Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2012        Go!    
 
 
June 29, Wednesday 2016 9:55 PM       
       HEADLINES: Migrant labourers: Raids intensified                                              Journo succumbs to injuries                                              V Sasi elected deputy speaker                                              Murder of Jisha: Ameerul Islam taken to Kancheepuram                                              30 injured after superfast overturns in Navaikulam                                              Hrithik Roshan escapes Istanbul attack                                              Man held after girl commits suicide over photo on Facebook                                              Cabinet clears recommendations of 7th Pay Commission                                              SC refers petition on homosexuality to CJI's bench                                              NIA conducts raids in Hyderabad, detain 11                                              Istanbul airport blast: 36 killed, 147 injured in suspected ISIS attack                                              India avoiding talks with Pakistan due to Kashmir: Aziz                                              'US should adopt policy of total isolation against Pakistan'                                              It's not about me or Ravi, it's about players: Kumble                                              DCW, Hockey India spar on Sardar Singh case                                              Dravid lone Indian in Sangakkara's XI, Tendulkar misses out                                              Shastri living in fool's world, says angry Sourav Ganguly                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       KERALA  
         4308 vacancies reported till June 21    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After assuming power, the new LDF government has reported 4308 job vacancies till June 21, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has informed A N Shamseer during the question hour. Department heads and recruiters have been given instructions to fill posts through Employment Exchange as the PSC rank list doesn’t exist. P K Basheer informed the chief minister that during the former government’s tenure, it had sent recommendations for the appointment of 1,59,238 candidates.

 
         No decision taken on VS’ post    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A decision could not be taken on the post to be given to senior CPM leader V S Achuthanandan. The chief secretary will examine the possibility in giving the chairman post of Administrative Reforms Commission to VS.

 
         Gulbarga ragging case: Bail plea of accused to be considered tomorrow    
 
 
GULBARGA: The bail plea of the accused in the Gulbarga (Karnataka) ragging case will be considered tomorrow. The case relates to the ragging of Malayali nursing student Aswathy by her senior students, who are also Malayalis.

 
         No helmet No petrol from Aug 1!    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: From now on, two-wheeler riders who go to tank up without wearing helmets will have to return in vain. This innovative way of coercing the bike/scooter drivers to wear helmets has been devised by the government. This will be first implemented in Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode.

 
         Mankada moral policing: One more murder accused held    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Police have taken into custody one more person in connection with the murder of a person in Malappuram Mankada in a suspected case of moral policing. The new person taken into custody is Eranjikutthu Rafeeq. The police had earlier arrested four persons.

 
         Jisha’s murder: Ameerul’s friends knew his plans?    
 
 
KOCHI: The police team investigating the Jisha murder case now believes that Ameerul Islam’s friends might have had information about the murder. Importantly, police believe that Ameerul’s friend Anarul might have had specific information about the former’s intention. During the train journey, Ameer had confided in his friend Anar the homicide he had allegedly committed. Both had together took the train to Assam.

 
         No vindictive transfer of govt employees: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A war of words ensued in the Kerala Assembly Wednesday on the alleged mass transfers of government employees after the CPI (M)-led LDF government came to power, even as Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, assured that there will be no vindictive transfers.

 
         Why no NOTA on ballot paper, asks P C George    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Independent candidate P C George who had made his vote invalid during the Speaker election repeated the same during the Deputy Speaker election.

 
         Thalassery incident: CM created misunderstanding in Assembly    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president V M Sudheeran has said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had created a wrong impression in the Assembly while presenting the case of arresting two Dalit women in Thalassery. “Now, it has become clear that only CPM men will get justice. The true ‘colour’ of the chief minister, who had behaved according to the instructions of Event management professionals at the time of election and after, has now become visible,” he said.

 
         30 injured after superfast overturns in Navaikulam    
 
 
KALLAMBALAM: At least thirty people were injured when a superfast bus overturned and fell into a pit after hitting a lorry near Navaikulam on the national highway. The bus was coming from Alappuzha to the capital city. T

 
         Murder of Jisha: Ameerul Islam taken to Kancheepuram    
 
 
KOCHI: The investigating team probing the Jisha murder case took the accused Ammerul Islam to Kancheepuram to collect more evidence. The team led by circle inspector left Aluva Police Club Wednesday morning at 3.30 am.

 
         V Sasi elected deputy speaker    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V Sasi of the CPI was Wednesday elected as the deputy speaker of the 14th Kerala Assembly. Sasi polled 90 votes against Congress’ I C Balakrishnna who got 45 votes. One vote became invalid.

 
         Journo succumbs to injuries    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: A senior reporter who sustained injuries in an accident succumbed to it Wednesday. He has been identified as Sanal Philip, a senior reporter of News 18 Channel in Kochi and a native of Mundakkayam in Kottayam. He was 33.

 
         Migrant labourers: Raids intensified    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Labour department has intensified raids in the settlements and work places of migrant labourers from other states in order to ensure their welfare and legal protection. In the raids conducted by a team led by Additional chief secretary and Labour secretary Tom Jose and Additional labour commissioner A Alexander in Perumbavoor and Nedumbassery where there is a dense population of migrant labourers, several labour laws and conditions were found to have been flouted. The s

 
         Visa fraud case: Two cops under suspension    
 
KOZHIKODE: Two policemen have been suspended in connection with an incident in which visa fraud case accused Abdul Salam escaped from train. They are the Roopesh and Suresh from Kozhikode A R Camp and they have been suspended by the City police commissioner. They had accompanied the accused.

 
         Self-financed colleges, govt reach agreement    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Self-financed colleges in the State and the State government today arrived at an agreement regarding entrance to Engineering colleges. The agreement materialised after the managements accepted the government stand that candidates getting marks below 10 in the State-conducted entrance test would not be given admission to engineering courses. The managements have signed the agreement.

 
         Karnataka files affidavit against Madhani    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Karnataka Government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court against PDP chairman Abdul Nazar Madhani, arrested and jailed in the Bengaluru blast case. The government informed the apex court that he tried to delay the trial in the case.

 
         KSRTC top among 53 loss-making State PSUs: CAG    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: According to a Comptroller and Auditor General report, 53 Public Sector Units (PSUs) in the State are running at heavy losses but 50 PSUs are making profits. 15 PSUs are not functioning. Four out of them are neither making profit nor making loss. The report was submitted in the Assembly today.

 
         IT policy in two months, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A comprehensive IT policy would be announced in the state within two months, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan informed the assembly. A decision would be taken at the board meeting to be convened on August 6 in connection with the completion of Smart City in a timely manner, Pinarayi informed M Mukesh.

 
         Let them file case, nothing will happen, K Sudhakaran    
 
 
KANNUR: Former Minister and Congress leader K Sudhakaran has said he was not afraid of the case registered by the Bekal police on the basis of the complaint that he had made a call for bogus voting. “I had only appealed to the people to work against CPM’s bogus voting,” he told media persons.

 
         Decision on special status for VS tomorrow    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet meeting to be held tomorrow will decide on the special post to be bestowed on senior CPM leader V S Achuthanandan. CPM General Secretary Seetharam Yechury will hold discussions with Achuthanandan in this regard. Sources say Yechury is most likely to request VS to accept the post. It is also said that the party’s decision is to give him the post of Administrative Reforms Commission Chairman. There were earlier reports that VS had not yet revealed his decisi

 
         Congress-led opposition stages walk out from assembly    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Congress-led opposition on Tuesday staged its first walkout in the Kerala assembly to protest the alleged high-handedness of CPI-M workers towards two dalit women in Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's hometown and also the "callous" attitude of the police.

 
         Jisha’s mother, sister don’t identify Ameerul Islam    
 
 
KOCHI: Assam native Ameerul Islam, who is in police custody in the Jisha murder case, was not identified by the victim’s mother Rajeswari and sister Deepa. In the identification parade held at Aluva police club, both Jisha’s mother and sister said they had never seen Ameerul before. Both had been summoned at the club by 11:30 am for the identification parade. Earlier, the accused was taken to Jisha’s house in Perumbavoor for collecting evidence. From there he was taken to Aluva police c

 
         Four in custody for beating man to death    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: In a suspected case of moral policing, a 42-year-old man was Tuesday beaten to death by a group of persons at Mankada in Malappuram, police said. Nasir Hussain was questioned by a group of locals around 2.30 am when he was spotted near the house of a woman, who is staying alone, Mankada police said.

 
         Man commits suicide after pouring acid on daughter-in-law’s face    
 
 
VENJARAMOODU: A man committed suicide after pouring acid on his daughter-in-law’s face following a family dispute. The dead has been identified as Gopi (67) of Venjaramoodu. Daughter-in-law Preeja Kumari, who sustained burn injuries has been admitted at the eye hospital in the capital city.

 
         Murder of Jisha: Ameerul Islam brought to Jisha’s house to collect evidence    
 
 
KOCHI: Ameerul Islam, native of Assam and accused in the Jisha murder case, was brought to her house in Perumbavoor to collect evidence. He was brought Tuesday morning at 6 am in tight security escorted by eight police jeeps and his statement was also recorded.

 
         Tribal girl sexually abused    
 
 
KONNI: A minor tribal girl was sexually abused. A native of Konnappara, she is a student of Thenmala pre-metric hostel. The hostel authorities informed the police that the girl is six-months pregnant.

 
         Smart City will be operational by 2021, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Smart City Project in Kochi will be fully operational by 2021, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The functioning of the IT companies will be as per the deal.

 
         Death of Mani: Aides will have to undergo polygraph test    
 
 
THRISSUR: The aides of actor Kalabhavan Mani will have to undergo a polygraph test as part of investigation. Arun, Vipin, Murukan, the actor’s manager Joby and driver Peter will be subjected for the test. They had a close relation with the actor and were with him in his last days. They had informed police their consent for the test.

 
         Dalit girls were jailed as they were not ready to take bail, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The dalit girls taken into custody for barging into the CPM branch office in Thalassery were sent to jail as they were not ready to take bail, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

 
 
Do you support Kerala govt's 'no helmet no petrol' rule?
Yes
 
No
 
Don't know
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy