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       HEADLINES: CBI finds irregularities worth crore in Cashew Development Corporation                                              Three held in manhole death case                                              Body of woman recovered                                              Vellapally moots recruitment through PSC                                              Anju Boby George to be Sports Council president                                              PM invites Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh for tea                                              PM invited Sonia, Manmohan under 'public pressure': Rahul                                              Govt cites Hitler's actions to target Cong over Emergency                                              PoK is part of Pakistan, J-K will remain part of India: Farooq                                              Modi discusses GST bill with Manmohan, Sonia                                              US knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin                                              White House on lockdown after man jumps fence                                              IS claims attack on Shia mosque in Bangladesh: SITE                                              NZ win toss, bat first in maiden day-night test                                              Sindhu seizes semifinal spot at Macau Open                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Gender equality is against Islam: Kanthapuram    
KOZHIKODE: Kanthapuram A. P. Aboobacker Musalyar has come out with public comments against gender equality. He said equal status for men and women was against the principles of Islam. “Gender equality was against human conscience,” he said at a programme in Kozhikode on Saturday.

         Manhole tragedy: Contract company will give Rs 3 lakh to Naushadh's family    
KOZHIKODE: Contract company Sree Ram EPC will give Rs 3 lakh to the family of auto driver Naushadh, who died on Thursday after jumping into a manhole to save the lives of two labourers trapped inside it. The company made the above announcement on Friday. Earlier during the day, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy visited Naushadh’s house and offered to give his wife a government job based on her qualification.

         First Maraud murder case: HC cancels penalty of 12 convicts    
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has cancelled the sentence against 12 convicts in the Marad murder case. But the court upheld the sentencing of the second and 14th convicts. The incident related to the case took place in 2002 in connection with New Year celebrations. The violence resulted in the killing of three Hindus and two Muslims. At that time, 393 people from various political parties were arrested.

         Money, religion rule the roost in Kerala: Vellapally    
PALAKKAD: SNDP Yogam General Secretary has said that Samatva Munnetta yatra aims at mopping up the tears of the poor while what both Fronts (Left-Right) do here are drinking their tears. He was speaking after inaugurating the reception given to his yatra at Palakkad Kotta maidan on Friday.

         Endosulfan victims get bank’s legal notice for attachment of property    
KASARGOD: Endosulfan victims again get Banks’ legal notice to attach their property. This has come regardless of the high court order suspending bank’s all legal procedures to attach their properties.

         Manhole tragedy: CM offers help to family of auto driver    
KOZHIKODE: The government Friday offered assistance to the next of kin of an auto driver, who died of asphyxiation, along with two others from Andhra Pradesh, in a manhole district yesterday.

         V S criticises Pay Commission chairman    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has come out to criticise Pay Commission Chairman C N Ramachandran Nair. In his sarcastic style VS ridiculed, “It is fortunate that Nair stopped short of saying that the employees need to confine their organisational activities to their homes. He is a person who enjoyed his leaves to the hilt while he was in service.”

         K Muraleedharan rejects Dy Speaker’s post; Palode Ravi to be next choice    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress leader Palode Ravi may become the Deputy Speaker in the Kerala Assembly as K Muraleedharan MLA has expressed his unwillingness to take up the post.

         Anju Boby George to be Sports Council president    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala State government has nominated the name of Olympian Anju Boby Varghese for the post of Kerala Sports Council President. Kerala University Football coach P K Ibrahim Kutty will be the new vice-president. Anju will be replacing Padmini Thomas.

         Vellapally moots recruitment through PSC    
PALAKKAD: SNDP yogam general secretary Vellapally Natesan has said that the recruitment of all those who take government salary should be made through Public Service Commission. “He said SNDP was ready to implement this in institutions functioning under S N Trust,” he said, asking whether other community organisations were ready for the same.

         Body of woman recovered    
KAZHAKKOOTTAM: The body of the woman, who allegedly jumped off the Muthalapozhi Bridge into the sea along with her son, has been recovered. The body recovered has been identified as that of Sumi (28) of Anchuthengu. Her body was recovered from Valiyathura.

         Three held in manhole death case    
KOZHIKODE: Three top officials of a Chennai based engineering firm has been taken into custody in connection with the death of three persons, including two from Andhra Pradesh, in a manhole in the city yesterday.

         CBI finds irregularities worth crore in Cashew Development Corporation    
KOLLAM: The CBI has found irregularities worth crore in state’s Cashew Development Corporation. Cashew was bought from a company that did not partake in the tender, the CBI alleged. Also the cashew nuts were sold without following the criteria.

         Online Sex racket: Two women arrested from Tamil Nadu    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Two women who knocked down two policemen at a Kochi five star hotel and escaped in a car were arrested from Tamil Nadu on Thursday. The arrested were Thiruvananthapuram Vilappilsala native Mubeena and Alappuzha native Vandana.

         Panayikulam SIMI camp: Sentencing postponed to Nov 30    
KOCHI: The quantum of punishment for the first five convict who conducted secret camp at Panayikulam in Aluva camp in the name of banned organisation SIMI will be pronounced on November 30. While the trail on the punishment was going on today, the public prosecutor made a plea for awarding maximum punishment to the convicts.

         When justice is sought for communities, it is branded as fanatism: Vellapally    
MALAPPURAM: SNDP Yogam General Secretary Vellapally Natesan has said, in Kerala, the minorities are the real majorities now and land, wealth and power are in the hands of the minority communities. He was speaking at the grand reception accorded to his Samatva Munnetta Yatra, in Malappuram on Thursday.

         My office has no role in recruitment scam: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said that he was ready for any inquiry into police job recruitment scam. He asserted at a press conference here on Wednesday that his office had no role in the job scam.

         Hartal Regulation Bill in coming Assembly session, says Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The bill controlling hartals will be presented in the coming assembly session, said Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala. The bill will be passed in this session itself, he said while addressing the media.

         Job fraud: Youth Congress leader questioned    
ALAPPUZHA: The Crime Branch has taken Youth Congress Leader Naisal into custody for allegedly cheating people of lakhs of rupees after promising them job in the police department.

         No discussions on chief ministerial candidate: Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan said no discussions should be held now on who should be the chief minister. A decision will be taken after the majority the party gets in the assembly polls, he said.

         Police will reach Kochi tomorrow with Rahul, Resmi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Cyber Crime police team will reach Kochi with Bikni model Resmi and Kiss of love campaigner Rahul Pasupalan and record their statement in connection with the Online sex racket case.

         Three killed while cleaning sewer in Kozhikode    
KOZHIKODE: Two sewage workers engaged in cleaning a sewer line and an auto driver, who tried to rescue them, were suffocated to death at Palayam in the district. Workers of Sreeram Company identified as Bhaskar and Narasimha, natives of Andhra Pradesh and Nousahd of Karuvasseri were those killed.

         Cutting off hair: Sudheeran should apologize, says Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan asked KPCC chief V M Sudheeran to tender an apology for his allegation holding the party responsible for attacking the defeated congress candidate and cutting off a woman congress candidate’s hair.

         Court orders to produce Thadiyantavide Nazeer on Dec 4    
KOCHI: The Ernakulam Chief Judicial Magistrate Court (CJM) ordered to produce Lashkar-e-Toiba operative Thadiyantavide Nazeer in connection with a case regarding attempts to influence the witnesses in the Bangalore blast case.

         Bike accident in DB College: Accused held    
KOLLAM: The accused, a biker responsible for injuring a second year degree student of D B College in Sasthamcotta, has been taken into custody. The arrested identified as Hari Kumar of Shooranad was absconding soon after the incident.

         Alleged medical negligence: Doctor arrested    
KOTTAYAM: In a case of alleged medical negligence resulting in the death of a girl who had sought medical care for her injured finger, the police have arrested the doctor who had treated her.

         The scooter that runs on air !    
KOLLAM: Don’t worry if the prices of petroleum and diesel are going up. Here comes a scooter that runs on fresh air. It is an exhibit at the ongoing State School Science Fair and was presented by Thrissur Azhikode SSMHSS students Basim Akthar and N A Aslahu. It is a showstopper in the science fair.

         No special tribunal for Endosulfan victims    
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has clarified that there is no need for establishing special Tribunal for Endosulfan victims. It said on Wednesday that the package implemented by the government for the victims was satisfactory.

         Nod for bill on unification of hotel food prices    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Today’s cabinet meeting has given the nod for the bill that seek to unify the food prices in Kerala hotels. But it is not yet decided whether to introduce the bill in the coming Assembly session or not. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said at a press conference here on Wednesday that a decision in this regard would be taken by Business Advisory Committee.

         Not yet finalized who will lead polls, says Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The LDF has not yet finalized who will lead the front in the assembly polls, said CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan. Talking to reporters here, he said there is no significance for talks being held now in selecting the chief minister.

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