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servant cannot satisfactorily account, of pecuniary resources or property disproportionate to his known sources of income. Explanation.—For the purposes
Central Government Act
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collected during investigation disclosed that the appellant had assets disproportionate to his known source of income, as the evidence ... rules and misconduct of being in possession of property disproportionate to his known source of income. After giving reasonable opportunity
Supreme Court of India
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Tribunal that the punishment imposed was 'shockingly' disproportionate to the gravity of charges. In Ranjit Thakur Vs. Union of India ... arriving at a finding that the punishment was 'shockingly' disproportionate that this Court interfered with the punishment and that
Supreme Court of India
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after due observance of Judicial Process-Quantum of punishment disproportionate to offence Whether conclusive evidence of bias. Interpretation of Statutes ... dominated the proceedings; (iii) by awarding a punishment so disproportionate to the offence as to amount in itself to conclusive
Supreme Court of India
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Court would involve such inconvenience as would be disproportionate in the circumstances of the case; (c) no appeal presented under
Central Government Act
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Public servant--Possession of pecuniary re- sources or property disproportionate to known sources of income----Prosecution after superannuation-Previous sanc ... Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947--Possession of property disproportionate to known sources--Whether fact within special knowledge of the public
Supreme Court of India
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against the complainants the punishment of dismissal was grossly disproportionate and, therefore, it amounted to unfair labour practice ... said that the punishment of dismissal was shockingly disproportionate. Even on that ground the complaints were liable to be dismissed
Supreme Court of India
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dismissal imposed upon the employee was harsh and disproportionate and no reasonable employer could impose such punishment for the proved ... employee, so as to amount to a shockingly disproportionate punishment;" Section 27 of the Act provides that, inter alia
Supreme Court of India
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with section 5(1) (e)-Scope of. Interpretation-"assets disproportionate to the known sources of income" meaning of. Evidence-Burden ... allegation that he was found in possession of assets disproportionate to his known sources of income he was charged with
Supreme Court of India
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value of Rs. 7,02,848.00 which was disproportionate to his known sources of income. 3. As the facts ... High Court as regards the value of the disproportionate assets, the appellant is found to have been in possession
Supreme Court of India
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