Kerala High Court
Kerala Actor Assault Case: Survivor Seeks Transfer Of Case, Says Court Failed To Record Portions Of Her Testimony
In her plea in the high court, the actress alleged that she was aggrieved by the biased and hostile attitude of the trial court hearing her case.
The state government on Thursday submitted that it now had “full and exclusive ownership of the data”.
Finance Minister TM Thomas Isaac said that as per the ordinance, the state government has been empowered to defer 25 per cent of the salary of its employees in the event of a disaster.
The Kerala government argued that COVID-19 had put huge burden on the resources of the state.
A judge asked the Kerala government whether there was any guarantee that the data with Sprinklr would remain confidential.
N Prakash, who worked as a private secretary at the high court, is also a law student.
Owners of the Maradu flats, being demolished this week, were granted interim relief of Rs 25 lakh. Meanwhile, a decade after they were evicted, the Moolampilly evictees continue to face hurdles in rehabilitation.
In an affidavit, police said that the two women had a peaceful “darshan” and none of the devotees, who were at Sabarimala at that point, had any difficulty with them.
The high court said the Kerala government should be able to identify those setting an agenda on Sabarimala.
Activist Rehana Fathima allegedly wrote a Facebook post and put up some pictures which hurt the religious sentiments of Ayyappa devotees.