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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Isaac has said the government will not stop nine benevolent fund schemes including Karunya and Sukrutham. “The poor will be given treatment in government hospitals even if they don’t have money,” he said.  

The minister was responding to news reports that the government was planning to stop several benevolent fund scheme that had been a relief to many a commoner.

Under Karunya scheme, people get financial help for diseases like cancer, heart ailments, brain/ liver surgeries, kidney diseases (dialysis), further treatments, peritoneal dialysis, haemophilia (Rs three lakh for each patient) and ailments related to back bone, spinal chord and lungs. 

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Pinarayi seeks probe into death of priest in UK  
K R Mohanan dies  
New flag mast in Sabarimala found damaged  
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Doctors taking leave unnecessarily can quit, says minister  
Unexpected hurricane at Kundamkulam  
Telephonic conversation between Dilip’s manager and Vishnu exposed  
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Kodiyeri comes down heavily on Modi  
Handwriting is not that of Pulsar Suni’s, Dilip’s statement to be recorded  
Don't make people visit village offices twice for an official purpose, orders govt  
Eid-Ul-Fitr on Monday  
Kodiyeri says counterfeit note printing by BJP is treason  
Joy’s suicide: Village assistant charged with abetment of suicide  
Killing in the name of beef reveals the ugly face of communal fascism: Chennithala  
Dengue claims yet another life in Kerala  
CM asks Centre to put cap on airfares to Gulf sector  
P T Thomas MLA demands CBI probe in attack on actress case  
Pulsar Suni's letter to Dileep demanding money is out  
Malayalee priest’s mysterious death: Chennithala e-mails Sushma Swaraj  
Dileep says reinvestigation based on his complaint  
Missing Malayalee priest found dead in Scotland  
Much irregularities found at Chempanode village office  
Unaccounted wealth: Vigilance rules out investigation against Jacob Thomas  
Attack on actress: Dileep complains of Rs. 1.5 crore ransom and blackmail  
 
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