Tn Life Flashcards By Stephen B Davis


It is realised that strict enforcement of the above principles may present practical difficulties in individual cases. For example, it may not be necessary to enforce the requirements of clause in paragraph 2 above in the case of persons who have previously held a high office under Government. In all other respects, however, such persons should be governed by the provisions of the Government Servant’s Conduct Rules. Who sent it to the Collec­tor of Stamps for action.

It should be made clear to all Government servants concerned that permission to participate in the activities of the Bharat Sewak Samaj will not absolve them from the due observance at all times of all the rules and instructions relating to the conduct and behaviour of Government servants, etc. A Core Group on Administrative Reforms has been constituted under the chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary in February, 2003 to formulate specific changes in the systems and procedures in consultation with the ministries/departments concerned and to advise strategies for changing attitudes. The Core Group has decided that the existing provisions about accountability mechanism should be reiterated with a view to bring to everyone’s notice that these provisions are adequate for initiating disciplinary proceedings when an officer adopts a dilatory attitude leading to delay in decision-making and/or harassment of the public.

If the prescribed policies, rules, orders etc. on service matters are adhered to and implemented properly by administrative authorities etc., litigation on service matters would be considerably reduced. 3.Keeping in view the observation of the High Court the Ministries/Departments are requested to bring the existing instructions on the subject matter to the notice of all concerned and ensure that Government servants take prior permission before leaving for visits abroad as required under these instructions. When such permissions to visit abroad is sought the Government servant is required to furnish information relating to the proposed and previous private visits as per the proforma .

If the person reasonably is viewed only as a potential witness rather than a potential defendant, and the person is willing to cooperate, there is no need to consult these provisions. When a plea of nolo contendere is offered over the government’s objection, the prosecutor should take full advantage of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, to state for the record why acceptance of the plea would not be in the public interest. In addition to reciting facts that could be proved to show the defendant’s guilt, the prosecutor should bring to the court’s attention whatever arguments exist for rejecting the plea. At the very least, a forceful presentation should make it clear to the public that the government is unwilling to condone the entry of a special plea that may help the defendant avoid legitimate consequences of his/her guilt.

Non-bank PPI issuers shall provide customers with 24×7 access via website / SMS / e-mail / dedicated toll-free helpline for reporting unauthorised transactions and / or loss or theft of the PPI. Further, a direct link for lodging of complaints, with specific option to report unauthorised electronic payment transactions shall be provided by non-bank PPI issuers on the mobile app / home page of their website / any other evolving acceptance mode. Rule 15 of the CCS Rules provides for previous sanction of the Government being taken by a Government servant for holding an elective office in any body, whether incorporated or not.

B enters into partnership with X and Y in the same trade, and employs A’s assets in the partnership business. B gives an indemnity to X and Y against the claims of C. Here X and Y are jointly liable with B to C, as having knowingly become parties to the breach of trust committed by B.

Goel v. Collector of Stamps III CPR 684 ]. The burden of proving the customer liability in case of unauthorised electronic payment transactions lies on the non-bank PPI issuer. The non-bank PPI issuer shall credit (notional reversal / shadow reversal) the amount involved in the unauthorised electronic payment transaction to the customer’s PPI within 10 days from the date of such notification by the customer. Such reversal has to be effected even if it breaches the maximum permissible limit applicable to that type / category of PPI.

A PPI issuer cannot issue both types of Small PPIs to same mobile number at the same time. All PPIs shall have a minimum validity period of one year from the date of last loading / reloading in the PPI. PPI issuers are, however, free to issue PPIs with a longer validity. Issuers shall clearly indicate the expiry period of the PPI to the customer at the time of issuance of PPIs.

Auction of Toshakhana articles – The consensus of opinion was to permit members of all Ministries and Departments, including those of the Ministry of External Affairs to bid at the Toshakhana auction. It was accordingly, decided to find suitable neutral agency other than the Ministry of External Affairs to conduct auctions in which members of the Ministry of External Affairs could also participate. The Central why can’t we see past the cosmological horizon? Board of Revenue was suggested as a possible agency for this purpose. The Chairman, C.B.R., agreed to examine the question and to advise the Ministry of External Affairs accordingly and action will be taken on the receipt of CBR’s advice. Save as provided in these rules, no Government servant shall accept, or permit any member of his family or any other person acting on his behalf to accept, any gift.

On the other hand if such presents were to be handed over to Government and Government were to dispose them off by sale or otherwise, the information is likely to get known and the donors are bound to feel seriously offended. As many of the presents may have the names of the donors inscribed on them, their disposal by Government would also cause some embarrassment. At the same time, it is undesirable from the service point of view to allow officers to retain expensive presents which they may happen to get by virtue of their official position. Taking all relevant factors into account, it has been decided that in respect of presents not covered by the two categories referred to earlier, the officers should be asked to deposit them at the Government Toshakhana and the recipients may be given the option to purchase them from the Toshakhana at prices to be fixed by the authorities in charge. The presents which are not so purchased by the recipients will remain at the disposal of Government to be utilized for such purposes as Government may decide.