Category: Employment Laws

[Agnipath Scheme] Agniveers Will Develop Sense Of Pride After Serving Nation, Have Financial Stability After Exiting Armed Forces: Centre To Delhi HC

Seeking dismissal of the petitions challenging its Agnipath recruitment scheme, the Centre has informed Delhi High Court that defending India’s territory, which faces external and internal threats, requires an agile, youthful and technologically sound armed forces. “The character of future wars/military engagement, in the opinion of military experts, is likely to be ambiguous, uncertain, short,

Kabir Kala Manch Incited Hatred By Ridiculing Phrases Acche Din, Demonetization In Plays At Elgar Parishad: Bombay HC In Jyoti Jagtap Bail Order

Text ridiculing phrases like ‘Ram Mandir’ and ‘Acche Din’ aimed at the democratically elected government in Kabir Kala Manch’s plays at the Elgar Parishad event in 2017 incited hatred & passion and indicate a larger conspiracy, the Bombay High Court has held. In its detailed order refusing bail to accused Jyoti Jagtap under UAPA, the

Women empowerment in Indian air force

Women empowerment in Indian air force

Women empowerment in Indian air force; Induction of Women Pilots in IAF to be Made a Permanent Scheme ;the government has decided to convert the experimental scheme for introduction of women fighter pilots in the Indian Air Force into a permanent one; Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh announced on Tuesday. The defense minister said that

Illegal Termination


Introduction Illegal termination is not defined under any statutory provision. But it is defined as an act of firing an employee without any reasonable cause or; notwithstanding any provision related to the employment contract. Illegal termination involves the violation of  anti-discrimination laws and a contractual breach. For example an employee cannot be fired on the

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