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Every citizen is entitled to know what is happening at Sabarimala. What is the harm in allowing media persons at Sabarimala, asked the HC.
The activist was booked by the police in Pathanamthitta on the basis of a complaint filed by Radhakrishna Menon alleging some of her Facebook posts hurt religious sentiments.
Citing an apex court order, the HC observed it was a single-cadre post, hence there cannot be any reservation.
The court issued the order on the petition filed by Abhinand’s parents seeking CBI probe into the missing case.
The court noted the case was registered in December last year and the probe was not over.
The High Court on Wednesday cautioned the state government against the possibility of people exploiting the situation at Sabarimala when the temple opens for the Mandalam-Makaravilakku festival.
Sabarimala: State is bound to protect the rights of women pilgrims, Kerala government told High Court
The government informed that some political parties with their own agenda started a protest against the verdict of the Supreme Court and it was illegal.
The NGT’s order came following the visit of an advocate’s commission in September 2016 to the Brahmapuram plant to review the waste segregation process.
Cops and cybercriminals are always at loggerheads in the state. Criminals sometimes outwit or outsmart cops in the cyber world.
The report accessed by Express states if ‘vigilantism’ by political parties and organisations repeat during the Mandala-Makaravilakku festival, it may affect the smooth conduct of the pilgrimage.
The bench of Justice PD Ranjan while hearing the petition filed by CPM candidate MV Nikesh Kumar also slapped a fine of Rs 50,000 on Shaji.
Muslim League MLA K M Shaji disqualified by Kerala HC for six years after he was found guilty of spreading communalism during his campaign.
The court made the observation while considering the petitions challenging the alleged police atrocities against devotees.
The Kerala High Court on Monday orally observed that the state government has no power to interfere in the day-to-day affairs of the Sabarimala temple.
The state government on Monday informed the Kerala High Court security arrangements have been made at Sabarimala as directed by the Supreme Court and the Centre.