Exposing official apathy in two cases, the Madras High Court Monday raised serious questions which need to be answered by the authorities. Continue Reading
The Madras High Court today wanted to know from where city-based businessman Ranvir Shah, from whose properties the police found and seized large number of idols, purchased them. Continue Reading
The court observed that the beach can’t be used for agitations as public order is equally important. Continue Reading
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.
She was arrested on charges of pocketing money and gold collected as donations for making idols for Sri Ekambareswarar Temple in Kancheeputam in 2015. Kavitha’s counsel Ramesh who moved the court for bail said no summon was issued to his client. Continue Reading
After summoning the Thoothukudi Collector to be present at the Court premises recently, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court today directed that all cases pertaining to the anti-Sterlite protests that took place this May, be dealt with as one. Continue Reading
In an affidavit filed before Justice T Raja, the Home Department said Rs 22.83 crore had been allocated for procurement of 233 video conferencing equipment and accessories for this purpose in two phases. Continue Reading
The State government today informed the Madras High Court that it was ready to transfer the idol theft case to the CBI. Continue Reading