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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Mohanlal met Minister of Cultural Affairs A K Balan on Wednesday to discuss issues going on in AMMA. He met the minister at his official residence prior to the meeting with WCC members.
 
Soon after the meeting the minister told media that existing circumstances didn't require the interference from the government "I hope that Mohanlal would be able to resolve issues in AMMA.
 
AMMA had courted controversy ever since it decided to re-induct actor Dileep into the organisation with a few members protesting against the decision.
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KERALA HEADLINES
In BJP list, there was no Kannanthanam: Kanam  
Malabar cement corruption: Petition seeking CBI inquiry dismissed  
Jose Maveli arrested for hushing up sexual abuse in Janaseva Sisubhavan  
Irregularity over Jail IG’s elevation: Finance department recommends action  
6000 kg fish laced with formalin seized from Vadakara  
No need to file case against Cardinal over land deal: SC  
Received valuable information on Jasna: Govt  
Jail warden found hanging  
Popular Front threatens to kill newly-married couple, DYFI steps in to protect  
Health Condition of VS satisfactory: Doctors  
Kochuveli-Mysore train will run every day shortly: Kannanthanam  
Fake Twitter Account in CM’s name  
Jishnu Pranoy case: CBI reaches Nadapuram  
Rs 11 crore for development of Ernakulam Medical College  
Coach factories should not be as per ministers’ personal imaginations: VS  
Strong Rain: Holidays continue for educational institutions  
Sex scandal: First accused Fr Abraham Varghese denies allegations  
LDF govt clears Narayana Guru statue  
Abhimanyu murder: Investigation extended to Campus Front women activists  
Kannanthanam’s absence in all-party delegation paves way for political debate  
“If menstruation is disqualification,motherhood is crime”:P Sreeramakrishnan  
SC prevents arrest of two priests till order anticipatory bail plea  
All-party Kerala team returns with disgruntlement; PM criticises State govt  
Sabarimala: Travancore Devaswom Board opposes state of Kerala  
Suicide of Pariyaram medical college student: Thiruvananthapuram native arrested  
 
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