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         Jishnu case: SIT continues to collect students’ statements    
THRISSUR: The Special Investigation Team (SIT), led by Kiran Narayanan, has been collecting statements from students of Nehru College of Engineering and Research Centre, Pampady, in connection with death of Jishnu Pranoy who committed suicide in the college hostel recently.

         MT firm on demonetisation stand    
KOZHIKODE: Without budging an inch from his earlier stance, Jnanpith Award winner M T Vasudevan Nair has said that the currency crunch induced by the Centre’s demonetisation policy remains unresolved. “I, like many others, do not know what plastic money is,” the octogenarian writer remarked when leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala called on him.

         Furnish asset details before Jan 31    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Employees of the General Administration, Law, and Finance Departments, ranging from last grade to special secretaries, including those on deputation, who were unable to furnish their statement of assets within January 15 should file it online before January 31, a release said here on Tuesday.

         Probe launched in assault case    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vellarada police have registered a case in connection with the alleged attack on two persons by an unidentified gang.

         Keralite found dead in Mumbai    
MUMBAI: The Chembur police have registered a murder case against an unidentified person after a 34-year-old jeweller from Kerala was found dead inside a hotel room in Chembur. Preliminary investigations have revealed that the victim, identified as S Satish from Kerala, struggled before being hanged from the ceiling fan, said a police officer.

         Five accused in attack case surrender    
KOCHI: Five persons accused of assaulting three members of a Dalit family at HMT colony surrendered before the Kalamassery police on Monday. The accused have been identified as Binu Poulose, 27, Sunil Kumar, 33, Sharath Kumar, 24, Binu Soman and Praveen, 24.

         TTE held for misbehaving with woman    
KOCHI: The Railway protection Force arrested a Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE) of the Thiruvananthapuram-bound Maveli Express on charge of misbehaving with a woman passenger. The arrested has been identified as Naushadh (39), a TTE at the Thiruvananthapuram railway division headquarters.

         Man held for attacking writer    
KOZHIKODE: The police arrested Mithun Babu, a Wayanad native who allegedly manhandled writer Kamal C Chavara at a hotel in Karanthur. The accused was granted bail.

         Three killed in train accidents    
KANNUR: Three members of a family, including two women and a child were killed while crossing the railway track at Punool Pettipalam near Thalassery. According to New Mahe police, the dead were identified as Subaidha (45), Nazeema (55) and two-year-old Ahiyan.

         Gold seized    
KOCHI: Customs sleuths at the Cochin International Airport on Sunday foiled yet another attempt to smuggle gold. They seized yellow metal worth Rs 52.55 lakh from two domestic passengers. Officials said the passengers who were yet to be identified, had arrived by an Air India flight from Mumbai.

         Probe against British national    
KOCHI: The Fort Kochi police have launched a probe into the alleged abduction of a five-year-old boy by his father, a British national. Officials said a case had been registered against James Robert Edward Pierce, 54, who had gone into hiding with his son Samuel since December 31, 2016.

         Parked truck destroyed in fire    
KOCHI: A container truck was destroyed in a fire that broke out at Cheranalloor on Container Road on Sunday. Preliminary probe revealed the vehicle, parked on the roadside, got charred by the fire that spread from the dry grass nearby.

         Sloganeering in Sabarimala as police play truant    
SABARIMALA: Hundreds of devout Sabarimala pilgrims resorted to sloganeering to express their anger after police prevented them from viewing the celestial light. The light appeared on the horizon thrice on Saturday evening from near the famed temple's immediate premises.

         Man dies in accident    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 53-year-old man died in an accident after the bike he was riding collided with another bike at Killi near Kattakada Saturday morning. The dead identified as Vijaya Kumar, a resident of Ambady, Ambalathinkala, near Kattakada.

         Youth held for rape    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Parassala police arrested the culprit who had allegedly raped a 65-year-old mentally challenged woman at her residence at Vlanthankra near Parassala the other day.

         Robber flees after staff raise alarm    
KOCHI: An unknown person, who walked into a finance firm with a gun in his hand in broad daylight to rob the branch, ran away from the scene after two women employees raised an alarm. The incident happened at the Kadavanthra branch of Muthoot Finance.

         Ayyappa pilgrim dead    
KANHANGAD: A 32-year-old pilgrim from Kanhangad died of suspected cardiac arrest at Thripayar on Friday. He was returning from Sabarimala after offering prayers at the Lord Ayyappa temple there.

         Boy jumps into well upset at teacher’s chiding    
KASARGOD: Allegedly upset at being reprimanded by his teacher, a Class VIII student of a private school at Paravanadukkam, near here, jumped into a dried up well near the school on Friday. The students of the school later vandalised the institution, accusing the teachers of harassing the students.

         Three-year-old run over by bus    
KOCHI: A three-year-old boy was crushed under the wheels of a bus in front of his mother at Aluva on Friday evening. Fahad, son of Mahin of Pezhakkapilli, Muvattupuzha, had alighted from a KSRTC bus along with his mother and elder brother.

         Body recovered from lake    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The body of a man who jumped from the Veli bridge into the lake on Thursday night was found on Friday morning. The dead was identified as Madhu, 49, of Poonkulam, an employee at the Accountant General’s office.

         Tense situation prevails in Thalassery    
KANNUR: Tension situation prevails in Illathu thazhe near Thalassery, following a clash between CPI (M) and BJP workers, police said. BJP workers called a hartal in Illathu thazhe as a protest to the attack and plying of vehicles are allowed in the hartal.

         Case against woman for ill-treating mother-in-law    
ALAPPUZHA: A 75-year-old woman, Gourikutty Amma, hailing from Haripad, was admitted to Alappuzha Medical College on Thursday after she suffered injuries, said to have been inflicted upon her by her daughter-in-law. Gowrikutty Amma’s son is abroad and has been staying with the daughter-in-law, who reportedly used to ill-treat the aged woman.

         IUML urges to restart Haj camp    
KOZHIKODE: Indian Union Muslim League urged authorities to restart Haj camp from Karippur in Malappuram as 80 per cent of the pilgrims to holy city of Meeca belonged to Malabar region.

         Shifting to cashless economy will be beneficial for public: Goyal    
KOCHI: Pointing out that the shift to the cashless economy would present various benefits to the public, Union Minister of State (independent charge) for Power and Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal said that the shift would also help to keep check on terrorism and corruption.

         Pettah CI suspended    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state police have suspended Station House Officer, Pettah, S Y Suresh on the charge of grave dereliction of duty. Inspector General of Police, Thiruvananthapuram Range, Manoj Abraham, has ordered a departmental inquiry against the circle inspector.

         VHP leader’s car set on fire    
KASARAGOD: Tension prevailed in Bovikkanam near here where the car of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) district working president Vamanachari was set on fire allegedly by a group of DYFI workers in the town late on Wednesday evening.

         Man trampled to death    
KANNUR: A 45-year-old man was trampled to death by a wild elephant near Kelakam in the eastern parts of the district. The dead was identified as P Biju of Narikkadavu, near Kelakam.

         KAAPA slapped on man    
IDUKKI: Kerala Anti-social Activities (prevention) Act (KAAPA) has been imposed on a person who was accused in 10 cases and sent to the Central prison, Thrissur. The accused person is Upputhara Kannikallu Karakkelveettil Sobin, 25.

         HC orders police protection for college, staff    
KOCHI: A division bench of the High Court of Kerala ordered the state police chief to provide protection to the life of students, teachers, and staff of the Nehru College of Engineering and Research Centre, Pambady, and the properties of the institution.

         Bail granted to bribery accused    
KOCHI: The CBI Court granted bail to P K Aneesh Kumar, HR Manager of K K Construction, who was arrested for allegedly bribing officials of the Labour Department, including Deputy Chief Labour Commissioner.

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