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       HEADLINES: Oppn uproar in assembly over self-financing issue                                              CM criticizes oppn, assembly adjourned for the day                                              Maoists open fire at police in Nilambur                                              Celebrations in Amrita puri; Birthday greetings pour in                                              Modi lauds Amrithanandamayi on her birthday                                              Former Corporate Affairs DG commits suicide                                              Message on Jammu should be 'loud and clear' to Pak, says India                                              Stone pelters in Kashmir target civilians; woman dead                                              Rs one crore for family of stabbed Delhi teacher                                              Why is Kashmir on UNSC agenda if it is integral part of India, asks Pak                                              Hillary, Trump battle fiercely over taxes, race and terror                                              India, China hold 1st high-level dialogue to combat terror                                              India, China hold 1st high-level dialogue to combat terror                                              Pak army watching Indian border, 'fully prepared to respond'                                              India to reclaim ICC Test top spot if it wins in Kolkata                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Expunge CM's remark, Chennithala writes to Speaker    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has written to Assembly Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan, requesting him to expunge the “bad” remarks made by the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in the Assembly. What turned controversial was the chief minister’s reply to the notice for adjournment motion presented by Shafi Parampil.

         Mohanlal is Mrithasanjeevani's Goodwill ambassador    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Mohanlal will be the goodwill ambassador of Kerala government's organ donation project named Mrithasanjeevani. He will work without accepting any remuneration for this. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and the actor have signed an agreement in this regard.

         Self-financing: UDF-LDF hand in glove    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former BJP State president V Muraleedharan has alleged that the ongoing UDF strike against fee hike in self-financing colleges was just to hoodwink the public. “This is their ploy to help managements. The Supreme Court had maintained that admission to medical seats can be done only through the counselling under government guidelines. The court had asked to cancel admissions done against this direction. The SC had also issued a similar order on May 2,” he said.

         Probe on in alleged bomb threat during PM's state visit    
KOZHIKODE: Investigations are underway on the bomb threat received during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here on September 24 and cases have registered under various sections of IPC and Armed Police Act, police said Tuesday.

         UDF hartal in capital city tomorrow    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The UDF will observe a hartal tomorrow in protest against the police excesses towards the youth congress activists who staged a strike in the self-financing issue.

         Youth Congress protest at CM’s programme    
KOCHI: Youth Congress men has protested during a programme attended by the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in Kochi today. The workers held demonstration outside the Ernakulam Finance hall where Sial’s meeting was going on and the chief minister was one of the participants.

         Modi lauds Amrithanandamayi on her birthday    
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday greeted Mata Amrithanandamayi on her 63rd birthday, calling her a "real maa" who nurtures her devotees through "visible and invisible hands".

         Self-financing: Youth congress march turns violent    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A march staged by the youth congress in the self-financing issue turned violent in the capital city. A clash broke out at the secretariat march soon after the opposition stalled the assembly proceedings over the self-financing issue. Many activists and cops sustained injuries.

         Celebrations in Amrita puri; Birthday greetings pour in    
KOLLAM: The 63 rd birthday celebrations of Mata Amrithanandamayi started at Ananthapuri in Kollam on Tuesday. Thousands of devotees from different parts of the world converged at the ashram to be part of the festivities. When mata was led to the podiym, specially prepared in the Amritapuri campus, devotees showered flowers on her. The first thing after she took seat was padapooja, which was guided by Amrita Swaroopanandapuri. During the event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address t

         Maoists open fire at police in Nilambur    
MALAPPURAM: The police and the thunderbolt have intensified a probe in the forests and the colony near to it after the presence of Maoists were confirmed in Nilambur.

         CM criticizes oppn, assembly adjourned for the day    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The opposition UDF created an uproar in the assembly following chief minister’s statement criticizing the incidents that happened yesterday during the march staged by youth congress activists over the self-financing issue. They trooped to the well of the house and shouted slogans.

         Oppn uproar in assembly over self-financing issue    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Assembly Tuesday witnessed some uproarious scenes on the second day also after opposition attacked the LDF government over the fees in the self-financing colleges. The opposition reached the assembly wearing a black badge and holding placards and protested by shouting slogans during question hour.

         Self-financing: Talks fail, Youth Cong Secretariat march today    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Youth Congress leaders have decided to take out a Secretariat march today and continue the on going indefinite fast in front of the Secretariat after their talks with Health Minister Shailaja on Monday failed. It has also been decided to intensify the strike.

         Have not distanced from NDA, says Thushar    
KOZHIKODE: BJDS State president Thushar Vellapally has said the reports that the BJDS is distancing itself from the BJP is a media creation. “There is nothing wrong in SNDP yogam general secretary Vellapally Natesan’s meeting with the chief minister. SNDP yogam is a community organisation. Before also, Yogam general secretaries have met chief ministers. Vellapally doesn’t harbour grudge against any party. BDJS has a good rapport with the NDA. We have no complaints against it,” he said

         VS gets office room in Assembly complex    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative Commission Chairman V S Achuthanandan has been allotted an office room in the Assembly house complex. The room is in the third storey of the building and the above information was given by Speaker P Ramakrishnan. V S had earlier written a letter to speaker expressing dissatisfaction over facilities given to him. The room was allotted soon after this.

         Youth Front (M) men beat ten stray dogs to death, 'showcase' carcasses    
KOTTAYAM: In yet another shocking incident that would prick the conscience of even dog haters, a group of pervert Youth Front (M) activists led by president Saji Manjakadampil, beat ten “harmless” stray dogs to death and held demonstrations with their carcasses hung upside down from a pole in Kottayam on Monday.

         Bridge collapses at Kochi-Madhura National high way    
ADIMALI: A support wall of the iron bridge at Kallar and located between Adimali and Munnar along Kochi-Madhura national high way collapsed, hampering the traffic on the bridge on Sunday. The bridge slanted to one side as mud was being removed from its side for the construction works of the new concrete bridge. Following this, the flow of traffic on this bridge was suspended. The vehicles going to Munnar are now going through Iruttukanathu and Anachal.

         Bid to molest foreign tourist in Ernakulam    
FORT KOCHI: A youth was arrested for trying to molest a foreign tourist in Fort Kochi. The youth arrested has been identified as Javed, a native of Jammu and Kashmir.

         Self-financing issue: Assembly drowns in din    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Opposition on Monday disrupted the Assembly proceedings after permission was denied for adjournment motion regarding self-financing admission issue. The Opposition squatted on the central floor of the Assembly house and started protesting. After this, the Speaker halted the proceedings for about half an hour.

         Mentally unstable woman found dead    
MALAPPURAM: A mentally unstable middle-aged woman was found dead at her house in Edapal. She has been identified as Shobana (55). Her daughter found in a weak condition has been admitted in a private hospital by officials of the health department. Authorities said the woman died of starvation.

         VS expresses displeasure for not allotting room in assembly    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V S Achuthanandan, chairman of the administrative reforms commission, has expressed displeasure for not allotting him a room in the assembly. The letter given to the speaker has mentioned that being a senior leader in the assembly he was not getting due consideration.

         Thushar Vellapally made convenor of NDA Kerala unit    
KOZHIKODE: BDJS Sate president Thushar Vellapally has been elected the convenor of National Democratic Front (NDA). The decision was taken in the NDA leadership meet held in Kozhikode. Founder of Janapathya Rashtreeya Sabha party and Adivasi Gotra Mahasabha leader C K Janu and former JSS leader A N Rajan Babu will be co-convenors. In the committee, there will be 12 members including O Rajagopal MLA.

         VS’ office has started functioning in IMG: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The office of the Administrative Reforms Commission has started functioning at the IMG Building, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan informed the assembly. There is no change in the office.

         Poultry bribe: Proofs against Mani produced in court    
KOCHI: The condition of former finance minister K M Mani has worsened after the vigilance produced proofs against him in the case of granting tax concessions to a poultry company, in the Kerala High Court.

         Woman commits suicide after killing children    
KUTTIPURAM: In a ghastly incident, a 25-year-old-woman committed suicide by setting herself ablaze after strangling her one-and-a-half-year-old-twins at Kuttipuram in Malappuram. The woman has been identified as Jazeena (25), wife of Fazal of Kuttippuram.

         Two including minor involved in theft held    
THODUPUZHA: Two migrant workers including a 17-year-old-boy were arrested in connection with the theft of a couple in Thodupuzha. The couple was robbed of money and gold after tying their hands and legs with a rope.

         Disproportionate assets case: K Babu’s wife questioned    
KOCHI: The vigilance questioned Geetha, wife of former minister K Babu in connection with the disproportionate assets case. She was questioned at the former minister’s house. Babu’s brother Joshy was questioned at the vigilance headquarters in Kochias a complaint was lodged against him.

         No obstacle in arresting anyone, says Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There are no hurdles for the police to arrest the guilty, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. He said this in reply to the question of a letter sent by additional chief judicial magistrate to assembly speaker seeking permission to arrest Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran.

         Govt will not compromise on issue of crimes: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Monday said the LDF government would not compromise on the issue of crimes, especially political murders, and asserted strong action would be taken to check such incidents.

         Treat Muslims as your own, PM tells BJP meet    
KOZHIKODE: Contending that the definition of secularism has been distorted, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday invoked Jan Sangh ideologue Deendayal Upadhyay to say that Muslims should be treated as "your own" rather than seeing them as "items of vote market".

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