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Last Updated Tuesday July 21 2020 08:45 AM IST

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Hartal A photographer's camera was destroyed by hartal supporters in Kochi | Photo: E.V.Sreekumar / Onmanorama

» BJP called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal in Kerala Thursday, to protest the murder of party worker Ramith in Kannur's Pinarayi.

» 3 DYFI activists were hacked by alleged RSS workers in Palakkad

» Capital city was tense for a brief period as BJP supporters took out a march to secretariat

» Hartal supporters forcibly close down shops including medical stores in Thiruvananthapuram.

» BJP march turns violent in Thrissur; hartal supporters attack journalists; a bike-borne gang demolishes statue of CPI leader Azhikodan Raghavan in the center of the city

» Uneasy calm in Kannur where Remith was hacked to death

» Vehicles, except two-wheelers, remain off-road across state

» BJP supporters block vehicles in Kochi

» BJP's Kottayam district committee office pelted with stones; glass shattered

» BJP workers hurl stones on cops in Pala, Kottayam; cops resort to lathicharge

BJP hartal BJP workers try to remove a police barricade during party's secretariat march on hartal day in Thiruvananthapuram: Photo: ANI via Twitter

» BJP workers demolish labor office in Thodupuzha; an RSS worker was arrested by the police. RSS-BJP workers picketed police station demanding his release

» BJP activists and police clash in Kanjiramattom

» Wedding party's vehicle blocked by hartal supporters at Thamarassery in Kozhikode

» Stones pelted at a tourist bus at Kuzhalmannam, Palakkad; a poultry shop was attacked in Alathur

» BJP worker's shop set on fire in Kozhikode

» Isolated incidents of violence reported in Alappuzha district; a shop was pelted with stones at Pattanakkad

» Anti-hartal activists seen helping stranded passengers in Kozhikode and some other parts of the state

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