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Justice GR Swaminathan took up the case following a submission of the hereditary trustee of Shri Abheeshta Varadaraja Swamy temple, that his village will face 'divine wrath' if the proposed 'Rath' festival was not held on Monday
Madras High Court directs Tamil Nadu not to appropriate temple fund, says 'govt cannot decide what trustees alone can'
The Madras High Court in its order said, 'the government cannot decide what trustees alone can decide and execute'. An amount of Rs 45 crore was finalised and a list of temples were prepared for construction of Old Age Residences in the state
Madras HC grants living being status to ‘Mother Nature’: What does it mean and what are its legal precedents?
Declaring 'Mother Nature' a living being gives it the status of a legal person, with all corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a living person
Judges have to sharpen their ideas and perception, expand their knowledge and become technology enabler, said CJI NV Ramana
Madras High Court upholds 7.5 per cent reservation for government school students in medical colleges
Madras High Court was hearing a batch of petitions filed by private school students challenging the constitutionality of the Tamil Nadu Admission to undergraduate courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Indian Medicine and Homeopathy on preferential basis to students of Government Schools Act, 2020
The court was hearing a batch of petitions filed by Rangarajan Narasimhan of Tiruchirapalli district demanding dress code for devotees and disallowing non-Hindus from entering temples
The judgment, which came on an appeal against the Madras High Court verdict, dealt with the property rights of Hindu women and widows under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Madras High Court has pulled up a lower court for ordering the authorities of a Tirupur district temple to produce the 'Moolavar' idol, which had been stolen, traced and installed at the shrine
There should not be any unfair discrimination against women athletes with disabilities on grounds of race, gender, sex, marital status, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, culture, language and birth, Justice R Mahadevan said
Police had registered the case against Maridhas under different sections of IPC including promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence
The court also permitted the Income Tax department to recover dues running to several crores of rupees from the petitioners
The Bombay High Court, on 14 August this year, had stayed the operation of sub-rules (1) and (3) of Rule 9 of the said Rules of 2021, the bench pointed out
With the government banning public gathering for religious festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi scheduled to be celebrated on 10 September is expected to be a low-key affair
The court said that the Centre should reply in the language in which the state government sends the application to the Central government
The court observed that demands for CBI investigation has been increasing these days due to the credibility of the investigation agency
The typographical error had led the trial court judge to treat the semen found in the genitals of the child as semmann, which was not uncommon on a child playing on the floor outside a house.
"These actors are portraying themselves as champions to bring social justice in the society, but their acts are not in consonance", the court said.
Explainer: As Madras HC prohibits conversion therapy, a look at history of traumatic 'cures' for queer individuals
It is vital to note the pseudoscientific nature of conversion "treatment", which perceives sexual and gender orientation as a "mental illness" and homosexuality as "abnormal".
SC rejects EC's plea to expunge Madras HC remarks, says citizens have a right to know what transpires in courts
The top court said it is a staunch proponent of freedom of media to report court proceedings and that the EC's contention that press should be reporting orders only and not observations struck at principles of open court
EC says it is ‘unanimous’ there shouldn’t be plea in SC for curbs on media reporting over oral observations made by judges
The Election Commission had approached the top court with a Special Leave Petition against oral observations made by the Madras HC, where it said the EC was 'singularly responsible' for the second wave of COVID-19 and remarked that its officers should probably be 'booked for murder'