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K. Chandru Former Judge Of Highcourt: The decision to count delivery of twins as to come within two child norm is erroneous.I have considered a similar issue ten years ago and ruled that it is one delivery and for the subsequent delivery the woman employee is entitled for all benefits including maternity leave.
by Sekar Reporter · Published March 3, 2020
Lambasting the Tamil Nadu government for having ‘overruled’ judicial proceedings and amended police rules to grant accelerated promotion to personnel involved in the killing of forest brigand Veerappan, the Madras high court has quashed the order. “The GO dated July 24, 2013, is an affront on the well settled sacrosanct legal precedents, said Justice V Parthiban, adding, “Either the government was blissfully ignorant as how to exercise its power referable to the Constitution in overruling the judgment of the constitutional court, or it was a cocky demonstration of officious imprudence
by Sekar Reporter · Published December 6, 2020
The Madras High Court on Tuesday sentenced two teachers of a government girls’ higher secondary school in Chengalpattu to five and three years of rigorous imprisonment for having sexually harassed many Class XI and XII students in 2012. It expressed regret about its inability in awarding much severe punishment owing to the trial court’s failure to frame charges under stringent provisions of law. After reversing the March 2018 acquittal order of a Mahila Court in Chengelpet, Justice P. Velmurugan said, “unfortunately” the trial court had framed charges under limited provisions of law and he could not convict them beyond those charges without affording them an opportunity of defence. Further, it would not be proper to order retrial in the case at this stage considering the future of the victims
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 26, 2020