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       HEADLINES: UDF hartal: Stray incidents of violence at some places                                              They cannot touch us: Kodiyeri responds to BJP leader                                              Chalakudy Rajeev murder: Adv. Udayabhanu made seventh accused                                              Congress doesn’t need support of ‘sankhakal’: V T Balram                                              Disrespect to Chennithala’s promise, Hartal hits normal life                                              Aarushi murder: Talwars to walk free on Monday                                              Will 'gouge out eyes' of attackers in Kerala: BJP leader on political killings                                              Ram temple in Ayodhya by next Diwali: Subramanian Swamy                                              Congress-CPM coalition: CC rejects Yechury’s suggestion                                              Sitharaman commissions INS Kiltan into Navy                                              Over 275 killed in Somalia bombing                                              Chinese hegemony spreading across ASEAN                                              Iraqi army launches operation in Kirkuk                                              Netherlands, PNG qualify for ICC WC Qualifier 2018                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Medical admission: Governor returns Govt's ordinance    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Ordinance issued by the government in connection with the medical college admission was returned by Justice P Sadasivam, who declined to sign it. The governor returned, seeking more clarity on the Ordinance, issued to bypass the Supreme Court order.

         A throwback concert with echoes of spiritual insights    
A few years ago veteran singer K J Yesudas decided not to blacken his hair anymore and allow it to take the natural greying process. Now, when this iconic singer spots his long silvery mane and beard with not even a single line of black, some say he looks like a great rishi right out from the Puranas, some say he looks sadly old.

         Solar report: Ommen Chandy writes to Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has written a letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, requesting him to make a copy of Solar Commission report available to him.

         Solar Commission report can’t be made public: CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said solar Commission report can’t be made public now. Former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy had written a letter to the chief minister seeking a copy of the Solar Commission report. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made this clear during an interview he gave to a national news agency on Monday.

         Govt. tried to provoke clashes in hartal: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking at a press meet, opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has alleged that the government tried to provoke clashes in the hartal observed by the UDF.

         Licence will be cancelled if construction works are hampered: Minister Sudakaran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a statement Minister G Sudhkaran has said contractors who throw spanner into road construction works will be black-listed and their licence will be cancelled.

         Disrespect to Chennithala’s promise, Hartal hits normal life    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The hartal observed by the opposition Congress-led UDF in Kerala has literally affected normal life in the state. Congress members and members of other allied parties celebrated the hartal by blocking traffic, pelting stones at vehicles that plied on road, and by force closing of shops.

         Congress doesn’t need support of ‘sankhakal’: V T Balram    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V T Balram MLA has taken to Facebook to take a dig at the CPM Central Committee (CC) rejecting the argument that the Congress must be included in the grand secular coalition on a national level against the BJP.

         No need of politics in college campuses, repeats HC    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has repeated its earlier ruling that there is no need for politics in college campuses. The HC made clear that campuses are not the place to exercise politics.

         Chalakudy Rajeev murder: Adv. Udayabhanu made seventh accused    
KOCHI: Advocate Udayabhanu has been made the seventh accused in the Chalakudy Rajeev murder case. The report has been handed over to the court in a sealed cover.

         They cannot touch us: Kodiyeri responds to BJP leader    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has responded to the remark made by BJP national general secretary Saroj Pandey that if the killing of her party workers continued in Kerala, "eyes of the attackers will be gouged out."

         UDF hartal: Stray incidents of violence at some places    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Stray incidents of violence happened during the initial hours of the UDF hartal protesting the raising fuel price and the anti-people policies of the state and the central governments.

         Gadkari to grant Rs. 60,000cr for Kerala    
KOLLAM: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Sunday said he would sanction a grant of Rs. 60,000 crore for Kerala. Gadkari, who was addressing the Jan Raksha Yatra here, said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not indulge in politics in matters conceding national interest and promoted the idea of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas'.

         Trolls are made by jobless Malayalees: Kannanthanam    
PATHANAMTHITTA: Talking at the Pathanamthitta press club Union Minister Alphons Kannanthanam has said that it’s the jobless Malayalees who create trolls in social media.

         RSS leader hacked in Kannur    
KANNUR: RSS Kannur Muzhipilangadi mandal karyavahak P Nidhish has been hacked here. He has been hacked on his arms, legs and forehead.

         Not giving solar report is violation of fundamental rights: K C Joseph    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K C Joseph MLA has said in a statement that minister A K Balan’s statement that the Solar Commission report will not be given as per RTI is government’s tactics to deny fundamental right.

         Chennithala says he’s convinced about Thomas Chandy’s encroachment    
ALAPPUZHA: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that he is personally convinced that minister Thomas Chandy has built his resort after wet filling the land of the Marthandam Lake.

         Hartal: DGP ensures security    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Lokanath Behera has said that he has taken all the measures to ensure security during the UDF hartal on Monday.

         Traders won’t cooperate with UDF hartal on Monday    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking to a private channel, the Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samithi (KVVES) president T Nazirudeen has said that the traders including hotels in the state will not cooperate with the hartal on Monday announced by the UDF.

         Pinarayi lauds LDF performance in Vengara    
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has lauded the performance of the LDF in the Vengara Assembly bypoll, and added that the pitiful performance of the BJP there is a backlash for them who tried to invade Kerala.

         Drop in UDF's majority need to be analysed: K Muraleedharan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: K Muraleedharan MLA has said that both the Congress and the UDF must look into the decrease in majority of K N A Khader in Vengara. Talking to reporters, he said he hopes that the Congress politburo committee and the UDF leadership will analyse this.

         BJP weakens in Vengara, SDPI gains grounds    
MALAPPURAM: The SDPI that came third in the Vengara Assembly bypoll after crossing BJP surprised all. SDPI’s K C Naseer secured 8648 votes, which is more than double the votes that the party had secured during last election.

         CPM-Congress alliance: VS supports Yechury    
NEW DELHI: Administrative reforms commission chairperson V S Achuthanandan has openly declared his support for the arguments put forward by CPM national general secretary Sitaram Yechury with regards to including the Congress in the secular front against the BJP on a national level.

         Hartal: Stern action against those unleashing violence, says CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Sunday said all kind of protection would be given to the people on the day of hartal announced in the state on Monday. Instructions on it has been given to state police chiefs, he informed via Facebook.

         Verdict against misuse of power, says Chennithala    
MALAPPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said the victory in Vengara bypolls is a proof of the support of the people. The verdict is against the CPM’s misuse of power, he told reporters soon after the poll results were out.

         Govt has people’s support, VS claims evidence of LDF's influence    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said the leap of the LDF in Vengara is an evidence of people’s support for government’s activities led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The UDF’s victory is only technical, he told reporters here.

         IUML retains Vengara Assembly seat    
MALAPPURAM: The Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), a key partner in the Congress-led UDF Opposition in Kerala, Sunday retained the Vengara Assembly seat by defeating its nearest rival CPI-M candidate in the by-poll.

         Khader leading by 10,000 votes in Vengara    
MALAPPURAM: When counting of votes polled in the October 11 by-election to the Vengara Lok Sabha constituency is progressing, UDF candidate K N A Khader is leading by 10,000 votes. When 85 booths were counted, Khader has obtained 31390 votes.

         Laws should be made to retain campus politics: Antony    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior Congress Leader A K Antony has said that State government should make law to retain student politics in educational institutions. Antony was responding to the high court order the other day that studies and politics need not go hand in hand. “The government should call an all-party meeting to discuss the matter. The high court’s decision will help communal forces,” he said.

         Technical glitch: Jeddah-bound AI flight grounded at Kochi    
KOCHI: An Air India flight that flew to Saudi Arabian City of Jeddah from Kochi international airport was grounded immediately at the airport after it developed technical issues.

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