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Jul 26 2006 (HC)

Rajasthan Ground Water Subordinate Service Association and ors. Vs. St ...

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : RLW2006(4)Raj3400

..... of rs. 5500-10500 to the post of technical assistant. the government thereupon called for further details from the chief engineer who submitted a comparative chart of both the posts indicating the procedure for recruitment, minimum educational qualification, earlier pay scale, revised pay scale. the chief engineer vide letter ..... qualifications prescribed for appointment and the functional responsibilities and therefore commission recommended that these posts may be placed in the replacement scale of pay corresponding to rs. 2000-3599 in place of 1640- 2900. it was pursuant to acceptance of such recommendation of the fifth pay commissioner by ..... matters with restraint and interfere only when they are satisfied that the decision of the government is patently irrational, unjust and prejudicial to a section of employees and the government while taking the decision has ignored factors which are material and relevant for a decision in the matter. even ..... help of which he has contended that two posts were always in the similar scale of pay in the pay scale rules, 1969,1976, 1983, 1987 and 1989. it was for the first time that under the rules of 1998 the state government granted the scale of rs. ..... p.v. hariharan and anr. : [1997]2scr1050 while examining similar question, observed as under:it is the function of the government which normally acts on the recommendations of a pay commission. change of pay scale of a category has a cascading effect. several other categories similarly situated, as well .....

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Nov 16 1984 (HC)

S.K. Ghosh and 7 ors. Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1985(1)WLN65

..... service rules were further amended in 1979 to substitute the words' senior personal assistant' and 'personal assistant' for the than existing words 'selection grade stenographers' and 'senior stenographers', respectively. no corresponding amendment was made in the high court staff rules, or the 1969 rules to maintain and preserve the parity of pay-scales between the personal assistants in the government secretariat ..... . the petitioners' case is and the learned advocate general in his written arguments admits it, that the situation as it emerged it) 1983 on the commencement of the rajasthan civil services (revised pay scales) rules, 1983, is depicted by the comparative table as follows:government secretariat high court (1) (2) (3) (1) (2) (3)serial name of the number serial name of the ..... in the high court in the same measure and from the same date as in the case of senior stenographers and stenographers in the government secretariat. the relevant entries in section f are as under:name of the pay-scale under the pay-scale under the post 1961 rules 1961 rules 2 3 4personal assistants 15 5-485 with a minimum ..... the high court and private secretaries to commissioners and secretaries to government in pay scales from 1950 to 1973, i have no hesitation to hold that the state government has acted arbitrarily in ignoring the proposal of the chief justice. the plain truth is that the state government is no longer prepared to abide by the age-old principle of parity .....

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May 09 1974 (HC)

Arun Kumar Modi and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1974WLN476

..... court was not justified in calling for the records of the public service commission and going through the nothings made by various officers in the commission as well as the correspondence that passed between the commission and the government. the high court overlooked the fact that the government sought the assistance of the commission and not that of the high ..... interviewed batches of candidates simultaneously and the composition of the said boards was changed from litre to time and there was neither any common criteria for a consideration of the comparative merits of all the candidates.4) that neither the practical experience of the petitioners who had worked in dispensaries of the stare government for a considerable period nor heigher ..... the state government took some time in dispensing with the services of ail the concerned temporary employees it is well settled that there must be a conscious discrimination before the act challenged as discriminatory is struck down. in the present cases the state government actually rectified its mistake during the pendency of these writ petitions in this court and there could ..... large number of candidates appear the aforesaid procedure is adopted, yet uniformity of standard is normally ensured now in this matter, the commission nominated two of its members who acted as presiding officers of two selection boards and each one of them was assisted by a departmental representative and two experts, and in order to maintain the uniformity of standard .....

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Jun 27 1971 (HC)

Capt. T.B.S. Thapar Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1971WLN505

..... in the junior scale on march 29, 1966. he was therefore entitled to draw rs. 980/- as his pay in the senior scale from that date for that was the corresponding stage in accordance with part b of the table of rule 13a. i have no hesitation in holding therefore that the petitioner was entitled to draw rs. 980/- on and ..... post in the senior scale after the first day of july 1959, he shall draw pay in the senior scale, at the stage in part 'b' of the said table, corresponding to the stage of the pay he would have drawn in the junior scale from time to time but for his appointment to the post in the senior scale.tablepart ..... .19. i have kept this argument of the learned counsel in mind all through but i am not really called upon to examine it closely on the basis of the comparative terms of appointment of officers recruited from different sources because, as i have stated, the rules have clearly been made applicable to the case of the personnel of the defence .....

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Oct 28 2014 (HC)

Jeet Mal Vs. Hans Raj

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

..... stands established in the present case. so far as the issue of partial eviction is concerned, under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the act a restriction has been put on eviction based on comparative hardship and the law further provides that where the court is satisfied that no hardship would be caused either ..... for asha ram for pipe fitting and related goods hardware, paints, electricity goods etc.and the room above the shop was required for accounts and correspondence etc.for being put to said use; it was also claimed that the plaintiff wants to construct underground under the shop for storing pipes and heavy ..... be decreed in toto. i have considered the rival submissions made by learned counsel for the parties. the plaintiff filed the suit on 22.03.1983, inter alia, specifically pleading bona fide requirement of his son asha ram and it was claimed that he had failed in his 10th exam and ..... the person, whose bona fide requirement is pleaded, is not expected to sit idle for the entire period of litigation, which in the present case is continuing since 1983 i.e.over 31 years.reliance was placed on smt. samkubai & ors.v.hajarimal dhokalchand chandak & ors.: air1999sc3089 ravindra kumar & anr.v.ms.shrinath complex ..... dated 28.09.2012 to the application has been filed 5 by the plaintiff, inter alia, contending that the suit was filed on 03.03.1983 for the bona fide necessity of avinash, who was unemployed and wanted to set up business of sanitary ware and electrical goods, the decree for .....

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Oct 28 2014 (HC)

Hans Raj and ors Vs. Jeet Mal and ors

Court : Rajasthan Jodhpur

..... stands established in the present case. so far as the issue of partial eviction is concerned, under sub-section (2) of section 14 of the act a restriction has been put on eviction based on comparative hardship and the law further provides that where the court is satisfied that no hardship would be caused either ..... for asha ram for pipe fitting and related goods hardware, paints, electricity goods etc.and the room above the shop was required for accounts and correspondence etc.for being put to said use; it was also claimed that the plaintiff wants to construct underground under the shop for storing pipes and heavy ..... be decreed in toto. i have considered the rival submissions made by learned counsel for the parties. the plaintiff filed the suit on 22.03.1983, inter alia, specifically pleading bona fide requirement of his son asha ram and it was claimed that he had failed in his 10th exam and ..... the person, whose bona fide requirement is pleaded, is not expected to sit idle for the entire period of litigation, which in the present case is continuing since 1983 i.e.over 31 years.reliance was placed on smt. samkubai & ors.v.hajarimal dhokalchand chandak & ors.: air1999sc3089 ravindra kumar & anr.v.ms.shrinath complex ..... dated 28.09.2012 to the application has been filed 5 by the plaintiff, inter alia, contending that the suit was filed on 03.03.1983 for the bona fide necessity of avinash, who was unemployed and wanted to set up business of sanitary ware and electrical goods, the decree for .....

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May 22 2008 (HC)

Om Prakash Vs. Civil Judge (J.D.), Sri Doongargarh and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 2008(3)WLN309

..... to the proceedings, even after having arrived at a categorical conclusion that the question sought to be raised is not germane to the real lis between the parties and no corresponding relief has been sought by the plaintiff. the courts time cannot be permitted to be wasted for determination of the issues which are not required to be adjudicated upon for ..... of the case, i am fully satisfied that for determination of the lis between the parties, the issue nos. 2 and 11 with regard to reasonable bona fide necessity and comparative hardship are not required to be determined, therefore, the learned trial court has committed no error in passing the impugned order deleting the said issues.5. the position remains indisputable ..... manner that the question would now be if the plaintiff has terminated the tenancy from the mid-night of 30.04.2004 by serving a notice under section 106 of the transfer of property act.4. the defendant-petitioner has preferred this writ petition seeking to challenge deletion of issues nos. 2 and 12 essentially on the ground that the issues are ..... plaintiff for deleting issues nos. 2 and 12 framed respectively on the questions of reasonable and bona fide requirement of the plaintiff and comparative hardship with the submissions that the suit having been filed under the transfer of property act, such questions were not required to be determined in this case. another prayer was made for correction of typographical error of the .....

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Jul 23 1992 (HC)

The State of Rajasthan Vs. Khem Chand Sharma and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1992(2)WLC618; 1992(2)WLN185

..... submitted that inspite of grant of aforesaid four pay-scales of the officers of the rajasthan judicial service with effect from 13.8.1987, no corresponding change was made in the pay-scales of the officers of rajasthan higher judicial service and as a result thereof, for the first time since ..... in view the nature of duties, responsibilities and functions and, therefore, it is not a case where the court will have to evaluate and compare their comparative duties and functions and powers on the basis of affidavits and pleadings. it is not a case where a direction has been issued to the ..... . the learned single judge could not remedy this difficulty because that was not a typographical mistake and, therefore, he could not correct the judgment under section 152 c.p.c.36. it may be stated here that rajasthan civil services (revised pay scales) rules, 1987 lays down scales no. 30 and ..... magistrates 1600-2325(ii) addl. civil judges-cumchief judicial magistrates 1210-2040(iii) munsif cum judl. magistrate 1000-1800however, with effect from 20.4.1983, the posts of addl. civil judges-cum-chief judicial magistrates were upgraded and they were also granted pay scales equivalent to the civil judge- cum-chief ..... article 226 of the constitution. it can strike down an impugned rule on stated ground of invalidity and direct the authorities to reframe it and act accordingly but cannot itself reframe it and issue direction, order or writ on that basis without hearing the affected parties. in this case, so .....

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Dec 07 2007 (HC)

Kamal Kishore Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : RLW2008(1)Raj192

..... existing law relating to control of rent and eviction of premises.4. chapter 2 of the new act dealing with the revision of rent under section 6 and chapter viii dealing with repeal & saving clause under section 32 of the new act corresponding to section 6 of the old act, have much been debated in the second and third category of petitions and will be dealt with ..... act on the premises as indicated below by virtue of clauses (i), (ii) and sub-clauses (a ..... of eviction of tenants under section 9 of the new act are somewhat modified and a new provision has been made for a limited period of tenancy, which was not there in the old act. likewise, the grounds of eviction are almost similar except comparative hardship etc. apart from striking out the defence under section l3(j) of the old act, the most important addition in ..... the new act is about non-applicability of these provisions of chapter 2 and 3 of the old .....

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Sep 14 1987 (HC)

Kheta Vs. State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1987WLN(UC)534

..... dne nwj ls ns[kk [ksrk ds gkfk es dqygkm+h fkh a^^ appearing in the statement of dhulji pw 2 recorded under section 161, cr.pc are also in different ink. the comparative spacing in between the last sentence and the signature of the investigating officer appearing in this statement and than these of all other witnesses ..... highly unsafe to base conviction of the accused-appellant on his sole testimony:(1) admittedly, murder of hakji was committed during the night intervening 24th and 25th january, 1982 corresponding to maha vadi 14 (chaudas) and maha vadi amavas, s.y. 2039 at about 11.00 p.m. there was no moon light at that time of the ..... that it was received at 4 p.m. on 27-1-1982. no explanation has been offered for not sending immediately the fir to the magistrate as required under section 157, cr.pc.7. the statement of dhulji pw 2 is full of contradictions and inconsistencies. in his examination-in-chief, he says that he saw the accused ..... chandra, j.1. this is an appeal against the judgment of the learned sessions judge, banswara dated 26-7-1982 by which he convicted the accused-appellant under section 302, ipc and sentenced him to life imprisonment. the facts of the case giving rise to this appeal may be summarised thus.2. on 25-1-1982, at ..... appellant. as such he deserves to be acquitted.12. in the result, the appeal is allowed and the accused-appellant is acquitted of the offence punishable under section 302. ipc. he will be released for the with, if not wanted in any other case. .....

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