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       HEADLINES: E P Jayarajan takes exception to Pannyan’s dig at Mohanlal                                              Day 2: Delhi cops grill Dhinakaran for 11 hours                                              Chhota Rajan, three others guilty in fake passport case                                              Situation in Kashmir will improve in 2-3 months: Mehbooba                                              AIADMK merger talks stalled as rival factions wrangle                                              Mexico will 'eventually' pay for border wall: Trump                                              N Korean media issue threat to 'wipe out' US                                              Tendulkar turns 44, wishes pour in from across the globe                                              Younis breaks 10,000-run barrier as Pak build reply                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         E P Jayarajan takes exception to Pannyan’s dig at Mohanlal    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM leader E P Jayarajan has criticised CPI State secretariat member Pannyan Raveendran for the latter’s disapproval of national award for Mohanlal this time. On his Facebook page, he says that Mohanlal is the pride of Malayalam and Malayalis. Earlier, Pannyan had remarked that with Mohanlal winning the award, the award had lost its sheen.

         M M Mani behaves like mentally unstable person: Sudheeran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress leader V M Sudheeran wrote on his Facebook page that minister M M Mani was behaving like a mentally deranged person. His mannerism and responses show this. “The latest in the series of his loose talks is his defamatory reference to Pembillai Orumai and women who are part of it. A criminal case should be filed against M M Mani for making derogatory comments and his action is a humiliation to womanhood,” he said.

         Cong corrects earlier Munnar stand; Hassan says misusing Cross was wrong    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president M M Hassan has said that misusing religious symbol Cross to encroach government lands in Munnar is a wrong practice. He made this comment on Monday soon after KPCC political affairs committee meeting here on Monday. “It was wrong to have made the Cross a cover for encroachment of government land. The party extends its full support to the eviction drive of sub-collector Sreeram Venkitaraman. This was the decision taken at the KPCC political affairs committ

         Senkumar case a boost to people standing up against Marxist aristocracy: Surendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP General Secretary K Surendran has said through his FB page that the Supreme Court Order cancelling the removal of Senkumar as DGP, law and order is a morale booster to those who stand up straight against the Marxist aristocracy.

         Alancier stages dramatised protest against M M Mani    
KOCHI: Actor Alancier has literally come out with dramatic protest against Minister M M Mani for making vulgar comments on Pembillai Orumai activists at a public meeting on Sunday. This protest with a difference was made at the location of a yet-to-be-titled film being produced by B Ajith Kumar under the banner of Collective Face.

         Court order not backlash against government    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM State Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said the Supreme Court order asking the government to reinstate TP Senkumar as DGP is not a backlash against the LDF government . “We accept the court order. The government has not thought about going for appeal against the SC verdict,” he said. Meanwhile, P K Kunhalikutty MP said the verdict was a backlash against the government. “The backlash will be seen if the government indulges in excessive politicisation of offici

         There’s relevance to reforming Marxism: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Senior CPI(M) leader V S Achuthanandan has stated that there is relevance to reforming Marxian principals in the current modern society. He was releasing the book ‘China Maoye Vicharana Cheyunnu, Marxineyum’ by Pradeep Raman, at the Press Club here.

         SC verdict is charge sheet against govt: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said the Supreme Court’s order directing the government to reinstate T P Sen Kumar IPS as DGP, Law and Order, is the charge sheet against the government. At a press conference here on Monday, Chennithala said that the government’s first decision soon after coming to power (removing DGP) itself has received a major blow. “In the court the government said that in the Jisha murder case and Puttingal case, Senkumar had committed

         One should use one’s tongue wisely: Speaker    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan has indirectly criticised the anti-women statements made by Electricity Minister M M Mani, by saying that one should use their tongue wisely. He added that one should be aware of the social impact that one’s words causes. He was talking to media here.

         Pinarayi govt shines through Mani ‘ashan’: Adv Jayasankar    
KOCHI: Popular political critic advocate A Jayasankar has come out with a Facebook post poking fun at Electricity Minister M M Mani who had made anti-women statements.

         Case filed against M M Mani    
MUNNAR: Women’s Commission has suo-motu filed a case against Minister M M Mani over his controversial speech at Twentieth mile village in Adimali on Sunday.

         Fourteenth assembly meeting from Tuesday    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tuesday marks the beginning of the fifth 32-day long meeting of the fourteenth assembly. The main agenda of this assembly meeting that will conclude on June 8 is to pass the budget for the financial year 2017-18.

         Manju Warrier lends support to Pembilai Orumai    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actress Manju Warrier has reacted to the controversial statements made by Electricity Minister M M Mani against the members of the Pombilai Orumai group. She took to Facebook to strongly condemn the minister’s behaviour.

         SC comes out in sharp criticism of govt    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has made some serious criticisms after ordering Kerala government to reinstate T P Senkumar as the DGP in charge of law and order.

         Shobha Surendran says Mani will get beaten up by Kerala women    
MUNNAR: BJP leader Shobha Surendran made a statement that minister M M Mani would get beaten up by the women in Kerala if he continues to talk like this.

         Govt will do what legally needs to be done: Pinarayi    
KANNUR: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan stated that he accepts the Supreme Court’s ruling to reinstate T P Senkumar as the DGP in charge of law and order. He also said that all legal procedures will be furnished once he receives the copy of the Supreme Court’s verdict.

         Don’t harass sincere officials: Senkumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ousted DGP T P Senkumar was happy to welcome the Supreme Court’s order to reinstate him as the DGP again.

         SC order should be carried out in entirety: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative reforms chairman V S Achuthanandan has stated that the Supreme Court’s order to reinstate T P Senkumar as DGP in charge of law and order should be carried out in its entirety.

         DGP Senkumar’s removal: SC rules in favour of Senkumar    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has dismissed the government’s decision to remove DGP Senkumar who was in charge of law and order. This ruling by the apex court comes after the Kerala High Court approved the decision by the government.

         I’ll not directly apologize to Pembilai Orumai, says Minister Mani    
IDUKKI: Minister M M Mani, who has landed in trouble following his lewd comments against Pembilai Orumai, said there is no change in his stand. He made it clear that he will not directly apologize to Pembilai Orumai, a women’s collective of estate workers in Munnar.

         People’s representative shouldn’t indulge in such gimmicks: P C George    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former chief whip P C George MLA has taken to Facebook against Electricity Minister M M Mani over the latter’s controversial statements that has been grabbing media headlines since Sunday morning.

         I’ll not ask to end protest: M M Mani    
MUNNAR: Electricity Minister M M Mani who is currently amidst a raging controversy over his derogatory remarks of the members of Pombilai Orumai group has said that he will not ask to end the protest that they are staging against him.

         ‘Collector Bro’ reacts to M M Mani’s ‘Oolampara’ statement    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Kozhikode collector Prasanth Nair IAS has reacted to the Electricity Minister M M Mani’s statement that sub collector Sreeram Venkataraman who is leading the evacuation drive in Munnar should be sent to Oolampara, through a Facebook post.

         M M Mani’s issue: NDA declares Idukki hartal    
MUNNAR: NDA chairman Kummanam Rajasekharan and convener Tushar Vellapally have declared hartal in Idukki district demanding the resignation of Electricity Minister M M Mani who made derogatory comments against the members of Pombilai Orumai.

         It’s high-time to put M M Mani in chains: V T Balram MLA    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress MLA V T Balram has said in a Facebook post that roguishness is not becoming of a political party. “Just because there is limit for bureaucrats to respond through media, a minister who insult them in this fashion is a shame to democracy,” he said.

         Didn’t mean to insult women: M M Mani    
THODUPUZHA: Electricity Minister M M Mani who earlier made derogatory statements against the members of Pombilai Orumai has said that he did not mean to insult women with his statement. He claimed that his statements are being misinterpreted.

         Mani’s comments are wrong, party will discuss it: Kodiyeri    
KOZHIKODE: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said that it is wrong if Electricity Minister M M Mani has made any derogatory statements against women. He was talking to the media after visiting late Jishnu Prannoy’s house here.

         Talking against women not Communist norm: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: V S Achuthanandan has reacted to the comments made by Electricity Minister M M Mani against members of Pombilai Orumai and Devikulam sub collector.

         Mani’s statements are improper: Pinarayi    
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has condemned the statement made by Electricity Minister M M Mani against the Pombilai Orumai organisation members. “His statements were improper. I’ll respond to more queries after having a discussion about this with Minister Mani.”

         Party should examine Mani’s statement: A K Balan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister A K Balan has condemned the statement made by Electricity Minister M M Mani against the women labourers’ organisation Pombilai Orumai. Balan has demanded that the party should examine the statement made by Mani. “It’s not proper that anyone can say just anything,” he said.

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