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Ramanuj Mukherjee
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In a landmark judgement, Armed Force Tribunal (AFT) ordered the defence ministry to pay a compensation of Rs. 4 crores to an officer who was court-martialed 26 years ago, the AFT also asked the Army to pay Rs. 1 crore in Army central Welfare Fund within four months and to restore the service of lieutenant SS Chauhan. The petitioner was in the Sixth Rajput Battalion, posted in Srinagar when he was court-martialed on November 4, 1991, after being declared as deserted and mentally disturbed. The order was approved by the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Srinagar then.

Chauhan was falsely dismissed on the ground of desertion and ill mental condition because during his service he had recovered 147 gold biscuits weighing 27.5kg in a search operation from a house in the presence of other soldiers. He handed over the biscuits to his senior officers but in return, the officers initiated a false case against him and dismissed him from service to make sure that the recovery of gold should be concealed from the government. Justice DP Singh and Air Marshal Anil Chopra quashed the court-martial of Chauhan and asked the defence ministry to restore Chauhan’s service and provide him promotional avenue up to the stage of lieutenant colonel to compensate the arrear of salary, pension benefit and rank. Keeping in mind the mental pain, loss and humiliation suffered by Chauhan (Petitioner).
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What works best? Being agressive or collaborative while you are negotiating.
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Indian lawyers face many challenges while establishing themselves, but young women advocates face a typical set of problems that are unique to them. In this discussion, we will bring out the real issues with two accomplished and young woman advocates, who worked at the top courts including the Supreme Court and top law firms in Delhi.
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