You may also like...
MUMBAI: The Madras High Court has adjourned the hearing in Sun TV Network versus Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to 20th March. Sun TV Network has challenged the TRAI’s amendments to the new regulatory framework in the Madras High Court. Earlier, the division bench of Chief Justice Amreshwar Pratap Sahi and Justice Subramonium Prasad had issued notices to the Union of India (UOI) and the TRAI. The Additional Solicitor General (ASG) has said that the UOI will file an affidavit on behalf of the TRAI as well. The affidavit had to be filed by 4th February. The HC had also granted permission to implead the UOI, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB), through its Secretary, in the matter
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 6, 2020
[2/2, 12:12] Senior Advt Wilson: #*SPECIAL LECTURE SERIES* # conducted by *The Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry* in association with *Tamil Nadu Senior Advocates Forum* for preparing candidates for the District Judge Exams (Preliminary) at Chennai. Lecture by : Mr *S GOMATHINAYAGAM Senior Advocate* Date: *5.2.2020, Wednesday * Time: *4.30pm to 6.30 pm* Location: Bar Council of TN Auditorium, Chennai: Topic: * THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE * No registration No restrictions. All are welcome. P. Wilson, Senior Advocate, Convenor *NEETHI KARANGAL* [2/2, 12:14] Sekarreporter 1: 💐
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 2, 2020
Madras High Court Orders 5 Lac Compensation To Man Who Lost Wife Due To Non-Availability Of Ambulance At Health Centre Shrutika Pandey2 July 2021 1:03 PM SHARE THIS – Madras High Court Orders 5 Lac Compensation To Man Who Lost Wife Due To Non-Availability Of Ambulance At Health Centre When it comes to saving a life, every second counts. Revisiting the concept of ‘golden hour’ in medical parlance, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has directed the State Government to pay Rs. 5,00,000/- compensation to the husband of a woman who died due to non-availability of ambulance at a Primary Health Centre (PHC) and the resultant delay in shifting her to the Medical College for proper treatment. A Single Bench of Justice N. Anand Venkatesh held that while there was no negligence in treatment given to the Petitioner’s wife at the PHC, but the delay in shifting her to the Medical College concerned, proved to be fatal, resulting in her death.
by Sekar Reporter · Published July 4, 2021