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       HEADLINES: Kodiyeri seeks high-level probe in blackmail case                                              Graft demanded for Plus two allotment: MES                                              Cancelling licence of rock quarry: Government asks for more time                                              Pandalam sex scandal: SC rejects bail plea of accused                                              Action against anomaly in MLA hostel incident, if necessary: Speaker                                              Policeman killed in grenade attack in Sopore                                              Situation on LAC peaceful: Army                                              Uttar Pradesh: curfew in Saharanpur, two dead, several vehicles torched                                              Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali                                              Gaza toll reaches 800                                              Pak govt to hand over security of capital to army from Aug 1                                              Jadeja fined 50 per cent, not found guilty of original offence                                              Happy for Sania, but what about my award, asks Saina                                              Bindra clinches gold, Malaika wins silver in shooting                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Jayachandran not arrested from MLA hostel: Police    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Giving a new twist to the arrest episode of blackmail sex scam accused Jayachandran, the police have rejected the allegations that he was picked up from MLA hostel.

         HC orders return of retrieved land in Munnar    
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has ordered the government to return the land retrieved as part of anti-encroachment drive in Munnar resort areas to its owners. It also cancelled acquiring of Abad/ Munnar Woods resort land.

         Vigilance inquiry against Ganesh Kumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A vigilance inquiry has been ordered against former minister K B Ganesh Kumar. The order was issued by Thrissur Vigilance court. The inquiry was ordered based on a complaint that there was corruption in the construction of Thrissur corporation stadium.

         Action against anomaly in MLA hostel incident, if necessary: Speaker    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Speaker G Karthikeyan has said that action will be taken against any anomaly, if it has taken place, in providing accommodation to Blackmail case accused Jayachandran in an MLA hostel room.

         Pandalam sex scandal: SC rejects bail plea of accused    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has rejected the bail plea of the seven accused in the case in which a college girl in Pandalam was sexually abused. The court also has sent a notice to the government seeking their explanation on the appeal filed by the accused against the high court order upholding the punishment ordered by the trail court.

         Cancelling licence of rock quarry: Government asks for more time    
CHENNAI: Kerala Government has filed a petition in court, seeking more time to cancel the licences of rock quarries functioning without the approval of Environment ministry. The government, in the affidavit submitted to the Green Tribunal, has sought one more year’s time.

         Graft demanded for Plus two allotment: MES    
KOZHIKODE: Muslim Education Society (MES) president Fasal Gafoor has alleged that certain persons from the ruling Front had demanded bribe from the society in order to allot new plus two batches to the schools run by it. The incident was also brought to the notice of Muslim League State general secretary.

         Kodiyeri seeks high-level probe in blackmail case    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition deputy leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has demanded a high-level probe into the incident in which Blackmail case accused Jayachandran was arrested from the premises of the MLA hostel.

         Accused in Kochi blackmail case picked up from MLA hostel    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The fifth accused in the Kochi sex blackmail case was arrested by the police on Wednesday night from MLA hostel, where he was hiding out.

         KSRTC to strike on Aug 27, 28    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The employees of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) will observe a 48-hour strike on August 27 and 28. The strike is in protest against the renewal of permit to private buses.

         Councilor slits wrists in front of mayor    
KOZHIKODE: A woman councilor allegedly attempted suicide at the Kozhikode corporation office. Congress councilor C S Sathyabhama tried to commit suicide by slitting her wrist in front of Mayor A K Premajam. Her suicide attempt was against the mayor for not solving the problems of her ward.

         I reached Delhi not for talks on reshuffle, says Chandy    
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said Thursday that he is here not to hold any talks on cabinet reshuffle. I am here to meet five union ministers and two officials and after that will return to the state today itself.

         League is second biggest partner, says Kunhalikutty    
THRISSUR: Muslim League is the second biggest partner of the UDF, said Minister P K Kunhalikutty. If anybody has any doubts on it, can count and see. He said this while reacting to Kerala Congress leader Antony Raju’s statement to make K M Mani the chief minister.

         Son stabs mother to death    
PAYYOLI/THURAYUR: A 25-year-old youth stabbed his mother to death Thursday. The dead has been identified as Aamina (58), wife of late Ahamed of Thurayur. The police have arrested Aamina’s son Noufal following the incident.

         No consent to hike fees in self-financing management seats    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Thursday directed not to hike the fees in self-financing medical-dental management seats. A division bench led by Justice H L Dattu directed to conduct admissions in 50% seats from the government list. Following court directive, the managements withdrew the plea filed seeking a hike in fees.

         One killed after fishing boat capsizes    
KADAKKAVOOR: One person was killed after a fishing boat capsized at Anchuthengu. The dead has been identified as Joy (48) of Pandakasala. Joy along with Sebastian and Rijo ventured into the seat at 6 am Thursday morning.

         Dilip, Manju file divorce pleas    
KOCHI: Film actors Dilip and Manju filed mutual divorce plea at the family court in Ernakulam. Both came with their advocates and filed their divorce pleas. Manju reached the court with her brother Madhu Warrier. The two left after filing their pleas at the magistrate chamber at 9 am Thursday morning.

         House owner can offload construction materials at his own expense: Minister    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Labour Minister Shibu Baby John has informed that loading and unloading domestic goods and construction materials for non-commercial purposes will not come under the purview of labour law. And hence, a house owner can load or unload non-commercial goods including those for construction purposes at his own expense or by arranging labourers for the purpose on his own.

         ‘No’ hike in fees of self-financing medical seats    
NEW DELHI: The government Wednesday informed the Supreme Court that fees in 50% management seats of self-financing medical colleges cannot be hiked. The affidavit produced in the Supreme Court stated that the same fees agreed with the managements could only be charged.

         Mani should be made CM: Antony Raju    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress (M) leader Antony Raju has said that party chairman K M Mani should be made the chief minister, if the aim of the Cabinet-reshuffle is to brighten the image of the government. “Veteran leader Mani very much deserves chief minister’s chair,” he said at a press conference here today.

         Landslide: Worker gets trapped in dam shutter    
KOZHIKODE: Three workers got trapped at the Kakkayam dam site when they went to open dam shutters after the region experienced landslides following heavy rains.

         Dileep, Manju to file mutual divorce petitions    
KOCHI: Film stars Dileep and Manju Warrier, in all likelihood, would file a mutual divorce petition in the near future. As part of this, Dileep would withdraw the divorce petition he had filed in the Ernakulam family court.

         Death of woman: Fake exorcist’s aides held    
KOLLAM: A team led by Karunagapally circle inspector Vidhyadharan Wednesday arrested the two aides of the fake exorcist in connection with the death of a woman. The woman allegedly died due to injuries inflicted by the exorcist engaged by her father to free her from possession of evil spirits in a village near here.

         17 more nurses stranded in Iraq return home    
KOCHI: Seventeen more nurses, who were stranded in Iraq, have arrived in Kochi. The first flight of Jet Airways carried seven nurses and the second Etihad flight from Abu Dhabi carried 10 nurses. Most of them had to leave their respective jobs due to the tense situation prevailing in Iraq.

         Minister falls sick during cabinet meet    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress leader and Minister for Cooperation C N Balakrishnan fell sick Wednesday during the weekly cabinet meeting here.

         Home-alone old woman robbed of gold at sword-point    
THRISSUR: An old woman living alone at Peechi was robbed of 10 sovereign gold at sword-point. The incident happened at the house of Eliamma, the wife of late Peechi Patham kallil Paul’s wife. The robbers included six members and they entered the house after breaking open the house at around 2 pm on Tuesday.

         Delhi visit not to discuss cabinet reshuffle, says Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said Wednesday that his visit to Delhi is not to hold any discussions on the cabinet reshuffle. KPCC chief V M Sudheeran had also made it clear that neither the party nor the UDF have held any discussions on it. I also said the same thing, he said.

         Plus Two: 379 additional batch to be started; 699 batches in total    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet meeting that was held today decided to allow 379 additional plus two batches this academic year. “With this, the total number of plus two batches will become 699,” said the chief minister at a press conference here today.

         Cabinet berth for Ganesh, swearing in August    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even after stiff opposition from ‘I’ Group on cabinet reshuffle, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy is likely to re-induct K B Ganesh Kumar into the government. Chandy, who is leaving for New Delhi Wednesday, may seek permission from the high command for the reshuffle.

         Three of family found dead    
THRISSUR: Three members of a family were found dead at Kodakara. The dead has been identified as Suresh Babu (48), son of Janardhanan, his wife Kumari (38) and daughter Drishya (15). The couple’s son Aadarsh has been admitted at the Jubilee Mission Hospital in a serious condition.

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