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Only Senior Citizens/Parents Entitled To Prefer Appeal Against Order Of Tribunal Under Senior Citizen Act 2007: Madras High Court

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  In an elegant, exemplary, eloquent and effective judgment titled K Raju v. Union of India & Ors. in W.P. No. 29988 of 2019, the Madras High Court has rightly, remarkably and recently on 19 February 2021 held that only senior citizens/parents are entitled to file an appeal against an order passed by the Tribunal […]

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Bombay High Court directs Congress leader P Chidambaram and others to file statement in 10,000 cr damage suit by 63 Moons Technologies.

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The Bombay high court on Friday asked Congress leader P Chidambaram, former forward market commission (FMC) chairman Ramesh Abhishek and serving bureaucrat KP Krishnan to file their statements in the the Rs 10,000 crore damage suit by 63 Moons Technologies within four weeks. The bench said that if the trio fail to submit the statements within […]

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Section 125 CrPC: Unmarried Daughter Can Claim Maintenance From Father: Madras High Court

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It has to be acknowledged right at the outset that in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled R Kiruba Kanmani Vs L Rajan in Crl. O.P. No. 15336 of 2019 delivered on June 17, 2019, the Madras High Court has very rightly held that unmarried daughter can claim maintenance from her father by filing […]

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Majority Of Citizens Don’t Want Judiciary To Show Any Sympathy To Rape & Murder Convicts: Madras High Court

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“We are shocked by the savagery of the offence unleashed by the accused towards the deceased. Such conduct of the accused would only show that he is an extremist and that he will be a menace to the society.” The Madras High Court has confirmed death sentence to a man accused of brutal murder of […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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