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Oommen Chandy sworn in as Kerala chief minister

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Congress leader Oommen Chandy, 67, was sworn in as Kerala's 21st chief minister by Governor R.S. Gavai at Raj Bhavan here on Wednesday.This will be Chandy's second stint as the chief minister, after 2

Jaya entry may rarify Mullaperiyar issue

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Policy makers of Kerala are apprehensive that the Mullaperiyar dam row with Tamil Nadu may get more fractious now that the AIADMK leader, Ms J. Jayalalithaa, has come to power.

“She is likely be more

Mani seeks 3 Cabinet posts

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The Congress and its allies will wrap up their Cabinet berth discussions here on Tuesday, ahead of the swearing-in of the Chief Minister and ministers on May 18.

The major irritant in ministry making

UDF to sail or sink with tainted

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The first challenge facing the new Congress-led Ministry is the demand to keep “the corrupt and sex racket tainted” out of the Cabinet.

The outgoing Chief Minister, Mr V.S. Achuthanandan, on Saturday

It's advantage for Mamata, Jaya as Kerala set for a close game

West Bengal: Trinamul prepares for ‘inevitable’ win

A few hours from now just could be the beginning of a green revolution in West Bengal.

The Mamata brigade has already started preparing for what

CPI-M reports predict losses in West Bengal, Kerala

The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) seems resigned to losing power in West Bengal and Kerala — after studying reports from its units in the two traditional strongholds. State units of the party have submitted reports to the CPI-M Central leadership even before the sixth and final round of polling ended in West Bengal on Tuesday.

Exit polls: Scene change likely in TN, CPI-M reports predict losses in West Bengal, Kerala

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The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) seems resigned to losing power in West Bengal and Kerala - after studying reports from its units in the two traditional strongholds.

Reports from Tamil Na

Kerala's Left Front calls shutdown for endosulphan ban

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Kerala's ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) has called for a state-wide shutdown on Friday to protest the central government's stand not to clamp a ban on pesticide endosulphan, blamed for many deaths

Kerala recorded 75.12 pc polling

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Kerala has recorded 75.12 per cent voter turn out in the elections for the 140 member state Assembly.

According to the final figures of the Election Commission, Kozhikode district in north Keral

Nearly 50 percent turnout in Kerala

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Nearly 50 per cent of voters exercised their franchise in Kerala till 1 p.m. Wednesday to elect a new 140-member assembly, officials said. According to figures released by the chief electoral officer,

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