Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Differential treatment does not necessarily violate Article 14 on Equality – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, in its progressive approach and humility has again restrained itself from playing the role of a Godfather.
The grievance of the Transport and Dock Workers Union was that for employees recruited by the Mumbai Port Trust as Typist-cum-Computer clerks before November 1, 1996, duty was for six-and-a-half hours, whereas for those recruited after [...]

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For mis-appropriation of funds, there cannot be a lesser punishment than Dismissal

This is a case of a Bus-conductor who fought his case up to the Supreme Court against the orders of the Management of dismissing him from service. It was proved in the domestic enquiry that the bus conductor had not issued tickets to several passengers even after collecting the charges for the same.
Though it was [...]

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