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Millions vote for new assembly in Kerala, Tamil Nadu

Millions in the politically crucial southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu as well as the union territory of Puducherry on Wednesday queued up at polling booths to bring in new assemblies amid spar

Kerala goes to vote, actress in trouble

Racing to elect a new government, the volatile southern state last recorded 61.2 per cent voter turnout today.

A headline doing the rounds on an otherwise incident free poll day was the case of Moll

TN, Kerala leaders confident of wins, month's wait for result

Tamil Nadu and Kerala Chief Ministers - M. Karunanidhi and V.S. Achuthanandan - today oozed confidence about a victory for their alliances and their rival fronts led by AIADMK and Congress were equa

Over 75 pc turnout in Kerala

More than 75 per cent of Kerala voters exercised their franchise as polling ended in all the 140 assembly constituencies on Wednesday evening.

The battle to gain power is keenly fought between rul

Polling under way in Tamil Nadu, Kerala


Voters lined up outside polling booths across Tamil Nadu and Keral on  Wednesday as elections to choose a new 234-member assembly began.

Voting is under way across Kerala to elect a 140-member

LDF ruined state’s finances: Mukherjee


The Union Finance Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, on Sunday said that Kerala had landed in a debt trap because of financial mismanagement by the CPI(M)-led LDF government in the last five years.


Kerala adopts Coke compensation bill

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerela has passed a bill allowing compensation claims against soft drink giant Coca-Cola over alleged environmental damage caused by a bottling plant.

The legislation adopted by t

Kerala focuses on infra development in Budget 2011

Thiruvananthapuram: Economist turned politician and senior Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPIM) leader Thomas Issac on Thursday presented his sixth consecutive state budget with special emphasis on

Rigorous imprisonment for former Kerala minister

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today awarded one year rigorous imprisonment to former Kerala Power minister and Congress leader R. Balakrishnan Pillai and two others in the Idamalayar dam corruption cas

CVC points to criminal MPs

New Delhi, Feb. 7: In a stand that could cause further embarrassment to the Centre, the CVC, Mr P.J. Thomas, on Monday in the Supreme Court, questioned the competence of the MPs facing serious crimina

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