Akshay Sharma

Detaining Authority Must Show That Detention Strictly Follows Procedure Established by Law: Madras High Court

A petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India to issue a Writ of Habeas Corpus to set aside the order of detention passed by the District Magistrate and to set the detenu at liberty. Facts of...

Madras High Court Directs Government to Consider SOEL Students’ Plea Against Levying of Fee for Unused Facilities

Madras High Court on 30th September 2020 directed the State Government to consider a representation made by students of the School of Excellence in Law (SOEL) against the levy of fees for college facilities not in use amid the...

Madras High Court Reiterates the Doctrine of Merger

In the case of All India Union Bank Officer vs Brajeshwar Sharma, a Contempt Petition filed under Section 11 of the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 for deliberately and willfully disobeying the final order of Madras High Court. On...

Madras HC Dismisses Pleas Challenging State’s Evaluation Method for Passing Class X Students

In the case of Minor T Mohamed Humayun and Ors. v State of Tamil Nadu and Ors., on 20th August 2020, The Madras High Court has dismissed a batch of pleas challenging the procedure adopted by the Tamil Nadu government to...

Madras HC: Government Not to Appoint Technical Members to GSTAT Until Further Orders

On 17th August, 2020, Madras High Court delivered order relating to a plea under Article 226, filed by the Service Bar Association (RBA) challenging the rules concerning the appointment and the terms of service governing the President and Members...

Madras HC Upholds the Order of Labour Court in a Common Order for Two Writ Petitions Under Article 226

The High Court delivered a common order for two writ petitions filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying for issuance of a writ of certiorari and to quash the impugned orders of the Labour Court. The...

Madras HC: Last Opportunity to the Petitioners After a Delay of 2492 Days in the Interest of Justice

The petitioner filed a civil revision petition in the High court Under Section 115 of CPC to set aside the order of the trial court. On August 6th 2020, the court allowed the petition even after a delay of...

Madras High Court: Liberty of Citizen Cannot Be Casually Jeopardized

In the case of S.Priyakrishnan Vs. The Regional Passport Officer, The petitioner filed a writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India. The petition sought to forbear any proceedings against the petitioner's passport. On July 31st, 2020, The...

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NGT Red-Flags Kaleshwaram Project: Green Clearance Violated the Law, Halt Work

Excerpt The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Principal Bench, dated 20th October 2020, directed the Telangana government to stop all work,...
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There Can Be No Leniency Shown To Appellant Who Pleaded To Reduce Sentence: Delhi High Court

Facts On 25.2.2016 the victim’s sister who was 13 years old was present with her sister who was 2 years old (victim) at their home....

Implications in Travel Insurance in Light of the COVID-19 Crisis

As the world, today is crippled by this once in a century pandemic and as of date more than 1,53,8221 people have lost their...

Second-Round Effects of Rent Control Laws: The Argentine Case

Introduction In colonial India, a city had an issue with its cobra population, which was a problem clearly in need of a quick solution given...

Withdrawal of Judges in light of the Principle of “Nemo Judex In Causa Sua”: An Analysis

"Justice, and the arrival of that justice being delivered, is essential to the protection of the guideline of thumb of law. Justice implies - consistency, in technique and result — that is, treating like instances alike;...