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Kerala: BJP leader Ranjith Sreenivas hacked to death hours after SDPI leader was killed, had contested 2016 elections

Following the incident, Section 144 (prohibit the gathering of four or more people in an area) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) was imposed in the Alappuzha district to prevent any untoward incident.

Kerala govt gives govt jobs to wives of CPI(M) members accused of killing Congress workers, after going to Supreme Court to protect them

Among the 4 vacancies at a govt hospital in Kerala, 3 jobs given to wives of CPI(M) workers in jail for murder of Congress workers

Kerala govt signs MoU with US company for deep sea fishing, backtracks and shifts blame after opposition uproar

Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala has called it the communist government's fisheries scam and has demanded a detailed investigation.

Kerala Governor refuses permission for special session of Assembly to pass resolution against farm laws, opposition cries ‘BJP agent’: Details

A similar special session of Kerala Assembly was held earlier in which a resolution was passed demanding scrapping of the CAA.

Kerala: 2 years after she lost her baby after CPI(M) leader kicked her stomach, Jyotsna Jose to contest panchayat elections on BJP ticket

Kerala will hold local body elections on December 8, 10 and 12. The results will be declared on December 16.

Expelled by Congress for praising Modi, former MP from Kerala’s Kannur, AP Abdullakutty all set to join BJP

There have been reports that Abdullakutty is looking to contest the Manjeshwar Assembly seat bypolls as a BJP candidate

Kerala Congress expels former MP AP Abdulkutty for praising PM Narendra Modi in Facebook post

AP Abdulkutty has been expelled from the party after the party president found his explanation unsatisfactory

Sadanandan Master, the ex-communist who had to pay the price of shifting to the RSS ideology

In 2016 PM Modi had lauded Sadanandan for braving the communist brutality and still continuing to serve the people.

No, Shashi Tharoor, it is not the Sabarimala verdict, but electoral gains that has left you torn

Politicians are, at the end of day, guided by electoral considerations.

‘Casual handling of people’s lives’ and poor dam management by state government led to Kerala Floods, reveals research study

The study has blamed the communist Kerala government's inaction and mismanagement for the devastation caused by the floods.

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