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whether the respondents were entitled, as of right, to one more opportunity to switch-over from the Contributory Provident Fund Scheme of which they were members, to the Pension Scheme and the General Provident Fund Scheme implemented by the appellant with effect from 28th November, 1988? – Apex court held that NO – set aside the High court order = CIVIL APPEAL NO. 7483 OF 2014 (Arising out of Special Leave to Appeal (Civil) No. 29639 of 2012) Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. .…Appellant versus Dwarka Prasad Koolwal & Ors. …Respondents = 2014 Aug. Part – http://judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=41819

whether the respondents were entitled, as of right, to one more  opportunity to switch-over from the Contributory Provident Fund  Scheme  of  which  they were members, to the Pension Scheme and the General  Provident  Fund  Scheme implemented by the appellant with effect from 28th November, 1988? – Apex court held that NO – set aside the High court order … Continue reading

Grant of Bail at Appeal Stage – High court granted bail – Apex court held that both the Criminal Appeal and Criminal Revision filed by both the parties are pending before the High Court which means that the convictions of the respondents are not confirmed by the appellate court. Secondly, it is an admitted fact that the respondents had been granted bail earlier and they did not misuse the liberty. Also, the respondents had conceded to the occurrence of the incident though with a different version. =CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1664 OF 2014 (ARISING OUT OF SLP(Crl.) NO. 2930 OF 2013) SUNIL KUMAR APPELLANT Vs. VIPIN KUMAR AND ORS. RESPONDENTS = 2014 Aug. Part – http://judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=41815

Grant of Bail at Appeal Stage – High court granted bail – Apex court held that both the Criminal Appeal and Criminal Revision filed by  both the parties  are  pending  before  the  High  Court  which  means  that  the convictions of the respondents are not confirmed  by  the  appellate  court. Secondly, it is an admitted fact that the respondents had … Continue reading

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