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         Scribe killed in accident    
 
KASARAGOD: Prakashan Kuttamath, 32, reporter-cum-camera person of the Neeleswaram-based C-net channel, was killed in a road accident near Cheruvathur.

 
         Six vehicles seized for dumping waste    
 
KOCHI: A joint inspection squad formed by the Cochin Port Trust, CISF and the Kerala police seized three lorries, a car, a two-wheeler and another vehicle for dumping waste on the sides of the National Highway between Old Mattancherry Bridge and Alexander Parambithara Bridge on September 16 and 17.

 
         Basheer, Khader file papers    
 
MALAPPURAM: Four candidates filed nominations for the October 11 Vengara Assembly byelection here on Wednesday. They included the key contestants of the UDF and the LDF.

 
         Prisoner escapes from train    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An under trial prisoner, who was under judicial custody at the Poojappura Central Prison in connection with cases of burglary, escaped from a train while returning after a court appearance in Ernakulam.

 
         Youths allege roughing up by police, probe on    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The city police have commenced a probe into the alleged manhandling of two youths who were reportedly taken into custody by the Fort police.

 
         Baba Ramdev visits Mata Amritanandamayi    
 
KOLLAM: Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev called on spiritual leader Mata Amritanandamayi at her ashram at Amritapuri. It was the maiden meeting between the two.

 
         Jilted classmate attacks MBBS student    
 
KOCHI: A final year student of MBBS programme at the Government Medical College, Kalamassery, was on Tuesday attacked with a cricket bat by her classmate, whose proposal she had turned down earlier.

 
         Two killed as car rams tipper lorry    
 
KOCHI: Two persons, including a Civil Police Officer (CPO), were killed when a car rammed a tipper lorry coming from the opposite direction at Puthenkurishu along the Kochi-Dhanushkodi highway on Tuesday.

 
         Rain causes crop loss worth Rs 3 crore    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A day after heavy rains affected normal life, the district witnessed clear sunny skies for most of the day on Monday. Barring a few incidents, no major damage were reported by the district authorities on the day.

 
         No tax exemption for Technopark building    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A meeting of the city corporation council held on Monday decided to cancel a decision taken by the Tax Appeals Standing Committee last year to give tax exemptions to the Tejaswini building on the Technopark campus.

 
         Three acquitted in murder case    
 
KASARGOD: A district court on Monday acquitted three youths who were accused of the murder of Muhammed Sinan in April 2008. Pronouncing the verdict, Principal District and Sessions Court judge S Manohar Kini acquitted Jyothish Kumar, 30, Kiran Kumar, 30, and K Nidhin Kumar, 33, for want of evidence.

 
         Amit Shah's wife offers prayers at Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: While BJP National President Amit Shah appeared before a special SIT court in Ahemdabad in connection with Naroda Gam riot case, his wife Sonalben Shah offered prayers at world famous richest Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple on Monday.

 
         Inmates of juvenile home reported missing    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Poojappura police have registered a case in connection with two inmates being reported missing from the juvenile home.

 
         Nurse suspended for administering wrong drug    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A nurse with the Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital who administered wrong medication to a 52-year-old patient was placed under suspension, pending inquiry, on Sunday.

 
         IG Sreejith to lead Nirmal chit fund probe    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: State Police Chief Loknath Behera issued an order entrusting Inspector General (Crimes) S Sreejith with the investigation into the alleged Nirmal chit fund scam.

 
         Two women hurt as wall caves in    
 
KASARAGOD: Two women were injured when a compound wall of a house caved in near Bekal in the incessant rains in north Kerala over the past two days.

 
         Nurses’ agitation turns violent    
 
KOTTAYAM: An agitation launched by nurses at Bharath Hospital here turned violent when the police tried to forcibly remove them. Following this, the United Nurses Association (UNA) declared a ‘black day’ on Saturday.

 
         Auto driver found dead    
 
KOCHI: The charred body of an auto driver was found dead in mysterious circumstances along an isolated stretch of the road near the Jacobite Church at Peechanikkad near Angamaly town Friday morning.

 
         Homestay business will take tourism sector to new heights    
 
KOCHI: Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran said the homestay business could be able to take the tourism sector in the state to new heights. Inaugurating the second Homestay and Rural Tourism Travel meet here, he said it was calculated that by 2014 over 4.35 trillion dollar of GDP would be generated from the tourism sector.

 
         Civilian labourer found dead    
 
KOCHI: In a suspected case of accidental death, a civilian labourer, who was working inside INS Dronacharya was found dead on Friday. The dead was identified as Michael G (37), a resident of Fort Kochi, near here.

 
         Rema moves HC for CBI investigation    
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday directed the central government and the CBI to respond to a petition filed by K K Rema, wife of slain Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) leader T P Chandrasekheran, seeking a CBI probe into the larger conspiracy behind the murder of her husband.

 
         Cong strike against price rise on Sept 26    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The KPCC political affairs committee (PAC) on Wednesday gave shape to a phased agitation programme against the centre and state government with price rise and the demand for bringing petroleum products within the purview of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) slab as its core issue.

 
         Next KPCC chief via consensus    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) has decided to stick to the path of “election through consensus” to select its next president.

 
         15 injured as container lorry rams crowd    
 
THRISSUR: Around 15 people were injured, two of them critically, when a container lorry rammed a crowd of bus passengers on National Highway at Amballur on Wednesday.

 
         Former High Court judge dead    
 
KOCHI: K A Nayar, 87, a former judge of the High Court of Kerala, died here on Tuesday. He was ailing for some time. He was appointed a judge of the High Court in January 1989 and served in the post for four years.

 
         Youth held on charge of murder attempt    
 
KOCHI: The Kochi city police on Tuesday arrested a 22-year-old youth on the charge of attempting to murder a film producer in a late night drunken brawl at a bar in Kathrikadavu five months ago.

 
         SIT to examine Suni’s claim against Nadirsha    
 
KOCHI: Amidst the uncertainty over interrogating actor-filmmaker Nadirsha, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) has begun attempts to find out whether Sunil Kumar, aka ‘Pulsar’ Suni, prime accused in the actor’s abduction and sexual assault case, had received money from the filmmaker.

 
         Hoteliers plan to intensify strike    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hoteliers in Kerala will intensify their ongoing agitations seeking steps to address the alleged anomalies that existed while levying the Goods and Service Tax (GST) on food bills.

 
         City police praised for ensuring safe Onam    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The City police have come in for applause for having ensured that the state capital, the hub of Onam festivities, remained free of untoward incidents.

 
         State film awards presented    
 
THALASSERY: When Adoor Gopalakrishnan stepped on to the stage to receive the J C Daniel Award from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, more than 15,000 people at the Municipal Stadium applauded loudly.

 
 
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