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August 20, Sunday 2017 3:18 PM       
       HEADLINES: Gadgil slams Athirappilly project                                              Three run over by train in Alappuzha                                              Hashish oil of 20 crore seized in Idukki                                              Chennithala seeks Minister Shylaja’s resignation                                              Yogi takes dig at Rahul, says Gorakhpur isn’t 'picnic spot'                                              Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) passes resolution to join NDA                                              Final decision by Monday: OPS on AIADMK merger                                              Muzaffarnagar train derailment: 11 killed, over 30 injured                                              Rahul Gandhi meets Gorakhpur tragedy victims' kin, assures help                                              14 dead in twin attacks as Spanish police launch manhunt                                              Afghanistan celebrates 98 years of Independence                                              Charlottesville violence: Donald Trump's arts council quits                                              Spain: 'Level 4' threat alert post Barcelona terror attack                                              Indonesia begins countdown to 2018 Asian Games                                              Some felt Kumble was strict but not me, says Wriddhiman Saha                                              HCA not following Lodha panel recommendations: Azharuddin                                              Nadal returns to No. 1 with heavy heart over Barcelona                                              Mirza, Bopanna crash out of Cincinnati                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Chennithala seeks Minister Shylaja’s resignation    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the wake of Kerala High Court’s observation that she has misused her power, Health Minister K K Shylaja has no right to continue in power, said opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala.

 
         RSS aims to have nine lakh cadres in Kerala by 2019    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The RSS has decided to go on an aggressive expansion exercise in Kerala to achieve a target of nine lakh cadres by 2019.

 
         Action if land encroachment found, says Minister Chandrasekharan    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Action would be taken if land encroachment is found, said Revenue Minister E Chandrashekaran. The government has no prejudice in this regard, he said when brought to his notice the allegation of land encroachment of Minister Thomas Chandy and Nilambu MLA P V Anwar.

 
         New land encroachment allegation against Thomas Chandy    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: When Transport Minister Thomas Chandy is under attack for constructing a resort after encroaching a lake, another allegation of land grab has been leveled against him.

 
         Hashish oil of 20 crore seized in Idukki    
 
 
KATTAPPANA: 17 kilograms of hashish oil were seized in Kattappana. The police have arrested three persons including a Sivasena leader and an advocate in connection with it.

 
         Three run over by train in Alappuzha    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: Three were fatally knocked down by a train at Aroor. Those dead identified as Jithin Varghese, Libin Jose and Neelan are all natives of Aroor.

 
         Three killed after boat overturns in lake    
 
 
KOLLAM: Three youths drowned after a boat overturned at Mangad Kandachira Lake near Ashtamudi Lake early Sunday morning. The dead identified as Monish, Tonny and Saniyo were all natives of Mangad.

 
         Gadgil slams Athirappilly project    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Prominent scientist Madhav Gadgil has said Athirappilly project is a bane rather than a boon. "All the accounts of benefits are exaggerated. The ruin of the nature and benefits for politicians will be the result. Kerala should turn towards solar power. When the government move forward with such projects, organisations like Shasthra Sahithya Parishath should end their silence," he said while addressing the audience at the commemorative function of Parishath member and college teac

 
         NIA registers FIR in Kerala’s ‘love jihad’ case    
 
 
New Delhi: The NIA on Friday registered an FIR in connection with the conversion and marriage of a Hindu woman to a Muslim man in Kerala, on the directive of the Supreme Court.

 
         Speech against Muraleedharan: Kodiyeri told to appear in court    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ernakulam Magistrate court has asked CPM leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan to appear in person before it on September 27 in a case related to making derogatory speech against BJP leader V Muraledharan. While holding indefinite fast in front of the Law Academy, police had arrested and removed V Muraleedharan after his health deteriorated. But in his speech held at Perrorkkada later, Kodiyeri had ridiculed Muraleedharan and even hinted that he went out to take food while holding

 
         Senkumar’s doctor comes to his support    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former State Police Chief T P Sekumar’s doctor has come out in support of his patient, who is facing the allegation that he submitted fake medical certificate for financial benefits.

 
         Transporting ganja in flight: Malayali officer arrested    
 
 
NEW DELHI: A Malayali officer in Air India was arrested on Friday after he was found to have facilitated smuggling of ganja. On July 19, 2.5kg ganja was seized from Air India’s Dubai-Chennai-Delhi flight. In the investigation that followed, the Malayali cabin crew officer was found to be guilty.

 
         IG Manoj Abraham denies Blue Whale threat to Kerala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: IG Manoj Abraham, who is in charge of Cyberdom, has denied the allegation that deaths of students in Kannur and Thiruvananthapuram were not due to Blue Whale Game.

 
         Opposition Youth organisations up in arms against Thomas Chandy, PV Anwar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition Youth organisations held protests against the resort owned by Minister Thomas Chandy and P V Anwar MLA’s amusement park, which were allegedly, built flouting rules.

 
         Aryadan Muhammed rubbishes P V Anwar’s allegations    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Senior Congress leader Aryadan Muhammed has responded against the allegations raised by P V Anwar MLA against him.

 
         Anwar MLA’s park won’t be shut down, three-member committee appointed    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: The Koodaranji panchayat administrative committee has taken a decision not to close down the water-theme park of P V Anwar MLA, after evaluating that the park has not been built against any law.

 
         Communists are the reason why RSS or BJP didn’t take root in Kerala: Pinarayi    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: Inaugurating the commemorative meeting of comrade P Krishna Pillai here Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the Communist government is the reason why the BJP or the RSS could not take roots in Kerala until now.

 
         Allegations against Thomas Chandy only after he became minister: Kodiyeri    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has come out in support of Thomas Chandy in connection with the issue of the latter’s encroachment of the land of Punnamada Lake.

 
         Action must be taken if Thomas Chandy is found guilty: Kanam    
 
 
ALAPPUZHA: CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran has said that action must be taken against minister Thomas Chandy is proven guilty of allegations of encroaching the land of the Punnamada Lake, and added that the government is examining the allegations against the minister.

 
         Leave benefits by faking documents: Non-bailable charges against T P Senkumar    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Museum police on Saturday registered a case against former state police chief T P Senkumar with charges of non-bailable offence on the complaint that he tried to take leave benefits from the government by fabricating documents.

 
         UDF behind allegations against me: P V Anwar MLA    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Addressing a press meet here, Nilambur MLA P V Anwar has said that the UDF is behind Murukesh Narendran who is raising allegations against his water-theme park in Kakkadampoyil.

 
         Middle-aged man dies after hit-and-run accident    
 
 
KOLLAM: A middle-aged man died during hospital transfer to the Thiruvananthapuram Medical College. He was the victim of a hit-and-run incident near here. He lay bleeding by the roadside for long before any help came. He has not been identified yet.

 
         Banned currency worth Rs. 10 crore ceased from Kayamkulam    
 
 
KAYAMKULAM: The police under the leadership of Kayamkulam CI have ceased the banned currency of denomination Rs. 1000 amounting to about Rs. 10 crore from two cars near here.

 
         Yet another ‘Blue Whale’ death in Kerala? Mother talks about her dead son    
 
 
PALAKKAD: Amidst speculations that the deadly ‘Blue Whale’ game has taken the life of two youths in Kerala, the mother of another youth, a college student from Palakkad has come forward with doubts whether it’s the same game that’s responsible for the death of her son.

 
         Malappuram collector orders to remove check-dam constructed by P V Anwar MLA    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Amidst allegations against the water-theme park illegally built by Nilambur MLA P V Anwar, Malappuram district collector has given an order to remove the check-dam illegally constructed by the MLA at Kakkadampoyil with immediate effect.

 
         Probe needed against Thomas Chandy: A K Antony    
 
 
KOCHI: Congress working committee member A K Antony has said that an investigation is essential against Thomas Chandy who is alleged to have encroached into the land of the Punnamada Lake.

 
         Sreenath's family submits complaint to CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The late actor Sreenath's family members have submitted a complaint to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, seeking a re-investigation into his death. They visited the chief minister on Friday and requested him to engage Crime branch or other investigation agencies to reopen the case.

 
         M M Mani pooh-poohs Chennithala on FB    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Electricity Minister M M Mani has ridiculed Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala through his Facebook. Translation of the FB post: “The Assembly session is progressing. I don’t know whether it is because of Kovalam member’s jail stay…this time, the Opposition leader is not uttering the word woman, let alone woman safety, in the Assembly. I was just remembering Chennithala’s past speeches on women’s safety. This time we may not be able to hear such speeches.

 
         Sreeshanth moves court again    
 
 
KOCHI: Cricketer Sreeshanth on Thursday approached the high court again, seeking clarity in its order revoking his life ban on playing cricket. He moved the court on Friday stating that he was not given the permission by the BCCI to play Scotish League despite the lifting of his ban.

 
         Varkala campus accident: Relatives allege mystery behind death    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Relatives of a girl student of Varkala Chavarcode CHMM college who died after a car driven by five students of the same college rammed her in front of a nearby shop have alleged mystery behind the incident. MCA student and Chirayinkeezhu Puthiyarmoola native Meera Mohan (24) died on Friday morning at 11 while he was waiting outside a Photostat shop, on her two wheeler, when her friend had gone inside the shop.

 
 
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