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December 03, Saturday 2016 11:09 PM       
       HEADLINES: Robbery in Kozhikode in the name of Maoists                                              Woman hacks son for creating nuisance                                              Black money at Kayamkulam transport depot: Two suspended                                              Man commits suicide after killing daughter                                              Wadakkancherry gang-rape: Probe under court’s supervision                                              Naidu-led panel on note ban to meet on Dec 7 & 8                                              Tax dept finds Rs 1.64 cr in undisclosed income from Jan Dhan accounts                                              Overweight Tejas won't be deployed on aircraft carriers, says navy                                              China dismisses Trump-Taiwan call as 'small trick by Taiwan'                                              Police plane with 13 on board missing in Indonesia                                              Obama meets UN Secretary-General-designate Antonio Guterres                                              School sports meet: Bibin George bags first gold, record for Babitha                                              Sachin bats for two pitches in single Ranji game                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Congress to picket Central govt offices on Dec 5    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As part of intensifying its agitation against the demonetization policy of the Centre, opposition Congress in Kerala will picket Central government offices in the state on December 5.

 
         Chennithala speaking for BJP, says Thomas Isaac    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has the same stand as that of the BJP over the demonetization of notes and is blaming the government to hide the embarrassment, said Finance Minister Dr Thomas Isaac. No one is noticing either the congress or Chennithala in connection with the demonetization of notes or in any other issue.

 
         Wadakkancherry gang-rape: Probe under court’s supervision    
 
 
KOCHI: The Wadakkancherry Magistrate Court said they would supervise the probe in the Wadakkancherry gang rape case. This decision was taken following the woman’s complaint that the probe is not in the right direction.

 
         Man commits suicide after killing daughter    
 
 
KOTHAMANGALAM: A youth committed suicide after killing his daughter over some domestic issues. The incident happened at Chelad in Kothamangalam. Manoj, a native of Kannur and a coconut climber committed suicide after strangulating his 12-year-old daughter Anju to death. Her body was found in a shed near the house and his body was found hanging in a land nearby.

 
         Govt failed in solving note crisis, says Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has failed in solving the crisis that erupted following the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, said opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala. The government was not able to see in advance that the salary of government employees would be disrupted, he said at a press meet.

 
         Black money at Kayamkulam transport depot: Two suspended    
 
 
KAYAMKULAM: Cash superintendent Sheeba Das and clerk Harikumar were suspended after unaccounted cash of Rs 4.60 lakh was confiscated in a raid conducted by the vigilance at KSRTC depot.

 
         Woman hacks son for creating nuisance    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A woman hacked her son for creating nuisance in the house in an inebriated condition. Anil K Raveendran (21), son of Raveendran was admitted in the medical college hospital last night for his injuries in the leg.

 
         Manhole accident: Job for Naushad’s wife    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government released a notification offering job to Safreena, wife of Naushad, a native of Karuvasseri and an auto driver, who died along with two others in a manhole in Kozhikode. Naushad died while trying to save the two when they fell into the sewer.

 
         Robbery in Kozhikode in the name of Maoists    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A complaint has been lodged stating that an old couple was robbed of gold by a gang of robbers who introduced themselves as Maoists.

 
         Fly to Thiruvananthapuram from Kochi just for Rs 799    
 
 
KOCHI: Indigo Airlines has come up with big offers for domestic passengers. The company has announced offers for selected routes. Those passengers who book in advance can avail themselves of the offer. Kochi-Tvpm, Coimbatore-Chennai travel will cost Rs 799 and Bengaluru-Hyderabad route will cost Rs 999. The offer will be available from Dec 14 to Oct 28.

 
         Peace School controversy: Three arrested    
 
 
KOCHI: Three persons attached to Peace International School in Kochi were arrested today in connection with the controversy that they taught students lessons that incited communal hatred in young minds.

 
         PFA rescues abandoned pet dog from Pettah    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A pedigree pet dog with blue collar that was found abandoned in front of Kerala Kaumudi Office was rescued by People For Animal rescue team today. The dog apparently a terrier breed looked aged hungry and tired when it was rescued.

 
         M M Mani’s statement against Sudheeran nonsense: Rajmohan Unnithan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC spokesperson Rajmohan Unnithan has said the statement made by Minister M M Mani against KPCC president V M Sudheeran is vulgar and indecent. “It is unbecoming of a minister to have made such nonsense. Now there is no hope that Ancheery murder case accused Mani would shed his criminal background at least after becoming a minister,” he said.

 
         Kummanam blames govt for financial crisis    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state chief Kummanam Rajashekharan Friday blamed the state government for the financial crisis witnessed in the cooperative sector and treasuries. Demonetization of notes was a revolutionary act since independence. It would be beneficial for the poor in the near future.

 
         Crisis in cooperative sector serious, should be solved, says SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday said the issues in the cooperative sector in states including Kerala following the demonetization of notes, are serious. A division bench led by Chief Justice T S Thakur directed to take all steps to put an end to the inconvenience caused to the people who have deposited n cooperative banks.

 
         ASI, wife 'attack' police    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A police team who came in search of a youth was beaten up by his police dad and mother. Three policemen got injured in the melee. The incident happened at Shasthamangalam at around 12 noon today. The attack was allegedly carried out by SAP camp ASI Jahangir and his wife. The incident is a continuation of a brawl among youths that took place in a club yesterday. In the fight a youth called Akash was injured.

 
         Won’t allow to destroy cooperative sector: Finance Minister    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Thomas Isaac said today that any attempt to destroy cooperative sector will be opposed using all strength and power. “Further steps will be taken after holding discussions with the chief minister on ways to protect the cooperative sector,” said the minister, who was in New Delhi to attend the GST meeting.

 
         Environmental clearance compulsory, says SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday upheld Kerala High Court’s order making mandatory environmental clearance to renew the license for quarries below five hectares.

 
         Income of govt firms to be moved to district co-op banks    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government is in a hurry to solve the crisis witnessed in cooperative banks following the demonetization of notes. As part of it, they have decided to transfer the revenue obtained from government firms including Beverages Corporation to district cooperative banks and overcome the crisis.

 
         Media ban: SC to interfere after HC decision    
 
 
NEW DEHI: The Supreme Court Friday directed to settle the case in connection with the ban imposed on the media following a clash between the former and the advocates in the courts of Kerala, at the earliest.

 
         Salary and pension distribution: Crisis continues for second day    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: On the second day of salary and pension payments, the situation in treasuries and banks is just the same as that of the first day. In many places, a heavy rush was witnessed as many queued up to receive their salary and pension payments.

 
         Complaint against customs officials for attacking passenger    
 
 
KOCHI: A complaint has been lodged against the customs officials for assaulting a passenger at the Nedumbassery Airport.

 
         Fake photo of Nilambur killing: Case filed    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Crime Branch has filed a case against those who circulated through social media a photo of Odisha encounter which showed police officers standing near the body of a Maoist woman. This was done in order to give the impression that State police personnel stood near the body of Ajitha killed in Nilambur encounter.

 
         Padmakumar leaves CPM, returns to BJP    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: G Padmakumar, who had left RSS to join CPM, returned to BJP today. All this has happened within four days. He announced the return at the K T Jayakrishnan commemorative meeting organised by Yuva Morcha at Putharikkandam maidan during the day.

 
         Gang arrested for exchanging invalid notes for gold    
 
 
IDUKKI: A gang of six persons who took demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 and returned gold of the same value was arrested today by Kattapana police. 467 gram gold and Rs One lakh were recovered from them. On a tip off, the police had approached the gang after posing themselves as customers.

 
         Father arrested for selling twelve-day-old baby    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A father who sold off his twelve-year-old baby, saying that he didn’t have money to bring it up, was arrested today. The child was sold to a couple yesterday at Marad Chakkumkadavu. The accused is Kozhikode Marad native Mithun. Reshma is his wife. Besides the baby, they have two other children. Mithun took the conscienceless decision after the birth of their third baby. Though his wife strongly opposed the move, Mithun sold the child to a childless couple.

 
         Zakeer Hussain’s bail plea rejected    
 
 
KOCHI: The high court has rejected the bail plea moved by Zakeer Hussain, the first accused in a case in which a businessman was kidnapped and threatened using goons. The court had taken at face value the argument of the police that on receiving bail, Zakeer would influence witnesses and destroy evidence. According to the case, Vennala native and businessman Jube Paulose was kidnapped and threatened by Zakeer. Police had filed a case against him under charges of non-bailable offence. Sidd

 
         Uniform Civil Code necessary for nation’s integrity: RSS    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: RSS Akhila Bharathiya Sahasambarka Pramukh Arun Kumar has said Uniform Civil Code is necessary for the integrity of the nation. He was speaking at a discussion on Uniform Civil Code here today. “In 1930, Karachi Congress conference had passed a resolution, making a demand for uniform civil code. In 1937, Maharashtra assembly had also passed a bill for this. Following this, a commission was formed with B N Rao as its chairman and it gave a report in 1944, favouring the

 
         RBI has released only half of the amount, says FM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released only half of the amount asked, said Finance Minister Dr Thomas Isaac. In this situation, the crisis would worsen in the coming days, he told reporters here.

 
         No protest today; Women entered Padmanabhaswamy temple wearing churidar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There was no protest today. Women wearing churidar entered Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple without having to face any kind of protest in front of the entrance. Meanwhile, those women who came in funky dresses like Leggings and ‘Three-fourths’ were asked to wear dhoti over it as before and enter the temple. In the chief executive officer’s order, there was no permission for such kind of modern dresses. Chief executive officer K N Satheesh, in accordance with a high cou

 
 
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