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       HEADLINES: Food poisoning: 60 students in Wayanad hospitalised                                              New bench to consider Madani’s case                                              Have neither seen nor read Saritha’s letter, says Ganesh Kumar                                              Corrupt-free Civil service needed for new Kerala model: CM                                              Body parts found inside sack in Malappuram                                              Woman techie found murdered at railway station in Chennai                                              BJP upset over Swamy's tirades against Jaitley, top babus                                              Police detains AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya                                              SP revokes merger with Ansari's party, Akhilesh has his way                                              Defence Ministry nod to buy 145 ultra light howitzers from US                                              Huge explosion at hotel in Somali capital; gunmen inside                                              Pakistan claims 'important' leads uncovered in Sabri killing                                              Jitu Rai wins silver in ISSF World Cup                                              Sprinter Dutee Chand qualifies for Rio Olympics                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Cong leaders should have skipped Biju Ramesh’s function: Sudheeran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has criticised former chief minister Oommen Chandy and Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala for attending the wedding engagement of bar owner Biju Ramesh’s daughter. “The leaders should not have attended the function as Biju Ramesh was the person who had pushed the UDF government into crisis. Though it could be called a private function it has sent a wrong message to the people. The leaders should be judicious in such matters. There should be

 
         Body parts found inside sack in Malappuram    
 
MALAPPURAM: Body parts of an unknown person were today found inside sacks at Kizhisseri in Malappuram. The body remains were found in five sacks. Police said the carcass could be two year old. Kandotty police have registered a case and started investigation.

 
         NSS opposes any change to ban on women entry in Sabarimala    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Opposing any change to the ban on entry of women of menstrual age into Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala, Nair Service Society (NSS), a body of Kerala's influential Hindu Nair community, today urged CPI(M)-led LDF government to take steps to protect the custom and tradition of the hill shrine.

 
         Corrupt-free Civil service needed for new Kerala model: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said for a new Kerala model, corrupt-free Civil Services and reorganisation of the sector are necessary. The 1988 concept of a corrupt-free and efficient Civil Service is relevant even today. The chief minister said the government was rejecting the tenth pay commission and it would take a relook into contributory pension scheme. He was speaking after inaugurating a workshop on people-friendly Civil Service.

 
         Have neither seen nor read Saritha’s letter, says Ganesh Kumar    
 
 
KOCHI: Pathanapuram MLA K B Ganesh Kumar today deposed before the Solar Commission that he had not seen the controversial letter written by solar scam accused Saritha S Nair from jail, in which there was alleged mention of prominent leaders. “I only have hearsay information about the letter. The claim that Pradeep Kumar, who was my PA, reached Attakulangara jail and took possession of the letter is false,” Ganesh told Solar Commission Sivarajan after appearing at its Kochi Panampilly office

 
         New bench to consider Madani’s case    
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has formed a new bench to consider the case against Abdul Nasar Madani who had been arrested in a Bangalore bomb blast case and is now in a Karnataka jail.

 
         Food poisoning: 60 students in Wayanad hospitalised    
 
 
WAYANAD: An incident of food poisoning was reported from a Wayanad school today. As many as sixty LP class students of Muttil Orphanage Vocational Higher Secondary school were affected by food poisoning. They have been admitted to various hospitals in the district. But, nobody is in dangerous condition.

 
         Three arrested for ragging nursing student    
 
 
KALBURGI: Three senior students of a nursing college here were Saturday arrested in connection with the alleged ragging of a first year Dalit girl student from Kerala who is now being treated at a hospital in her home state for severe damage to her internal organs.

 
         Attack on plantation workers    
 
 
KASARGOD: Cheemeni plantation corporation workers were attacked today. Two women injured in the incident have been admitted to Cheruvathoor private hospital. The victims in the attack were working at the Corporation land at Nedumandi under Cheemeni Plantation Corporation. In the incident, Supervisor Suma and worker M Seema have been injured. The team of attackers had gone to the place in a jeep.

 
         Jisha murder: DGP to question Ameerul Islam    
 
 
KOCHI: Questioning Perumbavoor Jisha murder case accused Ameerul Islam for three days continuously has left the police with more doubts and confusion. The investigation team is yet to find out weapon, shirt used by Ameerul, his escape route, and where he had gone into hiding after the murder Police have come across certain fingerprints inside Jisha’s house that do not match with that of Ameerul. This gives room for the suspicion that more persons might have been present in Jisha’s house

 
         Stones ‘hurled at ABVP Secretariat march    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Violence broke out in the secretariat march taken out by ABVP men today, demanding protection for Vattiyoorkavu government polytechnic and expanding the basic facilities in the institution. SFI students allegedly threw stones at the march, when it reached the road in front of the University College. The march had started from Palayam. Seeing two stones flying from the University college premise, the irate ABVP workers made an attempt to rush into the college compound, crea

 
         Solar: Vigilance case against Oommen Chandy, Aryadan cancelled    
 
 
THRISSUR: Kerala High Court has cancelled a Thrissur Vigilance court order that directed the Vigilance to register an FIR against former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and former minister Aryadan Muhammed and start inquiry. The high court order was issued by a bench comprising Justice Kamal Pasha

 
         Nursing college ragging: SFI ready to speak up for victim    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: SFI has come out in support of the nursing student who was ragged in a college in Karnataka’s Gulbarga. “If the student is interested, we shall urge the government to give her an opportunity to study in Kerala,” SFI State Secretary M Vijayan said.

 
         Govt to create 25 lakh jobs    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government is aiming to create 25 lakh jobs in various sectors ranging from Information Technology to agriculture and small industries in the next few years.

 
         LDF government in right direction, says VS    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior CPM leader V S Achuthanandan has said LDF government’s administrative steps are the ones that give fresh hopes to the people. “The government is trying to set right the administration that was botched by the previous UDF government. The bureaucrats should be the facilitating force in the government’s activities,” he said.

 
         Procurement of coconut stalled; farmers in dire straits    
 
 
PALAKKAD: Kerafed’s procurement of coconut has come to a standstill, pushing the district coconut farmers to hard times. The disheartening news came when they were getting ready to take the coconut to Kerafed after plucking it. Kerafed was forced to stop procurement in the wake of rainy season as it was not possible to convert coconuts to copra (coconut shells) during this time.

 
         'Robber sneaks into court rooms, demolishes magistrate's laptop'    
 
 
KAYAMKULAM: A robber reportedly has entered the first class magistrate court in Kayamkulam and demolished the magistrate’s laptop. The incident that had happened at the premise where both Civil court and First Class Magistrate court lie, came to light today morning when the court proceedings were about to start. The robber appeared to have broken into the chamber of first class magistrate. The laptop here was seen smashed beyond repair. Black Coats and other clothes were seen scattered all

 
         New civil service is govt’s aim, says Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government is expecting a meaningful intervention from the officials and not a mechanical one in connection with the problems of the people. A service culture from employees should have to be developed. The present situation should change and a new civil service should come and this is the aim of the government.

 
         Four students injured in circuit blast    
 
KOTTAYAM: Four students in a Kanjirapally school got injured after an electric circuit blast occurred in the school workshop today. The injured are ninth standard students Aswin, Sebin, Antochan and Abichan. Nobody has sustained any serious injuries in the incident, which happened at Kanjirapally Kuvapally Technical School at 11 am.

 
         Smart City within three years, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Thursday said that an assurance has obtained that the construction of Smart City, the dream project of Kerala, would be completed within three years.

 
         One more die in State due to diphtheria    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: One more person died in Malappuram today due to diphtheria. The dead person is Malappuram Pulickkal Muhammed Afzas (14), who under treatment in Kozhikode Medical College. The other day Thanoor native Muhammed Ameer (16) had died due to the same reason.

 
         NDA meeting reviews poll outcome in state    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Pitching for building on NDA's Kerala Assembly election performance to strengthen the alliance for 2019 Lok Sabha polls, BJP President Amit Shah Thursday asked leaders to woo dalits and other marginalised sections and focus on converting the votes into more seats.

 
         Youth in water scooter missing in Kochi    
 
 
KOCHI: A youth, who fell into the water while travelling in a water scooter in the Kochi Lake, is reported to be missing. Two, who were with him have been rescued. He has been identified as Binish, native of Palakkad. A search is on to trace him.

 
         Jisha murder: Tell people the truth, says Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that people should be updated about the progress in the Jisha murder case probe. “Whatever information that can be made public should be made public. The information that is coming out is creating confusions among the people,” he told media persons today. “In several high profile cases, people are given the updates on the progress of the case. This is a system followed from very early days. In this case also that system s

 
         Clerk arrested for sexually abusing woman in court room    
 
 
ALUVA: The police arrested a bench clerk for sexually abusing a temporary employee in the court room. A bench clerk of Aluva First Class Magistrate Court identified as Martin was arrested Thursday morning.

 
         Arrest warrant against Saritha    
 
 
KOCHI: Solar Commission has issued an arrest warrant against Solar scam accused Saritha S Nair. The order is to arrest her if she doesn’t appear before the Commission by June 27. The Commission said excuses made by Saritha for not appearing before the Commission were lies.

 
         Youth killed in accident    
 
THRIKKAKKARA: A 24-year-old-youth was killed and another seriously injured in an accident that happened last night at the Pallikkara Road in Kakkanad. The dead has been identified as Vishnu, a native of Thiruvananthapuram.

 
         Players should not only aim for medals, says E P Jayarajan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The players should not only aim for a medal in the national and international competitions, said Sports Minister E P Jayarajan. But their aim now is only that, he said.

 
         Poojari held for having unnatural sex with students    
 
KOLLAM: A young poojari was arrested for having unnatural sex with school children. The Kadakkal police arrested the accused identified as Manilal, (25) a native of Ochira and a poojari of a temple in Bharatheepuram.

 
         Kerala nursing student ragging: FIR registered against 5 students    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Five students of a nursing college in Karnataka have been booked in connection with the alleged ragging of a first-year Dalit girl student, who has been hospitalised here with severe stomach problems, police said. The case was registered against Lakshmi of Kollam, Athira of Idukki and Krishna, Shilpa and Joe of Al Qamar College of Nursing at Gulburga, based on a statement from the 19-year-old victim, who is undergoing treatment at Kozhikode Medical College Hospital, Sub Inspector o

 
 
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