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Kerala News Highlights : Police uses water cannons against Mahila Congress March in Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala News Highlights  : Police uses water cannons against Mahila Congress March in Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala news live 29 january 2024 major highlights developments rkn
First Published Jan 29, 2024, 8:14 AM IST

5:03 pm: Young man died after being injured in an attack in Alappuzha

A young man died after being injured in an attack following a temple festival in Alappuzha. The deceased has been identified as Nandu. The attack took place following a clash during the Otpana Kururtur temple festival. Nandu Sivanand was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Ernakulam. Police have arrested five people including DYFI worker Jagat in the case. The first accused in the case is DYFI Thotapally regional president Jagat Suryan

4:19 pm: 10th-class girl commits suicide in Kasaragod

A 10th-class girl committed suicide after being threatened by her boyfriend in Kasaragod. The police have arrested two people in the incident. The father told Asianet News that his daughter committed suicide due to constant threats from the accused Anwar.

3:57 pm: CMFRI to research on producing fish mear using cellular biology method in Kochi

The Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) is gearing up for research on growing fish meat in the laboratory through cell culture. In the first phase, research is being done on marine fishes like seer fish (Neymeen) and Pomfret (Avoli), which have high market value. This is the first time such research has been conducted in India. The Cell-based farmed fish meat involves isolating specialized cells from fish and growing them in a laboratory environment. 

3:27 pm: Cyclist dies after being hit by KSRTC Bus

A cyclist died after being hit by a KSRTC bus in Kochi. Baby, a native of Perumbavoor, died while undergoing treatment. The accident happened yesterday afternoon.

2:13 pm: Police uses water cannons against Mahila Congress March

The police had used water cannons towards the Mahila Congress march at Thiruvananthapuram today. MP JB Mehtar was injured in the assembly march. The Mahila Congress workers marched in protest against the price hike.

1:36 pm: Legislative Assembly session to end on February 15

The Legislative Assembly has announced an early conclusion to the ongoing session, which will now adjourn on February 15th. Notably, the state budget presentation is slated for the 5th of February, followed by discussions on budgetary matters from the 12th to the 15th. 

12:45 pm: Fire breaks out after gas cylinder explosion in Idukki

A massive fire broke out after a gas cylinder exploded in Idukki. Santhosh and his wife Sreeja, who live on rent in the house were seriously injured. The incident happened around 4:30 am. The accident happened while replacing the new cylinder in the morning. The cylinder's washer was slipped and gas was leaking. The fire was extinguished by the locals and the fire force. 

12:14 pm: CM Pinarayi Vijayan's gunman will not present for questioning today

The Chief Minister's gunman and personal security officer will not be present for questioning today in the case of Youth Congress workers being surrounded and beaten up in Alappuzha during their Nava Kerala Sadas yatra. Gunman Anil Kumar and security officer S. Sandeep were given a notice to appear at Alappuzha South Station at 10 am today. They informed Alappuzha police that they were on holiday today.

12:06 pm: Central govt orders state govt to provide CRPF security for Raj Bhavan, Governor

The central government has handed over the order to the state to depute the CRPF for the security of the Raj Bhavan and the Governor. The order of the Ministry of Home Affairs only states that the CRPF has been appointed as part of providing security to ISD Plus. With this, the security of Raj Bhavan will involve the police and CRPS.

11:13 am: Printing of driving licenses, RC books stopped in state due to financial crisis

Thiruvananthapuram: The printing of driving licenses and RC books has stopped in the state due to the financial crisis. Many people in the state are getting their licenses despite passing the test. 

11:07 am: Kadambur Higher Secondary school teacher acquitted in false POCSO case in Kannur

Kannur: The teacher who was suspended following a false POCSO complaint at Kannur Kadampur Higher Secondary School has finally received justice. The Division Bench of the High Court has issued an order for the reinstatement of teacher PG Sudhi. The police investigation concluded that the allegations of sexual harassment against the teacher were fabricated, leading to the registration of a case against the individuals who conspired to file the false complaint.

10:31 am: Clash breaks out during music festival in Malappuram

The clash broke out during a music festival in Malappuram. The clash took place at the Perinthalmanna Expo Ground last night. The event was stopped due to overcrowding, which led to the conflict. The event was stopped due to overcrowding, which led to the conflict. When the demand for a refund was not given, the people became violent. The Perinthalmanna police registered a case against 20 people who were known to have committed the violence. 

10:00 am: Mother abandoned 2-month-old baby in Palakkad

A mother handed over a 2-month-old child to a lottery seller and abandoned her in Palakkad. The baby was taken by the police and shifted to Malambuzha Anand Bhavan. It is reported that the baby belongs to the natives of Assam.

9:27 am: Revenue department files case against Mathew Kuzhalnadan on land encroachment

The revenue department has registered a case against Mathew Kuzhalnadan for land encroachment. A case has been filed under the Land Conservation Act for holding 50 cents more land than the original amount. 

9:01 am: Man commits suicide by putting him on fire in Pathanamthitta

A young man committed suicide by putting him on fire in his wife's home in Pathanamthitta. The deceased has been identified as Hashim (39), a native of Changanassery. The police have started an investigation

8:32 am:  Muslim League to protest against price hike of Hajj ticket from Karipur Airport

The Muslim League decided to protest against the rise in Hajj pilgrimage ticket fares through Karipur Airport. PMA Salam, the state general secretary of the Muslim League, has urged both the central and Kerala governments to address the hike in fares. Salam demanded that Air India lower its prices to match those of Saudi Airlines, and if they refuse, they should consider re-tendering the contract.

8:16 am: Debate on motion of thanks to begin in Assembly today

The debate on the motion of thanks for the policy announcement speech will begin in the Assembly today amid the governor-government war. The ruling party will be tough against the governor, who hesitated to state the policy.

8:12 am: Kozhikode Special Court to hear petition on screening of documentary on Koodathayi case in Netflix

Kozhikode Special Additional Sessions Court will hear a plea seeking to stop the screening of the docu-series 'Curry and Cynaide 'on Netflix based on the Koodathai serial killing case. The second defendant in the case, MS Mathew, approached the court, alleging that it was a defamatory documentary

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