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disability he is handicapped to earn and support his livelihood. Held that since the husband was able-bodied
Central Government Act
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exclusively for the purposes of earning his livelihood by means of self-employment;] Provided that where a defence is raised
Central Government Act
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equally, have the right to an adequate means to livelihood; (b) that the ownership and control of the material resources
Central Government Act
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which was repaid subsequently, had deprived him of his livelihood, and his services were termi- nated without charge of 'misconduct ... tenure "during good behaviour", and the right to livelihood could not be rendered precari- 148 ous or reduced
Supreme Court of India
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Corporation Act - Whether deprives them of their means of livelihood and consequently right to life - Right to life - Meaning ... Whether includes right to livelihood. Article 32 & 21 - Writ Petition against procedurally ultra vires Government action - Whether maintainable. Bombay
Supreme Court of India
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life springs from continued work to earn their livelihood. The right to employment, therefore, is an integral facet of right ... relationship so as to continue to eke out their livelihood by working under the employer and be entitled to receive
Supreme Court of India
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termination of service results in deprivation of right to livelihood, it is to be effected in accordance with just, fair ... procedure prescribed for depriving a person of livelihood must meet the challenge of Article 14 of the Constitution and such
Supreme Court of India
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Directive Principles of the Constitution which assure livelihood. This Court interpreted the word "life" under Article 21 broadly ... interpretation of right to life extends to right to livelihood. Article 38 in the Chapter of Directive Principles enjoins
Supreme Court of India
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exclusively for the purpose of earning his livelihood, by means of self- employment". The complaint herein was, however, made before ... purchased by him for the purpose of earning livelihood. Learned counsel submitted that the appellant is a proprietary concern
Supreme Court of India
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their work would be deprivation of their right to livelihood. They will be deprived of their livelihood if they ... tantamount to deprivation of their life. The right to livelihood is a traditional right to live, the easiest
Supreme Court of India
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