Top stories from Kerala : AG's office nominated by 'abkaris', not against disbanding it, says HC judge
news Friday, July 24, 2015 - 05:30
1. Amidst allegations against the state Advocate General's office, a HC judge on Thursday said that it was not opposed to the idea of disbanding the advocate general's (AG) office and sacking all government pleaders. He also said that majority of government pleaders and AG's office have been nominated by abkaris (Liquor contracters). Read The Times of India report. 2. Children from class I to XII from different schools and various backgrounds from Koonamoochy village of Thissur district have invited Pakistani Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai to join them for Kerala's harvest festival "Onam" next month. Read ManoramaOnline report. 3. After Tamil Nadu raised security concerns over the security at the Mullaperiyar dam, Kerala Government has given nod to a police station with equipment worth Rs 85 lakh and which will have 196 personnel. This will be set up to beef up security of the Mullaperiyar dam in Kerala. 4. CPI-M protesters on Thursday evening hurled a slipper at Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and waved black flags at a public function near Thiruvananthapuram. Read details. 5. The Kerala Film Exhibitors Federation has decided to approach the Kerala High Court to ensure that those behind the leak of the censor copy of blockbuster Malayalam film "Premam" are brought to book. Read details.