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Drunk on duty: CAT junks cop’s plea against disciplinary action against him

The orders of forfeiture of two years of approved services for increment purpose, with permanent effect, had been imposed by a disciplinary authority on Head Constable Charanjeet Singh (50) in July 2015.

Consider promotion pleas of inspectors: CAT to home secy

Seven police inspectors - Dalbir Singh, Ranjodh Singh, Poonam Dilawari, Neeraj Sarna, Jaspal Singh, Malkiat Singh and Dilsher Singh - stated in the application that they were serving as inspectors in the UT police and their promotion was due.

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Chandigarh: Woman lawyer ‘slaps’ colleague, he alleges ‘grudge’

In his complaint, advocate Arvind Moudgil claimed the woman “assaulted” him and stopped him from doing his duty.

Kashish Mittal: UT files reply on application challenging transfer order

He mentioned before the tribunal that as per the IAS appointment rules of 2014 issued by the department of personnel and training, the government cannot transfer IAS officers before completion of their term.

CENTRAL Administrative Tribunal: Review promotions of private secretaries for 2008-09, Customs and Central Excise told

The tribunal told the department to consider the case of the applicant for promotion keeping in view the directions of the Department of Personnel and Training, dated March 25, 1996, and complete the procedure within two months.

After court case, whistleblower and Magsaysay awardee IFS Sanjiv Chaturvedi gets promotion

Chaturvedi, a 2002-batch IFS officer, was to be promoted from January 1 this year. However, his promotion was withheld for allegedly exposing corruption at AIIMS and during his stint in Haryana.

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CAT notice on appointment of IPS officer Amitabh Thakur’s enquiry officer

After hearing arguments presented by Thakur and state government counsel Sudip Seth on Monday, the bench of judicial member Navneet Kumar reserved its order and fixed September 2 as the next date of hearing.

Tribunal slams govt over ‘harassment’ of forest officer

The 2002-batch officer adduced documents to show that the Ministry of Environment and Forests had recommended his deputation in view of harassment in Haryana.

Denied seminars abroad, DRDO scientist moves CAT

Scientist Gausal Khan has alleged the lab denied him permission to visit other countries to attend conferences and seminars.

CAT stays Centre’s move to stall Chaturvedi cadre switch

In November 2014, however, the proposal was sent back to the MoEF for re-examination, without citing any reason.

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