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         Police dismiss allegations of custodial torture    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The city police have prima facie ruled out the allegations of custodial torture meted out to a youth arrested for suspected matricide.

         One held for murder attempt    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:A 36-year-old man was arrested by the Vanchiyoor police for alleged attempt to murder another person. The police identified the accused as Reji of Chirakulam colony in Vanchiyoor.

         Netaji statue in capital to be repainted    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The city Corporation will take steps to repaint the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose statue near PMG Junction in its original colours.

         Ketamine seized    
KOCHI: Personnel of the Customs Department have seized 1,803 grams of psychotropic substance ketamine from the Air Cargo Complex in Thiruvananthapuram.

         Jawan hospitalised with injuries    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A jawan of the Bihar regiment at the Pangode military camp was admitted to the Medical College hospital here on Wednesday night with severe injuries, following an alleged suicide attempt.

         SDPI leader held    
KOCHI: V K Shaukat Ali, SDPI leader and convenor of the Muslim Ekopana Samithi, was detained by the Ernakulam Central Police on Wednesday in connection with a case of indulging in violence during a march organised by the samithi to the High Court on May 29 last year. A

         11 nursing students suffer food poisoning    
KANHANGAD: Eleven students of the Government Nursing School here were hospitalised on Wednesday after they complained of symptoms of food poisoning.

         RSS local leader joins CPM    
KANNUR: RSS local leader C V Subah from Pinarayi joined CPI (M). Subah said the main reason for leaving RSS was that there was ''no democracy'' and the organisation followed ''fascism style".

         Woman killed in LPG cylinder explosion    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 42-year-old woman was burnt alive when an LPG cylinder exploded near Balaramapuram. The dead has been identified as Deepa, who hailed from Vazhimukku.

         IS case: NIA gets custody of five    
KOCHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has got the custody of five persons from Kannur who allegedly attempted to join the Islamic State (IS).

         Three more held in molestation case    
ALAPPUZHA: The police arrested three more persons, including a probationary sub-inspector, in connection with the alleged molestation of a minor girl.

         Universities to be more vigilant in discharging this responsibilities: Pinarayi    
KOCHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that universities and other educational institutions should be more vigilant in discharging their responsibilities like conducting examinations, evaluations and declaring results.

         Sub inspector suspended    
KOCHI: A sub inspector, formerly attached to the Kochi city shadow police wing, has been suspended pending inquiry on charges of framing a youngster in a drug peddling case.

         Missing boy found    
KOCHI: A Plus Two student, who went missing from Kochi this month, was brought back on Monday. The boy was traced to Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.

         Woman attacked, gold burgled    
KANHANGAD: Unidentified people burgled 9.5 kg of gold ornaments and Rs 38,000 in cash from a house at Velashwaram here on Monday.

         Pinarayi condemns centre's move to issue Orange passport for 'labour class'    
NEW DELHI: Joining the bandwagon opposing the Ministry of External Affairs decision to introduce 'Orange' passport to migrant workers, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan lashed out at the Centre and said such move will create an embarrassing situation for a vast section of people.

         Govt urged not to delay Ockhi relief    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Regional Latin Catholic Council (KRLCC) president and Thiruvananthapuram Archbishop (Latin rite) Soosa Pakiam M has urged the government not to delay the rehabilitation package and other benefits that have been announced for the families of the Ockhi victims.

         Ammannur award for Girish Karnad    
THRISSUR: Film director, actor, and playwright Girish Karnad has been selected for the Ammannur Madhava Chakyar award instituted by the Kerala Sangeeta Nataka Akademi.

         Poovachal Khader chosen for award    
KOZHIKODE: Lyricist Poovachal Khader has been chosen for an award instituted by the Kozhikode-based Prem Nazir Samskarika Vedi in memory of the late actor.

         One more held in twin robbery case    
KOCHI: The police team probing the twin robbery case in Kochi has arrested one more Bangladehi national. The accused has been identified as Shameem, who was arrested from Madiwala in Bengaluru by a police team.

         Three Keralites among crash victims    
THRISSUR: V K Bindulal Babu of Chalakudy and P N Sreenivasan of Thrissur were among the victims of the Pawan Hans helicopter crash in Mumbai on Saturday.

         Probe death of Loya, says Kodiyeri    
ALAPPUZHA: Terming the rift among the top judges of the Supreme Court unprecedented, CPI (M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has demanded a detailed probe into the death of former CBI judge B H Loya.

         Justice Joseph says outside intervention not needed    
KOCHI: Justice Kurian Joseph, one of the four senior Supreme Court judges who recently raised questions on the functioning of the apex court, has said that there is no need for an outside intervention to solve the issue.

         Schemes to tap diaspora investments in state: Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Development Fund and Expatriates Chamber of Commerce are some systems to be set in motion by the government to tap investments of NRKs and ensure their support towards progress of the state, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said.

         Three held on robbery charge    
KOCHI: The Kannamaly police have arrested three persons including a woman in a case in which a youth was tricked into a date and robbed of his valuables last week.

         Two RSS workers held in assault case    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The city police have apprehended two more activists of the RSS in connection with the attack on a CPI (M) worker near Sreekaryam two weeks ago.

         Bus runs over woman’s hand    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 60-year-old woman sustained serious injuries after a bus ran over her hand at Vellayani on Thursday. The city traffic police identified the victim as Geetha of Soman Nagar in Karamana.

         BJP slams CM’s office over conduct of property cases    
KOZHIKODE: BJP leader P K Krishnadas has alleged that the Chief Minister’s office was attempting to get defeated in cases involving 20 estates, with around 40,000 acres in their possession.

         Female devotees to furnish age proof at Sabarimala Temple    
PATHANAMTHITTA: Female devotees will now have to furnish their age proof while visiting Sabarimala Temple, where entry of women aged between 12 and 50 is banned.

         Govt orders school's closure for communal syllabus    
KOCHI: The state government ordered closure of the Peace International School in Ernakulam which has been under scanner for objectionable and non-secular content in the syllabus.

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