The congress and the opposition UDF led by it has decided to step up their agitation demanding a probe by the CBI into the gruesome murder of youth congress activist Shuhaib at Edayannur in Kannur recently.
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Leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala on Tuesday poured scorn on the CPI(M)-led LDF government for holding an inaugural function to mark the resumption of the distribution of pension to retired employees of KSRTC.
With the private bus operators’ strike entering the fourth day, the CPI(M)-led LDF government is planning to slap notices on private bus owners taking part in the agitation.
Minister for cooperation in the CPI(M)-led LDF government Kadakampally Surendran on Friday came to the rescue of a couple severely injured in a road accident near Chacka bypass.
Congress leader and leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala on Friday levelled serious allegations against the CPI(M)-led LDF government in connection with the murder of youth congress activist S P Shuhaib at Edayannur in Kannur the other day.
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday refuted union minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju’s alleged statement that Kerala had asked the centre to outlaw muslim outfit Popular Front of India (PFI).
A day after the LDF state committee gave its nod to hike bus fares, the CPI(M)-led LDF government on Wednesday effected marginal hikes in minimum bus fares across all services.
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday upbraided RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat over the latter’s boast the other day that the RSS was more capable than the Indian army of putting together a force to fight for the country if the situation demanded.
The kerala high court on Friday quashed the FIR registered in the Pattoor land grab case against former chief minister Oommen Chandy, former chief secretary E K Bharat Bhushan and three others.
After leaders of the ruling LDF drew flak for availing of large sums as medical reimbursements, now it is the turn of opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala to come under fire for having the taxpayers underwrite expenses for his travel, medical treatment etc.
Chief minister and CPI(M) hardliner Pinarayi Vijayan reportedly came under fire at the district conference of the Kollam unit of the CPI on Monday.
Former home minister and congress leader Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan has filed a petition in the Kerala high court seeking to expunge adverse remarks against him in the report submitted to the government by the judicial commission that looked into the infamous solar scam.
CPI(M) Kerala unit secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has refuted reports in the mainstream media that his elder son Binoy Balakrishnan stood accused of defrauding a tourism company in Dubai of ₹13 crore.
The BJP-led national democratic alliance (NDA) in Kerala is on the brink of collapse with allies Bharat Dharma Jana Sena (BDJS) and Janathipathya Rashtriya Sabha (JRS) reportedly contemplating quitting the coalition.
The communist party of india (CPI) has thrown its weight behind the stand taken by the CPI(M) faction led by Sitaram Yechury in the CPI(M) central committee regarding a political understanding with the congress in the fight against the BJP.
In a major reprieve for former transport minister and NCP leader Thomas Chandy, the Kerala high court on Wednesday turned down two petitions seeking action against him for illegally encroaching government land.
The CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala on Wednesday lifted the curbs on release of funds from state coffers to local self-government bodies in the state.
Leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala has come down on the CPI(M) over its cadres’ alleged manhandling of congress MLA V T Balram at Thrithala in Palakkad district on Wednesday.
The controversy over chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s chopper ride got a fresh twist as news surfaced on Wednesday that the order sanctioning funds for the helicopter travel from the state disaster relief fund was issued with the knowledge of the chief minister’s office.
Central board of film certification (CBFC) regional officer A Prathiba has been removed from the post allegedly over the film certifying body’s refusal to grant a censor certificate to a Malayalam documentary on Emergency.