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         A good man only can become a good communist: Yechury    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has said that only a good man become a good communist. “In CPM, decisions are taken jointly by the party leaders. Different opinions may emerge. That is natural and it shows that the party has life. When a general opinion is moulded out from diverse ones, it becomes party’s decision,” he said on Saturday, taking part in a face-to-face programme organised by Kesari Memorial Trust.

 
         VS removed from CPM State secretariat    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan, Vaikom Viswan and P K Gurudas have been removed from CPM State Secretariat. They have been replaced by M M Mani, T P Ramakrishnan and K J Thomas. Meanwhile it has been left to the discretion of Central Committee to decide on the faction in which VS should be included.

 
         Antony for solution through talks    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior Congress leader A K Antony has said that all issues in the Congress will resolved through talks and nobody should think that there will a war of words within the party. He said he was yet to see the issues. When asked whether Rahul Gandhi would be made the Congress president, Antony said Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and party vice-president Rahul Gandhi would take a call on that. Right decision would be taken at the right time.

 
         CPM candidate will contest in Aruvikkara    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM candidate will contest in the Aruvikkara by-election and the decision was taken by the Left Front meeting held today.

 
         Minister Rabb can’t be blamed: KPA Majeed    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Muslim League General Secretary K P A Majeed has said that Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb has not done any wrong in the case of SSLC exam results announcement. “The minister is not wrong at any point. He made the announcement according to the information given by officials and not by any intention of his own. The real culprits should be brought to book….action should be taken against them,” he said.

 
         Fireworks accident in church: Case against priest    
 
KOTTAYAM: Errattupettah police have registered a case against certain persons including church priest in connection with the incident in which one student was killed and nine including a policeman were injured in a fireworks accident during Aruvithura Church festival. The person who conducted the fireworks has also been booked. The police have started initial investigation.

 
         VS attends CPM State committee meeting    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State committee meeting started on Saturday. In this first State Committee meeting, being held after the party congress, Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan took part.

 
         Earthquake: Aftershocks in Kerala also    
 
 
KOCHI: Aftershocks of the earthquake that occurred in Nepal was felt in Kerala also. Small vibrations was felt in Kaloor and Kadavantra in Kochi also. Following this, the sitting of solar commission was postponed.

 
         'Never rushed to Well to stall House proceedings'    
 
 
KOCHI: Retired Rajya Sabha member P Rajeeve today said he never rushed to the Well of the House to stall proceedings but by effective Parliamentary intervention.

 
         VS has to wait for PB commission report    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan will not take part in the State Secretariat meeting to begin on Saturday. Central leaders have reached a concerted decision not to include VS in the State committee until Politburo commission report comes.

 
         No revised SSLC results today: Rabb    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The corrected results of SSLC exams will not be announced today. The announcement has been postponed to tomorrow as more complaints lodged have to be solved, said public education secretary Gopalakrishna Bhatt. If tried to announce the results in a hurry, errors happened earlier may recur again, he said.

 
         Aranmula airport: Environmental impact study again    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Giving a new lease of life to Aranmula airport project, the expert committee of Union Forest and Environment ministry has given the nod to conduct the environment impact study on Aranmula airport project once again. The committee’s decision came after Project promoters KGS group gave an application for the same.

 
         Snake caught by locals gets stolen    
 
 
PATHANAPURAM: A python which was caught by locals and bundled up in a sack was stolen by a three-member team who reached the spot on Wednesday. Based on the locals’ complaint, Forest Range officials later recovered an Alto Car, suspected to have been used for snake smuggling. The vehicle has been taken in custody.

 
         More counters at beverages outlets    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In order to control the rush witnessed at the outlets of the beverages corporation, the government decided to open more counters. New machine will be installed to issue token at these counters. Such counters will be opened at the outlets which have enough space.

 
         SSLC controversy: Move in League to remove Abdu Rabb    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There are hints that there is a move within the Muslim League to remove Abdu Rabb as education minister as he has cut a sorry figure before society and drawn flak from all quarters after a botched-up SSLC exam valuation. It is reported that a group within the League will strongly demand for the removal of Rabb as the minister.

 
         George files plea against Mani    
 
 
KOCHI: Former chief whip P C George filed a plea against Finance Minister K M Mani in the Kerala High Court. The plea cited bearing ministerial berth post and the chairman post of the Kerala Congress (Mani) party together is against constitution. The plea alleged that Mani concealed this before the commission while filing nomination papers.

 
         RSP not to return to LDF    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: RSP has made its stand clear when CPM State Committee is all set to convene a meeting to discuss plans to bring JD(U) and RSP back to the Left front. The meeting will be held on Saturday.

 
         Nursing recruitment: CBI arraigns Uthup Varghese as third accused    
 
 
KOCHI: The CBI Friday submitted a report at the special CBI court in Kochi after naming Uthup Varghese, native of Puthupally in Kottayam, as the main accused in the case of embezzling an amount of Rs 3.5 crore in the name of nursing recruitment in Kuwait.

 
         Lok Ayuktha for action against ministers in bar scam case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Lok Ayuktha Friday clarified that action can be taken against ministers based on the secret disclosure of Biju Ramesh, bar association working president, in the bar case. However, the court directed to register case as per the criteria of the Supreme Court.

 
         Action if evidence is obtained in bar scam, says Sudheeran    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The Congress said on Friday that action would be taken against those who were involved in the bar scam, if the probe comes out with a report having evidence against them.

 
         Youth dies after falling into well    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a tragic incident, a youth slipped and fell into the well while talking on his mobile. The dead has been identified as Vishnu (24), son of Vamanan and Geetha of Mannanthala.

 
         Youth electrocutes himself    
 
NEYYATTINKARA: A 29-year-old-youth took his life by electrocuting himself. The victim has been identified as Satheesh, son of Sathyanesan and Kamalamma of Kulathur. He was found electrocuted in his bedroom last night. His hands were found tied using a wire.

 
         Woman hacked to death    
 
 
PUNALUR: In an appalling incident, a 55-year-old-woman was found hacked to death in her house near the Karavaloor Vattaman Laksham Veedu. The dead has been identified as Shanthamma of Vattaman Preetha Bhavan.

 
         SSLC: Final result by Friday evening    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: At Pareeksha Bhavan, officials are running from pillar to post to announce an error free result. Exam Secretary N Sukumaran informed that by Friday evening all the mess will be cleared and results of registration numbers in the complaint list will be announced afresh. Marks have been obtained from 54 centres and they will be revaluated.

 
         Chances for liquor tragedy; high alert in State    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the wake of closing down of three-star and four-star bars, the chances are more for smuggling and sale of spurious liquor, which could entail liquor tragedy - this is the point stressed in the report submitted by Excise Commissioner Radhakrishnan. Following this report, the government has given instructions to the excise department to be on high alert in order to avoid such situations .

 
         I took loan only for Sathyan foundation: Jeevan Sathyan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: “I attended the chief minister’s mass contact programme to request him to write off the loan that was taken for the activities of Sathyan foundation. And, it was not taken for my personal needs. I was pained to see wrong reports in certain media about this,” says Jeevan Sathyan, one of the three sons of yesteryear ace actor Sathyan.

 
         Kerala’s three MPs take oath in RS    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The newly elected Rajya Sabha members from Kerala took oath of office on Thursday. The new members are Vayalar Ravi and P V Abdul Wahab from UDF and K K Ragesh from the Left. Vice-president Hameed Ansari administered the oath. Vayalar Ravi is becoming a Rajya Sabha member for the fourth time. It is second term for Wahab, while for Ragesh, it is his first.

 
         HANS sale: Kerala’s wholesale dealer nabbed    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: A wholesale dealer who supplied HANS in areas stretching from Palakkad to Kayamkulam has been nabbed by the police. The arrested person is Chandran (57) from Alappuzha Muhamma Manikyamangalam and he was picked up from Kottayam. He will be presented in the court on Thursday. 250 packets of HANS have been recovered from him.

 
         Accused goes amuck in police station    
 
NEYYATTINKARA: A goon who was taken in police custody and taken to the police station went amuck inside the police station, causing damages to the station infrastructure and injuring cops.

 
         VS seeks Rabb’s resignation on SSLC issue    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan Thursday sought the resignation of Education Minister P K Abdu Rabb in connection with the anomalies noticed in the SSLC examination results. The minister is trying to conceal the unpardonable errors by putting the blame on the software, VS alleged.

 
 
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