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         Cabinet decides to resume resurvey    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet Wednesday decided to resume the resurvey work which was stopped in 2012. The cabinet is planning to complete the resurvey in a time bound manner. The resurvey work which started in 1969 has not been completed till now.

 
         Cash looted from beverages outlet    
 
 
KOLLAM: A major theft was reported from the beverages outlet in Sasthamcotta. Cash of Rs 14 lakh was looted from the outlet after tying up the security employee Tuesday night between 11 and 11.30 pm.

 
         Pinaryi warns self-financing colleges for indulging in irregularities    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Coming down heavily on self-financing colleges in the state, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Tuesday warned that the government would bring to book such institutions which are indulging in irregularities in the state.

 
         All should cooperate if load shedding is needed: Minister    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Power crisis is severe in the state and if load shedding is needed, all should cooperate, said Power Minister M M Mani. Meantime, the government is trying to exempt power cut, he said.

 
         Normal life hit during hartal in Kottayam    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Stray incidents of stone throwing were reported from various parts of Kottayam Tuesday during a dawn-to-dusk hartal called by the Cherama Sambava Development Society, a community organization, to protest alleged atrocities against Dalits by outfits associated with ruling CPI (M) in the district.

 
         Colourful start for Kalolsavam 2017    
 
 
KANNUR: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Monday inaugurated the 57th School Kalolsavam at Nila, the main venue of the fest. Singer K S Chithra was the chief guest at the function presided over by C Raveendranath.

 
         Sreelekha shifted, Muhammed Yasin new Intelligence ADGP    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has carried out a major shuffle of top police officials. Intelligence ADGP R Sreelekha has been shifted from the post. Muhammed Yasin will replace her. Sreelekha has been appointed as jail ADGP.

 
         Vigilance case against SIDCO former MD Saji Basheer    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The vigilance has registered a case against SIDCO former managing director Saji Basheer for illegal appointments after violating norms. A case has also been registered against Basher’s former additional secretary P A Kasim.

 
         Man commits suicide after killing daughter    
 
 
CHERTHALA: In a bizarre incident, a man allegedly committed suicide after strangling his daughter to death. The dead has been identified as Chandran (62) of Cherthala and Vaani (26).

 
         SFI march to Law Academy turns violent    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The SFI march staged to the Law Academy in the city turned violent on Sunday. The students smashed the window panes, chairs and the CCTV cameras installed in the college.

 
         Youth stripped, tied to pole and beaten    
 
 
THRISSUR: In a moral policing incident, a youthwas stripped, tied to a pole and beaten brutally by a mob at Kodungallor in Thrissur. The youth identified as Salam was seriously injured and has been admitted at the taluk hospital in Kodungalloor.

 
         Public should participate in protests, says Chandy    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: The protests staged by the opposition in the state should be disciplined and it should have the participation of the public, said former chief minister Oommen Chandy. Strikes should be taken forward through Gandhian ways.

 
         Chennithala asks to suggest issues to raise in assembly    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala asked public to suggest issues to be raised in the budget meet of the assembly starting next month. The suggestions should be sent to the leader’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/rameshchennithala. The public can convey the immediate needs of local and public issues of the state. The government’s reply would be posted in Facebook like last year, he said.

 
         Kamal insulted Modi and Suresh Gopi, says Kummanam    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Director Kamal insulted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and actor and Rajya Sabha member Suresh Gopi, alleged BJP chief Kummanam Rajashekaran.He alleged this in the Facebook along with a video of the speech of Kamal.

 
         More Keralites in ISIS camp, says NIA    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Soon after the 22 missing Keralites joined terrorist organization ISIS, 12 more are also found working in this organization, said National Investigating Agency (NIA. The NIA has obtained the details of the new persons who have joined the organization and has handed it over to the Afghan government and Interpol.

 
         School youth fest to be under Vigilance radar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has directed Vigilance Chief Jacob Thomas to keep the upcoming State school youth festival in Kannur under close watch and take action against mafias who may influence the results and conduct of the fest. The education department should ensure that the appeals against results are solved in a just manner. The education minister was also asked to submit guidelines and instructions to avoid unnecessary interference and favouritism while results a

 
         Congress readying for strike series against Centre-State govts    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC political affairs committee has decided to hold a rally and a public conference at Marine Drive on March 4 to chart out plans to organise agitations against the Centre and State governments. National leaders will take part in the meeting. KPCC president V M Sudheeran said a Rajbhavan march of Cong activists and corporate employees will be held on March 18 to protest against the Centre’s attitude towards Corporate banks.

 
         Makara Jyothi becomes visible at Ponnambala medu    
 
 
SABARIMALA: Lakhs of Ayyappa devotees got the view of Makara Jyothi at Ponnambala medu, amidst chanting of Saram, Ayyappa mantras and clang of temple bells

 
         Dr Shabnam bags first rank in first NEET PG Entrance    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Dr Shabnam, a Keralite has bagged first rank in the first all India NEET P G Medical Entrance exam. Shabnam is the daughter of advocate K A Zafeer and Nazeera of Peroorkada in the capital city.

 
         No probe against Kamal C Chavara    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It is a fake campaign that a probe is being conducted against writer Kamal C Chavara in a case of insulting the national anthem, said DGP Loknath Behra. In a press release, he said there is no case against Kamal presently. A case had been registered against Chavara earlier.

 
         Cong shows intolerance when Modi implements Gandhian concepts: Muraleedharan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP leader V Muraleedharan has said the Congress had kicked up a controversy over Khadi calendar released by the Khadi Commission since they were intolerant of Modi’s implementation of Gandian concepts. “It is the Congress which had forgotten Gandhiji along with Khadi. The party remembered Sardar Vallabhai Patel, who stood for united India, only when the BJP commemorated him. Even then, they made a controversy out of it. Congress which is intoxicated with power has for

 
         Makaravilakku: Lakhs throng Sabarimala to welcome ‘Sankrama Sandhya’    
 
 
SABARIMALA: On Saturday, there has been a flow of devotees to get a glimpse of the idol of Sabarimala Swami Ayyapan, which will be decked up with ornaments and flowers to the hilt in the evening. Special Ornaments for the purpose will be brought in procession from Pandalam palace through Panthalam thara, the traditional forest path. The procession will reach Sannidhanam at 6 in the evening (Sankrama Sandhya).

 
         10 months may be needed to make Enathu bridge motorable    
 
 
PATHANAMTHITTA: An expert Committee has opined that six to ten months may be needed to complete the repair works of the pillar of Enathu bridge that had sunk into the soil.

 
         No theatre should be closed again, says Dileep    
 
 
KOCHI: None of the theatres in Kerala should be closed again, said actor and producer Dileep. The new organization to be formed with producers and exhibitors in Kochi today will be a new gathering for the Malayalam film industry, Dileep told reporters when he came to attend the meet to discuss about the new organization.

 
         Theatre strike withdrawn in state    
 
 
KOCHI: The ongoing strike staged by the Film Exhibitors Federation has been withdrawn in the state. Film Exhibitors Federation president Liberty Basheer said they are withdrawing the state after government had assured to convene a meet if the strike is called off. He said from today onwards “A’ Class theatres will screen films.

 
         Nobody has any right to say one should leave country, says CKP    
 
 
KANNUR: Former BJP chief C K Padmanabhan has come to the fore with a reply to party state general sectary A N Radhakrishnan for asking noted director Kamal to leave the country. Who has the right to ask a person to leave the country, he asked at a press meet.

 
         Action against Toms Engineering College    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: The APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University is likely to take action against Toms Engineering College in Mattakkara. It is heard that the report of registrar Dr J P Padma Kumar and exam controller S Shabu appointed by the government to probe the harassment in the college has recommended action against the college.

 
         Enathu bridge: G Sudhakaran to order probe    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Public Works Minister G Sudhakaran has said a detailed probe will be ordered into the incident in which a pillar of Enathu bridge developed crack and plunged further down into the soil. It will be probed whether the technical fault is behind the damage. "The construction work of the bridge was done when P J Joseph was the minister concerned. Officials have been asked to submit the files related to the work. Opinions of technical experts will also be sought. There is al

 
         Toms College: Chandy rejects allegation against him    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former chief minister Oommen Chandy has said the allegations against him, linking him to Toms College, is totally baseless. He told media persons on Friday that he was ready to undergo any penalty if the claims against him could be proved.

 
         Film Exhibitors’ Federation heads towards split    
 
 
KOCHI: In the midst of their fight for better share of profit, Film Exhibitors Federation is seemingly heading towards a split. Ignoring the strike declared by the federation, a majority of A Class theatres have decided to screen new releases, paving the way for the division within the organisation.

 
 
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