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       HEADLINES: Chargesheet against Dileep with Manju as witness to be filed today                                              Govt to ask centre to ban Mangalam channel, says CM                                              Return of Saseendran: Decision by next week                                              Revenue official was transferred not to settle scores: Chandrasekharan                                              Woman flight traveller’s outburst at Kannamthanam                                              ‘Padmavati’ row: Kamal wants Deepika’s head 'saved'                                              Indian Army breaks world record with 58 men on single bike                                              IFFI 2017: Sridevi inaugurates Indian Panorama                                              Finally, Robert Mugabe resigns                                              Pak's judicial body orders release of Hafiz Saeed                                              Kohli climbs to fifth spot in Test rankings                                              Sindhu leads India's challenge at Hong Kong Open                                              India vs SL: Bhuvi, Dhawan released from team                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Woman flight traveller’s outburst at Kannamthanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A woman passenger, who is also a doctor, on Wednesday, shouted at Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannamthanam, alleging that her flight got delayed because of him. She virtually lambasted the minister, saying that the flight had to wait for him, who had allegedly arrived late.

         Revenue official was transferred not to settle scores: Chandrasekharan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Revenue Minister E Chandrasekharan has said a revenue official at Devikulam was transferred not to settle scores with him. “The decision was taken since more officials were needed in centres were title deeds are being issued. He was transferred to improve the service. This need not be interpreted in a wrong manner,” the minister said.

         CPI bans K E Ismail from attending LDF meetings    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPI has banned CPI leader K E Ismail, who made many controversial statement in connection with former minister Thomas Chandy’s resignation, from attending LDF meetings.

         Actress attack case: Charge sheet filed; Dileep made eighth accused    
KOCHI: In the actress attack case, the Special Investigation team has filed supplementary charge sheet in the Angamaly Magistrate court. The charge sheet was filed at around 3:35 pm and it has made Dileep the eight accused. About 17 sections relating to conspiracy and gang rape have been charged against Dileep. In the case, there are 11 accused in total. The seven accused in the first charge sheet have been retained like that.

         Return of Saseendran: Decision by next week    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The decks have been cleared for the return of NCP leader A K Saseendran to cabinet as he has been acquitted in the judicial commission report that probed phone call case involving him.

         Media was not blocked at Secretariat: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that media persons were not blocked at the Secretariat on Tuesday, the day on which Justice P S Antony Commission report was handed over to the chief minister. “No instruction was given from the chief minister’s office to block media persons. News that came out in this regard is false. When I arrived at my office on Tuesday, media persons were waiting outside the Secretariat. Since I came late, I first went receive PS Commission

         Hadiya case: SC refuses urgent hearing for in-camera proceedings    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to accord urgent hearing on a plea filed by the father of Hadiya, who converted to Islam before marrying a Muslim man, that interaction with the woman be conducted in-camera.

         Govt to ask centre to ban Mangalam channel, says CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the government will ask the centre to ban Mangalam channel which aired the sleazy talk of former minister A K Saseendran.

         Chargesheet against Dileep with Manju as witness to be filed today    
KOCHI: The chargesheet against actor Dileep inthe actor abduction casewill be filed before the Angamaly Magistrate Court Wednesday afternoon with Manju Warrier as the main witness.

         People will block Left Front’s move to show off might: Suresh Gopi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Suresh Gopi has said that no Corporation administrator has the right to say that streetlights should not be installed using MP-MLA fund.

         Puducherry registration: Fahadh Faasil pay up Rs 18 lakh as tax    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Fahadh Faasil who registered his posh car in Puducherry in order to evade Kerala road tax, wriggled out of the awkward situation by paying up Rs 17.68 lakh as road tax in Kerala. He remitted the tax at Alappuzha RTO office. Earlier, the Motor Vehicle department and Crime Branch had sent notice to the star, asking him to submit documents related to the vehicle.

         Dog strays into house premise, bites child    
KOCHI: A one-and-a-half year old girl who was left to play outside her house carelessly by her parents was bitten by a stray dog. The incident happened at Marad in Ernakulam on Tuesday noon. The child, who sustained injuries on her leg was first admitted to Thrippunithura Taluk hospital and later shifted to Ernakulam General Hospital. The locals beat the dog to death.

         Kerala 'love jihad': Hadiya's father moves fresh plea seeking in-camera proceedings    
NEW DELHI: Hadiya's father moved a fresh application in the Supreme Court on Tuesday seeking direction for in-camera proceedings of the hearing on November 27, in connection with the Kerala 'love jihad' case. The 24-year-old Hadiya has been in the headlines after she became a Muslim following her marriage to Shafin Jahan.

         Mayor stamped me: BJP councillor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP councillor Giri Kumar has come out with allegations against Mayor V K Prashanth that the latter had stamped him when he fell to the floor during the tussle between BJP-CPM councillors over installing high mast light. On his Facebook page, Girikumar said that the BJP members had not attacked the Mayor.

         Kerala HC orders to screen ‘S Durga’ at IFFI    
KOCHI: A single bench of the Kerala High Court on Tuesday directed that Malayalam film ‘S Durga’ be screened at the ongoing 48th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa.

         Dileep trying to sabotage case: Prosecution    
KOCHI: The Prosecution is getting ready to seek cancellation of bail given to actor Dileep in the actress attack case. They are planning to file a petition in the Angamaly Magistrate Court in this regard.

         HC to consider petition seeking to remove Pinarayi as CM on Nov 30    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has postponed the hearing of the petition seeking the removal of Pinarayi Vijayan as Chief Minister citing that his cabinet has lost collective responsibility to November 30.

         Even CPM members aren’t safe under Pinarayi govt: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has alleged that the Chief Minister with the portfolio of home ministry has become the shade and support of the RSS and the BJP.

         Pvt channel ‘trapped’ Saseendran: Judicial Commission    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Justice P S Antony Judicial Commission that investigated the ‘honey trap’ case of former transport minister A K Saseendran, gave a clean chit to the minister and said in its report handed over to the CM that the private channel was trapping the minister.

         15-year old girl dressed as boy caught trying to reach Sabarimala    
SABARIMALA: The police caught hold of a 15-year old girl who came to Sabarimala dressed as a boy. The Devaswom women’s members apprehended Madhu Nandini who came with a group from Nellore in Andhra Pradesh, in front of Pampa guard room because of suspicion, and handed her over to the police.

         No problem in Saseendran becoming minister again if acquitted: NCP    
NEW DELHI: The NCP state president T P Peethambaran Master has said that there is no problem in A K Saseendran in returning as a minister if he’s acquitted in the ‘honey trap’ case.

         Dileep gets permission to visit Dubai    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has given permission to actor Dileep, who is accused in the actress attack case and out on conditional bail, to go to Dubai. He has been given one-week relaxation on his bail condition.

         Surveillance drone crashes in Kochi    
KOCHI: As Kochi is getting ready to welcome Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, a pilot-less plane (drone) of the Indian Navy crashed down only a few meters away from an oil tank.

         Media have become victims of commercial interests: Justice Antony Commission    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The report submitted by the Justice P S Antony Commission to the government also includes recommendations to be given to the media.

         No need of any ominous thoughts: A K Saseendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Responding to event with regards to the submission of the judicial commission report on his ‘honey trap’ case, former minister A K Saseendran has said to reporters that there has been no discussions as to the NCP’s ministerial berth.

         Antony Commission report: Meida denied entry in Secretariat    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The media had been denied entry into the secretariat when retired district judge P S Antony, who investigated former minister A K Saseendran’s ‘honey trap’ case, went to submit the judicial investigation report to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at his chamber.

         ‘Honey trap’ case against A K Saseendran: Commission submits report    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Retired district judge P S Antony who investigated the ‘honey trap’ case that resulted in the resignation of former minister A K Saseendran has submitted the commission report to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

         Clashes in Munnar hartal, CPI not participating    
MUNNAR: As the hartal declared by the Munnar Protection Committee in 10 panchayats in the Idukki district is progressing, there are reports of clashes in some places.

         There was no pressure: Justice P S Antony    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Retired justice P S Antony has said that he’s completely satisfied at his investigation on former minister A K Saseendran’s ‘honey trap’ case. Talking to reporters, he said he faced no pressure whatsoever during his probe.

         One arrested in connection with attack on Mayor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: An RSS worker was arrested tonight in connection with the recent attack on the city corporation Mayor V K Prashant, police said.

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