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February 28, Tuesday 2017 8:01 PM       
       HEADLINES: Sexual assault: Case against vicar                                              Fourth standard boy dies of food poisoning                                              Rice also from Bengal, to reach Kerala by March 10                                              Seven killed, 30 injured as bus falls into canal in Krishna district                                              Mahershala Ali creates history; becomes first Muslim to win Oscar                                              Moonlight wins best picture in historic La La gaffe                                              Man who intervened in US shooting says 'happy to risk my life'                                              'PIA captain, others asked to explain 'overloading' incident'                                              Last letters: From Mosul schoolboys to Islamic State 'martyrs'                                              Kohli named captain of the year at ESPNcricinfo Awards                                              India's Jitu-Heena win mixed event for 10m air pistol                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Rice also from Bengal, to reach Kerala by March 10    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Cooperation Minister Kadakampally Surendran has said the rice will be bought from West Bengal in order to tide over the crisis arising out of rice shortage in Kerala.

 
         Plus Two student's pregnancy: Priest confesses to crime    
 
 
PERAVOOR: Police on Tuesday arrested Kottiyoor St Sebastian Church Vicar Robin Vadakkumchery in connection with a Plus Two student giving birth to a baby boy. They said that the priest had confessed to have sexually abused the girl, leading to her pregnancy. He was arrested at Chalakkudy as he was making an attempt to flee the country for Canada. Believers coming under the parish have expressed their protest over the incident. Meanwhile, police are readying to take a strong action against p

 
         Attack on actress: Mobile phone still missing    
 
 
KOCHI: It seems Pulsar Suni, the main accused in the actress assault case, is taking the police for a ride as he has been repeatedly changing his statement on where he threw the cell phone he used to capture assault scenes. After intense grilling, Suni said he had thrown the phone to Vembanattu backwater from Goshree bridge in Ernakulam. On the basis of this confession, the police and navy divers were called in to comb the area, which they started from Tuesday morning.

 
         Govt to go ahead with Athirappilly project: Minister Mani    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Electricity Minister M M Mani has informed the Assembly in writing that the government will go ahead with Athirappilly project; reclamation of land for the project has already begun. In the question and answer session, the minister gave this answer to N Shamshuddin’s question. The government plans to start 15 new hydroelectric projects of 312 megawatts each. In this list, Athirappilly comes in the 15th place. There are also plans for starting 20 small scale hydroelectric

 
         Fourth standard boy dies of food poisoning    
 
 
KANNUR: A fourth standard student of Ulikkal in Kannur died of food poisoning on Tuesday. The dead has been identified as Ulikal Nuchad native Yasin (10). Nine others have been admitted to Pariyaram Medical College hospital after they developed physical discomfort. The food taken from the house of his neighbour during the house-warming ceremony is said to be reason for the mishap.

 
         Will overcome crisis in life, thanks to supporters: Actress' first response    
 
 
KOCHI: The actress who was allegedly assaulted in a moving car recently has given her first response ever since the incident. She has written it on her Instagram page. She says she will overcome all the current crisis in her life. She has received many setbacks in life. What has happened in her life is something that she has never expected to happen. She has gone through lows and highs in life. The actress also expresses her thanks to all her well-wishers and those in the cinema field who

 
         Sexual assault: Case against vicar    
 
 
THIRUANANTHAPURAM: Police have registered a case against a church priest for allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl. The accused is priest Robin Vadakkumcherry. According to the complaint the sexual assault took place in the church. The police are known to have arrested the priest. The victim had given birth to a baby last week.

 
         Case against PC George    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Museum Police have filed a case against P C George MLA for allegedly slapping and injuring a canteen boy, who reportedly delayed supplying lunch to him. A case also been filed against George’s aide Sunny. The case was registered based on a complaint filed by canteen staff Manu, who showed his bruised lip and injured eye to media. The case has been registered on charges of calling abusive terms and making a combined attack. The incident related to the case happened o

 
         Where did Pinarayi of 1996 go, asks PC George    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: “Where did Pinarayi Vijayan, the ruler of 1996, go? The number of homicides in Kerala is increasing. It is not a question of who is behind the crime but it is about the number of precious lives being lost. Can this be accepted? If the Opposition use this for their political mileage, can we blame them? What steps will be taken against this killings?” these were some of the questions posed by PC George MLA, who had over the years fought his way to fame using his ‘anti-cor

 
         P C George ‘slaps’ canteen employee    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A complaint has been lodged against P C George MLA, alleging that he slapped an employee of Café Kudumbashree at the MLA Hostel in Thiruvananthapuram.

 
         If Hindustan is communal, CM should change his own name, says Kummanam    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State chief Kummanam Rajasekharan has taken pot-shots at Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his recent remark on ‘Hindustan’ in Mangalapuram. “The chief minister’s statement that the name Hindustan is communal is something that came out of his total ignorance of Indian history. He should at least be aware of the history of India’s Independence, let alone Indian history. Even Karl Marx used the term Hindustan while talking and writing about India,’ he says

 
         Attack on actress: Pulsar Suni taken to Wagamon for collecting evidence    
 
 
KOCHI: There is no breakthrough in tracing the mobile phone allegedly used by key accused Pulsar Suni to record the clippings of the actress they abducted and attacked.

 
         Opposition boycotts today's assembly proceedings    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Opposition boycotted Monday’s assembly proceedings as the government rejected its demand to discuss the attack on a prominent Malayalam actress. The Opposition that put up a strong objection by waving placards and banners later walked out of the Assembly. Emerging out from the Assembly hall, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said it was boycotting the Assembly as the government was not ready to suspend the proceedings and discuss the actress’ issue.

 
         Actress issue rocks assembly, opposition boycotts    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The abduction and assault of a noted actress rocked the Kerala Assembly proceedings Monday with the opposition alleging that the state government has "weakened the probe" into the infamous incident.

 
         Bank strike today    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Banking operations in the public sector will paralyse on Tuesday as bank employees across the country will go on strike on the day. Around ten lakh bank employees from scheduled bank and cooperative bank will take part in the strike. SBI, Bank of Baroda, Punjab National Bank and others have informed the customers about the inconvenience they may face due to the strike.

 
         Govt does not rule out conspiracy in actress’ attack case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government does not rule out conspiracy in connection with the abduction and attack on a popular actress, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told the assembly. I have informed it in the court.

 
         Nine women held for gold smuggling    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The customs Monday took into custody nine women with two kilograms of gold at the international airport in the capital city. They landed here at 5 am in the Srilankan Airlines.

 
         Surendran’s speech to be examined, says CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Monday told the assembly that they will examine what steps can be taken legally regarding the sensational speech delivered by BJP leader K Surendran in Mangalore.

 
         Two killed in bus-car collision    
 
ALAPPUZHA: Two car passengers were killed when their vehicle collided with a KSRTC bus in Alappuzha. Four including a child sustained injuries. The dead has been identified as Prasad (50) of Mavelikkara and Sankaranarayanan (64) of Jaya Niwas. The condition of two of the injured is stated to be serious.

 
         Attack on actress: Probe should be handed over to trusted agency    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Investigation in the abduction and assault of a noted actress in Kochi should be handed over to a trusted agency, said BJP former state chief V Muraleedharan at a press meet. The probe should be conducted either by a central agency or under the supervision of the court.

 
         Afghanistan: ISIS recruit from Kerala killed in drone strike    
 
 
KASARGOD: A youth from Kerala, believed to have joined the ISIS has been killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan. The message was received by the family of Hafesudheen Theke Koleth in Kasaragod, Kerala, who was from the missing 21-member group who have left the nation.

 
         Kunhalikutty selected League national general secretary    
 
 
CHENNAI: Former minister P K Kunhalikutty has been selected general secretary of the Indian Union Muslim League. Prof Khader has been chosen national president.

 
         Attack on actress: Prime accused brought to Coimbatore for evidence collection    
 
 
KOCHI: The two main accused- Sunil Kumar and Vijeesh- in the abduction and assault of a Malayalam actress were brought to Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu early in the morning for evidence collection.

 
         Chennithala alleges conspiracy behind actress's abduction    
 
 
KOCHI: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala Sunday slammed Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his reported statement that there was no "conspiracy" behind the recent abduction and assault of a noted actress. "When the chief minister, who is also holding the home portfolio, is saying that there was no conspiracy behind the incident.... is there any need for further evidence to prove that he was trying to sabotage the investigation into the case," Chennithala said.

 
         My removal due to political vendetta, DGP Senkumar in SC    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Removing me from the post of state police chief was due to political vendetta, pointed DGP T P Senkumar in the plea filed in the Supreme Court.

 
         Attack on actress: I never said there was no conspiracy, says Pinarayi    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: I have never said that there was no conspiracy in connection with the attack on the actress, said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Sunday. A daily had carried the news that there was no conspiracy and I spoke about it, he told reporters here.

 
         Fire near Padmanabhaswamy Temple, godown gutted    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A fire Sunday broke out in a godown belonging to a post office near the famous Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple here. The fire triggered panic in the area, a high-security zone in the city in view of its proximity to the shrine besides being a thickly populated area.

 
         Actress identifies four at identification parade    
 
 
KOCHI: In the case related to assault on a Malayali actress, the identification parade of the accused was held at Aluva sub-jail on Saturday. The parade of Martin, Salim, Pradeep and Manikantan, who were arrested first, took place in the presence of first class judicial magistrate.

 
         Kerala CM lambasts RSS at communal harmony rally in Mangaluru    
 
 
MANGALURU: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today said right wing organisations, including the RSS, had been trying to divide the country for the last several years. Addressing a "communal harmony rally" organised by CPI(M) here, he said it was unfortunate that such organisations were tryingto disrupt peace in the country.

 
         Police raid house where Suni went after attacking actress    
 
 
KOCHI: Police on Saturday raided the house where main accused Pulsar Suni went after assaulting an actress. Three smart phones, memory cards, SIM cards and a Tablet were recovered from this house. The video images of Suni reaching his friend’s house at Kochi Gandhi Nagar after the crime were captured by the residential association’s CCTV installed at this place. Suni, who spent about 20 minutes at his friend’s house, has told the police that he couldn’t meet his friend but the poli

 
 
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