Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government appoints a one-person
commission of inquiry headed by a retired judge of the
Madras high court to probe into the violence in Tuticorin
in which 10 people were killed.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government extends a
helping hand to the family of nurse Lini Puthussery, who
died after contracting Nipah from her patients, by
promising to give her husband a government and Rs 10 lakh
to each of thei two children.
MDS10 TN-TUTICORIN-MAN KILLED
Tuticorin: A man dies in fresh police firing on
anti-Sterlite plant agitators, while some others were
injured in a clash with security personnel here, a day
after 10 people were killed in police action,
Bengaluru: H D Kumaraswamy is sworn in as the Karnataka
chief minister who heads the JD(S)-Congress coalition
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Governor P Sathasivam appeals
to people of the state not to panic over rumours on the
spread of Nipah virus, which has so far claimed 10 lives
in Kozhikode and Mallapuram districts.
Chennai: The Madurai bench of the Madras high court
stays the expansion of Sterlite copper smelter plant in
Tuticorin district, amid an ongoing agitation seeking the
closure of the plant.
LGM2 KL-HC-POLITICAL KILLINGS
Kochi: The Kerala high court dismissed a plea seeking a
CBI probe into seven cases of alleged political killings
of RSS-BJP activists that took place after the CPI(M)-led
dispensation came to power in the state last year.
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