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The petitioner alleged that her female lover was under the illegal detention of her parents.
Last month, the HC upheld that seniority of the teachers should be the criteria for allotment of schools of their choice in accordance with the option exercised.
On G Subrothan’s appointment in Kollam, the court said the records reveal the District Judge concerned could not assess his merit and had recommended at least two other persons as being good.
The state government admitted that large flex boards and billboards were often erected at public places without the LSG authorities’ permission and caused inconvenience to the public
Besides, the government staffers affected by the flood were yet to recover from the damage caused and compulsory collection of one month's salary would add to their grievances.
The court issued the order on a petition filed by Sojan Paviyanose, ward member, Mallappally panchayat, seeking to ban forced hartal.
The court also made it clear it was only concerned about the investigation going on fairly, and that it cannot compel the police to carry out the investigation in a particular manner.
The police have collected a number of evidence in the case and it shows they are beyond the reach of the accused in the case, the court said.
The tide may finally be turning against the bishop as many fence-sitters are coming out in support of the nun, though it is still a trickle from the political space.
A group of nearly 10 bank employees along with the chief manager of the Ravipuram branch took out a march to the residence of the petitioner holding the placards ‘refund public money’.
The court issued the order on the petition filed by Dhareefa Beevi, Secretary, Fathima Memorial Educational Trust seeking to convert their engineering college as a polytechnic.
The Bench orally observed that nobody was above law and no one should have any misconception about it.
A complaint filed in the Kerala High Court seeking a directive to speed up the investigation has also forced the police to take such a decision.
No action has been initiated against accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal of Jalandhar diocese, alleged the nuns at a dharna organised by various Catholic organisations on Saturday.
The disaster occurred due to the unsystematic handling and release of water, the plea stated.