Kochi: High Court on Monday quashed the review petition filed by the Kerala government in the allocation of plus two. The demand of the government to withdraw the earlier single bench decision to allot plus two batches only to the school recommended by the Higher Secondary Director was not taken for review by the division bench. With the HC putting down the petition, the admission to new plus two
New Delhi: In a big blow to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy in the Palmolein case, Supreme Court on Friday reprimanded the state in the move to withdraw the case. The division bench headed by Justice TK Thakur sought a CBI probe in the case. The Court also asked the credibility of the police investigation done in the case. ''How to would be possible to bring out the truth behind the case when the inve
Thiruvanathpuram: The long fuming internal feud in the state unit of BJP has come open with the visit of National President Amit Shah's visit to the state. Shah on a short trip to the state has now to deal with a deluge of complaints came in front against the official leadership of the state. In a letter written by PK Krishnadas faction blames State President V Muralidharan as a failure and demand
Kochi: Bishop Mar George Alencherry said that church cannot ban the use of wine from the rituals as it would result in the violation of the mass ritual prescribed by Jesus Christ. Churches all around the globe has been following the tradition of giving bread and wine as part of remembrance to the Jesus and if it would be avoided it will be a gross violation to the age-old proceedings, said him. Al
Kozhikode: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said that centre hasn't sought his opinion yet in the appointment of former CJI P Sathasivam as the new Governor of the state. He said that there had been a practice earlier to ask the opinion of the concerned chief minister in the appointment of governors. During his time as chief minister to the state that four times the Governor had been changed and every
Thrissur: The District Ayurveda Hospital here witnesses gross gender discrimination with women therapists were forced to take duty in the male ward of the hospital. The two women therapists were given duty in the male ward and were given the duty to massage male patients. Even though the female therapists protested they have given the explanation it is the absence of male therapists that they have
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