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Karat drops bombshell, CPI(M) sees red

CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat put the state unit of his party in a fix on Friday by candidly admitting that P. Sasi, who had to quit as Kannur district secretary recently, was facing serious charges of sexual harassment.

Battle of egos still dogs Kerala Marxists

With just two weeks left for the Assembly polls, the Left Democratic Front camp is still unable to project anyone unambiguously as the Chief Minister candidate in stark contrast to the Opposition Congress-led combine which has given the thumbs up to the Opposition leader, Mr Oommen Chandy.

UDF unleashes woman power against the CM

With just three weeks left for the poll date, the Congress-led United Democratic Front has deputed two doughty women to ‘expose’ Kerala Chief Minister V.S.

Impatient for change, youth plump for UDF

Impatient for an economic and developmental upsurge, majority of the youth in Kerala are inclined to vote the Opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front to power, according to a Deccan Chronicle-

Kerala youth, impatient for change, back UDF: Survey

Impatient for an economic upsurge, a majority of Kerala’s youth are inclined to vote the Congress-led United Democratic Front to power, a Deccan Chronicle-C Fore survey has found.

Alphons sidles up to the BJP

The former “demolition man” of Delhi, Alphons Kannanthanam, who spent the last five years as Left-backed independent in the Kerala Assembly, is now warming up to the BJP.

Achuta is back as CPM relents

The Kerala CPI(M) leadership, rattled by street protests and the groundswell of cadre support for chief minister V.S, Achuthanandan, has nominated him to lead the Left Democratic Front in the Assembly

Achutha to contest from Malampuzha

Ending the suspense, CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat rang up Kerala chief minister V.S.

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