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         CPM-RSS clash at Pappanamcode: five injured    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Five people including Nemom SI got injured in a clash that broke out between CPM and RSS in Pappanamcode. The incident took place in the Pattaram temple premise in Viswambharan road, at around 9.00 pm on Sunday.

 
         May Day wishes from CM Pinarayi Vijayan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan took to Facebook to wish all labourers a happy May Day. He wrote in a post that the government’s slogan ‘Secular, non-corrupt, developed new Kerala’ is a dream of all labourers. This May Day will give energy to efforts made to realise this goal.

 
         Even state police chief is denied justice here: M T Ramesh    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State general secretary M T Ramesh has asked how ordinary people will get justice if the police chief himself is denied justice. He was speaking at the inauguration of the party’s district level meeting.

 
         Farmers will get electricity at Rs. 2 per unit: M M Mani    
 
 
IDUKKI: Elelctricity Minister M M Mani has said that farmers will be provided electricity at a rate of Rs. 2 per unit. He stated that the KSEB will charge only Rs. 2 per unit of electricity from cardamom farmers.

 
         Poomukham clash: 12 IUML members arrested    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Twelve of the League members, who attacked the police amidst the SDPI-IUML clash at Poomukham near Velam here, got arrested. Fifteen of the policemen who got injured are admitted in the Kuttiyadi government hospital.

 
         DGP appointment: CM challenging judiciary, says Kummanam    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s stance that he cannot execute the Supreme Court’s order to reappoint T P Senkumar as DGP with immediate effect is nothing but challenging the judiciary of the country.

 
         Indefinite shutdown of ration shops from Monday    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The Kerala State Retail Ration Dealers Association has declared an indefinite shutdown from Monday, demanding clearing of pending commissions, descent salary for employees, implementation of food safety act and more.

 
         Kodanad murder: Doctors confirm nothing suspicious about wounds on mother and daughter    
 
 
THRISSUR: Doctors have confirmed that the deep cuts found on the throats of Vinu Priya and Neethu, the wife and daughter of Sayan who is the second accused in the murder of Om Bahadur, the security guard at late Chief Minister Jayalalitha’s summer retreat at Kodanad, Nilgiri, are nothing unnatural.

 
         CPI (M) has expelled leaders involved in sexual assault cases, says Hassan    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC chief M M Hassan has come to the fore in reply to M M Mani’s allegation that the congress party has the highest number of female harassers. CPM is the party which has expelled leaders for misbehaving with women. Mani is levelling baseless allegations hiding all that, he said.

 
         M M Mani hits out at congress    
 
 
IDUKKI: Power Minister M M Mani, who is facing the flak for his disparaging remarks on women plantation workers, on Sunday said the Congress has a bad track record of misbehaving with women not just in Kerala, but across India.

 
         It’s not easy to execute court verdict next day, says Pinarayi    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has come to the fore hinting a favourable stand in reinstating T P Senkumar as the DGP. Supreme Court verdict is final and there is no problem in implementing it.

 
         Keralite who joined Al Qaeda killed    
 
 
PALAKKAD: A Keralite who joined the global terrorist organization Al Qaeda was found killed. The dead has been identified as Abu Thahir, a native of Hemambika Nagar near Olavakkod in Palakkad.

 
         New faces should be given chance in organizational polls, says Antony    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There should be no infighting in congress organizational polls and new faces should be given an opportunity, said congress working committee member A K Antony.

 
         Malayali who joined ISIS dies, says report    
 
 
KASARGOD: There are hints that a Malayali who had joined international terror group ISIS had been killed. His relatives in Kasargod got Whatsapp message in this regard on Saturday. The message says Bestin known as Yahya was killed.

 
         Kodanadu Estate murder: Two more Malayalis arrested    
 
 
MALAPPURAM: Two more Malayalis were arrested in connection with the murder of the security man at the estate of former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalitha. Nepali Security man Ram Bahadoor who was working at Jayalaitha's rest house at Kodanadu in Ootty was found murdered on April 24.

 
         Pembilai Orumai leaders discharged from hospital, continue strike    
 
 
MUNNAR: Pembillai Orumai leaders Gomathy, Rajeswari and Kausalya, who had been forcibly shifted to hospital from the strike pandal by the police, left the hospital on Saturday evening. The hospital authorities said they were discharged on their personal request. The three strikers soon returned to the strike pandal. They were forcefully removed as their health condition started worsening.

 
         K C Venugopal AICC general secretary    
 
 
THIRUANANTHAPURAM: In the top echelons of AICC saw a shake-up on Saturday. K C Venugopal was appointed as AICC general secretary and P C Vishnunath as Secretary. Both have been given the charge of Karnataka. Till this day, Dig Vijay Singh had been in charge of Karnataka. Sigh has been now replaced with Venugopal.

 
         Delay in Senkumar’s appointment is challenge to rule of law    
 
 
THIURUVANANTHAPURAM: VT Balram on his Facebook post has said that the delay in the reinstatement of T P Senkumar as State Police Chief, even so many days after clear pronouncement of the SC order in this regard, is an open challenge to the rule of law. He says what is important is the apex court’s verdict and not the personal rivalry of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Chief Secretary Nalini Netto.

 
         Thrissur Pooran flag goes up    
 
 
THRISSUR: Thrissur pooram flag was hoisted on Saturday, marking the beginning of the grand festival of Kerala. The flag was hoisted at Paramekkavu amidst protest over fireworks-related uncertainty. Though an elephant was taken out for procession, Peruvanam and Paramekkavu registered their protest without drumming the chenda. In earlier years, up to five jumbos were used for the procession.

 
         Paris terror attack: Team including Malayali NIA official heads for France    
 
 
NEW DELHI: NIA team including Malayali official A P Shoukathali has reached Paris in connection with the terror attack that took place there. Subhani Haji who was arrested from Kanakamala in Kerala by NIA, had identified two persons including Muhammed Usman, who were arrested in connection with Paris attack. It was after this the NIA team decided to go to Paris for further investigation. They will be in France for about two days. In November, 2015 terror attack in Paris, 150 persons were

 
         Escape of accused: Two cops under suspension    
 
 
NEYYATTINKARA: In the wake of the incident in which notorious criminal Ernakulam Biju escaped on bike from police clutches while he was being taken back from court, two policemen have been placed under suspension. Thiruvananthapuram rural SP has suspended A R camp policemen Vipin Gosh and Mujeeb. There are reports that there will be action against more officers for not providing necessary bandobast, despite intelligence alert.

 
         KSIDC registers profit of Rs 49.87 crore    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC)has registered a profit to a tune of Rs. 49.87 crore for the financial year 2015-16.

 
         Yesteryear film-drama actor Nalothu Krishnan passes away    
 
 
THRISSUR: Yesteryear film-drama actor Thrissur Cherppu Poochinniopadam Nalothu Krishnan (Krishnettan 84) passed away on Saturday. He has acted in Padmarajan’s Thoovanathumbikal and Sathyan Anthikkad’s several old films. He had also been part of several dramas of Valachira drama clubs. He was SNDP Poochinnipadam branch president and a former employee of district cooperative bank.

 
         Pembilai Orumai hunger-strike: Leaders arrested    
 
 
MUNNAR: Police Saturday arrested the members of the Pembilai Orumai group who have been staging a hunger strike at Munnar since the past five days, against the derogatory statements made by Electricity Minister M M Mani against them. Leaders of the group Gomathy and Kousalya were arrested and moved to a hospital by the police after dramatic events.

 
         I shan’t change my style: M M Mani    
 
 
ADIMALY: Minister M M Mani has reiterated that he will not change his style of speaking. “I have spoken in similar fashion earlier also. Whatever is said about it, I can only talk like that. I’m not a double MA holder like others,” he told media persons again on Saturday. “This is Idukki district. There is no need to change the style. If the name is printed on the notice paper, the people’s representative concerned should compulsory take part in the meeting. Let it be UDF or LDF or

 
         Kodanad murder: 'Wife, daughter may have been killed earlier'    
 
 
PALAKKAD: The police are suspicious over the death of Vinu Priya and Neethu, the wife and daughter of Sayan, the second accused in the murder of a guard and robbery at the estate bungalow of the late Chief Minister Jayalalitha at Kodanad in Ooty.

 
         Pembilai Orumai hunger-strike: Rajeswari hospitalised    
 
 
MUNNAR: Rajeswari, one among the Pembilai Orumai member, who has been in the hunger strike at Munnar demanding the resignation and apology from Electricity Minister M M Mani for his derogatory statements against their organisation, has been moved to a hospital on Saturday, following her deteriorating health.

 
         Senkumar files contempt of court charges, requests service extension    
 
 
NEW DELHI: T P Senkumar has filed contempt of court charges against the state government in the Supreme Court, stating that the government is delaying to execute the court’s order to reappoint him as the DGP in charge of law and order. Chief secretary Nalini Netto is the defendant in the case.

 
         Mavelikara Maoist meet: Convicts get 3-year imprisonment and fine    
 
 
KOCHI: Ernakulam special NIA court has ordered 3-year imprisonment and a fine of Rs. 5,000 to five people found guilty of organising a secret meeting in Mavelikara, on the auspice of Revolutionary Democratic Front, which supports the Maoists. This is the first registered Maoist case in Kerala.

 
         Kodanad murder: First accused dies, second accused hospitalised after motor accident    
 
 
PALAKKAD: The cars of accused in the murdering the guard and robbery at late Chief Minister J Jayalalitha’ estate bungalow have met with accidents in two separate incidents under suspicious circumstances.

 
 
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