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       HEADLINES: Attack on actress: Govt is with the victim, says Kodiyeri                                              Pulsar Suni hid phone in kitchen                                              Loknath Behera appointed state police chief                                              Half done things will be completed, says Behera                                              There are no known criminals in film industry: Innocent                                              Operations at Jawaharlal Nehru port in Mumbai hit by ransomware                                              Aadhaar-PAN linking must from July 1, govt notifies rules                                              Junaid Khan lynching: Four more including 50-yr-old arrested                                              Iran accuses US of 'brazen' plan to change its govt Advertisement                                              Modi world's most important PM: Israeli daily                                              Modi, Trump meeting a 'tremendous success': US experts                                              Need to be consistent to win big events, says Prannoy                                              FIFA discloses damaging Qatar World Cup bid report                                              Federer poised for record Wimbledon triumph                                              Anyone can apply: Ganguly on Shastri                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Actor Dileep questioned for 12 hours    
 
 
KOCHI: The case of abduction and sexual assault of a female actor in Kochi took a dramatic turn on Wednesday with the police subjecting actor Dileep and his actor-filmmaker friend Nadirsha to marathon questioning to collect their statements on the purported conspiracy behind the episode.

 
         Jacob Thomas' take on DGP appointment    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In his styled-manner, former Intelligence chief Jacob Thomas has said the basis for seniority is to secure some more marks and come first in the rank-list. There is no big deal in this. “IMG director’s post is a reputed position. Many things can be done as a director. My style is to do any job in the best way,” he said.

 
         Leaking Cabinet discussions: CM expresses discontent    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has expressed his discontent over leaking matters discussed in the Cabinet. In the Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, the chief minister took exception to leaking matters discussed on Munnar and Kovalam palace. He expressed his concern over this to other ministers.

 
         Adv Aloor to take up Pulsar Suni's case    
 
 
KOCHI: Prominent advocate B A Aloor will henceforth appear for accused Pulsar Suni in the actor attack case in Kochi. On Wednesday, he went to Kakkanad district jail and got vakalatnama signed from him. Aloor informed that he would argue the case for all accused expect Martin. Quoting Suni, he added that some bigwigs in the film industry were conspiring in the case.

 
         AMMA's executive committee in Kochi today    
 
 
KOCHI: As mysteries and controversies surround the sensational actor attack case, the prime organisation of Malayalam film artistes AMMA will hold its executive meeting in Kochi on Wednesday.

 
         Gangeshananda case: Girl’s ex-lover in police custody    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Ayyappadas, the former lover of the girl involved in the Gangeshananda case, has been taken into Crime Branch custody from Kottarakkara. According to reports, the accused, who was taken into custody by a team led by IG S Sreejith, will be brought to Thiruvananthapuram for questioning.

 
         'Suni offered Rs 2 lakh to blackmail Dileep'    
 
 
KOCHI: Pulsar Suni had offered Rs 2 lakh to his jail mate Vishnu to take money from Dileep by blackmailing him in connection with the actress attack case. The money was offered to hand over the threatening letter to Dileep and for making phone calls. But as Vihsnu was about to be caught red-handed, he handed over the letter to the police, according to the police.

 
         Dileep’s remark against actress mysterious, says Women’s commission    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Women’s Commission Chairperson M C Jospehine has said Dileep’s statement against the actress who was attacked in Kochi looked strange and mysterious. “The statements made against the actress were tantamount to attacking her again. The remarks made by Dileep and Salim Kumar against the actress need to be examined and we’ll meet the actress in person to know more about the incident,” she said.

 
         Some trying to implicate me, says Dileep    
 
 
KOCHI: Some are trying to arraign me in the case in connection with the attack towards an actress, alleged Dileep. I will not stand for media’s trial, he said.

 
         There are no known criminals in film industry: Innocent    
 
 
THRISSUR: There are no known criminals in the Malayalam film field, said films organization ‘AMMA’ president Innocent. The attack towards the actress in Kochi need not be discussed either in the executive meet or in the general body meeting.

 
         Half done things will be completed, says Behera    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Vigilance director Loknath Behera said that he is obliged to the government for appointing him again as the police chief. They have not officially informed me about the appointment, he told reporters here.

 
         Kanam hits out at CPM    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: The CPI has come to the fore harshly criticizing the CPM in the Munnar issue. CPI state secretary Karan Rajendran said that he is not aware of the meet called by the chief minister’s office to discuss the removal of Devikulam sub collector.

 
         Loknath Behera appointed state police chief    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The cabinet which convened here Wednesday decided to make vigilance director Loknath Behera the state’s new police chief. Behera is returning to the post after a gap of 55 days as the present DGP T P Senkumar is retiring on June 30.

 
         Pulsar Suni hid phone in kitchen    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The mobile phone used by Pulsar Suni, lodged in the Kakkanad Jail in connection with the attack towards an actress in Kochi, to blackmail Dileep was hid in the kitchen.

 
         Attack on actress: Govt is with the victim, says Kodiyeri    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government is with the victim in connection with the attack towards an actress in Kochi, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. Talking to reporters here, he said this is the right stand in matters like this.

 
         Kollam Chithara moral policing: Three arrested    
 
 
KOLLAM: Kadakkal Police have arrested three persons in connection with the incident in which a woman and her son’s friend were beaten up by a gang in the name of moral policing.

 
         Enathu Bailey Bridge closed due Heavy rain    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As the water level in Kallada river rose following heavy rains, the traffic flow through Enathu Bailey Bridge was temporarily blocked Meanwhile, the district administration has issued alert notice in the area.

 
         Govt to hold meeting to remove Munnar sub-collector; Revenue Minister to boycott    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The government has informed that the meeting called by the revenue secretary to discuss Munnar issue will be held as per schedule. The government decided to hold the meeting on July 1 following the demand made by leaders including minister M M Mani that sub-collector Sreeram Venkataraman be removed from his post. This was opposed, in vain, by Revenue Minister E Chandrasekharan and CPI.

 
         Fever cases yet to recede; Eight deaths on Tuesday    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Despite the downpours in the last few days in the State, there has been no let-up in the cases of death due to fever. On Tuesday itself, eight persons died due to fever. But Health Minister K K Shailaja said that the fever was under control. “Over the past few days, there has been a decrease in the number of patients reaching hospitals. Private hospitals have also been instructed to follow criteria for treatment promptly,” she informed. Meanwhile, there are repo

 
         Self-financing Dental College: Rs 2.5 lakh fee for 85% seat    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The fee for the BDS course in self-financing dental colleges in the State has been fixed. Rs 2.5 lakh fee has been decided for 85% seats and Rs 6 lakh for the rest 15 % NRI seats.

 
         Attack against actress: CM influenced probe, alleges Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has alleged that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s statement had influenced the course of the investigation into the actress attack case. “The statement made by the chief minister, who is also the home minister, had resulted in diverting the course of the case. Usually, persons in charge of the home department do not make any comment that would affect the case. No investigation was carried out based on the complaint given by actor Dile

 
         Incessant rains: Caution notices sent, schools given leave    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The heavy rains that lashed many parts of Kerala on Monday night is continuing strong even on Tuesday. There are reports of flood and crop destructions in many parts of the state.

 
         I’m not afraid of anyone; not reluctant to take legal action against Dileep: Actress    
 
 
THRISSUR: Breaking her silence, the actress who got abducted and raped in Kochi, made a statement on Tuesday that she is not reluctant to take legal actions against those who are making unjust statements against her. She said this a press release to the media.

 
         Tree falls over bus; no casualty reported    
 
 
KOTTAYAM: Following heavy rain, an uprooted tree partially fell over a school bus at Kanjirappally Chirakkadavu but all students inside the bus were safe.

 
         Puthuvype protest: Summons to DCP Yatish Chandra    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Human Rights Commission has has served summons to Kochi city police deputy commissioner Yatish Chandra to appear before them on July 17 in connection with the beating up of people who were staging a protest against the setting up of the LPG plant in Puthuvype in Kochi.

 
         Kochi Metro bogged down by unseemly controversies    
 
 
KOCHI: Trangenders' refusal to join duty, insensitive photo of a hearing impaired commuter on social media and a Congress protest journey spoiled the party for the Kochi Metro inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi less than a fortnight ago.

 
         Investigation in right direction: Suresh Gopi on actress attacked in Kochi case    
 
 
PALAKKAD: Actor turned MP Suresh Gopi has said that the investigation in the case of the actress getting abducted and raped in Kochi is going in the right direction. He added that all publicity that the case is getting now, including in the social media, are based on sheer guess works.

 
         Actress attacked in Kochi: Director Lal rejects Dileep’s statement    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor, director Lal has rejected actor Dileep’s statement that the former had told him about the friendship between Pulsar Suni and the actress who got attacked by him in Kochi.

 
         Health minister must resign: Chennithala    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that the government’s efforts in resisting the fever epidemic in the state is a complete failure, and demanded that the health minister K K Shylaja must immediately resign based on this.

 
         Bhagyalakshmi criticises Salim Kumar and ‘Women in Cinema Collective’    
 
 
KOCHI: Dubbing artist Bhagyalakshmi has taken to Facebook to come down heavily on actor Salim Kumar for his Facebook post suggesting the actress who was attacked in Kochi to be subjected to a lie-detection test, and criticise the ‘Women in Cinema Collective’ organisation for their silence over the issue.

 
 
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