Central Administrative Tribunal has held that authorities are free to determine the quantum of penalty to be imposed on delinquent employees and the courts should not ordinarily interfere unless it shocks the judicial conscience.
Over two lakh employees in Tamil
Nadu will get a hike in their salaries with the state
government accepting the recommendations of the one-man
Commission arising out of the
sixth pay commission recommendations.
More than 800 striking non-teaching
employees under Patna University and Lalit Narayan Mithila
University of Darbhanga, for allegedly violating the ultimatum
by the state Human Resources Department to resume their
The Supreme Court today directed
283 employees of ailing shopping co-operative Super Bazar, who
are opposing its takeover by Bhaskar Group-promoted Writers
and Publishers Ltd, to resume work from tomorrow.
The AMU has terminated temporary services of 27 non-teaching employees and
suspended 39 permanent staff members including two teachers on
charges of submitting forged documents about their educational