filed by NDMC and ordered that AYUSH doctors are entitled to their full salary arrears and that must be disbursed within eight weeks from the date of the order

Supreme Court to consider...

The Supreme Court on Thursday has agreed to consider an appeal filed by a woman challenging the High Court order which had turned down her appeal seeking maternity leave as her newborn biological child, not her first child as she is having two surviving children (stepchildren) from her second marriage.

Pleas against Punjab DGP ...

The Punjab and Haryana High Court today gave a big relief to the Punjab government and the DGP of the state Dinkar Gupta. Dinkar Gupta will continue to be the DGP of Punjab.

Supreme Court rejects app...

The Supreme Court has refused to consider the petition of an Indian Revenue Service official, challenging the government's decision for compulsory retirement. The court asked the petitioner to go to the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) for relief.

Letter to Central Tribuna...

The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Kolkata has directed the postal authorities to consider an application from an educated man who had lost his job in the pandemic and has no source of income to feed his family.

Delhi HC dismisses petiti...

Js Jyoti Singh that “jurisdiction conferred on High Courts under Article 226 of the Constitution of India is an inviolable basic framework of our Constitution, however, with respect to service matters of the employees covered under the Act, High Courts cannot exercise jurisdiction in the first instance."

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