Category: Kerala High Court

Palarivattom flyover load test: Plea in HC seeking appointment of expert agency.

Source – KOCHI:  RDS Project Ltd, which constructed Palarivattom flyover, on Wednesday approached the Kerala High Court seeking to appoint an expert agency to conduct a load test on the flyover. The High Court had earlier directed the state government to conduct the load test on the flyover through a qualified agency in three

Kerala HC stays Kasargod panchayat’s move to introduce resolution against CAA.

Source – The Kerala High Court on Tuesday stayed the Kasargod district panchayat’s move to introduce a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The court has stayed the panchayat’s move for three weeks. Earlier, the panchayat decided to pass the resolution on January 23. The court has also decided to issue a notice to the district panchayat

CC Thampi: An NRI millionaire, now in ED net, climbed up from humble beginnings.

Source – KOCHI: Cheruvathur Chekkutty Thampi known as CC Thampi, arrested by the Enforcement Directorate from New Delhi on money laundering charges, hails from Kottol near Pazhanji in Thrissur. It was after Thampi from humble beginnings managed to reach the UAE in the 1970s, while he was in the mid-twenties, that his fortunes started

MBBS fee: HC raps fee committee.

Source – The Kerala High Court has slammed the Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee for not refixing the fee structure of MBBS courses of self-financing medical colleges for academic years 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19, after reconsidering the claims of the managements on a High Court directive. The committee had earlier fixed the tuition fee

After Maradu, Nediyathuruthu presents a different challenge.

Source – ALAPPUZHA: After the successful demolition of the five residential highrises constructed in Maradu municipality in Ernakulam for flouting the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) rules, all eyes are on the 54 villas of Kapico Kerala Resorts (Private) Limited on Nediyathuruthu Island in Vembanad Lake at Panavally panchayat of Alappuzha. The Supreme Court recently upheld

Maradu residents approach Kerala HC over fate of neighboring structures.

Source – KOCHI: The residents of Maradu Municipality whose houses are located within a radius of 200 metres from the towers which are proposed to be demolished on January 11- 12 by the order of the Supreme Court, have filed a case in Kerala High Court on Tuesday. The petitioners have requested the Kerala HC to direct the

Kerala High Court Office Attendant Recruitment 2020 Apply Online, Check Important Dates

Source – Kerala High Court is the highest appellate authority in the state of Kerala and as such handles hundreds of thousands cases every year. In order to maintain its work and other associated tasks, Kerala High Court conducts various recruitment drives every year for the selection of most suitable candidates for various vacancies