Madras High Court on Monday ordered issue of notices to counsel for Chief Election Commissioner, Tamil Nadu Election Commission and Additional Government Pleader Sanjay Gandhi, whi is the counsel for Secretary, Local Administration Dept, District Collector, Ariyalur on a petition by K Chinnapillai, who contested as BJP candidate for ward no 12, Andimadam which fell vacant.
The Madras High Court bench on Saturday rejected the plea of a dental college, seeking a direction to the Dental Council of India and Dr. MGR Medical University to register candidates admitted in excess of the permitted level and issue them Hall tickets to write the exam for 2013-14.
The Madurai Bench of the Madras High court on Friday granted conditional bail to the former Union Minister and expelled DMK leader MK Alagiri in a case relating to alleged grabbing of land belonging to a local temple.
Former union minister and expelled DMK leader MK Alagiri, against whom a case had been booked for allegedly grabbing land belonging to a local temple, on Thursday said he was not aware that it belonged to the temple and offered to give it back to them.
Madras High Court on Saturday set aside the appointment of a person as Deputy Registrar of Alagappa University, saying the selection was based only on interview marks which was against a Supreme Court order and University rules.
Madras High Court bench on Thursday granted anticipatory bail till September 3 to former Union Minister and expelled DMK leader MK Alagiri in a case relating to alleged grabbing of land of a local temple.
Concerned over rise in failed marriages due to impotency, the Madras High Court on Wednesday said government could consider making pre-marital clinical tests mandatory and awarding punishment and compensation for suppression of this condition.
Observing that payment of compensation for erecting towers was not a formality but a mandatory, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court today directed the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board to give compensation to the land owners for erecting high tension electrical towers in their lands.
The Madurai bench of Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered a notice to police and a Union Home Ministry official on a petition by anti-nuclear activist S P Udhayakumar seeking to quash an FIR against him for allegedly receiving overseas funds in violation of Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) for a trust headed by him.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday dispensed with the personal appearance of actor-turned politician Vijayakanth of DMDK in a defamation case filed against him by the state government in a court in Villupuram over his speech at a public meeting in February last.
Madras High Court has issued notice to Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and others on a PIL seeking a direction to close down childcare institutions that do not fulfill the registration criteria and violating provisions of Juvenile Justice Act and Rules.
Madras High Court on Friday granted bail to 167 workers of a multinational company, arrested and lodged in prison for staging an agitation against their firm in Kancheepuram, saying they cannot be treated like hardened criminals and such matters cannot be solved by use of police force.
The Madras High Court bench here on Friday ruled that it could not give any direction to police to permit cockfights as fight between birds and animals was prohibited under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.
Three members of banned Tamil Nadu Liberation Army arrested in connection with two cases, including planting of bombs behind a market-chain-store here earlier this year, moved the Madras High Court seeking quashing of a lower court order extending their remand.
The Madras High Court bench closed a PIL seeking to remove about 500 flexboards put up across this city to welcome Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, which eulogised her for getting the height of the Mullaperiyar dam increased to 142 feet.
MDMK chief M Vaiko, an ally of NDA in Tamil Nadu, thanked BJP Rajya Sabha MP Tarun Vijay for urging President Pranab Mukherjee to request the Centre to take immediate steps for declaring Tamil for use as a language of the Madras High Court for passing orders and judgements.
Tamil Nadu Government on Monday informed the Madras High Court that at least 46 students could not be admitted to MBBS or BDS courses this year as they had not completed 17 years of age as on the cut-off date December 31, 2013.