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Sitting on hunger strike cannot attract offence under Section 309 of IPC, rules Madras HC

February 19, 2021 9:25 pm

A single bench of justice N Anand Venkatesh quashed the criminal proceedings against P Chandrakumar who had participated in a hunger strike in 2013.

Plea for OBC quota in medical admission: Madras HC to pronounce orders on July 27

July 19, 2020 6:33 pm

The Supreme Court had on Monday asked to decide the pleas, including one filed by Tamil Nadu government, against the Centre's decision not to grant 50 per cent quota to OBCs in medical seats

Tamil Nadu TNUSRB recruitment 2020: Madras HC grants interim stay on recruitment for 8,000 posts

February 21, 2020 1:49 pm

TNUSRB jobs 2020: The public will lose their confidence in the state if there was a fraud in every public service examination, said Justice N Anand Venkatesh

NEET has benefited only students who spend lakhs on coaching classes: Madras HC

November 04, 2019 9:20 pm

The court noted that the government stated that only 48 students got medical seats without attending coaching classes, whereas 3,033 secured admission to government colleges after going to coaching classes

Madras HC stays teachers' transfer counselling

July 11, 2019 10:22 pm

Despite vacancies in places near their place of residences, the petitioners were unable to attend the counselling because of the clause

TNPSC recruitment 2019: Madras HC directive to commission on reserve list, vacancies

April 30, 2019 3:41 pm

Justice R Mahadevan said information obtained under the RTI Act would reveal there were a lot of vacancies, including in the SC category, due to leaving or non-joining of candidates

Negative marking in JEE needs to be reconsidered: Madras HC to CBSE

February 02, 2019 1:47 pm

"In other words, negative marking does not allow a student to develop an element of guessing.. Intelligent guessing is an art," Justice R Mahadevan said

Faculty cannot pursue full time course while teaching: Madras HC

August 19, 2018 1:19 pm

"The university/institution and the recognition authorities must ensure that no teacher/professor is permitted to do the full time course without obtaining prior permission from the University/ College," the Court said

Idol theft case: No arrest of TVS chairman for six weeks, informs TN police to HC

August 11, 2018 5:08 am

Based on a petition filed by Elephant Rajendran, a lawyer from Chennai, the high court had earlier ordered a probe into allegations that several artefacts from Srirangam Temple have been stolen and that the Perumal idol has been damaged.

No lugging books to school, no homework for Class I & II pupils, says Madras HC

May 29, 2018 11:46 pm

The judge concurred with the submissions of the petitioner-advocate that the CBSE schools are prescribing homework to children of classes I and II and it was prohibited by NCERT.