Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala were Monday involved in a war of words in the state
Congress, which has been in power in Meghalaya for last 10 years, is looking in a fragile position to hold on to the state with a reduced tally.
MP Veerendra Kumar, the chief of Kerala state unit of JD(U) on Wednesday announced his decision to resign from the Rajya Sabha. Kumar said he did
The issue of political violence involving members of the ruling CPI(M) and the BJP, rocked the first day of the Kerala Assembly on Monday. The
The Kerala government on Sunday suggested it could bring in a law to counter the central ban on sale of cattle for slaughter, as the political
BJP's only legislator in Kerala, O Rajagopal says RSS agenda is a national agenda but there is no place for cow, beef and Hindutva politics in Kerala.
Leader of Opposition in Kerala and senior Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala speaks about how the party is in crisis in the state.
72-year-old Pinarayi Vijayan took oath as 12th Chief Minister of Kerala Wednesday evening. After its emphatic comeback last week, the Left
A day after its emphatic comeback, the LDF has chosen CPI (M) politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan as the next CM of Kerala. The deliberations had
LDF came back in Kerala winning over 90 seats, while the outgoing UDF suffered embarrassment with some of its ministers and key state leaders
Congress and the Left front -- two bitter contenders in Kerala, are allies in other state fighting polls together in a bid to stay relevant at
“To be a good human being you need to be a Hindu, says BJP but that does not work in Kerala”, this is the quote by state’s former finance
Day after he flayed the incumbent Modi government over the issues of agrarian crises, rise in food prices, Dalit scholar’s suicide in HCU, Rahul
One of the few party strongholds, Kerala is scheduled to go for assembly polls this year and the ruling Congress-led UDF is marred with bribery