CPI(M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has kicked up a row with his acerbic jibe the other day at Rahul Gandhi’s election as the national president of the congress party.
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CPI(M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has come out against the functioning of the students federation of india (SFI), the students’ outfit of the CPI(M).
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.
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).
Former chief minister and veteran CPI-M leader V S Achuthanandan on Wednesday wrote to prime minister Narendra Modi urging him to declare cyclone ockhi - which left a trail of destruction in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Lakshadweep – as a national disaster.
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’.
Leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala has come down heavily on the CPI(M)-led LDF government for not taking adequate precautions despite being forewarned about cyclone ‘ockhi’ lashing the Kerala coast.
Senior leaders of the CPI in Kerala has paid rich tributes to veteran CPI leader and former minister E Chandrasekharan Nair, who passed away on Wednesday.
Minister for devaswoms Kadakampally Surendran has defended the LDF government decision to introduce ten per cent reservation for the economically backward among forward communities in appointments to devaswom boards in the state.
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.
Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan stands firm on invite to CPI to join UDF despite Kanam Rajendran’s snipeThiruvananthapuram , November 27
Congress leader and former home minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan on Monday said that he stood by his decision to extend an invite to the CPI to join the united democratic front (UDF).
Women’s panel seeks explanation from CPI(M) MLA Hareendran for verbally abusing woman deputy collectorThiruvananthapuram , November 27
Kerala state women’s commission chairperson M C Josephine on Monday reportedly called Parassala MLA C K Hareendran over phone and sought an explanation for his use of derogatory language against a woman deputy collector at Neyyanttinkara on Saturday.
CPI(M) veteran and former chief minister V S Achuthanandan has written to chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan calling for the protection of Neelakurinji hills at Munnar in Idukki district.
Leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala has lodged a complaint with the state police chief over ‘fake propaganda’ and misleading news appearing in social media and on some online news portals about the UDF’s ‘padayorukkam’ yatra.
Leader of the opposition Ramesh Chennithala on Thursday said that mediapersons themselves must first come out strongly against the chief minister’s alleged decision to bar mediapersons from entering the secretariat the other day.
Activists of DYFI, the youth outfit of the CPI(M), on Thursday vandalised a resort owned by BJP MP and chairman of ‘Asianet News’ Rajeev Chandrasekhar at Kumarakom in Kottayam district alleging that Vembanand lake was encroached on for the construction of the resort.
The kerala government on Wednesday shot off a letter to the central government categorically stating that it will not slash value added tax (VAT) on petrol and diesel.
Even as a controversy is raging over the boycott of a cabinet meet by ministers of the CPI, the second largest constituent of the ruling LDF coalition, the party has doubled down on the controversial decision.
The CPI(M)-led LDF government on Tuesday sparked a major raw after it barred mediapersons from entering the secretariat.
The justice P S Antony-led judicial commission which looked into the alleged lewd phone call row involving former minister and NCP leader A K Saseendran has reportedly given a clean chit to the latter.