Kerala HC nullifies amendments to Employees’ Pension Scheme

The High Court of Kerala (File Photo) A division Bench of the High Court of Kerala on Friday nullified the amendments made to the Employees’ Pension Scheme in 2014. The Bench, comprising Justices Surendra Mohan and A M Babu, acted upon as many as 507 petitions filed by various organisations and individuals challenging the Employees’ [...]

Predicting Kerala floods: IMD’s performance audit sought at HC

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SC collegium names 5 new judges for Kerala High Court

The Supreme Court collegium has recommended three advocates practising in the Kerala High Court and two judicial officers of the State as judges of the Kerala High Court. “The collegium resolves to recommend that V.G. Arun, N. Nagaresh, and P.V. Kunhikrishnan, advocates, be appointed as judges of the Kerala High Court,” an order by Chief [...]

Kerala High Court set to get three new judges

New Delhi: The Supreme Court collegium headed by the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has recommended three lawyers, V.G. Arun, N. Nagaresh, and P.V. Kunhikrishnan, to be appointed as judges of the Kerala high court. Their inter se seniority be fixed as per the existing practice. The Kerala HC collegium had on March 7 [...]

Collegium recommends three lawyers, two judicial officers for appointment to Kerala High Court

Collegium recommends three lawyers, two judicial officers for appointment to Kerala High Court Murali Krishnan October 11 2018 The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the names of three advocates and two judicial officers for appointment as judges of Kerala High court. The three lawyers are VG Arun N Nagaresh PV Kunhikrishnan The two judicial officers [...]

Hindu group files PIL in HC seeking direction to govt enabling women to enter mosques

A Hindu group filed a PIL Wednesday in the Kerala High Court seeking directive to the Centre for issuing an order enabling Muslim woman to enter mosques for offering prayers. The petitioner submitted that in the context of a recent Supreme Court order allowing entry of women of all age groups into the Sabarimala temple, [...]

Women’s entry to mosques: Hindu Mahasabha approaches Kerala HC

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Salary challenge: Kerala High Court stays government mandate on …

KOCHI:  The High Court on Tuesday stayed the condition in the government’s order that mandated a declaration from government employees unwilling to contribute their one month’s salary to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF). A Division Bench comprising Justice C T Ravikumar and Justice A M Babu, however, made it clear the court’s order will not [...]

‘Cancer-causing curry powders’: Ban sought at Kerala HC

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Students from other states won’t be excluded: Kerala government on LLB admissions

KOCHI: The state government has informed the Kerala High Court candidates from outside the state will not be entirely excluded from the admission to LLB courses in the state from the coming academic year. The petition was filed challenging a clause in the prospectus which excludes students from outside the state from applying for admission [...]

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