Started by avani at 8:30 p.m. on 02 March 13
MR FRIEND WAS POSTED IN A ZONAL OFFICE OF A CENTRAL GOVT ATTACHED OFFICE SITUATED IN HIMACHAL PRADESH. HE WAS TRAPED BY HP STATE VIGILANCE. CAN HE BE INVESTIGATE AND CHARGESHEETED UNDER P C ACT BY THE STATE VIGILANCE.
Started by Anonymous User at 6:33 p.m. on 02 March 13
High Court grants an ex parte "status quo" at the time of filing of the writ. It is not renewed after the appearance of the respondent. Can this status quo be considered a stay of proceedings for the respondents till the decision of the writ petition?
To help in the matter the case of Union of India Vs. Era Educational Trust, 2000(5) SCC 57 may be cited as under-
“(6) MAY be that Order XXXIX of the Civil Procedure Code would not be applicable at the stage of granting interim relief in a petition under Article 226 or 227 of the Constitution, but at the same time various principles laid down under Order XXXIX for granting ad interim or interim reliefs are required to be taken into consideration."
Order 39, Rule 1,2 and 3A are clear on the issue. But the High Court refuses to accept that and holds that the stay once granted continues till the decision of the writ. Can anyone help to find the Supreme Court view as to how long can an ex parte status quo granted in writ U/A 226 continue without being challenged by the respondent.
Started by Anonymous User at 11:23 p.m. on 01 March 13
I need a CAP certificate ( Children of Armed Forces),for my daughter who is appearing for the intermediate second year and intend to sit for EAMCET, from the Zilla Sainik Welfare officer.I am fulfilling all the conditions
Priorities Under CAP Quota :
CAP - Children of Armed Personnel
As per G.O.Ms No 192, Higher Education (EC-32) Department, dated 26.08.1993 following are the priorities to be followed for admission under CAP quota
Priority 1 : Children of Armed Forces personnel, BSF personnel and CRPF personnel killed in action.
Priority 2 : Children of Armed Forces personnel, BSF personnel and CRPF personnel disabled in action and invalidated out from services on medical grounds.
Priority 3 : Children of Armed Forces personnel, BSF personnel and CRPF personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards, the order of merit for consideration of the Gallantry Awards being as given below
Armed Forces Personnel
a. Param Veer Chakra, b. Ashok Chakra, c. Sarvotham Yudha Seva Medal, d. Mahavir Chakra, e. Kirti Chakra, f. Utham Seva Medal, g. Vir Chakra, h. Shourya Chakra, i. Yudha Seva Medal, j. Sena/Nau Sena/Vayu Sena Medal, k. Mention in dispatches
President's Police and Fire Services Medal for Gallantry
President's Police Medal for Gallantry
Police Medal for Gallantry
Priority 4 : Children of other Ex-Service men, BSF Personnel and CRPF Personnel.
Children who do not come under any of the priorities 1 to 4 under this category shall not be eligible for consideration under this quota.
If there is more than one candidate in a particular group in the order of priority indicated above, the selection shall be based on the rank at EAMCET.
This reservation shall be available only to the Ex-Service Men, armed Personnel etc who resided for a minimum period of five years in Andhra Pradesh within the ambit if G.O.P No. 646, dated 10.07.1979 (Six point formula) and G.O.Ms No. 370, dated 18.10.1994.
The children of ex-service men and service men residing in the state of Andhra Pradesh seeking admission shall, in support of their claim, submit a residence certificate signed by the Mandal Revenue Officer (MRO) from where the candidate claims the resident of his parent.
Candidates seeking admission under this category should submit documentary evidence in support of their claim from competent defence BSF/CRPF authority.
- See more at: http://www.netbadi.in/reservation-quotas.html?start=1#sthash.glJSLDds.dpuf
Started by pawarkarunesh at 12:20 a.m. on 01 March 13
on an application given by a party whether the appellate authority(in absence of specific provison of review under the act) can review its order on the ground that the party moving review application was not heard?
Started by Anonymous User at 9:56 p.m. on 28 Feb. 13
This is inform to your kind authority that I was low paid employee working under “Sashastra Seema Bal” which comes under “Ministry of Home Affairs” as an AFO(Tech) since 1995. My job entails photography of various events. Since November 2005 I made complaint against corruptions at very places of said department.
The details of complaints against corruption at a very high places & how I was targeted after exposing corruptions is mentioned below as under.
1. Complaint against Add. District Judge, Patiala House, Smt. Ina Malhotra W/O former, Inspector General, Shri: Yashwant Malhotra in SSB against illegal construction in Flat No. D1/11, Satya Marg, Chanakya Puri. Hon’ble Justice Marakande Katju and Jaipal Reddy, Union Urban Development Minister took note and the illegal structures were demolished. Enclosed and Marked as:- Annexure- ‘A’.
2. Complaint against Yashwant Malhotra, EX-IG, SSB to Ministry of Home affairs for misuse of Government man power for construction of unauthorized structure in the above flat.
3. Writ Petition 2113 of 2006 against Yashwant Malhotra, Ex-IG, SSB for illegal CGHS reimbursement for Pensioner mother. He was forced to return over Rs. 10 lacs after filing of this writ and Ministry of Home affairs has repatriated him to BIHAR. Judgement copy enclosed and Marked as:- Annexure- ‘B’
4. Writ Petition 3912 of 2006 against Himanshu Kumar, Ex- DG, SSB, S.K.Bhagat, Ex-IG, SSB, Mukesh Sahay, Ex-IG,SSB and J.S. Chambial, Ex-DIG, SSB etc., for misusing of SSB Central Welfare Fund. Enclosed and Marked as:- Annexure- ‘C’. However undersigned couldn’t fought the said case further properly due of lack of money & support.
5. Complaint to Union Home Secretary against B.B. Dash, Ex-DIG, SSB for illegal gratification. Enclosed & Marked as:- Annexure- ‘D’.
6. Complaint to Hon’ble Justice A.S. Anand, Chairman NHRC against Institutional Harassment of the undersigned for filing said complaints. Hon’ble NHRC was pleased to issue notice to Ministry of Home Affairs. Enclosed and Marked as Annexure:- ‘E’
7. Complaint to Hon’ble Speaker Shri Somnath Chaterjee against the same. Ministry of Home Affairs asked to look into the complaint. Enclosed and Marked as Annexure:- ‘F’.
8. Refer to “HINDUSTAN TIMES” dated 12/11/06 and judgement dated 09/03/07. A fake police complaint filed by S.C. KATOCH, IG, SSB the details of which were not divulged to undersigned till date. Enclosed and Marked as Annexure- ‘G & H’.
ACTION TAKEN AGAINST THE UNDERSIGNED AFTER FILING COMPLAINTS & WRIT PETITIONS by ‘Sashastra Seema Bal’ WHICH COMES UNDER ‘MHA’
A). Refer to Sr. No. 05 (Above). Out of several complaints & Writ petitions the said department initiated two Nos. of Departmental enquiries against the undersigned on my complaint dated 14/11/2005 addressed to Union Home Secretary, MHA. However preliminary enquiry was conducted against me by S.K. Bhagat, Ex-IG, SSB & who was also respondent in my writ petition No. 3912 of 2006 during that time. The undersigned was not given sufficient opportunity to prove his contentions and clean chit ( the copy of Enquiry along with Annexure were not divulged to the under signed till date) was given to B.B. Dash, Ex-DIG, SSB who along with other corrupt IPS officers managed to sought permission from “Ministry of Home Affair” to file criminal as well as civil defamation U/S 500/501 of IPC against the undersigned & which is pending before Hon’ble of PRASHANT SHARMA, MM of Saket District court vide CC No. CC/1714/1/08 and in the Court of Mukesh Kr Gupta, Tis Hazari court, ADJ vide CS No. 114/10/06 Such Ministry was also pleased to accord to appoint a Public Prosecutor to B.B. Dash, Ex-DIG, SSB in terms of para4(c) of Sec-199 of CrPC. However the Departmental Enquiry was also initiated simultaneously from Purnia, Bihar & thus Ex-party decision was accorded to the undersigned by “REMOVAL FROM GOVT. SERVICES”.
Started by Anonymous User at 9:50 p.m. on 28 Feb. 13
can a intrim custody be avail on the ground of education
Started by Anonymous User at 1:54 a.m. on 28 Feb. 13
Tukaram Naagthane --versus-- Grampanchayat Sawartgao Mhlj 1989 535
Started by Anonymous User at 5:46 p.m. on 26 Feb. 13
i was selected by public service commission reported to join my duties,but medical board wrongly declared me unfit, because they were unaware of modified rules of medical examination .I challenged the report and was examined again my higher board and they declared me fit.But It took one long year for doing all these formalities and I lost one year of service.In our service rules we are given time bound promotion after doing DPC.Due to delay in joining in service i will be getting late promotion .even when there is no fault of mine.Can I claim to include that one year to be part of my service and to be considered for promotion with my batch.Will the judgement of Central Administrative Tribunal - Allahabad
U.P. Bhakta Aged About 38 Years, ... vs Union Of India Through Defence ... on 19 January, 2011,By Hon ble Mr. Justice S.C. Sharma, Member-J,---second judgement in case of Naveen Kumar Jha vs Union Of India And Ors on 2 Delhi High Court
November, 2012 by HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE PRADEEP NANDRAJOG
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MANMOHAN SINGH
and Another judgement IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
% Date of Decision: November 02, 2012
+ W.P.(C) 3827/2012
NAVEEN KUMAR JHA ..... Petitioner Represented by: Mr.Ankur Chhibber, Advocate.
UNION OF INDIA AND ORS ..... Respondent Represented by: Mr.Himanshu
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE PRADEEP NANDRAJOG
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MANMOHAN SINGH
Will all these judgemnt are helpful in my case ,what benefit can I claim from hon'ble court
Started by Anonymous User at 5:29 p.m. on 26 Feb. 13
Should a husband give maintenance or settlement even if the wife with the crooked motive just to get money in form of claim or maintenance with 1 time settlement. she want divorce as she doesn't want to live with husband even before nuptial marriage,
Started by Rakesh Agrawal at 5:36 a.m. on 26 Feb. 13
M/s. Simran Music Company Versus Prit Brar & Ors Suit No 561/2007 passed by HMJ G.S.Sistani Judge of Delhi High Court