The Madurai bench of the court observed that the reasons given by the Sivaganga Mahila Court for granting bail to the accused are 'wholly unsustainable in law'.
The Madras High Court set aside an order passed by Thanjavur district collector rejecting the arbitration application of a man on the ground that it was filed after the prescribed period.
The candidates sought to videograph the process. Also alleging that the Registry of the court declined to number their petitions, the litigants mentioned the matter before the vacation bench.
Aggrieved over the Tiruvallur Additional District Judge’s ruling in a matrimonial case, a man moved the Madras High Court seeking to implead the judge as a party-respondent in the matter.
The PIL alleged that from April 2018 till November 2019, as many as five students had committed suicide in the campus and the management had not taken any effective steps in arresting the issue.
Taking circumstances into consideration, court acquits deceased woman's husband and in-laws from a dowry death case.
The 48-page order was passed by a bench comprising Justices S Vaidyanathan and N Anand Venkatesh, as a solution to address increasing incidents of ‘witnesses turning hostile.’
The bench has issued notices to the NHAI and to the State Highways department asking them to respond by December 9.
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath-of-office to Sahi during the swearing-in ceremony held at the Raj Bhavan.
According to the prosecution, Krishnamoorthy’s wife had an affair with their house owner’s son Sathish and eloped with him on April 7, 2011.
The petitioner submitted that her uncle Murugan has been fasting for the past 15 days in protest against his solitary confinement and demanding permission to talk to his wife and co-life convict Nalin
The bench was allowing a habeas corpus petition from 37-year-old Sayan, challenging the orders dated March 21 this year of the Additional Chief Secretary, Home, Prohibition and Excise department.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court passed the order while allowing the anticipatory bail petitions filed by the two men, one Mahedev of Madurai and Jabin Charles of Kanniyakumari.
The court said while the Central government is reversing various schemes brought in by the earlier government, why it could not reverse the decision on the medical entrance exam or NEET.
The judge ordered a copy of this judgement to be circulated to all the district and Taluk level legal services authorities to spread legal awareness to senior citizens.