Mani was referring to an agitation at a Munnar tea estate in 2015, when women workers got together under the banner of Pombilai Orumai and organised a campaign to get their wages hiked.
“Ours is a country where rule of law exists (and) courts are there to legally examine actions taken by the government,” Vijayan said. “We will take all legal steps after getting the order.’’
Mani was referring to an agitation at a Munnar tea estate in 2015, when women workers under the banner of Pombilai Orumai conducted a campaign to get their wages hiked.
Sources said Ashfak Majeed Kallukettiya Purayil, who is believed to be living in Nangarhar along with his wife and child, has sent a Telegram instant message to social activist
Vijayan convened a meeting to issue fresh guidelines for demolition, which in effect flagged down the drive.
With the grave ready on the premises of his house, Konur was firm he would not lead a life with the helping hand of another person.
Rajendran said that he did not want to take credit for settling indefinite hunger strike of Jishnu’s mother.
Police sources said Raja’s detailed questioning with help of a psychiatrist revealed the neglect story.
Murshid was among the 25 from Kerala who are believed to have left the country to live in Islamic State-controlled territory in Afghanistan’s war-torn Nangarhar district.
Police said Konur left a suicide note which stated that no one was responsible for his death.
Cadell Jeanson Raja, 30, claimed that he was experimenting with astral projection, commonly known as out-of-body experience.
On Tuesday, after getting bail, Shajahan said Vijayan had acted with “rancour” against him.
The participants spent about 35 minutes under the ocean and vowed their support for the protection of marine ecosystem.
The deceased have been identified as retired professor Raja Thankam, his wife Dr Jean Padma, their daughter Caroline and a relative Lathika
Prannoy’s family has been seeking justice for their son ever since he was found dead in his hostel room in January
Seven of those arrested are minors, and studied at the same school as the victim - A Ananthu, who was allegedly beaten to death near a temple on Wednesday night.
At Paruvur in Ernakulam district, a beer and wine parlour, which lost licence after the new regulation came into effect, has constructed a zigzag passage within an enclosed piece of land.
Mangalam scribes are also facing the heat of the standoff between advocates and journalists as none from Thiruvananthapu-ram Bar appeared for the duo on Tuesday night.
The five were denied bail after the prosecution argued that they might foment violence.
Kerala police chief Loknath Behera said a special team had been formed to trace three men accused of abetting Prannoy’s suicide.
Engineering student Jishnu Prannoy was found dead in hostel room in January
By-election in the Muslim-dominated constituency will be held on April 12 following the death of the local MP, Indian Union Muslim League’s (IUML) E Ahamed, who had won by 1.94 lakh votes in 2014.
Kumar was booked along with Mangalam TV chairman Sajan Varghese and seven other journalists last week.
The woman has been booked under relevant sections of POCSO Act.
The Supreme Court order stipulating no liquor vends within 500 metres of a highway could hit Mahe’s liquor shops that dot the sides of National Highway 17.
Jacob Thomas, a 1985-batch IPS officer, was appointed VACB director soon after the LDF came to power.
Addressing a camp for journalism students organised by the State Youth Welfare Board on Monday, Hassan said that during the menstruation period, women should not go to temples and stay put at home.
The CPM has turned against the sub-collector after the ban on construction included houses of common people.
The eight-minute-long clip was telecast on Sunday morning by Mangalam TV, a private channel that was launched on Saturday night by the Kottayam-based Mangalam publications.
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BJP leader M T Ramesh also accused the LDF government of trying to “help criminals”.
Last year, Kerala had become the first state to introduce a policy aimed at bringing transgenders to the mainstream.
Police sources said the prime concern was to prevent outbreak of violence.
Jishnu was found dead on the campus of the Thrissur-based college two months ago.
Police arrested the grandfather who had allegedly sexually abused the girl the past one year.
The accused allegedly tortured the girl when she resisted her sexual advances.
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