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December 07, Wednesday 2016 3:12 AM       
       HEADLINES: Kerala mourns Jaya, govt offices to remain shut                                              Governor, CM to leave for Chennai                                              Jaya’s death a loss for people of TN, says Mammootty                                              Motherly touch lost, says governor                                              Jayalalithaa an able administrator, says Kodiyeri                                              Jaya 'responding' to treatment: AIADMK                                              Last cries of 'Amma' to Jayalalithaa                                              Film industry mourns Jayalalithaa's demise                                              Sushma's kidney transplant likely this weekend, donor unrelated                                              Saudi condemns 15 to death for spying for Iran                                              US dad gets life term for leaving son to die in hot car                                              B'desh cleaner in Saudi gifted gold after being mocked online                                              Lanka Prez,leaders from S'pore, Malaysia condole Jaya's death                                              Parthiv set to play in 4th Test, injured Saha rested                                              No decision taken on Chennai Test against England: BCCI                                              State school sports meet: Palakkad emerge champs                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Kerala-Tamil Nadu border wears deserted look    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Following the demise of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, the police have beefed up the security along Kerala-Tamil Nadu border.

 
         Bus overturns at Chavara    
 
 
KOLLAM: A KSRTC bus lost control and overturned at Chavara today. Though about 20 people were injured, none had any serious injury. The injured were shifted to Kollam district hospital and given treatment. The incident happened in the morning. The bus, which was going towards Chavra lost control, hit an electric post and overturned.

 
         Governor, Pinarayi, Chandy, Chennithala pay tributes to Jayalalithaa    
 
 
CHENNAI: Kerala Governor Justice P Sathasivam, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, former chief minister Oommen Chandy and opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala paid tributes to former Tamil Nadu Chief minister J Jayalalithaa.

 
         VS condoles Jaya's death    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative Reforms Commission chairman V S Achuthanandan in his condolence message said Jayalalitha found an esteemed place in the minds of people as an actress first and climbed the ladder of politics to make a movement in the heart of Dravidians. Thus she was a person with a rare personality and one who secured a permanent place in the hearts of the people.

 
         Jaya always stood with the common man, says Kanam    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: J Jayalalithaa was an administrator who always stood with the common man. She tooksteps understanding the problems of the common man, said CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran in the condolence message.

 
         Kerala Cabinet condoles demise of Jayalalithaa    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A condolence resolution accepted by Kerala Cabinet over the demise of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa said the late chief minister was notable for her extraordinary administrative capacity and commitment towards the poor.

 
         Jayalalithaa an able administrator, says Kodiyeri    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was an able administrator and a political leader who offered strong contributions to strengthen secularism and federalism in the Indian politics, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.

 
         Motherly touch lost, says governor    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Condoling the demise of former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa, Kerala governor P Sathasivam said today that he was taking part in people’s deep sorrow over the death of contemporary India’s one of the eminent woman political leaders and Tamil Nadu’s dear chief minister.

 
         Jaya’s death a loss for people of TN, says Mammootty    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Mammootty condoled the death of J Jayalalithaa. Her death is an irreparable loss for the people of Tamil Nadu, he said. I can understand the grief of the Chennaites as I had lived there for many years.

 
         Governor, CM to leave for Chennai    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor Justice P Sathasivam, Chief Minister Pinaray Vijayan, opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala and former chief minister Oommen Chandy will shortly leave for Chennai to pay tributes to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who passed away last night.

 
         Jaya was an extraordinary politician, says Pinarayi    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan condoled the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. He said that she was an extraordinary politician the country has seen.

 
         Kerala mourns Jaya, govt offices to remain shut    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Government offices and educational institutions in Kerala will remain shut Tuesday as a mark of respect to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, who passed away after a prolonged illness.

 
         Jayalalithaa's demise: State holiday today    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As a mark of respect to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who passed away last night, Kerala government declared holiday for the State today. All government institutions and educational institutions including professional colleges will have holiday. Central educational centres will also not function today.

 
         It was online portal of English daily that dropped death bombshell on Jayalalithaa    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: By around 6 pm on Monday, certain TV channels mostly Tamil channels flashed that shocking but much anticipated breaking news that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa passed away. The actual source of the wrong report was the news portal of a prominent English Daily but it managed to quietly pass the blame to Tamil TV channels.

 
         Hampering PDS is govt’s ploy to put Centre in a dock: Muraleedharan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP national executive committee member V Muraleedharan has said that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and government were trying to disrupt the public distribution system completely and put the blame squarely on the Centre for it. “In the case of the distribution of pension and salary, they did the same thing. They hampered the process to put the Centre in the dock,” he said.

 
         Man, woman found dead in Palani lodge    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A woman and her friend were found dead in a lodge at downtown Palani. The dead have been identified as Ayathikonam native Sofi (27), an employee at a computer section at Trida shopping complex at the Medical College junction and her friend and Kochulloor native Sunil Kumar (27). The bodies were found yesterday morning. The police identified the bodies after examining the phone numbers stored in their mobile phones and making calls to those numbers.

 
         Lavish wedding of Adoor Prakash’s son causes uproar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former minister Adoor Prakash has been criticized for the lavish wedding of his son to hotelier Biju Ramesh’s daughter held yesterday at a time when the state is facing a cash crunch.

 
         Kummanam criticises govt for not digitalising treasuries    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the wake of present note crisis, BJP State Chief Kummanam Rajasekharan has criticised the LDF government for not digitalising government treasuries. “Sitting at home, people could have received the pension, if the government had digitalised treasuries” he said.

 
         Jayalalithaa, visible God of the poor: K Surendran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is the living God to the poor people of Tamil Nadu, BJP leader K Surendran has said. What made her endearing to the people is the service she has done to the poor. “If we examine the welfare schemes she has done to ordinary people in her State, we can understand why people are loving her so much. In health, housing, food safety and many other things she has given many concessions to the poor.

 
         Cooperative bank case postponed to Dec 9    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has postponed to Monday (December 9) considering the plea of district cooperative banks, who have been in a crisis following the demonetization of notes. The case has been postponed as the bench led by Chief Justice T S Thakr, considering the case, is on leave. The case was scheduled to consider this afternoon.

 
         YC comes down heavily on Adoor Prakash over lavish wedding    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Youth Congress has come down heavily on the lavish wedding of former minister and Congress leader Adoor Prakash’s son to daughter of hotelier Biju Ramesh.

 
         Security beefed up at Kerala-TN Border    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Security was beefed up on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa continued to be critical on Monday after suffering a cardiac arrest on Sunday.Security at various places in Kerala including at the famed Sabarimala temple was hiked.

 
         Former football player Jabir dies in accident    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Former Indian football player C Jabir died in an accident. The car driven by Jabir collided with a lorry on the Kozhikode-Palakkad national highway Sunday night. Though he was immediately taken to a private hospital in Kondotty, his life could not be saved.

 
         Gold for Anumol Thambi in 5000 metre    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: In the ongoing State school festival, Anumol Thambi from Kothamangalam Mar Basil School won the gold in 5000 metre race for girls on Sunday. Anumol won the gold with meet record. Gold for Aswin in 5km walking race In Junior Boys’ 5km walking race, Aswin Shankar of Palakkad Kallady School got gold. Kannur’s Muhammed Afsan got silver in the competition.

 
         KSRTC turns ‘smart’; introduces card to tide over note crisis    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The KSRTC is going to introduce pre-paid cards to the denomination of Rs 1000, 1500, 3000 and 5000 as a way to tide over the note crisis. Informing this, KSRTC managing director M G Rajamanikyam said one could travel in bus to any place in Kerala using the card.

 
         Case against Wadakkancherry complainant    
 
 
WADAKKANCHERRY: In a bizarre development, Thrissur Medical College Police have filed a case against Wadakkancherry gang-rape victim and complainant. The case was registered based on the complaint given by her in-laws that she didn’t foster her children.

 
         At loss for words, Thomas Isaac does mimicry: Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has come out to criticise the statement made by Finance Minister Thomas Isaac regarding salary crisis.

 
         NABARD report favours District Cooperative banks    
 
 
NEW DELHI: NABARD will give a report to the Supreme Court, favouring District Cooperative banks in a case related to demonetisation move of the Centre. In its inquiry report NABARD said district most cooperative banks followed KYC norms. “These banks have faced no action for not following KYC norms,” the report says. The report will be submitted to the Supreme Court tomorrow. The details of certain main banks which have been fined for not following KYC norms will also be submitted in the

 
         Bogus export to whiten black money: Rs 55 cr flowed in to Kerala    
 
 
KOCHI: Rs 55 crore black money has been flown into Kerala through a bogus export deal. Police informed that the money had reached here from Bulgaria under the pretext of payment for edible oil exported. Though the money was seized, the Bulgarian company didn’t come forward to give any complaint. Kochi police have filed a case in this connection. Elamakkara native Jose George has been made a defender in the case.

 
         Cash crunch unlikely to end soon, says Thomas Isaac    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cash crunch created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is unlikely to end soon and may continue for at least six months, said Finance Minister Dr Thomas Isaac.

 
 
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