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July 28, Monday 2014 11:54 PM       
       HEADLINES: Hima Shankar to approach human rights panel against police ‘harassment’                                              Clash in front of Kollam DCC office                                              Girl lodges complaint against Kochi blackmail accused                                              Woman attacked in train                                              VS writes to Modi seeking probe on CS’s real estate connections                                              Curfew relaxed in Saharanpur                                              AAP activists arrested for defacing public property in Delhi                                              Child rape case: School reopens after 10 days                                              Facebook 'friend' rapes, blackmails 23-year-old techie in Indore                                              Australia, Netherlands plan fresh attempt to reach MH17 site                                              Downing of MH17 'may amount to a war crime: UN                                              N Korea threatens nuclear strike on White House                                              Canada's Bezzoubenko wins five golds in Glasgow                                              CWG: Judokas Pathania, Parikshit in quarters; Avtar out                                              Apurvi bags gold, shooters give three more medals                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         VS writes to Modi seeking probe on CS’s real estate connections    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan Sunday sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking a probe on chief secretary E K Bharat Bhooshan’s connections with the real estate. The letter has sought a probe by central vigilance commission on his alleged involvement in the land deal case.

 
         Woman attacked in train    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The railway police took into custody a youth for misbehaving with a woman at the women’s compartment of a train. The arrested has been identified as Aadiq of Tamil Nadu.

 
         Girl lodges complaint against Kochi blackmail accused    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police Sunday registered a sexual assault case against Jayachandran, arrested in the Kochi blackmail case, following a complaint lodged by an inmate of Poojappura Nirbhaya. The medical college police registered the case after taking the girl’s statement.

 
         Open two star bars, says panel    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state human rights commission directed to open two star bars of standard ones. Commission chairman J B Koshy said discrimination is seen in granting license to bars and in future it should be avoided.

 
         Illegal encroachment will not be allowed in Munnar, says Minister    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Steps will be taken against illegal encroachment in Munnar, said Revenue Minister Adoor Prakash. A high level meet will be convened on Tuesday to discuss further steps in the wake of the high court verdict on the Munnar issue.

 
         Clash in front of Kollam DCC office    
 
 
KOLLAM: A clash broke out between Congress activists in front of the Kollam DCC office. The clash broke out after some youth congress activists blocked DCC president Prathapa Varma Thampan in front of the office.

 
         Hima Shankar to approach human rights panel against police ‘harassment’    
 
 
KOLLAM: Popular drama artiste Hima Shankar and her friend Sree Ram Ramesh allegedly had a harrowing time at a police station on Friday night. They were detained by the police for no specific reason and were allowed to go only the next day morning.

 
         State’s interest will be protected in Munnar issue, says Chandy    
 
 
MUNNAR: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that State’s interest will be protected while dealing with illegal encroachment issue in Munnar. Necessary steps will be taken after studying the high court order instructing the government to restore the retrieved land.

 
         MLA hostel issue: All-party meeting on July 30    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Speaker G Karthikeyan has called an all-party meeting on July 30 to discuss the MLA hostel issue in which a blackmail sex scandal accused was allegedly provided a hideout in the hostel.

 
         MES can approach court, if it has complaints: K Muraleedharan    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: K Muraleedharan, MLA, has said that if Muslim Education Society (MES) has any complaint regarding the allotment of Plus Two batches, it could move court. There is no point in saying that Higher Secondary seats are remaining vacant.

 
         IAF copter crash: Malayali among the dead    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: A Malayali officer was also on board the helicopter which crashed yesterday in Uttar Pradesh’s Seethapur. The dead officer was Manu, 30, from Kottayam Pithrukunnam. Manu was a squadron leader and he along with six other personnel perished in the tragedy.

 
         MES sticks to stand on graft charge    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Muslim Educational Society State President Fasal Gafoor has said that he was sticking to its statement that bribe was demanded from the society for sanctioning Plus Two batches in its schools. He said he was ready to submit documents in proof of his allegation to the chief minister.

 
         Illegal occupants of MLA hostel evacuated    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Following the dramatic arrest of blackmail sex scandal accused Jayachandran from MLA hostel here on Friday, Assembly secretariat today evacuated illegal occupants from the hostel rooms.

 
         Lakhs perform Karkkidaka vavu bali    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Lakhs of people, today, offered Karkkidaka vavu bali rites to propitiate the spirits of their forefathers and bring good fortune in the year ahead. From early morning 4 o’ clock itself, people from different sections of society jostled to perform bali at temples and bali mandapams near beaches, rivers and temple ponds.

 
         Jayachandran not arrested from MLA hostel: Police    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Giving a new twist to the arrest episode of blackmail sex scam accused Jayachandran, the police have rejected the allegations that he was picked up from MLA hostel.

 
         HC orders return of retrieved land in Munnar    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has ordered the government to return the land retrieved as part of anti-encroachment drive in Munnar resort areas to its owners. It also cancelled acquiring of Abad/ Munnar Woods resort land.

 
         Vigilance inquiry against Ganesh Kumar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A vigilance inquiry has been ordered against former minister K B Ganesh Kumar. The order was issued by Thrissur Vigilance court. The inquiry was ordered based on a complaint that there was corruption in the construction of Thrissur corporation stadium.

 
         Action against anomaly in MLA hostel incident, if necessary: Speaker    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Speaker G Karthikeyan has said that action will be taken against any anomaly, if it has taken place, in providing accommodation to Blackmail case accused Jayachandran in an MLA hostel room.

 
         Pandalam sex scandal: SC rejects bail plea of accused    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has rejected the bail plea of the seven accused in the case in which a college girl in Pandalam was sexually abused. The court also has sent a notice to the government seeking their explanation on the appeal filed by the accused against the high court order upholding the punishment ordered by the trail court.

 
         Cancelling licence of rock quarry: Government asks for more time    
 
CHENNAI: Kerala Government has filed a petition in court, seeking more time to cancel the licences of rock quarries functioning without the approval of Environment ministry. The government, in the affidavit submitted to the Green Tribunal, has sought one more year’s time.

 
         Graft demanded for Plus two allotment: MES    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Muslim Education Society (MES) president Fasal Gafoor has alleged that certain persons from the ruling Front had demanded bribe from the society in order to allot new plus two batches to the schools run by it. The incident was also brought to the notice of Muslim League State general secretary.

 
         Kodiyeri seeks high-level probe in blackmail case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition deputy leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has demanded a high-level probe into the incident in which Blackmail case accused Jayachandran was arrested from the premises of the MLA hostel.

 
         Accused in Kochi blackmail case picked up from MLA hostel    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The fifth accused in the Kochi sex blackmail case was arrested by the police on Wednesday night from MLA hostel, where he was hiding out.

 
         KSRTC to strike on Aug 27, 28    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The employees of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) will observe a 48-hour strike on August 27 and 28. The strike is in protest against the renewal of permit to private buses.

 
         Councilor slits wrists in front of mayor    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A woman councilor allegedly attempted suicide at the Kozhikode corporation office. Congress councilor C S Sathyabhama tried to commit suicide by slitting her wrist in front of Mayor A K Premajam. Her suicide attempt was against the mayor for not solving the problems of her ward.

 
         I reached Delhi not for talks on reshuffle, says Chandy    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said Thursday that he is here not to hold any talks on cabinet reshuffle. I am here to meet five union ministers and two officials and after that will return to the state today itself.

 
         League is second biggest partner, says Kunhalikutty    
 
 
THRISSUR: Muslim League is the second biggest partner of the UDF, said Minister P K Kunhalikutty. If anybody has any doubts on it, can count and see. He said this while reacting to Kerala Congress leader Antony Raju’s statement to make K M Mani the chief minister.

 
         Son stabs mother to death    
 
 
PAYYOLI/THURAYUR: A 25-year-old youth stabbed his mother to death Thursday. The dead has been identified as Aamina (58), wife of late Ahamed of Thurayur. The police have arrested Aamina’s son Noufal following the incident.

 
         No consent to hike fees in self-financing management seats    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Thursday directed not to hike the fees in self-financing medical-dental management seats. A division bench led by Justice H L Dattu directed to conduct admissions in 50% seats from the government list. Following court directive, the managements withdrew the plea filed seeking a hike in fees.

 
         One killed after fishing boat capsizes    
 
KADAKKAVOOR: One person was killed after a fishing boat capsized at Anchuthengu. The dead has been identified as Joy (48) of Pandakasala. Joy along with Sebastian and Rijo ventured into the seat at 6 am Thursday morning.

 
 
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