Top stories from Kerala: Police seeks seven day custody of crew members of seized Iranian boat
news Friday, July 10, 2015 - 05:30
1. The city police has sought custody of the 12 member crew of the Iranian boat that was captured from the Alappuzha coast on Sunday. The police have appealed CJM court at Neyyattinkara for the custody of the crew for seven days. Read a Manoramaonline report. 2. A man killed a class 3 student by slitting his throat in Kanhangad, Kasaragod district, on Thursday. Police said that the accused is mentally ill. The victim, eight-year-old Mohammed Fayad was an Endosulphan victim. Read a International Business Times report. 3. Bar scam case: A special court told the vigilance department to produce all records related to a scandal linked to Kerala Finance Minister KM Mani apparently to close the case. Read details. 4. An all-party meeting in Thiruvananthapuram discussed the issue of extending online voting facility to Kerala expatriates. The meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, however, ruled out proxy voting as no political party was supportive of the idea. Read details. 5. The "Premam" movie piracy row is becoming a full-fledged mystery after its director Alphonse Puthren was being questioned by the Anti-Piracy cell for almost 8 hours on Thursday. Read The News Minute report.