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June 25, Monday 2018 4:10 AM       
       HEADLINES: B Sujatha Devi Passes Away                                              Fish preserved in formalin seized                                              Son brutally beats mother                                              Bid to sabotage probe against ADGP’s daughter                                              V K Rajagopal’s Sabarimala appointment cancelled                                              Violence cannot solve any problem: Modi                                              Major held for colleague's wife's murder                                              PDP never 'wavered' on agenda of alliance, says Mehbooba                                              UAE says ready to back efforts for peaceful Yemen rebel pullout                                              Musharraf says he has not quit politics                                              Constant bullying of activists unacceptable: HRCP                                              Kohli & Co. depart for Ireland, England tour                                              FIFA WC: Lukaku, Hazard braces help Belgium stun Tunisia 5-2                                              FIFA WC: Vela, Hernandez help Mexico win against S Korea 2-1                                              Amit wins gold at World Para Athletics Grand Prix                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Two-year-old fatally knocked down by train    
 
 
KASARAGOD: A two-year-old boy was fatally knocked down by a train near Koppalam at Mogral. The child has been identified as Bilal, son of Siddique of Mogral and Ayesha.

 
         PMO is not a place where one can go whenever felt, says Rajagopal    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hitting out at Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for accusing Prime Minister of 'consistently ignoring' the state, the BJP in Kerala Sunday said his statement came out of his 'hatred' for Narendra Modi.

 
         Dileep back in AMMA    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Dileep arraigned in the actress attack case has been reinstated back in Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA). Stars of the Malayalam film industry had wanted the actor to be reinstated and raised this at the general body meeting of the association convened here Sunday.

 
         Union Minister should show some decency, says Minister Sudhakaran    
 
 
KOCHI: Public Works Minister G Sudharakan came down heavily on Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal over Palakkad coach factory. The minister asked the union minister to show some decency on the issue. The Keralites know well to grab their rights, he said.

 
         E Sreedharan to chair panel    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Delhi Metro rail advisor E Sreedharan has been given a new post. The centre has appointed him as the chairman of the panel determining the standard of metros in the country.

 
         Mohanlal to lead ‘AMMA’    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Mohanlal has been selected as the president of Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA). Mukesh has been chosen as the vice-president. Mohanlal has replaced Innocent, who helmed the association for the past 18 years.

 
         V K Rajagopal’s Sabarimala appointment cancelled    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Travancore Devaswom Board cancelled V K Rajagopal’s appointment as liaison officer of Sabairmala. Board president A Padma Kumar said the appointment is being cancelled following some technical reasons.

 
         Bid to sabotage probe against ADGP’s daughter    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is a bid to sabotage the case filed against ADGP’s daughter for assaulting police driver Gavaskar. The ADGP is trying to prove that the vehicle was not driven by Gavaskar.

 
         Pinarayi slams Goyal on Kanjikode coach factory    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has come to the fore harshly criticising Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. He should not think that he can say anything being a minister. The state has achieved a good progress in acquiring land for the development of railways.

 
         Son brutally beats mother    
 
 
KOLLAM: An old woman was brutally beaten by her son. Rahaelamma, a native of Kulathupuzha in Kollam was brutally beaten by her son Babu Kuttan. He fled soon after the incident. The police has intensified search for him.

 
         Body of youth missing after Argentina’s defeat found    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: The body of the youth, who went missing leaving a suicide note after Croatia defeated Argentina in the FIFA World Cup, has been found in the Meenachil River. The body of Dinu Alexander, (30), son of Alexander of Arumanoor was found from Illikkallil Bridge, 15 kilometres away from his house.

 
         Fish preserved in formalin seized    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a major haul, 6,000 kg of fish, preserved in toxic chemical formalin, was seized at the border check post of Walayar in Palakkad. The state Food Safety department officials foiled the attempt to ferry the chemical-mixed fish from Andhra Pradesh during a raid carried out as part of the 'Operation Sagar Rani,' a drive launched to ensure safety and hygiene at fish handling and distribution centres.

 
         B Sujatha Devi Passes Away    
 
 
Thiruvanathapuram :B Sujatha Devi, writer, teacher and sister of famous poetess Sugathakumari, passed away on Saturday. She was 72. She has been under medical care at SUT hospital for old age-related health issues.

 
         Police driver says he was pressurised to withdraw case    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police Driver Gavaskar has said that there was pressure on him to withdraw from his case against ADGP Sudesh Kumar’s daughter. But he said he was not going to back off and he would continue his legal fight. He was speaking to media after getting discharged from hospital.

 
         Chance for heavy rain; Fishermen warned    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Met department has said that there can be heavy rains in State on Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday. On these days there can 7 to 11 cm rains.

 
         Mentally-ill son kills mother    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: A mentally-ill son killed his mother on Saturday at Kozhikode Nallalam Basar. The dead has been identified as the late Pullithodi Parambu Edakkottu native Muhammed’s wife Sainaba (75). She was hacked to death by her son Saheer.

 
         Now, complainant complaints against Pink police    
 
 
KOCHI: A make-shift shop vendor has come up with a complaint that she was verbally abused by Pink Police, whom she had called to settle a dispute.

 
         Abuse on social media: Action on Nisha Jose K Mani's complaint    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: State Women’s Commission has accepted the complaint of Nisha Jose K Mani that she was being humiliated through social media.

 
         Need for collaborative teaching programmes in health care Technology: Vardhan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Minister for Science and Technology, Harsh Vardhan today said increased use of technology in health care should necessarily be accompanied by increased manpower. There should be collaborative teaching programmes with faculty from both medical and engineering institutions for manpower generation and skill development in health care technology, he said.

 
         Foreign lady's murder: Husband to approach International court    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Andrew Jordhan, the husband of Latvian woman, who was found murdered at Kovalam recently under mysterious circumstances, has come out with the allegation that the probe into the case was not satisfactory. “The attempt was to wind up the case at the earliest and not to find out the truth. Though I had approached the chief minister on May 6, demanding a CBI inquiry, there was no use. We will approach Hague-based International court for an effective probe. Once I reach Irel

 
         Move on for settling Ganesh Kumar's road rage case    
 
 
KOLLAM: The road rage case in which Ganesh Kumar allegedly beat up a youth and verbally abused his mother for not giving way to his car appears to be heading for a settlement.

 
         Syro Malabar church: New administrative for compromise talks    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The administrator of Syro Malabar church has started the move for compromise talks over arguments regarding Syro-Malabar church land deals.

 
         Varappuzha: Policeman arrested for taking bribe to hospitalise Sreejith    
 
 
KOCHI: Police man Pradeep Kumar, who allegedly took bribe from Varappuzha native Sreejith’s relatives for hospitalising him, was arrested on Saturday.

 
         Water dam at Kattipara was built with knowledge of Panchayat    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Abdul Lateef, the person who built check-dam on his plot at Kakkadampoyili, where there were landslides, has said that he had built the dam with the consent of Koodaranji Panchayat. He told a private channel that he had actually given an application for starting a goat farm.

 
         Kerala's 4th international airport at Kannur to open in September    
 
 
Union Minister for Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu on Saturday, following a meeting with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, announced the opening of the Kannur International Airport Ltd (KIAL) in September.

 
         Tried to meet PM several times, but in vain: Pinarayi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has alleged that though he tried to get appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he was not ready for it. Modi’s reply was to meet the minister of the department concerned. “The Central government is not giving the required support for development works. The Centre should be ready to respect the Federal system. The Centre’s negligence towards States will hamper the progress of nation. The Centre’s allegation that land is not given for t

 
         10-yr-old girl falls into canal at Vengara    
 
 
VENGARA: A ten-year-old girl who went out to see water rising in a canal at Vengara, fell into the canal and went missing The child who has gone missing is Parappur native Janna Fathima.

 
         Now on, appointment of Camp followers via PSC    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has decided to make the appointment of Police Camp Followers through PSC, following allegations of servitude in Police Force. Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan gave an order in this regard to the home department. He also gave instruction to make amendments to Last Grade Service appointment rules within one month.

 
         Syro Malabar land controversy: Sebastian Edayanthra removed    
 
 
Syro Malabar land deal: Ernakulam Angamaly Diocese Administrator Sebastian Edayanthra was removed from his post in the wake of Syro Malabar land controversy.

 
         Ganesh can be in soup if house woman sticks to statement    
 
 
KOLLAM: In a road rage case in which K B Ganesh Kumar MLA allegedly humiliated a house woman Sheena and beat up his son, the MLA can be in soup if she sticks to her secret statement recorded in front of the Magistrate. The police will then have to file a case under IPC 324.

 
 
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