High Court Protest Voice

Change in Judge , FOP – Seva bharathi Link too hot to handle for Ruling Establishments

Madras High Court monitored CB-CID probe into the Sathankulam father-son custodial death is on but lack of clarity prevails as to whether the bench led by Justice PN Prakash which took suo motu cognisance of the issue would continue to hear the case or the bench comprising Justices M Sathynarayanan and P Rajamanickam who have Read More…

Corona Virus Opinion South India

Palanisamy reject National Institute of Epidemiology recommendations and Extend lockdown till July 31st

Despite NIE recommendation against lockdown extensions Tamilnadu government did not heed the advisory but Extended lockdown period untill July 31 . On Sunday, the number of coronavirus cases in the state was 82,275, and the death toll 1,029.   With this extension barring some exemptions the lock down that was initiated from March 24 has Read More…

High Court South India

Court taken Control of Sattankulam Station, Criminal Contempt against Police officials

The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court that took suo moto cognizance of the father and son twin murder case due to police custody that shooks the conscious of Indians   Today High Court came down heavily on governance  of  admk government that is taking  lethargically to slow the investigation  process of father and Read More…

High Court Indian Subcontinent Protest South India Voice

Multiple 80 wounds in father and son body Magisterial inquiry exposes the brutality

B Stalin, president of the Peikulam Traders’ Association.“ has confirmed There is no doubt that the police personnel at Sathankulam police station thrashed both the father and son to death. The magisterial inquiry revealed a minimum of 80 wounds on their bodies,”   Other vendors alleged that the policemen had assaulted the two as they Read More…

Legal Opinion South India

Chennai Hospitals lack beds for Corona Patients information is a major crime : ADMK Government

Fellow Journalists and media circle wake up with the shock news when it was made known Former TV news reader & artist Varadharajan booked under 153, 505(1)(b) 188 of IPC, 3 of Epidemic Diseases Act & 54 of Disaster Management Act by Central Crime Branch of Tamilnadu The reason behind FIR is his video message Read More…

Health Industries Supreme Court

Supreme Court bats for Tasmac and revokes Madras High court ban

The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Madras High Court’s order directing closure of liquor stores in the State of Tamil Nadu during the lockdown.   While effectively allowing liquor stores in the State to be reopened from tomorrow, the Bench comprising of Justices L Nageswara Rao, SK Kaul and BR Gavai also stayed the Read More…

High Court South India Voice

Tasmac Liquor Sales : High court laid procedures flouted evokes Closure

  A special division bench of Justices Vineet Kothari and Pushpa Sathyanarayana passed the interim order citing blatant violations of a slew of conditions imposed by the court on May 6, while permitting the reopening of shops from May 7.   However, the division bench on Friday allowed the sale of liquor online.   The Read More…

Corona Virus Life Style South India

MGR founded Tasmac cerated record 172 Crores Rs ( 23million US$) sales on the date of Reopening

  Madras High Court in its guidelines had said that not more than 5 people should gather at the liquor shops.   The court had also said that proper social distancing norms must be followed. But due to the unexpected rush all procedural code of conducts gone with air .    In the last 24 Read More…

Corona Virus Indian Subcontinent National Voice

Congress , DMK attacks government corruption in the procurement of PPE test kits

The Prime opposition Party Congress and its ally DMK on Monday upped the ante against the Narendra Modi government, alleging profiteering on purchase of PPE (personal protective equipment) used by medics and other material needed for tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.   Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi raised the issue of “faulty” PPEs being supplied to Read More…