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       HEADLINES: Govt begins policy declaration speech; Opposition                                              Actress Bhavana gets married                                              Governor ‘skips’ criticism against Centre in his customary speech                                              PM Modi wishes for happier society on Basant Panchami                                              At least six dead as Kabul hotel attack ends                                              Indian envoy summoned as Pak alleges ‘Ceasefire violations’                                              Kabul hotel attack: Death toll at 18, may cross 40                                              ISL 2018: Kerala Blasters seek revenge against FC Goa                                              Buttler's ton helps England lock series against Aussies                                              Australian Open: Nadal romps into quarters                                              Australian Open: Bopanna-Babos advance into pre-quarters                                              ISL 2017-18: Jamshedpur FC beat Delhi Dynamos with superb comeback                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Abhaya case: Former Crime Branch SP named accused    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CBI court has made former investigation officer an accused in the sister Abhaya case, for allegedly destroying Abhaya’s clothes and related evidence.

         Governor ‘skips’ criticism against Centre in his customary speech    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In his customary speech in the Assembly today, marking the beginning of budget session, Governor Justice P Sathasivam is said to have skipped the portion in his speech that criticised the Centre. This has given rise to a controversy on Monday. The governor left out the sentence that the Centre has been trying to sabotage cooperative federalism.

         Dileep again trying to humiliate actress, alleges police    
KOCHI: In their new affidavit in the actress attack case, police have said that actor Dileep is again making attempts to humiliate the actress. “Dileep has tried to delete certain portions of dialogues from the video clippings, the main evidence in the case. Dileep is saying things that do not agree with basic logics,” police said in the affidavit given to Angamaly Magistrate Court.

         Survey will be privatised: Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam during his pre-budget address to the Assembly has said that a private agency will be entrusted with the task of resurveying lands in Kerala.

         Actress Bhavana gets married    
THRISSUR: Prominent South Indian star Bhavana got married to Kannada producer and businessman Naveen on Monday morning. The marriage took place at Thrissur Thiruvambady temple a few hours ago. The function was attended only by her mother, brother, close relatives and friends.

         Note ban resulted in financial crisis: Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam gas commented that hurried implementation of note ban had adversely affected the economy of Kerala.

         Govt begins policy declaration speech; Opposition    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam has begun policy declaration speech in the Assembly house, marking the beginning of the Budget session. But the Opposition protested, flashing play cards and banners that said governance had come to a standstill in the State.

         I’ve not talked against Rubella vaccination: A M Ariff MLA    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A M Ariff MLA has come out against the news doing the rounds in the media that he has talked against the Measles-Rubella Vaccination.

         CPM prefers Modi government: A K Antony    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior Congress leader A K Antony has said that the CPM in Kerala prefers the continuation of the Narendra Modi government.

         CPM and SDPI have same members in Kannur: K Surendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state general secretary K Surendran has taken to Facebook to allege that the same people are the members of both the CPM and the SDPI in some of the wards in Kannur.

         You need practical tactics to fight main enemy: Kanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPI state secretary Kanam Rejendran has opined that the Leftist parties must use practical tactics to fight the main enemy.

         A M Ariff MLA comes out against Rubella vaccination    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM assembly member A M Ariff MLA has come to the fore openly against the Measles-Rubella Vaccination.

         Family of revenue employees to receive free calls    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A decision has been taken to provide the family members of the employees of the revenue department with the post-paid CUG phone connection currently available only for the employees.

         Harrisons case: Kummanam to participate    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan will also participate in the cases relating to the land encroachment by Harrisons Malayalam Plantations.

         Pinarayi condoles death of Khagen Das    
KOLKATA: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has expressed his heartfelt condolence at the passing away of CPM central committee member and former MP Khagen Das.

         Syro Malabar diocese land deal: All issues will be sorted out soon, says Cardinal Alanchery    
KOCHI: Cardinal Mar George Alanchery has responded for the first time to the ongoing Syro Malabar parish’s land deal controversy. He has said that all issues relating to the problem would be sorted out in the next few days, and added that all issues related to him would also be solved shortly.

         Son’s murder: Jayamol’s mental health to be examined again    
KOLLAM: Reports say that the mental condition of Jayamol, who killed her 14-year old son Jithu Job in Kundara, will be re-examined. This move comes after her daughter Tina revealing that her mother suffers from mental imbalance.

         Withdrawal of case over squabble at ruckus is challenge to democracy: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that the withdrawal of the case relating to the ruckus that happened during the budget presentation at the assembly is a challenge to the democracy.

         Ruckus during budget presentation: Case likely to be withdrawn    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The case registered against six LDF leaders in the name of ruckus during budget presentation by former finance minister K M Mani in 2014, is likely to be withdrawn.

         Advocate Jayashankar mocks at transfer of IG P Vijayan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Advocate and political observer Jayasankar has come to the fore harshly criticising the transfer of Ernakulam range IG P Vijayan to police headquarters. In a Facebook post, he said that Vijayan was transferred not with a good intention.

         Mother, daughter killed in accident    
KASARGOD: A mother and daughter were killed after a lorry losing control struck the auto in which they were travelling in Poyinachi. The dead has been identified as Sobha (32) and daughter Vismaya (13), wife of Rajan of Chattamchal Mandalipara.

         CPI had done household job for Congress: Keala Congress M    
KOTTAYAM: Kerala Congress (M) has come out with harsh criticism against CPI ministers. “The departments handled by CPI like Revenue, Farming, Forest and PDS departments are headless. Once CPI did odd services for the Congress,” said Kerala Congress (M) in a statement released on behalf of Steering Committee members.

         ABVP calls for education bandh on January 22    
KANNUR: ABVP has informed that it will hold State-wide education bandh on January 22 in protest against the killing of ABVP worker Shyam Prasad in Kannur. ABVP National Secretary O Nidheesh said that it was their third worker who got murdered and demanded that the case NIA take up the case.

         Political killings will dent image of Kerala: Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam has condemned the killing of ABVP activist Shyam Prasad in Kannur. He said that consistent political killings in the State will destroy the image of the State.

         KSRTC increases Tamil Nadu ticket fare    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KSRTC has increased the fares of its Tamil Nadu-bound buses. KSRTC informed that the fares of buses going towards Tamil Nadu were increased considering the fact that Tamil Nadu also had raised bus fares.

         ANSI to study genetic disorders among Kerala tribes    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Anthropological Survey of India will carry out a research study on various genetic diseases and disorders, mainly Sickle Cell Anemia, prevalent among tribal communities in Kerala.

         Adbul Wahab MP re-elected as Global Kerala Initiative chairman    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Member of Rajya Sabha and industrialist P V Abdul Wahab MP has been re-elected as the chairman of the Global Kerala Initiative (Keraleeyam) that works for the betterment of Malayalees both inside and outside Kerala.

         CPM, police indirectly supporting ISIS: Kummanam    
KOCHI: Addressing a press meet at the Town Hall in Ernakulam, BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that the CPM and the police are indirectly supporting the ISIS terrorists, and added that the murdering of ABVP member Shyama Prasad in Kannur is a result of this.

         Police are being politicised, says Hassan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president M M Hassan has alleged that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has taken a stand to politicise the State police. With the reshuffle in police department, it has become clear that the officials those who don’t exist for the CPM will be removed.

         CPI in deathbed, KC(M) not returning to UDF: K M Mani    
KOTTAYAM: Kerala Congress (M) chairman K M Mani has come to the fore with a response to CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran remarking his party to be a ‘party in ventilator’.

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