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       HEADLINES: Inter-religious marriage: Family faces Mahallu committee's ban                                              Bike riders die after hit by unknown vehicle                                              Patidar leader alleges BJP bribed him                                              ISRO eyes Cartosat-2 series launch in Dec                                              Bilkis Bano case: Gujarat to apprise SC on departmental action                                              Polls in Himachal earlier due to weather: CEC                                              Abbasi becomes first Pak PM to fly military helicopter                                              First batch of Afghan Pilots complete 'Black Hawk' training in US                                              Small child's body found in culvert in Texas                                              School sports meet: Ernakulam secures top spot                                              School sports meet: Mar Basil becomes champion in schools division                                              ‘Uncapped’ Shreyas Iyer, Mohammed Siraj named in India T20I squad                                              Ashwin, Jadeja recalled for Test series against Lanka                                              FIFA U-17 World Cup semi-final match to take place in Kolkata                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Temple entry for non-Hindus: LDF’s is a silent revolution, says Kodiyeri    
KANNUR: CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan is in complete agreement with tantric Chennas Dinesan Namboodiripad with regards to the topic of allowing non-Hindus to enter the Guruvayoor temple.

         Bike riders die after hit by unknown vehicle    
KOZHIKODE: Two people who were travelling on a bike died here on Thondayad-Ramanattukara bypass after being hit by some unknown vehicle.

         Treatment denied to Gowri who jumped off building and died: Police    
KOLLAM: The police have said that the 10th standard student of Kollam Kottamukku Trinity Lyceum School Gowri Neha, who jumped off the third floor of her school building after being publically scolded by two of her teachers, was denied treatment at hospital.

         Thomas Chandy case: Action likely against former Collector, RDO    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There may soon be action against former collector Padmakumar and former RDO, on the basis of the inquiry conducted by Alappuzha collector T V Anupama on encroachment allegations against Lake Palace Resort, a resort owned by Chandy.

         Inter-religious marriage: Family faces Mahallu committee's ban    
KOZHIKODE: Mahallu committee has imposed ban on a Muslim family for giving their daughter in marriage to a Christian boy. The committee has asked its other members not to cooperate with the family or its members.

         Backwater encroachment: ‘Collector's step is contempt of court’    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water World Tourism Company M D Mathew Joseph has written to Revenue Secretary, stating that the collector had committed contempt of court by conducting examination and submitting report even as the case on the Lake palace was being considered by the high court.

         Migrant labourer 'stabbed' to death    
KOCHI: A migrant labourer was stabbed to death near Pottakkuzhi church at Kallur in Kochi. The dead has been identified as West Bengal Jaipagudi native Deepkar.

         I wasn’t bitten by snake recently: Vava Suresh    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Vava Suresh is a world-famous snake catcher, who has, even then, received snake bites several times. He also has had to spend a few days in hospital to save his life. But for the past two years no such incident had happened in his life. Interestingly, over the past two days, he had been noticing news that said he was bitten by a snake. The news was circulated through WhatsApp, online media and social media. Videos corresponding to the news also had spread. Vava Suresh toda

         Education bandh in Kollam tomorrow    
KOLLAM: Education bandh will be held in Kollam on Tuesday in protest against the lathi charge on students on Monday. The police action happened when marches were being taken out in connection with the death of a student who had jumped from the top of the school building.

         Gandhian Gopinathan Nair injured    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Gandhian Gopinathan Nair got injured by the water cannon of the Kerala police. The incident took place in front of the Secretariat on Monday when the police used water cannon to disperse the protesting crowd.

         Thomas Chandy’s encroachment: I’ve no bias, says E Chandrasekharan    
KOZHIKODE: Revenue Minister E Chandrasekharan has said that he’ll not approach the report submitted by the district collector stating that Transport Minister Thomas Chandy has wet filled the Marthandam Lake in Kuttanadu and made a parking lot for his Lake Palace resort with any preconceived notion.

         I’ve security threats but haven’t appointed pvt agency: Dileep    
KOCHI: Dileep, who is out on bail in connection with the actress attack case, has informed the police that he has security threats but hasn’t appointed any private security agency for his protection.

         Food poisoning: Six female students hospitalised    
IDUKKI: Six female students of Thodupuzha Cooperative Law College have been admitted at a hospital following food poisoning. All of them were staying at the Muttom working women’s hostel.

         Govt must take initiative to allow non-Hindus inside Guruvayoor: Tantric    
THRISSUR: The tantric of the Guruvayoor temple Chennas Dinesan Namboodiripad has said that it’s the government who should take the initiative to allow non-Hindu devotees inside the temple.

         Jishnu case: SC seeks status quo report    
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has instructed the CBI to inform about their stance on taking up the case relating to the death of Pampadi Nehru Engineering College student Jishnu Pranoy, within a week’s time.

         Pirated copy of ‘Ramaleela’: Petition seeking CBI probe    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has instructed to give a notice on the petition filed by producer Tomichan Mulakuppadam seeking a CBI investigation on the incident of the spreading of the pirated copy of Dileep’s ‘Ramaleela’ in the internet.

         HC postpones Rahul Easwar’s arrest till Thursday    
KOCHI: The Kerala High Court has postponed the arrest of Rahul Easwar based on the complaint filed by Hadiya’s father Ashokan saying that he spread the images he took during his visit to their house in social media, till Thursday.

         Teen jumps to death in Kollam, clash in SFI march    
KOLLAM: There has been clash in the SFI march protesting the incident of the death of a high school girl who suffered serious injuries after she jumped from the third story of her school building.

         Body of youth recovered from Neyyar    
KATTAKADA: The dead body of the second youth who got washed away after getting down to take a bath in Neyyar on Sunday has been found. The comprehensive search by the natives and the fire force resulted in the finding of the dead body of Adarsh (20), who is son of Kadakkavoor Keezhatingal S R Bhavan Sasidharan Pillai.

         Body found in tunnel most likely of missing Indian girl, says Texas police    
HOUSTON: Police have discovered the body of a girl child, which they say is most likely of a three- year-old Indian girl who went missing for last two weeks when her foster father reportedly sent her outside alone late in the night as punishment for not finishing her milk.

         Girl jumps from school building, dies    
KOLLAM: A Class X girl student of the ICSE School Trinity Lyceum who jumped from the third storey of the school building last Friday succumbed to her injuries on Monday. She has been identified as Gauri Neha of Ramankulangara in Kollam.

         2016 Kochi teen pregnancy case: Chargesheet filed against three    
KOCHI: A chargesheet has been filed against a minor boy and his sister in the 2016 Kochi teen pregnancy case. Along with them the doctor who failed to report the case to police has been charged under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

         ECI should stay beyond doubts: Pinarayi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has, through a Facebook post, has criticised the Election Commission of India’s (ECI) stance on not announcing the assembly election dates in Gujarat.

         Religion only means opinion: Hareesh Peradi    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Noted actor Hareesh Peradi has taken to Facebook to criticise the people who fight in the name of religion and caste.

         Stones pelted at trains, two passengers injured    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Two including a woman got injured in an incident of stone pelting my unknown miscreants against trains on Sunday here. Stones were pelted against the Kannur Jan Shatabdi, and Chennai Mail that started from Thiruvananthapuram Central station at 2.30 pm and 2.50 pm respectively.

         Take action and not just talk against corruption: Kummanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has said that the LDF stands first in talking against corruption but is far behind when it comes to taking actions against it.

         People who did nothing for freedom struggle are talking about nationalism: Kanam    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran has said that those who did not do even a minute’s work for the freedom struggle of India, now talking about nationalism is twisting of history.

         ‘Mersal’ has encouraged discussion on lapse in GST: M A Baby    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking to reporters here, CPM politburo member M A Baby has said that the row over the movie ‘Mersal’ has given an opportunity to discuss the lapse in the implementation of GST.

         KPCC won’t defy high command: M M Hassan    
KASARGOD: Talking to reporters, KPCC president M M Hassan has said that neither the KPCC nor any PCC can ever defy the high command. He also said that the KPCC will prepare the governing council list as per the instructions given by the high command.

         Oppressors of freedom will come cloaked in red, saffron, green: Murali Gopy    
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Noted actor Murali Gopy has taken to Facebook to comment on the ongoing row over Vijay’s new release ‘Mersal’.

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