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       HEADLINES: Special trains from Ernakulam to Chennai and Bengaluru                                              Medical college bribery: BJP in lickety-split to find source of report leak                                              Medical college bribery: There was demand for NRI seat also                                              BJP mouthpiece demands NIA probe into medical college bribery issue                                              MLA being questioned, He called housewife 900 times in five months                                              Army jawan killed in ceasefire violation by Pak Army                                              Smriti Irani mocks Rahul Gandhi for taking dig at Centre                                              Critical deficiency in supply of ammunition to Army: CAG                                              Kashmir would become Syria if US intervenes: Mehbooba Mufti                                              Britain's SC gets first woman president                                              Baghdadi still alive: US Defence Secretary                                              16 Afghan police killed in US strike                                              Engage in direct dialogue: Pentagon tells China, India                                              Doval's visit key to ease Sikkim standoff: Chinese analyst                                              WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet: Mithali                                              Eyeing spot in British Open, Aditi adds solid 68 to lie sixth                                              Vardhan bags 2nd Challenger title, defeat for 4 others                                              BCCI to reward Rs 50 lakh each to Mithali & Co.                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Pinarayi writes to Modi on DU admission problems being faced by students    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan wrote letters to both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar in which he expressed his concern over students from his state facing discrimination while applying for admission to Delhi University (DU).

         Hashish oil seized, two arrested at Adimaly    
IDUKKI: The narcotic special squad, Adimaly, seized 600 grams of hashish oil and arrested two persons at Murickassery. The arrested were Areekunnel Babu, 40, and his brother Sajeev, 36, both residents of Chinnar Nirappu.

         Bodies of youths recovered    
KALPETTA: The bodies of two of the four youths who drowned in the Banasurasagar reservoir on Sunday were recovered on Wednesday morning. The Padinharethara police identified the bodies as that of Melvin, 34, son of Mathew of Manithodi at Chembukkadavu, near Thusharagiri, in Kozhikode, and Wilson, 47, of Padinharekudiyil at Zinkhona, near Thariyodu.

         Student electrocuted    
KANNUR: A school student was electrocuted when he accidentally came into contact with a broken live electric line near his school at Peringathur here on Wednesday.

         Demonetisation has crippled funding for left wing extremism    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy said that demonetisation has completely crippled thousands of crores of money, which was going to the Left Wing Extremists affected areas.

         Boy killed after slab falls on him    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An eight-year-old boy was killed after a kitchen slab fell on him at his house in Malayinkeezhu on Tuesday. According to the police, the dead has been identified as Kiran Kumar, who hailed from Nalamkallu in Vilavoorkal.

         Protester attacks man    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An ongoing protest against launching an outlet of the Kerala State Beverages Corporation (Bevco) in Vizhinjam took a violent turn on Tuesday with one of the agitators allegedly hacking the person who had rented out a building for the outlet.

         Fire destroys top floor of building    
KOCHI: The top floor of a multi-storey building at Ponekkara Road near Deshabhimani Junction was completely destroyed after fire broke out on Tuesday evening.

         Bar hotels fined for selling stale food    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A surprise joint inspection by the Excise and Food Safety Departments found that several bar hotels in the capital sold stale food. The quality of liquor retailed is being verified.

         Tipper truck claims one more life    
KOCHI: The safety risk posed by trucks transporting construction materials has once again come into focus with a youth being crushed to death by a speeding tipper truck near Aluva on Monday.

         Youth held    
KOCHI: The Eloor police arrested a youth on charges of abusing a minor. The accused was identified as Jaison, 27, a native of Manjummal. He had allegedly abused the victim, a 17-year-old girl, two months ago after promising to marry her.

         DCP denies allegation    
KOCHI: Yatish Chandra, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Kochi City, denied reports of his brutal assault on women and children who were protesting against the Puthuvype LPG terminal project. In a written explanation given to P Mohana Das, Chairman, State Human Rights Commission, the DCP said the police resorted to forcible removal of only those who blocked the road and that too after multiple warnings.

         Man held for cheating bank customers    
KANHANGAD: A 61-year-old man, charged with duping bank customers of huge sum, was arrested for cheating at least 10 persons here. The man allegedly duped people by assuring them that he would intervene to get the loans they have availed themselves of fully written-off.

         Man shoots at son    
IDUKKI: A man shot at his elder son with a country gun at their house at Suryanelly. The injured, Binu, has been admitted to a hospital in Ernakulam, said the Santhanpara police. Binu reportedly quarrelled with the wife of his younger brother.

         Minister warns of action against erring hotels    
THRISSUR: Licence of hotels and restaurants, which fail to set up waste management system before September 15, will be cancelled, Minister for Local Administration K T Jaleel has said.

         One held with 16 kg of ganja    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The mounting surveillance against ganja trade achieved a major breakthrough with the city police apprehending a Tamil Nadu native with possession of 16 kg of ganja in the city.

         Illegal constructions removed    
KASARGOD: Revenue officials removed illegal constructions at Chooripallam-Palathadukka, near Badiadukka, on government land. On receiving green signal from Collector K Jeevanbabu, a team of officials led by Kasaragod additional tahsildar E. Kunhikannan removed illegal structures using excavators in the locality, about 20 km from Kasaragod close to the Cherkala-Badiadukka road, a senior official said.

         Fisherman missing after boat capsizes in sea    
KASARAGOD: A 60-year-old fisherman was missing after a boat capsized in strong waves in the sea off the Pallikkare beach near Bekal early on Wednesday. He was identified as Kottan, son of Madhavan, a resident of nearby Thrikkannad.

         Woman, son arrested on charge of theft of ATM card    
KOCHI: The Aluva police on Wednesday arrested a 46-year-old woman and her son on charge of stealing an ATM card and using it to make purchases worth Rs 9 lakh.

         Couple found dead    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A couple allegedly hanged themselves inside their house at Mannanthala in the early hours of Wednesday. The dead are Vineesh (31) and Suchitra (29).

         Woman, son found dead in well    
THRISSUR: A woman and her six-year-old son were found dead in a well at Kunnamkulam on Tuesday. The deceased were Prema, 45, daughter of Thami of Kunnamkulam and her son Suprin. The police suspect that the woman jumped with the child into the well.

         Bail plea hearing adjourned    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Tuesday adjourned to next week the hearing on a bail petition filed by Manikandan, an accused who has been in jail since his arrest in February in the connection with the case relating to sexual assault on the actor.

         Plea for CBI probe led to Dileep’s arrest: MLA    
KANHANGAD: P T Thomas, MLA, said that his persistent plea to institute a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe to expose the conspiracy in the abduction and assault on an actor in Kochi eventually paved the way for the arrest of actor Dileep.

         Violence at Sulthan Bathery College    
KALPETTA: A group of students and outsiders, suspected to be Students Federation of India (SFI) workers and their sympathizers, went on a rampage at Donbosco College at Sulthan Bathery in Wayanad.

         Burglars loot temple jewellery    
KASARAGOD: Burglars broke into Sri Shankara Narayana Temple at nearby Shiriya and decamped with temple jewellery estimated to cost Rs 7 lakh. The burglary was noticed by chief priest Naveen Bhat and his assistant Ashokan who reached the temple at 5.45 am on Sunday to perform pujas.

         Excise officers injured in attack    
KOLLAM: Two Excise officers were injured when an alleged ganja peddler bit them at the Shakthikulangara fishing harbour complex in the city Sunday morning. The peddler, identified as Sajeevan, 49, was later overpowered and arrested. About 100 small packets of ganja and Rs 2,600 in cash, allegedly earned from peddling, were seized from him.

         Two police officials injured in clash at bar hotel    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kadinamkulam police have launched efforts to apprehend those who were responsible for a clash at a bar hotel that led to two police officers sustaining injuries.

         Gold seized at airport    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Air Intelligence Unit of the Customs Department seized nearly 1.1 kg of gold from two passengers at the airport early Sunday. The passengers had reached the airport here aboard an Air India Express flight from Abu Dhabi.

         Panel to probe Innocent's statement on actresses    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Women's Commission said it would be conducting a probe into Member of Parliament and President of Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) Innocent Vareed Thekkethala's controversial statement on actresses.

         BJP Govt trying to sabotage development attained during Cong rule: Chandrasekharan    
KANNUR: INTUC state president and India's selected delegate to International Labour Organisation (ILO) R Chandrasekharan said that the Modi-led BJP Government was trying to sabotage all the developments and achievements attained by the country during the Congress-led Central Government over the last three years.

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