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       HEADLINES: Chandrabose: Direct link between DGP & Nisham, says P C George                                              Samvrutha Sunil delivers a baby boy                                              Blackmailing case: Bindya’s gold ornaments missing?                                              Proved that I’ve not used cocaine, says Shine Chacko                                              Party not in a hurry on VS’ issue, says Kodiyeri                                              No telecast of Dec 16 gang rape film in India: BBC                                              JBT scam: HC upholds 10-year jail term of Chautalas                                              No 'bargaining' at AAP meeting: Yadav                                              Yadav, Bhushan were ready to quit but got sacked: AAP leader                                              US envoy to South Korea slashed on face with a razor                                              Facing storm, Clinton seeks release of emails to public                                              Musharraf kept Kayani in dark about Kargil plan                                              Lanka suspends China port city project                                              Bangladesh beat Scotland by six wickets                                              Ashwin plays trouble-shooter after Virat episode                                              I like challenging attacking players like Gayle: Ashwin                                              Ambrose tells Windies pacers to be disciplined against India                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Jacob Job’s phone calls under scanner    
 
THRISSUR: The mobile phone calls of controversial police officer in Nisham case Jacob Job is under scanner. Though an attempt was made by Kerala Kaumudi to contact him over phone, the phone was switched off.

 
         List of seven judges for HC ready    
 
 
KOCHI: The Supreme Court collegium has recognised the list of seven advocates including Advocate Anu Sivaraman, the daughter of former judge V Sivaraman Nair, for the appointment as high court judges.

 
         Biju Ramesh calls meeting; Signs of split in Bar hotel Association?    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Bar owner Biju Ramesh has called a meeting of Kerala Bar Hotel Association office-bearers to discuss issues relating to 418 closed bars. But, they said they had no clue about such a meeting. With this, in the bar bribery issue, speculations are high about a split within the association.

 
         HC disagrees to remove remark against Jail DGP    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala High court has disagreed to remove Single bench’s remark against Jail DGP Sen Kumar in connection with a case in which Actor Kalabhavan Mani had allegedly assaulted Forest Officers. The court observed that Sen Kumar’s comment was unbecoming of a police officer. Justice Kamal Pasha also instructed the government to send the chief secretary a copy of single bench’s remark.

 
         Police did menial job for Chandrabose?    
 
 
THRISSUR: It is now known that the ploy to save controversial businessman and accused in Chandrabose murder case Nisham was planned by a senior civil police official from Peramangalam Police Station.

 
         Lakhs offer Pongala at Attukal Temple    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Lakhs of women offered pongala at the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple on Thursday. The rituals began at 10.15 am with temple chief priest Chennas Dinesan Namboothiripad handing over the holy fire from the sanctum sanctorum to melsanthi Kannan Potti, who ighted the hearths at the Kochu Thidapalli and Valiya Thidapalli inside the temple. The melsanthi then proceeded towards the pandara aduppu and handed over the holy fire to assistant melsanthis, who lit them.

 
         Party not in a hurry on VS’ issue, says Kodiyeri    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The party is not in a hurry on opposition leader V S Achuthanandan’s issue, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. The politburo has to take a decision on the letter given by him, he said while addressing the media.

 
         Proved that I’ve not used cocaine, says Shine Chacko    
 
 
KOCHI: It has been proved that I have not used cocaine, said actor Shine Tom Chaco, arrested in the drug case. The actor sarcastically spoke to reporters when brought to produce him in the Ernakulam sessions court. I went to Nisham’s flat to meet my friends, he said.

 
         Blackmailing case: Bindya’s gold ornaments missing?    
 
 
KOCHI: There seems to be something fishy about gold ornaments that had been confiscated from Kochi blackmail case accused Bindyas (Surya) and kept in the court’s safe custody. She has refused to accept the ornaments returned to her by the court, stating that some of the ornaments in the returned set didn’t belong to her.

 
         Kodiyeri seeks probe on George’s revelation    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A high-level probe should be conducted on Chief Whip P C George’s revelation in connection with the murder of Chandrabose, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. It should also be probed whether the chief minister and home minister has any role on the facilities arranged for Nisham in jail, Kodiyeri said while addressing the media.

 
         I’ve full faith in DGP, says Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has full faith in DGP K S Balasubramanyam, said Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala. Talking to the media, he said the DGP has not intervened in the case connected with the murder of the security guard Chandrabose.

 
         Samvrutha Sunil delivers a baby boy    
 
 
Actress Samvrutha Sunil delivered a baby boy on February 21. The actress announced the news in her social networking page. The baby has been named Agasthya Akhil. The actress got married to Akhil, native of Kozhikode on November 1 in 2012. Akhil is an engineer at the Walt Disney Company in California.

 
         Attukal Pongala offering begins    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The pandara aduppu (main hearth) of the Attukal Bhagavathy Temple was lit at 10.15 am Thursday morning marking the beginning of pongala. The rituals began with temple chief priest Chennas Dinesan Namboothiripad handing over the holy fire from the sanctum sanctorum to melsanthi Kannan Potti, who turned light the hearths at the Kochu Thidapalli and Valiya Thidapalli inside the temple.

 
         Chandrabose: Direct link between DGP & Nisham, says P C George    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Nisham, noted industrialist and accused in the murder case of Chandrabose, has direct connection with DGP K S Balasubramanyam, alleged Chief Whip P C George. Addressing a press meet, he said Jacob Job, former commissioner of Thrissur, was made a scapegoat in the case.

 
         Murder of Chandrabose: Clothes missing from hands of police    
 
 
THRISSUR: The clothes worn by Chandrabose, the security guard killed by noted industrialist Nisham, is reported missing under suspicious circumstances. It is hinted as the most crucial evidence in the case.

 
         Retirement age will not be raised without taking youth into confidence: Chandy    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The retirement age will not be raised without taking the youth into confidence, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The demand for it is not wrong, he said. However, the government cannot function without considering the emotions of the youth.

 
         Bar scam: Govt to file charge sheet in two months    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government Wednesday informed the vigilance court in the capital city that a charge sheet will be filed against Finance Minister K M Mani in the bar scam after completing the investigation in two months.

 
         Verdict unexpected, will approach SC, says Nambi Narayanan    
 
 
KOCHI: The verdict of the Kerala High Court in the spy case is unexpected and disappointing, said scientist Nambi Narayanan. I’ll move the Supreme Court against the verdict.

 
         Truth wins, says Siby Mathews    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Truth has won in the ISRO spy case, said investigating official Siby Mathews. The government was supposed to move the court but as they failed to do so, I approached them, he told reporters.

 
         Court cancels action against officials in spy case    
 
 
KOCHI: A division bench of the Kerala High Court Wednesday cancelled the order of the single bench seeking action against officials, who investigated the ISRO spy case. A division bench led by Acting Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan cancelled the order seeking action against Siby Mathews, DySP K K Joshua and circle inspector S Vijayan.

 
         Prof Ninan Koshy mourned    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan and CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan Wednesday expressed grief at the death of Prof Ninan Koshy, who died here today.

 
         VS’ plea seeking CBI probe in solar case dismissed    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court Wednesday rejected opposition leader V S Achuthanandan’s plea seeking a CBI probe in the solar case. A division bench led by Acting Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice A M Shafeek rejecting the plea said investigation by the police is satisfactory and there is no significance now for a CBI probe.

 
         Prof Ninan Koshy dies    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Prof Ninan Koshy, noted political thinker, foreign affairs expert, theologian and social analyst, died here Wednesday. He was 81. He passed away at a private hospital in the district where he was undergoing treatment for old age ailments.

 
         Solar: VS was against CBI inquiry, govt tells court    
 
 
KOCHI: The government informed the high court that Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan had earlier opposed a CBI inquiry into the solar scam and preferred judicial enquiry to the other.

 
         Slight improvement in Karthikeyan’s health condition    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is a slight improvement in the health condition of Speaker G Karthikeyan, who is ailing in Bangalore HCG hospital.

 
         Illegal tax benefits: Court seeks probe against Mani    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court directed the Kottayam Vigilance Court to conduct a probe against Finance Minister K M Mani on the plea filed alleging corruption in providing illegal tax benefits to two firms.

 
         Permission for Aranmula aiport will not be withdrawn: Oommen Chandy    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that the government will not withdraw the permission given for the construction of Aranmula airport. There are no sufficient grounds to cancel the permission. He said this on Tuesday while he was taking to media persons after his meeting with Union ministers in New Delhi.

 
         CPI State Secretary: Voting avoided by 'clapping of hands'    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: CPI National Executive member K E Ismail, who had eyed CPI State Secretary’s post, was dissuaded from contesting by his supporters who advised him to avoid a voting session and the ovation in the CPI conference, when Kanam Rajesndran’s name was suggested.

 
         Mani will be disgraced if budget is presented, says VS    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan Tuesday said Finance Minister K M Mani facing graft charges in the bar bribery scam, would be disgraced if he comes to present the budget.

 
         ‘Salim Raj backed out from Narco test under political duress’    
 
 
KOCHI: There are hints that Salim Raj, a former gunman of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and an accused in the Kalamssery land grab case, didn’t agree for scientific tests including Narco analysis test, due to political pressure.

 
 
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