Siddhi Nagwekar

Madras HC Allows Teacher’s Petition for Incentive Increment on the Basis of Acquired Higher Degree

A teacher in a minority-run educational institute was denied a set of incentive increment owing to her acquiring a higher degree. The aided private school where she works would say that the teacher did not inform them prior to...

Madras High Court Directs Tahsildar To Issue Origin Certificates To Two Sisters in Two Writ Petitions

Two Writ Petitions by two siblings was filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. The petitions owed to the fact that they were not being issued a fresh Residence / Nationality / Community Certificate. They belong specifically to...

Madras High Court Reiterates That ‘Ignorance of Law’ Is Not an Excuse and Dismisses Petition by a Constable

A Constable committed bigamy and deserted his service for more than 21 days. After dismissal from his service, he moved to Tamil Nadu Administrative Tribunal (TNAT). However, after the abolition, the case was transferred to this Court as W.P....

Madras High Court Dismisses Tax Case Appeal by OPG Energy Pvt. Ltd.

The OPG Energy Pvt. Ltd. filed an appeal under Section 260A of the Income Tax Act, 1961. It was filed against an order passed by the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal. The case was heard and decided upon by the...

Madras High Court Allows for Fresh Representation in a Case Relating To Seniority

Kesavan filed a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Constitution. It called for records connected with the impugned order passed by the Divisional Engineer, and quash the same. The case was heard and decided upon by Hon’ble Justice...

Madras HC Reaffirms Trial Court’s Decree in Case of Thimmaraya & Ors. V. Gowrammal

A Civil Revision Petition was filed by three petitioners against the dismissal of their application on the file of the Sub-Judge, Hosur. The case was heard and decided upon by Hon’ble Justice P. Rajmanickam.  Facts of the Case The petitioners in...

Madras HC Rules in Favour of the Authorities in FMGE Examination, Finds Writ Petitions Against the Exam Void of Merit

Three aspirants of Foreign Medical Examinations moved to the High Court by filing a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. They challenged Part I & II of the said examination on nine grounds. It was demanded...

Madras High Court Maintains That Government Policy Is To Prioritize Own State’s Candidates and Sets Aside Nativity Certificate Rejection Order

Varsha Totagi, a NEET aspirant filed a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. She had been denied Nativity Certificate without which she is unable to participate in the counselling rounds. The case was heard and decided...

Madras High Court Finds Arbitration Tribunal at Fault in a Case With Threefold Controversy

The Chennai Port Trust filed a petition under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 seeking to set aside the award passed by the Arbitrators. There were 15 heads of a claim by the M/s.Chettinad Logistics (P)...

Madras High Court Endorses the Corporation’s ‘Non-Interference’ in Tenant-Landlord Disputes in Continuum of Writ Petitions

Two Writ Petitions of a continuum were filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. The Respondent in the first Petition is a Petitioner in the other petition. It arose out of a landlord-tenant dispute and ‘practice of trade’...

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