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SC rejects Kerala's plea on interim relief on borrowing limits
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SC rejects Kerala's plea on interim relief on borrowing limits

Supreme Court rejects Kerala's plea for interim relief on borrowing limits, referring the matter to a Constitution bench for interpretation of borrowing powers.

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Kerala govt files plea in SC against Governor's acts of reserving bills for Prez Judiciary
Kerala govt files plea in SC against Governor's acts of reserving bills for Prez

Kerala government challenges Governor's withholding of assent on bills in Supreme Court, citing violation of constitutional provisions and federal structure.

‘Be liberal, consider one-time package for Kerala,' SC to Centre on state’s financial crisis Judiciary
‘Be liberal, consider one-time package for Kerala,' SC to Centre on state’s financial crisis

SC urges Centre to consider a one-time financial aid for Kerala amidst crisis, seeking a liberal approach and interim solutions.

SC notice to Centre on Kerala's plea alleging interference in power to regulate finances Judiciary
SC notice to Centre on Kerala's plea alleging interference in power to regulate finances

Kerala government challenges Union government's interference in state finances, citing potential financial crisis. Supreme Court issues notice.

Hindu girl not illegally detained: Kerala HC rejects father's plea in religious conversion case Top Stories
Hindu girl not illegally detained: Kerala HC rejects father's plea in religious conversion case

The Kerala High Court has dismissed a habeas corpus petition filed by the father in a religious conversion case of one Dr. Hadiya (previously Akhila). The father had claimed that he had not been able to contact his daughter in a month. Why did the Court dismiss his plea? Find out here.

Kerala govt moves SC claiming Centre interfering in its power to regulate finances

The Kerala government has approached the Supreme Court against the Centre’s alleged interference with its power to borrow and regulate its own finances, contending that it has caused huge arrears by...

"May lead to political violence, hatred; seeks to polarize voters": Kerala High Court PIL against 26 opposition parties' use of 'I.N.D.I.A'

A public interest litigation petition has been filed before the Kerala High Court to restrain the political alliance consisting of 26 opposition parties from using the acronym I.N.D.I.A (Indian Nation...

"Another mother should not be forced to approach us like this," Kerala High Court says, in Death from Shawarma case

Hearing a mother who lost her 16-year-old child after the child consumed popular Lebanese dish Shawarma, the Kerala High Court has ordered for Food Safety and Standard Authority of India’s (FSSAI) ...

Kerala files plea in Supreme Court challenging inordinate delay in assenting Bills

Kerala government challenges Governor's delay in assenting Bills in Supreme Court, citing democratic values and justice. Learn about the pending Bills and their impact.

Supreme Court can't render itself dysfunctional by hearing everything: CJI

The Chief Justice of India on Tuesday said that the Supreme Court cannot render itself dysfunctional by hearing all big and small matters as there could be thousands of matters in country which could ...

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