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       HEADLINES: Hartal today from Chittoor to Kucheripadi                                              Rules violated in child locked up in kennel case                                              DMO goes on leave after abusive words hurled at him                                              Kerala moving towards electricity crisis: Aryadan                                              ‘Moral police’ bash up youth; Probe begins                                              Khem Cho Mr PM? Obama asks Modi                                              Mango crème brulee for Modi at Obama dinner                                              Indian Muslims will fail al-Qaeda: Modi                                              Search for missing flight MH370 to resume                                              Sania-Saketh win mixed doubles gold; India maintain 9th place                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Police man collapses, dies during police meet    
THRISSUR: A policeman collapsed and died while he was taking part in the 10-km walking race in the police meet on Tuesday. The dead officer was a native of Ernakulam Paravur and a member of Thrissur-Ramavarmapuram KAP first battalion, George Vincent (30).

         Media impleaded in court reporting case    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court directed to implead the print and visual medias of Malayalam in the case connected to the reporting of judges statements in open courts. The court granted three weeks’ time to submit a counter affidavit.

         ‘Moral police’ bash up youth; Probe begins    
KANNUR: Payyannur police have started the probe into the incident in which a few goons who appeared to be moral police beat a youth to pulp.

         Kerala moving towards electricity crisis: Aryadan    
ALAPPUZHA: Electricity Minister Aryadan Muhammed has said that a big electricity crisis is looming large in the State. “Since the amount of rain was less in the current year, there is 20 % decrease in dam water levels. Last year in the corresponding month there was 96 % of water in the dam,” said the minister after inaugurating 220 kV substation in Punnapra.

         Child in kennel: DPI orders closure of school    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An order was passed to close the Jawahar English Medium School at Pathirappally near Kudappanakkunnu where a UKG students was locked up in the kennel.

         DMO goes on leave after abusive words hurled at him    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Action was not taken against leaders owing allegiance to the ruling front who hurled abusive words at the DMO even after a complaint was lodged. In the meanwhile, he has gone on leave. A team led by NGO association leader barged into his office and hurled abusive words at him.

         Rules violated in child locked up in kennel case    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Locking up a UKG student in the kennel of the school is violation of rules, the report said. The report of the education department secretary said locking the student in the kennel by the principal for five hours without considering the child’s age is violation of rules.

         Sudheeran raps CPM for backing Jayalalithaa    
KOTTAYAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has said that CPM going to "corrupt" former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha's house and offering to make her the chief minister of the Third front showed the party's political bankruptcy.

         Hartal today from Chittoor to Kucheripadi    
ERNAKULAM:Pachalam Janakeeya Melpalam Samarakshana samithy has called for hartal in regions from Chittoor to Kucheripadi in the Ernakulam district on Tuesday.

         Unclaimed gold found in Dubai flight    
NEDUMBASSERY: About 2 kilogram gold was found inside a flight on Monday with no one coming forward to claim it. The gold, which comprised two gold biscuits, each weighing a kilogram, was found inside the toilet of a Spicejet flight that had arrived at Nedumbassery from Dubai early morning.

         Nandini’s death was murder, say police    
RAMAPURAM: Police have said that they are closing in on the conclusion that the death of one Nandini (52) from Kanjirathum kunnel was a murder. The murder angle was given to the death after the Electrical Inspectorate officer visited her house and clarified that the fire was not due to short circuit as suspected earlier.

         Principal held for locking up UKG student in kennel    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A UKG student has been allegedly locked up in a dog kennel within the premises of a private school in the capital city on the charge of speaking to his classmate. The principal of the private school at Pathirappali, near Kudappanakunnu, was taken into custody following a protest by parents and a large number of local people in front of the school Monday.

         Chandy will also have the same fate as Jayalalithaa, says VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will also have the same fate as that of Tamil Nadu former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, said opposition leader V S Achuthanandan.

         PSC decides to re-regularise SI rank list    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Public Service Commission (PSC) has decided to re-regularise the SI rank list in line with the high court instruction. The PSC has also decided against moving the Supreme Court in this regard.

         Rs 33 crores expected after Sudheeran’s Yatra    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The congress of the state is expecting to collect an amount of Rs 33 crores after KPCC chief V M Sudheeran completes his Janapaksha Yatra. The amount will directly go for the party functioning fund. Sudheeran would embark on a Janapaksha Yatra from November 4 from Manjeswaram in Kasargod.

         Kerala police has no role in headgear incident, says Chennithala    
KOTTAYAM: The state police have no role in the incident in which Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was presented a ceremonial headgear by a murder accused, said Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala.

         SC nod for Munnar tribunal to function    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Monday rejected landowners’ plea seeking to stop the functioning of the Munnar tribunal.The landowners pleapointed out that the tribunal has no right to intervene in solving private disputes. However, the apex court rejected their argument. The court directed to send a notice to the Kerala government in the case.

         Chennithala has the same mindset of RSS, says Pinarayi    
KANNUR: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has the same mindset of the RSS, and that is why the Manoj murder case was handed over to the CBI, CPM state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan told reporters in the district.

         KPCC unable to stop open statements, says Shanimol    
THIRUVANANTHAPUIRAM: Former AICC secretary Shanimol Usman sent a letter to the high command against the open statements of the congress. Open statements are weakening the government and the KPCC is inept to put an end to it. Many think the open statements of leaders are with the support of the KPCC, she said.

         CBI to take over Manoj murder case    
NEW DELHI: The CBI will take over the murder case of E Manoj, a RSS activist, hacked to death in Kannur early this month. CBI director Renjith Sinha has sent the concerned letter to the union personal ministry.

         Those who received title deeds from Sonia still landless    
KOCHI: Those people who had received title deeds from Congress President Sonia Gandhi as part of the Kerala government’s Zero landless scheme are still landless. In the land deed mela held last year, 22000 people from different taluks in different districts had taken part.

         427 subjected to sexual abuse over seven months    
KOTTAYAM: As many as 427 children were subjected to sexual abuse over the past seven months, according to Crime Records Bureau’s statistics. Most of these incidents lead to the murder of the victims.

         Three die in vehicle accident    
ATTINGAL: Three persons died in separate road accidents in Attingal, Venjaramoodu and Nedumangadu on Saturday. The accident happened at Chathampara (Attingal), Keezhayikkonam (Venjaramoodu) and Thekkady near Vembayam.

         Rajnath Singh Offers Prayers at Padmanabhaswamy Temple    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today offered prayers at the famous Sree Padmanabha swamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram.Singh spent about 45 minutes in the temple. He was accompanied by former BJP State President P K Krishnadas and local leaders.

         Lakhs flock to Amrithapuri to celebrate Amma’s b’day    
AMRITHAPURI: Lakhs of devotees converged at Amrithapuri to celebrate the 61th birthday anniversary of Mata Amritanandamayi on Saturday. The birthday celebrations started at 9 in the morning with 23 mutt vice-chairman Amritaswaroopanandapuri leading pada puja (worshipping the feet).

         Jumbo subjected to 4-day torture, just for mahout’s mistake    
MULLAPALLY: In a heartrending case of man’s cruelty towards animals, an elephant was found in an embarrassing and painful situation at Kanjirathungal, Aanikkad.

         CBI probe soon in Kathiroor murder case, says Rajnath Singh    
KANNUR: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday said a CBI probe in the murder case of RSS activist E Manoj will be announced soon. Talking to reporters after visiting the family of Manoj, he told reporters that political killings are seen seriously.

         Cost cutting: Minister, aides put off foreign tour    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the government has placed restrictions on ministers making foreign trips, Minister K C Joseph and his aides have put off their tour to England. The trip was scheduled for November 8 to 15 and a notification was also issued in this regard.

         Joyce George withdraws strike    
KOCHI: The indefinite strike staged by MP Joyce George for the past five days in front of Neriyamangalam forest range office has been withdrawn. The strike was staged in protest against the demolition of the culvert of the roads leading to the adivasi huts.

         All set for Mata Amritanandamayi's birthday    
KOLLAM: Mata Amritanandamayi's followers have arrived at her ashram here from all over the world to take part in her 61st birthday celebrations that begin Saturday.

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