SC reprieve for 700 Kerala bar owners, allows them to operate till September-end
SC reprieve for 700 Kerala bar owners, allows them to operate till September-end

In a relief to around 700 bar owners in Kerala who were directed to close their shops by the state government, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed them to operate till September-end and asked the High Court to decide their petition challenging state's new liquor policy.

Kerala govt initiates austerity measures

With state`s financial situation coming under strain, Kerala Cabinet on Thursday decided to initiate certain austerity measures.

Kerala govt unveils new health schemes

The Congress-led UDF government in Kerala today launched new health schemes, including free treatment in government hospitals for those upto the age of 18 years, to mark the completion of two years in office.

Right to service Act to be passed in next session

Kerala Government would bring a legislation on Right to Service in the assembly session starting on June 13, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said.

Vessel case: Kerala to engage senior lawyer in SC

Kerala will engage a senior lawyer to present the state`s stand in the case pending in the Supreme Court concerning Italian ship `Enrica Lexie` involved in the killing of two Indian fishermen.

Kerala UDF constituents call truce

A ceasefire of sorts has been declared between the two bickering constituents of the ruling United Democratic front in Kerala.

Issues will be resolved amicably: Thangal

Indian Union Muslim League,
a constituent of the ruling Congress-led UDF ministry, on Friday
said the issue of its demand for a fifth ministerial post in
the UDF ministry would be solved amicably.

Have power to act against Italian marines: Kerala

The Kerala government on Thursday informed the
High Court it has the power to register a case against the two
Italian marines.

Firing at sea: Ker Govt announces solatium

The Kerala Cabinet Thursday
announced a solatium of Rs. 5 lakh each to the families of
the two fishermen shot dead by Italian ship security guards.

Karunanidhi asks Kerala not to reduce dam level

DMK president M Karunanidhi told the Kerala government that any effort on its part to
reduce the Mullaperiyar Dam water level and build a new one in
its place would have to be viewed as an attempt to subvert
judicial process.

Kerala govt to restore 85.21 acres land to tribals

The Kerala government
on Tuesday decided to take over two windmills set up on 85.21 acres
of land belonging to tribals, after it was allegedly illegally
occupied by a company in Palakkad district.

Govt calls meeting of leaders of political parties

With a view to resolve issues relating
to admission to post graduate courses in professional self
financing medical colleges in Kerala, a meeting of leaders of
all political parties would be held on
Monday.

Talks between Kerala govt, doctors` body continue

Association of govt doctors` had
threatened to go on an indefinite strike.

Don`t have bio-data of former CVC PJ Thomas: Kerala govt

The Kerala government has said
that it does not have the bio-data submitted by former Central
Vigilance Commissioner PJ Thomas at the time of his
appointment to the post.

Sabarimala: Kerala govt files affidavit in HC

The Kerala government was rapped by the High Court for inadequate measures in the wake of Pulmedu tragedy which claimed the lives of 102 Sabarimala pilgrims.

Kerala orders probe into KGB’s son-in-law assets

The vigilance probe was ordered into charges of amassing of disproportionate wealth by former CJI KG Balakrishnan`s son-in-law PV Sreenijin.

Kerala govt justifies Lottery ordinance

The Kerala government on Friday
justified the new lottery ordinance in the state high court
and said it was not contrary to central act and rules.

Kerala Govt to launch tourism campaign in Europe

To attract more foreign tourists
into the state, the Kerala government will launch a global
publicity campaign in London at the end of this month.

Forest survey for Mullaperiyar dam completed: Kerala govt

Kerala Forest Department
has completed survey for the proposed new dam at Mullaperiyar
in place of the century-old existing dam there, Water
Resources Minister N K Premachandran informed the state
Assembly on Thursday.

HC directs Centre, Kerala govt to give views on banning PFI

Kerala High Court today directed the
Union and state governments to inform their views on banning
the Popular Front of India.

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