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         Amit Shah seeks blessings at Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Bharatiya Janata Party's president Amit Shah visited the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple on Monday to seek the blessings of the presiding deity. Earlier, he interacted with leaders and workers of the BJP unit in Kerala here.

 
         RSS activist dies in bomb hurl in Kannur    
 
 
KANNUR: A RSS activist was killed after a bomb was hurled in Kannur. The dead has been identified as Elanthottil Manoj. The incident happened after a clash broke out with CPM activists. A tense situation is prevailing in the area.

 
         Four shutters opened in Neyyar dam    
 
 
KATTAKADA: Four shutters of two feet each of the Neyyar dam have been opened following heavy rains. The water level of the dam rose following incessant rains in the surrounding areas of the dam.

 
         Gold price drops    
 
 
KOCHI: A slight decrease was witnessed in the price of gold Monday. After a drop of Rs 10 per gram, the price is Rs 2630. After a decrease of Rs 80 per sovereign, the price of the yellow metal is Rs 21,040.

 
         CM, HM express displeasure in governor’s choice    
 
 
KOZHIKODE/KOCHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala expressed their displeasure against the NDA Government’s decision to appoint former Chief Justice of India P Sathasaviam as the Governor of Kerala.

 
         Train services resume after electric wire snaps    
 
 
KOCHI: Train services disrupted on the Kottayam route after snapping of an electric wire have been resumed. The electric cable in between Ernakulam South railway station and Kadavanthra was snapped.

 
         Supported congress along with CPM, says Panniyan    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: CPI supported the former UPA Government along with CPM, said party state secretary Panniyan Raveendran. CPM politburo member M A Baby’, who stated that the CPI supported Congress, should have talked more wisely, he pointed out.

 
         Suresh Gopi slams liquor policy    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Suresh Gopi Sunday slammed the liquor policy. If government’s aim is to ban liquor, then what for the beverages outlets, he asked. Why the bars were permitted to open till September 12, he asked.

 
         Making Sathasivam governor not acceptable, says Sudheeran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Making former Supreme Court Chief Justice P Sathasivam the governor of Kerala, cannot be accepted, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. He asked each and every one to examine whether it is appropriate to make former CJI’s governors.

 
         SC seeks state’s stand in child trafficking case    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court sought state’s stand over children from other states being illegally trafficked to the state. A bench led by Justice H L Dattu issued notice to the state on the plea of Aparna Bhat, amicus curiae in the case.

 
         Two Keralites killed in Tamil Nadu    
 
CHENNAI: Two Keralites were killed in an accident in Tamil Nadu. They have been identified as Thomson and Jibson, natives of Kannur. The accident happened when the car in which they were travelling in collided with a lorry at Dharmapuri.

 
         Muslim Cleric issues fatwa against Islamic State    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A noted Muslim cleric in Kerala Saturday issued a fatwa asking his community members to boycott the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist organisations.

 
         Chandy returns without meeting Sonia    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, who reached Delhi to meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice-president Rahul Gandhi, had to return without meeting them. Though Chandy had asked for appointment with the leaders to discuss issues including the bar issue, he was not given the time for the meeting.

 
         Restrictions on govt employees over joining organisations    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State government has issued an order, specifying the amendments it has brought into the services rules of govt employees. The employees have been restricted from joining religious and community organisations. On the other hand, they can take memberships in Trusts and charity organisations. The employees will have to resign membership or posts in organisations as and when demanded by the government.

 
         Stay on govt order making front and back doors compulsory in pvt buses    
 
 
KOCHI: State Transport department’s order making front and back (closed) doors compulsory has been stayed. The order was stayed by State Transport Appellate Authority, in response to a petition filed by private bus owners against making the doors mandatory.

 
         Ramachandran master sticks to his allegations    
 
 
THRUVANANTHAPURAM: Expelled Congress leader K K Ramachandran who had made serious allegations against Congress leaders in the Titanium case has said that he stand firmly by his statements.

 
         If everyone starts resigning because of case, nobody will be left in Cabinet: Kunhalikutty    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: If ministers start resigning when a case is filed against them, nobody will be left in the cabinet, Industries minister P K Kunhalilkutty has said. He said the demand for the resignation of ministers was not the right thing.

 
         Titanium case: The Vigilance to seek legal opinion    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption bureau would file case against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala and Public Works Minister V K Ebrahim Kunju only after taking legal opinion from experts.

 
         Hospital employee dies in bus accident    
 
 
KOVALAM: A hospital employee died today after she was run over by a KSRTC bus. The deceased, Leela, 54, from Thennoor Konam, Vizhinjam was crossing the road when the mishap occurred.

 
         Thrissur Archdiocese has come out against Vellapally    
 
 
THRISSUR: Thrissur Archdiocese mouthpiece ‘Catholica Sabha’ has come out with criticism against SNDP Yogam General Secretary Vellapally Natesan for his statement that if the liquor is banned, wine served in churches should also be banned.

 
         Met dept forecast heavy rains till September 1    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Met department has predicted possibility of heavy rains till September 1. The State is likely to receive 7 to 13 cm rains. Following the forecast, the government has asked District Collectors to be extra-cautious.

 
         Babu Sebastian, M G Vice-chancellor    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress (M) nominee Babu Sebastian has been appointed as Mahatma Gandhi Vice-chancellor. The government today issued an order in this regard. Governor Sheila Dixshit had signed the appointment order before putting in her papers.

 
         CBI backs out from Kozhikode ice-cream parlour case    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The CBI has informed the Supreme Court that it won’t be able to take up the Kozhikode ice-cream parlour case. In an affidavit submitted in the apex court, it said that since the case didn’t have inter-state links, a CBI inquiry was not necessary and the court could take a decision on future course of action

 
         Rajeev Nath, Chalachithra academy chairman    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: National Film director Rajeev Nath has been appointed as the chairman of Kerala Chalachithra Academy while Joshy Mathew has been selected for the post of Academy vice-chairman.

 
         Two hotels closed    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a raid conducted by Health department in Thiruvananthapuram, the officials found the interiors of two hotels being maintained in poor hygiene. Following this, the officials downed their shutters.

 
         Chandy meets Thanckachan    
 
 
ERNAKULAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today held talks with UDF convenor P P Thanckachan. The meeting took place at Aluva guest house in the morning. Chandy said he would divulge details of the talk to the media later.

 
         Two boys drown in Walayar dam    
 
PALAKKAD: Two boys drowned in Walayar dam, where they had gone to take bath. The deceased have been identified as Vineeth and Aashiq. They hailed from Coimbatore and they were among the team who were touring Kerala.

 
         Waving black flag at Chennithala: DYFI activist arrested    
 
 
KANNUR: A DYFI activist, who waved black flag at Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala when he reached Padiottuchalil Peringom, Kannur) has been arrested. In total, the police arrested ten persons in this connection.

 
         No evidence against CM: Aryadan    
 
 
KOCHI: Minister Aryadan Muhammed has said that there is no evidence against the chief minister in Titanium graft case. It was a case that was closed after the police investigation was complete.

 
         I have no role in Titanium case: Chennithala    
 
 
KANNUR: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has reiterated that he has no role in the Titatinium corruption case. “I was not the KPCC president while the cabinet took the decision on Titanium plant. The court has blamed me for matters I have no clue about. But I respect the verdict and will face any probe,” said Chennithala.

 
 
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