The court allowed the appeal filed by first accused Nazeer and fourth accused Shafas against the life imprisonment sentence awarded by the NIA special court
Kerala HC dismisses plea to remove PM Modi’s photo from vaccine certificates, imposes Rs 1 lakh fine
The court dismissed the petition with a cost of Rs 1 lakh, saying it was "frivolous", filed with "ulterior motives", "publicity oriented" and the petitioner probably also had a "political agenda"
A bench of the high court has observed that treating a wife's body as something owned by the husband and committing sexual acts against her will is nothing but 'marital rape'
Take decision on Sister Lucy Kalappura's plea to stay in convent in three weeks, Kerala HC directs munsif court
The court said that since the matter is still in the civil court in Wayanad district, it would not be proper for it to enter into the finding on the rights of the people residing in the convent, as requested by the petitioner
The court also sought the Centre's stand on NBA's plea that the new rules give government authorities 'excessive powers' to 'unreasonably and impermissibly restrict' the media's freedom of speech and expression
A case was registered against Sultana on 9 June under Section 124-A (sedition) and 153 B (hate speech) of IPC on the basis of a petition lodged by a political leader hailing from Kavaratti
Kerala HC grants anticipatory bail to filmmaker Aisha Sultana in Sedition case; all you need to know
Explaining her side of the story in an interview with Outlook magazine, Aisha said that the 'bio-weapon' comment was a mistake, which she made because she was inexperienced in TV debates. She complained that she was not allowed the space to clarify her statement
The Kerala High Court said that if Aisha Sultana is arrested, the filmmaker will be released on interim anticipatory bail for one week.
Enrica Lexie case: SC orders closure of criminal proceedings against two Italian marines; all you need to know
On 15 February 2021, two Indian fishermen were shot dead by Italian marines sergeants Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre
'You are looting people': Kerala HC slams private hospitals, lauds LDF govt's price cap on COVID-19 treatment
The Pinarayi Vijayan government has capped the price of the general ward at Rs 2,500, which includes nursing, boarding, blood transfusion, and oxygen services
The Kerala High Court also registered a suo motu case on crowding at COVID-19 vaccinations centres in the state, saying it can become a "super spreader", and sought a response from the state government regarding the same
The Lokayukta had held that Jaleel violated the oath of office by appointing his relative to the post of general manager of the Kerala State Minority Development Finance Corporation
Kerala HC directs EC to hold polls for three Rajya Sabha seats before tenure of current Assembly ends
The state Assembly and the ruling CPM had challenged the EC's decision to keep in abeyance proceedings for the proposed election to three vacancies from the state in the Rajya Sabha
Sister Sephy, who challenged her conviction before the high court last month, alleged in her plea that she was convicted only on the basis of assumption and not evidence
Catholic priest, nun sentenced to life in Sister Abhaya murder case; duo to serve seven years for evidence tampering
The court, on Tuesday, had found the two guilty of the murder of Sister Abhaya, who was found dead in a well in St Pius Convent in Kottayam in Kerala in 1992
Kerala govt to move SC after HC dismisses plea to transfer trial against Dileep in sexual assault case
Both the Kerala government and the survivor have alleged that the trial judge at Kerala High Court refused to record certain portions of the survivor's testimony without any justification, despite repeated requests by the prosecutor.
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.