KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran had recently said it’s a ‘fearsome result,’ clearly hinting at the responsibility the people of the state have vested in the Congress and its affiliates in the
The party’s vote base grew from 6.4 per cent in 2009 to 14.9 in 2014. However, despite the Sabarimala issue, the party’s vote share grew only by 0.5 per cent, which was worrying.
Left’s debacle in Kerala indicates communists could be losing their fight to stay relevant in Indian politics; all may not be lost for the CPM yet but it may have to go for a course-correction to move
With a week remaining for the re-opening of schools in the state, the police have issued instructions to ensure the safety of school students.
He was addressing mediapersons at a ‘Meet the Press’ programme organised by the Thiruvananthapuram Press Club on Saturday.
Though the results are a blow to the LDF, we will try and find out what went wrong.
Mullappally reminded the Chief Minister his earlier statement that the election results would also be a referendum on the state government’s performance.
Koothuparamba assembly segment in Kannur district: A Left stronghold and the native place of CPM strongman P Jayarajan.
Slugfest over the LDF debacle in the LS elections failed to stop even on Saturday; With a few CPM leaders acknowledging their follies, Congress had a field day
Cashing in on the same we approached the directorate and assured them that we will supply the seed paper pens,” said Moideen Kutty K,managing director, KSHPWC.
Main Opposition UDF is expected to put the govt on the mat following the LDF’s poll fiasco
Kerala coast on high alert following reports of boats carrying 15 IS operatives set off from Sri Lanka to Lakshadweep: Police
Intelligence agencies believe that a considerable number of Keralites are still with the ISIS which was recently wiped out from Iraq and Syria.
Sabarimala issue did not impact LS poll outcome; Will not change style of functioning: Pinarayi Vijayan
Vijayan claimed attempts were made to create misunderstanding regarding matters of faith and the government would look into them.
The ruling Left front, which had expected an impressive victory, could win only one seat as the opposition Congress-UDF swept the April 23 election.
The Kerala High Court on Friday adjourned to June 10, the petition filed by BJP leader K Surendran requesting permission to withdraw the election petition filed by him.