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Madras HC Directs to Frame Regulations on Use of Mobile Phones and Cameras During Office Hours - (16 Mar 2022)

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Madras High Court has criticised the public servants who utilise mobile phones and cameras during office hours unnecessarily and directed the Government authorities to frame regulations in line with the Tamil Nadu Government Servants' Conduct Rules, 1973.

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