The Madras High Court today directed the District Collector of Dharmapuri to consider setting up of a separate polling booth within the Arunthathiar Colony, to ensure Dalits exercised their votes freely and independently there.
Madras High Court has stayed the amended list of 652 candidates, provisionally selected for the posts under the combined engineering services (CES), published by the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL over conferring Bharat Ratna to Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar. The PIL stated that relevant amendments have not been made to confer Bharat Ratna on a sportsperson.
Former Tamil Nadu minister and DMK leader KKSSR Ramachandran on Tuesday moved Madras High Court Bench here seeking to quash a government order appointing a Special Public Prosecutor for Vigilance cases to deal a disproportionate wealth case against him.
The Madras High Court Bench here has stayed a show cause notice issued by police sub-inspector to Desiya Forward Bloc founder leader for initiating action under CrPC section 107 (apprehension of breach of peace) ahead of anniversary of freedom fighter Pon Muthuramalinga Thevar.
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Tuesday set aside a competitive exam held by the Teachers Recruitment Board on July 21 for recruitment of PG Assistants (Tamil) and directed it to conduct a fresh exam for the Tamil subject following a complaint of erroneous questions in the exam.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday set aside an order of the city Police Commissioner denying permission to a pro-Tamil outfit for holding an indefinite fast here to press for the expulsion of Sri Lanka from the Commonwealth of Nations and shifting a meeting of the international body from Colombo.
The Madras High Court has quashed the Medical Council of India`s order debarring Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research from admitting students for 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic years.
Refusing to accept the contention of TNEB Ltd that electrocution of an 8-year old boy following heavy rains last year was due to an act of God beyond its control, Madras HC has directed it to pay a compensation of Rs three lakh.
The Madras High Court has observed that there was a total embargo to use the incriminating aspects contained in a confessional statement of an accused against him and it cannot be used to record a finding of guilty against him.