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       HEADLINES: VS has won in Malampuzha with BJP votes: Oommen Chandy                                              Couple dies in accident                                              VS comes out with evidence on Infosys’ decision to withdraw from project                                              Govt should take care of Jisha’s family: VS                                              Modi asks BJP MPs to highlight government's achievements                                              ISIS hackers publish US military 'hitlist'                                              French journalist infiltrates jihadist cell for six months                                              Siddhartha Dhar a senior commander of ISIS: report                                              BCCI recommends Kohli for Khel Ratna, Rahane for Arjuna                                              Soccer-Amazing Leicester celebrate fairytale title success                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Govt should take care of Jisha’s family: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government should take care of the family of Jisha, who was raped and murdered in Perumbavoor, said opposition leader V S Achuthanandan.

         VS comes out with evidence on Infosys’ decision to withdraw from project    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has come out with the evidence on India’s major IT company Infosys withdrawing from a big project that would have given employment to about 10,000 people, during the UDF tenure. VS makes this disclosure officially on his Facebook page and at the same time critics the government in strong terms for the Infosys’ action. He also demands that Chief Minister Oommen Chandy should answer to the people as there is sufficient evidence.

         Couple dies in accident    
CHATHANOOR: A young couple and yoga instructors, died after a KSRTC fast hit their bike. The dead has been identified as Anish (30) of Kalluvathukkal and his wife Amitha (27). The accident happened Tuesday morning at the national highway in Kottiyam Junction.

         Two in custody in Jisha murder case    
PERUMBAVOOR: The police Tuesday took into custody two persons in connection with the death of Jisha (29), a law student and a dalit girl, who was brutally raped and murdered at her house in Iravichira near Perumbavoor. Among the two, one is her neighbour.

         Youth injured in Nadapuram bomb explosion dies    
NADAPURAM: A 24-year-old-youth who was injured in a bomb explosion in Nadapuram died here Tuesday. The dead has been identified as Lineesh, a CPM activist and son of Kunhikkannan and Leela of Naripetta. He died early this morning at the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital. Five persons including Lineesh were injured on April 27 at 9 pm.

         Bomb making in Nadapuram with consent of CPM, says Sudheeran    
KASARGOD: Bombs are being made in Nadapuram with the knowledge of the CPM leadership, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. Talking at the face to face programme at the Kasargod Press Club, he asked the CPM to withdraw from bomb politics.

         Central zone IG to probe Jisha’s death, says Chandy    
KOCHI: Central Zone IG will probe the death of Jisha, a dalit girl and a law student who was brutally raped and murdered at her house in Iravichira near Perumbavoor, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. Those behind the murder will be brought before law and ensure that strict action is given.

         VS has won in Malampuzha with BJP votes: Oommen Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: From time to time Opposition leader has won the Malampuzha seat with the help of BJP votes and now he is making all-out efforts to ensure that he gets BJDS votes, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has alleged in his Facebook page.

         Modi to kick off Kerala campaign in Palakkad    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will arrive in Kerala for the election campaign, will hold his first meeting in Palakkad. Modi, who will be speaking at a public meeting in Palakkad at 2pm on May 6, will attend a similar programme on May 8 at 6pm at Thiruvananthapuram Central stadium .

         Film actor Mannar Radha passes away    
MANNAR: Film-drama actor Mannar Ennakkadu Pillaveettil Radhakrishnan Nair (Mannar Radha -69) died today. Cremation was also held today. Nair had been keeping bad health since the demise of his sons Mikku V Krishna and Vishnu V Krishna. He also withdrew from the tinsel world since then.

         Central forces will be deployed at vulnerable booths:CEC    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi has said that Central forces will be deployed in booths that are prone to violence. “In Kerala there are more than 200 such vulnerable booths,” he told media persons after today’s Election review meeting.

         Sudheeran criticises Centre over oil price rise    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has criticised the Centre’s decision to rise the fuel price, despite the crude oil price coming down in International market. He said such a move that denied common people the benefit of slump in global oil price is highly reprehensible.

         No case against me, says CM again    
MALAPPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has reiterated that there is no case registered against him. “I have submitted my nomination paper for the Assembly election after making sure that no case exists against me,” he said on Monday. The chief minister was responding to Lokayukta Justice Pius C Kuriakose’ disapproval over Upalokayukta giving clean chit to ministers including him. He also asked why people who had complaints against him didn’t say it earlier.

         Pre-poll survey says UDF will retain power in Kerala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A pre-poll survey has claimed that UDF will retain power in Kerala in the Assembly election. The survey was conducted by Mars for the Push agency, which is managing the campaign for the UDF in Kerala. It says that the UDF will win the Assembly election by a thin majority. The UDF will get 69-73 seats and LDF, 65-69 seats.

         Lok Ayuktha unhappy over giving clean chit to CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Lok Ayuktha Justice Pious Kuriakose expressed dissatisfaction on the proceedings of the Upa Lok Ayuktha giving clean chit to the chief minister and other ministers. They gave clean chit saying that presently there are no cases against the chief minister and ministers either in the Lok Ayuktha or in the Upa lok Ayuktha.

         Law student Jisha was raped before her death: Post-mortem report    
PERUMBAVOOR: In the post-mortem conducted on the body of Nisha (29), a law student and Perumbavoor native, who was found dead in her house last week, it has been found that she was brutally raped before her death.

         Land for Santhosh Madhavan: Submit report before May 18    
MOOVATTUPUZHA: The Moovattupuzha Vigilance Court directed vigilance to submit the report before May 18 in the case of registering excess land for a private company having the controversial swamy Santhosh Madhavan as an intermediary. The vigilance had sought more time to submit the report when the case was considered today.

         Details of cases against Chandy to be informed to court: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan said that he sticks to his statement that there are 31 cases against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. As these cases are before the court, the details of it will be informed to them and will make sure Oommen Chandy lands in jail, he posted in his Facebook page.

         BSNL employee found charred to death    
KOLLAM: A BSNL employee was found charred to death at his quarters. The dead has been identified as Gopi (58), driver of the BSNL office in Anchal. He was found dead Monday morning at his quarters in Thirumullavaram. He was found charred to death by the local residents who came rushing after seeing smoke from the room.

         Body of murdered nurse from Kerala arrives    
KOCHI: The body of Chikku Robert, a 25-year-old nurse from Kerala murdered in Oman last month, arrived in Kochi Monday morning. Chikku, native of Karukutty of Angamaly, was the wife of Linson of Changanassery.

         Heat wave in some places in state    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: This summer in Kerala has been particularly hot, prompting the India Meteorological Department (IMD) to warn against "heat wave conditions". "Heat wave conditions very likely to prevail at isolated places over Kerala on May 1 and 2, especially in Palakkad and Kozhikode districts."

         Secret deal between BJP-CPM, says Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPM is making a secret deal with the BJP during election time, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. Vellappally Natesan, who floated BDJS, is the mediator of this secret deal. Sudheeran said this while reacting to the allegation of the CPM that the congress has an unholy nexus with the BJP.

         BJP’s attempt is to divide secular votes, says Antony    
KASARGOD: Congress Working Committee member A K Antony Sunday said the BJP is trying to divide the secular votes in the assembly polls. Addressing a face to face programme at the Kasargod Press Club, he said BJP concentrating only Kerala among the states where polls are to be held, is a sign of upcoming danger.

         EC censures K C Abu for communal speech    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The central election commission censured Kozhikode DCC president K C Abu for his communal speech during an election convention. The commission censured him after rejecting the explanation given by him. He had stated that the speech was not deliberate.

         Hike in petrol & diesel price will lead to price rise, says Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The hike in the price of petrol and diesel will double the burden of the people, said CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan. The centre’s decision to increase the price of petrol and diesel will surge the price of essential items, he wrote in his Facebook page.

         CPM in grip of liquor lobby, says Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Coming down heavily on the CPM, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said the party is showing signs of being influenced by major liquor lobbies. An obvious proof for it is CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury’s new stance on the liquor policy, he posted in his Facebook page.

         Yechury changes stance on liquor policy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM general secretary has changed his stance on the liquor policy, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. He changed his stand following pressure from CPM state leaders, he said.

         Amit Shah cancels visit to Kerala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP President Amit Shah, who was to kick off his campaign tour of Kerala for the May 16 assembly elections Sunday, has cancelled his visit following indisposition.

         House boat gutted in fire    
ALAPPUZHA: A house boat was gutted in a fire in the district. No casualty has been reported. The incident happened at Chembanthara in Aryad. Fire erupted, apparently out of short circuit from the inverter of the boat.

         Jaitley hints at Kerala representation in Union Cabinet    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Jaitley said there would a representation from Kerala in the Union cabinet, possibly hinting at the elevation of MP Suresh Gopi as a Union minister.

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