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by OJ George

End violence, ensure peace in Kerala
Every day parts of Kerala come under the ambit of hartal of one sort or the other arising from mutual attack by alleged supporters of the CPM and the BJP. It seems Congress also chips in wherever possible.

For God's sake, end this violence and holding of hartals. Give peace to the people.

There is a limit to everything. Now it is nothing bu
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Not a single taint for his govt, says Modi
First, the PM said that "no one in the world questioned India's surgical strikes" on terror camps in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir except "of course the target of the strikes". The PM kept up the momentum and quickly followed the surgical strikes comment by referring to the recent case of Uzma Ahmed, an Indian national who was misled into going to P
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Kerala
Cargo ship collision: 3 fishermen lose their lives
Three fishermen were killed on Sunday after a cargo ship collided with a fishing boat, off Coch
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• Hartal in Ernakulam district on Tuesday
• P.P.Mukundan gets recognition from RSS
• BJP hartal in Kottayam district commences
 
National
Not a single taint for his govt, says Modi
First, the PM said that "no one in the world questioned India's surgical strikes" on terror cam
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• Dedicated satellite for defence forces launched
• Namma Metro further stretch opend
• PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Kochi Metro services
 
 
Election
Merger talks panel dissolved
AIADMK (Puratchi Thalaivi Amma) camp leader O Panneerselvam on Sunday announced dissolvin
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• Presidential election on July 17
• Pranab Mukherjee not in the race
• Emmanuel Macron elected youngest President of France
 
Cinema
Budding actress found dead
Kritika Choudhury, a budding actress, was found dead in her apartment in Mumbai's Andheri subu
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• Mohanlal's Villain
• Vinod Khanna no more
• Madras HC scraps couple's claim of Dhanush as being their son
 
 
Crime
Jail sentence for Lionel Messi confirmed
Spain's Supreme Court on Wednesday confirmed a 21-month jail sentence and 2.09-million-euro ($2
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• Pak cannot execute Kulbhushan Yadav as World Court stays it
• Black money entering and exiting India hugely
• Suspicious accidents of accused in murder of guard at Jayalalithaa's bungalow
 
Sports
India trounce South Africa to enter Champions semi-final
India trounced South Africa by eight wickets to march into the semi-finals of the ICC Champion
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• India beat Pakistan by 124 runs
• No cricket between India and Pakistan, says Sports Minister
• Champions Trophy gain by India
 
 
Namma Metro further stretch opend
Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday inaugurated the long-awaited Metro connection between Malleswaram and Yelachenahalli via Jayanagar. The Namma Metro’s Sampige Road-Yelachenahalli stretch, which connects south Bengaluru with other parts of the city was
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Budding actress found dead
Kritika Choudhury, a budding actress, was found dead in her apartment in Mumbai's Andheri suburb on Monday. Her decomposing body was discovered after neighbours complained of a stench from her home. The 27-year-old, who had a bit part in the 201
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Merger talks panel dissolved
AIADMK (Puratchi Thalaivi Amma) camp leader O Panneerselvam on Sunday announced dissolving a seven-member panel set up to hold merger talks with the Amma faction led by chief minister K Palaniswami. The former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister made
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India beat Pakistan by 124 runs
India comfortably beat Pakistan by 124 runs (DLS method) over in their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Group B contest in Edgbaston in Birmingham on Sunday. India scored 319 for 3 in their rain-disrupted 48 overs and then dismissed Pakistan to 164 off
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