`Old age home for cows` in Kerala`s Thrissur district soon

The aged and unwell cows may soon have an “old age home” in Kerala`s Thrissur`s district.

HC notice to Shashi Tharoor on election petition

The Kerala High Court on Thursday issued notice to Congress leader and former Union Minister Sashi Tharoor on a petition challenging his election from Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency.

CBI probe in solar scam case not necessary: Govt to HC

The Kerala Government today informed the High Court that a CBI enquiry was not necessary into the solar scam case, which had rocked the state last year.

Solar Panel scam: Public Interest in appointment of Judicial commission, says Kerala HC

Kerala High court on Monday orally observed that as far as government was concerned there is public interest in the appointment of the Judicial Inquiry Commission to probe the Solar Panel scam.

Kerala HC for enactment against `forced` hartals

Observing that `forced` hartals were `illegal`, Kerala High Court on Thursday said there was a need for enactment of a law granting suo motu powers to a competent authority to deal with matters relating to claims, assessment of compensation and recovery for those who have suffered losses during such shut downs.

Election of Tharoor, 3 others challenged in Kerala HC

Petitions challenging the election of former union minister Shashi Tharoor and three others in recent Lok Sabha polls were filed today in the Kerala High Court.

HC directs Govt to furnish details of probe in children case

Kerala High Court today directed the state government to furnish by July two the details of investigation conducted by police so far in the case relating to bringing of over 500 children from Jharkhand, Bihar and West Bengal meant for orphanages in the state.

Child trafficking: Orphanage seeks impleadment in PIL

Complaining that police questioning was causing mental agony to their inmates, a Muslim orphanage facing charges of child trafficking on Monday moved Kerala High Court to implead them in a PIL, seeking a CBI probe into a case relating to bringing of over 580 children from eastern states.

Kerala High Court gets two new judges

Two new judges were sworn in as additional judges of the Kerala High Court here today.

Rapist should face severe, strict punishment but only after guilt proved: SC

Rape is a reprehensible act and every perpetrator of the crime should be punished severely but only after the accused`s guilt has been proved beyond doubt, the Supreme Court has said.

Govt to bring in new amendments to control student unions

Getting tough on political activities by student unions, Kerala government on Friday informed the High Court that it proposes to bring in new amendments to control activities of student unions inside the campus.

HC dismisses petition seeking CBI probe against Amrita Mutt

Kerala High Court today dismissed a petition seeking a direction to CBI to register an FIR and launch investigation against the Mata Amritanandamayi Mutt after a former inmate penned a memoir alleging sexual abuse.

Suryanelli gang-rape case: 24 convicted, life term for main accused

A division bench of the Kerala High Court on Friday convicted 24 people in the 1996 Suryanelli gang-rape case.

Breather for Chandy as court stays controversial references

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Tuesday got a breather after a Kerala High Court division bench stayed two controversial references by a single division bench against him last week.

No more marriages in party offices, says Kerala HC

Kerala High Court has held as invalid marriages conducted at the offices of CPI(M) and other political parties.

Actress Meera Jasmine marries engineer

National Award winning actress Meera Jasmine married engineer Anil John in a church in the state capital Wednesday.

CBI files revision petition in SNC Lavalin graft case

CBI filed revision petition in Kerala High Court challenging discharge of CPI(M) State Secretary, Pinarayi Vijayan and six others in the SNC Lavalin graft case.

Third judge recuses to hear revision plea against Vijayan

Another judge of the Kerala High Court on Thursday recused himself from hearing the revision petition against the discharge of CPI(M) state secretary, Pinarayi Vijayan in the SNC-Lavalin graft case.

HC criticises govt for extending special facilities to Saritha

Kerala High court on Thursday criticised the state government for providing special facilities to Solar Panel scam accused, Saritha S Nair.

Judgement in Chandrasekharan murder case on Jan 22

Chandrasekharan, who quit the CPI(M) a few years ago, had floated the RMP. He was murdered by a seven-member gang at Vallikkad near Onchiyam in Kozhikode district on May 4 last year.