Newsroom24x7 Desk SAPAKS, which stands for “samanya Pichda Alpsankhyak Adhikari Karmchari Sanstha” (society formed by government employees belonging to the general category, backwards and minorities) is fighting this battle from the front and is playing a monumental role in keeping the suffering employees united for the common cause and also in mobilising resources to fight
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Newsroom24x7 Staff Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Government has continuously been paying a large amount of money as fees from the public exchequer to senior advocates appearing on its behalf in the Supreme Court each time the writ petition filed by the government challenging the Jabalpur High Court decision to quash the Madhya Pradesh Public Service (Promotion) Rule, 2002, which
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The hearing in the Reservation in promotion case arising due to the civil appeal filed in Supreme Court by Madhya Pradesh Government against the Jabalpur High Court decision declaring as null and void a 2002 provision for quota in promotion for the SC/ST government employees once more could not be taken
Newsroom24x7 Staff Guna: President of Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha Dharmavir Singh Kushwah today held a meeting to constitute the SAPAKS Samaj body that will work for the benefit of the common people, falling under the unreserved category; the socially backward and economically deprived sections; and minorities. The President of Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha, speaking at
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh government has adopted the stategy to delay and advance the hearing in the Supreme Court of India in the “Reservation in Promotion” case. Hence it should have reason to be pleased as the apex court today fixed 24 January 2017 as the next date of hearing in this matter
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The much awaited hearing in the Reservation in Promotion case, that deals with an issue that has left a huge adverse impact on the majority of government employees and officers belonging to the general category, other backward classes (OBCs) and minorities in Madhya Pradesh, today again got deferred till December 14.
Newsroom24x7 Staff Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Government earlier this week, submitted an application in the Supreme Court of India urging that the hearing in the “Reservation in Promotion” case be taken up in January 2017. The hearing in the “Reservation in Promotion” case could not be taken up in Supreme Court on 30 November as per
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The reservation in promotion case did not come up for hearing in the Supreme Court today as a number of cases were listed for hearing. Earlier today, the Madhya Pradesh Government filed an application in the apex court urging that the case be taken up for hearing in January next year.
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The Supreme Court hearing the appeal by the Madhya Pradesh Government against the Jabalpur High Court order which declared as ultra vires and bad in law the existing provision relating to reservation, backlog, vacancies, carry forward of backlog vacancies and the operation of roster in favour of those belonging to the
Newsroom24x7 Staff Bhopal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate on October 14 the “Shaurya-Smarak” (Martyrs’ Memorial) built by the Madhya Pradesh Government in the State capital. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi will address a large convention of Ex-Servicemen at the imposing Lal Parade Ground here. Brigadier R.S. Noutiyal has urged Ex-Servicemen, war widows and
Newsroom24x7 Staff Jabalpur: A two Judge Bench of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh today gave a landmark judgment on the issue of reservation in promotions (in government service) for the SC/ST category by declaring as ultra vires and non-est in law the existing provision relating to reservation, backlog, vacancies, carry forward of backlog vacancies
Newsroom24x7 Desk Bhopal: Five organisations, fighting for the rights of the survivors of the 1984 Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal, have expressed anger at the repeated non-appearance of The Dow Chemical Company, USA, current owner of Union Carbide, in response to the notice sent by the Bhopal District court. The organizations blamed the Indian
Anthony de Sa at International workshop on development of Smart Cities Indore, Jan. 28: Madhya Pradesh Chief Secretary Anthony de Sa has said that cooperation will be sought from the British government, Siemens, Sysco, DFID and other organisations for development of Smart Cities in Madhya Pradesh. Smart Cities will also be developed under PPP mode,