The National Investigation Agency will continue with the investigation nevertheless.
Pulsar Suni, the main accused in the famous Malayalam actress assault case has told reporters that Kavya Madhavan, wife of actor Dileep, is the 'madam', who was linked to the case.
The latest report by the state police on ‘Dawa Squad’ and ‘Love Jihad’ is in total divergence with the stand taken by it in December 2009 before the Kerala High Court.
Police report puts spotlight on ‘Dawa Squad’ that plays catalyst for conversion
Ashokan on Tuesday filed a complaint with the Vaikom police against activist Rahul Easwar for recording a video and taking photosof Akhila and mother Ponnamma at their residence.
The National Investigation Agency on Friday re-registered the FIR in the Hadiya case at the NIA-II Court.
Following the Supreme Court directive to the NIA to take over the investigation into the religious conversion of Akhila alias Hadiya, a native of Kottayam district, the agency has sought legal advice.
The fear that Kerala is fast turning a fertile ground for traffickers and begging racket that maim children and drive them into sex trade forces court to intervene
Blue Whale which allegedly has claimed the lives of two youngsters in Kerala cannot be completely alienated by blocking it in the cyber space, claim Cyber Forensic experts.
Manoj R Chandran’s parents recall the events that led them to suspect he was playing the Blue Whale Challenge game.
India’s anti-terror probe agency claimed in the SC that the alleged conversion and radicalisation of a Hindu woman and her marriage to a Muslim in Kerala was not an isolated incident.
For months together, this not-so-net-savvy mother from Thalassery thought her only son was suffering from depression and shuttled between hospitals seeking help to save him.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has expressed concern over the online game ‘Blue Whale’ which is driving children to death.
The bench made it clear that it will take a view only after considering NIA’s report, inputs from Kerala Police.
The District collector issued a memo to the school in this regard, categorically stating that it was inappropriate for a political leader to hoist the national flag in an aided school.