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March 17, Saturday 2018 10:01 PM       
       HEADLINES: School youth festival: Award for Kerala Kaumudi, Kerala Kaumudi online                                              Remission of sentence of political killing: Relative’s consent should be sought, says Governor                                              Beating Holi revellers: Case against college staff                                              Three Malayalis die in Velankanni vehicle accident                                              M B Rajesh clarifies why UP people’s representatives wore red cap                                              Indian Army inks MoUs with HPCL, NIEDO                                              Congress won’t cower in front of Modi’s arrogance: Sonia Gandhi                                              Stalin supports ‘Dravida Nadu’                                              Student faces suspension for not taking part in gun violence walkout                                              Pak PM discusses Afghan peace process with US VP                                              Trump re-affirms plan to meet Kim Jong Un                                              IPL 2018: Pune to host two play-off matches                                              KP confirms retirement in heartfelt Instagram post                                              All England Open: Sindhu eyes final berth                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Shaun George’s complaint can’t be probed: DGP    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: DGP Lokanath Behera has clarified that Shaun George’s complaint cannot be probed into. He added that a probe according to IPC sections suggested by Shaun cannot be made.

         Two dies, several injured after bus-lorry collision in Ottapalam    
OTTAPALAM: Two people died, and 22 got injured after a private bus collided with a mini container lorry along the Palakkad-Kulappulli road here.

         Greenfield to host yet another international cricket match!    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: To the much delight of the cricket fans in Thiruvananthapuram, the Greenfield International Stadium here is about to host another international cricket match.

         Pvt hospital employees wage: Right decision would be taken, says chairman    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Minimum Wages Consultant Committee chairman P K Gurudasan has said that a right decision will be taken regarding the minimum wages for the employees of private hospitals after considering the arguments, opinions and directions suggested by employee organisations and hospital managements.

         Govindachammy to join BJP: Complaint against those who spread fake news    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A complaint has been lodged against those who spread fake news in the name of a Malayalam channel that the BJP is intervening for the release of Govindachammy who is serving prison sentence in connection with the Saumya murder case.

         Land dealing: Pastoral Concil will convene a special meeting    
KOCHI: The Ernakulam-Angamaly Archdiocese Pastoral Council has clarified that they would convene a special meeting after Easter to discuss about the land dealing issue in which Cardinal Mar George Alalncherry is an accused.

         HC has no authority to intervene in Solar report: Govt    
KOCHI: The government has said that the Kerala High Court doesn’t have the authority to intervene in the Solar Commission report.

         I haven’t misbehaved with Nisha: Shaun George    
KOTTAYAM: P C George MLA’s son Shaun George has lodged a complaint with the DGP and Kottayam SP, seeking clarification on K M Mani’s daughter-in-law Nisha Jose’revelation that a Kottayam leader’s son had tried to molest her during a train journey.

         Pastoral Council: Victory for anti-Cardinal group, Alancherry criticised    
KOCHI: In the pastoral council meeting held in the wake of Syro-Malabar land controversy, the group that opposed Cardinal Mar George Alancherry got the upper hand.

         Chengannur election: BJP leaders visit Mani    
KOTTAYAM: As Chengannur is gearing up for Assembly by-election, BJP leaders on Saturday met Kerala Congress M Chairman K M Mani. It was a team led by former BJP state president P K Krishna Das, who held a meeting with Mani.

         Navy helicopter makes emergency landing on Alappuzha paddy field    
ALAPPUZHA: A navy helicopter crash-landed on Alappuzha paddy field after it developed technical glitches during its experimental flight. The Navy informed that both officers inside the helicopter were safe and no other damages were reported. During the flight, the pilot received a danger signal in the cock-pit and this was passed on to the Navy’s control room. From the South Naval Command, the pilot got the instruction to make emergency landing at some safe place.

         Book controversy: Shaun George to lodge complaint    
KOTTAYAM: P C George MLA’s son Shaun George will lodge a complaint with the DGP, seeking clarification on K M Mani’s daughter-in-law Nisha Jose’ revelation that a Kottayam leader’s son had tried to molest her during a train journey.

         Smooth delivery for Adivasi woman in KSRTC bus    
KOZHIKODE: An adivasi woman gave birth to a baby in a running KSRTC bus, on her way back home from hospital on Saturday. The delivery was fine. It was Wayanad Ambalavayal Nellarachal colony native Biju’s wife Kavitha who went through this strange experience. The bus was going towards Sultan Bathery from Kozhikode. In the middle of the journey, Kavitha developed labour pain and she delivered when the bus was nearing Kalpetta.

         Liquor shop being opened under duress: Thamarassery Bishop    
KOZHIKODE: The Kerala Catholic Bishops' Council (KCBC) has again publically challenged the government’s liquor policy. Thamarassery Bishop Mar Remigiose Inchananiyil said on Saturday that reopening bars will again be a major setback for the government.

         M B Rajesh clarifies why UP people’s representatives wore red cap    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala MP M B Rajesh has said that Samajwadi Party MLAs and MPs in the Uttar Pradesh started wearing red caps only after UP chief minister Yogi Adithyanath said publically that the ‘red’ has been annihilated from Tripura.

         Three Malayalis die in Velankanni vehicle accident    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three members from a Malayali family died in a vehicle accident that happened at Velankanni pilgrim centre. The dead include Palakkad Chittoor Sarkarpathy natives Krishna Veni, Dileep, and Aarumukha Swami. Bhagavat and Dharani, who got injured in the accident, have been admitted in the hospital.

         Beating Holi revellers: Case against college staff    
KOZHIKODE: Police have filed a case against teachers and non-teaching staff of Farooq College who allegedly beat students at the college premises after they celebrated Holi.

         Remission of sentence of political killing: Relative’s consent should be sought, says Governor    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Governor P Sathasivam’s stand that the consent of victim’s kin should be sought before remitting the sentence of convicts in political killing is a major setback for the government.

         School youth festival: Award for Kerala Kaumudi, Kerala Kaumudi online    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the media award for this academic year’s media award was declared, Kerala Kaumudi online emerged the winner for the best screenshot; this was also newly instituted award for this category. Kerala Kaumudi newspaper won the award for comprehensive coverage of the youth festival. At a function to be held at Thrissur Regional Theatre on April 13, award will be presented.

         KSRTC bus accident: Three from family die    
KOLLAM: Three from a family die in a collision between a KSRTC bus and a bike. The dead has been identified as Shibu (35), wife Saji (30) and son Ananthu (10). One person was seriously injured in the accident.

         Govt readies charge sheet against Jacob Thomas    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government is getting ready to submit one more charge sheet against former Vigilance director Jacob Thomas. The action follows the finding that his book Sravukalkkoppam Neendunnu is a breach of service rules. The violation was confirmed by a committee that examined the remarks in the book.

         Granny who fell into well during selfie shoot appears at press conference    
PALAKKAD: The video that was doing the rounds recently was the one in which two children are seen taking a selfie with their grandma near the well and seconds before the video ends, she is seen falling into the well. The news started to spread that it was an Alappuzha native that fell into the well. It was also said that the incident was the result of new generation’s dangerous selfie craze.

         Young singer swoons on stage; condition serious    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A young singer collapsed during his performance on a stage here on Friday and he has been admitted to Thiruvananthapuram Medical College hospital. It was Thiruvananthapuram native Shanavaz, who had swooned during a programme at Sharkara. In the fall, he sustained serious head injury.

         Kozhikode explosion: Two injured    
NADAPURAM: A big explosion has been reported from Ambalakulangara near Nadapuram in Kozhikode. Two employees were injured in the incident. The explosion happened when scrap items were being loaded on to a lorry.

         In India, foreigners shouldn’t walk around, wearing bikini: Alphons Kannamthanam    
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannamthanam has said that foreigners who come to India should respect the nation’s culture and tradition in dressing. Once they reach here, they should not walk around, wearing bikini. He said this in an interview given to a national media.

         ‘Mani’s daughter-in-law had experience from controversial Kottayam leader’s son’    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Nisha Jose, the wife of Kerala Congress leader K M Mani’s son Jose K Mani, who the other day joined the bandwagon of Me-Too campaigners, ahead of the release of her book ‘The Other Side of Life’ spoke to Kerala Kaumudi Flash.

         Syro-Malabar land deal: HC stays filing case against Cardinal    
KOCHI: A division bench of Kerala high court has stayed the single bench order to file a case against Cardinal Mar George Alencherry in controversial Syro-Malabar land deal. KOCHI: A division bench of Kerala high court has stayed the single bench order to file a case against Cardinal Mar George Alencherry in controversial Syro-Malabar land deal. The stay is also applicable to steps taken by the police, heeding to the single bench high court order to file case and start investigation. The c

         Move to commute sentence of T P case convict    
KANNUR: There is reportedly a move to commute the sentence of P K Kunjanandan, the kingpin of the team behind the murder of TP Chandrasekaharan. The attempt is to release him, exploring the provision of leniency given to persons above 70.

         P V Anwar violated law, Collector’s report    
NILAMBOOR: In the report given by district collector, it is said that Kozhikode Kakkadam Poyailil P V Anwar MLA built water theme park by violating rules. The collector has recommended filing case against Anwar for violating building rules. There is also recommendation for demolishing the building immediately. The final permit for the functioning of water theme park is not yet obtained. The park is found to have been built according to plant different from the sanctioned plan.

         Kerala: Students injured as Holi celebration turns violent    
Kozhikode (Kerala): The Holi celebrations in Farook College in Kerala's Calicut turned violent after few students were allegedly assaulted by the college staff members. The incident took place on Thursday evening when two students were rounded up and beaten by a group of faculties and staff members.

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