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violative of the Presidential Order issued under Article 371D of the Constitution is correct. 2. Background facts in a nutshell ... dispute is concerned. Article 371-D so far as relevant reads as follows:- "371D.(1) The President may by order
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Union Of India vs R. Gandhi on 11 May, 2010 Author
Supreme Court of India
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pure question of law depending upon the interpretation of Article 371D. If the argument holds good, it will make
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 17 - Cited by 21 - S Hegde - Full Document
Andhra Pradesh is beyond the scope and object of Article 371D ; (5) Declaring Note 2 of Rule
Supreme Court of India
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AIR 1989 SC 48
- R Misra - Full Document
Tribunal in theState in exercise of the powers under Article 371D of theConstitution of India, the said writ petition stoodtransferred ... therefore, are liable tobe struck down as violative of Articles 14 and 16 of theConstitution of India. It was also
Supreme Court of India
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AIR 2003 SC 43
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section 28 of the Administrative Tribunal Act, 1985 and Article 371D clause 7 exclude the jurisdiction of the High Courts ... validity of Clauses 2(d) and 3(d) of Articles 323A and 323B respectively were challenged as being against
Central India Law Quarterly
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this Court. It is common knowledge that when Article 371D(5) was declared ultra vires, number of writ petitions were ... claimed by the seniors on that basis. Therefore, Article 39(A) has no application to such a situation. The same
Supreme Court of India
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1996 SCC (7) 11
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under paragraph 3(1) of the Presidential Order. Article 371D, however was inserted in the Constitution by the Constitution (32nd ... matter of public employment. Clause (2) of Article 371D enables the President of India, to provide in the order, requiring
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 5 - Cited by 8 - Pattanaik - Full Document
order made by the President under Clause (3) of Article 371D. (g) contain such supplemental, incidental and consequential provisions (including ... orders of such Tribunals. (3) the provisions of this Article shall have effect notwithstanding anything to the contrary
Madras High Court
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(1991) IILLJ 92 Mad
- A Anand - Full Document
Supreme Court of India M.P. High Court Bar Association vs Union Of India And
Supreme Court of India
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