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       HEADLINES: Thomas Chandy's missing file found                                              Charge sheet against P Jayarajan accepted                                              Spicing musical treat with visual delights                                              Dileep approaches HC again, bail-plea to be considered by afternoon                                              Fishing boat drowns in Kochi                                              Dawood's brother Iqbal Kaskar arrested in extortion case                                              India seeks probe on nuclear proliferation links between Pak, N Korea                                              Heavy rains lash Mumbai, BMC on alert                                              ISI plans to establish Rohingyas in India                                              Myanmar doesn't fear international scrutiny: Suu Kyi                                              Sushma, Ivanka discuss women empowerment                                              India win four medals in Asian Martial Arts Games                                              Bairstow to open for England in 1st Windies ODI                                              After Ramkumar's decisive defeat, Yuki gets consolation win                                              Players choose Amarjit to lead India in FIFA U-17 WC                                              After Dhoni, Tendulkar now a biopic on woman cricketer Jhulan                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Keralashabdam Managing Editor Dr B A Rajakrishnan passes away    
KOLLAM: Keralashabdam Managing Editor and a conspicuous presence in the social-cultural field in Kollam Dr B A Rajakrishnan died at 70 on Tuesday.

         My heart is with Left, says Vellapally    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: SNDP Yogam general secretary Vellapally Natesan met Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at his official residence Cliff house on Tuesday evening. The meeting has happened amidst speculations that Vellapally would leave NDA. But rejecting the speculations, Vellapally told media that he had gone to meet the chief minister in connection with certain matters of SN trust. “If the chief minister says politics, I will also say…” he added.

         Rain continues; holiday tomorrow also at several places    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: District collectors have declared holiday for educational institutions in several parts of the State on Wednesday also as it continued to rain in these areas. Holidays are declared for Mannarkkadu Taluk of Palakkad district, Thiruvarppu of Kottayam Taluk, Chengalam South, Aymanam and Veloor villages. For the past two days educational institutions in Mannarkadu have been having holidays.

         Dileep case: Sangeetha Lakshman takes dig at rape theory    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Advocate Sangeetha Lakshman has taken a dig at the investigation officers and their theory in connection with the Kochi actress attack case. Sarcastically she says on his Facebok post, “A person, who has the brain and health, earns Rs 1.5 crore through his hard work and he gives that entire money to rape a lady against whom he has vengeance. Wonderful! If Rs 1.5 crore contract had been given, very smart guys from Mumbai would have come and done the job very neatly for hi

         Minimum daily wage of labourers should be made Rs 600: T P Ramakrishnan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Minister T P Ramakrishnan has said the government’s general policy is to make the daily wage of labourers Rs 600. At present there are 80 employment sectors where minimum wage is applicable. More sectors will be brought under minimum wage limit.

         Kochi to host meeting of Leftists parties of South Asian countries    
KOCHI: A meeting of all Communist and left parties of South Asian countries would be held at the Bolagatty Palace in Ernakulam on September 23 and 24. Talking at a press conference, CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said that representatives of eight communist-left parties from South Asian countries, besides the CPI and CPM from India would take part in the meeting.

         E P Krishnan Namboothiri, new Guruvayur Melshanthi    
THRISSUR: Paluvai Edavazhipurathu Mana resident E P Krishnan Namboothiri (52) has been elected the chief priest of Guruvayur temple. He is currently the chief priest of Guruvayur Paluvai Vishnu temple. On October 1, he will take over as the chief priest of Guruvayur temple. Till then he will sit in ‘bhajanam’ in the temple that means he will sit in front of the temple chanting mantras and names of Lord Krishna. He can remain as the chief priest of the temple till March next.

         There is nothing wrong in KPAC Lalitha visiting Dileep: Kodiyeri    
KOCHI: CPM State secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has said actress KPAC Lalitha’s visit to Aluva sub-jail to meet actor Dileep need not be viewed politically. People visiting jail inmates who are personally close to them is a usual thing. When party men are in jail, people from Oppositon parties also sometimes visit them in jail. Personal relationships should not be mixed with politics. Kodiyeri said if Thomas Chandy has done mistake legally, action will be taken against him. “The news abo

         Will give vigilance case against Thomas Chandy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that he will submit a complaint with the vigilance to probe into the encroachment of the Marthandam Lake to build a resort by minister Thomas Chandy.

         Kannur airport to become reality in Sep 2018    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Presiding over the eighth annual general meeting of Kannur airport at the Mascot Hotel, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that the construction work of the Kannur airport would get completed in September 2018.

         Police should not remain passive when accused bash them up: HC    
KOCHI: Kerala high court has said that the police should not stand mute when the accused beat them up or manhandle them. Police are responsible for reining in the accused if they show any violence at police stations. Many instances are happening when the accused make an escape after attacking police but the police have the responsibility to avert such situations. “If it is necessary, police should overpower them and put them inside the lockup,” the court made this observation while consid

         Has situation changed to grant bail?: HC to Dileep    
KOCHI: Dileep, who has moved high court again with yet another bail plea, in connection with actress attack case, got an unfavourable response from the court. Justice Sunil Thomas has asked Dileep’s counsel as to what is the change is situation for granting a bail.

         NORKA ROOTS listed as shell company    
NEW DELHI: The Union Government, on Tuesday, cancelled the recognition of companies such as NORKA ROOTS, and Veekshanam among others by deeming them as shell companies.

         FIFA U-17 World Cup: HC asks security deposit of Rs. 25 lakh from GCDA    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has ordered the Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) to deposit a sum of Rs. 25 lakh as security while shutting shops near the Kallur International Stadium for the smooth conduct of the FIFA U-17 World Cup football tournament. The HC has also ordered to provide compensation for the shop owners.

         Centre cancels recognition of ‘Veekshanam’    
NEW DELHI: The Union government today cancelled the recognition of the Congress mouthpiece ‘Veekshanam’, following the concerned authorities failing to file the balance sheet of the publication.

         Titanium scam: Vigilance seeks help of Interpol    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The vigilance has sought the help of international investigating agency Interpol in the investigation of corruption case relating to the purchase of pollution control machines at Titanium.

         Fishing boat drowns in Kochi    
KOCHI: A fishing boat, on Tuesday, drowned in the channel opening to the Kochi port. All the six members of the boat were rescued by people in the nearby boats.

         Dileep approaches HC again, bail-plea to be considered by afternoon    
KOCHI: The High Court will consider the bail-plea of Dileep, who is in remand in connection with the actress attack case, on Tuesday. The actor approached the Single Bench of the HC after the Angamaly judicial first class magistrate court had rejected his statutory bail-plea yesterday. The court will consider the case by about 1.45 pm.

         Spicing musical treat with visual delights    
Rajeev Chandrasekhar at one point of his musical journey felt that in ganamelas, glorification should not end with singers and utmost, the instrumentalists. Audience should also remember the actors and actresses who once enacted those beautiful song scenes.

         Charge sheet against P Jayarajan accepted    
KOCHI: The CBI court has accepted the charge sheet against CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan in connection with Kathiroor Manoj murder case. The defence counsel had argued that government's permission was required to file charge sheet, which was rejected by the court.

         Thomas Chandy's missing file found    
ALAPPUZHA: One of the missing files related to Lake Palace resort in Alappuzha under the ownership of Transport Minister Thomas Chandy has been found.

         Heavy rains: Holiday for three taluks, Kozhikode    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As heavy rains continues in different parts of the State for the second consecutive day, district collectors have declared holiday for educational institutions in three Taluks and Kozhikode district.

         BCCI files appeal against Kerala HC’s decision of lifting life ban on Sreesanth    
NEW DELHI: The Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) on Monday filed an appeal against the Kerala High Court against lifting lifetime ban imposed on tainted pacer S. Sreesanth. While filing the appeal, the BCCI said that that the High Court’s decision was contrary to the existing norms. In August, the Kerala High Court lifted the lifetime-ban imposed on Sreesanth by the BCCI in connection with the spot-fixing case.

         I’m with Meenakshi Dileep, she is also a girl: Koottickal Jayachandran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: When there is a campaign going on Avalkkoppam (with her) in support of the actress attacked in Kochi, actor Koottickal Jayachandran has comes out in support of Dileep’s daughter Meenakshi. He says on his Facebook post that he is with Meenakshi

         Yesudas gets permission for Sree Padmanabha darsan    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Putting an end to the anxiety of his fans, iconic singer K J Yesudas on Monday got permission to enter Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple. Darsan of Sree Padnabha Swamy was his long cherished wish. On September 30, being the Vijayadasami day, he will be visiting the temple.

         Nadirsha not cooperating, hiding several things: Police    
ERNAKULAM: Police have informed the high court that Nadirsha was not cooperating with the interrogation in the actress attack case. He is trying to hide several things. There are limitations in questioning him as he has health problems. The three-page report containing the above facts was submitted by inquiry officer and Perumbavur CI Baiju Poulose to the high court.

         Bail for Dileep if charge sheet not filed within 90 days: Court    
ERNAKULAM: Angamaly Judicial First Class Magistrate court has ordered that if the police fail to file charge sheet in the actress attack case within 90 days, Dileep will be eligible for bail.

         Mizoram lottery won’t be sold in Kerala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Mizoram government has decided not to sell their tickets in Kerala. The decision was taken following the pressure from the State government. The copy of the order inthis regard was received by the government as fax. The State government also expressed their thanks to Mizoram chief minister Lal Thanhawla and Finance Minister Lalsawta for taking a decision favouring Kerala.

         Landslide: Govt. to build houses for those who lost it    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: SC/ST, BC welfare minister A K Balan has said that the government will build houses for those who lost their houses in the landslide caused by heavy rainfall in the state.

         K Sukumaran’s path of karma still a need for Kerala: Minister G Sudhakaran    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In Kerala’s history, Kerala Kaumudi’s founder editor K Sukumaran was glowing torch-bearer of Kerala society and the paper that worked to bring change to lead Kerala into the path of goodness. Sudhakaran said this while inaugurating the 36th death anniversary of Sukumaran that was organised on the office premises by Kerala Kaumudi noon-journalist association on Monday.

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