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Make VS witness in TP murder: Rema

Rema to lead RMP State agitation

KOZHIKODE: RMP will hold agitation under the leadership of slain leader TP Chandrasekharan Nair's wife K K Rema, demanding implementation of second land reformation act, cancellation of ordinance on land acquisition and stalling of privatisation of ... Kaumudi, 3 hours ago
Make VS witness in TP murder: Rema Kaumudi, 1 week ago

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Chandy dismisses Kodiyeri's charges

Comment · print · T T T+· T- : Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has termed baseless CPI(M) State unit secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan's charge that the government is on the path of vendetta against his party leaders in the name of T.P.
 The Hindu1 week ago
Times of India

We needed police help to shoot at TP's home

For Devi Ajith, working for Moidu Thazhathu's T P 51, the film on the slain party leader T P Chandrasekharan, has been an emotional experience, not just a film shoot. "I play Rema, T P's wife in the film. When I was first offered this role, I did ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Police protection for T P murder case convict

KOZHIKODE: It has been decided to give police protection to T P Chandrasekharan murder case convict K C Ramachandran, who is out on parole. The decision came following Special branch report that he could be attacked during his parole period. Thus he ...
 Kaumudi2 months ago
Eurasia Review

Nepal: Political Parties Not Sincere In Adhering To Deadline Analysis

By SAAG By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan There appears to be no seriousness on the part of Nepal's political leaders to expedite the constitution drafting process. Though the deadline of January 22 was a self-imposed one, it was one date on ...
 Eurasia Review2 months ago

Remembering an Anti-Liquor Campaign

In 1982, 77 people lost their lives, 63 people lost their sight and 15 got crippled for life in the Vypeen hooch tragedy. It was an Onam day, when tragedy struck the island after many of its residents consumed liquor to pep up the festive spirit.
 New Indian Express1 day ago They Fought for Anti-liquor Policy  New Indian Express2 days ago
The Week

Vintage rebel

He was 40, and had 30-odd comrades with him, when V.S. Achuthanandan walked out of the national council of the Communist Party of India in April 1964, to form the Communist Party of India (Marxist). On February 21, when he walked out of the state ...
 The Week2 days ago

Ball in VS's court: Kodiyeri

Comment · print · T T T+· T- ALL SMILES:CPI(M) State unit secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan holding a filigreed parasol presented to him by the Thiruvananthapuram Press Club on the occasion of a meet-the-press organised by the club on ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

'Steps on to Slap KAAPA on Nisham'

THRISSUR:Thrissur District Collector M S Jaya told Express that she had received a recommendation from the district police administration to invoke Kerala Anti-social Activities (Prevention) Act (KAAPA) against controversial businessman and murder ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago

Unpopular Leadership Style Hurts Kerala's CPI(M).Will Communism's Loss Become BJP's Gain?

Kerala could well become another Bengal for the Communist Party of India (Marxist). The party's state secretary, Pinarayi Vijayan, demitted office last week after a 17-year reign. The party lost ground during that period, though the initial years ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
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