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       HEADLINES: Tearful adieu to photo editor S S Ram                                              Woman confesses to have put baby in washing machine                                              Consumerfed: Subcommittee’s appointment puts Thachankery in a fix                                              Delay in final notification of Kasturirangan report                                              Old woman bound in sack: Police arrest one                                              38 passengers injured in train accident in Chennai                                              Sheena's father Siddharth Das quizzed                                              Pakistan violates ceasefire again                                              My clothes are simple, not made by designers: Modi                                              Delhi High Court orders permanent commission for women in Navy                                              'US cop tackled Indian grandfather in an improper manner'                                              Indian man injured after he was dragged by driver in US                                              Photographer of drowned Syrian toddler was 'petrified'                                              From a watery death, back home to Syria                                              ISIS fighters flaunt American M16 rifles                                              Serena, Nadal forced to dig deep                                              Federer, Wawrinka, Berdych enter third round in US Open                                              Leander, Sania book 2nd round berths at US Open                                              Serena struggles, Nadal also advances at US Open                                              Marvan Atapattu resigns as Sri Lanka coach after India defeat                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Conducting polls in Nov is a challenge, says Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state election commission will take a decision on Monday as to when the local polls should be conducted. The commission is examining in detail the judgment of the high court. The high court order was that the commission can take a decision on when the polls should be conducted.

         Old woman bound in sack: Police arrest one    
KOCHI: The police have arrested a person for making an attempt to dump an old woman on roadside after stuffing her inside a sack. The incident happened at 1:30 pm at Edapally junction. The locals tipped off the police after seeing the man under suspicious circumstances. In the search conducted thereafter, the police found the woman bundled up in a sack. The police soon took the youth into custody and he was found to be in inebriated condition.

         Delay in final notification of Kasturirangan report    
NEW DELHI: A final notification on the Kasturirangan report in connection with the protection of Western Ghats will be delayed, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

         HC orders eviction of forest land encroachers    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has ordered eviction of forest land encroached after 1977. A division bench led by Chief Justice Ashok Bhooshan and Justice A N Shefiq directed the government to start taking steps for it within six months.

         Consumerfed: Subcommittee’s appointment puts Thachankery in a fix    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even as controversy over appointment of Tomin Thachankery is hotting up, the three-member subcommittee constituted to inquire into corruption in Consumerfed worth crores of rupees will not step back.

         Woman confesses to have put baby in washing machine    
KOZHIKODE: In a shocking incident, a woman has confessed that she was the one who put her 20-day old baby in the washing machine. The woman identified as Hasna, wife Hydru of Karasseri revealed this to the police when interrogated.

         Tearful adieu to photo editor S S Ram    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A tearful homage was paid to S S Ram (47), noted photo editor of Kerala Kaumudi, who passed away Thursday morning. His body was consigned to flames at the Brahmin Community Crematorium at Karamana Friday morning at 10.30 am. People from different walks of life and from different fields paid homage to the departed soul.

         Father, accused remanded in rape case    
PUNALUR: In a shocking incident in which a 16-year-old girl was raped by the accused with the support of her father, both the accused and the father were remanded in police custody on Thursday.

         Transfer unexpected: Ajitha Begum    
KALPATTA: Wayanad SP Ajitha Begum has said that her transfer from Wayanad was totally unexpected. Ajitha who had earned fame as a role model SP within a short span of time, has been appointed as the principal of Thiruvananthapuram Police Training College.

         Flaw in security arrangement for Lieutenant Governor in Karipur    
KOZHIKODE: Defects have been noted in security arrangements provided to Lt Governor A K Singh at Karipur airport. The governor had to finally board service bus (used to ferry ordinary passengers) to move towards domestic terminal as the car arranged by the airport authority for him was ‘taken away’ by a DMK leader.

         EC can decide on local polls, says HC    
KOCHI: The election commission can decide on the local body polls, the Kerala High Court said. The court said this while saying the verdict on the demand to extend the polls.

         Woman attempts suicide after 'killing' baby    
VELLARADA: A woman from Vellarada attempted to commit suicide after allegedly killing her baby even as her husband would be arriving home tomorrow from abroad.

         Death of babies: Gynaecologist suspended    
MANANTHAVADY: A gynaecologist was suspended in connection with the death of three babies delivered by an adivasi woman in the midst of a journey. Duty doctor Sushma of Mananthavady district hospital was suspended in connection with the incident. She was suspended for dereliction of duty.

         ISIS link: UAE sends two Kochi natives back home    
NEW DELHI: The UAE government has deported two natives of Kochi to India for allegedly propagating ISIS ideologies through social media. Besides disseminating ISIS propaganda, they are also said to have shared certain ISIS documents via facebook, which resulted in their deportation on August 29. For the same crime, eight other nationals were also deported to their respective countries.

         Light Metro will be completed in time-bound manner: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has come out favouring the stand taken by DMRC advisor E Sreedharan over the Light Metro Project. He said that all issues related to Light Metro project had been solved. This was revealed by the chief minister after holding discussions with Sreedharan.

         Kerala Kaumudi photo editor S S Ram dies    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Kaumudi photo editor S S Ram passed away Thursday morning. He was 48. Ram suffered a cerebral haemorrhage last Thursday and was undergoing treatment at the Sree Chitra Institute of Medical Sciences. His condition turned worse this morning and died immediately.

         School textbook controversy: VS blames K P Mohanan also    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan has said that like the education minister, minister KP Mohanan, who is in charge of printing department, is also responsible for the mess created over school textbook printing.

         Situation tense in Kannur as RSS, BJP set to celebrate Sreekrishna Jayanthi    
KANNUR: As CPM men in Kannur have also come forward with celebration plans during Sree Krishna Jayanthi, besides the RSS, the return of political clashes is feared.

         HC direction for giving documents to Nisham    
KOCHI: Kerala High Court has given direction to a lower court to give Muhammed Nisham, the accused in Chandrabose murder case, a copy of the medical documents and video of the post-mortem pertaining to victim Chandrabose.

         Polls can be extended for a month, says election commission    
KOCHI: The state election commission informed the Kerala High Court that they are not against extending the local body polls for a month. The affidavit submitted in the high court by the election commissioner has stated that they don’t have any role on the delay in polls.

         Student drowns    
MALAPPURAM: A 15-year-old student drowned in Malappuram. He has been identified as Riswan. He was a tenth class student of Madhava Vilasam School of Vallikkunnu.

         RSS-CPM violence: CM for indiscriminate action    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that the government would take appropriate and indiscriminate action to tackle the law and order issues in the State. The chief minister was responding to questions regarding CPM-RSS clashes that took place in northern district recently.

         Irregularities in Pariyaram Medical College to be probed    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The special inspection team of the finance department will probe the financial irregularities of the Pariyaram Cooperative Medical College and its sister concerns. The cabinet had entrusted a sub panel to estimate the assets and liabilities before taking over the college.

         Private Uty only after solving all anxieties, says CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Permission for private universities will be given only after solving all anxieties by holding discussions in all levels, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

         Administrative sanction for Kochi cancer centre    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has informed that administrative sanction has been granted to Kochi Cancer Centre. The Centre’s function will start in a phased manner. In the first phase, Out-patient department will be started, in the second phase 150-bed hospital will begin to function and in the third phase research wing will start functioning.

         There were misgivings over Light Metro: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said he would hold discussion with E Sreedharan tomorrow regarding the implementation of Light Metro project. He told presspersons after the cabinet meeting on Wednesday that there existed certain misunderstanding regarding the project.

         Trusts and societies can start private university    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The higher education council Wednesday submitted a report to the government with recommendations like granting permission to start private universities for trusts, societies and companies in similar to other states.

         Strike affects normal life in Kerala    
THIRUVANTHAPURAM: The one-day strike called by trade unions to press their demands including withdrawal of proposed changes in the labour laws affected normal life across Kerala as shops downed shutters and vehicles remained off the roads.

         Low quality drugs banned    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has banned the sale and distribution of drugs found to be of sub-standard quality by Drugs Testing Laboratory.

         Non-subsidised LPG price cut by Rs 25.50    
NEW DELHI: The price of LPG gas cylinder without subsidy has been slashed by Rs 25.50 and the price of aircraft fuel (LTF) has been reduced by 11.7 percentage. The price of a cylinder that cost Rs 585 has come down to Rs 559.50 in New Delhi. This is the third time in a row that the price of non-subsidised cylinder is coming down.

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