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Madras HC rejects Rajiv Gandhi killer's plea for premature release

Madras HC rejects Rajiv Gandhi killer's plea for premature rel...

Madras high court on Wednesday declined to entertain a plea by Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convict Nalini Sriharan seeking pre-mature release, saying it cannot grant her request in view of pendency of a related matter before the Supreme Court. Justice M Sathyanarayana made it clear that the prayer of Nalini, a life convict, seeking a direction to the Tamil Nadu government to consider her plea for premature release under Article 161 of the Constitution cannot be granted until and ..., 1 week ago

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HC passes interim order on petitions challenging TANGEDCO test

The Madras High Court has passed an interim order to TANGEDCO to do away with the written examination for recruitment to the post of Assistant Engineers. Justice T S Sivagnanam had passed an interim order on about 40 petitions challenging the ...
 Business Standard11 hours ago High Court reserves order on DMK petition  The Hindu3 weeks ago Order on DMK petition reserved  The Hindu4 weeks ago

Court backs power tariff fixed by State

The Madras High Court Bench here has batted in favour of the tariff fixed by the State government and Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation (TANGEDCO) for consumption of electricity by domestic consumers by charging less for those who consume ...
 The Hindu5 hours ago Court backs power tariff fixed by T.N.  The Hindu6 hours ago
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HC directs govts to file affidavits on legislation to honour

The Madras High Court today directed the Centre and Tamil Nadu governments to file an affidavit on whether new legislation could be brought in to prevent honour killings. The direction was given by the First bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay ...
 Business Standard12 hours ago Civic official in risk of contempt  New Indian Express2 weeks ago PTI - HC-CORPORATION - HC directs official to be present in court  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Increase fund for judiciary, High Court tells government  Times of India3 weeks ago

HC stays six defamation cases against Swamy

Madras High Court today stayed proceedings in all six defamation cases filed against BJP leader Subramanian Swamy by Tamil Nadu government for his alleged derogatory remarks against Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Justice P N Prakash passed the interim order when Criminal Original Petitions filed by Swamy seeking quashing of defamation cases pending in a trial court came up before him today. Swamy was present in the court. The judge also dispensed with Swamy's personal appearance in ...
 Rediff.com19 hours ago Madras HC stays six defamation cases against Subramaian Swamy  DNA17 hours ago Madras HC stays all six defamation cases against Subramanian Swamy  First Post.com19 hours ago Centre should go for appeal against HC order on Sun TV: Swamy  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Lawyer standoff

Madras High Court today said it had "effectively" kept in abeyance" new disciplinary rules for lawyers over which they have been protesting for more than two months. A two-judge bench comprising Chief Justice S.K. Kaul made the observation while hearing a ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Disciplinary rules effectively in abeyance, says HC  Business Standard1 day ago FC assurance means keeping in abeyance disciplinary rules: HC  Business Standard1 day ago
India Today

No action to be taken against lawyers using new rules: Madras HC Chief Justice

In a one-liner that could end the prolonged court boycotts in Tamil Nadu, the Madras high court Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul on Tuesday said, "The rules are in abeyance for the time being." The set of new disciplinary rules framed by the Madras high court ...
 India Today1 day ago Karnataka HC Chief Justice faces flak for failing to report a bribe offer  catchnews.com2 weeks ago Lawyers burn Madras HC chief justice's effigy, bar council to take action  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Restore water supply within two days: HC to Corporation

The Madras High Court Bench here has refused to give even a weeks time to Madurai Municipal Corporation to restore drinking water connection to the house of an octogenarian at Tirunagar near here and directed the Commissioner to ensure that the work is done ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

JAC refuses to back down, terms court’s order dubious

Terming dubious the latest order of the Madras High Court that reiterated that the amended Advocates Rules are already in abeyance, P. Thirumalairajan, chief coordinator of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) that is spearheading the opposition to the Rules, on ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Advocates Act amendment: Madras HIgh Court under security blanket as lawyers hold 'siege' stir

Lawyers protest against Madras High Court amendment to Advocate act.
 DNA2 days ago Despite Calcutta HCs rejection, Lok Sabha moves bill to change Bombay, Madras and Calcutta HCs name  DNA1 week ago Govt moves bill to rename Bombay, Madras, Calcutta high courts  Business Standard1 week ago Govt moves bill to change Bombay, Madras, Calcutta HCs names  Business Standard1 week ago
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