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       HEADLINES: Oppn disrupts proceedings on second day, assembly adjourned                                              Three students injured as teacher’s car hits them                                              Rahul has assured LDF’s victory in Assembly election: Pinarayi                                              K M Mani thanks opposition                                              No slump in in flow of tourists in Kerala: Anil Kumar                                              Technical snag in video conference delays Headley's deposition                                              Oppn carrying out campaign of lies against AIADMK: Jaya                                              Rahul asks whether there is any truth in allegations levelled                                              Condition of soldier remains critical: Army hospital                                              JNU orders inquiry into holding of Afzal guru event despite no permission                                              Sanders defeats Clinton, Trump wins in New Hampshire                                              Rehman Malik rubbishes Headley's testimony                                              S Africa outcry over Zuma's ties with Indian-origin biz barons                                              Ban Ki moon warns against ISIS spread in South Asia                                              Defeat was a very, very good wake-up call: Gavaskar                                              No country should feel insecure playing in India: Thakur                                              India will be toughest to beat in World Twenty20: Watson                                              Indian tennis players bag three gold                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Plus Two students ‘beaten up’ over social media post    
MAVALIKKARA: A ten-member team allegedly beat up Plus Two students over their Facebook post. The victims are the students Vishnu, Akshay and Aswin from Mavelikkara Boys’ School. The incident happened on Wednesday at around 3:30 pm in front of Mavellikkara Government Boys’ High School.

         VS making bad comments, says Muraleedharan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress leader K Muraleedharan’s has given a strongly-worded answer to Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan’s statement in the Assembly that he was ashamed to be the Opposition leader in the House where Chandy is the chief minister.

         Govt gave sanction to build 431 check dams: P J Joseph    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In reply to Ahammed Kabeer MLA’s calling attention motion in the Assembly on Wednesday, Minister P J Joseph said, after coming to power, the current UDF government gave sanction for building 431 check dams/regulators.

         Solar commission comes down heavily on CM’s counsel    
KOCHI: The solar commission came down heavily on chief minister’s counsel for trying to defame Saritha S Nair, an accused in the solar case. The chief minister’s counsel Sreekumar is questioning her like in a criminal case, blamed commission chairman Justice Sivarajan.

         CM, Saritha as ‘couple’ in flex board, clash at Secretariat    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police had a tough time when secretariat employees’ political divisions crossed the limits on Wednesday. The police had to intervene when the organization in favour of the congress and the one in favour of the CPM together staged a flex board war leading to a clash.

         No slump in in flow of tourists in Kerala: Anil Kumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister A P Anil Kumar has informed the Assembly that last year as many as 7,75,390 foreign tourists visited Kerala till October. The number of foreign tourists was 9,23,366 in 2014, 8,58,143 in 2013, 7,9,36,956 in 2012 and 7,32,985 in 2011. Even during the period of economic recession in Europe, there was no decline in the inflow of foreign tourists. J S Jayalal, E Chandrasekharan, V Sasi and P Thilothaman informed that the Tourism department had devised several busines

         K M Mani thanks opposition    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V S Sunil Kumar said former minister and KC (M) chairman K M Mani openly thanked the opposition for their statement in the assembly about the dual justices shown at K M Mani and Minister K Babu.

         Rahul has assured LDF’s victory in Assembly election: Pinarayi    
CHENGANOOR: CPM Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan has sarcastically said Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi, on Tuesday, assured the victory of the LDF in the coming Assembly election.

         Allow entry for women at Sabarimala: Shashi Tharoor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Union Minister and MP Shashi Tharoor has said that all women should be allowed to enter Sabarimala temple. He said it was his personal opinion.

         Rahul asks Congress to fight elections together    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a strong warning to the warring factions within the party, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Wednesday urged party leaders to join together to fight the coming elections to state assembly unitedly to regain power for another five year term.

         Three students injured as teacher’s car hits them    
PATHANAMTHITTA: Three students of women’s polytechnic at Perumbilikkal in Pandalam sustained injuries when they were hit by a car driven by their teacher Wednesday morning.

         Manoj murder case: CBI files affidavit opposing Jayarajan’s bail plea    
KOCHI: The CBI Wednesday filed an affidavit in the Kerala High Court opposing CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan’s anticipatory bail plea in the murder case of RSS activist Kathiroor Manoj. The CBI told the court that Jayarajan is the brain behind the murder case.

         Oppn disrupts proceedings on second day, assembly adjourned    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The assembly proceedings were adjourned for the second day following heated exchanges over solar and bar bribery cases. Though the opposition protested during question hour in the beginning, cooperated later.

         UDF government has kept its promises: Rahul    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has said the UDF government under Oommen Chandy had kept its election promises and the Front would face the election unitedly. He was speaking at Shangumugham at the concluding day of the Janaraksha yatra on Tuesday.

         Attukal pongala on Feb 23; Regional holiday declared    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has declared regional holiday on February 23 on account of Attukal Pongala this year. The Pongala festival will begin with the hoisting of temple flag on February 15. The festival rites will start at 10:30 am on the day with ‘kappu kettu and kudiyiruthal’. Pongal day falls on Karthika star and Pournami day.

         News that I’ll not contest with Pinarayi is being spread to help CPM enemies: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: “The report that I will inform the Central leadership that I shall keep off the election fray if I were to contest with CPM Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan is just a move to help the LDF enemies,” Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan asserted on Tuesday.

         CM has the conscience of a thief, says VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The chief minister has the conscience of a thief, alleged opposition leader V S Achuthanandan. When evidences are produced against corruption, the chief minister says that he works according to his conscience and not according to morality.

         People will snub Opposition stand: Chief Minister    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said the people will scorn at Opposition’s stand vis-à-vis Solar case. “They are moving against the government based on incomplete statements of a solar scam accused. Even after sitting for about 14 hours in front of Solar Commission, the advocate of the accused didn’t ask me even as single question. My stand was not to evade inquiry but to give answer to all questions, whoever that came from” the minister told the Assembly on Tuesday

         Bars are still open in Kerala, says Kanam    
KOCHI: The bars are still open in Kerala and have not been closed, said CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran. The closure of bars is just virtual.

         Jayasurya encroached puramboke land near lake, says Kochi corporation    
KOCHI: Kochi Corporation Secretary has submitted to Vigilance court a report that affirms the allegation that actor Jayasurya had encroached puramboke land near Chilavannur Lake. In the report, it is said that about three cents of land were encroached by the actor.

         If Saritha is lying then why a case is not registered, asks Kodiyeri    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Why a case is not being registered against Saritha S Nair if her allegations are all untrue, asked CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

         Saritha hands over evidence including pen drive to Solar Commission    
KOCHI: Solar case accused Saritha S Nair has handed over more evidence including the pen drive to the Solar Commission. She informed the Commission that the sealed cover contained the pen drive and she had more evidence with her. “Within three days, I shall give other evidence to the Commission through my advocate. I am also not willing to make them public,” said Saritha. It was her second submission of evidence in sealed cover.

         Saritha can enter Cliff House kitchen, says VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Assembly Tuesday witnessed heated exchanges between the ruling Congress and opposition LDF following the controversial statement of opposition leader V S Achuthanandan. Opposition deputy leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan sought permission for the adjournment motion.

         Political conspiracy behind editing of Biju’s disc, says Pinarayi    
ALAPPUZHA: There is a political conspiracy behind the editing of the disc produced by hotelier Biju Ramesh in the bar bribery case, said CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan. There may be some political interest for Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and his aides.

         Kerala student falls to death from terrace in Bengaluru    
MOOVATTUPUZHA: A Malayali student in Bengaluru who was speaking on her mobile phone and walking on the terrace, slipped and fell down to death on Saturday.

         Be kind to empanel KSRTC employees, VS tells govt    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has said the government is unkind to the plights of KSRTC empanel employees. He was inaugurating the indefinite fast called by KSRTC empanel employees’ organisation in front of the Secretariat, demanding the regularisation of temporary staff who had completed five years of service.

         Assembly adjourns after paying tributes to A C Jose    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Assembly Monday adjourned for the day after paying tributes to former Speaker and Congress leader A C Jose, who passed away few days ago.

         Singer Bombay Jayashree bags Swaralaya G Devarajan Puraskaram    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Karnataka musician and playback singer Bombay Jayashree has bagged Swaralaya-G Devarajan’s national music award. The award carries a cash prize of Rs one lakh, citation and a plaque

         TP Srinivasan, Siddique Congress candidates?    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former diplomat and Higher Secondary Education vice-president T P Sreenivasan, who was assaulted by CPM activists at the venue of Global Education meet recently, and actor Siddique are among the names suggested by Congress as their candidates for the upcoming Assembly election, it is hinted.

         Shukkoor murder case: Court orders further probe against P Jayarajan and T V Rajesh    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court Monday ordered a CBI further probe against CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan and T V Rajesh MLA in the murder of Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) worker Abdul Shukkoor.

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