As the Congress leaders continue their verbal warfare over the fate of 418 closed bars, KPCC President V M Sudheeran says that total liquor prohibition is the need of the hour. Earlier when the issue reached the High Court it asked the government to come up with a new liquor policy. In this argument allies stand with Sudheeran. Sudheeran promised that the UDF meeting will come up with pro-people d
Imphal: The human rights activist Irom Sharmila Charu was released from Imphal's Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital a day after a session court in Imphal ordered her release. She has been on a hunger strike for 14 years. Talking to media, she said that will continue her fast and her stand on AFSPA will remain unchanged. Sharmila asked to end the draconian law imposed on Manipuri people. Sharmila began her
The people are awaiting the Vijay blockbuster 'Kaththi'. But now the film has landed in legal tangles as the film carries dialogues that hurt the Tamil sentiments. Apart from this there are allegations that the producers of the movie received funds from Sri Lankan government. The producers said that they will directly meet the media soon and will clarify their stand. A R Murugadoss directed 'Katht
Thiruvananthapuram: The bar license has started creating a crisis in Congress and UDF for the past five months. The KPCC President V M Sudheeran will inform in the UDF meeting that Congress stands on the point that there is no need to open the 418 closed bars. Meanwhile Chief Minister will clarify that of the 418 closed bar standard bars can be opened. In this argument allies stand with Sudheeran.
Kochi: KSEB while mooting plans for a charge hike, on other hand fails drastically to collect the charges from the customers for the power they consume. The documents of KSEB prove that many of the Electricity meters are not functioning properly. Repairing and changing of these idle meters face a stagnancy as Board fails to supply the replacement meters. This has given serious problem in assessing
Thodupuzha: The ‘Neelakurunji’ flowers that bloomed full turning the hilly terrains of Munnar to blue in this untimely year is imparting a wonder spectacle to the tourists visiting the place. The flowers which will bloom every 12 year is often spotted alone in Munnar areas previously, but this time the flowers bloomed in pack over many areas turning the region into a deluge of blue. ‘Neelak
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