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October 23, Thursday 2014 8:30 AM       
       HEADLINES: Two killed in separate accidents                                              Kennel issue: Child’s clothes sent for forensic examination                                              Miscreants attack bakery, four injured                                              Murder of Manoj: Will not permit anyone to threaten investigating officials                                              Woman set afire on train: Inquiry extended to five districts                                              Sexual abuse of minor: Parents protest, staff being questioned                                              CBI arrests railway board official                                              Pak violates ceasefire twice, targets forward Indian posts                                              Hindu Sindhis from Pakistan to get elusive Indian citizenship                                              Legendary Washington Post editor Bradlee dies at 93                                              US court lets US group challenge Modi immunity                                              India ready for nuclear no-first-use agreements                                              Boxer Sarita Devi suspended for Asian Games protest                                              Walsh stays as India coach, to be given fresh contract                                              "Embarrassed" West Indies cricket seeks meeting with BCCI                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Strong wind, rain likely till Monday: Met department    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Strong isolated monsoon rains and winds may continue in Kerala till Monday as a result of formation of low pressure area above the Arabian sea, State Meteorological department has informed.

 
         Smart City Kochi gets environmental clearance    
 
 
KOCHI: Smart City Kochi, government's prestigious IT project, has received complete environmental clearance, a top official of the project said Wednesday.

 
         Father, lover held for murdering daughter    
 
 
THRISSUR/KOZHIKODE: The police found that the girl, who was found dead on the railway track behind the crown theatre in Kozhikode two months back, was murdered. The police arrested Benny, native of Irinjalakuda, and his lover Binitha, in connection with the incident.

 
         Calicut Uty VC expresses desire to quit    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: M Abdul Salam, vice chancellor of Calicut University, met Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and expressed his desire to quit. The meeting was held at the chief minister’s official residence Wednesday morning. He expressed his difficulty in continuing in that post.

 
         Youth dies while trying to pour milk on Vijay’s flex board    
 
 
PALAKKAD: A youth, who came to see Tamil actor Vijay’s film Kaththi, met with a tragic end. The youth identified as Unni of Wadakkancherry, fell down and died while trying to pour milk on the big cut out of Vijay established in front of the theatre in Palakkad. He slipped and fell down while sitting on top of the board.

 
         Spy case: Murali, Padmaja seek action against officials    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K Muraleedharan MLA and Padmaja Venugopal Wednesday sought action against the guilty in the ISRO spy case. The case is concocted and those behind it should be punished. Action should be taken against officials if truth has to be exposed, Murali said.

 
         Scramble for top post in Thiruvananthapuram CPI unit begins    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Behind-the-curtain scramble has begun among party leaders for a top party post in the Thiruvananthapuram unit of the CPI, which has been shaken by the controversy over selection of Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha candidate.

 
         Man found dead on railway track    
 
MALAPPURAM: A man allegedly committed suicide by jumping before a train at Kuttippuram railway station in Malappuram on Wednesday. Police said the body of the unidentified man found on the railway track this morning, has been sent to Kozhikode Medical College for post-mortem.

 
         Loss of Rs 50 lakhs estimated in fire at electric shop    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A loss of Rs 50 lakhs has been estimated in the fire that broke out on the third floor of Muthoot Mini building near Pettah Junction on Tuesday night. A major tragedy was averted by a hair’s breadth.

 
         Woman set afire on train: Inquiry extended to five districts    
 
 
KANNUR: Police have extended their investigation to five districts in the case in which a woman died after she was set ablaze on a moving train. Malabar’s notorious robbers and anti-social elements are under police watch in this connection.

 
         Murder of Manoj: Will not permit anyone to threaten investigating officials    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government will not permit anyone to threaten the investigating officials probing the Kathiroor Manoj murder case, said Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala.

 
         Miscreants attack bakery, four injured    
 
EDAVA: Some unidentified miscreants attacked a bakery in Edava. The bakery owner, his two sons and an employee sustained injuries in the attack. The injured has been admitted in the hospital. The merchants have called a hartal in connection with the incident.

 
         Kennel issue: Child’s clothes sent for forensic examination    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The clothes of the child, student of Jawahar English Medium School, who was allegedly locked up in a kennel, have been sent for forensic examination for more evidence.

 
         Two killed in separate accidents    
 
CHATHANUR/KOTTARAKKARA: Two youths were killed and two seriously injured in in two separate accidents at Chathanur and Kottarakkara. One motorist was killed after a lorry laden with fish collided with the bike at Seematti Junction in Chathanur on the national highway.

 
         Now, miscreants can ‘cool’ their heels in AC ‘idi vandi’    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: When you hear about ‘idi vandi’, what comes rushing to your mind is the image of old, rickety, blue-coloured police vans with netted outsides. Inside the contraption, there would be lathis, shields and rifles. Some ‘idi vandi victims’ might have christened the van idi vandi (punch van), for many agitators have experienced hell inside the vehicle.

 
         GVK to operate ‘108’ ambulance service    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The medical service corporation Tuesday signed a deal with Hyderabad based GVK Company to operate the ‘108’ ambulance service having life saving measures neglecting stiff opposition. The tender has been extended for three more months. As per the new tender, GVK will operate service for Rs 72 per kilometer.

 
         Man arrested for pledging imitation gold for lakhs of rupees    
 
 
THRISSUR: Gopi (46) from Pallarimangalam at Kothamangalam has been arrested for cheating bankers of Rs 60 lakh by pledging imitation gold. The arrest was carried out by a team led by Temple anti-theft squad police superintendent K Jayarajan. Gopi is an accused in about 17 theft cases.

 
         Govt files affidavit favouring Mukkam Muslim Orphanage    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Kerala government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in which it has taken a favourable stand towards Mukkam Muslim Orphanage where children were brought in from Jharkhand.

 
         Woman set ablaze case: Police release sketch of suspect    
 
 
KANNUR: Police have released the sketch of the person suspected to be the accused in the case in which a woman was set ablaze on a Kannur train on Monday.

 
         Blackmailing case: Bail for accused    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court Tuesday granted bail to Jayachandran, accused in the blackmailing case. He was granted conditional bail. Bail was granted to him earlier in other cases.

 
         Absconding cop surrenders    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kazhakoottam circle inspector Shibu Kumar, who was absconding after suspension in a bribe case surrendered here Tuesday. He was suspended for demanding a bribe of Rs 5 lakh from an accused to avoid his arrest.

 
         Woman dies after suicide attempt    
 
OYUR: A woman who attempted suicide died here Tuesday. Though she was taken to the hospital, her life could not be saved. The van carrying the victim to the hospital overturned in between and she was taken in another vehicle.

 
         Jawahar School remains closed    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Jawahar English Medium School in Kudappanakkunnu remained closed on Tuesday. The Kerala High Court had yesterday suspended a government order granting permission to reopen the school where a UKG student was allegedly locked up in a kennel.

 
         Baby dies in 'sleep': Police start investigation    
 
CHAKKARAKAL: A 40-day baby who was sleeping with her parents on Saturday night was found dead next day morning. The police have started investigating the death that happened near here following allegations that there was something mysterious about the death.

 
         Search on for man who jumped into river    
 
 
KATTAKADA: A man, who is said to have come out of his house after a quarrel, jumped into a river in the presence of onlookers. Police and Fireforce personnel are conducting the search for the man.

 
         Vigilance probe against Harison to continue    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has clarified that the vigilance probe being held against Harison Malayalam Plantation could continue. A single bench of the court pronounced the order, rejecting the petition filed by Harison to stay the investigation.

 
         CPI payment seat: Lokayukta orders probe    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Lokayukta has ordered an inquiry into the complaint that CPI Lok Sabha candidate Bennet Abraham’s was a payment seat. IG Suresh Raj Purohit has been entrusted with the investigation charge.

 
         Man held in alleged murder case    
 
KASARGOD: Police Monday took into custody a man for his alleged involvement in the murder of a woman in the district a month ago. Police said Satheesan was taken into custody in connection with the murder of Rajani (35) who was running a home nursing centre at Cheruvathur in the district.

 
         Student locked in Kennel: HC stays opening of school    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court Monday stayed the decision reopening the Jawahar English Medium School where a UKG student was allegedly locked up in a kennel by the school authorities. The court passed the order following the plea of the student’s mother against the opening of the school.

 
         900 litre spirit seized    
 
THRISSUR: Nine hundred litre spirit that was being transported in a mini lorry was seized at a place near Mannuthy old police station on Monday morning.

 
 
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