The woman had filed an affidavit in the High Court in 2020 stating that she was not subjected to rape and their sexual encounter was consensual.
The court said the magistrate should consider the plea on the date of surrender.
The circular stated that a screening committee has to be constituted for review and assessment of all licence holders .
The CBI submitted that on going through the report of the Crime Branch, it was revealed that this is a serious and intriguing case. There seems to be interstate involvement in the matter, it added.
Material on record revealed accused were indulging in smuggling for illegal gain, says court
The High Court on Monday stayed the state government’s move to regularise 1,850 employees working on contract or temporary basis in the Kerala State Cooperative Bank (Kerala Bank).
The petitioners said they were forced to leave the UAE due to loss of jobs owing to the economic meltdown following the Covid-19 outbreak.
Kerala government had moved the Apex Court and filed an appeal against the AAI's decision to lease out Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, in the state to Adani Enterprises Ltd.
HC held the government had a duty and obligation to ensure that the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution were extended to the inhabitants of the islands.
The High Court on Wednesday directed the State Police Chief to introduce a special scheme to ensure the premises of educational institutions and universities are drug-free.
R Shiyas, a native of Perumbavoor, had lodged a complaint alleging that Sunny Leone accepted Rs 29 lakh promising to participate in two programmes but failed to turn up.
The State Police Chief had already forwarded a proposal to bring the online rummy game under the provisions of the gaming law, which would be vetted by the law department.
Bollywood actor Sunny Leone reportedly stated that the programme had been rescheduled several times by the organisers.
Court asks district collectors to take appropriate action as per existing rules
The petitioners argued that the new Act was discriminatory and arbitrary.