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Saturday, July 09, 2005


School Children participate in a protest march against the recent spate of terrorist bombing in London in New Delhi.

From kaumudi


Remember the 200 years of colonial rule? It was a blast !!!

Friday, July 08, 2005

Church wants government money

From KeralaNext
Certain sections of the Church were criticising the UDF Government because they could not obtain the benefits they expected, said UDF convener P P Thankachan.

Thankachan was replying to a query on the Latin Catholic Church’s open criticism of the UDF, at a news conference here.

The Church’s objection was not political, but an attempt to get the government’s attention when it did not get the expected benefits. However, this does mean that the Church endorsed the LDF views.

There were police “excesses” amid attempts to disperse the crowd during the row at the St Mary’s Church in Aluva, but police had been provoked, he said.

It is high time that we amend the constitution and plant a rigid wall between the state and religious institutions. Why should the government be involved in promoting any religion? I never hear about government giving money to atheists and agnostics.

Webcam at CM's office

Yeah right, this will bring transparency to the government.

A welcome move.

From Deepika Global
Hitting out against the ''double standards'' of Marxists in Kerala, the Youth Congress today announced to send a panel to West Bengal to study the policies of the ruling CPI(M) in controversial areas.

Addressing a press conference here, Youth Congress State President K P Anilkumar said the panel would study contentious programmes like self-financing and foreign investments. He informed this against the backdrop of the continuing violent strikes by the Marxists in Kerala.