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Feb 01, 2018
The Supreme Court agrees to hear cricketer S Sreesanth's appeal against life ban on 5 FebruaryThe bench had said there was no violation of natural justice against the cricketer and quashed the single bench order in Sreesanth's favour.
Jan 29, 2018
Orange passports for travellers requiring emigration check: Kerala HC issues notice to CentreThe Kerala High Court on Monday issued a notice to the central government on a PIL challenging its decision to introduce orange-coloured passports for people requiring emigration check.
Jan 17, 2018
Kerala High Court slams political parties for using hartals as mode of agitation, says state's image sufferingComing down heavily on political parties for using "hartal" as a mode of agitation, the Kerala High Court has observed that everyone from the banker to the butcher suffer and wanton destruction are its "never-failing nemeses"
Jan 15, 2018
Women's rights: State should mandate education, employment and not rely on fathers, father-in-laws, husbandsIt seems clear that in the eyes of the law, women are meant to be cared for at all stages of their lives by men: Fathers, husbands, and if not husbands, then father-in-laws.
Jan 11, 2018
Kerala: Two arrested over bid to sell off woman to Islamic State after forced conversionTwo persons have been arrested on charges of helping a Muslim man "forcibly" convert a Kerala woman and attempting to take her to Syria to be sold off to Islamic State terrorists.
Dec 29, 2017
Kerala school likely to take back students expelled for hugging on campus after Shashi Tharoor's interventionThe issue of suspension of a Class XII boy student by the management of a church-run school for hugging a girl is likely to be resolved following the intervention of Congress Member of Parliament Shashi Tharoor.
Dec 26, 2017
Kerala HC gives progressive judgment on dignity of motherhood, but is new legislation on this subject necessary?The judgment recognises that motherhood is a right that has to be protected by an employer. More importantly, it subsumes motherhood and right to dignity as a mother under Article 21 which protects life and personal liberty
Dec 19, 2017
Hadiya case: Karnataka's Hindutva brigade vows 'reverse love jihad', says network of informers in place to monitor youthThe air of legitimacy that the handling of the Hadiya case has given to the conspiracy theory of 'love jihad' has revved up Karnataka's Hindutva brigade. Infamous for taking law into their own hands, they are now gearing up to take 'love jihad' head-on.
Dec 09, 2017
Kerala 'love jihad' case: Hadiya meets husband Shafin Jahan in Salem after college authorities grant permissionHadiya, a Kerala woman at the centre of an alleged love jihad case, met her husband at her homeopathic medical college in Salem on Thursday.
Dec 06, 2017
S Durga can be screened at other film festivals, say organisers of IFFI 2017An IFFI 2017 organiser said the makers of S Durga can screen the controversial film at other film festivals and IFFI should be remembered for good cinema