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Protect Secular Base, Resist Communal Forces  NEW

  The centenary year of the great declaration of Sree Narayana Guru that “we have no caste” was celebrated from August 24 to 28 in approximately two thousand centres across Kerala. A variety of programmes were organised and people from all walks of life, including intellectuals, cultural activists, sportspersons and political leaders, took part in them. The programmes commenced on the birth anniversary of social reformer Chattambi Swamikal and culminated on the birth anniversary of another social reformer Mahatma Ayyankali ... READ MORE




What has Kerala gained in sixty years?

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared in Kerala that over the last 60 years the state has not been able to ensure sustainable development and social security for the marginalized of the society. However, this statement is entirely different from the reality and not based on facts. Kerala, which was described by Swami Vivekananda as an asylum is now being discussed around the world due to the contributions of the progressive left forces. As the Kerala model of development was discussed the world over, several experts came here to study the state ... READ MORE

Jisha’s Murder - Criminal Negligence by the Police

By portraying masked policemen as the criminals involved in the cruel murder of Jisha in Perumbavoor and photographing them, the police force has been put to shame. The criminals were able to escape only because of the criminal negligence of the police following Jisha’s murder. Humanists are enraged at this abject neglect. News of the criminals being nabbed was circulated and policemen from the Kalamassery Reserve Camp were masked and brought to the Perumbavoor DySP’s office, under these circumstances, to cover up the police inaction ... READ MORE

BJP leads a planned attack to destroy Kerala’s secular fabric

It is becoming more and more evident through the recent developments in the states outside Kerala that it is impossible to lead a peaceful life like ours, in those states. Apart from attacking the dalits and marginalized sections, those who voice independent opinions are being killed as well. It is due to the powerful resistance of the left democratic forces that such problems are prevented in Kerala. Now, the BJP is aligning with communal organizations and trying to break this resistance at any cost ... READ MORE

Jisha’s murder at Kuruppampady, Perumbavoor - The guilty should be brought to book immediately

In the heinous murder of Jisha from Kuruppampady in Perumbavoor, a proactive enquiry should be conducted to bring those guilty to book. Jisha, the law student from Kuruppampady in Perumbavoor was brutally attacked and killed. The young woman was alone at her house when this incident occurred. It is horrific that even her internal organs were exposed in the attack. The fact that her genitalia were also destroyed has come to light. This incident reminds us of the violent attack on a woman in Delhi a few years back ... READ MORE

Agrarian crisis under the UDF regime

An important news in todays newspapers is related to lack of interest shown by the state government on the issue of copra procurement. The NAFED (National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India) can intervene in market only with the nod from the state government. But state has not been that forthcoming in this regard. The procurement has been in a crisis ever since. UDF government has shown laxity towards agricultural sector in Kerala and this is the latest instance in this approach ... READ MORE

BDJS: The B Team of the RSS

A new party named BDJS (Bharat Dharma Jana Sena) had been formed in Kerala on 5th December 2015. This organisation was formed with the blessings of the Sangh Parivar on the day before the anniversary of the demolition of the Babri Masjid events which had jolted the very foundations of secularism in India. The SNDP General Secretary Vellappally Natesan had announced the formation of the new organisation, talking about the “unity” between castes from Naayaadi to Namboodiri. On the occasion of the formation of this new organization, Vellappally Natesan declared its aims and strategies ... READ MORE

The Reign of Corruption

Acts of corruption performed by the Oommen Chandy headed UDF government has been unprecedented in the history of Kerala. The honourable chief minister of the state had to face the ordeal of submitting to the trial process of the solar judicial commission running into many days. The finance minister was forced to resign from the ministry on charges of corruption. The evidences pertaining to corrupt acts of many other ministers also began to surface. And to top it all, the use of state vigilance to sabotage these cases spread like wildfire among the general public ... READ MORE