Kerala Government would appeal against the verdict of the single bench of the High Court which ruled on Friday that being a Maoist is not a crime.
The magistrate has been asked to furnish an explanation within 15 days.
The court had observed that Sudheeran was acting above the Constitution and that local bodies need not go by his circular.
Kasargod has witnessed several incidents of lovers from different religious communities being targeted by extremists.
Upholding the IT Department directive, HC observed that it was the govt which pays salary for the petitioners.
Vigilance court had rejected the discharge petitions of Giji Thomson and Congress leader T H Musthafa.
Kerala HC ruled that an employed woman, who becomes mother through surrogacy, is entitled to maternity leave.
Says Jonathan Baud, Swiss held for alleged Maoist links, let off by court.
In the new liquor policy of the state government, four star bars were bound to face closure.
In the statements of 19 witnesses that have been recorded, none have said that Mani had taken bribe.
The VACB submitted the report in the court in a petition filed by CPI legislator V S Sunil Kumar.
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Subsequent to arrest of headmistress, the school where 120-odd students were studying has been ordered to be closed.
The student was locked up in the kennel for three hours as a punishment for talking to his friends in the class.
Judge Surendra Mohan was hearing around 80 petitions of bar hotel owners who have challenged the state’s new liquor policy