The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court has refused to vacate the interim injunction granted for tender notices which were published for setting up 5,125 new petroleum retail outlets in the state.
The Madurai bench of Madras high court has directed the police and Tangedco authorities in Ramanathapuram district to submit a report by January 3 in response to a petition urging the authorities to restrain a Mumbai-based energy
The Madras High Court has said there was an urgent need for automatic doors in suburban trains in the city and suggested that the Southern Railway manufacture such trains and find out possibilities of introducing them at least by 2019.
In a new twist to the imposition of safeguard duty on imported solar panels and modules from July 30, the Madras High Court permitted Shapoorji Pallonji Infrastructure to get its consignment of panels from overseas released by customs officials at Chennai port without paying the duty.
The Madras High Court today refused to stay land acquisition for the Chennai-Salem greenfield expressway. The verdict was given while hearing a petition filed by one Krishnamoorthy.
The Madras High Court today restrained the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) Limited from finallising tenders for setting up Food Plazas at the Central Railway station here.
The Madurai branch of Madras high court on Friday asked the Tamil Nadu government to explain the circumstances that forced the police to open fire on May 22, resulting in the death of 13 people during a protest in Thoothukudi, against Sterlite Industries.
The Southern Railways has received permission from the Madras High Court to go ahead with the removal of encroachments on the 3.9-acre government land allotted by the state government for Chennai’s Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) project over 15 years ago.
The Madras High Court has dismissed the petition challenging the Directorate General of Safeguards’ recommendation of 70% safeguard duty on import of solar panels and modules, according to three sources close to the development.
The prevailing uncertainty over the quantum and timelines related to imposition of safeguards duty and anti-dumping duty on imported solar cells and modules will impact tendering activity in the solar power sector, research and ratings agency ICRA said.