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KOTTAYAM: The court has acquitted one more accused in the Vithura sex scandal case. Former Excise Commissioner T M Sasi was acquitted by Special court judge S Shajahan. This is the second verdict in 15 cases in the second phase of the trial. One more case is pending against Sasi.

 

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KERALA HEADLINES
Those returning to Hindu religion will be welcomed: VHP  
Body of boy found in well  
A Sampath falls ill while protesting  
No re-examination in liquor policy, says Chandy  
Attack on Krishna Pillai Memorial: First accused surrenders  
What happened in Kerala was not Maoist attack: Chennithala  
Congress MLAs support changes in liquor policy, criticizes Sudheeran  
Solar case: Complainants to be examined first  
Sand ferrying: Case against six including SIDCO MD  
Pension fund in KSRTC  
Maoist attack: Two in custody  
People should unite against conversion, says Suddheran  
Maoists attack in Palakkad & Wayanad, set ablaze jeep  
Kerala’s first Ghar-Vaapsi in Haripad, eight families convert to Hinduism  
Sudheeran has breached party discipline, says Hassan  
Group squabbles in congress worsened liquor policy, says P C George  
Vigilance raids fail to yield results, says director  
Sudheeran has become a laughing stock, says Vellappally  
I’ve not called any meeting of Congress MLAs, says Chandy  
More de-addiction centres soon: Sivakumar  
K P Udayabhanu award for P Jayachandran  
Youth league to agitate for complete liquor ban  
Crores offered to withdraw ‘Nilpu Samaram’: C K Janu  
No more changes in liquor policy: K C Joseph  
Sudheeran’s statement will weaken govt: Hassan  
 
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