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The Kerala High Court on Wednesday disposed of a petition seeking a CBI probe into the illegal uploading of Dileep-starer ‘Ramaleela’ on the Internet and social media.
State-award winning director Vidhu Vincent said the verdict is a "hope-giving" development for filmmakers and artists in the country.
While allowing the petition filed by director Sasidharan, the court observed that the writ petition is "maintainable".
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is not likely to file an appeal soon at the Supreme Court challenging Kerala High Court’s verdict in the SNC Lavalin case acquitting Chief Minister Pinarayi V
The court made this observation while dismissing a plea by Thomas Chandy, who resigned as state Transport minister on November 15.
The Kerala High Court has granted permission to the Akhila Bharatha Ayyappa Seva Sangham (ABASS) to provide free food (Annadanam) to devotees at Sannidhanam and Pampa.
The Kerala High Court on Wednesday sought the view of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Directorate of Film Festivals on a petition filed by director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan
The Kerala High Court on Wednesday held that status quo be maintained with respect to the state government’s ordinance to reduce the tenure of Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) members
A petition has been filed before the Kerala High Court challenging the state government’s ordinance to reduce tenure of Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) members from three to two years.
The Kerala High Court on Tuesday rapped Transport Minister Thomas Chandy and orally asked him to step out of the ‘ivory tower’ and face the law as an ordinary citizen.
The state transport minister had filed the petition for quashing the Alappuzha district collector's report which alleged large-scale land grab by him to build a plush resort.
The Kerala High Court has directed the Crime Branch (CB) probing the Mithila Mohan case to file a statement explaining the details of the additional evidence collected by it after filing the last repo
Transport Minister Thomas Chandy on Thursday approached the Kerala High Court seeking a directive to the state government to keep in abeyance all further proceedings based on the report.
Kerala High Court on petition against Thomas Chandy: Wouldn’t you’ve bulldozed an encroachment by a commoner?
When the petition against Thomas Chandy came up for hearing, the High Court asked if there was any investigation going on into the matter.
The petitioner submitted the government and the Revenue officers were reluctant to register a case against Chandy and others despite noticing they had violated laws.