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Sex racket case: appeal admitted

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HIGH COURTROUND-UP

Kochi: Justice J.M. James on Thursday admitted an appeal filed by K. Ajitha, President, Women's Counselling Centre, Kozhikode against the Kozhikode Additional Sessions Court verdict acquitting all the 16 accused in the ice-cream parlour sex scandal case.

The judge also directed that the records of the cases be produced before the court. In the appeal, Ms Ajitha alleged that trial in the case was not fair. The witnesses were influenced to turn hostile, she contended.

Smart City project

The Election Commission has informed a Division Bench of the Kerala High Court that allowing the State Government to execute the agreement for establishing Smart City Project after the announcement of elections amounted to announcement of financial grant and promises.

In a statement field before the Bench, the Election Commission said announcements of projects and execution of agreement were not permissible under the Model Code of Conduct.

The statement was filed in response to a writ petition seeking a directive to the Election Commission to allow the State Government to execute the agreement for setting up the Smart City Project. The Election Commission said that by directing the State Government to defer the execution of the agreement till elections were over, the commission was not interfering with the day-to-day activities of the State Government.

Order for affiliation

A Bench comprising Justice V.K. Bali and Justice J. B.Koshy has held that the Mahatma Gandhi University was bound to give permanent affiliation to the self-financing medical college run by the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Medical Mission, Kolenchery.

Prawn-peeling units

The Bench ordered that prawn-peeling units in Aroor-Chandiroor areas in Cherthala would be allowed to function only after getting the clearance certificate from the Board to the effect that the units did not cause environmental problems.

Removal of names

M.V. Govindan, Talipparambu MLA and Kannur district secretary of the CPI (M), and E.P. Jayarajan, CPI (M) leader, have filed a writ petition against the proceedings initiated by the tahsildars of Talipparambu and Kannur for removing their names from the voters list.

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