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The petitioners alleged that many students from other states have been allotted MBBS seats in Tamil Nadu based on nativity certificates obtained fraudulently.
The DMK on Thursday moved the Madras High Court with a plea to furnish a copy of the report of CBI which investigated the case relating to seizure of `570 crores from three container lorries.
The First Bench of the Madras High Court on Thursday directed the State to consider a representation seeking enhancement of the age of superannuation of government doctors from 58 to 65 years.
The Madras High Court has directed the PWD and the Forest officials to immediately take steps for the removal of solar fences that encroachers were allegedly allowed to erect in the reserve forest.
A writ petition has been filed in the Madras High Court for a directive to the authorities concerned not to fill up the seats reserved for Puducherry Scheduled Caste in JIPMER.
Madurai Bench asks State if power supply is required to arrest leakage from plant.
The Madras HC refused bail to Murugesan, former president of the Kannammapalayam panchayat union in Coimbatore district, who was arrested on charges of abetting manufacture of gutka.
No one has the right to force another person into any act in the name of ceremony, which by its nature causes pain and suffering and results in cruelty to a person.
A bail petition filed at the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court by Karuppasamy, arrested in connection with the Nirmala Devi case, has been dismissed as withdrawn.
A Public Interest Litigation has been filed at the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court, seeking to direct the Vedanta company to provide a compensation of `750 crores to the government.
Company alleges that TANGEDCO cut electricity without serving notice, which caused gas leakage in the unit.
Madras High Court slams authorities for not taking action against anti-Chief Justice comments on social media
The bench posed the question on a plea seeking direction to authorities to take action against some reported advocates, who trespassed into a clinic and threatened a doctor.
The Court said a strong message must be sent to society that cruel acts in the name of ceremony would not be tolerated and will be dealt with severely by courts.
She had moved the high court challenging the summons on the ground that women cannot be called for investigation out of their place of residence under CrPC section 160.
Presiding over the first bench of the Madras High Court, Chief Justice Indira Banerjee on Monday opined that the Thoothukudi police firing incident was a fit case to be probed by the CBI.