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February 26, Sunday 2017 4:11 AM       
       HEADLINES: Advocate Aloor to appear for Pulsar Suni                                              Actress back to work                                              Vaikom Vijayalakshmi pulls out of marriage                                              V S Sivakumar on fast for 'Karunya'                                              Heroine who’ve conquered life, Manju Warrier extols her dear actress friend                                              Cong rules out supporting Sena to capture power at BMC                                              Stents pricing: Govt asks hospitals to make prompt refunds                                              Modi promises to end economic blockade in Manipur                                              Muhammad Ali's son detained at airport: 'Are you Muslim?'                                              Pope quietly trims sanctions for sex abusers seeking mercy                                              Wife of Srinivas Kuchibhotla asks can Trump protect us                                              Kohli says his team showed how not to bat                                              Dhoni scores 43 but Jharkhand lose to Karnataka by 5 runs                                              Kaumudi Facebook
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         Actress identifies four at identification parade    
 
 
KOCHI: In the case related to assault on a Malayali actress, the identification parade of the accused was held at Aluva sub-jail on Saturday. The parade of Martin, Salim, Pradeep and Manikantan, who were arrested first, took place in the presence of first class judicial magistrate.

 
         Kerala CM lambasts RSS at communal harmony rally in Mangaluru    
 
 
MANGALURU: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today said right wing organisations, including the RSS, had been trying to divide the country for the last several years. Addressing a "communal harmony rally" organised by CPI(M) here, he said it was unfortunate that such organisations were tryingto disrupt peace in the country.

 
         Police raid house where Suni went after attacking actress    
 
 
KOCHI: Police on Saturday raided the house where main accused Pulsar Suni went after assaulting an actress. Three smart phones, memory cards, SIM cards and a Tablet were recovered from this house. The video images of Suni reaching his friend’s house at Kochi Gandhi Nagar after the crime were captured by the residential association’s CCTV installed at this place. Suni, who spent about 20 minutes at his friend’s house, has told the police that he couldn’t meet his friend but the poli

 
         Heroine who’ve conquered life, Manju Warrier extols her dear actress friend    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actress Manju Warrier has hailed her dear actress friend who returned to acting within a week after that brutal assault on her. She has expressed her wishes on her Facebook page. “You are an actress who have conquered your life. This is the strongest message a person who is bruised can pass to society. We whole-heartedly welcome that announcement of self-respect,” Manju said.

 
         V S Sivakumar on fast for 'Karunya'    
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Minister V S Sivakumar has started fasting in front of the Secretariat against the alleged decision of the government to withdraw Karunya benevolent fund scheme. The fast will end at 5 in the evening. The fast was inaugurated by Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala on Saturday morning. DCC president Neyyattinkara Sanal, M M Hassan, Thampanoor Ravi, CP John, Palode Ravi, Karakulam Krishna Pillai among others were present.

 
         Vaikom Vijayalakshmi pulls out of marriage    
 
 
KOCHI: Flustered over the conditions put forward by her would-be, singer Vaikom Vijayalakshmi withdrew from her marriage decision on Saturday. At a press conference here on Saturday, she said that he had asked her to discontinue music programmes after the marriage and told her that she had better take up the job of a music teacher. Moreover, post marriage she was asked to shift to his house. “He had agreed to stay with me in my own house, even after the marriage. But he went back on his wor

 
         Actress assault case: Police given custody of accused    
 
 
KOCHI: Police have got the custody of Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, accused in the actress attack case, till March 5. The police’ request was for 10 days’ police custody but only 8 days’ custody was granted. Meanwhile, the police have started examining the CCTV clippings in order to find out the mobile phone. The CCTV cameras from three places in Kochi are being examined. The police are trying to find out whether there was any conspiracy behind the attack on the actress. A demand is also the

 
         Don’t annoy actress at shooting location, pleads Prithviraj    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Prithviraj has made a request to the public and media not to annoy the actress who was attacked recently, when she resumes shooting works. She will be returning to the cinema world through the new film Adam, in which Prithviraj is the hero.

 
         Actress back to work    
 
 
KOCHI: The actress who was kidnapped and assaulted at Angamaly recently resumed her shooting on Saturday. Today morning she reached on the sets of Prithviraj starrer Adam in Fort Kochi. Earlier, the actress had informed that she would be meeting media persons after the pooja of the film. The plan was to take part in a press conference along with Prithviraj but the police restricted her from meeting the press persons. The police is said to have barred the actress from seeing media persons as i

 
         Advocate Aloor to appear for Pulsar Suni    
 
 
KOCHI: Advocate B A Aloor has said that he would appear in the court on Saturday for Pulsar Suni, the prime accused in the case relating to the kidnap of a Malayali actress. He said he decided to appear for Sunil Kumar alias Pulsar Suni as he was requested to do so by his relatives. Uloor shot to limelight after he appeared for Soumya murder case convict Govinda Chamy and managed to commute his death sentence.

 
         Two police men stabbed at Ottapalam    
 
 
OTTAPALAM: Two police men stabbed by miscreants in the tussle that occurred during a church festival at Ananganadi in Ottapalam. The injured police men are Traffic SI Rajasekharan and Civil Police Officer Pratheesh. In connection with the incident, police have arrested Ottapalam native Faisal.

 
         Will attend Mangalore event, reply for RSS after my return: Pinarayi    
 
 
KOZHIKODE: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said he will attend the rally for communal harmony in Mangalore on Saturday amidst Sangh Parivar’s threat. “After returning from the event, I shall give my reply to RSS’ opposition,” he said. Sangh Parivar leaders had said the other day that they would not allow Pinarayi Vijayan to take part in the Mangalore rally. But Karnataka government informed that all security arrangements will be made for Kerala CM’s visit. 4000 additional police

 
         Pulsar Suni is just an acquaintance: Lal    
 
 
KOCHI: Director-Actor Lal has said Pulsar Suni is just his recent acquaintance and what some are spreading about the case are mere speculations. “Suni was the driver of a hired vehicle used at shooting locations. He used to bring junior artistes to shooting locations. He talked less and appeared to be well-behaved. It is a good thing that his real face got exposed,” Lal told media persons on Friday.

 
         Pulsar Suni, Vijeesh remanded in judicial custody    
 
 
ALUVA: Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in the attack on an actress, was on Friday, remanded to 14 days’ judicial custody. Both were later shifted to Kakkanad district jail. The application given by the police for their custody will be considered tomorrow. To a question, Suni told media persons that he was not trapped in the case and he would come back to them to talk all about it.

 
         Dumped mobile phone in water: Pulsar Suni    
 
 
KOCHI: The mobile phone used to shoot indecent pictures of an actress after kidnapping her was discarded in water, Pulsar Suni, the prime accused in the abduction case has revealed to the police. Earlier, Suni told the police that he had thrown out the mobile phone after clicking photos of the actress. He said he had thrown the phone into the canal near Vennala bypass. Though the police searched the area for phone, they could not find it. But, police are making all-out efforts to retrieve the

 
         Those with criminal tendencies on rise in cine world: CM    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has come down heavily on the cinema world against the backdrop of an actress being attacked in Angamaly recently. He said the number of people with criminal tendencies are on the rise in the film world and their activities even outclassed that of the underworld.

 
         Dileep lodges complaint with DGP    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Actor Dileep has lodged a complaint with DGP against his name being dragged into the incident in which a Kerala actress was kidnapped and harassed at Angamaly recently. In the complaint the actor has said the reports that came in social media and some newspapers against him without mentioning his name, in some cases, were part of the conspiracy against him.

 
         Moral policing victim found dead    
 
 
PALAKKAD: A youth who was manhandled by moral policing goons recently at Karunagapally was seen dead on Thursday. It was Palakkad Attapady native Aneesh who was found hanging dead from the branch of a tree near his house. On February 14, the goons had bashed up Aneesh for accompanying his girl friend.

 
         Kerala to launch sex offenders registry, first in the country    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala government will launch a registry of sex offenders, the first of its kind in the country, Governor Justice (Retd) P Sathasivam said here today. The registry will contain all identification details of sex offenders and would be kept in public domain, he said while detailing plans to check atrocities against women in the state. "It will be the first in the country," he said.

 
         Pulsar Suni’s arrest: Police win the heart of cine artistes    
 
 
KOCHI: Many artistes from the cinema world has come out to congratulate the police for adventurously arresting Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in the case related to the attack on Malayali actress. “Kudos to Kerala police. Don’t let him escape. Please don’t anyone come out, speaking up for such cruel criminal, citing Human Rights law. Such persons should not be given any political or ideological concessions. This is not the time for that,” actor Anoop Menon said.

 
         Turn Pulsar Suni, Vijeesh over to investigation officer: Court    
 
 
KOCHI: Ernakulam ACJM court has asked the police to hand over Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in the sensational actress attack case, to the investigation officer at Nedumbassery, at the earliest. He should register the arrest and present them before the trial court the next day. The court treated the incident as arrest and it was not ready to consider the defence counsel’s complaint that arrest from inside the court chamber was illegal. The court said it would consider the compla

 
         Pulsar Suni reaches court on Pulsar bike    
 
 
KOCHI: Accused in actress molestation case Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh arrived on the Ernakulam court premise on the black Pulsar bike T N 04 R 1496 (Tamil Nadu registration) They discarded the bike near a temple next to the court and jumped the wall of the court to enter its premise. Both had worn helmet while entering the court compound. The cable of the bike was found snapped and this gave room to the speculation the bike might have been stolen from somewhere.

 
         Shame on police, DGP should resign, says P T Thomas    
 
 
KOCHI: PT Thomas MLA has said that policemen entering a court room and forcefully arresting the accused in the actress molestation case is a blemish on the police force. Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh were arrested when they went to surrender in Ernakulam ACJM court. They were arrested just before they entered the magistrate’s chamber. The defence counsel had said that police had flouted rules by entering the court chamber and arresting the accused using force. Though advocates representing the ac

 
         CM hails investigation team; Opposition comes out with criticism    
 
 
KOCHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has congratulated the police investigation team for acting quickly to arrest Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in the attack against a Malayalam actress. “This is a laudable achievement of the police,” he said. When asked about Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala’s criticism of the police, the chief minister retorted, who the Opposition leader was trying to protect by criticising at the moment.

 
         Pulsar Suni, Vijeesh attempt surrender in filmi style    
 
 
KOCHI: The way Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in actress attack case, tried to surrender in the Ernakulam ACJM court and the way police outsmarted them and seized them beat cinema’s climax scenes. Police had laid the trap in almost all courts in the State as they had information about their possible surrender on Thursday. Many policemen were deployed on court premises in mufti dress.

 
         Pulsar Suni, Vijeesh nabbed from Kochi court room    
 
 
THIRUVANANHAPURAM: In a highly dramatic turn of event, Police today pulled Pulsar Suni and Vijeesh, the main accused in actress molestation case, out of an Ernakulam court room and whisked them away in their jeep.

 
         I'm not that actor, says Dileep    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Dileep has taken to the social media emotionally to clear his name in the wake of allegations against him in connection with assault on an actress in Angamaly.

 
         Commutation for jailbirds: CM criticises Governor    
 
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Regarding the controversy over commutation recommended for prisoners in Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has criticised Governor P Sathasivam. He said the report given to the media was wrong and the recommendation was for commutation of sentences. For this, the government had followed due official procedures. Regarding actress’ case, Pinarayi said the probe was proceeding in the right direction. Almost all accused have been nabbed by the police. He said he woul

 
         Assault on actress: One more nabbed from youth actor’s flat    
 
 
KOCHI: In the case related to the attack on Kerala actress in Angamaly, police have taken one more person into custody on Wednesday. The suspect, a youth, was picked up from a youth actor’s flat in Kakkanad.

 
         Will file defamation suit against BJP leader: Bineesh Kodiyeri    
 
 
KOCHI: Actor Bineesh Kodiyeri has said he will file a defamation suit against BJP State General Secretary A N Radhakrishnan for dragging his name into the incident in which an actress was assaulted in her car at Angamaly. “My name was dragged in unnecessarily,” he said. The other day A N Radhakrishnan had said that Bineesh was behind the kidnapping incident. “A Central agency should investigate his role and Kodiyeri’s response in this case is just to protect his son,” he had said.

 
 
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