The state government had approached the court after an all-party-meeting in Kerala demanded withdrawal of the Union Cabinet's decision
Kerala HC Recruitment 2020: 33 Research Assistant posts notified on hckrecruitment.nic.in; apply from 5 to 25 August
Candidates applying for the post should have completed graduation in law. Students of final year/semester are also eligible to apply.
Bishop Franco Mulakkal tests COVID-19 positive hours after Kerala court issues arrest warrant against him
However, members of a group of clergy members and laity who fought to get Mulakkal arrested raised doubts on whether he actually tested positive.
Kerala nun rape case: Kottayam court cancels Bishop Franco Mulakkal's bail, issues non-bailable warrant
The court cancelled Mulakkal's bail for failing to appear for trial in the case and posted the trial for further hearing on 13 August.
Court accepted prosecution's argument that there was prime facie evidence against the deposed Bishop and directed him to stand for trial.
COVID-19 data row: All backups of patient information received by Kerala govt deleted, US-based Sprinklr tells high court
US-based Sprinklr, which was entrusted with handling data related to COVID-19 patients in Kerala, on Saturday submitted before Kerala High Court that it has deleted all backup data shared with it by the state government
Survey of high court advocates exposes fault lines between bar, bench; greater transparency in judicial appointments need of the hour
The way in which the system of appointments is currently functioning needs rethinking with a majority of the surveyed advocates demanding greater transparency in its operation
Coronavirus crisis spotlights Kasargod's poor health facilities after border battle cuts off patients from Mangaluru hospitals
While the Kerala government is receiving global acclaim for its efforts at fighting the coronavirus and its excellent health facilities, the border blockade imposed by Karnataka has shone a spotlight on the woeful healthcare infrastructure in Kasargod district.
In times of COVID-19, Kerala HC has consistently stepped up to uphold fundamental rights, even for animals
Amid the advancing pandemic and its repercussions, one such institution that is persistently living up to its expectation is the judiciary at the regional level. Among others, the Kerala High Court has been pronouncing some of the finest, and measured judgments, most notable for its compassion, while defending diverse rights of citizens
Kerala HC asks Bar Council for proposal on distribution of funds for advocates’ welfare during coronavirus lockdown
Kerala High Court directed the Bar Council of Kerala to file a statement explaining the details of their proposal to distribute funds for the welfare of advocates amid the COVID-19 crisis
Kerala HC allows cat owner, denied pass by cops to get food for pets, permission to travel during lockdown
The Kerala High Court allowed a cat owner’s plea against the refusal to grant him a pass to buy food for his three felines during the ongoing 21-day lockdown
Coronavirus Outbreak: Supreme Court seeks Centre's intervention for settlement of Karnataka-Kerala border battle
Seeking an amicable settlement of the row between Kerala and Karnataka, the Supreme Court on Friday told the Centre to discuss the matter with the states and formulate parameters for passage of patients for urgent medical treatment, according to several media reports.
Kasaragod residents suffer as Karnataka closes access to Mangaluru hospitals; Kerala HC asks who will take responsibility if someone dies
Kerala has accused neighbouring Karnataka to have sealed its borders with Kasaragod town, where a large number of people are under home quarantine amid coronavirus spread.
'Love jihad' not defined by law, no such case reported by central agencies, Union MoS Home tells Lok Sabha
The Centre on Tuesday said the term 'love jihad' is not defined under the extant of laws and no case of 'love jihad' has been reported by any of the central agencies.
The Kerala High Court had in October last year granted conditional bail to Bishop Franco Mulakkal, arrested over allegations of repeatedly raping and sexually assaulting the nun
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
Kerala High Court dismisses single bench order for CBI probe into killing of Youth Congress worker in Kannur district
The Kerala High Court on Friday set aside a single bench order for a CBI probe into the killing of a Youth Congress worker in Kannur district.
Judge of High Court of Kerala Justice V Chitambaresh on Friday said that it was time for Brahmins to deliberate whether reservation should be on the basis of community or caste alone while speaking at the Tamil Brahmins Global Meet organised by the Kerala Brahmana Sabha in Kochi.
Mere possession of sexually-explicit photos will not amount to a crime under Indecent Representation of Women Act: Kerala HC
The Kerala High court, while quashing criminal proceedings against a man and a woman, however, made it clear that publication or distribution of such photos is punishable under the law
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”.