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Tourist visa-holders told to leave Oman

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Department for Non-Resident Keralites' Affairs (NoRKA) has asked Keralites in the Sultanate of Oman who did not have adequate documents to get in touch with the Indian Embassy in Muscat immediately for returning to Kerala. This follows the directive issued by the Oman police asking all those on tourist visa, including tourists, relatives and friends and express visa holders with or without sponsors, to leave the country by August 19. — Special Correspondent

Emergency assistance announced

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Revenue Minister K.M. Mani has directed the District Collector of Kozhikode to give an emergency assistance of Rs.25,000 each to the families of the two children who died when a tree fell on the roof of the Government LPS at Panangad in Balussery. He also asked the Collector to provide assistance to four of the 13 injured in the accident whose condition was serious. An assistance of Rs 25,000 each is to be given to the families of two children who died in accident in Palakkad district and Rs.50,000 to the family of Manjula of Udumbanchola in Idukki who died when a tree fell on her. - Special Correspondent

Government fee at Pariyaram college

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE) has clarified that students securing admission to the government seats in the B.Pharm. course of the Pariyaram Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, need pay as tuition fees Rs.6,490. In self-financing pharmacy colleges, the fee has been fixed as Rs.35,000. At the time of allotment of seats in the pharmacy college under the Government, a sum of Rs.9,090, should be remitted towards caution deposit and other such fees. However, candidates under the SC/ST/OEC categories need pay only the caution deposit of Rs.400. . — Staff Reporter

Revaluation results

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Telemedicine facility inaugurated

PATHANAMTHTTA: Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy inaugurated the modern telemedicine facility at the Cardio-Vascular Centre attached to the St Gregorios Mission Hospital in Parunmala as the President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, had to cancel his scheduled trip to Parumala owing to bad weather this afternoon. The Catholicos of the East, Moran Mor Baselius Mar Thoma Mathews-II, presided over the inaugural function, .— Staff Reporter

28 houses damaged

PATHANAMTHITTA: Not less than 28 houses were damaged in the strong westerly winds that lashed the villages of Peringara and Nedumpram in Thiruvalla taluk around 2.30 on Friday afternoon.

Thiruvalla Revenue Divisional Officer N. Govindan Namboodiri and the Tahsildar P.S.Basheer visited the affected areas.— Staff Reporter

Family get-together

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The T.K.M. College of Engineering Alumni Global Association will organise a family get-together at the Jaladarsini Lake Resort, near Thevally Bridge, Kollam at 5 p.m. on August 6. General secretary of the Association Jameskutty Thomas (phone: 9847195013) has urged members to attend the function. — Special Correspondent

The revaluation results of Higher Secondary examination (2005) are currently available at www.nic.kerala.in, www.kerala.gov.in, www.prd.kerala.gov.in, www.keralaeducation.org and www.dhsekerala.org. — Staff Reporter

Tele-medical facility inaugurated

PATHANAMTHTTA: Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy inaugurated the modern tele-medical facility at the Cardio-Vascular Centre attached to the St Gregorios Mission Hospital in Parunmala as the President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, had to cancel his scheduled trip to Parumala owing to bad weather this afternoon. The Catholicos of the East, Moran Mor Baselius Mar Thoma Mathews-II, presided over the inaugural function, The Catholicos designate, Thomas Mar Themotheos and the centre chairman, Dr K.M.Cherian also spoke. Mr Chandy said that the President had assured that he would visit Parumala soon.— Staff Reporter

28 houses damaged

PATHANAMTHITTA: Not less than 28 houses were damaged in the strong westerly winds that lashed the villages of Peringara and Nedumpram in Thiruvalla taluk around 2.30 on Friday afternoon.

Thiruvalla Revenue Divisional Officer N. Govindan Namboodiri and the Tahsildar P.S.Basheer visited the affected areas.— Staff Reporter

Medical camp on July 31

KOZHIKODE: The Calicut South Rotary and West Mankave Ayalpakka Vedi will conduct a medical camp near the West Mankave Madrassa on July 31 to create awareness on infectious diseases. Preventive medicines to contain the infections will be distributed free on the occasion. Mayor Thottathil Raveendran will inaugurate the camp. — Staff Reporter

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