Islamabad, Sturday, July 27, 2013
Top Stories Editorial Columns / Articles Islamabad Sports Showbiz Business Weather Horoscope
40 killed in Kurram twin blasts
PESHAWAR – Twin explosions in the Kurram tribal region's main Parachinar bazaar has killed at least 39 people and injured more than 100 others on Friday, officals said. Officials at the Governor Hous ...
PPP, allies boycott presidential election
ISLAMABAD – The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Friday announced its decision to boycott the upcoming presidential election, DawnNews reported. PPP's former Law Minister of Sindh, Ayaz Soomro, inform ...
No 'open goal' for PML-N: Imran
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that his party would contest the presidential election and won’t let the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) run away with the ...
Dhawan, Karthik set up comfortable win
Harare – Zimbabwe were expected to provide stiffer opposition to India if the toss went in their fa...
South Africa close in as Thisara blitz ends
Pallekele – South Africa dictated proceedings for the first time in the series as they pegged Sri L...
Habib Bank take title after super over
Karachi – The inaugural Ramadan T20 cup had a thrilling finish at the National Stadium in Karachi, ...
Man Utd told Barcelona player not for sale: Fabregas
Jessica Ennis-Hill's Anniversary Games fitness test
Islamabad calls for release of Morsi
Nawaz resents Opp boycott
Eid-ul-Fitr likely on 9th: Met office
'Indian Inte'l was clueless about Kargi
Egypt’s Morsi faces murder charges
Abe calls for high-level talks with Chi
US denies talks on Dr Aafia
PM wants improved ties with US
Sale of over the counter drugs
Woman gang-raped in India
Reema captures expatriates in Reema Ka Amreeka
H&M’s CEO praises Beyonce’s curves
Panettiere makeup-free yet gorgeous
Dhawan bags yet another Karan Johar project

Indian Army’s JAG Branch caught in web

- Army’s legal wing tangled in litigation by own officers
- Around 100 cases filed by JAG officers pending before AFT, other Courts
NEW DELHI – The Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Department that is Indian Army’s Judicial-cum-Legal wing, tasked with dispensing military justice, ensuring fair play and rendering legal advice to Commanders on operational and administrative matters, is caught in a web of cases filed by its own officers alleging irregularities in the system.
Our investigations indicate that for strength of 121 officers, around 100 cases filed by JAG officers are pending before the Armed Forces Tribunal and other courts of law. This includes some officers who have filed multiple cases. Most cases pertain to perceived irregularities and underhandedness in promotions, postings or handling of annual confidential reports, and in some cases acts of professional misdemeanor. Besides court cases, a large number of JAG officers has also filed statutory complaints before the Central Government to air their ...
‘CDA to facilitate promoting business a
Shahbaz assures APTMA team full coopera
EAD to notify foreign assistance Monito
Wagon stop at Faizabad disrupting of tr
CAA’s lack of control affecting its sta
More Reports>>
Move over tequila, here comes Chinese f
Summer rentals hit $1m in the Hamptons
Man wins $31m double jackpot with ident
Exporters confront textile ministry’s m
Ramadan prizes
More Reports>>
Eyeing Saudi support
ÿþPost-embargo comple
Pakistan’s pervious deterrance
Drone death a blow to Pakistani Taleban
Postscript to the May 11th Elections in
Russia counters EU bid on Syria
A bowl of noodles is pictured near women buying noodles for lunch from a street food stall in Jakarta.
Copyright © 2002-2013 The Daily Mail. All rights reserved