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       HEADLINES: Premam piracy case: Notice issued to director and producer                                              Immigration officer held in gold smuggling case                                              Aruvikkara: Flaws to be examined, says Sudheeran                                              Murali upset for not naming Nedumbassery airport in Karunakaran’s name                                              Suspicious foreign dhow intercepted off Kerala coast                                              AI passenger reports of insect in his meal, airline left red-faced                                              NIA shifts back Sunil Joshi murder case to MP                                              Foreigners availing Research Visa to undergo strict scrutiny                                              11 killed in shoe factory collapse in China                                              Three soldiers killed in Pakistan blast                                              Russian craft delivers long-awaited cargo to space station                                              Bopanna in second round of mixed doubles at Wimbledon                                              Brilliant McCullum sets T20 Blast record                                              Sania-Martina cruise to third round at Wimbledon                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         ‘Premam’ leak probe in right direction    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The ongoing probe into the alleged leak of the censor copy of the hit Malayalam film Premam is going in the right direction, said the Kerala Police chief.

         Autonomy: Strike at Maharajas College withdrawn    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 52-day-old-strike at Maharaja’s College against granting of autonomy to the college has been withdrawn. They decided to withdraw the strike following the talks held between higher education secretary and the protestors. The government approved some of the demands voiced by them.

         Suspicious foreign dhow intercepted off Kerala coast    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A suspicious foreign fishing 'dhow', seen off the Alappuzha coast, was intercepted by the Coast Guard and brought to Vizhinjam here Sunday. A 12-member crew from Iran who were in the dhow have been taken into custody by Kerala police and are being interrogated.

         Murali upset for not naming Nedumbassery airport in Karunakaran’s name    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K Muraleedharan MLA Sunday said that he is upset for not naming the Nedumbassery Airport after his father K Karunakaran’s name. For the past four years, I’ve been demanding it. He asked the congress leaders of the state to take the initiative and pressure the centre for it.

         Aruvikkara: Flaws to be examined, says Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: If there are any flaws in connection with the Aruvikkara bypolls, then it would be examined, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. Though we won the Aruvikkara bypolls, if any errors found would be accepted and will move forward unitedly after correcting it.

         Immigration officer held in gold smuggling case    
KOCHI: One more immigration officer has been arrested for smuggling gold via Nedumbassery airport. Jeffin K Basheer of Moovattupuzha was arrested from Thrissur A R Camp.

         Premam piracy case: Notice issued to director and producer    
KOCHI: The Anti-Piracy Cell has directed Alphonse Puthren and Anwar Rasheed, the director and producer of Premam, to appear before them in the film’s piracy case. They said that though a complaint via an e-mail was sent the two has not given the necessary evidences to investigate the case. The two will be asked to give an explanation on it and are likely to appear before the cell tomorrow.

         Jagathy reaches sets of Utopiyayile Rajavu    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Jagathy Sreekumar, who has been under treatment after a near fatal accident made a surprise visit to the location of Mammootty film Utopiyayile Rajavu on Saturday.

         Attack against ADM: Adoor Prakash seeks report    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Revenue Minister Adoor Prakash has sought District collector’s report regarding the incident in Peruvanthanam wherein Additional District Magistrate was roughed up by CPI MLA ES Bijimol. “Action will be taken against miscreants based on the report. If TR and T company is in possession of government land, action will be taken against them,” he told media persons.

         UPSC results declared, all top 4 ranks go to women    
NEW DELHI: Dr Renu Raj from Changanassery got the second rank in this year’s Civil Services Examination and eighth rank was won by K Nitheesh. Thus this time, two Malayalis found place in the first ten rank positions.

         Cameraman questioned    
KOCHI: A camera man was today questioned by the police in connection with the circulation of pirated CDs of the film Premam. They are also known to have questioned the staff of the studio where the editing of the film was done. Anti-piracy cell will take evidence from Sensor board members also. Anti-piracy cell recently arrested 11 persons in the raids they conducted in shops that were selling fake CDs of films including ‘Premam’.

         Mammootty against fake ‘Premam’    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the issue regarding the piracy of the film Premam, actor Mammootty today came out to extend his support to its director Alphons Puthran and the whole crew behind the film. The star expressed his support through his official Facebook page.

         Simon Britto’s father dead    
KOCHI: Former MLA Simon Britto’s father Nicholas Rodriguez (90) died on Saturday. The body will be kept for public viewing at his residence in Kochi and he will be laid to rest at Lourde Matha church.

         Corruption behind delaying of school textbook printing: Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPI Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan has said that there is corruption behind delaying of school textbooks printing. “The printing was delayed deliberately. The education department has become the fountainhead of corruption and the State government has been trying to destroy the education sector,” he said.

         CPI not invited to UDF: Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has said that the CPI has not been invited to the UDF. No discussions in this regard were carried out in the UDF. “If any ally in the LDF wants to join the UDF, they should announce that wish publically,” he said.

         Conspiracy behind B Ramachandran’s arrest?    
THRIKKAKARA: There are hints that the arrest of Ernakulam ADM B Ramachandran in bribery case was the outcome of a conspiracy. He is not in the good books of the district’s Congress minister and MLA, it is said.

         Paravur sex scandal: IG Purohit to probe sabotage bid    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: I G Suresh Raj Purohit will probe the findings of the Crime Branch that an attempt has been made to sabotage the Paravur Sex scandal case. DGP T P Senkumar , who had been instructed by Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala to conduct inquiry into the new finding, informed this on Friday.

         Police fire water canon on Yuva Morcha activists    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Secretariat march taken out by BJP’s youth wing Yuva Morcha on Friday turned violent. Two Morcha men got injured in the march held by the Morcha, demanding CBI probe into the bar bribery case involving Finance Minister K M Mani.

         Rs 29 lakh pipe money seized in Malappuram    
MALAPPURAM: Police carried out a massive pipe money hunt in Manjeri. Rs 29.5 lakh pipe money was seized by the Excise sleuths in a raid. Nizaruddhin, a native of Malappuram Vattallur was arrested in this connection. The police has been conducting raids under the name Operation Blue Moon to find out the source of pipe money.

         Will correct mistakes: Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan has said the party will examine the reasons for the Aruvikkara by-poll defeat and will rectify mistakes committed by the oparty, if any.

         South Indian Food Safety Commissioners’ meet on July 21    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The meeting of Food Safety Commissioners and Food Secretaries will be held in Thiruvananthapuram on July 21 to discuss measures to be taken to control the indiscriminate use of poisonous pesticides and fertilisers on vegetables and fruits.

         Bijimol 'manhandles' ADM    
KOTTAYAM: CPI MLA E S Bijimol on Friday lost her temper in a heated argument with Idukki Additional District Magistrate (ADM) and even tried to manhandle him. The incident happened on Friday at 11:30 am in front of the gate of Mundakkayam Peruvanthanam TRT company, where she had picked a quarrel with the ADM.

         ‘Premam’ piracy: Eight arrested    
MANCHERI/THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Crime Branch and Anti-piracy cell has started inquiry against persons who possessed pirated CD of the film Premam and those who uploaded it on the Internet. The crime branch also registered a case on Friday on the basis of the complaint given by film producer Anwar Rasheed to Anti-piracy cell SP Rajpal Meena.

         Mullaperiyar dam: SC notice to Kerala for CISF deployment    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday sought response from the Kerala government on Tamil Nadu's plea that security of Mullaperiyar dam be handed over to CISF.

         School textbooks will be made available on July 20: Minister    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb has informed that school textbooks will reach students by July 20.Out of the 43 lakh textbooks required, the printing of 13 lakh books are already over.

         Aruvikkara verdict not in favour of government: Balakrishna Pillai    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress (B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai has said that Aruvikkara poll verdict was not in favour of the government. As many as 87000 votes were against the government. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy’s method of soliciting votes by provoking the sentiments of minority communities was against ‘dharma’.

         George should apologise to people, stop politics: Kerala Congress    
KOTTAYAM: Chief Whip Thomas Unniyadan had held the stand that if PC George stopped his virtual campaign against the Kerala Congress and UDF and repented on his mistakes, the decision to oust him from the party would be re-examined. However, Kerala Congress leadership today came out to correct this stand, batting for nothing less than his expulsion from the party.

         Stringent action against piracy: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has come out against pirated CD of the new film Premam being circulated in the black market.

         P C George resigns as ACDF chairman    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: P C George said at a press conference on Thursday that he had resigned as the chairman of Anti-Corruption Democratic Front (ACDF). The decision is based on the defeat of the new party in the Aruvikkara by-election.

         Five including Keralites die in Saudi accident    
DHAMAM: Five including two Malayalis from Thiruvananthapuram were killed in an accident in Saudi’s Dammam. The accident happened in Saudi’s Shuaibe. The dead was an employee of a private company in Dammam. The accident occurred when the vehicle in which they were travelling collided with a trailer.

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