Fees or fleece?
Activists, officials seek government intervention to bring in more clarity to the rules on collection of parking fees by commercial establishments
Kerala High Court orders police protection at Amal Jyothi College to allow admissions
The government pleader submitted that a student’s death fuelled the large-scale protests.
Amal Jyothi college moves Kerala High Court seeking police protection
The closure of the college creates extreme hardships not only for the management but also for conducting admissions and university exams, said the petitioner.
Expedite steps to implement BPCL biogas plant: Kerala High Court
Court says the corporation has bungled management of biodegradable and plastic waste
Advocate commissioner to submit report on Thirunelly temple renovation row in Kerala
The notice instructed the temple management to halt all activities that could impair the heritage value of the temple.
'No sexuality in video, only innocent artistic expression', Kerala HC cancels case against Rehana Fathima
Rehana Fathima was facing charges for circulating a video in which she was seen posing semi-nude for her minor children, allowing them to paint on her body.
Nudity should not be tied to sex: Kerala High Court
In the strict sense, the petitioner did not show her bare chest, as the body paint covered her breast.
Kerala HC directs NTA to allow student to appear for Manipur NEET exam
When this was brought to the attention of the invigilators, she was asked to return the Test Booklet and wait until a new Test Booklet was provided.
Probe NEET scorecard fraud, Kerala High Court tells police
The candidate submitted that he had downloaded the marksheet from an Akshaya centre in Kollam. However, the NTA said the scorecard produced by him was not on its record.
Plea to bring Arikomban back to Kerala dismissed
The court dismissed the petition on the ground that the petitioner could not point out the rationale and justification as well as the legal grounds in support of his pleas.
Kerala HC declines to extend stay on govt order banning vacation class
The director general of education (DGE) had ordered primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in government, aided and unaided sectors not to conduct vacation classes.
Illegally-altered vehicles will now invite strict action: Kerala transport dept
Vloggers who promote the use of modified vehicles with online posts will also be prosecuted
Capital term review, mitigation probe of death row convicts
The order is significant as it revisits, once again, the often ignored aspect of death penalty jurisprudence.
Conduct of judges crucial in democracy
When a judge misbehaves in such a way that he causes erosion of the public’s faith in the judiciary, it is the duty of the Bar, the media, and the society at large to raise their voices.
The Kerala Story: Demands seeking its ban baseless
The court said that one must be ‘careful about staying films’. The market will decide if it is not up to the mark
Murder, says Tanur boat tragedy FIR; Kerala HC steps in too
The Kerala High Court said 22 precious lives were lost in a boat tragedy, which by initial accounts was "one that should have never happened and (could have been) fully averted."
'None of you watched whole movie... CBFC has': HC refuses to stay 'The Kerala Story'
'There was a movie where an oracle spitting on the face of the idol of a goddess and no problem was there', the court points out
A joy ride for special children on Kochi water metro’s 1st cruise
Arun Shaji, a differently-abled child, was astonished as he entered the air-conditioned boat with a wide glass overlooking the Vembanad Lake.
‘Examine need for community-based licences for burial, cremation grounds’: Kerala HC
As per the petition, it was during a survey that volunteers of the NGO learnt about the practice of untouchability prevalent in Puthur grama panchayat.
Kerala govt’s ‘unusual’ farewell for HC chief justice kicks up a row
The UDF termed the farewell unprecedented. Leader of Opposition V D Satheesan urged the chief minister to reveal why the farewell was organised in a hushed-up manner at a five-star hotel.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test