For first time in TN, Revenue Dept takes over Sathankulam police station

Following a Madras High Court order, for the first time in the history of Tamilnadu, the Revenue department has taken charge of Sathankulam police station. Continue Reading

Madras HC says evidence may be destroyed in Sathankulam case

The Madras High Court today expressed concern that there are chances for evidences to be destroyed in the Sathankulam deaths case, in which a father-son died allegedly after they were brutally attacked in police station. Continue Reading

HC questions govt over calculation of electricity bill during lockdown

The Madras High Court today sought an explanation from the Tamilnadu government on how electricity bills are being calculated during the Covid-19 induced lockdown period. Continue Reading

Kausalya decides to appeal against HC verdict in Sankar murder case

Expressing disappointment over today’s Madras High Court verdict commuting the death sentence to life for five convicts, while acquitting one person in the sensational 2016 Udumalpet Sankar honour killing case, the victim’s wife Kausalya has said she would go for an appeal. Continue Reading

Udumalai Sankar murder case: HC strikes down death setence of 5

The Madras High Court today reduced the death sentence of five persons in the 2016 Udumalpet Sankar murder case as life sentence. It has also ordered the release of the sixth convict, who is the father of Sankar’s wife Kausalya. Continue Reading

Chief Minister’s Insurance Scheme covers Covid treatment: Govt to HC

The Tamilnadu government has informed the Madras High Court that treatment of Covid-19 in private hospitals is being covered under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme (CMCHIS). Continue Reading

Award of telecom tenders in TN: Madras HC seeks reply from DVAC

The Madras High Court today directed the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption to provide reply on filing case against Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaninswami and Revenue Minister R B Udhayakumar in connection with awarding telecom tenders. Continue Reading

Reservation in medical seats: Madras HC seeks reply from Centre

The Madras High Court today sought a reply from the Central government over allocationg 50 per cent seats to OBC candidates in medical courses. Continue Reading

No discrepancies in electricity reading: TANGEDCO to HC

TANGEDCO officials today said that there are no discrepancies in the electricity bill reading. The electricity board submitted the clarification at the Madras High Court. Continue Reading