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Feb 07 2007 (TRI)

Chikkaramaiah S/O Mallaiah Vs. Senior Superintendent of Post

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

Decided on : Feb-07-2007

..... second charge sheet. the entire proceeding vitiates in view of the decision in state of madhya pradesh v. bani singh and ramesh chander v. municipal corporation of delhi reported in 1986 lic 736 delhi and state of punjab and ors. v. chaman lal goyal reported in (1995) scc (l & s) 541. (4) no proper opportunity was given to ..... the said chikkamaraiah borrowed moneys from the following persons at interest executing demand pronotes in violation of rules 16 and 17 of ccs (conduct) rules, 1964 and thereby acted in a manner unbecoming of a government servant in contravention of rule 3(1(iii) of ccs (conduct) rules, and address of the amount date of ..... v. bar council of kerala and ors. 31. it is the basis principle of law long settled that if the manner of doing a particular act is prescribed under any statute, the act must be done in that manner or not at all. the origin of this rule is traceable to the decision in taylor v. taylor which ..... court has held that when a certain procedure is required by constitution, that procedure should strictly be followed. if the manner of doing a particular act is prescribed under any statute, the act must be done in that manner or not at all. (7) disciplinary authority delayed enquiry since 1992 and the applicant was subjected to mental ..... 1. the above application is filed under section 19 of administrative tribunal's act, 1987 seeking for the following reliefs: (i) call for the records leading to the issuance of (1) charge sheet no. f3/7/93-94 dated .....

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Jul 02 2007 (TRI)

Ramesh Gill Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Chandigarh

Decided on : Jul-02-2007

Reported in : (2008)(1)SLJ42CAT

..... administrator cannot go beyond his powers notwithstanding the notification dated 1.11.1966 as that would be hit by law of excessive delegation. once enactment in the shape of punjab re-organization act is there, under the rules changing some conditions of service of employees of u.t. chandigarh can be framed and notificed either after being passed by the parliament or ..... his powers under article 309 except when a need is felt for an ordinance, which has limited scope and limited life. in the present case we find that the punjab reorganisation act was legislated by the parliament of the country itself. provisions of sections 87 and 89 were definitely transitory in nature authorizing adoption of law or some modification thereof for that ..... by nine judges bench, ramesh birch and ors. v. union of india and ors.last case law applicable to u.t. chandigarh was in detail discussed under the provisions of the constitution with reference to the provisions of the punjab re-organization act and extending the permissible limits of ..... by the president for central government. for arriving at such conclusions, we are placing reliance on judgments in the case of new delhi municipal council v. state of punjab and ors. rendered .....

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Apr 17 2007 (TRI)

J.T. Sulaxan Rao and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Apr-17-2007

Reported in : (2008)(1)SLJ1CAT

..... kashmir and anr. that there cannot be aquestion of any acquiescence in matters affecting constitutional rights or limitations.olga tellis and ors. v. bombay municipal corporation and ors. that there cannot be estoppel against the constitution with the following observations: 28. it is not possible to accept the contention ..... .18. learned counsel would also contend that as per the constitutional bench decision of the apex court in ajit singh v. state of punjab air 1999 sc 3471, seniority is a facet of fundamental right under article 161 of the constitution and any rule or regulation, which ..... protected and reckoned for the purposes of seniority in the merged category.104. we could have issued a mandamus directing official respondents to act in accordance with statutory rule and dopt instructions of 1986 to reckon the erstwhile service of incumbents of law commission and government advocates towards ..... of right for consideration of promotion is a reckoning cause of action and the application filed is within limitation under section 21 of administrative tribunals act, 1985. accordingly, the objection stands overruled.78. as far as the objection taken by the respondents as to agreement by the applicants, ..... is to beexercised judiciously without any arbitrariness or unreasonableness in the action. government as a model employer and as a welfare state should act to the welfare of the employees, which not only includes in the present cases the interest of incumbents of law commission but also .....

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Jan 12 2007 (TRI)

D.V. Badrinath and ors. Vs. Chairman, Railway Recruitment

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT

Decided on : Jan-12-2007

Reported in : (2007)(2)SLJ246CAT

..... private respondents also confirm the above view.13.2 the first citation produced by the applicants to counter the contention of the private respondents in amalapuram municipal council v. u. simhadri (supra). in this case, the selection process was amended adding a few more steps for the selection to be finalised ..... anr. v. state of karnataka and ors. .r.k. sabharwal and ors. v. state of punjab and ors. a. application of new rules when rules are changed after inviting applications but before the date of selection prospective effect.amalapuram municipal council and anr. v. u. sinhadri 1996(3) slj 99 (sc) : (1996) 10 scc ..... become statutory, as no law has been passed by the legislature on the subject matter. as article 309 specifically provides that till legislature passes such act, the president or any person that he may direct can make rules relating to service conditions, there is nothing wrong in railway board issuing the ..... rules regulating the recruitment and the conditions of service of persons appointed to such services, until provision in that behalf is made by or under an act of the legislature. in the two cases quoted by private respondent i.e. kuppuswamy v. state of tamil nadu and b.n.nagaraju v. ..... 2005.15.2 article 309 lays down that the recruitment and conditions of service are to be regulated by legislation by legislation by passing appropriate acts. but there is a provision stating that it shall be competent for the president or such person as he may direct in the case of .....

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Mar 08 2007 (TRI)

Shri Rakesh Nagar S/O Late Shri Vs. Union of India (Uoi) Through the

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Mar-08-2007

..... was impermissible in law. reliance was placed on k.r. deb v. collector, central excise, shillong 1980 (2) slr 488 shri prabhu dayal and ors. v. municipal corporation of delhi and ors. 1993 (ii) llj 380 (delhi h.c) chander singh v. delhi devt. authority and anr. 1996 (ii)/llj 713 (sc ..... division who did so in good faith under the impression that the salary slip brought before him was genuine. he submitted this fabricated salary slip to punjab national bank. he submitted a fabricated salary slip for the month of october, 2001 to syndicate bank. shri nagar prepared another fabricated salary slip for ..... be taken afresh'.3. the gravaman of the charge levelled there under was to the effect that applicant: took personal loans of rs. 94,000/- from punjab national bank, tolstoy bhawan, new delhi in october, 2001, rs. 1.00 lakh from syndicate bank, transport bhawan, parliament street, new delhi in january, ..... co. ltd v. jitendra prasad singh and anr. and anand regional coop. oil seeds growers' union ltd since penalty was imposed by the director, acting as disciplinary authority, though in fact he had been the appellate authority, applicant submitted his petition to respondent no. 1 raising various contentions including the aforesaid ..... not repeat such mistake in future and give no room for any complaint. for this act of kindness, i and my family members would retain grateful to you. i have paid back the loan taken from punjab national bank along with interest in full. an amount of rs. 1760/- only is .....

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Dec 07 2007 (TRI)

Dr. NitIn Kumar Son of Shri Rajpal Vs. Govt. of Nct of Delhi Through I ...

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Dec-07-2007

Reported in : (2008)(2)SLJ348CAT

..... stand.35. we may also take note of a recent decision of the hon'ble supreme court as appearing in 2007 air scw 6764 (jaswantsingh pratapsingh jadeja v. rajkot municipal corporation). the bench had indicated that the protection against arbitrary treatment might be available even for a probationer in certain extreme cases. the court had approved and accepted the observations ..... of probationers, and their services were terminated using the expression `dismissal'. the supreme court held that it was not a case of dismissal as such. similarly, in state of punjab andors. v. bhagwan singh cited by the counsel, the issue was whether there was a stigma when the discharge order indicated that the conduct of the officers was not satisfactory ..... apart from his juniors in the same service, a question of unfair discrimination may arise, notwithstanding the fact that in termination his service, the appointing authority was purporting to act in accordance with the terms of the employment. where a charge of unfair discrimination is levelled with specificity, or improper motives are imputed to the authority making the impugned order ..... as a non-renewal. reply disclosed that along with others similarly situated when the extension of their contract was under consideration, certain development transpired, namely, that they had not acted in a responsible manner and were involved in a serious altercation with a senior resident. this had come to be noticed through an internal inquiry. this development had been .....

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Jan 10 2007 (TRI)

K. Rajagopalan and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Madras

Decided on : Jan-10-2007

Reported in : (2008)(1)SLJ116CAT

..... in the absence of specific particulars in support of the allegation, it is not open to the court to go into the question.maunath bhanjan municipality v. s.c.mills procedure prescribed in not followed, it is too vague a plea to justify interference in the exercise of jurisdiction by the ..... five decades. however, the point roster system is no longer applied in railways after the decision in r.k. sabharwal v. state of punjab.consequently, with effect from 10.2.1995, the concept of reservation based on vacancy is replaced with number of posts which form the cadre ..... keeping in mind the backwardness, inadequacy and representation in public employment and over efficiency of service.... 87. after the constitution (seventh-seventh amendment) act, 1995 this court stepped in to balance the conflicting interests. this was in virpal singh chauhan in which it was held that a roster-point ..... to problems made manifest by experience. the claim of equal protection under article 14, therefore, is examined with the aforesaid presumption that the state acts are reasonable and justified. if we examine the challenge to the impugned provision from the aforesaid standpoint, we have no hesitation to hold that ..... as well as seniority.6. in identical circumstances, this tribunal in o.a. 1075/2001 held that by virtue of the constitution (85th amendment) act, 2001 providing for promotion with consequential seniority, the respondents were to pass orders on that basis. the were disposed of accordingly. when .....

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