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Kerala High Court

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.

Kerala HC dismisses plea seeking termination of pregnancy of 34-week foetus

The gestational age had exceeded 32 weeks. Now, it is a question of only some more days left for the full development of the foetus.

Kerala High Court says withholding title deeds towards security by PSU bank does not involve any public duty

The Kerala High Court dismisses a Writ Petition challenging the demand made by the respondents (IDBI) towards processing fee of an alleged credit facility and also relating to withholding of the title deeds of the properties which were mortgaged/given in security.

Kerala High Court raps CBSE over school fees

The Kerala high court questioned the state government regarding its plans to implement a circular directing school to collect only expenses as fees this year in view of Covid-19 epidemic.

Supreme Court rejects plea of solar scam accused Saritha S Nair against Ernakulam MP Hibi Eden

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the plea of Saritha S. Nair, the accused in the solar scam, seeking cancellation of the election of Ernakulam MP Hibi Eden.

Kerala High Court sets aside Thalaserry district court order on will lost in its custody

The property originally belonged to Andrew Rodger Lambie. The owner had by an unregistered Will dated 4.1.1961 bequeathed the property in favour of his wife herein as the respondent.

In face of severe protests, Kerala CM Vijayan withdraws controversial amendment ordinance on Police Act

Earlier, Kerala BJP president K Surendran had declared that he would be approaching the Kerala High Court, seeking the withdrawal of the Kerala Police Act Amendment ordinance.

After HC Intervention, Hartals in Kerala Drop From 120 to 12 in 3 Yrs

By Punit Mishra For years, Kerala’s tourism industry has marketed the state as God’s Own Country, though its own denizens as well as visitors to the state have found it to be Hartals Own Country. F...

Kerala HC Slams Pinarayi Govt for Ignoring Judicial Orders, Says Ministers More Keen On Jaunts

The Kerala High Court has lashed out at the state government, accusing it of turning a blind eye to judicial orders that were passed even as early as a year back. “If no attempts are made to implem...

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