Departmental proceedings can go after retirement of govt employee: Supreme Court

Departmental proceedings against a government employee for grave misconduct and negligence do not come to an end with his retirement and can continue even after that, the Supreme Court has held.

Dept proceedings can go after retirement of govt employee: SC

Departmental proceedings against a government employee for grave misconduct and negligence do not come to an end with his retirement and can continue even after that, the Supreme Court has held.

Five Odisha teachers suspended for misbehaviour

At least five teachers from a state-run tribal residential school in Odisha's Malkangiri district have been suspended after students complained that the teachers denied them good food and misbehaved with them, an official said Monday.

PMO denies reports about misconduct of Rajnath Singh's son

The government was faced with an embarrassing situation Wednesday over reports which claimed that Rajnath Singh's son Pankaj had been ticked off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an alleged "misconduct", prompting the Home Minister as well as the PMO to issue strong denials.

Hull`s Boyd to appeal `spitting` charge

Hull winger George Boyd is to appeal against a Football Association (FA) misconduct charge arising from his clash with Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart, it was announced on Wednesday.

West Brom sacks Anelka after he quits

West Bromwich Albion announced Friday that it had sacked banned French striker Nicolas Anelka for "gross misconduct", just hours after he announced on Twitter he was leaving.

Norwich and Newcastle fined for player fracas

Norwich City and Newcastle United have been fined 30,000 pounds and 20,000 pounds respectively after being found guilty of misconduct, the English Football Association said on Friday.

Indian-origin gynaecologist suspended for misconduct in UK

An Indian-origin gynaecologist, accused of groping a patient`s breasts three years ago, has been found guilty of misconduct by a British panel and suspended from practicing medicine for a year.

Mohammedan Sporting set to issue show-cause to Ozbey on Tuesday

Peeved at their Australian striker Tolgay Ozbey`s misconduct, Mohammedan Sporting are set to issue him a show-cause notice on Tuesday, a club official said on Monday.

Delhi rape: Police must be held accountable, says Amnesty

Amnesty International India Sunday called for an impartial probe into the alleged misconduct of police officials in the case of abduction and rape of a five-year-old girl in the national capital.

Police officer guilty of misconduct over G20 death

A British police officer has been found guilty of misconduct over an incident that resulted in the death of a man during the 2009 Group of 20 summit.

Afghan misconduct probe: Army man gets five years

Photographs entered as evidence in the investigation showed some of the soldiers casually posing with bloodied Afghan corpses.

Mumbai physio gets penalty for misconduct

Mumbai Indians physio Patrick Farhat was handed a suspended fine of USD 10,000 for offence of misconduct during a match in the IPL.

6 Cong MLAs issued notice for misconduct during budget session

Punjab Assembly Speaker has issued notices to six Congress MLA charging them with "gross
misconduct" during the recent budget session.

Lula probed for administrative misconduct: Official

Brazilian prosecutors said they
were opening a case against former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for administrative misconduct and were seeking to
block his assets.

Maya sacks cabinet minister for `misconduct`

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and
BSP supremo Mayawati on Wednesday removed a cabinet minister and also
expelled him from the party for "his behaviour and conduct
which were adverse to the dignity of his post".

AP police asked to file report on misconduct with ABVP member

APSHRC directed the State DGP to file a report before Sept 27 on the incident, wherein 2 police officials misbehaved with a female ABVP member.

Indian-origin doctor held guilty of misconduct

An Indian-origin doctor in Britain, who fondled the breasts of six patients, has been held guilty of serious professional misconduct.

Afghanistan dissolves 172 NGOs for misconduct

Afghanistan`s government, facing
international pressure to wipe out corruption, said on Tuesday it
had dissolved 152 Afghan and 20 international aid
organisations, some for misconduct.

Failure to maintain case diary by police is misconduct: CAT

Failure to maintain case diary
by a police officer amounts to "misconduct", the Central
Administrative Tribunal has ruled while dismissing an appeal
filed by a Delhi police sub-inspector.