CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan alleged Chief minister Oommen Chandy was backing the SNDP-BJP alliance in Kerala, alleged. Pointing out conspicuous silence of Chandy when Vellappally Natesan insulted KPCC president VM Sudheeran, Pinrayi said Chandy was only worried about his continuation in power. He said for this he is helping the BJP-RSS combine to open an account. The current political d
Thrissur: Devaswom Board has decided not to take any action against Deepa Nisanth lecturer at Sree Kerala Varma College, who objected to the beef ban. Devaswom Board authorities said that the principal's report said that Deepa Nisanth was not involved in anyway in the beef fest organised by a section of students inside the college. Teacher Deepa Nisanth had put up a FB post questioning the beef ba
Kochi: The people pf Kerala had no need to be anxious over the final draft of the Kathurirangan report, said Prakash Javadekar, union minister for forests and environment. The Centre was examining the factual report submitted by the government of Kerala. Two state were yet to submit their reports. Before the final notification, a meeting of the affected states would be convened again. On implement
T'puram: The SNDP leaders should resign from government gifted posts, demanded KPCC president VM Sudheeran. It would be better if they criticised the government after relinquishing the posts and titles they obtained from this government. They had taken several posts from the government and those with propriety were expected to vacate them, said Sudheeran. The Congress had no dual approach on the S
Kozhikode: Chief minister Oommen Chandy was backing the SNDP-BJP alliance in Kerala, alleged CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan. He pointed out that even when SNDP Yogam general secretary Vellappally Natesan insulted KPCC president VM Sudheeran, the CM did not speak up. Oommen Chandy was only worried about his continuation in power while the RSS wanted to open accounts in the state. If the UDF
New Delhi: Pakistani Ghazal singer ghulam Ali has accepted an invite to perform in Delhi as he accepted the invitation extended by the Delhi government. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “Ghulam Ali Sahib. Hum apke bahut bade fan hain. Abhi apse baat karke bahut acha laga. Thanks for agreeing to do a program in Delhi in Dec.” Two of Ghulam Ali’s scheduled concerts in Mumbai and Pune were can
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