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July 23, Wednesday 2014 6:59 AM       
       HEADLINES: Muraleedharan to leave for Delhi                                              No unanimous decision taken on plus two schools, says Rabb                                              Death of woman: Fake exorcist remanded                                              Gangs that kidnap boys for unnatural sex rampant at Thampanoor                                              Reports linking me to Speaker’s post just media creation: K C Joseph                                              Corrupt judge charge: Katju poses six questions to Lahoti                                              Furore in Parliament over judicial appointments                                              SC denies bail to Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy                                              Child rape case: Karnataka CM courts fresh controversy                                              Racial slurs, discrimination - we face it all: Northeasterners                                              Ukraine separatists hand over black boxes to Malaysian experts                                              Three foreign advisers killed near Kabul airport                                              UNSC demands ‘unrestricted’ access, probe into MH17 crash                                              Mexican posts murder confession on Facebook, held                                              Al Qaeda leaders killed in Pakistan's US drone attacks                                              Money not very good but ISL won't harm Indian football: Bhutia                                              Djokovic retains singles top spot, Paes 13th in doubles                                              No one appreciates my efforts other than team-mates: Sharma                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Robbery in Transport Commissioner's house    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ironically, thieves have again entered the new house of Transport Commissioner Sreelekha which is under construction.Electric boards, wiring materials, and Teak wood panels were found stolen during the wee hours of Tuesday. It was just a month and a half ago that wiring materials, granite cutting machines and other things worth Rs 20,000 were stolen.

 
         KSRTC can now buy new buses; stay revoked    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala high court has revoked the stay on KSRTC's tender procedures to buy new buses. The court had stayed the tender proceedings after Bus company Ashok Leyland moved the court pleading that the company was not considered while tender was being called.

 
         Chief Minister to leave for Delhi    
 
 
When the debate heats up for cabinet reshuffle, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will leave for New Delhi on Wednesday. Though the CM has in his agenda official meetings with Central ministers, he will meet the high command to discuss issues related to cabinet reshuffle, say sources. Congress leader K Muraleedharan will also follow suit; he will go to Delhi on Friday.

 
         No talks held on reshuffle, says Hassan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The party has not held any talks on the cabinet reshuffle, said KPCC vice president M M Hassan. Addressing the press, he said when the issue is discussed in the party, I will definitely opine.

 
         Pillion rider crushed to death under bus    
 
KOLLAM: A middle-aged man who took a lift on a bike fell under the wheels of a bus and was crushed to death. The deceased has been identified as Kabeer (50) from Kureeppuzha in Anjalummoodu.

 
         SC rejects demand of self-financing managements for separate exam    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Tuesday rejected the demand of self-financing managements to permit them to conduct separate exam for admission to 50% management seats in self-financing medical colleges. A division bench led by Justice H L Dattu directed them to conduct admissions in these seats from government list.

 
         By returning purse to its owner, school boys turn heroes    
 
 
KANNUR: Two students from Kadamboor school became the ideals of truth , when they did their bit in returning a lost and found purse to its owner.

 
         Reports linking me to Speaker’s post just media creation: K C Joseph    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Minister K C Joseph has said that reports that he would be made the Speaker after Karthikeyan steps down as Speaker is media creation. It is the Congress party which has to decide who should be the Speaker.

 
         Woman gets seven-year jail term in dowry death case    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A sessions court here Tuesday sentenced a woman to seven-year imprisonment for causing death of her daughter-in-law at Koodaranji in the district.

 
         Gangs that kidnap boys for unnatural sex rampant at Thampanoor    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Thampanoor is the nerve centre of transport in the district. But, parents think twice before sending their sons to this area where main bus station lies close by the Central Railway station.

 
         Death of woman: Fake exorcist remanded    
 
 
KOLLAM: The fake exorcist arrested in connection with the death of a 26-year-old woman identified as Haseena at Thazava has been remanded for 15 days. The exorcist identified as Muhammed Sirajudeen (38) was produced at Karunagapally magistrate’s house Tuesday morning. The exorcist was engaged by the woman’s father to free her from possession of evil spirits.

 
         No unanimous decision taken on plus two schools, says Rabb    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: No unanimous decision has been taken at the sub panel meet considering granting of new plus two schools and additional batches in the state, said Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb.

 
         Muraleedharan to leave for Delhi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K Muraleedharan MLA will be leaving for Delhi at a time when talks on cabinet reshuffle are on. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will be leaving for Delhi on July 24. Sources close to Murali said that his visit is not related to the reshuffle.

 
         Milma cover milk costs Rs 4 more... not Rs 3!    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Now, actually Milma cover milk costs Rs 4 more and not Rs 3 as announced earlier by the Milma company.

 
         Vizhinjam project: State to move SC    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State government has decided to approach the Supreme Court against the Centre’s move to shift the cases against Vizhinjam harbour project to Delhi Green Tribunal from Chennai Green Tribunal.

 
         Fisherman gets trapped in whirlpool, dies    
 
 
KOLLAM: Four fishermen who went into the sea in a boat got trapped in a whirlpool and one among them died. The others had a miraculous escape.

 
         Action against Saritha’s counsel Fenny likely    
 
 
KOCHI: Solar scam accused Saritha S Nair’s counsel Fenny Balakrishnan may soon face action from BAR council for making certain statements regarding the case, in the media. The council has asked Fenny to give explanation on the matter within a week.

 
         Holiday for educational institutions in Kozhikode on Tuesday    
 
KOZHIKODE: The district administration has declared a holiday for all Educational institutions except professional colleges in Kozhikode district on Tuesday following heavy monsoon rains.

 
         SFI won’t back out from ‘classroom strike’: P Jayarajan    
 
 
KANNUR: CPM Kannur District Secretary P Jayarajan has rejected E P Jayarajan’s opinion that SFI should withdraw from the protest method of striking class hours in educational institutions. “Such a protest method cannot be completely given up. But it is not good to strike work for any thing and everything,” he said at a press conference.

 
         Eligible students will get admission, says Rabb    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: All students eligible for plus two will be given admission this year, said Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb. The cabinet sub panel scheduled to convene today to discuss granting plus two schools have been adjourned.

 
         Cabinet revamp: If 'I' group is ‘effaced’, will Chennithala resign?    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is a general sentiment in the 'I' group of the Congress party that if there is any attempt to sideline the group in the name of cabinet reshuffle, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala would rather quit as minister. In the coming days, this opinion will gather momentum. And in that circumstance, Ramesh would voice threats of resignation, say certain I Group leaders.

 
         Exorcist held for woman’s death    
 
 
KARUNAGAPALLY: The police Monday arrested an exorcist in connection with the death of a 26-year-old woman identified as Haseena at Thazava. The exorcist identified as Sirajudeen of Aadikkattukulangara was engaged by the woman’s father to free her from possession of evil spirits.

 
         Doctors start non-cooperation strike    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Government doctors have started non-cooperation strike in protest against the government instruction, asking them to go to new medical colleges on deputation. Doctor’s organisation KGMO has informed that they would not work over time. The government had declared a dies-non to counter the strike.

 
         Vakkkom rejects Karthikeyan’s arguments    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former speaker and former governor Vakkom Purushothaman came to the fore rejecting the arguments leveled by Speaker G Karthikeyan to step down from the post. Speaker’s concern is insignificant and sitting in that post he can look into the affairs of his constituency, he said.

 
         Kochi Metro signs loan agreement with Canara Bank    
 
 
KOCHI: Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) signed a loan agreement with Canara Bank for an amount of Rs 1170 crores in Kochi on Sunday. Canara Bank chairman and managing director R K Dubey said there is no obstruction in increasing the loan amount.

 
         No talks losing cabinet berth held: Anoop Jacob    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Food and Civil Supplies Minister Anoop Jacob said no talks were held on losing his ministerial post in the cabinet reshuffle. Things heard in connection with the cabinet reshuffle are only speculations. I don’t want to react more on that, he said.

 
         Chennithala to leave for Delhi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala will also be going to New Delhi soon after Chief Minister Oommen Chandy decided to go there to hold talks with the high command on the cabinet reshuffle.

 
         Thankachan does a volte face    
 
 
KOCHI: UDF convenor P P Thankachan, who asserted on Saturday that the congress party is not liable to give G Karthikeyan, a ministerial berth in the government, made a volte-face on Sunday.

 
         DGP comes under attack from HRC    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP K S Balasubramanyan has come under fire from State Human Rights Commission for not executing their order in paying compensation to a victim of custodial attack.

 
         Recruitment agency staff ‘absconding’    
 
KOCHI: A recruitment agency which makes job recruitments in Iraq was found closed recently. A few people who had returned from Iraq sat in protest in front of the agency’s office.

 
 
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