Conduct of criminal/POCSO cases: Kerala HC asks principal district judges to send report on appointment of public prosecutors
A Division Bench while dealing with an appeal filed by a convict in the POCSO case was appalled by the abject incompetence displayed by the prosecution.
The submission was made by the police in response to a habeas corpus petition filed by the wife of Sajeevan seeking a directive to the cops to trace and produce her husband
"The pandemic period cannot be cited as a reason. It is well known that even during the pandemic period, several decisions were taken involving revenue, after deliberations," observed the court
After watching footage of the incident online, Justice Devan Ramachandran said the incident was very disturbing and that he was pained to see the child crying when the police officer reprimanded her
The school in which the child is pursuing her studies is situated near the house of the accused. She is still being taunted by some people. In order to pursue her studies, she applied for a transfer.
The repairs are unable to stand the test of the next rain and the roads require patchwork again, Justice Devan Ramachandran remarked.
Prosecute, penalise those erecting illegal flag poles under Land Conservancy Act: HC to Kerala government
Kerala High Court said that if any new flag masts are erected illegally and not removed by the competent authorities, the latter will have to face the consequences mandated under the law.
The petition should be dismissed with a heavy cost for wasting the court's time, but it was reluctant to do so, treating this as an attempt of an innocent girl to get admission for her 'dream course'
What is Sabarimala Thantri's view regarding use of halal jaggery to prepare prasadam: Plea in Kerala HC
The Board has claimed that stalling the sale of 'aravana' and 'appam' at Sabarimala would cause a huge financial loss to it.
She also sought a declaration that the state government is liable to pay a compensation of Rs 50,00,000 for the act of the officer
The court also sought an explanation from the state government and the Travancore Devaswom Board on the matter
The NTA made the submission on a petition filed by Rithu Sibi of Thrissur, who attended the NEET 2021 exam conducted on September 12, seeking a CBI probe into the alleged manipulation
TP Sajid, counsel for the petitioners, pointed out that the Authorisation Committee rejected both sets of applications holding that the petitioners do not come under the purview of ‘near relative’
Consuming liquor in a private place without causing nuisance or annoyance to anybody will not attract any offence, observes Kerala HC.
If there is any violation of data privacy, the person who is responsible will face stringent action, said the court