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Wednesday, 24 January 2018

OUR CASES ARE LISTED ON 05.03.2018



(1)     Diary No.- 21826 – 2017
ALL INDIA INSURANCE PENSIONERS ASSOCIATION THR. ITS PRESIDENT vs. UNION OF INDIA
Diary No.
21826/2017 Filed on 21-07-2017 05:25 PM
PENDING
  [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 019799 - / 2017  Registered on 03-08-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)
Category
0601-Service Matters : Retiral benefits
(2)Diary No.- 22202 - 2017
ALL INDIA RETIRED INSURANCE EMPLOYEES FEDERATION vs. LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA
Diary No.
22202/2017 Filed on 25-07-2017 04:12 PM
PENDING
   [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 020929 - / 2017  Registered on 16-08-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)
Category
0601-Service Matters : Retiral benefits

(3)     Diary No.- 22862 - 2017
FEDERATION OF RETD. LIC CLASS I OFFICERS ASSOCIATION vs. UNION OF INDIA
Diary No.
22862/2017 Filed on 31-07-2017 12:59 PM
PENDING
   [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 021206 - / 2017  Registered on 17-08-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)
Category
0601-Service Matters : Retiral benefits

(4)     Diary No.- 23794 - 2017
RETIRED LIC CLASS I OFFICERS ASSOCIATION vs. LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA
Diary No.
23794/2017 Filed on 08-08-2017 12:23 PM
PENDING
   [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 027963 - / 2017  Registered on 14-10-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)
Category
0601-Service Matters : Retiral benefits

(5)     Diary No.- 26729 - 2017
KRISHNA MURARI LAL ASTHANA vs. LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA
Diary No.
26729/2017 Filed on 25-08-2017 05:14 PM
PENDING
   [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 030000 - / 2017  Registered on 03-11-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)
Category
0601-Service Matters : Retiral benefits

(6)     Diary No.- 31206 - 2017
MADAN LAL GANDHI vs. UNION OF INDIA
Diary No.
31206/2017 Filed on 03-10-2017 03:45 PM
PENDING
   [SECTION: XIV]
Case No.
SLP(C) No. 028873 - / 2017  Registered on 30-10-2017
Present/Last Listed On
10-01-2018 [HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR and HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE DEEPAK GUPTA]
Status/Stage
Pending - (Motion Hearing
[AFTER NOTICE (FOR ADMISSION) - CIVIL CASES]) Adjourned (List after needful done)-Ord dt:10-01-2018
Tentatively case may be listed on (likely to be listed on)
05-03-2018 (Computer generated)

Six husbands life, you should have

Courtesy:R B KISHORE 
The book, "The six husbands every wife should have" (by - Dr. Steven Craig) talks about how a husband has to constantly grow, evolve and renew himself at least six times, by the time he turns 60....For as people grow, their relationship and the relationship's needs change...:) (The book's premise is that women do it naturally as they become home-keepers and mothers and grandmothers.)

*1st husband* - At the time of marriage, the husband has to be fun, carefree, full of dreams and potential...The couple should make each other laugh and feel good about each other.

*2nd husband* - After a couple of years, the husband has to grow out of his carefree, fun and life-of-every-party ways. He needs to get established in his career and begin preparing for a family.

*3rd husband* - When the kids come, the husband has to learn patience, be home as much as possible, and scale down all his extracurricular activities.

*4th husband* - As children grow, the husband has to again reinvent himself and be more focused on kids - putting them first just as the wife does. The wife needs a 'daddy' more than a 'honey'. The motto must be 'family comes first'.

*5th husband* - This husband needs to help children become gradually independent; supporting them through their mistakes and growing-up pangs. He needs to be responsible and trustworthy.

*6th husband* - By the time children leave home, the wife becomes more confident and assertive. Now she doesn't need a strong-but-silent man whom she can lean on - instead the husband has to become vulnerable and sensitive, who opens his heart to her and values her as an equal - leaning on her for strength at times.

The book brings to light that the very qualities a wife initially loves in her man are the very things that become a thorn in their marriage during later years - if the man doesn't outgrow them.

For marriage is a lifelong relationship that must feed the family's emotional needs as those needs change.

A life-partner has to continuously reinvent himself/ herself. It not only makes our marriage better, but also makes us better people - and our life more fuller.

*Problems in marriage occur not because we are not good people - but because we don't grow up.*

Have a great day !!!!!!
S. Srinivasan

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Legal Information Management and Briefing System (LIMBS)

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Source Economic times dated 11.01.2018

The government is working on an online mechanism to offer a speedy resolution to disputes over administrative decisions and avoid unnecessary litigation. What is unique in this plan is that the law ministry will intervene and give legal opinion online to resolve such disputes. All this will happen on a government portal.

Under this, anyone aggrieved of a government decision could raise the issue online. Once the complaint is filed, the law ministry will seek the response from the concerned department or ministry. It will then give a legal opinion on the correctness of the decision in dispute. If the ministry finds fault with an order, it will recommend rectification of it. 

"All this will happen at the pre-litigation stage," said an official with knowledge of the plan. The basic idea is to minimise the number of disputes over administrative decisions going to court, where it could take years to find a resolution. Another facet of this initiative, said a person privy to the development, "is to usher in a culture of accountability".

 If the concerned department fails to correct the wrong despite the law ministry's legal opinion, the errant officer will be liable for adverse action ... the legal opinion will be in public domain which can be used by the litigant in a court of law to demonstrate the ineptitude of the concerned government department," this person added.


The government is likely to use the platform of Legal Information Management and Briefing System (LIMBS) to provide this service to the public. In sync with the Prime Minister's 'Digital India' mission, LIMBS is a Web-based online tool for monitoring court cases in a transparent and proactive manner. "Currently, the portal is functioning and is available for access to lawyers. The plan is to throw it open for public access so that grievances can be redressed online.

Alternately, limited access to the portal exclusively to raise grievances is also being contemplated," said a senior law ministry official. 

Clubbing of court cases is also on the anvil, this official said, adding: "Identical cases hanging fire in various lower, higher courts of the country can be clubbed together and arranged online for ready reference so that government's expenses and time is not wasted." 


Currently, LIMBS provides a standardized screen to capture basic information of court cases. The system provides information on court cases on a real-time basis to ministries and other involved. It sends SMS alerts to lawyers, other users and concerned officers about forthcoming court cases so that they don't go unnoticed.

More than 7,700 users from 62 ministries and 208 government departments or organisations have uploaded over 2.15 lakh court cases (1.92 lakh live cases) on the system in a span of two years, said another law ministry official. 

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Courtesy :R B KISHORE