Kerala HC strikes down college hostel rule prohibiting use of mobile phones from 10 pm to 6 am, directs readmission of expelled student
The Kerala High Court has held that discipline shall not be enforced by blocking the ways and means of students to acquire knowledge, as it directed readmission of a girl student expelled from her college hostel for opposing a regulation on use of mobile phones
Muslim Education Society cites Kerala HC order in support of hijab ban, but ignores legal positions taken in verdict
The Kerala High Court judgment dwells in detail about maintaining a fine balance between the “individual interest” of a person and the “larger interest”.
Daily Bulletin: Farmers protest in Mumbai; political turmoil continues in J&K; IMD predicts 'heavy rain' in Chennai; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Farmers' agitation to continue in Mumbai today; Ram Nath Kovind to receive military honours in Australia; Schools, colleges in Chennai to stay shut today amid heavy rain prediction; and more.
SC judges upset with Centre for lowering KM Joseph's seniority, to lodge protest with CJI Dipak Misra tomorrow
The Supreme Court judges fear that lowering Justice KM Joseph's seniority could hamper his chances of being elevated to the chief justice's post as well as of heading a bench.
KM Joseph among three justices appointed to Supreme Court; Indira Banerjee becomes 8th female judge at apex court
Notifications announcing the appointments of Uttarakhand High Court Chief Justice KM Joseph, Madras HC Chief Justice Indira Banerjee and Orissa HC Chief Justice Vineet Saran to the Supreme Court were issued on Saturday.
Kerala HC verdict on transgender identity begs question: Why has State failed to formulate NALSA judgment into law?
We may celebrate the Kerala HC judgment on transgender identity, by saying that it is a victory for the LGBTQI community. But in reality, it is not.
Madhu Chindaki lynching: Gruesome incident highlights growing threat of 'mobocracy' in Kerala society
The recent mob lynching of a tribal youth Madhu Chindaki in Kerala has turned the focus on the increasing incidents of mobocracy in the state.
'Elevate Justice KM Joseph to SC': Kerala Bar association sends unanimous resolution to PM, president
Kerala HC Advocates' Association has expressed its "deep concern and anxiety" over the delay in approving Justice KM Joseph's elevation as an SC judge.
Dileep may get double life term if convicted in assault case, but lack of credible witness a concern
As many as 50 witnesses in the case are from the film fraternity, who have connections with Dileep. A key witness is Manju Warrier, who was the first to talk about a conspiracy in the case.
The Kerala High Court has directed the organisers of IFFI to exhibit the Malayalam film, S Durga
Kerala HC's verdict will go a long way in assuaging mounting miseries of the state's clergy.
The Kerala High Court recently concluded that being in a live-in relationship without contracting a marriage was ground to expel a female student. The High Court upheld the decision of the Management of Mar Thoma College of Science and Technology in Kollam to expel a female student – her only ‘crime’ being to have fallen in love with a classmate.
In a significant ruling, the Kerala High Court on Friday said that being a Maoist is not a crime and police cannot detain a person merely because he is a Maoist.
The lone convict in the case, Dharmarajan, who was absconding and was arrested recently from Sagar in Karnataka, is now in jail, to serve the rest of his life sentence.