Kerala Court

  • Kerala court directs protection of Jewish synagogue September 6, 2014

    Thrissur: A court has directed Kerala Tourism Development Corporation and local panchayat authorities not to make any alterations to the more than 1,000 year old synagogue and a Jewish Cemetery in Mala in the district. Judge V G Sreedevi of Irinjalakuda Sub-court yesterday passed the order on a suit filed...
  • Solar scam: Court denies any statement by Saritha Nair July 28, 2013

    Thiruvananthapuram: A Kerala court while hearing the Solar scam case, rejected media reports which said that the accused Saritha Nair has named top ministers in her statement. The court stated media reports to be a bunch of lies and a false propaganda. The court has said that Saritha...
  • Kerala court orders DNA test on Bitti Mohanty May 17, 2013

    Kannur: A Sessions Court in Kannur on Friday ordered DNA test on Bitti Mohanty to obtain scientific proof for establishing his identity following his arrest in March this year after being on the run for several years. Bitti remained absconding by jumping bail following his conviction for raping of a...
  • Kerala court releases passports of Italian marines December 21, 2012

    Kollam: Setting the stage for their return to Italy for Christmas, a local court on Friday released the passports of the two Italian marines, facing murder charges in Kerala, after they made an unconditional undertaking that they would return to the state by January 10. The marines appeared before the Additional...
  • No leniency to Italian guards: Kerala CM March 5, 2012

    Thiruvananthapuram: Asserting that the probe in the fishermen killing case was progressing well, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Monday told the assembly that no leniency would be shown to accused Italian marines as government's priority was to ensure justice to the victims' families. Accusing the Congress-led UDF government of failing...
  • Kollam court allows presence of 2 Italian experts March 2, 2012

    Kollam (Ker): Two Italian officials were on Friday allowed by a Kerala court to be present during forensic examination of arms seized from the ship 'Enrica Lexie' in connection with the killing of two Indian fishermen off the Kollam coast on February 15. The court made it clear that the Italian...
  • Ship probe: India, Italy to hold another round of talks February 24, 2012

    A team of police and forensic experts have left to visit the Italian vessel. ...
  • Kerala police has no jurisdiction, Italy tells HC February 23, 2012

    Kochi: Italy told the Kerala High Court on Thursday that the state police had no jurisdiction to investigate its two naval marines charged with killing of two Indian fishermen but it made a conditional offer to cooperate in the probe into ballistic examination of the weapons used. A Kollam court, meanwhile,...