Sat 03, Dec 2022
lawyers line
Home » Law News >Tamil Nadu
posted 2014-10-10 03:59:04 by
news Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, currently lodged in Bangalore jail following her conviction in a disproportionate assets case, today moved the Supreme Court seeking bail on several grounds including her ill health.

Jayalalithaa, along with her aide Sasikala Natrajan, VK Sudhakaran and J Ilavarasi, were Tuesday refused bail by the Karnataka high court which held that there were no grounds for granting bail.

Jayalalithaa alone moved the apex court for the grant of bail. The other three would be filing their appeals in a day or two.

Besides her health ground[..]
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu Government on Friday ordered suspension of sand mining in Tuticorin district and formed a Special Team to probe into the issue in the backdrop of reports of illegal mining acti[..]
Madras advocates: Leaked IB reports critical of 3 HC nominees, as list of 15 made outside collegium under `vulnerable` acting CJ

The Madras High Court Advocates Association (MHCAA) has c[..]
`Couples who have premarital sex to be considered `married,` says HC,` trumpets the headline of an egregious piece of reporting in The Hindu. Cue the inevitable flood of tweets expressing shock, outra[..]
posted 07/19/2010 03:50PM
news Chennai, Jul 14 : DMK President and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today expressed strong resentment against the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court for not according permission to an advocate to argue a case in Tamil.

Addressing DMK cadres through the party organ `Murasoli`, the five times Chief Minister asked when Hindi was being used as the language in the High Courts in states like Bihar, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, why not Tamil.

He pointed out that in a criminal case in Madras High Court in 2006, a former state minister Madurai Pon Muthuramal[..]
CHENNAI: To give a fillip to free legal service movement in the country, top judges today mooted giving bonus points for advocates and subordinate judicial officers.

While Justice A K Patnaik, [..]
Subscribe Now
Subscribe to the Newletter
I have read and agree to the Privacy Policy
Indian No. 1 Remarriage Matrimony
Copyright © 2011 Lawyers Line.. All rights reserved