Ellen P. George

Children to Be Provided With Food and Nourishment According to National Food Security Act, 2013: Madras High Court

A Bench led by Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy instructed the State to take immediate notice of the matter and bring up recommendations to facilitate the implementation of such an initiative in aid of school children. Facts The...

Election Documents Cannot Be Disclosed Unless the Election Procedure Is Challenged: Madras High Court

Excerpt A division bench led by Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy heard a petition submitting an issue that the Election Commission may have diverse documents, including the paper trail relating to voting in the electronic public or person,...

Court Cannot Deal With Matters Based on the Personal Sense of Morality of Individual Complainant: Madras High Court

Excerpt A Bench led by Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy, while disposing of the PIL opined that the Petitioner should first approach the government for relief since the matters relating to a question of policy. There is...

Public Health at Risk on ‘Right to Refuse’ COVID Vaccine: Madras High Court

Excerpt A Division Bench led by Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy heard a PIL filed for the requirement of vaccination of persons who are either homebound or with profound disabilities. They expressed their opinion on the 'right...

New Bar Council of India Rules Challenged As Unconstitutional and Violative of Fundamental Rights

Excerpt  The Kerala High court heard a petition filed by Advocate Rajesh Vijayan, a member of the Kerala Bar Council challenging amendment of Bar Council of India Rules whereby sections V and V-A have been inserted in violation of the...

Public Health at Risk on ‘Right to Refuse’ COVID Vaccine: Madras High Court

Excerpt A Division Bench led by Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy heard a PIL filed for requirement of vaccination of persons who are either homebound or with serious disabilities. They expressed their opinion on 'right to refuse'...

Andhra Pradesh HC: Protest Petitions Are To Be Filed Under Special Court and Not Under Article 226

The Special Court should be approached for protest petitions, without exhausting the remedy available to the Petitioner as per law instead of approaching under Article 226 of the Constitution of India.

Kerala HC: Live-in Partner Cannot Have Better Claim Than a Legally Married Spouse

The parties in a live-in relationship or non-formal relationship who have lived together for an extended period of time could be brought within the purview of law relating to maintenance and domestic violence and could be considered as husband and wife for the said limited purpose. However, parties to such a relationship cannot be elevated to marital status.

Kerala HC Discusses COVID Treatment Tariffs Across Private Hospitals

A special sitting was summoned by the Kerala High Court to discuss measures to rationalize COVID treatment tariffs across private hospitals.

Court Against Hearing of Election Disputes, Article 329 Prevails Over High Court’s Powers Under Article 226 of the Constitution: High Court of Andhra Pradesh

Excerpt A division bench led by Honorable Justice Joymalya Bagchi and Justice M. Ganga Rao heard a writ petition seeking to countermand the polling conducted in the Tirupati District on April 17, on the ground of fraudulent polling and booth...

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