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       HEADLINES: Tipper driver dies in accident                                              Evidence against Vellapally handed over to VS: Biju Ramesh                                              Sudheeran, M A Shukoor challenges SNDP                                              Beef fest: No action against Deepa                                              No setbacks in bar bribery case: Vinson M Paul                                              Hand chopping incident: It's unacceptable, says Swaraj                                              Kejriwal sacks food minister for corruption                                              Azamgarh youth with ISIS in Iraq wants to return home                                              One shot dead, three wounded in US university 'confrontation'                                              Karun hits ton as Karnataka take 1st innings vs Bengal                                              Pune edge past NorthEast by a solitary goal                                              Sania-Martina enter China Open final                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Understanding with SNDP in only three districts: BJP    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP president V Muraleedharan has said the party has seat sharing arrangement with the SNDP in only three districts and not in the entire State.

         Only have love, respect for VS: Vellapally Natesan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: SNDP Yogam general secretary Vellapally Natesan has said that he only has love and respect for veteran communist leader V S Achuthanandan. He told reporters here on Friday that he would not go for any legal steps against the leader.

         Mani group to fight it out alone in Kollam    
As discussions related to seat-sharing have met a dead end, Kerala Congress (Mani Group) has decided to contest the election in Kollam corporation single-handedly. The contest will be in Corporation’s 12 wards. The candidates for these seats have also been finalised.

         No setbacks in bar bribery case: Vinson M Paul    
KOCHI: Vigilance Director Vinson M Paul has said that investigation into the bar bribery case has not received any set back. “The case was investigated honestly and not for applause,” Paul said in response to the Thiruvananthapuram Vigilance Court’s finding that the Vigilance director had given instructions to acquit Finance Minister K M Mani in the bar bribery case.

         Beef fest: No action against Deepa    
THRISSUR: There will be no action against College teacher Deepa Nishanthini of Thrissur Kerala Varma College in connection with her Fb posting over the beef festival held in the college recently.

         Sudheeran, M A Shukoor challenges SNDP    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran and Alappuzha Congress District President M A Shukoor have dared SNDP to return the posts and titles given by the government.

         Pinarayi sees Chandy's hand in SNDP-BJP relationship    
KOZHIKODE: CPM Politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan has come out with a new allegation against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Friday. He said Chandy had a hand in bringing about BJP-SNDP tie-up.

         Evidence against Vellapally handed over to VS: Biju Ramesh    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Bar Hotel Working Association President Biju Ramesh has said that he has handed over evidence on several allegations against SNDP Yogam President Vellapally Natesan to Opposition leader V S Achuthananadan.

         Karayis can leave Ernakulam now    
KOCHI: CPM District Secretariat member Karayi Rajan and Thalassery Area Committee member Karayi Chandrasekharan, who are out on bail in Thalasssery Fazal murder case, can now contest the Local Self Governing Body poll. The court has accepted their plea to allow them to move out of Ernakulam district.

         SC denies bail to Nisham    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday denied bail to Chandrabose murder case accused Nisham Muhammed, saying that he is arrogant and egotistic. He is a person who doesn’t value common man’s life. The bail was denied by a bench headed by Deepak Mishra.

         Tipper driver dies in accident    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A tipper driver was killed after a KSRTC bus and his vehicle collided at the MC Road on the Thycaud turning in Venjaramoodu at 9 am Friday morning. The condition of five is stated to be serious and they have been admitted at the medical college hospital in the capital city. The dead has been identified as Shafi (30) of Vembayam.

         VS trying to destroy Ezhava community: Shobha Surendran    
NEW DELHI: BJP National Executive member Shobha Surendran has alleged that Opposition leader VS Achuthanandan who has come out to criticise Microfinance schemes is, in effect, causing damages to the Ezhava Community.

         Hartal against capital punishment on Nov 11    
KOZHIKODE: A hartal will be observed across Kerala on November 11 against the capital punishment. The hartal will be observed by an association of people who have been campaigning against death penalty in the country.

         Keep off road or police will strike, Chennithala warns plantation wrokers    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said that if plantation workers blocking roads under the aegis of united trade unions, do not end blockade, the police will have to interfere to disperse them. The government respects the agitation held by the workers for their needs. The police’ sentiment for the agitating Munnar workers was evident during the agitation. But the kind of protest in which roadways are blocked, bringing inconvenience to the public won’t be tolerated,

         Will not accept action against teacher, says VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The move to take action against teacher Deepa Nishanth for supporting the beef fest staged by the SFI at the Thrissur Kerala Varma College will be objected at any cost, said opposition leader V S Achuthanandan.

         Beef controversy: Avoid crucifying teacher, says Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has said that he had asked Cochin Devaswom Board president not to take any action against College teacher Deepa Nishanthini who had favoured beef festival through her Facebook page.

         Lali Vincent not to run for local body polls    
NEW DELHI: KPCC vice president advocate Lali Vincent has chosen to opt out of contesting for the coming civic body elections. Her name was in the list among those considered for the post of Kochi mayor. She withdrew following strict directive from the KPCC.

         Muslim League-Congress friendly contest not likely, says K P A Majeed    
MALAPPURAM: Muslim League State Secretary K P A Majeed has said that the party is trying to avoid a friendly contest between the League and Congress in Malappuram. UDF will fight unitedly. He said this at a press conference here on Thursday.

         Chandrabose murder case: Nisham moves SC for bail    
NEW DELHI: Thrissur Chandrabose murder case accused and businessman Muhammed Nisham has moved the Supreme Court for bail.

         Perinjanam double murder: SC upholds acquittal of Ripper Jayanandan    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Thursday upheld the order of the Kerala High Court acquitting ripper Jayanandan, notorious criminal, in the Perinjanam double murder case. The apex court passed the order rejecting the appeal of the Kerala Government against the verdict of the high court.

         Bid to manhandle Rahul Easwar    
ALAPPUZHA: The students of MSM College in Kayamkulam Thursday tried to manhandle television anchor Rahul Easwar. The students also smashed his car. The incident happened when he reached the college to attend a programme of the Youth Welfare Board.

         Karayis in Kochi, to contest in Kannur for CPM    
KOCHI: Karayi Rajan and Karayi Chandrasekharan, CPM leaders of Kannur, residing in Ernakulam as per bail conditions as accused in the Fazal murder case, is gearing up to contest the local body polls.

         Plantation wages issue: Meet of trade unions called    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has called for a meeting of various trade unions of plantation workers on Tuesday next to find a solution to the stir by them demanding a hike in minimum daily wages from Rs 232 to Rs 500. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and Labour Minister Shibu Baby John would meet the trade union leaders to find a solution to the issue.

         SBI official knocked down by train    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A 30-year-old SBI official identified as Remya Soman died on the spot after she was hit by a train Thursday morning. She was a native of Kottayam and a clerk of the Veli branch.

         Gas tanker overturns in Kasargod    
KASARGOD: A gas tanker carrying gas cylinders overturned after losing control at Nayanmarmoola on the national highway in Cherkkala at 5.30 am Thursday morning. The lorry which overturned was proceeding to Kochi from Mangalore.

         Problems with League in Malappuram will be solved: Aryadan    
MALAPPURAM: The differences of opinion with the Muslim League in Malappuram in connection with the local body polls will be solved, said Minister Aryadan Muhammed. There are only some minor disputes now, he said.

         Vellapally has right to clarify his stand: BJP    
MALAPURAM: BJP State president V Muraleedharan has said that SNDP yogam general secretary Vellapally Natesan has the right to clarify his stand.

         Plantation workers’ stir: Talks fail again    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Plantation Labour Committee meeting held on Wednesday to discuss issues regarding plantation workers’ wage ended during the day without any consensus being arrived at. The plantation owners were not ready to give in to the demands of the workers to raise their daily wage to Rs 500.

         Seat-sharing talks to be over before October 9: Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that discussions on seat-sharing for the local body polls will be completed before October 9. The decision on seat sharing will be taken at district level. The minister was speaking to media persons after the Cabinet meeting on Wednesday.

         Murder of Aprani Krishnakumar: Two get life imprisonment    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The court in the capital city awarded life imprisonment to two accused in connection with the murder of Aprani Krishnakumar, a gangster. A fine has also been slapped on them.

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