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       HEADLINES: Baby girl sold in Attapady                                              Accused sharing dais with me will be examined, says Sudheeran                                              Liquor policy to affect tourists, says Chandy                                              A communist’s hand will not rise against Krishna Pillai’s memorial:Pannyan                                              Attack on Krishna Pillai Memorial: Transfer of DySP cancelled                                              Operation to arrest Rampal cost over Rs 26 crore                                              Govt believes 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS still alive                                              People of Jammu have rejected bullet for ballot: Modi                                              When Sharif walks for speech, Modi reads newspaper                                              WHO suspends op in Balochistan after attack on polio team                                              SAARC nations sign energy deal, salvage summit                                              China skirts queries on Pak's plan to buy stealth fighter                                              FC Goa crush Kerala Blasters 3-0                                              After Walsh, women's team coach Hawgood also quits                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Unnecessary interference in Vizhinjam project: SC    
NEW DELHI: “In the name of environmental protection, unwarranted interference are going on in Vizhinjam harbour project. Those who don’t have direct link with the case are coming on the scene...,” the Supreme Court pointed out.

         One MLA from opposition to join UDF, says Benny Behnan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: One more MLA from the opposition LDF is all set to join the UDF, said Benny Behnan MLA. Nobody should be surprised if an MLA familiar to the Malayalees of Kuwait join the UDF. When the assembly session begins on December 1, a fall in the number of people on the opposition side will be seen.

         Bharat Bhushan took undue travel concession from Jet Airways: Tehelka    
NEW DELHI: Tehelka has come out with allegations against Kerala Chief Secretary E K Bharat Bhushan and certain politicians. In a press conference on Friday, the news organisation revealed that the chief secretary had taken undue concessions from Jet Airways while he had been the Union Civil Aviation director. Bharat Bhushan misused his official power to extract illegal benefits from airlines. Tehelka has also raised allegations against Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra.

         CBI recovers weapons in Manoj murder case    
KANNUR: The CBI, probing the murder of RSS district functionaryManoj alias Kathirur Manoj, Fridayrecovered the weaponsused by the killer gang allegedly of CPI(M), near a river at Ukkasmotta near Thalassery.

         Illegal tobacco product worth Rs 30 lakh sized    
ALUVA: Police on Friday seized bundles of Hans, an illegal tobacco product, worth Rs 30 lakh. The attempt was to transport the contraband from Coimbatore to Aluva in a car under the guise of transporting vegetables. Sacks of vegetables were placed over the product bundles. Three persons were arrested in this connection. A mini lorry and an Indigoc car have also been seized by the police.

         Custodial death: Two cops sentenced to life    
KOLLAM: Two cops found guilty in connection with the custodial death that happened nine years ago at the Kollam East Police Station, have been awarded life imprisonment. Jayakumar, 47, of Madathil Puthenveedu, Kottakkakam Cheriyil, Thrikkadavoor and Venugopal, 48, of Thannolil Veedu, Aakkolil Cheriyil, Eravipuram, were found guilty by the additional sessions court VI judge K S Sarathchandran on Thursday.

         Attack on Krishna Pillai Memorial: Transfer of DySP cancelled    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala Friday cancelled the transfer of crime branch DySP M V Rajendran, who investigated the attack on the memorial of P Krishna Pillai.

         A communist’s hand will not rise against Krishna Pillai’s memorial:Pannyan    
ALAPPUZHA: CPI State Secretary Pannyan Raveendran has come out with strong criticism again CPM in the case relating to the destruction of P Krishna Pillai’s memorial. “A true communist’s hand will not rise to destroy the memorial of Krishna Pillai. People who wear communism on their sleeves for fashion will only do that,” Pannyan told media after visiting Krishna Pillai’s memorial.

         Liquor policy to affect tourists, says Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The office of the chief minister Friday said the government’s liquor policy will distance tourists from the state. The direction given to the state level bankers’ panel from the office of the chief minister pointed out that the liquor policy will badly affect backwater tourism.

         Bird flu: No dearth in medicines, says Sivakumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is no dearth in the preventive medicines for bird flu in the state, said Health Minister V S Sivakumar. Addressing the media, the minister said 4500 tablets will reach today itself and almost 3 lakh tablets have already been collected.

         Accused sharing dais with me will be examined, says Sudheeran    
ETTUMANOOR: An accused in the Apple Tree fraud case sharing dais with me in the Janapaksha Yatra will be examined, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. It will also be probed whether a lapse has been happened from the side of the organizers.

         Baby girl sold in Attapady    
PALAKKAD: A complaint has been lodged in connection with the sale of a two and a half month old tribal baby in Attappady. The baby girl born to Shamsudeen and Thulasi of Vannanthura was sold for Rs 80,000.

         Sudheeran suspects conspiracy going on to destroy Janapaksha Yatra    
THODUPUZHA: KPCC presient V M Sudheeran has said that he suspects that State’s liquor lobby has been conspiring to destroy the Janapaksha yatra championed by him.

         Bird flu: Virus found in Alappuzha a threat to humans too    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Health Ministry has clarified that the reason for the death of a large number of ducks in Alappuzha is H5N1 virus, which also has the potential to enter the human body. The ministry also informed that the disease could spread fast if necessary preventive measures were not taken.

         Youths atop building near Secretariat threaten to commit suicide    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Alleging that the government was delaying recruitment, a few youths climbed up a five-storey building in front of the Secretariat on Thursday and threatened to commit suicide by jumping down.

         Metropolitan’s house in Kottayam burgled    
KOTTAYAM: In a big robbery committed at the Oravakkal house of Metropolitan of Malabar Diocese Zacharias Mar Polycarpos, 16 sovereign gold including his pectoral cross and Rs 48,000 were stolen. Search is on for the robbers. The Metropolitan, who is in Wayanad Meenangadi has started for Kottayam, after coming to know about the incident. He will reach Kottayam by evening.

         Student attempts suicide in front of principal’s room    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A student attempted suicide in front of the principal’s room. A second year student of Kattakada Christian College tried to commit suicide by cutting his wrist.

         Bird Flu: People in Thiruvananthapuram told not to panic    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Thiruvananthapuram district authorities have asked the public of the capital city not to panic as no incident of bird flu has been reported from any part of the district.But the health department has asked the people to be alert on the possibility of the disease spreading from other states. Meanwhile, sporadic incidents of hen deaths in the district has raised the anxiety of the people.

         Attack on Krishna Pillai Memorial: Charge sheet arraigns five    
ALAPPUZHA: The investigating team of the crime branch submitted a charge sheet at the Alappuzha Judicial First Class Magistrate Court arraigning five including CPM and DYFI leaders in connection with the attack on the P Krishna Pillai Memorial at Kannarkatu near Muhamma.

         Eight injured as bus overturns in Kannur    
KANNUR: Eight passengers got injured when the bus they were travelling in overturned at Iritty. The incident happened at 4 in the morning when the bus that was coming towards Vadakara from Bangalore lost control and overturned. In the accident the front part of the bus was completely damaged.

         Manmohan in Kochi today    
KOCHI: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh will arrive at Neudmbassery airport in Kochi on Thursday as part of his visit to the State to take part in several programs. This is his first visit to Kerala ever since he stepped down as the prime minister.

         No confirmation of bird flu in Kottayam    
KOTTAYAM: The mass death of birds in Vechur, Chengalam and Thalayazham areas in Kottayam district is not of bird flu. This was confirmed in the test conducted at a lab in Thiruvalla.

         Govt fails to prevent bird flu: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has alleged that while the government was too vocal about bird flu by making statements and convening meetings, it was not taking immediate steps to prevent bird flu. The dearth of vets and other staff coupled with the delay in distributing flu prevention kits have hampered the preventive actions to be initiated immediately.

         Bar bribery: Probe in final phase, says Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said on Wednesday that the Vigilance inquiry into the bar scandal was in its final phase.

         Revenue Dept to boost Athulyam scheme: Adoor Prakash    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Athulyam Scheme, a new project of Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority, will get all help from the Revenue department to attain success. A special ‘adalat’ (court) will be held for Athulyam participants with no birth certificate. Revenue Minister Adoor Prakash announced this while launching the CD comprising the Athulyam introduction song.

         Mullaperiyar: Memorandum to be submitted to PM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An all-party meeting held on Wednesday decided to submit a memorandum to the prime minister regarding Kerala’s anxiety over the rising of water-level in the Mullaperiyar dam to 142 ft.

         Circulating my old pictures, says actor Jishnu    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Jishnu Wednesday said the news circulating that he is in a serious condition is wrong. The actor said that his first surgery on cancer conducted in early January was successful. I am still under treatment and will be back in the big screen very soon, he posted in his Facebook page.

         Lovers commit suicide    
THENI: Upset with their families for opposing their love affair, lovers committed suicide by jumping from the top of a hill. The two has been identified as Kishore Mathew of Kambammedu and Delna Dennis of Nedukandam.

         CPI State Secretary post: Kanam, Ismail come face-to-face    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Who will be CPI’s next State Secretary? This has been the topic of hot debate since the branch-local committee meetings ended. The discussions in party conclaves will become more hectic in the days to come as constituency, district and State level committee meetings will follow back-to-back. The State conference will take place in February last.

         VAT exempted for LNG    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet which convened here Wednesday decided to exempt in principle Value Added Tax (VAT) for Kochi Petronet LNG project, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. Existing VAT is 14.5%. With exemption of VAT, a loss of Rs 103 crores will be incurred to the state annually.

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