Newly-married Woman Found Dead in House

Published: 07th November 2014 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th November 2014 06:11 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : A newly-married woman was found dead at the house of her husband in Chirayinkeezhu on Wednesday. The deceased was identified as Karthika, 22, of Pournami House, Azhoor.  Her husband Shine told the police that she had some ailments and was found dead. The parents of the girl have lodged a complaint with the police alleging suspicion in the death. The couple were married for ten months. 

Youth Found Hanging

A youth was found hanging from the branch of a jackfruit tree on the premises of his house at Vattappara. The deceased was identified as Surendran, 32, of Meleputhenveedu, Ozhivupara. He was a daily wager and was unmarried. The Vattappara Police said that he was an alcoholic and the provocation was unknown.

Mini Lorry Runs over Old Woman

An aged woman was run over by a mini lorry near Vellarada on Thursday. The deceased was identified as Gouri, 75, of Roadarikathu Veedu, Erumodu. The accident occurred when the parked vehicle was suddenly taken to the road, the police said. The Aryanad Police have registered a case against the driver.

Two Held for Selling Pirated Discs

The Anti-Piracy Cell of the state police held two persons for the sale of pirated discs. The arrested were Balraj, hailing from Sivakasi, who sold pirated discs at Kilimanoor market, and a person nick-named ‘Pangode Lookman’ who sold discs at the Kadakkal market. 1,000 and 1,200 discs were seized from them respectively. The discs included new flicks like ‘Vikramadityan’, ‘Munnariyippu’, ‘Appothikiri’, ‘Avatharam’, ‘Koothara’ and ‘Kathi’. The arrest followed a tip-off to cell SP B Varghese.

 DySP S Sanalkumar, detective inspector D K Prithwiraj, ASIs Aseem and Manikandan, CPOs Sharby and Shan and officials of the Kilimanoor and Kadakkal police stations were part of the team that carried out the arrests.


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