Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
 
 
February 19, Monday 2018 1:40 PM       

       HEADLINES: Govt warns of seizing buses if strike continues                                              Scotch to be available in BEVCO                                              Shuhaib murder: There’ll be no intervention in probe, says Kodiyeri                                              CM, ministers go to Thrissur, administration may freeze                                              No murder can be accepted: VS                                              Former PNB official used, shared bank passwords to help Nirav Modi                                              NCP candidate Jonathone Sangma killed by terrorists in Meghalaya                                              Passenger plane carrying 66 people crashes in southern Iran                                              Iran greatest threat to world: Netanyahu                                              Russian church shooting leaves 4 dead                                              ISL: Kerala Blasters pips North East United 1-0                                              J'burg T20I: India look to extend dominance against Proteas                                              J'burg WT20I: SA win toss, ask Indian eves to bat first                                              J'burg T20: Bhuvi's fiver seals victory for India                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       CITYNEWS Next Article: Case against eight RSS workers  
       Thirteen fishermen discharged
 
         Posted on :10:13:10 Dec 7, 2017
   
A A
       Last edited on:10:13:10 Dec 7, 2017
         Tags: 13, fishermen, discharged
 

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Thirteen fishermen who survived the waves in the aftermath of the cyclonic storm Ockhi and were admitted to the Government Medical College Hospital here, were discharged on Wednesday.

The fishermen have been identified as Marcilin (56), Simon (45), Mariya John (56), Johnson (29), Susaipakiam (59) and Deshi Devoos (31) from Poonthura, Edmund (50) from Pozhiyoor, Zyrus (51) and Bosco (48) from Poovaar, Bijudas (30), Benziyar (51), Jose (48) and Clarence (57) from Adimalathura.

Michael (42) from Poonthura, who is undergoing treatment at the trauma care ICU, is still in a serious condition.

He is currently being given ventilator support. Wilfred (48) from Pulluvila has been shifted from the orthopaedic ICU to the ward, following an improvement in his health condition.

According to the doctors at the hospital, the rest of the fishermen admitted here are in a stable state.

On Wednesday, one more fisherman was admitted to the hospital.

Francis (31) from Pozhiyoor had gone for fishing a few days back and got caught in the high waves. He was rescued by a team and taken to Kochi, from where he was shifted to the Medical College Hospital here. Including him, there are 22 fishermen currently undergoing treatment at the Hospital.

The body of Joseph Kuria (55), who was brought dead to the Hospital, was handed over to his relatives in the morning.

The body was being kept in the mortuary for the past few days, as there was no way to identify the person.

It was following a DNA test that the identity was ascertained.

Nine more bodies are yet to be identified.

Two of these bodies are being kept in the Medical College mortuary, four at the Sree Chithra Institute mortuary and three at the General Hospital mortuary.

A A
       CITYNEWS
Next Article: Case against eight RSS workers
 
 
CITYNEWS HEADLINES
Airline directed to pay Rs 1.5 lakh as compensation  
N K Gopalan passes away  
Youth killed in accident  
Policeman found dead  
Major fire averted  
One held for attempt to murder wife  
All accused acquitted in Paravur case  
Hotel owners back strike  
Two foreign journos in custody for trespassing on campus  
Probe CPI (M) leaders’ role in murder: IUML  
Hike unjustified: Chennithala  
Student commits suicide ahead of exam  
New aravana plant commissioned  
CPM office attacked in Kanjirapally  
Ramanunni donates prize money to Junaid's mother  
Four injured in DYFI-RSS clash in Alappuzha  
Kodikunnil flays K J Alphons  
Hyderali re-elected IUML State chief  
Gold seized at Kochi airport  
Four injured in clashes  
BJP govt’s budget is a blood sucking dispensation: Chidambaram  
Library gutted  
Pillion rider run over by truck  
Former DGP dead  
BDJS to continue in NDA: Thushar  
 
Do you think Kerala govt is a failure in mantaining law and order in the State?
yes
 
no
 
no opinion
 
 
 
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