. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: The minister of law in his letter to Vaiko expressed his inability to name the high court as “Tamilnadu High court”.I wrote this article 4years ago.After my article CM Jayalalitha brought a resolution in theTN. Assembly!

[8/1, 08:54] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 08:50] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: https://www.dtnext.in/News/City/2016/07/09211641/Does-proposed-name-change-do-justice-to-High-Court.vpf
[8/1, 08:53] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: The minister of law in his letter to Vaiko expressed his inability to name the high court as “Tamilnadu High court”.I wrote this article 4years ago.After my article CM Jayalalitha brought a resolution in theTN. Assembly!
It is rather unfortunate courts do not give respect to aspirations of the people.
[8/1, 09:05] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 08:58] Chellapandian Mhc Advt: KCJ first court’s should function like JUSTICE Sathyadev, People needs fairJustice from our Institutions, name is secondary sir.
[8/1, 09:04] Sekarreporter 1: 8/1, 08:50] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: https://www.dtnext.in/News/City/2016/07/09211641/Does-proposed-name-change-do-justice-to-High-Court.vpf [8/1, 08:53] K. Chandru Former Judge Of http://www.sekarreporter.com/8-1-0850-k-chandru-former-judge-of-highcourt-https-www-dtnext-in-news-city-2016-07-09211641-does-proposed-name-change-do-justice-to-high-court-vpf-8-1-0853-k-chandru-former-judge-of/
[8/1, 09:51] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 09:15] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: செல்லபாண்டியனாரே!!நம்ம பெத்துக்க நல்லவக தான்..நிறைய நல்லகாரியங்களைச்செஞ்சிருக்காக!!
ஆனாலும் நமக்கு ஒரு நல்ல பெயர் வச்சாங்க ப்ளே!!
அது மாரி நம்ம கோர்ட்டுக்குள் நல்லபெயர் வைக்கிறது முக்கியம்தானே?
[8/1, 09:16] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: பெத்தவங்க….(line2)
[8/1, 09:43] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: செல்லபாண்டியனாரே!
நம்ம பெற்றோர்கள் நல்லகாரியம் பல செய்தாலும் நமக்கு நல்ல பெயர் ஒன்றும் வைத்துள்ளார்களே!!
அது போல இந்த கோர்ட்டுக்கும் நல்ல பெயர் வைத்தால் தப்பில்லையே.
பெயர் மாத்தக்கூடாது என்று சொல்ல நீதிபதிகளுக்கு எந்த சட்டத்தில் அதிகாரம் உள்ளது?
Letters Parentமாத்துவதற்கு சட்டமன்றத்திற்கு தந்தான் அதிகாரமுள்ளது.
விக்டோரியா மகாராணியின் வாரிசுகளின் மிகுந்து நாம் விடுதலை பெற்று 73 வருடங்களாகிவிட்டது!!
[8/1, 10:24] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 09:46] Madurai Srinivas Ragavan: It is not the aspiration of the common man. They are not bothered about the name. Granting appropriate relief in deserving cases is the legitimate expectation of the common man.
Instead of being the relief oriented institution, we contemplate only thr name change, it would be mocking at the poor and the needy!
[8/1, 09:52] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 10:26] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 10:26] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: Practicing before Madurai bench you should be ashamed to justify the full court decision!may be webinars will miss resource persons!
[8/1, 10:26] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 10:36] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 10:35] Patty Jeganathan Mhc Advt: சேகர், வழக்கறிஞர் செல்லபாண்டியன் கருத்து சரியானது. நமக்கு பெயர் வைப்பதும், வரலாற்று சிறப்பு மிக்க நீதிமன்றத்திற்கு பெயர் வைப்பதும் ஒன்றா. Madras Highcourt என்று இருப்பது கம்பீரமாக உள்ளது. சென்னை என்ற பெயரில் என்ன வரலாறு? அரசியல் வாதி பாராளுமன்றத்தில் . புரியுதா சேகர்.
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[8/1, 10:41] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 10:39] Madurai Srinivas Ragavan: Expected answer from KC j! Another Gospel Statement. Why shoud I justify the decision of the court? It is my personal opinion that change of name of the court is not going to help the litigants than dispensing justice by the judiciary. For webinars let not kcj bother much. We have bountiful of resources persons both from the bar and bench and no resource person is going to say no when they are approached for rendering a lecture in the interest of the members of the Bar.
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[8/1, 10:56] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 10:52] Srinivasan Advt: The Madras High Court was so named during the British days when it’s jurisdiction extended over the entire madras presidency which wasn’t the city of madras alone. It’s name should have been changed soon after the states reorganisation Act as the HC of Tamil Nadu
The name change is long due and it’s nomenclature should bear connection with the state over which it presides and exercises jurisdiction. When Madras itself has become Chennai why should the HC be called the MHC and not the HC of TN and pondy ?
[8/1, 10:55] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:03] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:00] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: பட்டி!
தமிழ்நாடு என்ற பெயர் மாற்றத்தை கொண்டாடினீர்களே!நாட்டுக்கு ஒரு நீதி!
.கோர்ட்டுக்கு ஒரு நீதியா?
[8/1, 11:03] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:07] Sekarreporter 1: ஐகோர்ட் விஜி்லென்ஸ் அதிகாரிகளாக 2 கூடுதல் எஸ்.பி.க்கள், 3 டிஎஸ.பி.க்கள் நியமனம்
[8/1, 11:16] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:12] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: மதராஸ் பிரசிடென்சி
என்றழைக்கப் பட்டதிலிருந்து மதறாஸ் மாநில மாயிற்று.
1956ல மாநில சீரமைப்புகளுக்குப் பிறகு
திருவாங்கூர்-கொச்சி கேரள மாநிலமாயிற்று!
அதன் உயர்நீதிமன்றம் கேரள உயர்நீதிமன்றமானது!
மைசூர் மாநிலம் கர்நாடக மாநிலமாயிற்று.!
அதன் உயர்நீதிமன்றம் கர்நாடகா உயர்நீதிமன்றமாயிற்று.
1953 ல் பிரிக்கப்பட்ட ஆந்திர உயர்நீதிமன்றம் இன்று வரை அதே பெயரில் அழைக்கப்படுகிறது.
அவர்கள் யாரும் பழைய பெயர் பெருமையை ப்பேசி
மதறாஸ் உயர்நீதிமன்றம் கர்நாடகா கிளை/கேரள கிளை என்று அழைத்துக் கொள்ள வில்லை!! ஏனென்றால் அவர்களுக்கு மொழிப் பெருமையுண்டு!!
இங்கு மட்டுமே புதுச்சேரிக்கும் சேர்த்து மதறாஸ் என்று அழைத்துக்கொள்கிறோம்.
மதுரை கிளை வந்த பிறகும் அது மதறாஸ் உயர்நீதிமன்றம் என்று தான் அழைத்துக்கொள்கிறோம்.
பெருங்காயம் தீர்ந்து விட்டாலும் பழைய டப்பா வாசனையில் மகிழ்பவர்களால் வேறெப்படியும் சிந்திக்க முடியாது!!
[8/1, 11:15] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:16] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:12] Senior Nl Raja Sir: It all depends on how one would like the Madras High Court to be viewed..if you view it as a mere State institution Justice Chandru would be right..but the HC is also a repository of learning in law, in pedagogy with certain level of appeal to academics too. Such institutions have a reputation built around such credentials. They do not change their names to the whims of the Government.
[8/1, 11:15] Senior Nl Raja Sir: This is why the renowned Madras University is still..Madeas University…IIT Madras is still IIT Madras..Madras literary society is till Madras Literary society..speaking for myself i would still look on Madras High Court as an institute where i come to learn and to practice that learning every day…i am glad its name is not changed..
[8/1, 11:20] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:18] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: People are ignorant about the word Chennai which is a Telugu origin from the period of Vijayanakar Rulers era to Nayak Rulers who were off shoot of Vijayanagar Empire as Madras was coined as Chennai Pattinam.

Madras has its roots even before it was made as a Presidency during British era. There is nothing wrong in calling Madras Court by that name which is the second largest Court building the world.

Let us not change name for marriage of convenience.

N. GIRIRAJ
LEGAL POINT
[8/1, 11:20] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:23] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:22] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: Article 215 states every state will have an high court.Then Tamilnadu should have have Tamilnadu High court Only.
People are laughing when we call “Madurai bench of Madras High court”!Does it make any sense.
in the campaign for “Black lives Matter”every colonial values are questioned.Statues are pulled down.Why we should keep calling it in a colonial name?
India got independence by struggles of people not by “India Independence Act”passed by British Parliament!!
[8/1, 11:22] Sekarreporter 1: 🌹
[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:27] Srinivasan Advt: Arts 214 to 231 of the constitution of India deal with High courts. Constitution provided that there will be a seperate High Court for Each state. After 7 th amendment there can be one common high court for two or more states. After the state reorganisation the high courts of Kerala Andhra and Karnataka have been established. Now HC if telengana has come up. Why should we still persist with Madras as a prefix ?
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[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:29] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:27] Srinivasan Advt: Arts 214 to 231 of the constitution of India deal with High courts. Constitution provided that there will be a seperate High Court for Each state. After 7 th amendment there can be one common high court for two or more states. After the state reorganisation the high courts of Kerala Andhra and Karnataka have been established. Now HC if telengana has come up. Why should we still persist with Madras as a prefix ?
[8/1, 11:29] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:29] Srinivasan Advt: By renaming it as High court of TN it’s effectiveness or power will not stand diminished !
[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:29] Senior Nl Raja Sir: That again is not right Sir…British were given a license to set up Fort St George at Madraspatnam…so obviously Madraspatnam existed before British came here and was not a name given by the British..i will send you reliable historical documents that support this..
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[8/1, 11:38] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:20] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:18] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: People are ignorant about the word Chennai which is a Telugu origin from the period of Vijayanakar Rulers era to Nayak Rulers who were off shoot of Vijayanagar Empire as Madras was coined as Chennai Pattinam.

Madras has its roots even before it was made as a Presidency during British era. There is nothing wrong in calling Madras Court by that name which is the second largest Court building the world.

Let us not change name for marriage of convenience.

N. GIRIRAJ
LEGAL POINT
[8/1, 11:20] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:24] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:22] K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: Article 215 states every state will have an high court.Then Tamilnadu should have have Tamilnadu High court Only.
People are laughing when we call “Madurai bench of Madras High court”!Does it make any sense.
in the campaign for “Black lives Matter”every colonial values are questioned.Statues are pulled down.Why we should keep calling it in a colonial name?
India got independence by struggles of people not by “India Independence Act”passed by British Parliament!!
[8/1, 11:22] Sekarreporter 1: 🌹
[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:29] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:27] Srinivasan Advt: Arts 214 to 231 of the constitution of India deal with High courts. Constitution provided that there will be a seperate High Court for Each state. After 7 th amendment there can be one common high court for two or more states. After the state reorganisation the high courts of Kerala Andhra and Karnataka have been established. Now HC if telengana has come up. Why should we still persist with Madras as a prefix ?
[8/1, 11:29] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:29] Srinivasan Advt: By renaming it as High court of TN it’s effectiveness or power will not stand diminished !
[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:29] Senior Nl Raja Sir: That again is not right Sir…British were given a license to set up Fort St George at Madraspatnam…so obviously Madraspatnam existed before British came here and was not a name given by the British..i will send you reliable historical documents that support this..
[8/1, 11:30] Sekarreporter 1: 🙏🏼
[8/1, 11:31] Sekarreporter 1: [8/1, 11:25] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madras_High_Court
[8/1, 11:25] N. Girirajan Mhc Advt: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chennai

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