Category: Kerala High Court

No Ban On Kerala Nun’s Autobiography That Gives Details Of Sexual Abuse By Catholic Priests.

Source – indiatimes.com The Kerala High Court has rejected a plea seeking a ban on the printing, publication, and sale of “Karthavinte Namethil (In the name of Christ)” the autobiography of Sister Lucy, a nun who was expelled from the convent recently for alleged indiscipline.  The petitioner had south a ban on the book claiming that

Kerala High Court declines to ban dismissed nun Lucy’s autobiography.

Source – newindianexpress.com KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday declined to ban the dismissed nun, Sister Lucy Kalapurakkal’s autobiography titled “Karthavinte Namethil (In the name of Christ)”. The high court, which heard the petition filed by Sister Lisiya Joseph seeking a ban on the book, said if the petitioner has any complaints about the

Kerala snakebite death: District judge’s report names school, hospital authorities.

Source – thenewsminute.com An inquiry report by Wayanad district judge on the death of 10-year-old who died of a snakebite on November 20 has implicated the school and hospital authorities. This comes even as the teachers and the doctor held responsible for the Shehla Sherin’s death have moved the Kerala High Court seeking anticipatory bail.

Kerala High Court to hear case against 12 lawyers for gheraoing magistrate.

Source – thenewsminute.com Intervening in the peculiar incident of a group of lawyers gheraoing the magistrate of Thiruvananthapuram District Court, the Kerala High Court on Thursday took case against 12 lawyers. Lawyers of the Thiruvananthapuram Bar Association have been booked by the High Court for gheraoing magistrate Deepa Mohan in her chamber on Wednesday. The

Kerala HC directs government to conduct load test on Palarivattom flyover.

Source – newindianexpress.com KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Thursday directed the state government to carry out in three months load test of a defunct flyover here, before demolishing it. A division bench comprising Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice A M Shaffique gave the direction on a petition by the Ernakulam-based Association of Structural and