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July 18, Wednesday 2018 4:31 PM       
       HEADLINES: Bihari woman found hanging in seminary                                              New assignment for ADGP Sudhesh Kumar                                              PC George turns violent at Paliyekkara toll plaza, toll barrier destructed                                              I pulled down barrier...civil rights can be protected this way only: P C George                                              Abhimanyu murder: Main accused Muhammad arrested                                              Dogs who sniffed out Bin Laden to help CISF                                              Reham Khan’s autobiography mentions Shah Rukh Khan                                              PM ready for any discussion as monsoon session of parliament begins                                              6 held for 'sexually assaulting' Russian tourist in TN                                              MiG 21 crashes in Kangra district of Himachal                                              Trump and Putin open historic summit                                              Putin: US-Russia ties should not be held hostage to Mueller probe                                              Israel warns Syrians away from frontier as Assad closes in                                              Root and Morgan clinch decider for England in ODI series                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Charge sheet against PC George for beating canteen worker    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Museum police filed a charge sheet in judicial magistrate court against P C George MLA for beating up a canteen worker of MLA hostel who was late in bringing lunch. The court has accepted the charge sheet. Café Kudumbashree employee Manu (22), resident of Manu Bhavan, at Vattiyoorkavu Thoppumukku Netaji road was beaten. It is said in the charge sheet that George shouted at Manu and beat him. The charge sheet also states that George acted in a way that does not befit MLA’s

         If Sabarimala is a public temple, anyone can enter for worship: SC    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has posed a controversial question on Wednesday: Why the temple administration is denying entry only for women in Sabarimala? It is said that if it is a public place of worship, all should be able to enter the temple. “If any group faces any kind of ban there, it will turn out to anti-Constitutional,” the division bench headed by Chief Justice Deepal Mishra observed.

         “Tharoor not backed by Congress due to soft Hindutva approach”: Kodiyeri    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said that the national leaders of Congress are not giving support to Shashi Tharoor MP who made ‘Hindu Pakistan’ remark because of their soft Hindutva approach. He also told the media that Congress stand before RSS with their knees clicked. “CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury had previously said the remarks of Tharoor in Rajaya Sabha. Party gave support to Yechury then. Sangh Parivar therefore did not make an issue. However

         SC not to interfere in Sabarimala administration    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday stated that the court will not interfere in Sabarimala administration. Court made it clear that they will examine only the legal side of the matter. The Supreme Court stated this while considering the petition regarding the prohibition of women between the age group of 10-50 in Sabarimala temple. Meantime, petitioners pointed out that the rituals at Sabarimala temple is a continuation of Buddhism and the money reaching the temple belong to tax payers. H

         Abhimanyu murder: DGP meets CM    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Loknath Behra held a meeting with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan following the arrest of the main accused in the murder of SFI activist Abhimanyu. The DGP apprised the CM of the developments in the ongoing investigation. Many people including Simon Britto had come forward criticizing the police for the delaying in the arrest of the main accused.

         Three members from Kerala take oath in Rajya Sabha    
NEW DELHI: Three newly elected members from Kerala - CPI (M) leader and CITU state general secretary Elamaram Kareem, CPI's Binoy Viswam and Jose K Mani of Kerala Congress (Mani) took oath in Rajya Sabha on Monday.

         Abhimanyu murder: Conflict at college was pre-planned, says Muhammad    
KOCHI: Muhammed, the main accused in Abhimanyu murder case, has revealed that the conflict at college that resulted in the murder was pre-planned. Disagreements existed previously with SFI regarding writing on the walls. Muhammed also told the police that he notified Campus Front - SDPI leaders outside the campus about the conflict.

         10 trains via Kottayam cancelled, disaster management authority in action    
KOTTAYAM: People’s lives are getting affected as rains continue in Kottayam, Idukky, Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta and Eranakulam districts. Thousands of families have been shifted since yesterday as Meenachil river was in spate.

         Abhimanyu murder: Main accused Muhammad arrested    
KOCHI: The police have arrested the main accused in connection with the murder of Maharajas College SFI leader Abhimanyu. Muhammed, native of Vaduthala, studying third year BA Arabic in the college is arrested. The police stated that the murder was planned by Muhammed. Other accused reached the camp following Muhammed’s direction. It is hinted that four more people are arrested except Muhammed. Ernakulam Campus Front district committee member Aadil (20), BTech student and native of Chunangamve

         I pulled down barrier...civil rights can be protected this way only: P C George    
KOTTAYAM: P C George MLA said that he destructed the barrier at Paliyekkara toll plaza. He told that he was asked to pay the toll. “MLA sticker was stuck on the vehicle. Even then the toll officials were not ready to let go of the vehicle. Central government has made it clear that MLAs need not pay the toll. However, migrant workers from Tamilnadu and Bengal were asking to pay the toll. I came out of the car and destructed the barrier since a long queue was formed behind us”, PC George sa

         PC George turns violent at Paliyekkara toll plaza, toll barrier destructed    
THRISSUR: PC George MLA and his gang turned violent after they were asked to pay the toll. Toll barrier at the toll plaza was also destructed by them. Police registered a case following a complaint filed by toll officials.

         New assignment for ADGP Sudhesh Kumar    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: ADGP Sudesh Kumar, who lost his post of ADGP (Battalion) following servitude controversy, has been appointed as Coast Guard ADGP on Tuesday.

         Bihari woman found hanging in seminary    
KALPATTA: Bihar's Kishanpur native Swetha Ansitha (18), who was working in Pallikunnu Lourde Matha Convent was found hanging in Bethani seminary close to the convent.

         Ban Campus politics: Justice Kamal Pasha    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Justice Kamal has opined that there is no need for politics inside the campus. When politicians at top rungs co-exist amiably, such relationships are not found among local politicians inside campuses.

         Kottayam Collector warns against selfie in flooded regions    
KOTTAYAM: Kottayam B S Thirumeni has sternly instructed people not to visit flooding regions in Kottayam. “People visiting inundated areas and taking selfies for fun have come to our notice. We shall take stringent action against such people,” the collector warned.

         Manik Roy’s ‘last statement’ out; four persons behind attack    
KOLLAM: In the case related to the death of Bengali migrant labourer Manik Roy, four persons are involved, according to the last statement of the victim. The statement was given to a private TV channel when the victim was under treatment in hospital after the attack. He says that four persons had attacked him.

         Man attacked for 'stealing' rooster dies in Ker; 2 arrested    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A migrant worker from West Bengal has died of internal head and neck injuries suffered by him weeks ago when two people allegedly attacked him over suspicion that he stole a rooster near here, police said. In view of the death of the man, police registered a case of murder and today arrested two, who were earlier let off after being booked for assault on the day of the incident June 24.

         Lookout notice against GNPC admin    
THIRUVANANHAPURAM: Kerala police have issued a lookout notice against Ajith Kumar, the admin of ‘Glassile Nurayum Plattile Kariyum (GNPC)’, a drinkers’ cyber whatsapp group.

         Nipah prevention: Award for Kerala in UP    
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala will be honoured during EM India 2018 National Conference for providing the best service to prevent Nipah virus infection. State health minister K K Shailaja will be awarded on Banaras Hindu University on July 21 at 4 pm. ACEE India Dean Prof. Praveen Agarwal and EM India Dr. S K Shukla evaluated that such a situation cannot be handled without a long-term vision, support, sincere service and leadership. The invitation letter also said that everyone in the country i

         Hindu-Pak remark: Yuva Morcha activists wave black flag at Tharoor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The protest by Yuva Morcha activists against Shashi Tharoor MP against his Hindu Pakistan remark continued for the second day on Tuesday.

         Heavy rain: Train service via Kottayam stopped completely    
KOTTAYAM: Following heavy rains and water-logging all train services via Kottayam have been suspended completely.KOTTAYAM: Following heavy rains and water-logging all train services via Kottayam have been suspended completely.

         Stepfather arrested for throwing hot water at girl    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A man has been arrested for allegedly throwing hot water at the body of his 13-year-old stepdaughter. The arrested person is Cheeranikkara Pothupara Prabhamandiram resident Anil Kumar (42). He was arrested on Tuesday morning.

         'Accused in hand chopping case had role in Abhimanyu’s murder'    
KOCHI: The government said in the court that the accused in Thoduppuzha Newman College hand chopping case had a role in the murder of Maharajas College SFI leader Abhimanyu.

         Case against James Matthew MLA cancelled    
KOCHI: The High Court cancelled abetting of suicide case against James Matthew MLA in connection with the suicide of E P Sasidharan, headmaster of Tagore Vidya Nikethan government higher secondary school. Case against Shaji, a teacher in the school is also cancelled. The above court verdict came in response to the petition filed by both the accused.

         Kerala rains: Over 34,000 people housed in relief camps    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Nearly 34,000 people have been shifted to relief camps after flood water inundated low-lying areas due to heavy rains that have lashed Kerala for the past one week. A total of 34,693 people from 8,033 families were shifted to 265 relief camps he across the state, the control room monitoring rain-related incidents said. At least 12 people have died and six reported missing in rain-related incidents after the monsoon became active on July 9. In the second spell of rains,

         CM lacks guts to make demands of Centre: Chennithala    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan lacks guts to demand benefits from the Centre. “Pinarayi Vijayan only knows to brag. There is no one to question or ask…The Centre is not giving anything and the Kerala is not asking anything,” Chennithala said this after inaugurating the Raj Bhavan march taken out by UDF representatives against the Centre’s “apathy to the State”.

         Preetha Shaji arrested while protesting against sequestration    
Kochi: Preetha Shaji and other protesters who sat in in front of Debts Recovery Tribunal office in Kochi against sequestration of Preetha’s belongings were arrested by the police on Tuesday. 12 people were arrested for interrupting the sequestration. Preetha and the protest committee had called for a day and night protest for two days. They were arrested while they reached the debt recovery tribunal at Panampilly Nagar.

         Sex scandal: Respite for priests; SC prevents arrest    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has prevented the arrest of Father Soni Abraham Varghese (first accused) and Father Jaise K George (fourth accused) in connection with the sex scandal case involving four priests of Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church and a house woman in Kerala. The court on Tuesday prevented the arrest of the two priests for one day i.e. till Thursday when their anticipatory bail plea will be taken up again for hearing.

         Tharoor calls BJP 'narrow-minded'    
Thiruvananthapuram: Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday dubbed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as 'narrow-minded'. Tharoor also accused the BJP of 'dividing people on the lines of religion'.

         Don't need any more victims of campus politics: HC    
Kochi: The High Court has stated that there should not be any more deaths in the name of campus politics. The High Court said this while considering the plea seeking ban of campus politics. High Court clarified that campus is not a place only for political acivities. The court also said that Abhimanyu’s murder is not an isolated incident.

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