HC allows 312 bars to function till December 12

Kerala High Court on Tuesday permitted 312 liquor bars attached to hotels in the state to function till December 12.

HC allows 312 bars to function till December 12

Kerala High Court on Tuesday permitted 312 liquor bars attached to hotels in the state to function till December 12.

Bar bribery case: Kerala HC grants 1 week to state to file affidavit

 The Kerala High Court on Thursday granted one week time to the state government to file an affidavit, along with documents, in the bar bribery case against the State Finance Minister K M Mani.

Vigilance probe clears Kerala minister in bar scam

Kerala Finance Minister KM Mani, who is under a cloud over charges of corruption on the bar licence issue, Wednesday got relief after a preliminary probe by the vigilance did not find any evidence against him.

ISRO spy case investigating official to approach court

A former top police official who probed the ISRO espionage case will file an appeal in the Kerala High Court after it quashed the state government's order to drop charges against him.

Eminent jurist Krishna Iyer turns 100

Kochi: Eminent jurist V R Krishna Iyer turned 100 today and was greeted by people from all walks of life.

Kerala asked to shift liquor shops away from highways

The Kerala High Court on Monday directed the state government to shift all retail liquor shops located on the national and state highways.

HC asks Kerala govt to decide in two weeks on licence to 10 more bars

Kerala High Court on Friday directed the government to decide within two weeks on granting licence to ten liquor bars in the state.

AAP petition asking for CBI probe into bar owners charge dismissed

Kerala High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition by Aam Admi Party, Kerala unit, seeking a CBI probe into the graft allegations made by bar owners against state Finance Minister K M Mani.

AAP seeks CBI probe against Mani

Aam Admi Party's state unit on Wednesday approached the Kerala High Court seeking a CBI probe into the graft allegations made by bar owners against state Finance Minister KM Mani.

'Kiss Fest' organisers, sympathisers taken into custody in Kochi
'Kiss Fest' organisers, sympathisers taken into custody in Kochi

Organisers and sympathisers of the controversial 'Kiss of Love' event were on Sunday taken into custody as they tried to march to the Marine drive grounds, venue of the symbolic protest against moral policing, police said.

Kerala HC orders status quo with respect to closure of 250 bars

In a relief to owners of bars in small and medium hotels a day after a single judge upheld the state government's decision to close them down, Kerala High Court on Friday permitted 250 bars to function for a month.

HC refuses to interfere with Kochi Kiss fest

Kerala High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the proposed 'Kiss of Love' programme here on Nov 2, being organised to protest moral policing, after the state government assured action will be taken in the event of any illegal activities.

Kerala CM welcome HC's nod for closure of 700 liquor bars

Kerala High Court on day upheld the state government's new excise policy directing closure of bars in two and three-star hotels.

High Court upholds ban on liquor in Kerala
High Court upholds ban on liquor in Kerala

The Kerala High Court on Thursday upheld the state government's decision to put a ban on serving liquor in over 700 small bars across the coastal state.

Kerala HC to pronounce judgement in Bar case tomorrow

 Kerala High Court will pronounce tomorrow the judgement on the batch of petitions filed by Kerala bar owners challenging the state government's decision to close 730 odd bar hotels in the state.

HC quashes govt order dropping action against 3 SIT officers in ISRO case

In a blow to the state government, the Kerala High Court on Monday quashed the order dropping action against former Additional DGP Siby Mathews and two others who investigated the ISRO espionage case initially saying the conduct of the government "has not been above board".

Not acquired any assets of Sunanda: Shashi Tharoor in statement in HC

Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor has informed the Kerala High Court he had not acquired any assets of his late wife Sunanda Pushkar either individually or jointly with her son or anybody else as her movable and immovable assets are not yet "ascertainable or estimable".

BJP leader files affidavit against Shashi Tharoor

BJP leader O Rajagopal on Thursday filed an affidavit in Kerala High Court accusing Congress MP Sashi Tharoor, against whom he had unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha polls, of non-disclosure of assets inherited from his late wife Sunanda Pushkar while filing nomination papers and seeking his election to be set aside.

Suryanelli gang-rape case: SC seeks Kerala's reply on convicts' plea

The Supreme Court Wednesday sought response from the Kerala government on a petition filed by 16 of the 24 convicts challenging their conviction and varying quantum of sentence in the Suryanelli gang-rape case.