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       HEADLINES: Thomas Chandy issue: Pinarayi maintains silence                                              Land filling was only done on legally owned land: Thomas Chandy                                              CM must demand resignation of minister Thomas Chandy: Chennithala                                              Some people think it is good to get along with Thomas Chandy: VS                                              Manju Warrier supports ‘Ramaleela’                                              Pak shells border posts, hamlets; BSF jawans among 7 injured                                              Falahari Maharaj arrested on charge of rape                                              Scribe, mother found dead in Mohali                                              Pak anti-graft body freezes accounts of Sharif, family                                              China imposes limit on oil supply to N Korea                                              Iran test fires ballistic missile 'Khorramshahr'                                              Pak test fires anti-ship missile in North Arabian Sea                                              Bangladesh says Rohingya refugee influx over                                              Back your game: Tendulkar's advice to Rahane                                              Desperate Aussies seeks Finch for 3rd ODI                                              Japan Open: Pranaav Chopra-Sikki Reddy bow out in semis                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Nanthancode murder case: Chargesheet submitted against Cadell    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police on Saturday submitted the charge sheet against Cadell Jeansen Raja, the sole accused in Nanthancode mass murder case. According to the case, the murder was committed as part of Astral projection, a black magic practice to release soul from the body, going by the statement of the accused.

         Sharjah ruler will arrive in Kerala tomorrow Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Sharjah ruler and UAE Supreme Council member Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi will be in Kerala from Sunday till September 28 and will be attending various programmes here. He will reach Thiruvananthapuram at 4:30 pm on Sunday. He will meet Governor at Rajbhavan at 10:55 am on September 25. After that, he will interact with the chief minister and ministers at Rajbhavan. At 12:45 pm, he will attend lunch arranged by the governor.

         Student found dead in Kozhikode NIT    
KOZHIKODE: A student was found hanging dead in Kozhikode NIT. The dead has been identified as Thiruvananthapuram native Arun Krishna.

         Solar: Verdict on Oommen Chandy's petition on Oct 7    
BENGALURU: Bengaluru City Civil and Sessions court will deliver on October 7 the verdict on Congress leader Oommen Chandy’s petition seeking to exclude him from the list of accused in solar scam-related case registered in Bengaluru . In the petition filed by businessman M K Kuruvila, Oommen Chandy is the fifth accused. The court has accepted the argument of Chandy’s counsel. Kuruvila’s allegation was that Kochi Skosa Education Consultancy had taken Rs 1.35 crore from him after offering

         Rs. 10 crore lottery: Lady luck smiles at Mustafa    
MALAPPURAM: Mustafa, who is a native of Chuzhali of Parappanangadi, is the lucky first prize winner of this year’s Onam Bumper. He has won the first prize of Rs. 10 crore.

         There’ll be no delay in second volume of text books: Thanchankary    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Books and Publications Society (KBPS) chairman and MD Tomin J Thanchankary has said that there would be no delay in the printing and distribution of the second volume of school texts.

         Manju Warrier supports ‘Ramaleela’    
KOCHI: Seems that support for the release of Dileep’s ‘Ramaleela’ is coming from every unexpected corners. Actress Manju Warrier, is the latest to take to Facebook to say that no one must talk about banning ‘Ramaleela’, and she has a fair explanation for it too.

         Some people think it is good to get along with Thomas Chandy: VS    
KOCHI: Administrative reforms commission chairman V S Achuthanandan has come to the fore against transport minister Thomas Chandy who is facing allegations of land encroachments.

         CM must demand resignation of minister Thomas Chandy: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that the Chief Minister must immediately demand the resignation of Transport Minister Thomas Chandy as the Alappuzha district collector has already reported that the minister has encroached on the land of lake and has been involved in illegal activities.

         Land filling was only done on legally owned land: Thomas Chandy    
ALAPPUZHA: Transport Minister Thomas Chandy has repeatedly said that he has not encroached any Lake to build his resort. He asserted that he only wet filled the land for which he has all the legal documents.

         Thomas Chandy issue: Pinarayi maintains silence    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM/ALAPPUZHA: Even though reporters tried their best to elicit a response from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan with regards to the allegations of encroachment against transport minister Thomas Chandy, the CM maintained silence.

         Linking my name with Alind unnecessary: VS    
THIRUVANANTHAPURA: In his statement on Friday, CPM leader V S Achuthanandan has taken exception to unnecessary linking his name to Aluminium Industries Limited (Alind), which had stopped functioning decades ago.

         Left facilitated the defeat of BJP in Vattiyoorkavu: K Muraleedharan    
MALAPPURAM: K Muraleedharan MLA has said in Malappuram that in the last Assembly election the Left helped him see the defeat of BJP at Vattiyoorkavu. “Some adjustments may be needed in places where there are chances for BJP to win. The era of blind Left enmity or blind Congress enmity is over,” he said.

         Don't ask caste but ask if one is hungry: Indrans    
KOLLAM: Senior actor Indrans has said casteism and communalism that we had kept away always, have now returned to haunt us in different forms.

         Will relinquish all my posts, if encroachment is proved: Thomas Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister Thomas has said if it is proved that he has encroached any land, he would relinquish all his posts. There are some mysterious elements behind allegations against him. Thomas Chandy has made this statement after the district collector submitted an interim report on encroachments of the back water to the revenue minister.

         Appoint full-time director for Vigilance: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, seeking to appoint a full-time Vigilance director.

         Govt get lucky with Onam Bumper    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Though the first prize of Rs. 10 crore of the Thiruvonam Bumper goes to the winner in Malappuram, the real luck favoured the government. Through this year’s Onam Bumper lottery sales, the government has earned a total of Rs. 59 crore.

         Thomas Chandy’s encroachment: CM summons district collector    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has summoned Alappuzha district collector T V Anupama to Thiruvananthapuram to discuss the issue of land encroachment by transport minister Thomas Chandy.

         ‘Don’t harass innocent people’; Murali Gopy’s support for Ramaleela    
Actor and scenarist Murali Gopy has expressed his support to Dileep’s Ramaleela. On his Facebook page, he said that the law is taking its own course and those who take the sword against Dileep’s film Ramaleela are people seized with moral madness.

         Municipality officials who hid Lake Palace’s files would get trapped    
ALAPPUZHA: The Corporation Council Meeting that convened on Friday has recommended to suspend four Alappuzha municipality officials including superintendent in connection with the hiding of files related to transport minister Thomas Chandy’s Lake Palace Resort.

         Kalabhavan Mani’s father-in-law maybe behind his death: Shocking revelation!    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the CBI investigation on Kalabhavan Mani’s mysterious death is progressing, a person named Baiju Nilangalil through his Facebook post has alleged that Mani’s father-in-law Sudhakaran could be the culprit behind the actor’s death.

         Motor Vehicle dept seizes caravans brought for Dulquer    
THRISSUR: Motor Vehicles department has seized two caravans from the sets of Hindi film in which Dulquer Salman is the hero. The caravans were seized when they were brought to Koratti for the shoot of the film Kanvar . The Motor Vehicle department officials said the van was seized as it didn’t get the permission for service in Kerala or did their owners pay tax in Kerala.

         No encroachments in Dileep’s ‘D Cinemaas’: Vigilance    
ERNAKULAM: A vigilance investigation report says that there is no encroachment in the cinema multiplex ‘D Cinemaas’ in Chalakkudi belonging to Dileep, who is in remand in connection with the actress abduction and attack case.

         Ticket sold in Malappuram wins record prize money in Thiruvonam Bumper lottery    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With a record prize money of Rs. 10 crore, ticket number AJ 442876 has won the first prize for Thiruvonam Bumper. Reports say that the ticket was sold in Malappuram district though the winner has not been identified yet.

         Single-Bench has right to lift ban on Sreesanth: HC    
ERNAKULAM: The Division-Bench of Kerala High Court has observed that the Single-Bench has the right to make void the ban on Malayalee cricketer Sreesanth by the BCCI based on allegations about his role in match fixing.

         RSS functionary Nandakumar lashes out at Pinarayi    
NEW DELHI: Senior RSS functionary J Nandakumar Friday hit out at Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his remarks on the Sangh Parivar, alleging that he was trying to deflect attention from the CPI(M) sponsored violence in the state.

         One-week old dead body found in Thiruvananthapuram    
PEROORKADA: One-week old dead body of an old man has been found at his own residence in Indira Nagar in Peroorkada here in Thiruvananthapuram.

         Thomas Chandy’s issue needs to be discussed within LDF: CPI    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPI general secretary Sudhakar Reddyhas demanded that the land controversy of minister Thomas Chandy has to be discussed within the LDF.

         SC approves admissions to three pvt medical colleges    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has approved the admissions to medical courses in three private colleges in the state. All the 400 admission to the MBBS seats in Mount Zion Medical College in Adoor, Al Azhar Medical College in Thodupuzha, and DM Wayanad Institute of Medical Sciences, were approved by the SC.

         Hope BJDS will be with us: Kummanam    
MALAPPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that he is hopeful that the BJDS will be there with the party for the upcoming Vengara assembly bypoll.

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