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May 30 2014 (TRI)

Harsh Singh, Nagpur and Others Vs. Union of India Through Its Secretar ...

Court : Tribunal

Shekhar Agarwal, Member (A). MA-1378 of 2014 1. This application has been filed for filing one application. For the reasons stated therein, the same is allowed. OA-1378/2014 The applicants of this OA are candidates who successfully cleared the Civil Services Examination, 2012 and joined the National Academy of Direct Taxes (NADT), Nagpur for induction training as 67th Batch of Indian Revenue Service (IRS) since December 2013. They are aggrieved by the decision of the respondents in not permitting them to write the Civil Services Examination again in 2014 and also not granting them Extra Ordinary Leave for preparing for the same. They have, therefore, filed this OA seeking the following reliefs:- i. That the present application maybe allowed and impugned order dated 29.03.2014 and 07/08.04.2014 be set aside. ii. That the respondents be directed to grant permission to applicants to apply and take CSE-2013 and further be granted Extra Ordinary Leave asked for preparing for such examinatio...

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Apr 04 2014 (TRI)

P.C. Misra, New Delhi Vs. Anil Goswami Secretary to Govt. of India Min ...

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(Oral). Syed Rafat Alam, Chairman. 1. By means of this Application, the applicant has prayed for initiating contempt proceeding against the respondents for deliberate violation of the Tribunals order dated 13.09.2013 in OA No.1175/2012. 2. We have heard the applicant who appeared in person and Sh. R. N. Singh, learned counsel for respondents. The applicant vehemently contended that the Tribunal gave a positive direction to consider the application for grant of compassionate allowance u/r 41 of the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 but the respondents without applying their mind, by a cryptic order dated 04.03.2014 rejected the same. He submits that the respondents never called upon the applicant asking for details of his assets, etc., which could have been furnished for appropriate decision in the matter. 3. On the other hand, Sh. R. N. Singh, learned counsel appearing for the respondents-contemners relying upon the judgment of Apex Court in J. S. Parihar vs. Ganpat Duggar and Ors. [AIR 1997 S...

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