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Madras high court december 2 order

Madras high court december 2 order

[12/2, 11:55] Sekarreporter 1: போதைப்பொருளின் தீமைகள் குறித்த விழிப்புணர்வு உண்ணாவிரதத்திற்கு அனுமதி கோரிய சமத்துவ மக்கள் கட்சி மனுக்களை பரிசீலித்து முடிவெடுக்கும்படி காவல்துறைக்கு சென்னை உயர் நீதிமன்றம் உத்தரவிட்டுள்ளது. போதைப்பொருட்களின் பயன்பட்டால் ஏற்படும் தீமைகள் குறித்து விழிப்புணர்வு ஏற்படுத்துவதற்காக தமிழகம் முழுவதும் நாளை (டிசம்பர் 3)...

Madras high court new port folio list

Madras high court new port folio list

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   It is THAT time of the Season            Narasimhan Vijayaraghavan                                Margazhi comes calling early these days. Beginning on 1st December itself and stretching up to Jan 1st. Today is 2nd Dec,2022, Friday, promptly I am in my chosen seat in Narada Gana Sabha. After a two or three year hiatus, katcheris are back on the physical mode. No Covid protocols in place. Surely, not insisted upon . Of course, I removed my mask to have my first cuppa of coffee in the make shift canteen.

   It is THAT time of the Season Narasimhan Vijayaraghavan                         Margazhi comes calling early these days. Beginning on 1st December itself and stretching up to Jan 1st. Today is 2nd Dec,2022, Friday, promptly I am in my chosen seat in Narada Gana Sabha. After a two or three year hiatus, katcheris are back on the physical mode. No Covid protocols in place. Surely, not insisted upon . Of course, I removed my mask to have my first cuppa of coffee in the make shift canteen.

It is THAT time of the Season Vijayaraghavan It is THAT time of the Season Narasimhan Vijayaraghavan         Margazhi comes calling early these days. Beginning on 1st December itself and stretching...

THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE R.MAHADEVAN and  THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE J.SATHYA NARAYANA PRASAD  W.P.(MD)No. 21483 of 2022  S.M.A.Pon Gandhimathinathan                                  .. Petitioner

THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE R.MAHADEVAN and THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE J.SATHYA NARAYANA PRASAD W.P.(MD)No. 21483 of 2022 S.M.A.Pon Gandhimathinathan                                  .. Petitioner

BEFORE THE MADURAI BENCH OF MADRAS HIGH COURT Reserved on Pronounced on 24.11.2022 02.12.2022 CORAM THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE R.MAHADEVAN and THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE J.SATHYA NARAYANA PRASAD W.P.(MD)No. 21483 of 2022 S.M.A.Pon Gandhimathinathan                                  .....

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.S.RAMESH  and  THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE N.ANAND VENKATESH      W.P(MD)No.14341 of 2022  and  W.M.P(MD)Nos.10249, 10251, 10252, 10245, 10246 and   21098 of 2022.Petitioner     : Mr.Vallinayagam                                                      Senior Counsel for                                                      Mr.S.Palani Velayutham                           For Respondents           : Mr.Veerakathiravan,                                                    Additional Advocate General                                                    assisted by Mr.Senthil Ayyanar                                                  Government Advocate for R1 to R4                                                       :No appearance for R5              

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.S.RAMESH and THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE N.ANAND VENKATESH    W.P(MD)No.14341 of 2022 and W.M.P(MD)Nos.10249, 10251, 10252, 10245, 10246 and  21098 of 2022.Petitioner     : Mr.Vallinayagam                                                     Senior Counsel for                                                     Mr.S.Palani Velayutham                       For Respondents           : Mr.Veerakathiravan,                                                   Additional Advocate General                                                   assisted by Mr.Senthil Ayyanar                                                 Government Advocate for R1 to R4                                                   :No appearance for R5              

BEFORE THE MADURAI BENCH OF MADRAS HIGH COURT   RESERVED ON    :  29.11.2022 DELIVERED ON   :   02.12.2022   CORAM :   THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.S.RAMESH and THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE N.ANAND VENKATESH  ...

THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE D.KRISHNAKUMAR  AND  THE HON’BLE MRS. JUSTICE T.V.THAMILSELVI     W.P.No.22687 of 2022     P.Shakespheare                                                            .. Petitioner. For the Petitioner     	  :  	  Mr.K.Gandhi Kumar        For the Respondents  	  :  	  Mr.M.Alagu Gautham  Government Advocate

THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE D.KRISHNAKUMAR AND THE HON’BLE MRS. JUSTICE T.V.THAMILSELVI   W.P.No.22687 of 2022   P.Shakespheare                                                            .. Petitioner. For the Petitioner : Mr.K.Gandhi Kumar For the Respondents : Mr.M.Alagu Gautham Government Advocate

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS   DATED:   22.11.2022   CORAM :   THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE D.KRISHNAKUMAR AND THE HON’BLE MRS. JUSTICE T.V.THAMILSELVI   W.P.No.22687 of 2022   P.Shakespheare                                                           ...

(v)On breach of any of the aforesaid conditions, the learned Sessions Judge/Special Court is entitled to take appropriate action against the petitioner in accordance with law as if the conditions have been imposed and the petitioner released on bail by the learned Sessions Judge/Special Court himself as laid down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in P.K.Shaji vs.  State of Kerala [(2005)AIR SCW 5560].  (vi)If the petitioner thereafter abscond, a fresh FIR can be registered under Section 229A IPC.                             (K M S J)                                      01.12.2022 CSM   TO

(v)On breach of any of the aforesaid conditions, the learned Sessions Judge/Special Court is entitled to take appropriate action against the petitioner in accordance with law as if the conditions have been imposed and the petitioner released on bail by the learned Sessions Judge/Special Court himself as laid down by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in P.K.Shaji vs. State of Kerala [(2005)AIR SCW 5560]. (vi)If the petitioner thereafter abscond, a fresh FIR can be registered under Section 229A IPC.                            (K M S J)                                     01.12.2022 CSM  TO

BEFORE THE MADURAI BENCH OF MADRAS HIGH COURT ( Criminal Jurisdiction ) Reserved on : 23.11.2022 Delivered on :  01.12.2022 PRESENT The Hon`ble  Mr.Justice K.MURALI SHANKAR CRL OP(MD). No.17530 of 2022 Maran                               …...

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.DHANDAPANI     W.P. NOS.14705 OF 2013 & 13313 OF 2017  AND  W.M.P. NOS. 14311 & 14312 OF 2017.  For Petitioner       : Mr. P.Wilson, SC, for                                                                Mr.V.Chandrasekaran in WP 13313/17                                                                Mr. AR.L.Sundaresan, SC, for                                                                Mr.V.Chandrasekaran in WP 14705/13                             For Respondents : Mr. P.Sathish, AGP for RR-1 to 3 in both WPs                                                                Mr.R.Viduthalai, SC, for                                                                Mr. K.S.Jeyaganesan for R-4 in WP 13313/17                                                                Mr. Naveen Kumar Murti for                                                                Ms. S.Varsha for R-5 in both petitions                                                                Mr. S.P.Yuvaraj for R-6 in WP 13313/17                                                                Mr. Vijayakumar for R-4 in WP 14705/13     COMMON ORDER      the result the following order is passed :- i) Both the writ petitions fail and, accordingly, they are dismissed; ii) The writ petitions are maintainable and the purchase made by London Missionary is only with regard to the building and not the land and neither London Missionary nor the petitioner have absolute right and title over the extent of 12.66 acres of land;  iii) The land to the extent of 12.66 acres, aforesaid, vests absolutely with the State Government and there is no embargo for the State Government to proceed with the formation of 80 Feet Road and no acquisition needs to be resorted to for utilizing the said lands;  iv) The Chief Secretary and Revenue Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, are directed to issue necessary directions to Commissioner of Land Administration as also the Commissioner of Land Survey and Settlement, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, to take steps forthwith to identify the lands for which ground rent/quit rent is being paid and take necessary action for retrieving the said lands to the coffers of the State Government. v) Consequently, connected miscellaneous petitions are closed. In the circumstances of the case there shall be no order as to costs. vi) Registry is directed to mark a copy of this order to the Chief Secretary and Revenue Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai for appropriate action.

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.DHANDAPANI   W.P. NOS.14705 OF 2013 & 13313 OF 2017 AND W.M.P. NOS. 14311 & 14312 OF 2017. For Petitioner       : Mr. P.Wilson, SC, for                                                               Mr.V.Chandrasekaran in WP 13313/17                                                               Mr. AR.L.Sundaresan, SC, for                                                               Mr.V.Chandrasekaran in WP 14705/13                         For Respondents : Mr. P.Sathish, AGP for RR-1 to 3 in both WPs                                                               Mr.R.Viduthalai, SC, for                                                               Mr. K.S.Jeyaganesan for R-4 in WP 13313/17                                                               Mr. Naveen Kumar Murti for                                                               Ms. S.Varsha for R-5 in both petitions                                                               Mr. S.P.Yuvaraj for R-6 in WP 13313/17                                                               Mr. Vijayakumar for R-4 in WP 14705/13 COMMON ORDER the result the following order is passed :- i) Both the writ petitions fail and, accordingly, they are dismissed; ii) The writ petitions are maintainable and the purchase made by London Missionary is only with regard to the building and not the land and neither London Missionary nor the petitioner have absolute right and title over the extent of 12.66 acres of land; iii) The land to the extent of 12.66 acres, aforesaid, vests absolutely with the State Government and there is no embargo for the State Government to proceed with the formation of 80 Feet Road and no acquisition needs to be resorted to for utilizing the said lands; iv) The Chief Secretary and Revenue Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, are directed to issue necessary directions to Commissioner of Land Administration as also the Commissioner of Land Survey and Settlement, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, to take steps forthwith to identify the lands for which ground rent/quit rent is being paid and take necessary action for retrieving the said lands to the coffers of the State Government. v) Consequently, connected miscellaneous petitions are closed. In the circumstances of the case there shall be no order as to costs. vi) Registry is directed to mark a copy of this order to the Chief Secretary and Revenue Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu, Chennai for appropriate action.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS   Reserved on Pronounced on 18.11.2022 2.12.2022   CORAM   THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE M.DHANDAPANI   W.P. NOS.14705 OF 2013 & 13313 OF 2017 AND W.M.P....

Today Hon’ble SupremeCourt permitted TN Govt to do Counselling for 50% of seats for Inservice candidate in super speciality course. Hon’ble Mr Justice BR Gavai and Hon’ble Mr Justice Vikram Nath passed order today in the clarification petition filed by TN govt and in the SLP filed by inservice candidates against Madras HC judgement dated 18.11.2022. Mr P. Wilson appeared for inservice candidates. With in 15 days the counselling has to be conducted and completed for inservice candidates by TN Government

Today Hon’ble SupremeCourt permitted TN Govt to do Counselling for 50% of seats for Inservice candidate in super speciality course. Hon’ble Mr Justice BR Gavai and Hon’ble Mr Justice Vikram Nath passed order today in the clarification petition filed by TN govt and in the SLP filed by inservice candidates against Madras HC judgement dated 18.11.2022. Mr P. Wilson appeared for inservice candidates. With in 15 days the counselling has to be conducted and completed for inservice candidates by TN Government

[12/2, 14:26] Sekarreporter 1: அரசு மருத்துவர்களுக்கு சூப்பர் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவ படிப்புகளில் 50 % இடங்களுக்கு கலந்தாய்வு நடத்திட தமிழக அரசுக்கு அனுமதி வழங்கி உச்ச நீதிமன்றம் இன்று உத்தரவிட்டுள்ளது. 18.11.2022 அன்று சென்னை உயர் நீதிமன்றம் வழங்கிய தீர்ப்புக்கு எதிராக தமிழக அரசு தாக்கல்...

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