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April 19, Saturday 2014 2:54 PM       
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         I am not hurt: Jayaram    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Jayaram has said that though he had expected the State Award for the best actor, he is not worried about not getting the award.

 
         Fahad, Lal bag best actors, while Suraj gets best comedian    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: New generation actor Fahad Fazil scored the best actor prize, which he shared with Lal at the Kerala Government film awards. In the award, which were announced today, Suraj Venjaramood, who surprised film buffs by winning the national award for the best actor along with Rajkumar Rao, was chosen as the best comedian by the seven-member state jury headed by veteran director P Bharatiraja.

 
         Extravagant life costs techies their family life    
 
 
KAZHAKOOTTAM: Unfortunately, carefree, lavish life of certain employees in Techno Park has ruined their family life, sometimes in its worst forms. The recent gruesome murder in Attingal, where a woman techie’s paramour ruthlessly killed her mother-in law and kid, is a clear example for this.

 
         Suraj Venjaramoodu calls on Jagathy    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: National award winner and Malayalam actor Suraj Venjaramoodu called on actor Jagathy Sreekumar at his residence in Jagathy. The relatives of Jagathy did not permit the media to enter inside.

 
         No votes have been leaked, says Muraleedharan    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: None of the BJP votes have been leaked in the state, said party state president V Muraleedharan. He said this while reacting to the allegations of the UDF and the LDF that votes have been traded in the state.

 
         Two pilgrims killed in car-bus collision    
 
KOCHI: Two pilgrims on their way to Malayatttor were killed when the car in which they were travelling collided with a bus at Kanjirakkad near Perumbavoor. No details have been obtained regarding the dead. Five persons sustained injuries.

 
         Keep royal family out of temple administration: Amicus curiae    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Amicus curiae Gopal Subramanyam has recommended for removal of special rights of Travancore royal family on temple administration. He has made this recommendation in a report submitted before two judges in the Supreme Court.

 
         Christians in state observe Good Friday    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Christians in Kerala Friday observed Good Friday as a day of prayers and penitence shunning all worldly comforts to commemorate the sufferings and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Devotees congregated in large numbers in Churches of various denominations across the state where senior prelates led special prayers to mark the day.

 
         KPCC bar on public utterances    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The KPCC issued a ban on public statements on the outcome of the just concluded Lok Sabha elections. If anybody has any opinions or criticisms in connection with electioneering can voice it at the KPCC meet to be convened on April 22, said its chief V M Sudheeran.

 
         Four pilgrims drown in Periyar    
 
 
KOCHI: Four pilgrims drowned while four others were rescued, while they were taking bath at river Periyar, near Kalady on Friday. According to police, the dead were identified as Joseph (15) of Tirupur, Rajesh (29), Suresh (20) of Munnar and Antony (31) of Marayoor.

 
         Pipe bursts in capital city    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The supply of water has been partially disrupted following a burst on one of the pipes. Water supply has been disrupted in Ambalamukku, Kesavadasapuram, Nalanchira, Medical College, Sreekaryam and Manvila areas.

 
         CPM’s allegation to cover embarrassment, says Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPM’s allegation that law and order has deteriorated in the state is to cover the embarrassment in the upcoming defeat in the Lok Sabha polls, said Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala. The CPM is trying to divert the attention from the rout.

 
         Shukkoor warned for statement against Shanimol    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: The KPCC Friday warned Alappuzha DCC president A A Shukkoor for his public statement against AICC former secretary Shanimol Usman in connection with the Lok Sabha polls. KPCC chief V M Sudheeran strictly directed not to publicise before the media the contents of the report prepared by DCCs in connection with the polls.

 
         Crime branch probe sought in Wayanad forest fire    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The report of Additional Chief Conservator of Forests (Vigilance) C S Yalakki handed over to Minister of Forests Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan has sought a crime branch probe on the forest fire in Wayanad. The report says 417.83 hectares of forest land have been destroyed in the fire.

 
         Again gold hunt at Karipur airport    
 
KOZHIKODE: Customs officials on Thursday seized 35 gold biscuits from two youths who arrived at Karipur airport from Dubai. The arrested are Shinu and Saju from Eranjickal. They were travelling towards Kozhikode and checks were conducted outside the flight.

 
         Renewal of bar licences done without any bias: Govt    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State government has submitted before the Supreme Court that the government didn’t show any bias while renewing the bar licences. Renewal was given only to eligible bars.

 
         ‘There’s a surprise gift for you, wait till evening’    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The message that reached Anu Shanthi from Nino Mathew’s mobile phone on Wednesday was this: From my side, there is a surprise gift for you… wait till evening.

 
         Woman riding scooter dies in road accident    
 
NILAMBUR: A woman who went to purchase wedding clothes for her daughter on scooter died on Thursday after her vehicle collided with a lorry. The dead was K C Ramachandran’s wife Anitha, 40, from Chaliyar, Prumbathoor (Kulathumchulli).

 
         Gold price rises    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The price of gold has risen by Rs 160 per sovereign and now the price is Rs 22,400. Now you will have to pay Rs 20 more for a gram, taking the price per gram to Rs 2800.

 
         Alamcode murder: Woman, paramour arrested    
 
 
ATTINGAL: In the gruesome Alamcode murder case, the police have confirmed the role of the victim Omana’s daughter-in-law Anu Shanti. Based on preliminary investigation, the Attingal police on Thursday arrested Lijeesh’s wife Anu Shanthi and her paramour Nino Mathew.

 
         Alappuzha DCC to complain against Shanimol    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: District Congress leadership will give a complaint to KPCC against Congress leader Shanimol Usman, who allegedly kept herself away from the campaign as she was denied a Lok Sabha seat.

 
         CPM expects to win 14 seats    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State Secretariat, after assessing the post-poll situation, has come to the conclusion that the LDF will win up to 14 seats in the Lok Sabha election.

 
         Housewife’s murder: Neighbour arrested    
 
KOCHI: The accused who had allegedly stabbed and killed a housewife in the middle of the road was arrested from Palakkad by police. The dead has been identified as Sindhu Jayan and the arrested is Madhu. The incident happened on Wednesday evening.

 
         Election work: KPCC asks for report from DCCs    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC has given instructions to DCCs to submit the report regarding the election campaign and the related works.

 
         CPM, BJP ‘traded’ votes: Muraleedharan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress leader K Muraleedharan has said that CPM leader M A Baby had come out with allegations against the Congress in order to cover up the ‘trading’ of votes between BJP and CPM.

 
         Actress Soundarya’s death: Pilot’s father demands CBI inquiry    
 
 
KOLLAM: Oommen Joy, the father of the pilot of the flight that crashed in Bangalore, killing four of its passengers including actress Soundarya, has sought a CBI inquiry into the ‘mysterious’ accident. It has been 10 years since the accident occurred.

 
         Govt to bear the expense Padmatheertham cleansing    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet has decided to take necessary steps to clean the Padmatheertham and Mithranandapuram pond, both forming part of Sree Padmanabhaswami temple.

 
         Have parallel cinemas betrayed Jayaram?    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Most often, parallel cinemas have helped many a cine artiste win national awards. Artistes such as Kodiyettam Gopi, P J Antony, Mammootty, Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi, Balachandra Menon, Salim Kumar and Murali have all won national awards through non-commercial films.

 
         Baru's real intention will be exposed soon: Chandy    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Wednesday dismissed the allegations levelled against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by his former media adviser Sanjaya Baru as "baseless" saying his "real intention" would be exposed in the coming days.

 
         Comedy is my soul, says Suraj    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Suraj Venjaramoodu said that he is happy to get the national award for best actor. I am dedicating this award to the Malayalam language and Malayalam films, he told reporters at the shooting site in the capital city.

 
 
Should the special rights given to the royal family in the Padmanabhaswamy Temple removed?
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