Monday, June 27, 2011

Technopark companies promising employment and collecting money

Technopark has set up a helpline to check the credentials of companies advertising for jobs in the media. There had been complaints of companies conducting job interviews promising employment in Technopark and collecting money. Candidates may contact Abhilash D.S., Officer (human resource and administration), Park Centre, Technopark, on 0471-2700 222 to verify the authenticity of company advertising for jobs.

Strike against fuel price hike

Voicing protest:Activists of the Democratic Youth Federation of India staging a demonstration in front of the Head Post Office in Kozhikode city on Monday in protest against the increase in prices of diesel and LPG.

Gold jewellery and electronic equipment - Burglaries - THRISSUR

Gold jewellery and electronic equipment were reported missing from two houses in Kecheri and Chavakkad on Monday.
A computer, watches and electronic equipment were reported missing from the residence of Kamaruddin in Kecheri. The doors of the house were found broken open. He is employed in the Gulf. And his wife was on a visit to her parents' home.
Gold weighing three sovereigns reportedly went missing from the residence of Suresh of Kecheri.

Investigations into all recent corruption scandals

Investigations into all recent corruption scandals in the country have a pattern. The UPA denies the charges when the scandal is uncovered and orders an investigation as protests mount. The Centre appoints a committee for inquiry and later denies its findings. Delay tactics are employed at every phase of investigation. During the process, most of the important documents related to the scandals go missing. The whole episode reveals the fact that corruption is perpetrated with the full knowledge of the Prime Minister,

Fake passport from sex-racket team

Sauda Bevi, 46, of Kulashekharapathi here, first accused in a sex-racket case in which women were allegedly taken to West Asian nations and exploited, had managed to obtain a fake passport in 1995 by furnishing false documents and address proof, V. Ajith, Assistant Commissioner of Police, who heads the special investigation team, said here on Monday.
He said the address given was of Kalluvila Veedu in the Pallickal police station limits in Thiruvananthapuram. The team would investigate this case too.

Police to fire teargas shells to disperse the angry mob at KOTTAYAM

The march taken out by the Students' Federation of India (SFI) activists in the town on Monday turned violent. The police had to fire teargas shells to disperse the angry mob. At least six police personnel and five SFI activists were injured in the melee. The march taken out to protest against the police action against SFI activists in Thiruvananthapuram turned violent when it reached the collectorate gates where the police had put in extra security measures. The agitating students tried to jump over the barricades and the police resorted to lathi charging to disperse them.

Police resorted to lathi charge - 31 injured as students

A protest march taken out to the district collectorate here by the Students Federation of India (SFI) on Monday, demanding that the issues in the self-financing education sector be settled, turned aggressive after the police resorted to lathi charge. Both students and police personnel were injured in the violence that ensued.
Police said that they began to cane the students to disperse them only after the students started throwing stones at the police and attacked them with sticks. Five police officials, including two Circle Inspectors, and 26 students, two of them seriously, were injured.

Civil society leaders Swami Agnivesh and Arvind Kejriwal will lead a one-day fast

Civil society leaders Swami Agnivesh and Arvind Kejriwal will lead a one-day fast here on June 29 to mobilise support for their campaign against corruption.
The will also participate in a discussion on the Jan Lokpal at a function being held at the Chamber Hall here in connection with the fast from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The programme is being organised under the aegis of the Kerala Against Corruption movement with the support of the North Malabar Chamber of Commerce (NMCC), organisers said at a press conference here on Monday.