news Tuesday, June 23, 2015 - 05:30
    1. After 2 decades, Gowri Amma canvased votes for the CPI(M) in Kerala. Gowri Amma visited Aruvikkara constituency to seek votes for CPI(M) and said in her speech that she did not keep a distance from the party for 20 years. Read Times of India report.   2. In Aruvikkara, UDF is building sympathy by bringing in slain RMP leader TP Chandrashkharan's wife KK Rema to canvas votes. As the party is sure that Rema will campaign against CPI(M), and specially against VS Achuthnanthan, she is likely to tour the constituency on Wednesday. Read The New Indian Express report   3. Deposits of non-residents (NRs) in Kerala banks have crossed Rs 1 lakh crore. NR deposits in Kerala banks have been growing over the years. Read full report in Economic Times   4. Kerala bar bribe case: Vigilance Director Vincent M Paul sought legal advice from Attorney General of India over legal challenges to the department. Allegations have been raised that Attorney General has a good relationship with Jaitley and KM Mani and that the AG would favour Mani. Read Madhyamam report.   5. Kerala's woman self-help group Kudumbashree is stepping into the higher education sector by setting up a community college in the state. The project will be implemented in cooperation with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Read full report in IBN Live