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June 19, Tuesday 2018 5:40 PM       
       HEADLINES: Important info in box found near Jasna's house                                              Strong action against ADGP's daughter if her complaint is fake: Behera                                              Dubai based NRI held for threatening to kill Pinarayi                                              Govt encouraging slave labour, says Chennithala                                              Students fall off school van, injured                                              Minister hospitalised on day seven of strike                                              Four Assam rifles jawans killed in Nagaland                                              Delhi HC asks who authorised Kejriwal's sit-in at LG's office                                              Three killed, 100 injured in Japan earthquake                                              Iran's president to visit Switzerland, Austria amid nuclear deal row                                              Messi regrets missing penalty against Iceland                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         For Behera too, 30 cops at his service    
 
 
THIRUVANANTAPURAM: When allegations of police constables being made to do menial jobs are doing rounds, State Police Chief Loknath Behera is also reported to have about 30 police men at his service. They are deployed in his office as well as house. In the house, there are six permanent police men on duty. In his office, besides confidential assistant, there are more than ten officials including those under DySP rank. There are also drivers, personal security staff and helpers.

 
         Students fall off school van, injured    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Two students fell off their school van on Tuesday and sustained injuries. They are the students of a private school at Ponkunnam - Jobitta (4rth std) and Avani (6th std). The children have been admitted to Kanjirappally General Hospital. Police have taken the van driver into custody in connection with the incident.

 
         Even KSRTC staff’s children don’t need job in KSRTC: Thachankary    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: At a function here on Tuesday, KSRTC MD Tomin Thachankary asked the children sitting in the front row, “what was their ambition in life”. Doctor, Teacher, Nurse… thus came out the answers. Suddenly he quipped - ‘So …no one wants to become an employee in the KSRTC?” This evoked bouts of laughter among the audience.

 
         Chennithala writes to Union Aviation Minister over Karipur airport    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has written to Union Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu to withdraw the steps taken to reduce the Fire Service category of Karipur airport from nine to seven.

 
         Puthussery registration: Collected Rs 35 cr tax, says minister    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Transport Minister A K Saseendran has said notices have been served on the vehicle owners, who had registered their posh vehicled in Pudusssery to evade Kerala road tax. From 417 vehicles, Rs 35 crore was collected in the form of tax.

 
         I’m innocent, says Ganesh Kumar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K B Ganesh Kumar MLA, accused of manhandling a youth and abusing his mother, said that he is innocent in the case. The allegation against me is part of staining the image of the government, he told the assembly.

 
         Govt encouraging slave labour, says Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The act of encouraging slave labour in police force is seen from the side of the government, said opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala. The reply of the chief minister shows that the government is not taking the slave service seriously.

 
         Oppn raises Kerala Kaumudi series as adjournment motion in assembly    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The opposition, on Tuesday, raised the issue detailed in the series titled ‘Kakkiyitta Adimakal’ published in today’s Kerala Kaumudi to move adjournment motion in the assembly . This was raised at a time when ill-treatment in police continues. K Muraleedharan sought permission for the motion on the news titled ‘Policil Vayattattiyum’ (midwives in police) published as first part of the series. Muraleedharan, who read the first lines of the series, asked the chief mi

 
         Dubai based NRI held for threatening to kill Pinarayi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The police Tuesday arrested a person for posting a video in Facebook threatening to kill chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Krishna Kumar Nair, a native of Kothamangalam, who was a rigging supervisor in Abu Dhabi-based construction company, was arrested at the Delhi Airport.

 
         Strong action against ADGP's daughter if her complaint is fake: Behera    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Loknath Behera has said if ADGP's daughter's complaint that police driver Gavaskar assaulted her and outraged her modesty is found to be fake, strong criminal action will be taken against her. Behera has come out with this stand following the allegations that there were move from top level police officers to trap Gavaskar. "There is no leniency in that case. Officials have been instructed to send back Camp Followers and if they don't heed to this, action will be

 
         Important info in box found near Jasna's house    
 
 
PATHANAMTHITTA: The police have got some important information from the letters found in the boxes kept near the hometown of Pathanamthitta Mukkottutharayil native Jasna Mariya James, who went missing on March 22.

 
         Actress attack case: Court rejects demand for special court and woman judge    
 
 
KOCHI: In the actress attack case, the Ernakulam Principal court has rejected the actress' demand for a special court and woman judge to conduct the trial.

 
         Ganesh did what he never should have done: CPI    
 
 
ANCHAL: The CPI has criticised Ganesh Kumar MLA over the incident in which a youth was beaten by him in front of his mother for not giving way to his car. The incident happened near Anchal Sabarigiri school.

 
         No leniency in action, whoever it may be: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTAHPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said strong action will be taken against a person, whoever it may be, if he or she commits an offence. . “Police force is functioning respectfully but there are many things that need correction.

 
         Kattipara landslide: Rs 10 lakh for kin of victims    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala government has announced a compensation Rs 10 lakh each for the families of 14 persons who died in Kozhikode Kattipara landslide. Those who lost their houses in the landslides will be given Rs four lakh and Rs 6 lakh for building a new house. Besides the above, the government will bear the medical expense of people, injured in the natural calamity.

 
         Actress attack case: Adv Aloor withdraws from Pulsar Suni’s Vakalatnama    
 
 
KOCHI: In the actor attack case, Adv Aloor has withdrawn from vakalatnama for main accused Pulsar Suni. Aloor said that he took that decision as some persons were trying to influence Suni. But Aloor didn’t clarify who that “some persons” were. Meanwhile, accused Martin and Vijeesh told the media that there was a deliberate move to taint actor Dileep, the reason why he was made an accused.

 
         Cops can't be used for household jobs: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said the practice of using police constables, appointed for official duties, to perform domestic and private jobs should completely stop.

 
         Probe missing of Malabar cement case files: HC    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala high court has said that missing of Malabar Cement Case files from the court is worrisome. It ordered an inquiry into the incident. Former company secretary of Malabar Cements Ltd and whistle-blower Saseendran’s father Velayudhan and a Palakkad-based anti-corruption organisation had submitted a petition, seeking a CBI inquiry into the case. It is the files related to the petition that have gone missing. His relatives’ allegation is that the files went missing due to infer

 
         Landslide: Body of last missing person also found    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The body of the last missing person in Kattipara Karincholayil landslide was recovered on Monday. The body of Karinchola native Abdurahman’s wife Nafeesa was spotted by evening. With this, bodies of all 14 persons who had gone missing during the landslide were found.

 
         Actress attack case: Hearing on Dileep’s petition deferred    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala high court on Monday postponed the hearing on the petition filed by actor Dileep, seeking more evidence in the actress attack case. The case was postponed by Ernakulam sessions court to June 27.

 
         Mohanlal to be AMMA President, decision on Dileep hangs fire    
 
 
KOCHI: The current president of AMMA (Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes) and Member of Parliament, Innocent, revealed on Monday that Mohnalal would be the next president of AMMA. He said that a final decision regarding this will be taken at the meeting on 24th June. Innocent also added that the organsiation hadn't thought of taking back Dileep, who was expelled following his alleged role in the actress attack case.

 
         Thodupuzha corporation governance for LDF    
 
 
IDUKKI: The Left Front has grabbed power to govern Thodupuzha Corporation. Mini Madhu was elected Chairperson. The election had to be held as Safiya Jabbar resigned recently. In the first-phase of the voting, Mini Madhu got 13 votes. UDF’s Jessy Antony got 14 and BJP’s Bindu Padmakumar got eight votes.

 
         Fahadh's murder: Life imprisonment for the accused    
 
 
KASARAGOD: Kasaragod Additional Session Court Judge Sasikumar has sentenced life imprisonment for coconut climber Iriya Kallott Kannothe Vijayakumar who was accused in connection with the murder of third standard student Fahadh. The punishment was served according to IPC34, 302 .

 
         Will probe policemen's forced menial jobs: Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said the incidents in which police men on Camp Follower duty were made to do medial jobs will be investigated.

 
         KSRTC will learn to swim only when it’s in water: Saseendran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister A K Saseendran has said that it is difficult to learn swimming unless you are in water and hence the KSRTC is getting into the water to learn swimming. He said this after flagging off KSRTC’s first electric bus, at Thampanoor on Monday.

 
         Kanjikode coach factory project not dropped : Central Minister    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Central Railway Minister Peeyush Goyal stated that the railway coach factory project at Palakkad Kanchikode had not been dropped. He added that only after examining all aspects a final decision will be taken in this regard.

 
         Expert panel will probe construction of check dams:Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan stated that an expert panel will conduct an inquiry regarding the construction of check dams at Karinjola where the landslides occured. CM also said that strict action will be taken against those responsible if the check dams have resulted in the landslide.

 
         MLA K Kunjiraman hospitalized    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Udhuma MLA K Kunjiraman had been admitted to Thiruvananthapuram medical college owing to uneasiness. He was hospitalized on Monday morning 8:30 . He felt uneasy on arriving at the Thiruvananthapuram railway station.

 
         Varappuzha custody death: Bail for RTF officers    
 
 
KOCHI: RTF officials, accused in the Varappuzha Sreejith custody death case have been granted bail. High Court considered the bail request of three RTF officers and permitted bail.

 
         Youth found dead    
 
 
PALAKKAD: A youth's deadbody was found by the side of the road at Virinjipadathu near Kollamkodu. The dead has been identified as Jibin, son of Thathamangalam Kuttikadu Baby.

 
 
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