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Kerala News Highlights: Kandala Bank fraud case: ED issues notice to Bhasurangan to appear for questioning

Kerala News Highlights: Kandala Bank fraud case: ED issues notice to Bhasurangan to appear for questioning

Kerala News live 16 november 2023 major highlights developments anr
First Published Nov 16, 2023, 7:46 AM IST

4:27 PM: Set back for Kerala government: High Court freezes government order to refund the differently-abled person's welfare pension 

The High Court has halted the implementation of a government directive to reimburse the welfare pension received by RS Manidasan from Kollam for the last 12 years. In response to a petition by Manidas and his mother, Justice Devan Ramachandran's bench issued an order, instructing the production of documents related to the pension recovery.

4:15 PM: Husband commits suicide after killing wife in Alappuzha

A husband committed suicide after stabbing his wife in Alappuzha. The deceased was identified as Sreejith, a native of Mulakuzha. He was admitted to Kottayam Medical College.The police said that the reason for the attack was a family dispute. 

2:20 PM: Kandala Bank fraud case: ED issues notice to Bhasurangan to appear for questioning

The Enforcement Directorate issued notice to the former president of Kandala Bank, N. Bhasurangan to appear for questioning in connection with the Kandala Bank fraud case. He is instructed to appear at the Kochi office tomorrow.

2:01 PM: Police to seek legal advice against Suresh Gopi over misconduct case

The police will seek legal advice in the case against Suresh Gopi for misbehaving with a journalist. The police have decided to submit the charge sheet soon after taking statements from the witnesses in the case

1:30 PM: Excise inspector stabbed in Thiruvalla

The excise officer, who went to arrest a accused related cannabis case, was stabbed in Thiruvalla. Biju Varghese (43) has sought treatment at a private medical college in Thiruvalla. The accused Shibu (28) is in police custody

12.30 PM: Yemen's SC rejected Nimisha Priya's plea against death sentence: Centre tells Delhi HC

12.15 PM: Man commits suicide after hacking wife in Chengannur

A man committed suicide after attacking his wife in Chengannur's Mulakuzha. The deceased is Kizhakke Parambil Sreejith. His wife, Jayasree was hacked by him. She was admitted to Kottayam Medical College. The police said that it was a family dispute.

11:50 AM: Kerala to receive heavy rainfall for the next 5 days

The India Meteorological Department has said there is a possibility of rain with thunder and lightning in the state for the next five days. The severe depression over the central West Bay of Bengal has intensified into a very severe depression. The IMD also said that another cyclone is located over northern Sri Lanka. 

11:22 PM: School teacher arrested for flashing inside KSRTC bus in Kozhikode

The teacher was arrested for flashing at a co-woman passenger inside the KSRTC bus in Kozhikode. The Thamarassery police arrested Shanavas native of Kozhikode. The case was registered under the POCSO section. He is a teacher at a higher secondary school . 

11:07 AM: Two teachers suspended after clash during a Kozhikode school teacher staff meeting

The two teachers have been suspended after the clash during a teacher's meeting. The school principal, Suprina, and Suprina's husband, MP Shaji, have been suspended. The five teachers of Eravannoor AUP School filed a complaint of assault against Shaji.

10.30 AM: Mahila Congress leader's husband accused of extorting money from Aluva child's family

The family of the child who was killed in Aluva complained that money was extorted from them by a Mahila Congress leader's husband. In the complaint, it is alleged that a person named Muneer extorted Rs 1,20,000. The child's father said that when he said that he would file a complaint, Muneer returned Rs 70,000 and did not pay the rest.

9:51 AM: Three youths arrested with ganja in Thrissur

The Thrissur excise range team arrested three youths with 4 kg of ganja on Wednesday. Vaishakh (21) and Ashish (22) were the first to be arrested with 1.250 kg of ganja on the bike from Marathakkara, Thrissur, based on a tip-off received by the Excise Commissioner's central squad.  Range Inspector Muhammad Ashraf, Commissioner Squad Inspector Harish C.U., and the team arrested the youth with ganja.

9:37 AM: Kozhikode collector receives threatening message from Maoists

Kozhikode collector Snehil Kumar Singh received a threatening letter message from  Maoists. The content of the letter is that Kozhikode will be blown up like Kochi if the police hunt continues. Collector handed over the letter to the Special Branch.

9:04 AM: Robbery takes place at Koothattukulam Temple

The robbery took place at the Koothattukulam Mahadeva temple under the Travancore Devaswom Board. The robbery took place by breaking the door. The Koothattukulam police has started an investigation

8:43 AM: Sabarimala Ayyappa temple will open today for devotees

The Sabarimala Ayyappa temple will open today for devotees. The Travancore Devaswom Board president P S Prashant said that all arrangements were completed in Pampa and Sannidhanam.  The bookings will be done through virtual bookings.

8.09 AM: Seven-member Kannur gang arrested in Kochi for kidnapping, robbing alleged gold smuggler 

A seven-member gang was arrested by the Nedumbassery police for allegedly kidnapping and robbing a person on Wednesday. The arrested persons have been identified as Shaheed (24), Swaralal (36), Anees (34), Suji (33), Rajilraj (30), Srikanth (32), Savad (23), all natives of Kannur. They kidnapped a Guruvayur native Niyas who landed at Nedumbassery airport and robbed him of three pieces of 'smuggled' gold in the form of capsules.

7.46 AM: Kerala likely to receive rainfall for next few days over cyclonic formation in Bay of Bengal

The IMD has predicted that rain will continue in the state for the next few days. It is clear that the possibility of rain will continue with the formation of a new cyclonic vortex while there is a possibility of extreme low pressure in the Bay of Bengal. South Kerala and Central Kerala are likely to experience more rain. There is no chance of heavy rain in North Kerala. However, for the next five days, not even a yellow alert was announced in any district in the state.

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