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“Closing temples leads to peace”, Judge’s remark invites criticism

A Madras High Court judge has commented that it is a paradox that the closure of temples leads to peace. He was 'anguished' that...

“Should temples continue to be under government control?”, Judge questions observing the utter neglect of temples

While quashing an FIR against temple activist Rangarajan Narasimhan, the Madras High Court has asked “Should the temples continue to remain under government control?”....

Court orders demolition of illegal church and pulls up offcials for lying about it

The Madras High Court ordered for a church built on government land to be razed down and took government officials to task for submitting...

TN BJP seeks action against lawyers opposing transfer of Madras HC chief Justice

The lawyer's wing of the Tamil Nadu BJP wants stringent action against a fringe group of lawyers who were opposing the transfer of Chief...

Reply in English to representations in English, Madras HC to Centre

The Madras High Court on Thursday directed the Central government to respond in English to a representation in English, and follow the provisions of...

Terminate jobs of those who convert either before or after availing reservation benefits – Madras HC

While hearing a case on the illegality of employing a person without required qualifications, the Madras High Court has ruled that those who convert...

Court raps Muslims who wanted to ban temple procession in TN

Usually it is Uttar Pradesh, Bihar or perhaps Madhya Pradesh from where we hear news that Muslims wouldn't let Hindu religious processions pass through...

Madras HC entertains plea for Covishield vaccine to be declared ‘unsafe’, compensation of 5 crores

At a time when higher courts are burdened with a huge backlog of cases, they've been entertaining pleas which many observers find frivolous. Recently,...

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