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Kerala High Court

Kerala HC says trial judges don’t have absolute discretion to prune, reject witnesses submitted by accused

The adversarial system confer the accused with the indefeasible right to cross-examine the prosecution witnesses and to let in defence evidence. This indefeasible right cannot be denied lightly.

Kerala HC dismisses appeals of CPI(M) leader Jayarajan, others in RSS worker murder case

The Kerala High Court on Tuesday dismissed the appeals of senior CPI(M) leader P. Jayarajan and other accused in the Kathiroor Manoj murder case.

Kerala High Court allows medical termination of 26-week foetus of 15-year-old rape victim

The Kerala High Court on Monday allowed the medical termination of a 26-week pregnant minor rape victim. A single bench of Justice P.V. Asha heard the civil writ petition, and recorded that the continuation of the pregnancy is contrary to the safety and interests of the victim, who is only 15.

Kerala HC sets aside NIA court bail to Thwaha Fasal upon agency’s appeal

The Kerala High Court set aside the order passed by Special NIA Court Kochi granting bail to Thwaha Fasal, a journalism student, in a Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Act...

Kerala HC says AICTE can prescribe recruitment mode but it can’t be with retrospective effect

While the High Court agreed with the central premise of the argument, the Court refused to allow a retrospective interpretation to be given to the AICTE Regulations.

Kerala govt appeals against HC order to increase pilgrim numbers to Sabarimala shrine

The Government of Kerala has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against the order of the Kerala High Court which directed the Government to increase the number of pilgrims from 2000 to 5000 per day visiting the Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa shrine during the festival season starting from 20.12.2020.

Kerala HC directs govt to ensure farmers aren’t fleeced carrying paddy to procurement centres

Counsel for the petitioners submitted that different rates levied from the farmers depend upon the distance and the collection does not have uniformity. It was also submitted that as per guidelines, the farmers are not bound to pay such charges to the contractors.

Kerala HC closes challenge to Section 118A of Kerala Police Act after its repeal

The Division Bench of Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice Shaji P Chaly closed the petitions challenging the controversial Section 118A of the Kerala Police Act, 2011.

Sabarimala: Kerala HC allows 5,000 pilgrims from December 20 but should have Covid-19 negative certificate

The High Court has mandated that the pilgrims take an RTPCR test within 48 hours of reaching Nilakkal, from NABL accredited ICMR approved laboratories instead of antigen tests, and be allowed after getting a negative certificate.

Kerala HC directs Pinarayi Vijayan govt to return Rs 10 crore donation from Guruvayur temple board

Guruvayurappan is the heir to all the properties related to Guruvayur Temple. Adding that, the court said that the governing body can only act within the limits of the law.

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