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       Bus charge to increase; Ordinary minimum fare to be Rs 8
 
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The bus charge in the State will increase soon. The ordinary minimum ticket fare will go up to Rs 8 and there will an increase in kilometre-wise fare, accordingly.
 
The above recommendation for hike was made in the report submitted to the government by M Ramachandran Committee.
 
The report has been handed over to the chief minister, who is also holding the charge of Transport, now.
 
After tabling the report in the cabinet meeting the recommendation will be implemented with required changes. 
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One dies as car crashes on to tree  
LDF again split over K M Mani, Kodiyeri rejects Kanam’s statement  
CPI central leadership has turned into ghost house: Rajaji Mathew Thomas  
Is it proper for police to investigate case against police: HC asks govt  
Liga killed by choking using wild climber? Boat used to reach mangrove forest found  
Yet another child dies from HIV after undergoing treatment at RCC  
Stone pelting against KSRTC bus  
Liga was killed during rape attempt  
Display warnings in films, serials that depict sexual abuse: Human Rights Commission  
Don't want Mani's help in Chengannur: Kanam Rajendran  
Modi trying to divide India on basis of caste: Chidambaram  
Rs 5 lakh compensation handed over to Liga's sister  
CPI reiterates reunification dream of Communist; Yechury says Nepal is lesson  
Sreejith’s death: HC to conduct inquiry against Paravur Magistrate  
Chengannur by-polls on May 28, Counting begins on May 31  
Centre trying to interfere in judicial functioning: Chennithala  
KSRTC is no place for lazy people: Thachankary  
Humanizing intensive care  
Varapuzha: Court grants custody of RTF officers  
Keerthana’s death under suspicion: Police to find Sowmya’s husband  
Liga’s death: Yoga teacher being questioned  
Lapse in cadre system, there exists factionalism: CPI organisational report  
DNA test result confirms body to be of Liga  
Artiste collapses, dies during Thrissur pooram  
 
Is it right to blame Paravur Magistrate Smita over Sreejith's custodial death?
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