Faculty cannot follow full time course while teaching: Madras High Court

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CHENNAI: Acting as a faculty member, condemning the rituals of pursuing a full-time course of a teacher or professor, the Madras High Court has made it clear that the university or the concerned college can not be allowed without prior permission. . The university/institution and the recognition authorities must ensure that no teacher/professor is permitted… Read more »

Rahul Gandhi security lapse: Madras High Court issued notice to Centre and Tamil Nadu Government

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CHENNAI: The Madras High Court today issued notices to the Tamil Nadu and Central governments on a PIL seeking a judicial probe in alleged security lapses during Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the Rajaji Hall here to pay homage to departed DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi. Advocate A.P. Suryaprakasam also sought a direction to the… Read more »

Madras High Court fumes over unchecked, corruption in Chennai corporation

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CHENNAI: The Madras High Court made strong observations over ‘rampant’ corruption in the city corporation and said people were unable to get any document without bribing officials. A petition filed by H Lakshmi came up for hearing , said “in every transaction in the corporation, people are absolutely frustrated and the corrupt activities of the… Read more »

Mismanagement of Company Affairs

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Junaid Ahmed Section 398 of the companies Act, 1956 is designed to primarily protect a company from being mismanaged and usurped by few at the helm to the detriment of the company’s interest and public interest. Sec.398 of the companies Act, 1956 mandates a person holding 10% of the equity shares to file an application… Read more »