Kerala HC upholds election of Cong leader Shashi Tharoor

 The Kerala High Court on Wednesday upheld the election of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor from Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency.

Kerala government to challenge HC ruling on 'being Maoist not a crime'

The Government of Kerala has said that it will approach a division bench of the state high court to withdraw the ruling of a single judge bench that has said that being a Maoist is not a crime.

Congress endorses Kerala HC ruling that being Maoist is not a crime

 In remarks that may kick up a debate in the country, Congress on Saturday agreed with the Kerala High Court ruling that being a Maoist is not a crime.

CPI hails Kerala HC ruling on holding of Maoist views

CPI on Saturday welcomed the Kerala High Court ruling that being a Maoist is not a crime and police cannot detain a person for merely saying he or she is one unless their activities are found to be unlawful.

Being Maoist not a crime: Kerala High Court

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.

Memo of charges issued to NV Raju

Kerala High Court on Saturday issued memo of charges to NV Raju, former Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (Economic offences) court here for alleged procedural lapses in recording the statements of solar scam accused Saritha S Nair.

Kerala bar owners to move SC against High Court order
Kerala bar owners to move SC against High Court order

Kerala bar owners on Wednesday decided to move Supreme Court against the Kerala High Court order which upheld the state government's liquor policy confining bar licenses only to five star hotels.

HC verdict an endorsement of our policy: Kerala govt

Welcoming the Kerala High Court verdict upholding its new liquor policy that restricted foreign liquor bars to five-star hotels, Congress-led UDF government today said the order would come into effect from tonight itself resulting in the shut down of 300 bars below the prescribed category operating now.

Kerala High Court allows bars in five-star hotels to serve liquor
Kerala High Court allows bars in five-star hotels to serve liquor

In a significant development, the Kerala High Court on Tuesday upheld the state government's liquor policy, which allows only bars in five-star hotels to serve liquor.

Kerala actor, four women get bail

Budding Malayalam actor Shine Tom Chacko and four women, arrested for possessing and consuming cocaine, were granted bail by the Kerala High Court on Monday, after spending 59 days in custody.

Justice Ashok Bhushan sworn in Kerala Chief Justice

Justice Ashok Bhushan was today sworn in as Chief Justice of Kerala High Court.

Intend to prohibit liquor in phased manner: Kerala govt to HC

 Total prohibition or complete liberalisation of liquor was not its policy, the state government today told the Kerala High Court.

Kerala HC dismisses Achuthanandan's plea

The Kerala High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL filed by VS Achuthanandan, Leader of Opposition in the state Assembly seeking a CBI probe into solar panel scam which had rocked the state in 2013.

Kerala HC helps young couple get married

Kerala High Court has lent a helping hand to a young couple from different faiths, who were facing death threats from fundamentalists, to enter wedlock.

Section 494 of IPC applicable to all offenders, says Kerala HC

The Kerala High Court on Wednesday held that enforcement of Section 494 of IPC (marrying again during lifetime of husband or wife) is applicable to all offenders irrespective of their religion but subject to personal laws.

Kerala HC dismisses election petition against Tharoor

The Kerala High Court has dismissed a petition challenging the election of Thiruvananthapuram Congress Lok Sabha member Shashi Tharoor, his office said.

Nuns, priests in govt service have to pay income tax: HC

Kerala High Court on Thursday held that nuns and priests employed in government service are liable to pay income tax.

Judges expect informed and genuine criticism of judgments: SC

Supreme court on Friday upheld the Kerala High Court order holding former CPI(M) MLA M V Jayarajan guilty of contempt of court for using "abusive and pejorative" language to criticise a judgement but reduced the six months jail term awarded to him to four weeks.

Bar bribe case: No CBI probe at this stage, says HC

In some relief for Finance minister KM Mani, facing bribery charges in the bar bribe case, Kerala High Court on Wednesday turned down the prayer for a CBI probe into the controversial scam, saying there was no ground at this stage to issue any direction to transfer it to the central probe agency.

Kerala: HC to hear petition in bar case today

The Kerala High Court is likely to take up hearing in the controversial bar bribe scam involving Finance Minister KM Mani in which allegations of bribery have been levelled against him.