Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Friday, October 26, 2012
Friday, October 19, 2012
SUPREME COURT CLARIFIES 'AMOUNT DUE TO EMPLOYEES'
The Supreme Court of India in its order of 17th October 2012 has issued clarifications as follows:-
"In the meanwhile, the proceedings pending before the High Court under the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 shall remain stayed subject to the condition that within eight weeks from today, the petitioner shall deposit in the Registry of the High Court the amount due to the pensioners i.e. the writ petitioners with effect from the date of their eligibiity to get retiral benefits."
To the pensioners, it should be admitted, this is bad news. We were under the impression that LIC would make detailed calculations and deposit an amount running to several crores of Rupees in respect of all the retired employees. But the Court has clarified that only the amount due to the writ petitioners need be deposited. The order of the Court is reproduced below:-
Thursday, October 18, 2012
AN INTERLOCUTORY APPLICATION HAS BEEN FILED IN THE SUPREME COURT FOR CLARIFICATION ON CERTAIN ORDERS OF THE COURT (CLARIFICATION REGARDING AMOUNT TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE COURT BY LIC) AND COMPLIANCE OF THE SAME.
A note issued by the Assistant Registrar of the court is available and the same is reproduced below.
Further orders of the Court are awaited.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The respondents to the SLP had submitted an application for clarification in respect of the court’s order to deposit the amount “due to the pensioners”.
The court passed the following order on 10th October 2012. Accordingly the matter will come before the Bench on 17th October 2012.
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CP HAMZA, RETD.SBM EXPIRED.
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CO-OP. BANK MANAGER V.V. MONY RETIRES
LIC STAFFER NANDARAJAN’S MOTHER EXPIRED; DONATED HER EYES.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Tuesday, October 09, 2012
|Page visits !|
LIC PENSIONERS CALICUT achieved
about 13,000 page visits
in about 12 months.
It is indeed a success story.
We published our first page on 19th November 2011.
When when look back, we have only satisfaction,
this online diary has been appreciated
by insurance fraternity
the world over.
We have visits from practically all places
– India and visits from outside India too.
Indeed satisfying !
THANK U FOR UR SUPPORT.
Sunday, October 07, 2012
We have reported that there was no sitting of the Bench of Justice Mukhopadhyay and Justice Singhvi on 5th October 2012. LIC’s SLP was therefore postponed to 26th November 2012.
However an application has been filed in the Supreme Court for early hearing of the Special Leave Petition. Request is to consider the SLP earlier than 26th of November 2012. The Bench considering the SLP may look into this request on 9th or 10th of October.
It is hoped that the Court may also clarify its own order regarding depositing “amount due to employees” which was the subject matter of Contempt Petition in the Supreme Court. The contempt petition on this subject was later withdrawn owing to what was described as “technical reasons”.
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
|Supreme Court of India|
LIC's Special Leave Petition against the order of the Rajasthan High Court was last listed in the cause list of the Supreme Court for 7th February this year. It was again listed for 5th October.
Now we have the news that the Special Leave Petition is postponed to 26th November 2012.
The result: Pretty well an year will be over with a couple of postponements.... and who knows, when our woes will be over once for ever.
Surely, not a pleasant situation for the Pensioners!