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 petitioners claimed that as TNSTC has not released their pension benefits, they cannot be stated to be relieved from service.
A division bench comprising Justices MM Sundresh and S Ananthi stated that the board ought to have followed the method adopted by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission while implementing the Act.
Chandrasekaran submitted that with more people showing interest in traditional Tamil foods like palm products, food adulteration mafias are adulterating palm products to earn profit.
Justice S Vaidyanathan observed that the university is entitled to fix any minimum standard for the programme, even if its more than what has been prescribed in the service rules.
A division bench of Justices N Kirubakaran and B Pugalendhi made the observation while hearing a petition filed by the advocate G Sivakumar of Kanniyakumari challenging the action of the association.
Calling the issue an eye-opener, the bench said a separate wing should be formed by the government to monitor print and television reports as well as social media and notify such matters to officials
A division bench, comprising Justices N Kirubakaran and B Pugalendhi, observed that the government has to give publicity to ancient sites, so that people, including foreigners will visit the sites.
The said workers had been engaged by some contractors for TWAD Board projects and they worked continuously for 480 days in two consecutive years.
Justice R Mahadevan gave the direction in a recent order, dismissing a batch of petitions filed by several candidates seeking appointment to the posts.
The directions were issued while hearing two petitions filed by headmasters of two government schools in Tiruchy and Dindigul against whom recovery proceedings were initiated.
The court said that the Chief Judicial Magistrate court of Madurai, where the CBI has filed its chargesheet in the case, can commit the case to the PDJ court in Madurai.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court sought response from the State government as to why the reservation provided for the wards of serving defence personnel in medical seats was cancelled.
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court directed the State government to bear the cost of conducting carbon dating on the artefacts unearthed during the archaeological excavations in Kodumanal
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court directed the State government to provide a two-wheeler free of cost to the Sattur woman, who contracted HIV after being transfused with contaminated blood.