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February 21, Tuesday 2017 2:00 AM       
       HEADLINES: Youth surrenders after killing home nurse                                              Pulsar Suni flees from hands of police                                              Pinarayi orders arrest of 2,010 goons in a month                                              Those who speak against corruption mute, when they come to power: VS                                              Two killed in accident                                              DMK approaches High Court on trust vote                                              Palaniswami announces closure of 500 liquor retail outlets                                              BSP is now Behenji Sampatti Party: Modi                                              US Defense Secretary Mattis: No plan to seize Iraqi oil                                              South Sudan declares famine in parts of war-torn country                                              Pak army rejects report on Bajwa's 'read book on India' advice                                              Afghan cricketers Nabi, Khan create IPL history                                              Porter's son Natarajan: From tennis ball star to IPL big bucks                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Revive 'Operation Suraksha': Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said, in the wake of gangsters attacking a famous actress, the government should revive ‘Operation Suraksha’ to supress goon mafia.

         Attack on actress: Women’s Commission summons DGP    
NEW DELHI: National Women’s Commission has summoned DGP Loknath Behera in connection with the case in which a prominent South Indian film actress was attacked on Thursday night.

         Jishnu's death: Govt moves court against bail for P Krishna Das    
KOCHI: Kerala government has moved court for the cancellation of the anticipatory bail granted to Pampady Nehru Engineering College chairman P Krishna Das, the first accused in a case related to the death of the college student, Jishnu Pranoy. The term of the bail will expire tomorrow. In the petition, the government has alleged that Krishna Das managed to get the bail by misleading the court. “If the bail is extended, there is a chance for destruction of evidence and Krishna Das may influe

         Pulsar Suni files anticipatory bail plea    
KOCHI: Pulsar Suni alias Sunil Kumar, the main accused in the abduction and harassment of a popular actress, and other two accused have filed anticipatory bail pleas in the Kerala High Court. The two others who filed the bail plea along with Suni are Manikandan and Vijeesh.

         Attempt to rape Meghalaya girl on train: Kerala soldier arrested    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Railway police have taken into custody a soldier, a Kerala native, for allegedly trying to molest a Meghalaya girl on train. The arrested has been identified as Assam Rifles Jawan attached to Shillong battalion and Ambalappuzha native Simson (30). The 30-year-old victim has been working in a college professor’s house in Thiruvananthapuram. It was professor’s family members who went along with the victim to lodge a police complaint.

         Two killed in accident    
KOTTAYAM: Two persons were killed when a car losing control struck a lorry from behind. The condition of three is stated to be serious. The dead has been identified as Deepu (29) of Kayamkulam and Rajan (50) of Kottayam.

         Those who speak against corruption mute, when they come to power: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Taking a dig at the LDF government, Administrative Reforms Commission Chairman V S Achuthanandan has said that those leaders who speak against corruption are reluctant to act against it when they come to power. He was inaugurating the workshop titled – Corruption and Civil Services: Need for Transparency, organised by Law College and Indian Institute of Public Administration.

         Pinarayi orders arrest of 2,010 goons in a month    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who also holds the Home portfolio, on Monday directed the state's 14 district collectors to ensure the arrest of 2,010 goons listed by the intelligence wing in 30 days’ time.

         Is the state witnessing ‘vigilance raj’, asks HC    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court verbally criticized the vigilance and the vigilance courts of the state. The court asked whether the state is witnessing a ‘vigilance raj’. The court said vigilance courts should not pave way for unnecessary litigations. The court made the statement while considering the plea against the elevation of N Sankar Reddy as the DGP.

         Pulsar Suni flees from hands of police    
ALAPPUZHA: The police have intensified search for the main accused Pulsar Suni and his aides in connection with the abduction and harassment of a popular Malayalam actress. The investigation is now focused on the southern districts.

         Youth surrenders after killing home nurse    
THRISSUR: In a shocking incident, a youth after killing her lover, a home nurse, dumped her body at a banana plantation in Perumbilavu near Kunnamkulam. The dead has been identified as Varsha (28), daughter of Thulasi and Shobana of Oyur in Kollam.

         Don’t light candles, strengthen law and give severe punishment, says Mohanlal    
KOCHI: Actor Mohanlal has come forward showering support to the actress who was abducted and harassed by a gang yesterday. He has asked to stop expressing solidarity by lighting candles for the victimised actress. Instead of that should get assurance that in future none will have the courage to commit such a heinous crime, he wrote in his Facebook page.

         Pulsar Suni was my driver, says Mukesh    
KOLLAM: Pulsar Suni alias Sunil Kumar, native of Kodanad in Perumbavoor, wanted by the police in connection with the abduction and harassment of a noted Malayalam actress, was once my driver, said actor and MLA Mukesh.

         Culprits involved in abduction, molestation of actress identified    
KOCHI: The police has identified the seven accused in connection with the harassment of a noted Malayalam actress. Vadival Salim, Pradeep, Manikandan, Bijeesh and Manu were identified by the police today.

         Attempt to molest woman during train journey    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There was an attempt to molest a woman from Meghalaya during a train journey. She had lodged a complaint against the youths at the Thampanoor police station.

         Malayalam film fraternity showers support for actress    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Malayalam film fraternity has come forward showering strong support and solidarity to the popular actress, who was abducted and sexually abused on Friday.

         Attack on actress is an isolated incident, says Kodiyeri    
NEW DELHI: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan Sunday had seen the attack on the actress as a minor one. The attack towards her is an isolated one, he said. By this one cannot say that law and order has deteriorated in the state, he told reporters here.

         Two more held in actress' molestation case    
KOCHI: Two more from the seven-member team responsible for abducting and sexually assaulting a popular south Indian film actress, have been arrested.

         Attack on actress: More arrests    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police have arrested more accused in the incident in which actress Bhavana was allegedly attacked in Aluva. Police said there are seven accused in the case and four were identified; they have to identity three more persons. Police have seized the tempo traveller used by the accused.

         Guv returns file seeking release of 1850 prisoners    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam has returned the government file seeking the release of 1850 prisoners on the occasion of the dimanond jubilee of Kerala formation day. The governor has sent back the file, asking for explanation on the Supreme Court directions to be followed before release of prisoners.

         Vigilance files case against Chandy, Bharat Bhushan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau in Kerala today registered a case against former chief minister Oommen Chandy, retired top bureaucrat E K Bharat Bhushan and three others in a land grab case. The other accused in the Pattoor land case are two employees of Kerala Water Authority and a prominent builder. The Anti-corruption watchdog filed the FIR in the vigilance court arraigning the five persons, vigilance sources said. Chandy is the fourth accused in the case.

         Kaumudy Channel staff seriously injured in road accident    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kaumudy channel make-up man Akhil S (27) was seriously injured a speeding lorry rammed his bike past Friday midnight. He is on ventilator support in Thiruvananthapuram Medical College hospital. The accident happened when Akhil, a resident of Balapuram Vaniyar Street, was riding back home past midnight after office duty. The accident occurred at Mudavoorpara near Balaramapuram.

         Attack on Bhavana: Strong action will be taken, avers CM    
NEW DELHI: Strict and impartial action will be taken against the accused in the case in which actress Bhavana was allegedly kidnapped and harassed, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said. “What has happened is something that should not have happened. It is not known whether there was any issue between the actress and attackers. Police are viewing the incident very seriously,” he told media persons in New Delhi, vowing to take strict action against the culprits.

         V Muraleedharan sends defamation notice to Kodiyeri    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP leader V Muraleedharan has sent a defamation notice to CPM leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, seeking to retract his statement that the former used to step out of his Law Academy strike venue in the night to have food from home. The CPM State secretary should withdraw the statement within seven days and tender apology or else legal recourse will be taken against him.

         Hartal in Kollam tomorrow    
KOLLAM: BJP will observe hartal in Kollam district on Sunday in protest against the ‘murder’ of BJP activist and retired SI Raveendranath. The dawn-to-dusk hartal has however, excluded milk, newspaper, hospital and marriage from hartal. Raveendranath was admitted to Medical College hospital after he sustained head injury in a BJP-CPM clash at Kallara Kanjirathum Moodu on February 2. The clash occurred during the festival of a temple near Kanjirathinmoodu. He died today morning.

         Law and order gone for a toss: Mahila Congress National president    
NEW DELHI: Under the Communist rule, the law and order in the State has worsened, Mahila Congress National President Shobha Oza has said. The attack against a prominent actress is the latest evidence to this.

         Kerala Goon-mafia raj even doesn’t spare celebrities: V M Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran said on Saturday that Kerala had turned into a Goonda-quotation-Mafia Raj. “Even celebrities are not spared, let alone commoners”.

         Actress kidnapped, molested; one arrested    
NEDUMBASSERY: A five-member gang kidnapped and molested prominent actress Bhavana late night on Friday, according to a complaint lodged by her. Police have arrested the actress’ driver Chalakkudy Koratti native Martin (28), who is suspected have a role in the incident.

         School youth fest 2017: Honour for Kerala Kaumudi online; daily bags 3 awards    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Kaumudi online has won the special mention by the jury constituted by Kerala Education department to choose media organisations that did the best reporting at the State school youth festival 2017. Besides the above, it got awards for the best reporter, cartoonist and photographer.

         Principal allegedly beat up seventh class student    
KOTTARAKKARA: A seventh standard student of a school near Kottarakkara was allegedly beaten black and blue by the school principal. The student was locked up in a room and beaten up. Bruises were spotted all over his body. The student has been admitted to Kottarakkara Taluk hospital.

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