KERALA

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CAP to recommence today

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) for admission to various medical courses would recommence on Wednesday at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode. Wednesday's counselling would be for those with ranks 3401 to 5400 and would start at 8.45 a.m. - Staff Reporter

Call to repeal `no

work no pay' rule

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Government Employees Union has condemned the Government decision to reintroduce the `no work no pay' rule in the State. At a committee meeting convened in the city, the union leader Pankajakshan Nair urged the Government to repeal the `outdated' law at the earliest. Shooranad Chandrasekharan, secretary, presented the report. State office-bearers M. Mohan Pillai, A.A. Basheer and P.S. Benny also spoke. - Staff Reporter

Special Court shifted

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The court of the Vigilance Enquiry Commissioner & Special Judge has shifted from Nalumukku Junction in Pettah here to a new building located on the Pallimukku-Kannammoola Road, near the Pettah Post Office. - Special Correspondent

AIDSO charge

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The All India Democratic Students' Organisation has accused the Students Federation of India (SFI) of cheating the students by withdrawing from the agitation. AIDSO State president M.Shajir Khan said in a statement that the SFI has called off the agitation without the Government accepting any of its demands. AIDSO would continue with the agitation, he said. - Staff Reporter

Ranklist

The Rank Holders Association has urged the Government to extend the validity of the PSC ranklist for the recruitment of constables in Kerala Armed Police. Association leader A.V.Raju said in a statement that 350 candidates in Ernakulam are unlikely to be recruited since the validity would expire within the next fortnight. - Staff Reporter

Entrance test

The entrance test for admission to the three-year and five-year LLB courses being conducted by the Kerala Law Academy Law College will be held at LBS Institute of Technology for Women on July 10. The applicants who have not got hall ticket till Wednesday should contact the LBS Centre or `2324396,' the director said on Tuesday. - Staff Reporter

Plea to PSC

The Thiruvananthapuram Jilla Upabhokthru Samithi has demanded the Public Service Commission to repeal the decision to make interview compulsory for all posts. This would lead to corruption and undeserving candidates would also figure in the ranklist, a samithi meeting held here on Tuesday said. - Staff Reporter

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