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As an assurance to this effect was given by R C Paul Kanagaraj, a former MHAA president and a member of the State Bar Council, to Justice P N Prakash, last week.
On October 10, dismissing a batch of pleas moved by the flower venders, the single judge set a 48-hour ultimatum for the flower shops in Flower Bazaar near Broadway to shut permanently.
While some of the traders relented and moved over to the Koyambedu complex, more than 100 traders stayed back resulting in legal wrangles and political manoeuvring.
The idols of Natarajar, Umahemavathi and Kalyanasundarar and other deities were ‘stolen ones’ coming within the ambit of section 410 of the IPC.
Justice RMT Teekkaa Raman passed the order while dismissing a revision petition from Subramanian, the second accused in the case.
The documents relating to the Chennai-Salem eight-way corridor project deserve to be kept in museum, a division bench of the Madras High Court has said.
Police conducted an inquiry into the issue and submitted a report saying that there were many such complaints pending against the advocates and the student.
Justice S M Subramaniam said the petitioner who held the high position of a Union Minister was duty bound to respond to the department's notice to prove his innocence or otherwise.
Madras HC orders sealing shops of wholesale flower vendors who run business in Esplanade despite eviction orders
The judge noted that the government had passed several orders directing the traders to shut the shops. The High Court had also upheld these orders on various occasions.
The bench of Justices S Manikumar and Subramonium Prasad gave the suggestion when the PIL from Fishermen Care came up on Tuesday.
HC bench impleaded the secretary of Inter-state Water Resources department of Kerala and issued a notice, returnable on or before the next hearing on October 29.
Madras HC directs college to issue 'Persons Studied in Tamil Medium' certificate to student who studied in Tamil
The petitioner A B Jeeva submitted that he had completed five-year integrated law degree course in the year 2017 at the Government Law College, Madurai, under Tamil medium category.
The judge directed the authorities to evict the petitioner from the government land with the help of police within four weeks.
'The government is insensitive towards the issue. From the beginning we were insisting on adopting proper approach'
Petitioner has no statutory or constitutional right to seek the mandamus, the bench of Justices S Manikumar and P T Asha said on Monday.