Quashing a GO recalling minority status given to a Chennai college, the high court said that minority community students can also compete in the 50% general category for admission on merit.
The bench, in its order, said it is unable to subscribe to the views of the single judge who dismissed the writ petitions relying on the prospectus of PIMS without considering the new regulations.
The court emphasised that any negligence would amount to contempt, directing the chief secretary to submit an affidavit summarising the measures taken by the state.
The matter pertained to an estranged couple fighting over their daughter's name. As the birth certificate issued to the girl had no name on it, her mother attempted to register a name.
As per a complaint lodged with Cantonment police station on November 30, 2017, the lawyer claimed he still had the keys to the locker in the bank in which he had kept his family’s valuables.
The complaint was registered by K C Rajanna, an activist, from Kolar.
The HC remarked there is little doubt the drains had been cleaned thoroughly, which spared the city from flooding last monsoon.
Justice Devan Ramachandran issued the order on a petition challenging the decision of the sub-registrar rejecting the application to register marriage.
Dr P Sidharthan was denied admission to a post-graduate course in general medicine by the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in 2017 despite being allotted the seat.
Seethakka alleged that the denial of the Constituency Development Fund was primarily due to her political affiliation with the Congress and her alleged association with Naxal activities.
TSPSC now plans to appeal in the Supreme Court against the high court order cancelling the exam.
While 54 of the convicted members died during the course of the 19-year-long trial, the remaining 215 had appealed their sentencing before the high court.
Justice G Jayachandran will hear the suo motu revisions against the acquittal and discharge of sitting and former ministers of Tamil Nadu in disproportionate assets cases.
Justice P Velmurugan ordered the state to pay Rs 10 lakh as compensation to each of the 18 rape victims, give suitable government jobs to them or their family members and more.
A Bench of justices SS Sundar and D Bharatha Chakravarthy issued notice and adjourned the case for further hearing.
In the earlier hearing on NHAI's plea on September 26, the judges had noted that the 50% fee collection, ordered by them on September 11, was not at all implemented.
In his review petition, Kejriwal, however, said no such degree was available on the varsity's website.
The committee may suggest a specific methodology under which patients belonging to the EWS category may continue to receive benefits of treatment/drugs till financial assistance is disbursed.
Justice P Velmurugan orders Rs. 10 lakh compensation for victims, govt jobs and livelihood enhancement measures.
Following careful consideration of the petitioners’ arguments, the bench has initiated the process by issuing notices to the relevant authorities requesting them to submit records related to the case