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A Division Bench of the Madras High Court has acquitted three accused in a murder case.
The plaintiff has arrayed Eros and Viacom as garnishees to the suit to prevent them from paying the money to the producer, as otherwise, the scope of getting back her money would become remote.
The Madras High Court had on September 11, 2014 ordered the appointment of former Madurai District Collector Sagayam to conduct probe into all granite mining contracts and licences given.
A PIL petition has been filed in the Madras High Court to quash a Government Order, which proposed to expand the Chennai Metropolitan Planning Area (CMPA) to 8,878 sq km.
Such deeds are social wrongs, says court after mother gets imprisoned following boy’s elopement in Salem.
According to advocate P Chandrasekaran, Dr V Joseph was suspended from service by an order dated December 7, 2017 of the college.
The case relates to the killing of Sankar, who fell in love with Kausalya, a non-dalit girl, while they were studying in a private engineering college in Pollachi.
The Madras High Court today granted 20 days parole to a life convict in the 1998 Coimbatore serial bomb blast case to enable him conduct his daughter's marriage.
Quoting latest data, the law ministry said the working strength of the 24 high courts on March one was 673.
The petition from advocate V Vasanthakumar prayed for a declaration that the blanket ban on canvassing through social media for the election as arbitrary.
The first bench of the Madras High Court has agreed to treat the assault on an advocate in Thattarmadam in Thoothukudi district as a suo-motu PIL petition.
As cell phone towers are for the purpose of making citizens use the cell phones, it is mandatory on the part of the petitioners to seek prior permission from the authorities concerned, a Bench ruled.
SEBI had frozen the immovable property of the company and its MD and director, based on complaints received by Raipur Police.
The practice of picking candidates through backdoor and subsequently regularising them needs to be deprecated, the Madras High Court has observed.
The judge granted two more weeks to the government to implement all the directives, failing which he would issue summons for the appearance of Chief Secretary.