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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The number of deaths due to Ockhi cyclone has risen to 39. From near Vizhinjam two bodies were fished out from the sea. But the bodies are yet to be identified. The bodies were shifted to Medical College hospital mortuary. Today alone six bodies were found.

In the search conducted in Alappuzha and Kochi earlier, two bodies were found. From Alappuzha deep sea, Marine Enforcement found another body.

Meanwhile, the Navy rescued 15 fishermen. They were rescued from Kozhikode shore.

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Witnesses identify Shuhaib murder case accused  
Shuhaib murder: Arrested are not dummy accused: K Sudhakaran  
Team under IG to probe Attapadi Mob lynching  
K R Meera’s post on Madhu turns viral  
Attappadi lynching: How did Madhu become a thief, asks Jacob Thomas  
Seven persons stood around me, assaulted: Madhu's dying declaration  
Attappadi lynching: Centre intervening, sought explanation from state govt  
Poor moving away from party: CPM’s self-criticism  
28 fake companies run by Kodiyeri’s sons in Thiruvananthapuram: BJP  
North Indian-style anarchy can't be permitted: M B Rajesh  
Attappadi lynching: Madhu was my brother, says Mammootty  
Shuhaib murder: K Sudhakaran’s health deteriorating  
Attapadi lynching: A K Balan assures magisterial probe  
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Rubber merchant’s death suspected to be suicide  
 
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