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Madras HC Upholds Default Bail Of Accused Under UAPA

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  In a well-written, well-worded, well-articulated, well-analysed, well-reasoned, well-balanced and well-substantiated judgment titled Union of India v. Vivekanandan @ Vivek in Criminal Appeal Nos. 272 and 275 of 2021 that was reserved on June 18, 2021 and then finally delivered on June 28, 2021, the Madras High Court upheld the decision of a lower Court, […]

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Textbook Example Of State Instrumentality’s Unjust Enrichment: Madras HC Slams BSNL For Its Failure To Use Land For 20 Years

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  In a notable judgment titled AS Marimuthu Vs The Ministry of Telecommunications, Government of India and 2 others in W.P(MD) No. 5485 of 2014 that was reserved on June 18, 2021 and then delivered finally on June 23, 2021, the Madras High Court slammed BSNL for virtually grabbing the property belonging to one AS […]

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Political Parties Should Be Prohibited From Giving Election Promises Which Are Capable Of Adding Burden On The Public Exchequer: Madras HC

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  In a hugely significant development with far reaching consequences, the Madras High Court has just recently on March 31, 2021 in a brief, brilliant, bold and balanced judgment titled M Chandramohan (M/48/2020) vs The Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and 4 Others in W.P.(MD).No.18733 of 2020 and W.M.P.No.15646 of 2020 has sought to make […]

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Present Generation Taking Concept Of Marriage Very Lightly, They Apply For Divorce On Unimaginable Trivial Issues: Madras HC

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                                       It has to be taken most seriously that none other than the Madras High Court which is one of the oldest High Courts in India has taken most serious note of the present generation taking concept of marriage very lightly and they apply for divorce on unimaginable trivial issues and marriage is broken. This […]

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Shocking That Children In This Country Are Till Date Being Subjected To Sadistic & Inhumane Culture Of Corporal Punishment: Madras HC

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  While mincing no words in stating the shocking reality with which children in this country still being ill-treated, the Madras High Court most recently on 4 March 2021 in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled S. Jai Singh & Ors. v. State & Anr. In CRL.O.P.No.23120 of 2019 and Crl.MP.No.807 of 2020 […]

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Religious Processions Should Spread Positivity/Brotherhood & In No Manner Should Cause Any Communal Disturbance: Madras HC

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  It is remarkable, righteous and refreshing to see that the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled M. Thangaraj (Ex. MC) v. The District Collector, Dindigul District, Dindigul and others [WP(MD)No.433 of 2021 & WMP(MD)Nos.359, 360 & 362 of 2021] while allowing the general public including […]

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Madras HC Takes Serious Note Of Doctors Not Even Going Near Dead Bodies As Such Shabby Unscientific Reports Will Collapse Criminal Justice System In Country

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While noting that in most of the medico-legal cases, the sentence in most of the medico-legal cases, the outcome of the criminal case depends upon the findings in the autopsy certificate and also the doctor’s evidence, the Madras High Court in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled RM Arun Swaminathan Vs The Principal Secretary […]

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Madras HC Issues Guidelines For Settlement Of Just Accident Compensation Under MV Act

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It is most refreshing, most rejuvenating and most remarkable that the Madras High Court most recently on September 23, 2020 has in a well-worded, well-reasoned, well-articulated and well-framed judgment titled Manager, United India Insurance Company Limited vs. Shanmugam and others in CMA No. 2854 of 2016 and CMP No. 20682 of 2016 issued detailed guidelines […]

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Why Central Govt Not Enacted Law To Prohibit Candidates With Criminal Backgrounds From Contesting Elections As Observed By SC?: Asks Madras HC

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It is most refreshing, most reassuring and most remarkable that the Madras High Court has just recently on 13 August 2020 in a well-reasoned, well-articulated, well-worded, well-analyzed and well-balanced judgment titled Jamuna Vs 1. The Secretary to Government, Government of India, 2. The Lieutenant Governor, Puducherry, 3. The District Magistrate-cum-Authorised Officer, Puducherry in H.C.P. No. […]

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University Bound To Provide Answer Sheets Under RTI: Madras HC

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 In a remarkable decision, the Madras High Court very recently on October 14, 2019 in The Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University, Represented by its Registrar vs 1. The Tamil Nadu State Information Commission Represented by its Assistant Registrar 2. Pavan Kumar Gandhi 3. Paras Jain 4. Kumar Shanu (R-3 & R-4 impleaded via order […]

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Madras HC stays proceedings in defamation case against DMK chief Stalin

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Chennai: The Madras High Court has stayed proceedings in a criminal defamation case against DMK president M K Stalin over certain remarks made by him against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami in September. Justice N Anand Venkatesh issued the interim order on Thursday on a petition by Stalin against the proceedings arising out of a […]

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