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         Youth hacks wife to death    
MOOVATTUPUZHA: A 35-year-old-woman was hacked to death by her husband following a family dispute. The dead has been identified as Usha of Moovattupuzha. She was an employee of a pickle company. The police later arrested Madhu, her husband, who fled the scene after committing the crime.

         Probe complete in bar case, vigilance tells court    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The special investigating team informed the Thiruvananthapuram Vigilance Court that the probe in the bar bribe case involving Finance Minister K M Mani is complete. Vigilance SP Sukesan told the court the final investigating report will be produced as soon as the report submitted to senior officials for examination is obtained.

         Passenger held with bullets in airport    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A passenger has been taken into custody for carrying bullets at the Thiruvananthapuram airport. Security officials have recovered five bullets from Pavithra Saha (60), a retired telecommunication official and a native of Delhi. He has been handed over to the Valiyathura police.

         ISIS terrorists in Kerala    
KERALA: Terrorists of the Islamic State (IS), shocking the world by their cowardly acts, are slated to be active in Kerala. They have entered the state after starting a blog in Malayalam. The central intelligence department has started investigation on the blog titled ‘Ansarul Khilafa’ which started on May 25.

         Traditional fishermen to be exempted from trawling ban    
NEW DELHI: The central government rejected Kerala’s demand to reduce the trawling ban to 47 days. The centre had imposed a 61-day ban on trawling. Meantime, the traditional fishermen would be exempted from the trawling ban, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy after holding talks with Union Agriculture Minister Radhamohan Singh.

         Woman succumbs to injuries    
ULLOOR: A woman, who sustained injuries after hit by a bike in front of her house, succumbed to it early Friday morning. The dead has been identified as Kousalya (65), wife of Satheeshan of Ulloor.

         Three-member panel to probe complaint against Siddique    
KOZHIKODE: The KPCC entrusted a panel to probe the complaint against Congress leader T Siddique. KPCC vice president Bharathipuram Shashi will lead the panel. The investigating report will be handed over to the KPCC president.

         DJ Elbin held in night party case    
KOCHI: The police Thursday arrested Hyper Black alias Elbin, native of Edapally for supplying drugs to five star hotels. Though the police are aware of the involvement of film personalities in the case, no initiative is seen from their side for a further probe.

         UDF and LDF gear up for crucial bypoll in Aruvikkara    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With Assembly polls just a year away, the stage is set for a crucial political battle between ruling Congress-led UDF and CPI(M)-headed LDF opposition for the bypoll in Aruvikara on June 27.

         UDF to announce candidate soon, says Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC chief V M Sudheeran Thursday said the UDF will soon announce the UDF candidate for the Aruvikkara bypolls. The name of a suitable candidate would be announced soon.

         LDF to field M Vijayakumar in Aruvikkara    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The LDF Thursday decided to field M Vijayakumar for the Aruvikkara Assembly by-election, slated to be held on June 27. The bypolls is necessitated following the death of former speaker G Karthikeyan.

         Krishna Kumar was ousted from force earlier, says BSF    
NEW DELHI: Krishna Kumar (42), a jawan of a Border Security Force (BSF) taken into custody from Perinthalmanna in Malappuram for possessing 21 lakh was ousted from the force, its PRO V N Parashar told Kerala Kaumudi. He is a native of Karunagapally in Kollam.

         PC George’s candidate too in Aruvikkara!    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Government Chief Whip P C George MLA has said that a candidate from Anti-corruption Democratic Front under his leadership will also contest in the Aruvikkara Assembly by-election. “In Aruvikkara UDF will drop to the fourth place,” he said at a press conference.

         Petition against Tharoor dismissed    
KOCHI: The high court has dismissed petition filed against the election of MP Shashi Tharoor from the Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency.

         Rahul to spearhead nation-wide stir for rubber farmers' cause    
KOCHI: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has said that he would bring rubber farmers’ issues to the notice of the Union government. The issue will be raised in the parliament. He was speaking to the media after his meeting with rubber farmers in Aluva.

         Centre cancels permission for Aranmula airport    
NEW DELHI: Dealing a major blow to Kerala government’s Aranmula airport dream, the Central government has cancelled the permission for the project. Union Aviation Ministry on Wednesday officially passed on this information to project developers KGS Group.

         Let truth come out: Mani    
KOCHI: Finance Minister K M Mani has said that “let the truth come out in the bar bribery case.”. The case is being investigated in a never-seen-before detailed manner. I am happy about it. Let there be more in-depth investigations,” Mani said this on Wednesday when he came to inaugurate the UDF’s middle zone rally.

         Bar bribery: Evidence against Mani; charge sheet to be filed soon    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vigilance report against Finance Minister K M Mani in the bar bribery case is ready. S P Sukeshan, who is in charge of the inquiry, will submit the report to the Vigilance director after seeking legal advice in this regard.

         Rahul vows to fight for fishermen's rights over trawler ban    
CHAVAKKAD (TRISSUR): Vowing to fight for rights of fishermen, Rahul Gandhi Wednesday accused the Narendra Modi government of trying to take away their access to seas in the same way it has been "taking away precious land from farmers."

         HC to consider school managements' petition on June 2    
KOCHI: The high court division bench will consider petitions filed by school managements seeking to include fifth standard in the LP school division and eighth standard in the UP division on June 2.

         Women's representation less in State police: R Sreelekha    
THIRUVANANTHPURAM: ADGP R Sreelekha has sought sufficient representation of women in the State police force. She was giving the main address at women's get-together held as part of Kerala Police Association State Conference at Alakapuri auditorium in the City on Tuesday.

         Aruvikkara by-election on June 27    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Election Commission has announced the dates for by-election to Aruvikkara Assembly constituency, even as the bar bribery scam is hotting up. The polls will be held on June 27 and the counting of votes will happen on June 30. The demise of Congress leader and former Speaker G Karthikeyan had necessitated the election to his constituency.

         Ambili answers 13 out of 15 questions in polygraph test    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ambili, driver of Biju Ramesh, bar association working president, answered 13 questions out of the 15 asked when he was subjected for the polygraph test in the bar bribe case. The polygraph test report which got leaked cited it.

         VS raising old things, says Yechury    
CHENNAI: CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury Tuesday said opposition leader V S Achuthanandan is raising old things in connection with the state’s organizational issues.

         Six Opposition MLAs will migrate to UDF: Johny Nellore    
THRISSSUR: Kerala Congress (Jacob) Group chairman Johny Nellore has said that before the Assembly session (starting on June 1) ends, six MLAs from the Opposition will join the UDF.

         Rs 21 lakh fake currency seized, BSF jawan held    
MALAPPURAM: The police seized Rs 21 lakh fake currency and took into custody a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan and his accomplice at Perinthalmanna in Malappuram.

         Lioness dies in zoo    
THHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Aaradhana, a four-year old lioness died at the zoo here Tuesday. She died following an abnormal dilation of the colon also called the large intestine, said zoo director Jacob. Her situation turned worse and was under intravenous fluid therapy and care for the past three days.

         Housewife found dead with neck slit open; husband in custody    
PERUVANTHANAM: A housewife was found dead inside her house with her neck slit open. The dead has been identified as Mary (52) Peurvanthanam Nediyoram. The woman’s husband has been taken into custody. The murder came to light when the neighbours reached the house in the morning. They later informed the police, who said that there used to be frequent quarrels between them.

         Leaking of inquiry report affects Vigilance’ credibility: Chennithala    
KOZHIKODE: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said that leaking of the polygraph test results conducted on Biju Ramesh’s driver Ambili, will affect the credibility of the department. Leaking of inquiry report is a challenge to Kerala’s legal setup.

         Crime branch to probe leak of polygraph test report    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The crime branch will probe the leak of the report of the polygraph test undergone by Ambili, driver of Biju Ramesh, working president of bar association, in the bar case.

Can Aruvikkara election be seen as an evaluation of State governance?
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