news Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 05:30
  1. Kerala Tourism Minister AP Anilkumar denied allegations by animal activists that the state government had decided to cull stray dogs. He said the allegations are baseless. Read details.  2. The anti-piracy cell of the Kerala Police on Monday arrested three staff members of the Censor Board in connection with the piracy of recent Malayalam blockbuster "Premam". Read TNM report.  3. The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) wrote to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to lift the ban on former Indian pace bowler S Sreesanth as he was exonerated. Read details.  4. The accused in the Alappuzha toddy shop murder case was brought to Kerala from Assam to collect evidence. The Assam native, Akash Deepak, is the accused in the case related to the murder of a toddy shop cook Ramachandran (Ambi). Read ManoramaOnline story.  5. High Court judge's criticism on government pleaders and Advocate General's office has been condemned by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The CM said that it is the government's duty to protect its pleaders. Rean ManoramaOnline report.
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