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       HEADLINES: Time extended for Kerala in medical entrance                                              Assembly congratulates Army for surgical strikes                                              Self-financing Medical admission: Govt to move SC                                              Capitation fee in self-financing colleges: CM announces Vigilance inquiry                                              Noise over self-financing college issue: Assembly adjourned                                              Prime accused in Park Street gangrape case arrested                                              Surgical strikes Modi's first action worthy of stature as PM: Rahul                                              Shahabuddin to go back to jail as SC cancels bail                                              UN asks India, Pakistan to exercise restraint                                              Pak will give befitting response to any misadventure: Raheel                                              Will tell India what is real surgical strike: Saeed                                              Former cricketers reveal secrets, share anecdotes                                              Afridi, Ajmal call for bilateral cricket with India                                              Don't put India,Pak in same group of intl tournaments:BCCI to ICC                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Again, lawyers block media men at HC    
 
 
KOCHI: Media persons faced unofficial ban again at Kerala High Court premises on Friday. The media men who arrived at the court for reporting court proceedings were blocked by lawyers. By blocking, the lawyers breached the agreement made with media persons in the presence of the chief justice.

 
         KSU's education hartal on Monday    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KSU will hold education strike on Monday, expressing solidarity to agitating Youth Congressmen over self-financing college issue. They also expressed their support to MLAs Shafi Parambil, Hybi Eden and Anoop Jacob, who are on an indefinite fast over the self-financing college issue.

 
         School bus bangs against tree, one student dies    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: A school student died after the school bus in which the girl was traveling banged against a tree. 11 others inside the bus got injured. The dead has been identified as Malappuram Ithilparambu native Ameer’s daughter Sithara Jasmine (13). The bus belonged to Malappuram Government Girls high school and the mishap occurred after the bus had a brake failure. The bus that lost control came to a grinding halt after it went and hit the tree near the gate forcefully.

 
         Drinking will become dearer from Oct 3    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has decided to increase the price of liquor sold at Beverages Corporation outlets. Each bottle will cost Rs 10-75 more.

 
         Pinarayi will have Chandy’s fate: V Muraleedharan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former BJP president V Muraleedharan has said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who had sided with self–financing college managements to siphon off crores of money will have a fate same as that of former chief minister Oommen Chandy. He was inaugurating the Yuva Morcha march against self-financing college issue on Friday.

 
         Noise over self-financing college issue: Assembly adjourned    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Assembly proceedings were stalled by the Opposition today also over the self-financing college issue. The session was adjourned in the day. Though V T Balram MLA had given a notice for adjournment motion, the speaker denied permission for it.

 
         Capitation fee in self-financing colleges: CM announces Vigilance inquiry    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has announced that Vigilance will probe allegations regarding capitation fee accepted by self-financing college managements. In between this, uproar in the Assembly in the self-financing issue got louder and louder. The Opposition didn’t cooperate with question answer session. Though Congress MLA V T Balram gave notice seeking admission for adjournment motion, it was rejected by Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan.

 
         Self-financing Medical admission: Govt to move SC    
 
 
THIRUVANANHAPURAM: The State government has decided to approach the Supreme Court over the self-financing medical college issue. The government may request for one more weeks’ time to complete the medical admission. It will inform the court that seats are again left to be filled in colleges.

 
         Assembly congratulates Army for surgical strikes    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Assembly Friday unanimously passed a resolution extending support and congratulating the Indian Army for its surgical strikes on seven terror launch pads across the LoC.

 
         Time extended for Kerala in medical entrance    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday granted a week’s time to complete the medical admission procedures of the state. The government had sought a week’s time to complete the procedures.

 
         Assembly will be made paper-free: Speaker    
 
 
The State Assembly will be made paper-free, Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan has informed in the Assembly during an answer session by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. It was K Kunjiraman MLA, who brought the issue to the notice of the chief minister.

 
         Total For You fraud: 20 yr jail term, Rs 8.28 cr fine for Sabarinath    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Thiruvananthapuram District court has awarded 20 year jail term and Rs 8.28 crore fine to Sabarinath in Total For You money fraud case. Both sentences will run concurrently.

 
         Murder of retd deputy tehsildar: Life sentence for accused    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Thiruvananthapuram additional sessions judge V K Rajan awarded life imprisonment to Dilip Kumar of Kilimanoor, accused in the murder case of retd deputy tehsildar.

 
         MLAs' strike enters second day    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Congress-led UDF Opposition Thursday boycotted the Assembly proceedings after the government refused to reconsider its agreement with private medical college managements on fee structure and admissions.

 
         Navarathri idol procession begins with police escort    
 
 
PADMANABHAPURAM: The idols for Navarathri celebrations in Thiruvananthapuram were taken out as procession from Padmanabhapuram palace with the escort of police on Thursday. The procession began today morning after rituals that evoked memories of good old days under the rule of Travancore kings. Though there were rumours that the police would not be present for giving the guard of owner or escort to the procession of idols, the posse of policemen led by ADGP Rajesh Diwan was present at the pal

 
         Talks with speaker fail, opposition walks out    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The talks held between Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan and congress party leaders after the opposition UDF stalled the proceedings on the third day in the self-financing issue, failed. The opposition boycotted the proceedings blaming the government for supporting self-financing managements.

 
         Oppn protests without asking questions    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The opposition UDF is continuing their protests in the assembly over the self-financing issue. They protested without asking any questions during question hour.

 
         Tipper fatally knocks down motorist    
 
 
NEYYATINKARA: A motorist was killed after he was fatally knocked down by a tipper lorry of the Adani Group at Marayamuttam. The dead has been identified as Balu of Marayamuttam.

 
         Sudheeran seeks CPM central leadership’s intervention on CM’s statement    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: KPCC chief V M Sudheeran sought the intervention of the CPM central leadership to correct Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who talks in a third rate language. Talking to reporters here, he said the rule of the LDF is a copy of the rule of the Narendra Modi Government.

 
         One killed in bus-jeep collision    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A jeep driver was killed after his vehicle collided with a transport bus at Vembayam. Five passengers of the bus including a physically challenged person was injured in the accident. The accident happened Thursday morning at 8.30 am near Elanjimoodu Temple at Koppam.

 
         40 stray dogs ruthlessly killed at Kalady    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Laws to protect animals seems to be dud. When the government and police remain mute spectators, affluent individuals with ulterior motives with the help of wicked politicians have been mercilessly killing harmless stray dogs in Kerala.

 
         Govt will not shut down beverages outlets    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has withdrawn the decision to shut down the Beverages Corporation outlets under State Beverages Corporation. The decision taken by the earlier government to close 10 percentage of the outlets every year was the one that was withdrawn The status quo will continue till the new liquor policy comes into existence. The decision was to close down the first 10 percent of outlets on October 2, the Gandhi Jayanthi day.

 
         Hartal: Human Rights Commission files case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: State Human Rights commission has filed a case over observing hartal in Kerala on Wednesday. Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, DGP Loknath Behera, chief secretary S M Vijayanand are parties in the case. The case was registered based on a complaint filed by social worker P K Raju, pointing out that former home minister Ramesh Chennithala, who had tabled Kerala Regulation of Hartal bill, himself had called for hartal. Commission acting chairperson P Mohandas has or

 
         Illegal inhuman killing of street dogs continues; Prashanth Bhushan writes to Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even as illegal, cruel culling of dogs orchestrated by individuals like Kochouseph Chittilappilly and Jose Maveli goes on, Senior Supreme Court lawyer Prashanth Bhushan has written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, asking him to arrest people killing street dogs or else it would amount to contempt of the Supreme Court. Requesting the chief minister to apply for cancellation of bail for such offenders, he warns that killings of harmless voiceless beings would affect tourism

 
         Why Cong restless when bribery is ended in self-financing colleges, asks Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said his government has been able to end bribery in self-financing college admission. “I was wondering why this Congress men are discomfited over putting an end to this bribery in college admissions and ensuring merit system,” he asked at a press conference here on Tuesday. “The government has helped poor students get more seats at low fees. The UDFwhich had given opportunities to managements to charge exorbitant fee according to t

 
         Black flags: I just expressed my feeling, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that his statement that those who waved black flags at him were rented by channels was just his feeling. I saw come cameramen running from the left side when I was coming out from the Secretariat’s Cantonment Gate.

 
         SC doesn't intervene in state’s medical entrance    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court did not intervene in the medical and dental admissions of the state. The court said they are not intervening as the admission procedures for the course have been completed. The admissions were held with the permission of the government.

 
         Kerala resident held in Katra    
 
JAMMU: A Keralite was held while he was roaming around under suspicious circumstances in Katra, the base camp of Vaishnodevi shrine, in Reai district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said Wednesday.

 
         Keralite held in Goa airport with forex worth Rs 25.6 lakh    
 
PANAJI: Customs officials in Goa on Wednesday arrested one person from Kerala for carrying with him foreign currency worth Rs 25.6 lakh, a statement from the central government agency's Goa unit said.

 
         Three UDF MLAs begin indefinite fast at Kerala Assembly    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Stepping up their protest against the LDF government over fees hike in private medical colleges in the state, opposition UDF members Wednesday forced adjournment of the Assembly for the second day today even as three of their members began an indefinite fast in the legislature complex.

 
 
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