news Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 05:30
    1. The details in visitors register of Attakulangara women jail has reportedly been found tampered. Some of the pages which contained Saritha Nair's visitors' details have been torn off and the time when some visited Saritha has also been corrected using a whitener. Read Asianet report.    2. At least one "Black Fever" case has been confirmed in Kerala. A vector-borne disease mainly found in states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, the diagnosis has alerted people to the danger of the disease. Read details.   3. The Times of India pre-election survey at Aruvikkara results show that the Congress could win the elections with a vote share of 40%, with the CPI(M) just behind them at 39%. The BJP is said to have a 20% vote share. Read full survey details in TOI   4. Kerala to be the first state in India to have electronics taught at government schools. In the first phase of the programme, kids will be provided with free electronic kits. Read Manoramaonline report   5. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy alleged that CPI(M) was a violent party which undermined development. The CM was hinting at the recent bomb blast in Kannur. Read details   6. Central Village development scheme has taken over the protection of Nila river in Kerala. The central government has allotted Rs. 77 crore for the mission while 25% of the expenses will have to be contributed by the State government. Read SouthLive report.  

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