Although Ajeesh is an an advocate by training, he harbours a passion for journalism. After graduating from Govt. Law College Trivandrum, he pursued a diploma in journalism at Trivandrum Press Club's Institute of Journalism. Ajeesh enjoys reading up on Indian political history. He passionately follow English football and is mad about Manchester United.


Supreme court raps Kerala for failure to compensate Endosulfan victims

New Delhi , December 11

A division bench of the supreme court headed by chief justice Dipak Misra on Monday slapped a contempt of court notice on the CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala for dragging its feet on implementing a January 2017 order of the court directing it to pay compensation to victims of Endosulfan poisoning.

Congress workers, not fishers, blocked Pinarayi Vijayan’s vehicle: Kodiyeri Balakrishnan

Thiruvananthapuram , December 08

The sight of chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan beating a hasty retreat the other day when confronted by irate fishers at Vizhinjam over the perceived failure of the government in effectively coordinating search and rescue efforts to save fishermen stranded at sea following cyclone ockhi was a cause for ignominy for the CPI(M).

Cyclone Ockhi: Revenue dept. draws flak at CPI state council meet

Thiruvananthapuram , December 05

CPI leader and revenue minister E Chandrasekharan reportedly came under fire in the CPI state council that met here on Tuesday over alleged lapses in coordination of rescue and relief efforts in the wake of the havoc wreaked by cyclone ‘ockhi’.

Criminal case against IPS officer Jacob Thomas for violation of service rules

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has directed state police chief Loknath Behera to register a criminal case against IPS officer and former vigilance director Jacob Thomas for allegedly violating the rules of service by making controversial disclosures in his recently-published autobiography.