Shipra Agrawal

Madras High Court Shifts Case to Judicial Magistrate in Light of Fair Trial

The Petition, filed under Section 482 Criminal Procedure Code in Madras High Court. The case of K. Palani v. The State and Ors.  was filed for quashing of records present in the file of Learned Judicial Magistrate. Justice Mr PN Prakash heard...

Authority Cannot Interfere With Legal Heir Certificate When There Are No Issues Between 2 Wives: Madras High Court

The petition, filed under Article 226 of Constitution of India in Madras High Court. The case of Lakshmi Jagannathan v. The Tahsildar, Tambaram Taluk, Chennai. was filed for issuance of Certiorarified Mandamus. Justice Mrs Pushpa Sathyanarayana heard and allowed the petition. Facts of the...

Death in Police Custody Requires Post-Mortem: Madras High Court

The petition, filed under Section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code in Madras High Court. The case of S. Prema v. The Superintendent of Police and Ors. was filed for an interim direction for conduction of post-mortem by doctors...

Madras High Court Directs Respondents to Pay a Reduced Amount of Compensation in Section 173 Petition of Motor Vehicles Act

This petition was filed under Section 173 of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 against the Order dated 18-07-2016 of the Madras High Court. Hon'ble Justice  R. Mahadevan heard and allowed the petition in the case of M/s. Reliance General Insurance Co....

Madras High Court Directs Department To Consider Man Eligible for Pensionary Benefits After His Death

The petition was filed under Article 226 in the Madras High Court. The prayer was for the issuance of Writ of Mandamus directing respondents to pay retirement benefits along with arrears of the petitioner’s husband from 28-02-1994. Justice Mr...

Madras High Court: Rejects Petition for Participation After Wronf Administration of the Application

  The petition, filed under Article 226 in Madras High Court. The prayer was for the issuance of Writ of Certiorarified Mandamus for calling of impugned order against petitioner for allowing the application to allow participation in all selection processes...

Madras High Court Disposes of Petition Related To Trademark ‘Gold Winner’ After Parties Sign Memorandum of Compromise

In the case of M/s. Kaleesuwari Refinery Private Ltd. v. M/s. Sri Shakthi Refineries Private Ltd., Justice Mr C.V Karthikeyan heard and disposed of the petition with a direction to the petitioner. The petition was disposed of as both the parties...

Madras HC Denies Bail in a Case Involving the Charges of Assault

The writ petition filed under Section 14A (2) of the SC/ST (POA) Amended Act, 2016, in Madras High Court. In the case of Vinester v. The Deputy Superintendent of Police, Tamil Nadu, and Ors. The filing was to set...

Madras High Court Grants Bail In False Promise of Marriage by Imposing Conditions

A writ petition was filed under Section 14A of SC/ST (POA) Amended Act, 2016, in Madras High Court in the case of Vaitheeswaran v. The Deputy Superintendent of Police, Tamil Nadu, and Ors. The filing was to set aside...

Madras HC Disposes of Matter Requiring Issuance of the Writ of Mandamus

A writ petition has been filed under 226 before the Madras High Court in the case of Anjalai Gandhi v. The Secretary to Government, Tamil Nadu, and Ors. The same was filed for the issuance of a Writ of...

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“Anganwadi Centers to Be Reopened Outside the Containment Zones, Which Is to Be Decided by the State”: Supreme Court

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“Credit Facilities Being Granted by the Primary Agricultural Credit Society to the Non-Members Is No Longer Illegal”: Supreme Court

This Case concerns the dispute relating to the grant of tax exemption under Section 80P of the Income Tax Act, 1961.  Brief facts of the...

Back Wages of Labourers is a Question of Facts Depending Upon Various Factors: Gujarat High Court

The petition has been filed by workmen and employer against an award dated 23.04.2009 passed by the Labour Court, Bhuj in the case of...

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Delhi High Court Seeks Response From Centre, RBI in PIL to Regulate Online Lending Platforms

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