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         KPCC president should not be mean: E P Jayarajan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM central committee member E P Jayarajan has come down heavily on KPCC president V M Sudheeran for his stand on tax hikes.

 
         Edn Minister is dumb: P Jayarajan    
 
 
KANNUR: CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan has said that Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb is a dumb person. He said this on Saturday after inaugurating a march in Kannur.

 
         Chandy plays down Modi’s statement on Muslims    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that what Prime Minister Narendra Modi said about the Muslims in India is same as what the Congress has been saying for years. When the Congress says that, it will be pooh-poohed as party’s agenda to appease the minority.

 
         Modi's remarks on Muslims repetition of Congress version, says Chandy    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks that Indian Muslims were patriots were borrowed from the Congress, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said Saturday. Speaking at a party function here, he said it was a repetition of what the Congress had described about Muslim community since long but the BJP dismissed it as an attempt to appease the minorities in the country.

 
         Woman flyer with one and a half kg gold held    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A Tamil woman passenger who arrived at the Thiruvananthapuram airport today morning was held by Customs officials for allegedly trying to smuggle gold out of the airport. Police officials said she had concealed one and half kilogram gold inside her undergarments.

 
         Medicos held for brawl    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The medical college police Saturday arrested two medicos after a fight broke out between them. The two arrested have been identified as Harikrishnan (26) of Karunagapally and Nithin of Anchal.

 
         Man commits suicide after hacking wife to death    
 
 
KOTHAMANGALAM: A man committed suicide on Saturday after hacking his wife to death. The incident happened at Kothamangalam Kottapadi. The dead have been identified as Thoma (47) and Mary (42). Police have reached the spot and started investigation. More details are awaited.

 
         CPM on defensive over Manoj murder case: Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh has hit out against the CPM over the alleged murder of RSS Kannur district Shareerik Shikshan Pramukh Kathiroor Manoj.

 
         Sudheeran was aware of tax hike plans: Kodiyeri    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president C M Sudheeran has come under scathing criticism from Deputy Opposition leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

 
         HC rejects bar owners’ plea    
 
 
KOCHI: In a setback to bar owners in Kerala, the high court has rejected the petition filed by them against the government’s move to close down 418 bars.

 
         Kerala’s financial difficulty not result of liquor policy: Sudheeran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has said that Kerala’s financial difficulty is not the result of its new liquor policy. “One should not mix up financial crisis and liquor policy. And it is known to everybody that the liquor policy is not yet implemented,” he said.

 
         Stones pelted at doctor’s house in Chittoor    
 
PALAKKAD: Stones were pelted at a doctor’s house in Chittoor, Palakkad. His house and car were damaged. The attack was carried out after a two-year-old- boy died while undergoing his treatment.

 
         It’s like CPM taking law into its own hands: Chennithala    
 
 
THRISSUR: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said that CPM’s call to boycott additional taxes was like the party taking the law into their own hands. The government will not allow anyone to take law into their own hands. He was speaking to media persons after visiting Viyoor Central jail.

 
         2.5 lakh to take PSC exam on Saturday    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: About 2.5 lakh candidates will take PSC examinations for last grade posts in various departments on Saturday. However, they are likely to face difficulty in catching buses to exam centres as the KSRTC has not made any special arrangement for additional services during the day.

 
         Liquor ban: India should emulate Kerala model    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has showered praise on Kerala’s decision to go for complete liquor ban in a phased manner. The minister said no words would suffice to congratulate Kerala for its bold decision.

 
         C Divakaran to be exempted from CPI national council    
 
 
NEW DELHI: C Divakaran MLA is likely to be exempted from CPI National high power committee. He is reported to have given a letter to the central leadership of the party, stating that he is ready to accept any action taken against him by party’s national council over Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha seat controversy.

 
         Madhani’s bail extended for one more week    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has extended the bail of Bangalore blast accused Abdul Nazar Madhani to one more week. The PDP leader had approached the apex court, seeking its permission to go back to Kerala for further treatment. The court will examine the plea while considering the case next week

 
         Man electrocutes himself after trying to kill wife, children    
 
 
ETTUMANOOR: A man electrocuted himself on Friday after making an attempt to kill his wife and children with a hammer. The deceased was Rajan (45), who was living in a rented house at Peroor Chettekavalayil near here. He allegedly killed himself after winding copper wire around his toes and passing current through it.

 
         Two youths crushed to death under lorry wheels    
 
PUNALUR: Two youths travelling on a bike were crushed to death after they were run over by a speeding lorry. The deceased have been identified as Thomas’ son Santhosh (38), who was staying near Thenmala Ottakkal Railway station, and Aryankavu Sreenilayam Mohana Balachandran’s son Sudheesh (30).

 
         Housewife found charred to death    
 
 
RAMAPURAM: A widowed housewife here was found charred to death on Friday. The dead has been identified as Nandini (48) from Ramapuram Kazhithiri Sreekrishnavilasam (Kanjiratham kunnel).

 
         Former Indian Volleyball captain Udayakumar breathes his last    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A former Indian Volleyball captain and Aide De Camp to successive Governors of Kerala since 2002, K Udayakumar passed away on Friday. He was 54.

 
         Let people decide on CPM’s call for tax boycott: CM    
 
 
KOCHI: In response to CPM’s call for boycotting hike in taxes, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that “let the people of Kerala evaluate the CPM’s stand”.

 
         Son, wife held for mother’s murder    
 
KASARGOD: A man, his wife and son were arrested for murdering his mother following a property dispute. Ammalu Amma (68) was strangled to death at Perala in Bedakam.

 
         CPM gets ready for agitation against tax hike    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan said on Thursday that the party would agitate against the government’s move to hike taxes "for tackling Kerala’s near financial crisis". He called upon the people not to pay the hiked tax amount. The party would plan the mode of agitation after discussing the issue in the LDF meeting, to be convened shortly.

 
         Teacher sustains serious injuries in fall    
 
VENJARAMOODU: A teacher sustained serious head injuries in a fall from a KSRTC bus. She has been identified as Ramsikka (25), a teacher of Kaduvayil Thangal School. The incident happened Thursday morning at the Pullambara Kunnikkod turning at 8.30 am this morning.

 
         ‘Police identify accused in Manoj murder case’    
 
 
KANNUR: The special team of Crime Branch investigating the Manoj murder case has identified all the accused in the case. Some of them are already in the police net and the search has been intensified for rest of the accused.

 
         Youth sentenced to life for murdering girl    
 
 
PALAKKAD: The additional district and sessions court on Thursday sentenced to life imprisonment a 28-year-old-youth and imposed a fine of Rs 50,000 on him for murdering a girl after she rejected his love. The additional district and sessions court (III) judge K P John sentenced Shajahan (28) for murdering Anjusha (18), daughter of Mukundan of Thachattukkulam on August 18, 2009.

 
         SC upholds election of P K Basheer MLA    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Thursday upheld the election of Eranad MLA P K Basheer. The court passed the order rejecting the plea of P V Anwar, the rival candidate, with fine, questioning the victory of Basheer. A division bench led by Chief Justice R M Lodha said they are not willing to accept the electronic proofs which is not clear.

 
         Call Assembly meeting to discuss hike in levies: VS    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has asked the government to urgently convene an Assembly meeting to discuss the hike in taxes announced by it yesterday. He said in a statement on Thursday that the government should not impose the hike on the people until it got the approval of the Assembly.

 
         Editor Sukumaran was a warrior who never stooped before anybody    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition deputy leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said Kerala Kaumudi founder editor K Sukumaran, was a warrior who never stooped before anybody.

 
 
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