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April 21, Saturday 2018 1:12 PM       
       HEADLINES: We have lost a socially-committed editor: Governor                                              K M Mani condoles M S Ravi's demise                                              Kadakampally, Kerala Working Journalist Union condole demise of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor                                              Kathua fake hartal arsonists to face POCSO charges                                              New born baby mauled to death                                              Opposition's five charges against CJI Dipak Misra                                              Jaitley terms impeachment motion against CJI a 'revenge petition'                                              Impeachment motion against CJI a political move: Constitution expert                                              Cuba marks end of era as Castro hands over power                                              PM Modi should pay more attention to women safety: IMF chief                                              Sheikh Hasina makes it to Time's list of 100 most influential people                                              Ships don't want to stop at Chinese run Hambantota                                              Cricket Australia to name Lehmann's replacement before UK tour                                              ECB proposes new 100-ball format of cricket                                              World Cup of tennis in one week is horrible idea: Anand Amritraj                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         New born baby mauled to death    
KOLLAM: A new born baby was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs and the body was found in the bushes. The three-day-old-body was found at Puthur in Kollam.

         CPM leader gets death penalty for murdering congress ward president    
CHERTHALA: Alappuzha Fast Track Court sentenced to death R Baiju (45), CPM former local secretary for murdering Congress ward president K S Divakaran (56).

         Tributes pour in for M S Ravi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Heartfelt tributes are being paid to Kerala Kaumudi chief editor and managing director M S Ravi, who passed away Friday afternoon. People from all walks of life are paying homage to the chief editor whose body is kept at his house in Pettah.

         Kathua fake hartal arsonists to face POCSO charges    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:Hartal supporters who destroyed public property and attacked temples and private shops on the fake hartal day in the name of Kathua incident may now face POCSO charges. The home ministry has ordered for such tough action for using the rape victim's name and photo for exhorting people to observe hartal on April 16.

         Kadakampally, Kerala Working Journalist Union condole demise of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor    
Minister Kadakampally Surendran in his condolence message has said that Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi was active in socio-cultural scene even when he was heading the newspaper. "I have lost a friend who was close to me and my family. He left his imprint on whichever field he entered. This sudden death is a loss to media field as well as socio-cultural scenario.

         K M Mani condoles M S Ravi's demise    
"Whom I have lost with the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor was a good friend. He was a silent presence in his family. Decades-long relationship, I have with his family. History will remember his contribution in the field of journalism and newspaper management," Kerala Congress (M) leader said in his condolence message.

         We have lost a socially-committed editor: Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor Justice P Sathasivam has expressed his deep sorrow over the unexpected death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi. “Ravi was an editor who worked sincerely for the progress of socially backward classes. He was careful about upholding media ethics and justice,” he said.

         M S Ravi took Kerala Kaumudi to prestigious heights: Achuthanandan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Veteran CPM leader V S Achuthanandan has said the late Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi played a decisive role in taking Kerala Kaumudi’s legacy and good reputation to glorious heights. “Ravi raised his voice against socially backward classes and at the same time ensured that the rich tradition of the paper didn’t get maligned. He upheld his social responsibility even at a time when the way of journalism was changing. His unexpected death is great loss to ordinar

         Sivakumar, Kunhalikutty condole M S Ravi's death    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V S Sivakumar MLA and Kunhalikutty MP have condoled the sudden demise of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi. “Following founder-editor K Sukumaran’s path, MS Ravi became a role model in journalism. He was like my brother and torch-bearer for me,” Sivakumar said.

         M S Ravi modernised Kerala Kaumudi: Food minister    
Expressing deep sorrow over the unexpected demise of Kerala Kaumudi chief editor M S Ravi, Food and Civil Supplies Minister P Thilothaman has said M S Ravi had followed the path of his father and chief editor M Sukumaran, who had fostered Kerala Kaumudi as the voice of lower class people.

         M S Ravi was a gentle face in journalism: Pannyan Raveendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPI Central Secretariat member Pannyan Raveendran has said late Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi was a face of gentleness in the field of journalism “He was a person who always took a favourable stand towards fights for the rights of poor people. His social responsibility in the field of journalism was an inspiration for progressive institutions,” he added.

         Varappuzha custodial death: SI Deepak arrested    
KOCHI: Varappuzha SI G S Deepak was arrested on Friday night under charges of murder in the case related to the custodial death of Varappuzha native Sreejith. He will be produced in the court on Saturday. Earlier, he had been made the fourth accused after finding out that Sreejith was beaten up by him along with others. With this, the total number of arrest becomes four.

         Chennithala expresses deep sorrow over Kerala Kaumudi chief editor’s demise    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has expressed his deep sorrow over the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi.

         We’ve lost bold chief-editor: Hassan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Expressing condolence over the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi, KPCC president M M Hassan said that Kerala has lost one of the boldest chief-editors it has seen. He could make valuable contribution to the journalism field. “I have lost a family friend,” he added.

         Kodiyeri expresses condolence over M S Ravi's death    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has condoled the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi. “M S Ravi, who is the son of Kerala Kaumudi founder editor K Sukumaran, is a conspicuous presence in the socio-cultural scene of Kerala. Ravi, who was also the Kerala Kaumudi chief editor, had won several laurels for his contribution to the media field. I also share the loss of the grieving family members,” he said.

         M S Ravi, a strong link in chain of Kerala Kaumudi chief editors: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has condoled the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi. “M S Ravi was a strong link in the chain of Kerala Kaumudi chief editors. Ravi had done many contributions in the field of journalism and several honours had come his way. He was a lively presence in the socio-cultural arena of Kerala. I also share the grief of bereaved family members,” he said in a statement

         V Muraleedharan condoles demise of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP MP V Muraleedharan has condoled the death of Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi. “M S Ravi’s demise is an irreparable loss to Kerala Kaumudi and Malayalam media. He was a personality who had made his mark in the field of journalism and socio-cultural arena of Kerala.

         Varapuzha custody death: SI Deepak being questioned    
KOCHI: The Special Investigation Team (SIT) is questioning SI Deepak in connection with the custodial death of a youth named Sreejith in Varapuzha.

         Explosives smuggling, bomb making under the guise of quarries    
KANNUR: There are reports that the explosives brought in for the purpose of quarry mining are being used to make bombs in the state.

         Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi passes away    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Kaumudi Chief Editor M S Ravi passed away on Friday afternoon at a private hospital here in Thiruvananthapuram.

         ‘Pregnant’ Shamna went to Chennai: Police    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police have now confirmed that Kilimanoor native Shamna (22), who went missing at the SAT Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram after she came here for a pregnancy test, has been very efficiently tricking her husband and relatives for the past nine months.

         SC approves admission of 10 students in Malabar Medical College    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has approved the admission of 10 out of the 150 students who got admission in the academic year 2016-17 in the Malabar Medical College in Kozhikode district.

         Varapuzha custody death: CI, SI didn’t follow procedures    
KOCHI: It has been found out that there has been serious lapse on the side of Paravoor CI Sam Crispin and Varapuzha SI Deepak 9in connection with the custody death of a youth named Sreejith in Varapuzha.

         Strict instructions to control expenses: Foreign trips only with CM’s permission    
KOCHI: As part of putting a control on the expenses by the government, the Finance Ministry has come out with an order that suggests nine stringent control measures, under the current circumstance of critical financial crunch.

         Ragging: Police yet to trace Dental students    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police have not been able to trace the whereabouts of Vattappara PMS dental college students who ran away from college, fearing ragging.

         CPM worker hacked in Malappuram    
KOZHIKODE: A CPM worker was hacked at Thannur Unnyali in Malappuram on Thursday. Thannur native Akbar, who sustained injuries on his arms and both legs have been admitted to Kottayam Medical College.

         Sreejith’s death: Medical board confirms custodial torture    
KOCHI: The Medical Board has confirmed that Varappuzha native Sreejith died due to custodial torture. He died due to a severe injury in the small intestine. Medical board came to the conclusion on Thursday that he sustained injuries in police custody. Meanwhile, three policemen arrested in the case were produced before Paravur Judicial First Class Magistrate and remanded. They gave the statement that they are innocent and they picked up Sreejith, obeying the orders of senior police officer

         Malayali accident victim in UAE gets Rs Two crore compensation    
DUBAI: A Malayali youth who got injured in UAE was awarded a compensation of 11 lakh UAE Dirham (around Rs 2 crore ) by a court in the country on Thursday. The youth who received the compensation is Kannur native Abdul Rahman.

         ‘Pregnant’ woman was not pregnant: Doctors    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a bizarre turn of events, doctors who had examined Shamna - the ‘pregnant’ woman who had gone missing from Thiruvananthapuram SAT hospital on Tuesday but was found on Wednesday - have confirmed that she was not pregnant.

         K Surendran shows CM the route to Sreejith's house    
“I know you have a rock-hard heart and you don’t have conscience at all. Nevertheless, you should do this at least to convince the general public,” – this sentence was written on his Facebook page by BJP leader K Surendran, addressing Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. He requests the chief minister to visit the house of Sreejith, who died in Varappuzha police custody due to custodial torture.

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