Senior Supreme Court advocate Prashant Bhushan today said he would move the apex court seeking a direction to remove former CJI Justice K G Balakrishnan, against whose relatives allegations of ammassment of wealth have surfaced, from the post of National Human Rights Commission chairperson.
Seven loaders at Kochi airport were arrested for allegedly removing valuable items from the luggage of passengers.
The marathon autopsies of the 102 Sabarimala pilgrims who lost their lives in a stampede ended Saturday evening at the Kumily government hospital. Most of the bodies have been handed over to the relatives, officials said.
The Ernakulam Chief Judicial Magistrate court today directed police to provide CRPF protection to three CBI officials investiating the case relating to the death of Sampath, a murder accused in police custody in march last year.
A first standard student was killed and three members of the family were injured when a tipper lorry hit a stationary bike at Mamood at Changanacherry Vazoor road here, police said today.
Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor, who himself resigned under a cloud, today backed Chief Vigilance Commissioner P J Thomas, asking the media to stop its "vilification campaign" over his appointment to the constitutional post.
Former union minister Shashi Tharoor today said the 'sacrifices' he made for the Kochi IPL team were worth it and added that the presence of the Kerala team in the hugely popular league would boost development and promote tourism in the state.
The Navy Fest, the annual fair associated with Navy Day celebrations began at the Naval base in Kochi today with Vice Admiral K N Sushil, Flag Officer Commanding in Chief Southern Naval Command inaugurating the event.
The National Isnvestiagting agency (NIA), probing various terror related cases in Kerala, will be submitting chargesheets in 2 cases this month, a top NIA official today said.
Terming the political crisis in Karnataka as a "clash" between two constitutional authorities, Law Minister M Veerappa Moily has said it was up to the "right-minded" people to decide who is right.
The Forward Bloc, one of the supposed pillars of the Left camp in the Centre and an important constituent of the ruling Left Front in West Bengal, has gone saffron in Kerala.
Buckling under pressure from AIADMK, Tamil Nadu government today decided to hand over to CBI five cases regarding repeated death threats issued to its party chief Jayalalithaa.
Kerala High Court today observed that the decision of the selection committee to grant moderation marks in the written examination conducted for the selection of District and sessions judge was 'unsustainable'.
Karnataka Medical Education Minister Ramachandra Gowda tendered his resignation on Sunday following allegations of his involvement in a recruitment scam.
Unfazed by wide criticism of its action, the management of a church-run college has refused to reinstate dismissed lecturer T.J. Joseph, whose hand was chopped off by activists of radical group Popular Front of India, but the government said it might step in, if necessary.