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This is an attempt to compare the judgments delivered in the 1960 To 1990s with that of judgments delivered from 2001 onwards. The Indian Economy has undergone significant changes after the introduction of liberalization and globalization. The Indian Judiciary has also taken a note of the prevailing circumstances and there is a different direction taken by the Indian Judiciary in the recent years.
Earlier the Judiciary has taken a human approach. However, now the discipline and industrial peace in the industry is considered to be of paramount importance.
With this background, I tried to compare several judgments rendered by the Supreme Court and the High Courts.
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Sir A very good compilation .Many thanks. With Regards E-mail : [email protected] Mobile : 9025792684
From India, Bangalore
Dear jvramakrishna356
Thanks for the wonderful compilation, which reflects the changing philosophy in labour jurisprudence.
This will definitely be helpful to management students and practitioners alike; and an indispensable source of ready reference on legal information for HR professional.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr.Rao, Good piece of Work. regds anil kaushik Chief Editor, Business Manager-HR Magazine B-138, Ambedkar Nagar, Alwar-301001 (Raj.) 09829133699
From India, Delhi
Dear Sir,
I see the hard work you have done and the sleepless nights you have gone through to help us in handling the authorities, who do some time take issues personally.
These write-ups would be a enlightener for HR.
Thanks and Keep helping us.
God be with us to be good to ALL
Aslam Sha

From India, Madras
Sir, Gud morning... your ppt very useful to everyone and especially for freshers and students. thanks a lot. with regards, Satyanarayana, Junior Officer.
From India, Calcutta
Dear Sir, Thanks a lot for very informative , valuable and much useful details . Once again thanks for the outsnding compilation and Sharing. With Warm Regards, Veenu
From India, Delhi
Dear Sir, Its a such a good article that i am finding myself short of words to express my sincere thanks to you. Really a very good content has been shared. Thanks Sir
From India, Rohtak
A very nice compilation indeed.Can the author also give a similar set of Supreme Court decisions on employees' pensions, especially in respect of Government employees and those of Public Sector Corporations including Nationalized Banks & LIC?
C.H.Mahadevan

From India, Hyderabad
Sub: Recent Trends in Labour Laws Dear Mr. Rao, Very useful piece of work. Thanks for your thoughtful work on the subject. Sutapa Dutta Sr. Manager(Legal) JUSCO
From India, Jamshedpur

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