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March 28, Saturday 2015 7:15 AM       
       HEADLINES: George issue left to chief minister, says Sudheeran                                              Two killed in car-scooter collision                                              Ganja seized from dance school in Kochi                                              CM is scared of George: Kodiyeri                                              CM gets Mani’s letter seeking George’s removal                                              Vajpayee is an international icon: Rajnath                                              Kejriwal wanted to form government with Congress: Bhushan                                              SC to hear Manmohan Singh plea on April 1                                              Nun rape: Centre rejects West Bengal plea for CBI probe                                              Jagan money laundering case: ED attaches Rs 216 crore worth of assets                                              French investigators hunt black box from doomed jet                                              Heathrow Airport downgrades Pak flag carrier, issues warning                                              Saudi strikes Yemen rebels as Iran warns of 'dangerous step'                                              I would like current playing conditions to change: Dhoni                                              NZ will have to dig deep against Australia: Crowe                                              Saina storms into maiden India Open semifinal                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         School theft: Robber in police net    
 
KOLLAM: A laptop and an amplifier were stolen from the computer lab of Vallikkeezhu Government Higher Secondary School recently. However, the police were able to pick up the robber but they said the arrest was not registered as they needed time to collect evidence and recover the stolen items.

 
         17-yr-old youth goes missing    
 
KOLLAM: A 17 year old youth who had gone to temple from his house has gone missing. A police complaint has been lodged in this regard. The youth is Sanju, the son of Santhosh Kumar from Kottiyam Mundichira. He has been absconding since March 22. Sanju’s father in his complaint lodged with Kottiyam police said that his son, who had just completed his SSLC examination, didn’t return after going to the temple on March 22. Police have started inquiry.

 
         Two-kg gold seized from flight loo    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Two-kg gold that was concealed in the toilet of a flight was seized by Customs officials on Friday. The incident happened at around 4:30 morning at Nedumbassery airport.

 
         Bar owner gives statements against Mani    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A bar owner has given statements against Finance minister K M Mani. Bar owner Saju Dominic gave the statement that he had seen another bar owner John Kallat going into Mani’s house carrying a bag containing Rs 15 lakh.

 
         Mani adamant on PC George issue    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress chairman K M Mani has said he is not ready for any compromise in the issue over party vice chairman P C George. “It was the parliamentary party meeting that had decided to remove George and there is no need to change that decision jointly taken by eight MLAs,” Mani said during his meeting with Minister P K Kunhalikutty.

 
         CM gets Mani’s letter seeking George’s removal    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Friday said that he has received K M Mani’s letter seeking P C George’s removal from the post. The letter has also asked to remove him from the UDF’s coordination committee also.

 
         CM is scared of George: Kodiyeri    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said that Chief Minister Oommen Chandy is scared of Government Chief Whip P C George. “Oommen Chandy is now protecting George and some time ago, George was the protector of Chandy. If George goes out, Chandy will also have to go out,” he said.

 
         Ganja seized from dance school in Kochi    
 
KOCHI: Ganja was seized from a new generation dance school located at Panampally Nagar in Kochi. The police seized a kilo of ganja from the Thandav School of Dance on Friday.

 
         It was not Mani who made me chief whip: George    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Government Chief Whip P C George has come out with tit-for-tat reply of sorts to Mani. He said it was not Mani who had made him the Chief Whip and the minister need not threaten him in the name of a small post.

 
         Two killed in car-scooter collision    
 
THALASSERY: Two youths were killed and another seriously injured when the scooter they were riding was hit by a car at Thalassery last night. The dead were identified as Nikhil (23) of Koduvally and Suhail (24) of Thalassery. Nikhil, Suhail and their friend Sharooq (22) were riding the scooter when the accident occurred.

 
         George issue left to chief minister, says Sudheeran    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: I am not keen in opining openly on the issue connected with Chief Whip P C George, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. The chief minister can easily handle the issues related to allied parties, he said. The chief minister will take a suitable decision after holding talks, he said.

 
         CM refuses to accept P C George’s resignation    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The crisis in key UDF partner Kerala Congress (M), triggered by the face-off between its supremo K M Mani and party Vice-Chairman P C George, is likely to blow over with Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Friday taking initiative to bring about a truce, apparently keen on avoiding any threat to the stability of his ministry.

 
         Let them expel…, I will not resign: P C George    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Government Chief Whip P C George has told Kerala Kaumudi that even if his party Kerala Congress (M) expels him from the party , he will not resign as MLA. “If Mani had the respectability, he could have discussed with me the plans for my removal from Chief Whip’s post,” an irate George said.

 
         More than 3000 Malayalis caught in Yemen civil unrest    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: More than 3000 Malayalis are reportedly caught in the civil violence in Yemen. “Most Malayalis are trapped in Sana’a, the capital city of Yemen. Embassy’s help has been sought. The closing down of airports following violence has put the Indians including Malayalis in a harrowing situation,” said Hari, a Malayali employed in Yemen.

 
         Police prevent media persons from photographing Nisham    
 
 
THRISSUR: Police on Thursday prevented media persons from taking snaps of Nisham who was being presented before a court. They pushed aside journalists, cameramen and shutterbugs and in a hurry, made way for Nisham to get into the police jeep.

 
         'Mani urges CM to remove George as Chief Whip'    
 
 
THIRUVANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress Chairman and Finance Minister K M Mani is reported to have urged Chief Minister Oommen Chandy to remove PC George from the post of Government Chief Whip.

 
         Vava Suresh unites separated King cobra pair    
 
 
KULATHUPPUZHA: Finally Vava Suresh reached Kulathuppuzha on Wednesday to play his part in the reunification of two King Cobras, which had to separate recently.

 
         No power cuts during summer    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAURAM: There will be no power cuts this summer season, said Power Minister Aryadan Muhammed. The government has signed the deals to buy power from outside for an exorbitant rate and so a need for power cut does not arise, the minister told reporters.

 
         Vayalar Ravi, K K Ragesh front runners for Rajya Sabha seats    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Congress has decided to field sitting Rajya Sabha member and veteran leader Vayalar Ravi for the coming Rajya Sabha poll from Kerala. Ravi, however, preferred to maintain silence over the development and said he will speak to the media only after the national leadership clears his candidature.

 
         Stray dog bites five in airport    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a freak incident, five persons were bitten by a stray dog at the airport in the capital city. While four were bit by the dog on the road in front of the old domestic terminal, the other person was bit at the airport.

 
         Gang held for gold heist    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A gang has been taken into custody for stealing gold expertly from jewelleries after cheating the employees’. The leader of the gang is a woman and she along with some others has been taken into custody.

 
         Ashok Bhushan sworn in as HC Chief Justice    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Justice Ashok Bhushan was Thursday sworn in as the Chief Justice of Kerala High Court. Governor P Sathasivam administered the oath of office to Justice Bhushan, who was serving as acting chief justice of the high court since August last, at a function in the Raj Bhavan here.

 
         GST panel: Mani selected as chief    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister K M Mani has been chosen as the chairperson of high power committee appointed by the Centre to implement Goods and Services Tax. The Central Finance ministry clarified that the selection of chairperson was the first step towards the implementation of the GST on April 1, 2016.

 
         Money collected for medical aid swindled: Patient dies without treatment    
 
 
KAYAMKULAM: Forty six-year-old Rajesh from a poor family died on Wednesday after heart transplantation surgery could not be conducted on him for want of money. Shockingly enough, the money collected for the purpose was swindled by two labour union leaders who had come up with fund-raising plans on the pretext of helping Rajesh.

 
         Govt to take over Paripally ESI Medical college    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Parippally ESI Medical College has come under the possession of State government. “Though it was decided in principle earlier to take over the college, the cabinet has decided to take over the college after completing all official procedures,” Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said on Wednesday.

 
         More time given to spend fund for local self-governing bodies    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet Wednesday decided to extend time till March 31, 2016 for spending the fund earmarked for local self-governing bodies for this financial year. There is no concern now that it will go waste if the fund is not fully utilized by March 31, 2015.

 
         Order for vigilance probe against DGP    
 
 
THRISSUR: The Thrissur Vigilance Court Wednesday ordered a vigilance probe against DGP K S Balasubramanyam. The probe has been ordered on the complaint that he tried to subvert the case against Nisham, accused in the Chandrabose murder case.

 
         Verdict in bar case before March 31    
 
 
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court Wednesday said the final verdict on government’s liquor policy will be pronounced before March 31. The court said this when the government informed them that the new liquor policy will come into effect from April 1st onwards.

 
         Verdict in hand chopping case on April 6    
 
 
KOCHI: The Ernakulam NIA Court will pronounce the verdict in the case in connection with the palm chopping of Prof T J Joseph of Thodupuzha Newman College, alleging blasphemy in preparing question papers, on April 6th.

 
         Charge sheet to be filed in cocaine case    
 
 
KOCHI: The police are trying hard so that the accused in the sensational cocaine case are not released on bail. If the charge sheet is not filed within 60 days, a situation will arise to grant bail to the accused. The charge sheet will be filed by April 1.

 
 
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