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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Government Wednesday announced a  solatium of Rs 10 lakh to the family of Jishnu Pranoy, a first year computer science student of Pambady Nehru College, who committed suicide. The cabinet also decided to entrust a panel with education minister as the chairman to study the issues of self-financing colleges.

An amount of Rs 2 lakh would be given to the kin of those died while standing in queues in banks following demonetization of notes.

400 posts of drivers in police would be created.

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KERALA HEADLINES
Senkumar case a boost to people standing up against Marxist aristocracy: Surendran  
Alancier stages dramatised protest against M M Mani  
Court order not backlash against government  
There’s relevance to reforming Marxism: VS  
SC verdict is charge sheet against govt: Chennithala  
One should use one’s tongue wisely: Speaker  
Pinarayi govt shines through Mani ‘ashan’: Adv Jayasankar  
Case filed against M M Mani  
Fourteenth assembly meeting from Tuesday  
Manju Warrier lends support to Pembilai Orumai  
SC comes out in sharp criticism of govt  
Shobha Surendran says Mani will get beaten up by Kerala women  
Govt will do what legally needs to be done: Pinarayi  
Don’t harass sincere officials: Senkumar  
SC order should be carried out in entirety: VS  
DGP Senkumar’s removal: SC rules in favour of Senkumar  
I’ll not directly apologize to Pembilai Orumai, says Minister Mani  
People’s representative shouldn’t indulge in such gimmicks: P C George  
I’ll not ask to end protest: M M Mani  
‘Collector Bro’ reacts to M M Mani’s ‘Oolampara’ statement  
M M Mani’s issue: NDA declares Idukki hartal  
It’s high-time to put M M Mani in chains: V T Balram MLA  
Didn’t mean to insult women: M M Mani  
Mani’s comments are wrong, party will discuss it: Kodiyeri  
Talking against women not Communist norm: VS  
 
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