M. M. Mani to be inducted in to Pinarai ministry

CPI (M) State Secretariat member M. M. ManiCPI (M) has decided to induct Udumbanchola member of the Assembly and CPI (M) State Secretariat member M. M. Mani into Kerala ministry.

The State committee of the party, which mete here on Sunday, gave the green signal for reshuffle in the Cabinet headed by Pinarai Vijayan.

Modi lambasts CPI (M) for political violence

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing BJP general council in Kozhikode on Sept. 25Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Sunday that the nation should discuss political killings in Kerala.

Addressing the general council meeting of the BJP, the Prime Minister said that physical attacks on opponents was not acceptable in a democracy.

Prime Minister unleashes scathing attack on Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing rally in Kozhikode on SaturdayKozhikode: Prime Minister unleashed a scathing attack on Pakistan while addressing a public rally here on Saturday and said that India would not forget the Uri attack.

The Prime Minister noted that there was only one nation in Asia which was exporting terror while every other country was working towards making 21st century Asia’s century. Wherever terrorism is happening in Asia, the affected nations were blaming only one country.

Mr. Modi said that India would not genuflect before terrorism. It had already isolated Pakistan globally. It would not spare any efforts to expose the country further.

Speaker recognises KC (M) as separate block in the Assembly

KC-M symbolThiruvananthapuram: Kerala Assembly Speaker P. Sreeramakrishnan has approved the request of Kerala Congress (Mani) to sit as a separate block in the Assembly.

Parliamentary party secretary of KC (M) Mon Joseph and Chief Whip Roshi Augustine had met the Speaker on Tuesday and handed over letter seeking to be recognised as a separate block in the House as the party had left United Democratic Front.

Antony calls for political settlement of Kashmir issue

Fomrer Defence Minister A. K. Antony speaking at Kesari Journalist TrustFormer Defence Minister A. K. Antony said on Tuesday that the government should initiate dialog for a political settlement of the Kashmir issue.

Releasing a travelogue on Kashmir by journalists from Kerala here, Mr. Antony said that though talks had failed earlier, they should be attempted again. “It is hard to deal with the issue. However, things would go out of control if a settlement is delayed. So, no time should be wasted.”

The Congress leader also urged that the Centre should lead an all-party delegation to Kashmir.


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