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Nov 30 2012 (SC)

The Deputy Inspector General of Police and anr. Vs. S. Samuthiram.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... problem. recently, incidents of eve-teasing leading to serious injuries to, and ..... of which may at times drastic. eve-teasing led to the death of a woman in the year 1998 in the state of tamil nadu which led the government bringing an ordinance, namely, the tami nadu prohibition of eve-teasing ordinance, 1998, which later became an act, namely, the tamil nadu prohibition of eve-teasing act, 1998 [for short 'the eve-teasing act']. the statement of objects and reasons of the eve-teasing act reads as follows:eve-teasing in public places has been a perennial ..... even death of a woman have come to the notice of the government. the government are of the view that eve-teasing .....

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Jun 18 2012 (HC)

Dr.K.Vasudevan, Principal Vs. the Child Welfare Committee

Court : Chennai

..... of the writ petition, the second respondent had been arrested, based on the first information report registered, in crime no.797 of 2011, under section 4 of the tamil nadu prohibition of harassment of women act, 1998, read with section 506(1) of the indian penal code, based on the complaint lodged by the father of the girl student, sandhya. thereafter, the second respondent ..... respondent had been indulging in eve-teasing and had opened a facebook account in her name and had been using vulgar and filthy language, creating a negative impression about her. thus, the second respondent had been harassing ..... students. based on the recommendation of the disciplinary committee, the management of the petitioner school had decided to expel the second respondent, exercising the power conferred on it under the tamil nadu education rules, 1892. accordingly, a transfer certificate had been sent to the second respondent after promoting him to xii the standard, to enable him to continue his studies in ..... l.k.g., upto xith standard. there were certain complaints against the second respondent stating that he had been making lewd comments and he has been using vulgar language, while teasing some girls students in the school. on 9.4.2011, the petitioner had received a complaint from a girl student namely, sandhya and her father sairam, alleging that the second .....

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Apr 02 2013 (HC)

Date of Decision: April 2, 2013 Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... to make them more functional and effective. vii)states of punjab and haryana may also consider legislating on the issue of eve-teasing on the pattern of prohibition of eve-teasing act, 1998 in the state of tamil naidu wherein eve-teasing is a non-bailable offence with maximum punishment of rigorous imprisonment upto ten years and a fine of `50,000/-. viii ..... )keeping in mind the harsh reality that maximum physical abuse against women in the nature of beatings etc. have cultural acceptance, the state governments should appoint protection officers under domestic violence act ..... to ply. 5) state governments and union territories are directed to establish women' helpline in various cities and towns, so as to curb eve-teasing within three months. 6) suitable boards cautioning such act of eve-teasing be exhibited in all public places including precincts of educational institutions, bus stands, railway stations, cinema theatres, parks, beaches, public service vehicles ..... s.samuthiram . decided on 30.11.2012 was seized of an appeal filed by a member of the law enforcing agency who had been caught in the act of eve-teasing which, in turn, led to criminal and disciplinary proceedings culminating in the imposition of the extreme penalty of dismissal from service. the apex court while upholding .....

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Mar 17 2016 (HC)

Suber and Others Vs. The Inspector of Police, Madurai

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... in c.c.no.38 of 2010 on the file of the learned judicial magistrate, melur, for the offence under section 506 (ii) ipc r/w eve teasing act and section 4 of tamil nadu prohibition of women harassment act. on seeing the diary extract, though a final report was filed in the year 2010, the accused appeared only on 23.12.2011 and after furnishing copies ..... upon the chief examination of a witness, who in his cross examination after some days, did not support the prosecution, to convict the accused. under section 154 of the evidence act, as amended recently, the evidence of hostile witnesses cannot be ignored and those portions of evidence, which are in support of the prosecution case can be relied upon by the .....

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Aug 05 2005 (HC)

Ms. A. Arulmozhi Vs. the Govt. of India and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2005)3MLJ497

..... several women associations, requesting to take action against the tamil films, since the words used in lyrics are quite bad in taste and commonly misused for eve-teasing the girls and the same are shown indiscriminately in television channels during the prime time. under the cable television networks (regulation) act, 1995, there is a prohibition for transmitting the adult films from 6.00 a.m ..... ' rated films should not be carried in the cable service, since the cable television networks (regulation) act prohibits the television channels from transmitting such signals. on noticing that the prohibited scenes were shown in television channels through the cable service, the board wrote a letter to the home secretary, government of tamil nadu, for taking action against the producer under the cable television networks (regulation ..... that the film 'new' publicity materials like posters, newspaper advertisements, video clippings, photographs etc. can be screened only after getting clearance from the state government under the tamil nadu (compulsory censorship of film publicity materials) act 25 of 1987, and without getting clearance, the same were published. further, the regional officer came to know that the publicity materials, which were not allowed in .....

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Apr 23 2013 (HC)

Ruby Recreation Club Vs. Secretary to Government

Court : Chennai

..... liquor for human consumption holding fl-2 license. the clubs have to obtain a license as per section 17-c of the tamil nadu prohibition act, 1937 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), in order to possess and supply the indian made foreign spirits and foreign liquor to foreign tourists, foreignerresident in india and ..... as dry days on the following days and the sale of liquor is strictly prohibited on these days :1. thiruvalluvar day in the month of january 2. gandhi jayanthi day namely the 2nd october 3. birth day eve of nabigal nayagam 4. mahavir jayanthi 5. vallalar ninaivu naal 6. independence day ..... terminal and international air terminal nil fl 1.license for grant of privilege of retail sale of foreign liquor thiruvalluvar day gandhi jayanthi day birthday eve of nabigal nayagam mahavir jayanthi and vallalar ninaivu naal petitioner-clubs follow the above said rules and closed the licensed premises for the above ..... jayanthi day fl 3 a license for possession of liquor by hotels run by the franchisee of the ttdc thiruvalluvar day gandhi jayanthi day birthday eve of nabigal nayagam mahavir jayanthi and vallalar ninaivu naal fl 4 license for possession of liquor by manager, canteen stores department nil fl 4 ..... the following days :- a. thiruvalluvar day falling on the month of january b. gandhi jayanthi day, namely the 2nd october, and c. birthday eve of nabigal nayagam, in every year the statute mandates that the fl-2 licensee should close the licensed premises on the above said days.6. .....

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Jun 22 2001 (HC)

M. Muthuramalingam and Etc. Etc. Vs. District Forest Officer and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2002CriLJ420

..... relate to the penalties for trespass into the reserve forest. section 21(h). of the tamil nadu forest act would relate to contravention of rules regarding hunting. section 9 of the wild life protection act would provide for prohibition of hunting. section 52 of the wild life protection act, would envisage even an attempt to contravene the section would amount to an offence.34. the complaint ..... they were with the guns.(ii) under section 50 of the wild life protection act and section 41 of the tamil nadu forest act, the properties can be seized by the authorities only when there is reason to believe that an offence has been committed. under these acts, there is no prohibition for carrying the guns. but, in this case, the guns, which were with ..... the properties, the petitioners requested the authorities admonition by allowing them to pay any amount of compensation as compounding fees.27. under section 55(1) and (2) of the tamil nadu forest act, after payment of compounding fees by the person reasonably suspected of having committed any forest offence, the forest officer shall discharge the said person and also release the property seized ..... three petitioners are friends and owning estate and palace at kodaikanal. both rajendiran and rajagopala thondaiman are gun licence holders. all the three petitioners on 11-8-1999 on the eve of 'solar eclipse', started from kodaikanal in a mahindra jeep for taking bath at 'kumbakarai falls'. since it was a solar eclipse day, they started at 6-45 p.m .....

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Mar 13 2009 (HC)

R. Sivashanmugam and ors. Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu Rep. by the Secr ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2009)6MLJ289

..... said judgment was rendered in the context of section 23a of the land acquisition act, 1894 brought in by a tamil nadu amendment act, the reasoning given therein is applicable to the impugned amendment also. 24. the learned counsel also submitted that the retrospective nature and effect of the benami transactions (prohibition) act, 1988 came up for consideration before the supreme court in its decision in ..... no proceeding or order shall be reopened under the section after the expiry of the period of five years from the date of publication of this act in the tamil nadu government gazette. the act was published in the tamil nadu government gazette (extraordinary) issue no. 224 on 10.5.1996. further, the authorised officer must also give reasonable opportunity to the affected parties before ..... that no such proceeding or order shall be reopened under this section after the expiry of a period of five years from the date of the publication of this act in the tamil nadu government gazette:provided further that no such proceeding or order shall be reopened unless the person affected has had a reasonable opportunity of being heard.3. before the amendment ..... into other dealings to save their properties from being taken by the state. may be in a few cases, the owner has real necessity. but why sell only on the eve of land legislation? why execute deeds, though for good purposes, only where the bill fixing ceilings is round the comer? by and large, the strategies of extrication of holdings from .....

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Jan 21 2009 (HC)

M. Muruganandam Vs. the Government of Tamil Nadu Rep. by the Secretary ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2009)5MLJ421

..... . no. 836 dated 27.06.1984 was withdrawn as per g.o.(3d) no. 15 dated 17.08.1998. according to the fourth respondent, rule 15(4)(1) of the tamil nadu recognized private school (regulation) rules were not applicable to the appointment of the petitioner as headmistress on 06.02.1985 ..... the revisional authority was perfectly correct in their conclusion that the appointment of the fourth respondent as headmistress should be examined not under the provisions of tamil nadu recognized private schools (regulations) rules, but only under the provisions of g.o.ms. no. 720 dated 28.04.1981.12. in any ..... the fourth respondent was appointed and the same was in clear violation of the statutory requirements as provided in rule 15(4)(1) of the tamil nadu recognized private schools (regulation) rules, 1974. according to the learned counsel, the matter was clarified by the education department as per letter dated ..... of the constitution.6. secondly, such reservation by the state is permissible in exercise of powers conferred under article 15(3), which provides thus:15. prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.- (3) nothing in this article shall prevent the state from ..... decision of reservation for females and right to equality;.9.(b)in dattatraya motiram more v. state of bombay provisions of the bombay municipal boroughs act, 1925 which reserved seats for women in the election were challenged on the ground that they offended articles 14, 15 and 16 of the .....

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Sep 11 1997 (HC)

Matter Taken Up as Suomoto on the News Item Published in Deccan Chroni ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1998(1)ALD270; 1997(6)ALT706

..... state government for carrying out all or any of the purposes of the ordinance. the provisions made in sections 6, 7 and 8 of the tamil nadu ordinance no. 10 of 1996 do not find place in the andhra pradesh bill no.20 of 1996. the state government would do well not ..... is grossly insufficient for curbing and controlling the menace of ragging. an ordinance has been promulgated in the state of tamil nadu being ordinance no. 10 of 1996. apart from what is included in the bill introduced in andhra pradesh legislative assembly, the ordinance of ..... tamil nadu also provides for immediate suspension of the student from the educational institution, who is alleged to have committed the offence under the ..... had been several instances of brilliant students committing suicides unable to bear insults by old students and to prohibit such evil practices. section 2 of the bill defines 'ragging' as including 'decking', teasing by which any person is insulted and put to mental agony by anything done against his/her wishers or ..... consent. section 3 provides for prohibition of ragging in educational institutions and public places and hostels of any educational institutions. ragging in whatever form indulged into is prohibited. section 4 provides for penally for indulging in the acts .....

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