Category: Kerala High Court

Kerala High Court rejects petition against bail to IAS officer

Source: The Kerala High Court on Tuesday dismissed a plea seeking cancellation of the bail granted to suspended IAS officer Sriram Venkitaraman, who was arrested for alleged drunken driving that caused the death of a journalist. Dismissing the plea moved by the state government challenging a magistrate court’s order granting bail to Venkitaraman, Justice Raja Vijayaraghavan

Marine Drive beautification: HC directs Corp, GCDA secretaries to appear on Aug 14

Source: KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Friday directed the secretaries of Kochi Corporation and Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) to appear in person on August 14 to inform the court about the specific time needed to address issues concerning Marine Drive walkway. The division bench issued the order on a petition filed by Ranjit

HC seeks remand proceedings of Rajkumar

Source: The Kerala High Court on Thursday directed the magistrate court concerned to furnish details of the proceedings relating to the judicial remand of financial fraud accused Rajkumar who died while in police custody. The court passed the directive on a bail petition filed by K.A. Sabu, suspended sub-inspector of Nedumkandam police station and

‘No one will be allowed to dilute the legal process’: Kerala CM on Sriram IAS case

Source: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that no one will be allowed to dilute the investigation or legal process, in his first reaction to the controversy surrounding IAS officer Sriram Venkitaraman following the death of journalist KM Basheer. 35-year-old Basheer, a Thiruvananthapuram based journalist died early Saturday morning after being hit by

Kerala Dalit Christian Kevin Joseph murder case: Kottayam court to pronounce verdict on August 14

Source: Kottayam: The Kottayam principal sessions court in Kerala will pronounce the verdict in Dalit Christian Kevin Joseph’s murder case on August 14. Earlier, the Kerala high court had asked the Kottayam principal sessions court to pronounce the verdict of the case within six months. However, the Kottayam principal sessions court will pronounce the