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How Jeppiaar bought ‘justice’ for 26 lakh rupees white ?

On 06.08.12, ten construction workers were killed, and several others, injured, when a 40-feet wall collapsed in an under-construction indoor basketball stadium at the Jeppiaar institute of technology, on the outskirts of Chennai. Jeppiaar, a school drop-out and “Father of Tamilnadu’s technical… Continue Reading →

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From Akbar to Alibaba – Why Sanjay Kishan Kaul amended the Advocates Act ?

  This young lawyer of the Madras high court Mr.Mathan Kumar is under suspension, barred by the Tamilnadu Bar Council from appearing in any court of law, for the past 8 months. What crime did he commit ? His client… Continue Reading →

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How Chennai judges conned the Supreme Court to shield 2G accused Kanimozhi Karunanidhi ?

For the laity, unlike civil courts, inherent powers of judicial intervention in criminal cases are not provided to the lower judiciary. Fearing misuse, parliament has conferred such powers on the higher judiciary, and barring a few exceptions, for any thing… Continue Reading →

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CONTEMPT – MY FIRST LOVE …..

One of my earliest cases, as a budding young lawyer in 2004, was referred to me by Mr.S.Prabakaran, albeit, for drafting alone. As President of the MHAA (Madras High Court Advocates Association) Prabakaran used to receive several requests from lawyers… Continue Reading →

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THUMBS UP COLLEGIUM !!! HIJACKING A BILLION INDIANS.

Folks, It can’t get more brazen & shameless than this.   Long Live the Collegium. A fraud on Republican India.      

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SNAKE IN THE MONKEY’s SHADOW

A judge of India’s Madras high court draws a basic pay of rupees 80 thousand, dearness allowance of 96 thousand, sumptuary allowance of 12 thousand, house rent allowance of 24 thousand besides a 10 lakh rupee Honda City car, 100… Continue Reading →

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Indian Judiciary, Always Above The Law …

Construction of any new building in the Indian State of Tamilnadu is regulated by the Town & Country Planning Act of 1971. As per law, whenever a building comprising 3 floors and above (including ground floor) is proposed to be… Continue Reading →

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1 case 2 judgments – cranky indian judiciary !!!

  On 11.6.13, a mechanic named Babu visited an AE (Assistant Engineer) of Tamilnadu Electricity Board, in Udumalpet town called Muthukrishnan, and submitted applications seeking 3 new electricity connections. An honest Muthukrishnan prepared the estimate and sent it to his… Continue Reading →

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