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Justice for Jisha: No interference warranted at this stage in SIT probe, says Kerala HC

Justice for Jisha: No interference warranted at this stage in SIT probe, says Kerala HC

Appearing for the state government, Director General of Prosecutions informed the court that the investigation into the rape and murder of the law student is in progress and is at a crucial stage.

Kumaranasan memorial: Kerala HC quashes state govt order on land

 The Kerala High Court today quashed a state government order to acquire land belonging to the grandchildren of 19th century poet Kumaranasan for building a memorial in his name at Thonnakkal in Thiruvananthapuram district.

Kerala HC orders interim stay on Lokayukta order against Thiruvanthapuram Collector

Kerala High Court on Wednesday stayed the Lokayukta probe order against Thiruvanthapuram District Collector Biju Prabhakar and Deputy Collector Sheeba George in connection with alleged anomalies in granting permission for building a mall at Pattoor in the state capital.

LDF moves Kerala HC against Mani

Alleging that the Vigilance quick verification against Finance Minister KM Mani was a 'farce', the Left Democratic Front (LDF) on Monday moved the Kerala High Court, seeking to draw up an FIR and register crime against the minister, who is at the centre of a bar bribe row.

Kerala HC orders arrest of ship involved in collision with boat

Kerala High Court on Tuesday ordered arrest of bulk carrier MV Miletus, involved in a collision with a fishing vessel off Kochi-Alapuzha coast early this month.

Bitti Mohanty brought back, Kerala HC directs jail official to file statement

Cutting short his journey to Jaipur for being produced before a court, Bitti Mohanty, a rape convict, was on Monday brought back to the state from Mumbai as the Kerala High Court directed Kannur Jail Superintendent to file a statement regarding his transfer in violation of its orders.

Solar scam: Kerala HC refuses to spare sitting judge

The Kerala High court has informed the state government that it cannot spare a sitting judge to conduct probe into the solar scam that brought Chief Minister Oommen Chandy`s office under a cloud.

Navy officer`s wife wants probe into forced sex charge to shift

The wife of a senior Navy officer, who has charged her husband with forcing her to get "sexually involved" with his colleagues, has requested the maritime force to shift the probe venue from Karwar in Karnataka to Delhi.

Wife-swapping charges: Naval officer`s wife moves HC

The estranged wife of a Naval officer has moved the Kerala High Court seeking to implead herself in the anticipatory bail plea moved by him.

HC grants bail to accused in Suryanelli case

The Kerala High Court on Thursday granted bail to the 31 accused in the 1996 Suryanelli gang-rape case.

Achuthanandan`s plea for CBI probe: HC to decide on Mar 25

Kerala HC will take a decision on March 25 on whether or not to list in the coming week the PIL filed by veteran CPI(M) leader VS Achuthanandan.

Suryanelli rape case: SC quashes all acquittals

In a major development, the Supreme Court on Thursday quashed a Kerala High Court verdict acquitting 35 men accused of raping a 16-year-old girl from Suryanelli in Kerala in 1996.

Kerala HC comes down on political parties

Kerala High Court on Wednesday came down on political parties for not taking effective steps to protect the interest of the landless.

HC dismisses M M Mani`s petition

The Kerala High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition by Marxist leader M M Mani, seeking to quash FIRs registered against him over his speech on elimination of political foes.

Rs 3 cr compensation is petty for ship owners: HC

The Kerala High Court on Monday observed
that the compensation of Rs 3 crore sought by the families of
the two fishermen killed by marines of Italian tanker Enrica
Lexie was a `petty` amount for the ship owners.

Why Marad SIT was dismantled? Kerala HC asks govt

Kerala HC directed the government to furnish details from the state police chief on why the Marad SIT was dismantled.

Schools should shift to peaceful area: Kerala HC

Kerala High court on Wednesday observed that it was high time to consider shifting of educational institutions in busy urban areas to a peaceful area.

HC seeks more technical info on Mullaperiyar dam

With the Mullaperiyar issue hotting up, Kerala High Court on Tuesday sought more technical information on the 116-year-old structure.

`No toll collection from vehicles in Sabarimala`

The Kerala High Court Friday
prohibited toll collection from vehicles coming to the hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa at Sabarimala.

Ice Cream Parlour case: VS`s prayer rejected by HC

Kerala High Court on Wednesday declined the
prayer of opposition leader in the assembly V S Achuthanandan in the Ice Cream
Parlour sex case.