Shashi Tharoor did not influence Sunanda Pushkar's autopsy: Tribunal
Shashi Tharoor did not influence Sunanda Pushkar's autopsy: Tribunal

Former Union minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has been absolved by the Central Administrative Tribunal of the charge of putting pressure on AIIMS doctor to submit a "tailor-made autopsy report" in the Sunanda Pushkar murder case.

CAT stays AIIMS staffer's transfer, says action 'punitive'

The Central Administrative Tribunal has quashed the transfer order of a technical staffer of AIIMS, saying the move was purely a "punitive action to get rid of him from present place of posting on extraneous consideration".

Extend employee's joining date till ward's exams: CAT to ICCR

 The Central Administrative Tribunal has directed ICCR to extend the date of joining of a transferred employee till the completion of his daughter's board examination, saying his absence at home might have "deep psychological impact" on her and may even spoil her career.

Gujarat HC stays state`s show cause notices to IPS official

Extending a major relief to IPS official Rahul Sharma here Wednesday , the Gujarat High Court stayed six showcause notices to him by the state government, until final disposal of his application on the same issue, which is before the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT).

Sunanda Pushkar autopsy row: Dr Gupta indulging in "publicity gimmick", says AIIMS

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences told a service tribunal that Dr Sudhir Kumar Gupta, head of its Forensic Medicine Department, was indulging in "publicity gimmick" by levelling charges of being pressurised over Sunanda Pushkar`s autopsy.

Calcutta CAT bench head alleges phone tapping

Justice Pratap Kumar Ray, a retired Calcutta High Court judge and current head of the Central Administrative Tribunal`s Calcutta bench, has complained to the home secretary that his mobile phone is being tapped.

CAT Bench quashes appointment of IPS officers as DGP

Kolkata Bench of Central Administrative Tribunal on Monday set aside appointments of five IPS officers to post of Director General of Police in West Bengal, including the present DGP of the state.

Pay pension benefits to ex-RAW woman officer with interest: HC

Former RAW official Nisha Priya Bhatia was compulsorily retired from service for security reasons after her identity became public in 2009.

Under probe AP DGP denied extension; BP Rao likely successor

The Government today filed an affidavit in the Central Administrative Tribunal in response to a plea filed by Reddy, stating it would not extend his tenure by one more year in view of the ongoing CBI investigation into his assets.

Govt okays amendment in Administrative Tribunals Act

An official amendment aimed at keeping the minimum eligibility for chairmanship of CAT has been approved by the government.

CAT asks Gujarat to justify IPS officer Satish Verma`s transfer

CAT asked Gujarat govt to justify its action to transfer IPS officer Satish Verma, who was part of SIT probing the Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case.

CAT stays transfer of 7 IAS, 1 IPS officer

Central Administrative Tribunal stayed recent transfer of 7 IAS officers and IPS officer by state government at direction of Election Commission in run-up to May five Karnataka Assembly polls.

CJI Altamas Kabir suggests legal aid centres at CATs

Chief Justice Altamas Kabir batted for setting up legal aid centres at Central Administrative Tribunal benches to help needy women and children in getting justice in service related matters.

Woman IB official`s repatriation quashed by CAT

The Central Administrative Tribunal on Wednesday quashed the repatriation of a senior woman IB official on deputation here, holding it to be "arbitrary, malicious and malafide".

CAT stays top cop`s transfer

The CAT stayed the transfer of additional police commissioner (Law and Order) T Suneel Kumar as IGP and Commandant of Anti-Naxal Force (ANF), Udupi.

Overcome stagnation in Inspector cadre of Delhi Police: CAT

Concerned over "acute problem of stagnation" in cadre of Inspectors in Delhi Police, Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has directed Centre and city government to take steps to address issue.

CAT quashes handicapped doctor`s selection to AIIMS

Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has quashed an ENT surgeon`s selection to AIIMS under orthopaedically handicapped category saying such relaxation was not mentioned while inviting applications.

CAT quashes order of Delhi Police against its 47 constables

In a relief to 47 Delhi Police constables, whose two years of services were forfeited each on allegations of corruption, the Central Administrative Tribunal has quashed the order against them.

HC upholds CAT`s order revoking AP DGP appointment

The High Court upheld the Central Administrative Tribunal order that due procedure was not followed in the appointment of V Dinesh Reddy as the AP police chief.

`Doctor`s certificate not enough to determine emergency`

Whether a patient has been treated as an emergency case cannot be decided on the basis of the doctor`s certificate always, the CAT has held.