Court : Kerala
Decided on : Dec-17-2004
Reported in : AIR2005Ker98; 2005(2)ESC1392; 2005(1)KLT229
..... treatment as the students of aided and affiliated colleges. denial of such equal opportunity to students of self financing or unaided colleges would certainly violate article 14 of the constitution of india. therefore, we hold that the students of all affiliated colleges whether styled as self financing colleges, unaided private colleges etc. are entitled to the same status and ..... framed under clause 7 of the bye-laws extracted above. it is provided that 'each college affiliated to the kerala university shall have a college union for students duly constituted as prescribed.......' the objectives are'1. objectives:--the objectives of the union shall be-(a) to train the students of the college in the duties, responsibilities and ..... departments under the general guidance of the college/departments' union to achieve the objectives of the union.c) each college union and the departments' union shall have a 'constitution' as prescribed by the syndicate.'clause 8 dealing with general council reads as follows:--'8. general councili) the general council shall consist of councillors to the university union ..... rights of the citizenship;(b) to promote opportunities for the development of character, leadership, efficiency, knowledge and spirit of service among students;(c) to organise debates, seminars, work squads, touring parties .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Apr-07-2004
Reported in : 2004(3)KLT1025
..... , in this case, to approach the family court here, rather than invoking the extraordinary jurisdiction vested in this court under art. 226 of the constitution of india.9. this is not the first occasion when this court is facing with the claim of custody of children by the parents, in habeas corpus ..... parents. so, this is a case where we find that this court can certainly exercise jurisdiction vested in it under art. 226 of the constitution of india with respect to the issuance of a writ of habeas corpus, which the petitioner seeks for.14. a writ of habeas corpus will be ..... of any material to show that such welfare is in jeopardy, this court ought not to exercise its power under art. 32 of the. constitution.'meaning thereby, that based on materials and considering the welfare of the child, the court can exercise writ jurisdiction even in limited circumstances. in this ..... up. unfortunately, the second respondent lost his employment in texas. he had to seek another employment. anyhow, both of them with their children, visited india and came to kozhikode where the second respondent did have his roots. while so, according to the petitioner, there was again ill-treatment from the part ..... united states. in such circumstances, having come to india as a visitor, the second respondent should not have stayed for long in india, merely because, he is having his roots in india. he ought to have gone to his native country, where he holds a citizenship, along with the children, to face the proceeding .....Tag this Judgment!