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Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
EX. LAC YOGESH PATHANIA Versus UNION OF INDIA & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 14214 of 2016, Judgment Date: Jan 08, 2019

Full Judgment

Tags: Removal From Service

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
SQN. LDR. (RETD.) NAVTEJ SINGH VERSUS UNION OF INDIA AND ORS

Appeal (Civil), 11876-11877 of 2018, Judgment Date: Dec 05, 2018

Full Judgment

Tags: Service Law / Matter

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
N.N. GODFRED & OTHERS VERSUS UNION OF INDIA & OTHERS

Appeal (Civil), 10035 of 2010, Judgment Date: Jul 11, 2018

Full Judgment

Tags: Pay

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
EX. GNR LAXMANRAM POONIA (DEAD) THROUGH LRS. Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 2633 of 2017, Judgment Date: Feb 22, 2017

Full Judgment

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
UNION OF INDIA AND ANR. Vs. LT COL P.K. CHOUDHARY AND ORS.

Appeal (Civil), 3208 of 2015, Judgment Date: Feb 15, 2016

Full Judgment

Tags: Appeal

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
MALATI SARDAR Vs. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.

SPECIAL APPEAL DEFECTIVE, 10 of 2016, Judgment Date: Jan 05, 2016

The question for consideration thus is whether the Tribunal at Kolkata had the jurisdiction to decide the claim application under Section 166 of the Act when the accident took place outside Kolkata jurisdiction and the claimant also resided outside Kolkata jurisdiction, but the respondent being a juristic person carried on business at Kolkata. Further question is whether in absence of failure of justice, the High Court could set aside the award of the Tribunal on the ground of lack of territorial jurisdiction. The provision in question, in the present case, is Full Judgment

Tags: Jurisdiction Accident Claims

Supreme Court of India (Full Bench (FB)- Three Judge)
VEERENNDRA KUMAR DUBEY Vs. CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF & ORS

Appeal (Civil), 32135 of 2015, Judgment Date: Oct 16, 2015

The first and foremost is an unequivocal declaration that mere award of four red ink entries to an individual does not make his discharge mandatory. This implies that four red ink entries is not some kind of laxman rekha, which if crossed would by itself render the individual concerned undesirable or unworthy of retention in the force. Award of four red ink entries simply pushes the individual concerned into a grey area where he can be considered for discharge. But just because he qualifies for such discharge, does not mean that he must necessarily suffer that fate. It is one thing to qualify for consideration and Full Judgment

Tags: Service Law / Matter Punishment Pension

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
OM PRAKASH Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.

Appeal (Crl.), 1112 of 2011, Judgment Date: Jul 09, 2015

  Full Judgment

Tags: Murder

Supreme Court of India (Division Bench (DB)- Two Judge)
Naib Subedar Naresh Chand Versus Union of India and Others

Appeal (Civil), 11017 of 2013, Judgment Date: Dec 13, 2013

Full Judgment

Chhatisgarh High Court (Single Judge)
Hemkant Thakur & Ors. Vs State of Chhattisgarh & others

WPS->WRIT PETITON SERVICE MATTER, 4054,4052,4055,40574058, of 2011, Judgment Date: Oct 03, 2013

Full Judgment