The meeting held by SNDP of various representatives of community organisations and party dignitaries evaluated that there is a space for a political party in Kerala. After the meeting SNDP vice president Thushar Vellappally said that the new party under its leadership would be formed in December.Representatives of KPMS, Munnokka Samudaya Samrakshana Munnani, Yogakshema Sabha and other community or
Alappuzha: SNDP vice president Thushar Vellappally said that new party under its leadership would be formed in December. He said there is no need of any apprehension regarding it. In the meeting held on Monday to discuss the formation of the party, Adv Jayashankar, NM Pearson, Philip M Prasad among others participated. Representatives of KPMS, Munnokka Samudaya Samrakshana Munnani, Yogakshema Sabh
T'puram: The vigilance court in Thiruvananthapuram will deliver the verdict on the petitions seeking further probe into the bar bribery case, on October 29th. The hearing of the case is over. The court considered ten petitions that asked for further investigation into the case. On Monday, the court witnessed the hearing of the advocate of the main witness in the case, Biju Ramesh. The petitioners
Kochi: The enforcement has started a probe against Tomin Thachankary for alleged misappropriation of money in a quarry deal. The financial deal between APG Developers, in which the wife of Thachankary was the director and Paravoor sex case accused Manikandan is being probed. A deal was struck by which APG developers promised to give Rs 2.5 crore and later both parties had a disagreement on the de
Kochi: The state government has told the High Court that Kannan Devan company has encroached upon more than one lakh acre land including Munnar tea plantations. The encroachment was carried out by making fake title deeds. The land transfer do not have any legal validity and it do not have the centre government sanction, the state government said in the report submitted to the HC. The government al
Kochi: The government has submitted an affidavit in the High Court stating that there was no need for a CBI investigation in the Consumerfed corruption case.A lot of irregularities had happened in Consumerfed and the vigilance investigation was going on in five cases. Among them, reports had been filed in two cases and three cases were in the final stages of investigation and would be completed wi
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