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April 23, Wednesday 2014 2:41 PM       
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         Theatre owners not ready to release Mohanlal film Mr Fraud    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Theatre owners in the State have backed off from exhibiting Mr Fraud, the Mohanlal film directed by B Unnikrishnan.

 
         Sabarinath in crime branch custody    
 
 
NEDUMANGAD: Sabarinath, the main accused in the Total 4 U fraud case, will be in the custody of the crime branch for four days. The court sent him in the custody for cheating a native of Vattiyoorkkavu for an amount of Rs 2 lakhs.

 
         Padmanabhaswamy Temple: Kerala to oppose interim administration panel    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Kerala will oppose in the Supreme Court amicus curiae Gopal Subrahmaniam’s directive to entrust an interim administration panel to execute the functioning of the Padmanabhaswamy temple.

 
         I was trapped, says Ramakrishnan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC general secretary P Ramakrishnan Wednesday gave a reply to the show cause notice for his statement against K Sudhakaran, the UDF candidate in Kannur. The reply was sent as a fax message.

 
         Re-polling begins in three booths    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Re-polling has started in three booths of the state. Re-polling is held in booth No 118 at Kalamassery in Ernakulam, booth No 19 at Wadakancherry in Alathoor and in a booth at Malora in Thiruvambady, Wayanad.

 
         Anu Shanthi bashed up in Women’s jail    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The second accused in the Attingal double murder case, Anushanthi, who is lodged in Attakkulangara jail, was reportedly beaten up by other women prisoners on Tuesday. The women inmates jointly attacked Anushanthi, who is also the mother of the slain girl child. She was given primary treatment in the jail.

 
         Malayali arrested in Dubai murder case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A Malayali involved in the murder of his colleague in Dubai has been arrested. The arrested is Shyam Krishnan Nair (a native of Thiruvananthapuram), who killed Muhammed Haq from Madhya Pradesh by hitting his head with an iron rod.

 
         Judge withdraws from pronouncing verdict in bar license case    
 
 
KOCHI: Kerala High Court judge C T Ravikumar withdrew from the case considered in connection with the bar license, when the verdict was scheduled to be pronounced Tuesday. The reason cited for the withdrawal was that advocate K Thavamani, who appeared for the bar owners in the high court, tried to influence him.

 
         Probe Venugopal-Saritha connection: Shanimol    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former AICC secretary Shanimol Usman has demanded that the connection between Union Minister of State K C Venugopal and Solar case prime accused Saritha S Nair be probed. At the KPCC executive meeting here, she said party commission should be instituted to conduct the probe.

 
         Kodunganoor attack: Three BJP men arrested    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three BJP activists who hacked Kodunganoor ward Councillor Sheena’s husband were arrested by police on Tuesday morning. The police flung into action only after Councillor and K Muraleedharan MLA threatened to go on agitation against police inaction.

 
         Idukki hartal postponed to April 24    
 
 
THODUPUZHA: The hartal called by the LDF has been postponed to April 24 in view of the medical entrance examination for the next academic year, that will be held tomorrow, CPM Idukki District Secretary M M Mani has informed.

 
         Four burglars held    
 
KASARGOD: Police busted an interstate gang of burglars with the arrest of its four members in Kasargod on Tuesday. Police said the burglars were identified as Shiju (41) of Kuttiyadi in Kozhikode, Haneefa (41), Zunaid (19) and Ismail (41), all hailing from Kasargod.

 
         Congress eventually lost its upper hand in campaign: Chandy    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy told the KPCC Executive meeting that the Congress had lost its upper hand in the later part of the campaign.

 
         Youth dies after falling from building    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 25-year-old migrant worker died after falling from the sixth floor of a building of Infosys while engaged in painting work. He has been identified as Shershad, native of Uttar Pradesh.

 
         Royal family to oppose amicus curiae report in SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The erstwhile Travancore Royal family has gone back from their decision to partially approve the report of the amicus curiae in connection with the Padmanabhaswamy Temple. They will request the Supreme Court to dismiss the report. The decision was taken after holding talks with K K Venugopal, senior advocate of the Supreme Court.

 
         Temple gold: IPS officer's role suspected    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An IPS officer's role is suspected in the alleged gold smuggling incidents in Sree Padmanabha Swami temple. The demand for a CBI inquiry into the incident, though not officially made, came up after the role of the officer who is in service in the State came to be knowm.

 
         Father who fired at daughter arrested    
 
KOCHI: The father, who had opened fire on daughter at Miyyannore in Kollam, was arrested on Monday. The arrested person is Roy Cheriyan from Ettumanoor in Kottayam. He was arrested from Ernakulam.

 
         Ranjith Maheswari doesn’t deserve Arjuna award: Centre    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Centre has told the Supreme Court that India’s triple jump sports star Renjth Maheswari doesn’t deserve Arjuna award. The Centre’s stand comes in response to his petition against denying him Arjuna award.

 
         Sabarimala priest’s daughter breaks with tradition; Govt to probe    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Flouting age-old tradition, Sabarimala main priest’s 12-yr-old daughter climbed up the Sabarimala and had darshan. The incident has triggered a controversy and the government has decided to initiate a probe into it.

 
         Royal family not to oppose auditing in Padmanabhaswamy Temple    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Travancore royal family may not oppose amicus curiae Gopal Subramanyam’s report in connection with the Padmanabhaswamy Temple. The family will also not oppose former CAG Vinod Rai’s inspection on the temple revenue and accounts of expenses. They will inform the Supreme Court when the case is considered next time.

 
         No complaint against Cong regarding Malappuram, Ponnani campaign: League    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Muslim League General Secretary K P A Majeed has said that the League had no grievance that in Malappuram and Ponnani the Congress cadres didn’t work for the League candidates

 
         Man quizzed in drug case found dead    
 
KOZHIKODE: A man, who was released after questioned in a case related to brown sugar at Naduvannur, was found dead on Monday. Sreejith of Chemmaruthur in Vadakara, was found hanging in his hous

 
         Governor can decide on shunting out MG VC: SC    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has ordered that Kerala Governor, who is also varsity chancellor, can decide upon removing MG vice-chancellor A V George over the complaint that he tampered with his bio-data for getting posted as the vice-chancellor.

 
         Police told to shed post-poll lethargy    
 
 
KOLLAM: Top officials’ assessment is that after the poll there has been a lull in the performance of the police. Taking note of the gruesome murders and other crimes that have taken place in several part of the city over the past few weeks, they have asked the police to be more alert and take strict action against the perpetrators of the crimes.

 
         Muslim League seeks curb on substandard bars    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The Muslim League sought a curb on substandard bars in the state. Minister P K Kunhalikutty said the matter would be voiced in the UDF. The League opposes the liquor policy and immediate steps should be taken to stop the easy availability of liquor.

 
         Sabarinath, accused in Total 4 U fraud case surrenders    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Sabarinath, the main accused in the Total 4 U cheating case, who was underground for two years, surrendered before the Thiruvananthapuram Judicial Magistrate Court (II) at 2 pm Monday. He was sent to the sub jail after remanding him till May 5.

 
         Custodial death: CBI given time to solve flaws in charge sheet    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CBI court in the capital city granted more time to the CBI to solve the flaws noticed in the charge sheet in the case related to the custodial death of Udaya Kumar at the Fort Police station. The case will be considered again on April 30.

 
         Engg entrance exam begins    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala engineering entrance examinations for admission to professional courses in the state have started. The engineering entrance examinations will be held today and tomorrow (April 22) from 10 am to 12.30 pm. The medical entrance examinations will be held from 10 am to 12.30 pm on April 23 and from 2.30 pm and 5 pm that day itself.

 
         Car damaged in bomb blast    
 
 
KOOTHUPARAMBU: A car was damaged when a steel bomb lying on the road exploded. The incident happened last night at Pala Bazaar in Pathayakkunnu near Panur. The bomb exploded when the Maruti car K L 58 L 1629 reached Pathayakkunnu. The tyres and glasses of the car were damaged in the blast.

 
         Youth stabs lover to death    
 
 
KUMILY: A youth stabbed his lover to death out of suspicion. The local residents caught him and handed him over to the police when he tried to flee after the incident. The youth identified as Manikandan stabbed Annalakshmi, native of Tamil Nadu, to death in front of the Kumily bus stand Monday morning.

 
 
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