Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2012        Go!    
 
 
May 28, Sunday 2017 8:00 PM       

       HEADLINES: 25 injured in accident                                              AISF unit secretary Vivek expelled from organisation                                              I’ve not spoken anything against army, says Kodiyeri                                              Four killed in separate accidents                                              BJP or RSS need not dictate food habit in Kerala: Pinarayi                                              Army guns down intruder along LoC                                              CBSE declares results for Class XII, Raksha Gopal tops                                              Modi greets nation on Ramzan, prays for peace and harmony                                              PM appreciates surveys on his govt's performance                                              Pakistan violates ceasefire, porter killed                                              Pak reopens Chaman Border crossing after 22 days                                              Chennai surfers dominate Day Two of 'Indian Open of Surfing'                                              Indian umpire Nitin Menon to officiate in English county                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       KERALA Next Article: No going back on KAS: Pinarayi  
       Pampady, Lakkidi Nehru College opens
 
         Posted on :11:05:34 Feb 17, 2017
   
A A
       Last edited on:11:05:34 Feb 17, 2017
         Tags: Pampady, Lakkidi Nehru College, opens
 

THRISSUR: The Pampady and Lakkidi Nehru Colleges which were closed for the past 42 days following the death of Jishnu Pranoy, opened on Friday. The decision to open the college was taken at a meet convened by the collectors. The colleges opened under a team led by director Krishna Kumar after removing P Krishnadas from the chairman’s post. The students entered their class rooms after paying homage to Jishnu.

In the meanwhile, the police are trying to recover the lost CCTV clippings of the college. The police have sent the hard disc used for recording the clippings to the forensic for examination. It is being sent as the clippings of the college on the day Jishnu died and that of the next day are found to be missing.

Blood stains were found from the vice principal’s room of the college. It was found when the forensic conducted an examination at the college campus yesterday. The stains were also found in the hostel room of Jishnu, toilet and the college PRO’s room. This shows that Jishnu was beaten in the vice-principal’s room.

A A
       KERALA
Next Article: No going back on KAS: Pinarayi
 
 
KERALA HEADLINES
Slaughter ban: Zoos may adopt beef-less menu  
Calf slaughter in public: Case filed against Youth Congress members  
Kodiyeri sounds like Pakistani: Kummanam  
CM says judicial investigation on Vizhinjam port contract under consideration  
Calf slaughter by Youth Congress in public lands in controversy  
Public still remember BJP govt that took commission on coffins: P Jayarajan  
Sudhakar Reddy says CPI intervention only to strengthen LDF  
BJP or RSS need not dictate food habit in Kerala: Pinarayi  
Four killed in separate accidents  
I’ve not spoken anything against army, says Kodiyeri  
AISF unit secretary Vivek expelled from organisation  
25 injured in accident  
Student who retracted case against Lakshmi Nair receives show cause notice  
Will consider direct appointment of collector in Kannur: Subramanian Swamy  
CM writes letter to PM asking to cancel the control on cattle slaughter  
Chennithala writes letter to PM asking to retract ‘slaughter ban’  
All transgender are not sex workers: Surya reacts  
Haris Beeran removed from appearing for KSRTC  
Prior permission needed before taking case against politicians: Lokanath Behera  
DGP orders to provide T-Branch information according to RTI Act  
‘Harassment by unnatural means’ case fabricated, departmental action against police officers recommended  
Slaughter ban: G Sudhakaran says there will be clashes  
Slaughter ban order should be thrown into dustbin: Antony  
Freedom subject to control: Vellapally supports slaughter ban  
RSS agenda of entering even kitchen shall not be encouraged: K Muraleedharan  
 
Do you agree with Centre's ban on cattle slaughter across India?
Yes
 
No
 
No Opinion
 
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy