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October 20, Friday 2017 4:25 PM       
       HEADLINES: BJP Medical scam: Vigilance ends inquiry                                              School Sports: Palakkad wins first gold                                              Writer Thuravoor Viswambharan passes away                                              I didn’t block ambulance, was making way for it: Accused                                              V S Achuthanandan turns 94                                              Chidambaram's comment on EC not appropriate: Gujarat CM                                              Roads filled with garbage post Diwali revelry                                              Modi offers prayers at Kedarnath Temple                                              N Korea threatens US of 'unimaginable' nuclear strike                                              Hafiz Saeed's house arrest extended by 30 days                                              Asia Cup: Dominant India thrash Malaysia 6-2                                              Denmark Open: Prannoy, Srikanth, Saina to play respective QFs                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         I doubt decision to oust Dileep from AMMA was right: Kalabhavan Shajon    
 
 
KOCHI: Kalabhavan Shajon has said that the decision to oust Dileep from Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) was unanimous.

 
         Kdakampally's proposed China visit against national interests: MEA    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Replying to an RTI query, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has said that the Kerala tourism minister Kadakampally Surendran was denied permission to visit China to take part in a tourism event because it was ‘against national interests’.

 
         Protest erupts in party village again; ‘Puzha Kokkukal’ succeeds ‘Vayal Kilikal’ in Kannur    
 
 
KANNUR: The natives of Keezhattur in Kannur district had earlier took out a successful protest against land filling of paddy fields and building a bypass even as the CPM is in power.

 
         Politics cannot be allowed in campuses: HC reiterate    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has reiterated that politics in college campuses will affect the academic atmosphere of the institution, and added that it’s the government that has to ensure that the academic atmosphere is campuses doesn’t get affected.

 
         V S Achuthanandan turns 94    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative Reforms Commission chairman V S Achuthanandan has turned 94 on Friday. He had a quite celebration at his official residence Kowdiar House, where he distributed sweets to those who went to greet him.

 
         I didn’t block ambulance, was making way for it: Accused    
 
 
KOCHI: The car owner who drove his car in front of an ambulance carrying an infant in critical condition, not giving it way to rush to hospital, has said that he was actually not blocking the ambulance but making way for it.

 
         Center blocks appointment of Senkumar    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Central government has blocked the appointment of former state police chief T P Senkumar to the Kerala Administrative Tribunal.

 
         Writer Thuravoor Viswambharan passes away    
 
 
KOCHI: Writer and Sanskrit pundit Professor Thuravoor Viswambharan passed away on Friday at a private hospital here. He was 74.

 
         School Sports: Palakkad wins first gold    
 
 
PALA: Palakkad has won the first gold in the Kerala State School Sports and Games 2017. P N Ajith of Parli school won the gold in senior boy’s 5000 metre.

 
         BJP Medical scam: Vigilance ends inquiry    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vigilance has closed the Medical college bribery case that had sullied the image of State BJP. The Vigilance could not find evidence for the fact that BJP leaders had taken bribe. It was under these circumstances that the police decided to close the case.

 
         If violence is stopped, we are ready for discussions: Kummanam    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State Chief Kummanam Rajasekharan has said the party was ready for discussions on Kerala’s development if the environment of violence and tension are ended.

 
         Campus Politics: HC order is disgraceful, says M A Baby    
 
KOLLAM: CPM Politburo member M A Baby has said the high court’s order banning politics in campus was disgraceful. “Even during the Emergency period, the order banning campus politics was not implemented,” he said while inaugurating a workshop and function for according reception to ollege union representatives at Kollam Town Hall College.

 
         Actress attack case: Police decides to make Dileep first accused    
 
 
KOCHI: The police have decided to make actor Dileep the first accused in the Kochi actress attack case. Currently, he is eleventh accused and Pulsar Suni, the quotation team leader, is the first accused. The decision to tighten noose around Dileep by making him the first accused was taken at the meeting of Investigation Officers held at Police Safe House in Kochi on Thursday under the leadership of ADGP B Sandhya. The meeting was also attended by the Special Prosecutor in the case Sureshan.

 
         If Indians don't want me, I'll play for some other country:Sreeshanth    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Cricket Star Sreeshanth has said that he will wage a legal fight against BCCI for slapping life-long ban on him again in connection with the match-fixing case.

 
         Solar Commission trusts Saritha more than people’s representative Oommen Chandy: K Muraleedharan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress MLA K Muraleedharan has criticised Solar Commission and justified former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. “If the intention was to listen only to what Saritha had to say, what is the use of appointing a Commission, spending Rs 7.5 crore?” he asked.

 
         Oommen Chandy exploited me, says Saritha's letter    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM; In the complaint given to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Saritha has requested for appointing a special investigation team to investigate alleged assault against her. “There are flaws in earlier investigation and an attempt was made to make me an accused,” she says in the complaint she sent as a letter to the chief minister through another person.

 
         Solar: Govt. just trying to save its face, says K C Joseph    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking at a press conference, senior Congress leader K C Joseph MLA has said that the new decision of the government to convene an assembly to table the solar report is just to save their face.

 
         Rajamanikyam IT Infrastructure Ltd MD    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A G Rajamanikyam IAS, who was removed as KSRTC Chairman cum Managing director, will be appointed as Kerala State IT Infrastructure Ltd Managing Director. The decision on this was taken by the cabinet meeting on Thursday.

 
         Spreading bad publicity won’t work in Kerala: Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Inaugurating the meeting of the Government Press Employee’s Association, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that no one needs think that you can come to Kerala and say just anything, and the people would believe it.

 
         Cabinet decides to give 250 acres for solar park    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet meeting has given permission to sublease the 250 acres of land in Hosdurg taluk in Kasargod district to the Power Corporation of Kerala to build a solar park.

 
         Solar: Oommen Chandy criticises govt    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former chief minister Oommen Chandy has come down heavily on the government over taking a second legal opinion on the solar issue.

 
         Solar: Govt. seeks legal advice again    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has decided to seek legal advice again over the report submitted by Sivarajan Commission that investigated the solar scam.

 
         Forced religious conversion is unconstitutional: HC    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has said that forced religious conversion is unconstitutional, and instructed the police that they should maintain vigil against such religious conversion centres, and shut them down if needed.

 
         Dileep forged fake medical documents: Police    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police have found out that Dileep had forged fake documents in connection with the actress attack case.

 
         CPM leader GD Nair passes away    
 
 
PAYYANUR: CPM leader, Kerala School Teachers Association (KSTA) state vice-president, and former Payyanur Corporation chairman G D Nair (78) passed away on Thursday.

 
         There’s no boundary for love, inter-caste marriages should be encouraged: HC    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has expressed its support for inter-caste and inter-religious marriages by saying that there is no boundary for love and that all love marriages should not be publicised as love jihad or ghar vapasi.

 
         Special assembly on Nov 9, solar report to be tabled    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A cabinet meeting of the state government has decided to seek the recommendation of the governor to convene a special assembly on November 9 to table the Justice Sivarajan Commission report. Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala had earlier asked for the same.

 
         Saritha lodges complaint against former SIT    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the Solar Commission report is embroiling in controversies, the main accused in the case Saritha S Nair has come up with fresh allegations against the special investigation team (SIT) that investigated the case.

 
         Dileep offers prayers at Sabarimala    
 
 
SABARIMALA: Actor Dileep, who got out on bail from the jail in connection with the actress attack case, has visited Sabarimala. He reached the Sannidhanam by about 6.00 am on Thursday.

 
         Land encroachment controversy: Thomas Chandy not to go on leave    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister Thomas Chandy’s office has informed that the minister won’t be going on leave next month and rejected the reports in certain media in this regard.

 
 
Is there any logic in making Dileep the first accused in the actress attack case?
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