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June 22, Friday 2018 12:27 PM       
       HEADLINES: Cheriyan Philip to be Mission coordinator                                              Chengannur by-election: Congress man arrested for spreading controversial phone message                                              Collector seeks legal advice on demolishing check dams                                              Keralites jailed for cyanide poisoning                                              No one should try to hijack yoga, says CM                                              Yoga powerful unifying force in strife-torn world, says Modi                                              Swaraj, Sitharaman to visit US for 1st 2+2 dialogue                                              HC asks for details of physiotherapy facilities in Tihar Jail                                              Lanka thanks PM Modi for grants to run free ambulance service                                              Pak steps up security prior to assembly elections                                              Kidambi Srikanth named Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year                                              Ronaldo aging like 'port wine' at fourth World Cup                                              Pressure on Messi against Croatia after Ronaldo scores again                                              FIFA WC: Mbappe's goal takes France into knockout stages                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Samprasad David wins award for best sports reporting    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Kaumudi sub-editor Sam Prasad David has won the best Sports Reporter award, instituted by Thiruvananthapuram Press Club and Olympic Association on the occasion of World Olympics day. Sam was chosen for the award after considering his various sports reports that appeared on Kerala Kaumudi daily. Sam is the son of Kottayam Thalayolaparambu Neerpara Kannipara natives Samuel David and Eliamma Samuel.

 
         Karinchola landslide: Check dam’s owner identified    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The owner of the illegal check dam that turned out be the reason for landslides in Kozhikode has been identified. The dam was built at the place owned by Malappuram Meleputhur resident Beeran Haji. He had built the dam on the 10-acre land each he bought from four persons five years ago.

 
         Heavy rain: Holiday for schools in Ernakulam    
 
 
KOCHI: Ernakulam collector has declared holiday for all schools in Ernakulam on Friday, following heavy rains. The holiday is also applicable to schools under CBSE-KCSE boards and Kendriya Vidyalaya. The school will remain open on Saturday as per the instruction of Education Deputy Director. However, there is no holiday for colleges and professional colleges.

 
         Loan scam: Bail for Peelianickal    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: Ramankary First Class court has given conditional bail to Fr Thomas Peelianickal, who was arrested on Wednesday in connection with Agriculture loan scam. He will have to be present before investigation officers every Monday and he should not get involved in other cases.

 
         Servitude in Police force: Departmental inquiry against SAP Deputy Commandant    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It has been found in the investigation that SAP Camp deputy commandant P V Raju used the Camp Followers to do household jobs in his house. Battalion IG E J Jayaraj submitted a report to ADGP Anandakrishnan on Thursday, seeking departmental action against Raju.

 
         Isn’t formation of RTF in Aluva unlawful, asks HC    
 
 
KOCHI: The high court on Thursday asked the government whether it was not unlawful for former Aluva Rural SP A V George to have formed Rural Tiger Force at his own discretion.

 
         ADGP Sudesh Kumar comes up with complaint against police driver    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: ADGP Sudesh Kumar has come up with a complaint against his official driver Gavaskar, who had filed a case against his daughter for assaulting him.

 
         Servitude in police force: Fake campaign against senior police officers, says DGP    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Loknath Behera has said that amidst the raging servitude controversy in Police force, certain media groups have been trying to make false campaigns against senior police officers.

 
         Fr Peelianickal removed; Church starts probe    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: Kuttanadu Vikasana Samithi Executive director Fr. Thomas Peelianickal, who has been arrested by the Crime Branch in agricultural land loan fraud, was removed from his post on Thursday. Fr Joesph Kochutharakkal has been given the charge of executive director.

 
         Plantation sector excluded from EFL Act    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has clarified in the Assembly that plantation sector had been completely excluded from the Ecologically Fragile Lands act.

 
         No point in searching Jesna in forest: Court censures govt    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala high court has criticised the high court in connection with the disappearance of Jesna. “There is no point in searching for here and there. There is no use in combing forests and other places. The investigation should close in on the lead,” the high court criticised.

 
         Don’t arrest Gavaskar over ADGP’s daughter’s complaint: HC    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala high court has asked the police not to arrest till July 4 Police driver and Nedumangadu Aryanadu native Gavaskar based on the complaint of ADGP Sudesh Kumar’s daughter Snighdha. The court gave this order while considering his petition seeking to quash the case, citing that the counter-case she filed against him was fake.

 
         No one should try to hijack yoga, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Yoga is not a ritual of any religion and some are trying to hijack it in that way, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

 
         Participatory pension plan will be reviewed, says FM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The participatory pension plan of government employees will be reviewed, Finance Minister Dr Thomas Isaac said in the assembly. The consequences that happened after withdrawing from the announced project is quite natural.

 
         Keralites jailed for cyanide poisoning    
 
 
MELBOURNE: A Melbourne woman and her former lover have each been jailed more than 20 years for fatally poisoning her husband with cyanide.

 
         Collector seeks legal advice on demolishing check dams    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: The Malappuram district collector sought legal advice on demolishing the check dam constructed at Cheenkannipala in Kakkadampoyil owned by P V Anwar MLA.

 
         Chengannur by-election: Congress man arrested for spreading controversial phone message    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: A Congress worker was arrested on Wednesday for spreading a phone message that gave the impression that Kerala Congress M coucillor sought votes for the Left candidate. The arrested person is former councillor and Puthen kavu native J S K Geroge. He was arrested based on the complaint given by former corporation chairman Vatamma Abraham. On the eve of election Valsamma was called from an anonymous number and it was later leaked. When this become a controversy, she lost her C

 
         Cheriyan Philip to be Mission coordinator    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet that met today, decided to make Left co-traveller the mission coordinator. He will be the mission co-ordinator for Haritha Keralam, Adram, Public Education protection venture and Life. The cabinet also decided to form a special company under Finance department to distribute Social security pension without hassles. State government will fund the company for distributing pension.

 
         48,937 get qualified for Medical studies; Capital shines    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As many as 48,937 have become qualified for studying Medicine and related courses. Out of that 36,398 are girls and 12,539 are boys.

 
         Farmer dies in jumbo attack    
 
 
PALAKKAD: A farmer died on Wednesday after a wild elephant attacked him. The dead has been identified as Palakkad Mundoor Valekkadu native Prabhakaran.

 
         Jesna’s case: Brother seeks CBI inquiry    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Kottayam Mukkoottuthara native Jesna Maria James’ brother has moved Kerala high court, seeking a CBI inquiry into the disappearance of her sister.

 
         Moral policing:Body of youth found on railway track    
 
 
KOLLAM: A youth who was humiliated by his uncle in the name of moral policing was found dead with his head severed on a railway track on Wednesday.

 
         Jess Maria bags first rank in Medical Entrance; Amal is engineering first rank holder    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In this academic year’s Medical Entrance test, Ernakulam native Jess Maria Benny bagged the first rank and in the Engineering category, Amal Mathew emerged the topper.

 
         Servitude in Police force: Probe against P V Raju    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Loknath Behera has ordered a departmental inquiry against SAP Camp Deputy commandant P V Raju in connection with the practise of sending Camp Followers to do menial jobs in houses of top police officers. Battalion IG Jayaraj is conducting the inquiry.

 
         Lawyers need not select benches: HC    
 
 
KOCHI: Acting Chief Justice Rishikesh Roy has cancelled the decision for changing the bench of certain high court cases. He said on Wednesday that the practice of lawyers selecting the bench is wrong.

 
         Police driver Gavaskar moves high court    
 
 
KOCHI: Police driver and Nedumangadu Aryanadu native Gavaskar, who was beaten up by ADGP Sudesh Kumar’s daughter over a tiff, on Wednesday approached the high court. In the petition he pleads to court that the counter-complaint filed against him is fake and the case may be cancelled.

 
         Farmer’s loan fraud: Fr Peelianikkal remanded    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: One of the main accused in Farmers’ loan fraud case and Kuttanad Development committee Executive Director Dr Thomas Peeliyanikkal has been remanded in police custody. It was Ramankari court that had remanded Peeliyanikkal for 14 days.

 
         Big comrade in Varappuzha case should be caught: Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said, the ‘big comrade’ who has a role in the custodial death of Varappuzha native Sreejith should be brought to light. At a press conference here on Wednesday, he said it was that big comrade who demanded the arrest of Sreejith.

 
         Sreejith’s is not first custodial death in Kerala: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said Varappuzha native Sreejith’s death is not the first custodial death in Kerala. In the Assembly, he said that there was nothing unusual about the police seeking legal advice on whether or not to make former Aluva Rural SP A V George an accused in the case.

 
         Landslides: Compensation to be given in installments    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Revenue Minister E Chandrasekhar has said that four lakh rupees will be given in two installments to those who have lost their houses in recent landslides in the State. This is for rebuilding their house. Before starting the construction, the first installment will be given from State disaster management response fund. Once 25 per cent of the house is complete, the rest amount will be allotted from the chief minister's relief fund.

 
 
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