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Court sets aside magistrate order on re-investigation

Madurai: A judicial magistrate's order permitting the police to re-investigate a murder case has been set aside by the Madurai bench of the Madras high court. The judicial magistrate of Valliyoor in Tirunelveli initially accepted the investigation ... Times of India, 1 month ago

Housing scheme for gypsies faces hurdle

The district administration's initiative of transforming the lives of gypsy families living at Azhagiyapandiapuram near Maanur by providing them concrete houses may get scuttled following the objections raised by the management of a defunct stone ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
The Hindu

Housing project for gypsies hits a stumbling block

Management of a stone quarry nearby raises objections; likely to file a case The district administration's noble initiative for transforming the lives of gypsy families living at Azhagiyapandiapuram near Maanur in the district by providing them ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Murder suspects get reprieve, thanks to faulty judicial order

A gang of six that reportedly abducted a person from Villivakkam, Chennai, murdered him at Radhapuram in Tirunelveli district and set fire to the body using sugar and petrol in August 2007 has got a temporary reprieve from the murder case after ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Lok Adalats resolve 736 cases

The Lok Adalats organised in the district on Saturday resolved 736 cases by awarding compensation to the tune of Rs. 1.60 crore. A statement from the District Legal Services Authority said the 6th national Lok Aadalat of this year was organised ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

5 years later, India's longest anti-nuke agitation may have fizzled out

IMAGE: In an earlier photograph, the protestors, mostly women, in Idinthakarai at the height of the protests. Photograph: A Ganesh Nadar/'s A Ganesh Nadar visits Idinthakarai, the epicentre of the protests against the Koodangulam Nuclear Power Plant, a day after it was dedicated to the nation. 'Would you feel safe if a nuclear power plant was near your house?' Why India must pause its nuclear expansion plans Idinthakarai, in Tamil Nadu's Tirunelveli district, literally ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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