The very purpose of forming an authorisation committee in Madurai was for the benefit of people from the southern districts.
During the hearing, the judges castigated the district authorities and police for branding the people as ‘criminals’.
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court cancelled bail granted to an accused who was charged of sexually abusing two minor girls in Thoothukudi.
The petitioners ought to have made the complaint before the pre-valuation meeting was conducted or the publishing of results, so that it could have been examined, he stated.
The accused person has been identified as Chakravarthy of Thiruvanamalai district and is not a doctor.
For this purpose, the IOCL planned to acquire several acres of agricultural lands in South Veerapandiapuram and Saminatham villages in Thoothukudi, including her land, the litigant stated.
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court set aside the compensation granted by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal to two police personnel who were allegedly injured in an accident involving a Tamil
Rajendaran had also filed a similar petition challenging the appointment of the two non-judicial members – Rajaram and Arumugam –and their appointments had been stayed by the court.
A division bench, comprising justices N Kirubakaran and S S Sundar, passed the order on the PIL filed by one K K Ramesh of Madurai in 2015.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court directed the Central and State governments to deploy watchmen to protect 430 vital archaeological sites in the State.
The litigation states that the doctors are finding it difficult to diagnose the abnormalities or substantial risk or serious physical handicap to the foetus within 20 weeks as the cases are being repo
After much drama, the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court on Wednesday lifted the ban it had imposed on the download of Chinese mobile application Tik Tok.
The Court has also directed the Health Secretary to issue a G.O. prohibiting sex reassignment surgery on intersex infants and children.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court has directed the Special Government Pleader to get instructions from the government whether vehicle owners were permitted to use tinted glass
During the hearing, Justice Mahadevan castigated the Secretary and Commissioner for failing to take any decision with regard to the issue even after a year.