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       HEADLINES: Special trains from Ernakulam to Chennai and Bengaluru                                              Medical college bribery: BJP in lickety-split to find source of report leak                                              Medical college bribery: There was demand for NRI seat also                                              BJP mouthpiece demands NIA probe into medical college bribery issue                                              MLA being questioned, He called housewife 900 times in five months                                              Army jawan killed in ceasefire violation by Pak Army                                              Smriti Irani mocks Rahul Gandhi for taking dig at Centre                                              Critical deficiency in supply of ammunition to Army: CAG                                              Kashmir would become Syria if US intervenes: Mehbooba Mufti                                              Britain's SC gets first woman president                                              Baghdadi still alive: US Defence Secretary                                              16 Afghan police killed in US strike                                              Engage in direct dialogue: Pentagon tells China, India                                              Doval's visit key to ease Sikkim standoff: Chinese analyst                                              WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet: Mithali                                              Eyeing spot in British Open, Aditi adds solid 68 to lie sixth                                              Vardhan bags 2nd Challenger title, defeat for 4 others                                              BCCI to reward Rs 50 lakh each to Mithali & Co.                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         If unfortunate thing has happened, there should be action: Suresh Gopi    
KOCHI: BJP Rajya Sabha MP Suresh Gopi has said if anything unfortunate has happened in the party in connection with the medical scam, the leadership should take strict action against it.

         Attack threat: Police protection for Ramanunni    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police protection will be provided to writer K P Ramanunni who recently got a threatening letter that said he would face the fate of Joseph teacher if he didn’t change his religion within six months. (Joseph teacher’s hand was chopped for preparing questions that allegedly hurt religious sentiments). Meanwhile, Ramanunni said he would continue writing even if he received death threats. “When threatened, many writers have stopped writing in the past but I will not com

         Party trusts me, guilty ousted: M T Ramesh    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State secretary M T Ramesh has said his party was convinced of his explanations regarding allegations against him in the medical college scam.

         Respite or school kids: Shoes, socks not compulsory during rainy season    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: General Education department has issued a circular asking school managements not to make shoes and socks compulsory for students during the rainy season. The order points out that all schools including the CBSE-ISCE schools should follow the instructions in the circular.

         Vincent MLA remanded for 14 days    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress MLA M Vincent, who was arrested based on the complaint that he sexually harassed a house woman, was remanded for 14 days by Neyyattinkara magistrate court. He was later taken to Neyyattinkara subjail.

         I'm innocent, conspiracy hatched at CM's office: M Vincent    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The arrested Kovalam Congress MLA, M Vincent, has said he was arrested following strong pressure from the chief minister’s office.

         MLA’s arrest based on strong evidence: Police    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police has said that Congress MLA M Vincent was arrested on the basis of clear evidence regarding the complaint that he sexually harassed a housewife. They have reportedly got scientific evidence of phone calls the MLA had made to her.

         M Vincent needn’t resign, not guilty until conviction: Congress    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Congress leadership has instructed that Kovalam MLA M Vincent, who got arrested in connection with the case of him sexually harassing a housewife, need not resign. They have also made clear that the party would take action against him only after the court finds him guilty.

         Crime against women will be dealt with seriously: CM    
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said the complaint against Kovalam MLA M Vincent is being viewed seriously. “Crime against women will not be tolerated,” he told media persons on Saturday.

         LDF to hold march demanding M Vincent’s resignation    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The LDF district committee has demanded the resignation of Kovalam MLA M Vincent who got arrested in connection with the case of him sexually harassing a housewife.

         Controversy created around crime committed by individual: P S Sreedharan Pillai    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior BJP leader advocate P S Sreedharan Pillai has said that the BJP is getting trapped for something that they never did in the controversy in relation to the case of medical college bribery. He also said that the BJP is being crucified for the mistake committed by an individual.

         Sexual harassment case: M Vincent MLA arrested    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The special investigating team has arrested Kovalam MLA M Vincent in connection with the case of him sexually harassing a housewife. He was arrested on the basis of his telephonic conversations and other scientific evidences.

         M Vincent seeks anticipatory bail    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kovalam MLA M Vincent, who got accused in the case relating to sexual harassment of a housewife, has approached the district sessions court for his anticipatory bail.

         M Vincent must resign: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative reforms commission chairman V S Achuthanandan has demanded the resignation of Kovalam MLA M Vincent, who got accused of sexually harassing a housewife.

         Two die after consuming spirit used in hospitals    
KOZHIKODE: Two people have died here after consuming liquor mixed with the spirit used in hospitals. They have been identified as Balan (54), a native of Chathamangalam, and Sandeep (38), who works at a private hospital.

         Medical college bribery: Vigilance notice to BJP inquiry commission members    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The vigilance have served summons notice to the BJP inquiry commission members K P Sreesan and A K Naseer to appear for questioning in connection with the medical college bribery issue on Monday.

         Uzhavoor Vijayan moved to ICU    
KOCHI: Reports say that NCP state president Uzhavoor Vijayan has been moved to the intensive care unit (ICU). He was admitted to a private hospital in Kochi last week following heart related ailment.

         Girl set ablaze by lover in Pathanamthitta dies    
PATHANAMTHITTA: The girl who was set ablaze by his boyfriend after pouring petrol over her has succumbed to her injuries. She was under treatment in a hospital in Coimbatore.

         Medical college bribery: Kummanam grilled at core committee meeting    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Members of the BJP severely criticised the party state president Kummanam Rajasekharan at the core committee meeting with regards to the allegations of bribery being taken to secure recognition of the Medical Council of India for a medical college in Varkala.

         MLA being questioned, He called housewife 900 times in five months    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police, under the leadership of Kollam city police commissioner Ajitha Begam, is questioning Kovalam MLA M Vincent at the MLA Hostel here, in connection with the case of a housewife alleging that he had sexually harassed her.

         BJP mouthpiece demands NIA probe into medical college bribery issue    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The editorial in BJP mouthpiece ‘Janmabhumi’ has said that it would be better if the NIA investigate the medical college bribery issue. It has also termed an inquiry commission member who has allegedly leaked the report of the commission as ‘traitor’, without mentioning his name.

         Medical college bribery: There was demand for NRI seat also    
NEW DELHI: More information regarding medical college bribery issue in Kerala, which put the BJP on defensive, are out. A bribe of Rs. 17 crore was demanded for securing the recognition of the Medical Council of India for the medical college in Varkala, of which the owner of the college Shaji had already paid Rs. 5.6 crore. BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan’s PRO at Delhi Satish Nair had demanded NRI seats in the college for the rest of the amount.

         Medical college bribery: BJP in lickety-split to find source of report leak    
KOCHI: The BJP state leadership is in a lickety-split to find out who leaked the report regarding the medical bribery issue that tainted the image of the party in the state. This will be a major topic of discussion in the BJP state leadership meeting that will convene on Saturday in Thiruvananthapuram.

         Special trains from Ernakulam to Chennai and Bengaluru    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Special trains have been allotted from Ernakulam to Chennai and Yeswanthpur Jn. in Bengaluru. The Chennai Suvidha special train will start from Ernakulam on August 15 at 6.30 pm and reach Chennai the next day at 8.00 am.

         Preparations for Vavu Bali is over: Devaswom Board    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devaswom Board president Prayar Gopalakrishnan has said that the preparations for the Karkidaka Vavu Bali is over in all the Board’s Thirthankaras.

         Medical college bribery: R S Vinod says he was forced by inquiry commission to mention M T Ramesh’s name    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former BJP leader R S Vinod, who was expelled by the party, has said that the inquiry commission including A K Naseer and K P Sreesan, had forced him to mention BJP state secretary M T Ramesh’s name in connection with the medical college bribery case.

         Pinarayi vows strict action against those who threaten progressive thinkers    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has taken to Facebook to say that severe action will be taken against those who send a threatening note to K P Ramanunni, who is a novelist and short-story writer.

         Two injured as tree falls over car in Thiruvananthapuram    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Two people have got seriously injured after a tree fell over a car near the Museum here. The tree got uprooted in the heavy wind and rain that swept the state capital of Friday evening.

         Kerala to host literary fest with tolerance as theme    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: At a time when the country witnesses raging debate over intolerance, Kerala is getting ready to host a literary festival with tolerance as the core theme.

         Controversial remark: Yet another complaint against T P Senkumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A new complaint has been filed against former state police chief T P Senkumar. The Sthree Koottayama of Thiruvananthapuram has filed a complaint with the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and the state police chief DGP Lokanath Behera stating that Senkumar has made remarks that insult the women community.

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