The court said it was disposing the plea based on merits of the matter, and directed the authorities concerned to examine the representation within four weeks.
Observing that temple idols are national treasure, the court passed the directions on a plea pertaining to such stolen articles from ancient temples.
State informs High Court of banning games including Rummy
The bench recording the submissions moved by the petitioner ordered notices to State and adjourned plea to January 25.
However, the court also said that if any wholesale trade is carried outside the market area, then the local authority can initiate action against those involved in it.
Stating that Madurai is an ideal place to establish such an academy, he sought the above direction. He also wanted seminars and talks on legal topics to be organised in the academy.
The litigant S Pandidurai of Theni submitted that in 2011 Assembly elections, nearly 23,319 out of 1,29,413 votes polled through postal ballots turned out to be invalid.
Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice M M Sundresh, called it an excellent idea.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court directed the State government to file status report on action taken to remove illegal constructions on revenue lands and public places across the State.
The court found out that around 1,000 such cases were pending, in which a majority of them have come to a grinding halt, without any progress for over three years.
The Chief Justice of the Madras High Court Sanjib Banerjee, spoke about the duty cast upon persons holding public offices.
The petitioners claimed that as TNSTC has not released their pension benefits, they cannot be stated to be relieved from service.
The court passed the directions to the plea moved by S Murugan, who was appointed as an office assistant in the Vadamattam Higher Secondary School, Tiruvarur.
The Madras High Court has refused to stay demolition of an unauthorised commercial building in Kottivakkam.
Justice Swaminathan observed that Kumar had been ‘unfairly’ denied seat and had to move the court thrice.