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Madras High Court

Madras HC: Demolish all unauthorized construction on revenue land

The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Monday held that unauthorized constructions are mushrooming on revenue land all over the place.

Madras High Court directs govt to allow conduct of Kanuparivettai festival

The Court has said that since the government has allowed 100 percent occupancy in theatres and also permitted the conduct of Jallikattu, the Kanuparivettai festival should also be permitted.

Madras High Court resolves Ilaiyaraja, Prasad Studios dispute, composer to meditate for a day in his former haunt

The Madras High Court recently recorded a settlement between celebrated music director Ilaiyaraja and the proprietors of Prasad Studios that would allow him a day to meditate in the music room where he composed his songs for the past 35 years as a condition to withdrawing cases filed over.....

Madras HC warns advocates not to wear black gown, neckband during protests

The Court also said every Advocate needs to maintain the grace and the dignity of the profession. One cannot wear T-shirt and Jeans and come to Court, the Temple of Justice.

Madras High Court slams media, says can’t show everything on TV in PILs over obscenity, gambling

The Bench was, however, skeptical of how useful limiting the hours for the broadcast of such content would be, given that the time schedule for children may not be the same in the era of online classes.

Madras HC hauls up advocate for using forged HC order, initiates suo-motu contempt proceedings

An advocate P. Bagyalakshmi mislead the inspector of police via a letter stating that the order passed by the Hon’ble High Court on 3rd December has been revoked by the Court on 4th December and the order can’t be enforced by the Commissioner of Police, Chennai.

Madras High Court okays physical hearings in lower courts from January 18

The committee has also asked all the Principal District Judges, Principal Judge (City Civil Court, Chennai), Chief Judge (Court of Small Causes, Chennai), Chief Judge (Puducherry) to submit their suggestions in relation to the functioning of the lower courts by December 23.

Madras HC directs Computer Teacher appointment from 116 out of 119 test centers, appoints retired judge N. Authinathan to conduct inquiry on remaining...

A single judge bench of Justice V Parthiban while hearing the petition through video conferencing noted that "corrective measures are required to be initiated and completed by an impartial inquiry to allay the residuary apprehensions of some of the unsuccessful and aggrieved candidates.”

Madras High Court pulls up Tamil Nadu govt official for empty apology

The bench on Thursday found that the affidavit filed by the Labour Commissioner contains a cliched, trite and commonplace expression of 'apology' accompanied by usual mundane deferential verbalisms not intended to convey true sense of regret for his crafty transgression.

Madras High Court recalls order after senior counsel cries injustice

The Madras High Court recalled an order that had already been pronounced after one of the counsels cried injustice in open court, stating it had been passed without hearing her arguments.

News Update

Youth Bar Association of India challenges ‘Skin to Skin’ judgment of Bombay High Court in Top Court

The Youth Bar Association of India has moved the Apex Court represented by AOR Manju Jetley challenging the recent "skin to skin" judgment of the Bombay High Court

Delhi HC upholds decision of trial court convicting duo in a rape case

The judgment was pronounced by a single-judge bench led by Justice Vibhu Bakhru on the appeal against the order of the trial court which had convicted the appellants for the offences punishable under Section 109 read with Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code.

Delhi High Court issues notice to Bar Council of Delhi on plea filed by law graduate denied enrollment

The counsel for the petitioner states that the candidate satisfies all needed criteria under the advocate's act, 1961, and there is no specific rule in Bar Council of India to bound the enrollment of the petitioner.

PIL in Delhi HC to immediately remove people squatting under the garb of Kisan Agitation & enforce law and order

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Delhi High Court alleging that the violence that took place on January 26 shows the complete failure of the government
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