Category: Himachal Pradesh High Court

Contractual Employee eligible for Pensionary Benefits: Himachal Pradesh High Court.

Source – The Himachal Pradesh High Court has held that an Employee appointed on contractual basis deserves to be counted towards qualifying service for pensionary benefits under CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 and for annual increments. The court relied upon its own judgment which was passed in the case of Smt Sheela Devi V State of

Himachal high court issues notice to state over ‘pathetic condition of govt schools’

Source – The high court on Saturday issued a notice to the Himachal Pradesh (HP) state government and directed the principal secretary(education) to remain present before the court on January 1, 2020, in a matter pertaining to ‘the pathetic condition of government schools in the state’. Division bench comprising chief justice L Narayana Swamy

HP staff selection commission secretary gets notice for misleading court.

Source – The Himachal Pradesh high court on Monday issued show cause notice to state staff selection commission (HPSSC) secretary Jitender Kanwar, asking him why he should not be punished and prosecuted for deliberately and willfully misleading the court in matter related to selection of junior environmental engineer in State Pollution Control Board. A

Seven out of nine SC collegium recommendations to appoint CJs to high courts accepted: Prasad

Source: NEW DELHI: Seven of the nine recommendations made by the Supreme Court collegium this year to appoint chief justices to nine high courts have been accepted while two names are under “various stages of processing,”  Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday. In a written reply, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said up to July 12,

Modi Govt Blocking Elevation of Justice Akil Kureshi Who Had Sent Amit Shah To Police Custody

Source:- “It is most unfortunate that the government of India acts so vindictively,” claimed Yatin Oza, GHCAA President. On Wednesday, June 19, Justices V Ramasubramanian and RS Chauhan were appointed Chief Justices of the High Courts of Himachal Pradesh and Telangana respectively after the government cleared their elevation. Justice DN Patel was named Chief