Madras High Court
TV advertisements for condoms, ‘love drugs’ look like porn films: Madras High Court orders TV channels not to telecast vulgar ads
Madras High Court said that after 10 PM, all TV channels show advertisements containing nudity that look like pornography
Temples are testimony of pride and knowledge, govt cannot use temple land for any purposes other than religious functions, says Madras HC
Petitions were filed at the HC after temple land was handed over to fishery and transport departments despite objections of devotees
Madras HC wants India to follow China and North Korea while deciding punishment for corruption: Read details
“The Central Government may consider imposing punishment, such as, 'hanging' or 'death penalty', for corrupt practices or for demanding and accepting bribes, like in China, North Korea, Indonesia, Thailand and Morocco", the High Court bench said.
Justice Kirubakaran cautions against linguistic chauvinism, warns against ‘fringe elements’ wearing the mask of NGOs and human rights organisations
Justice Kirubakaran expressed concern over media reports showing links of educated and respected people of the country with the Naxal movement.
A R Rahman had allegedly passed off Rs 3.47 crores received as remuneration to his NGO that is exempted from tax.
Chennai: 10 acres of Temple land restored by Collector after encroachment by local mosque committee, mystery over pond continues to persist
Ten acres of land belonging to the Arulmigu Sundara Varadharaja Perumal temple at Virugambakkam locality in Chennai has been recovered
Madras High Court curbs mass processions but allows immersion of idols of Lord Vinayaka by individuals
Madras High Court strongly objected to the arguments made by the State and directed that individuals must be allowed to immerse idols in water bodies.
Loyola College sexual harassment case: Victim denies justice for four years, AICF seeks probe against Fr. Xavier Alphonse
The All India Christian Forum has acknowledged the efforts made by Jesuit Curia in Rome for conducting two separate investigations in the case. However, he expressed disappointment that the Jesuit order in India failed to publish the report of his recent investigation.
Tuticorin custodial death case: Tamil Nadu government transfers SP out of the district, puts him under ‘compulsory wait’
A forensic team from Madurai was appointed to collect evidence from the station. Following a nationwide outrage over the incident, five policemen have been suspended including an inspector and two sub-inspectors.
Tamil Nadu Government moves Supreme Court against Madras HC’s order to close liquor outlets in the State
The Madras High Court had however allowed the sale of liquor through online channels and home delivery services.