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       HEADLINES: Why we need these MPs to talk only in channels, asks K Surendran                                              Hartal in Kannur on Saturday                                              Malayali Jawan killed in Pak ceasefire violation                                              B Sandhya removed as ADGP, South                                              Was son killed over property dispute? Police unwilling to accept Jaya's statement                                              Fire breaks out in Mumbai's Navrang Studio                                              Solution to SC judges’ row likely on Monday                                              EC has never touched this low: AAP                                              Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted: US                                              India should not comment on Chinese construction in Doklam: Beijing                                              Pak-Iran to resume rail services                                              Kulbhushan Jadhav abducted from Iran: Baloch activist                                              Brazil legend Pele collapses with exhaustion                                              ICC U-19 WC: India thrash Zimbabwe to top Group B                                              We will definitely try to get Ashwin back in CSK: Dhoni                                              AIFF U-16 team departs for exposure trip to Dubai                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Malayali Jawan killed in Pak ceasefire violation    
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir): A Malayali soldier was killed in a ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's in Sunderbani sector on Friday. Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms, automatics and mortars along the Line of Control (LoC) from 1330 hours, the army said and added that they retaliated strongly and effectively.

         Hartal in Kannur on Saturday    
KANNUR: BJP has called for hartal in Kannur district on Saturday in protest against the murder of RSS worker. Vehicles have been exempted from hartal.

         RSS worker hacked to death in Kannur    
KANNUR: An RSS worker was hacked to death at Nedumboyil near Peravoor. The dead has been identified as Govt ITI student Shyama Prasad. Shyama Prasad was travelling on his bike when a gang of assailants, wearing masks, rushed to him in a car and hacked him. The incident happened at around 6 in the evening. Though he, with serious injuries, was soon admitted to a nearby hospital, his life could not be saved.

         Why we need these MPs to talk only in channels, asks K Surendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State general secretary has made some harsh comments tinged with sarcasm against Kerala MPs who didn’t take part in the meeting called by South Railway in connection with the development of railways.

         DYFI district president arrested    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DYFI Kannur district president M Shajar, who is an accused in several cases, was arrested by police on Friday. Despite receiving summons several times, he had not bothered to present himself in the court. Following this, he was arrested from the premises of Kannur stadium. Though he was not ready to go with the police, the police used force to arrest him. He was later produced in Kannur Judicial First Class Magistrate court and remanded.

         Youth Congress members beats up youth who questioned Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a brutal display of violence, the youth who openly questioned opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala was beaten up by Youth Congress members in full view of the public, media personals and the police in front of the Secretariat on Friday afternoon.

         Face of truth is like sewage pipe line: Jacob Thomas    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Having received flak from the high court in connection with the Pattoor case, Jacob Thomas has come out with his typical Facebook. The post that begins with the title Lesson 5, says that the face of the truth is like Sewage Pipe Line.

         No caravan, no AC...Rima walked out of shooting location, says director    
THRUVAANTHAPURAM: Tearing into actress Rima Kallingal’s opinions on Man-woman equality, a director has come out with some revelations against her.

         CPI hostile, Congress extends invitation: Mani to re-join UDF?    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It is being speculated that Kerala Congress (M) chairman K M Mani would join hands with the UDF again. A section of the Kerala Congress (M) feels that it’d be better for them to stay with the UDF considering the negative stance against joining LDF by their allied parties like CPI, and also the upcoming Changanur assembly by-polls.

         IS recruit from Kannur killed in Syria    
KANNUR: An Islamic State (IS) recruit from the district has been killed in Syria, police said here Friday. Confirming the death of Abdul Manaf (30), a native of Valapattinam in the district in November last year, a senior police official said the news was received by his relatives on January 17 from his friend, who is also in Syria, through Telegram messenger app.

         Third SC judge backs off from considering Thomas Chandy’s case    
NEW DELHI: A third Supreme Court judge withdrew from considering Thomas Chandy’s backwater encroachment case. This time, it was justice Kurian Joseph who backed off.

         Jayamol collapses in court, says she single-handedly killed her son    
KOLLAM: The police have produced Jayamol, the mother who killed her 14-year old son Jithu Job in Kureepally in Kottiyam near here, at the Paravoor First Class Magistrate Court.

         Don’t think everyone else are corrupt: HC criticises Jacob Thomas    
KOCHI: While considering the controversial Patoor case, the court asked Jacob Thomas not to consider everyone other than himself to be corrupt.

         Centre found solution to Sreejith’s protest: Kummanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that it was the Central Government that found a solution to Sreejith’s protest seeking justice for the custody death of his brother Sreejiv.

         VS backs Congress alliance    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Veteran leader V S Achuthanandan has come to the fore in support of the proposal to form an alliance with all secular-democratic parties including the Congress to fight the BJP, even while the argument regarding the same is rife in the CPM.

         Vizhinjam project face another roadblock: Adani port CEO resigns    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vizhinjam Adani Port Pvt. Ltd. CEO Santosh Mohapatra has resigned, which is a move that further hampers the progress of the construction of the dream project of Kerala.

         Thonnakal LPS food poisoning: Parents say spoilt sambhar played villain    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The parents of over 50 students who fell sick after food poisoning at the Thonnakkal LPS in Thiruvananthapuram the other day have said that it was the sambhar that was served with the lunch at the school that played the villain in the incident.

         Bar bribery case: HC expresses displeasure over leaking of vigilance report    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has expressed its dissatisfaction over the leaking of the vigilance report in connection with the bar bribery case. It also ordered a restrain on media discussions over the same under the circumstance of the vigilance taking a suo motu case over the issue and conducting an enquiry.

         State govt was unjust, not satisfied with decisions: Sreejith    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Sreejith, who has been protesting in front of the secretariat seeking a CBI probe into the custody death of his brother Sreejiv, has said that the state government has been unfair to him so far.

         Actress attack case: No action on Dileep’s complaint on charge sheet leak    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The court has ruled not to order for a probe based on the complaint of leak of the charge sheet in connection with the actress attack case, filed by actor Dileep.

         CBI will probe Sreejiv’s death, order passed    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The protest observed by Sreejith seeking to bring to light the perpetrators behind the custody death of Neyyattinkara native and his brother Sreejiv, has born results.

         Was son killed over property dispute? Police unwilling to accept Jaya's statement    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The mystery surrounding the murder of an 14-year old boy his mother in Kuripalli in Kollam still persists. Though the police have reached the conclusion that the mother Jayamol killed and burned her son single-handedly, as claimed by her, they refuse to believe in the reason for the murder being told by her.

         B Sandhya removed as ADGP, South    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a major shakeup of police top rung, B Sandhya has been removed as ADGP, South. Anil Kanth will replace her. Currently he is the Transport Commissioner.

         Food-poisoning at Thonnakkal LP school : 50 students hospitalised    
KAZHAKOOTTAM: About fifty students of Kudavoor govt LPS were admitted in various hospitals on Wednesday after they suffered from food-poisoning. About 40 among them, whose condition worsened, were shifted to Medical College SAT hospital and the rest were admitted to private hospitals at Vengode and Attingal.

         Suicide attempt of Nehru College student: Case against four    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police have filed a case against four persons for allegedly provoking a first year law student of Nehru Group’s Ottapalam Lakkidi Jawaharlal Law College to commit suicide. The case has been filed against College vice-principal Krishna Moorthy, Legal advisor Unnikrishnan, Office Assistant Vatsalakumar and teacher Sheena.

         SSLC English Exam postponed; No changes in other exams    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The SSLC English Exam that was to be held on March 12 has been postponed to 28. The exam was postponed after March 12 was declared a restricted holiday on account of Vaikunda Swami Jayanti celebration. But it is informed that there will not be any change in the dates of other examinations.

         ‘Roughing up’ P Jayarajan’s son: ASI gets suspension    
KANNUR: Mattannur Police Station ASI Manoj Kumar was suspended on Thursday based on a complaint by CPM district secretary P Jayarjan’s son Aashish, who alleged that he was beaten up by the cop when he asked them permission to use the toilet attached to the police station. The ASI has been suspended, pending inquiry.

         Posh car registration: V Muraleedharan seeks action against Karat Faisal    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP leader V Muraleedharan has demanded police to take action against Koduvalli CPM Councillor Karat Faisal, who allegedly challenged the police, saying that he would not pay fine, though there is proof that his posh car was registered under fake Puducherry address.

         Sreejiv's death: Govt seeks removal of stay on action against policemen    
KOCHI: Kerala government has taken a stand in the high court against policemen allegedly responsible for the custodial death of Neyyattinkara native Sreejiv.

         Motor vehicle strike on Wednesday    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Motor vehicle strike will be held in Kerala on Wednesday in protest against the hike in fuel prices.THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Motor vehicle strike will be held on Wednesday in protest against the hike in fuel prices.

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