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       HEADLINES: Kodanad murder: One more accused held                                              Keralite model missing since May 26                                              Film producer Siraj dies                                              Cow slaughter in public: Youth Congress activists suspended                                              Phone trap: Case against A K Saseendran                                              Search operations in Pathankot after abandoned bag found                                              Maoists warn Akshay Kumar, Saina Nehwal for helping CRPF                                              Bengaluru: Varthur Lake spills toxic foam on streets                                              Kolkata's Ananya Maiti tops ISC exam                                              Rahul Gandhi: Which soap will clean BJP's mind set?                                              Saudi rulers will perish: Khamenei                                              Lanka floods: Death toll rises to 164, 111 missing                                              China’s threat over Arunachal Bridge inaugurated by Modi                                              Mary Kom all set to return after hiatus                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Missing Keralite model returns home    
CHENNAI: Gaanam Nair (28), a model from Kerala and a fashion designer who went missing in Chennai, has returned home. Gaanam is reportedly suffering from depression and is going through some relationship issues.

         Govt is favouring land mafia: K P Sasikala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hindu Aikya Vedi state president K P Sasikala has alleged that the government that stays deaf to the pleas of people who protest for a small piece of land, is favouring those who encroach up on acres of land.

         Attack against Gurudevan’s statue: Kummanam seeks govt action    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has alleged that the government is staying mum over the incidents of attacks on the statues of Sree Narayana Guru and Ayyankali.

         Pinarayi’s ‘lightning strike’ against slaughter ban    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has taken a crucial step towards opposing the slaughter ban imposed by the Central government. He has sent letters to all CMs of India stating that the move by the Central government is intervention in state affairs and that all the CMs will have to jointly stand against it.

         Hotels and medical stores shut down on Tuesday; Neethi, Karunya and Maveli medical stores to remain open    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Most of the restaurants and medical shops across the State will stay closed on Tuesday. This is as part of the protest led by Kerala Hotel and Restaurant Association against the move to bring hotels under the GST.

         Defiling Guru: SNDP gearing up for legal action    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The SNDP is gearing up to take legal actions against the Times of India news daily that allegedly defiled the Guru by presenting his teachings in a foul manner.

         Centre must take immediate steps to find Achudev and co-pilot: Kodiyeri    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said that the Central government should take immediate action to find squadron leader Achudev and co-pilot who were in the fighter jets of IAF that went missing after flying off from Tezpur in Assam.

         Don't deny school admission to differently-abled children: Human Rights Commission    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala State Human Rights Commission has ordered that the differently-abled children shall not be denied admission in schools. Earlier, the acting president P Mohandas had observed that schools have the habit of denying admission to differently-abled children, in their race to achieve 100 per cent pass in exams.

         Vizhinjam contract: Oommen Chandy welcomes judicial investigation    
KANNUR: Former chief minister Oommen Chandy has said that he welcomes the decision by the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to conduct a judicial investigation regarding the Vizhinjam container port contract. He also said to the media that he takes the full responsibility of the contract.

         Hartal declared in Ernakulam on Tuesday    
KOCHI: The Muslim Ekopana Samithi has called for a hartal in Ernakulam district on Tuesday, in protest to the police action against protesters during a march taken on Monday following a high court’s order that annulled the marriage of Fadiya who converted to Islam.

         Devaswom minister eating beef in public has hurt believer’s sentiments: K Surendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state general secretary K Surendran has taken to Facebook to express his opposition towards the ‘beef festivals’ happening across the State.

         Kerala complete success in law and order: CM to Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has sent a letter to the Governor P Sathasivam, stating that Kerala is the best State in the country in terms of law and order.

         Vizhinjam port: VS welcomes judicial investigation    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative reforms commission chairman V S Achuthanandan has said in a statement that the decision to conduct a judicial investigation into the alleged corruption in the Vizhinjam port contract is most welcome.

         Girl’s mother says daughter's boyfriend chopped off swamy’s genital    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a new turn of events, the mother and brother of the girl who chopped off the genital of the rapist swamy have come out against the girl.

         Munnar: NGT imposes ban on new constructions    
NEW DELHI: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has recommended to impose ban on new constructions without permission in Munnar. NGT has ordered that any new construction in Munnar would need permission from the revenue department and the pollution control board.

         Case against E P Jayaprajan will not exist, says Vigilance    
KOCHI: The vigilance Monday informed the Kerala High Court that the nepotism case registered against former minister E P Jayarajan will not exist. The explanation note given mentioned that Jayarajan has not gained anything from it and so the case as per the Prevention of Corruption Act will not exist.

         Phone trap: Case against A K Saseendran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Thiruvananthapuram CJM has taken up a suo moto case against former transport minister A K Saseendran on the complaint of a woman journalist in connection with the phone trap.

         Cow slaughter in public: Youth Congress activists suspended    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Youth Congress Kannur mandalam president Rijil Makkutty and leaders Sharafudeen, Josy Kandathil have been suspended from the organization for the action of slaughtering a calf in public and distributing its cooked meat in protest against centre’s decision to ban sale and purchase of cattle.

         Film producer Siraj dies    
KOCHI: Siraj Valiya Veettil, the producer of the hit film Rajamanikyam and the owner of Valiya Veettil Movie International, died here Monday. He died of cardiac arrest early this morning at Aster Medicity.

         Keralite model missing since May 26    
CHENNAI: Gaanam Nair (28), a model from Kerala and a fashion designer is missing in Chennai. Gaanam, working as a screenplay writer for a private television production house, has been missing since May 26.

         Kodanad murder: One more accused held    
THRISSUR: The police Monday arrested one more person in connection with the murder of Om Bahadur, a native of Nepal and the security guard of Kodanad Estate, which used to be former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa’s retreat.

         V S Achuthanandan hospitalised    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Administrative reforms commission president V S Achuthanandan has been hospitalised following fever and difficulty in breathing on Sunday. He is admitted at the SUT Royal hospital here at Ulloor.

         Violation of vehicles rule: 14,796 licenses to be suspended in first phase    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: License of 14,796 people who have violated the motor vehicles rule in the State more than five times, have been suspended in the first phase. The most number of cases have been registered in Ernakulam with 1376 people.

         Medical Services Corporation splurges in TTC membership    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Medical Services Corporation Ltd. has splurged money by taking a membership in the Thiruvananthapuram Tennis Club for a whooping amount of Rs. 11.5 lakh.

         Slaughter ban: Zoos may adopt beef-less menu    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is possibility for scarcity of cow meat for animals like lions and tigers in the zoos in the State with the central government banning the sales of cattle for slaughter.

         Calf slaughter in public: Case filed against Youth Congress members    
KANNUR: The police has registered a case against Youth Congress members, including their parliament mandalam president Rijil Makutty, who slaughtered a calf in public, based on a complaint filed by the members of Yuva Morcha.

         Kodiyeri sounds like Pakistani: Kummanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan sounded like a Pakistani when he termed the Indian Army as murderers and rapists, and the reports on Pakistan national dailies praising him for his comments is an acknowledgement of this.

         CM says judicial investigation on Vizhinjam port contract under consideration    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the judicial investigation on the contract for the Vizhinjam container port is under consideration. He said that the government is thinking of conducting the investigation by the HC sitting judge.

         Calf slaughter by Youth Congress in public lands in controversy    
KANNUR: The protest by Youth Congress in Kannur against the slaughter ban by the Central government by slaughtering a calf in public here has landed in controversy. Many political leaders including that of Congress have expressed their distaste at this incident.

         Public still remember BJP govt that took commission on coffins: P Jayarajan    
KANNUR: CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan has taken to Facebook to defend CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan against allegations by the RSS that the later made controversial statements about the Indian Army.

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