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The PIL petition prayed for a directive to the School Education secretary not to consider the class 11 marks while calculating the passing-out marks for college admissions.
A PIL petition was filed in the Madras High Court on Friday seeking the recall of Kiran Bedi, who is the Lieutenant Governor (L-G) of Puducherry since 2016.
HC on Friday issued notice to Apollo Hospitals on a sub-application filed by S Amrutha, who claimed herself as the biological daughter of the former Chief Minister.
The Madras High Court has permitted an expelled AIADMK party men to celebrate the 70th birth anniversary of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in Coimbatore district, subject to certain conditions.
Justice R Mahadevan, who granted the relief to Muthaiah, directed him to surrender before the Judicial Magistrate-I at Kancheepuram within a week.
The Madras High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition filed by Premkumar, a co-accused in the mining baron Shekar Reddy’s case, seeking return of his passport surrendered before the CBI court.
The higher education department has earlier issued a notification which cancelled an exam and issued a notice for conducting the exam afresh in August 2018.
The HC had earlier quashed a BCI order laying down several conditions, including 10 years of continuous practice, for contesting these polls, three days after another bench had stayed the order.
The Madras High Court today dismissed a PIL plea seeking to stay the Amma Two Wheeler Scheme of the Tamil Nadu government.
The Madras High Court today granted anticipatory bail to M Muthaiah, chief temple architect of the Tamil government, in a gold idol theft case in Kancheepuram.
Nolambur-based Nethrodaya Public Charitable Trust sought waiver of infrastructure and amenities charges for an additional construction of second floor.
Madras High Court directs Tamil Nadu government to consider plea for increased subsidy for disabled women
The Madras High Court today directed the Tamil Nadu government to consider a plea seeking 25 per cent increase in the subsidy for the disabled women.
The bodies of the five men, suspected to be woodcutters from Salem district, were found floating in a decomposed state in an irrigation tank at Vontimitta village on February 18.
Madras High Court directs Tamil Nadu police to file case against seer if cognisable offence made out
The plea sought registration of a criminal case against a seer for making comments while condemning Tamil lyricist Vairamuthu for his 'objectionable' remarks about Goddess Andal.
The petitioner claimed that the diversion of water course is opposed to public policy and tribal policy and it would reduce the flow of water.