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by OJ George

How simplistic is the rhetoric about nuclear war?
It sounds simplistic for the North Korean leadership to assert that a nuclear war may break out any moment.

The words coming out from the N.Korean authorities sound like they are lighting fire crackers.

The US also adds to the fire and fury of words.

The world is for the whole denizens to continue life here on Earth.
No one has the right
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Deploy central forces: Hassan
Thiruvananthapuram: In view of

the special circumstances prevailing in Kannur and Kasargode, Central forces should be

deployed in these districts, according to M M Hassan, spokesperson of the KPCC.


alleged that the CPM was attempting to create terrifying circumstances with violenc
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Clashes in Valiyathura, 10 cops hurt, mob lathicharged
Thiruvananthapuram: Tension prevailed in Valiyathura as two factions of St Antonyís Forane

Church clashed this evening.

At least 10 police personnel, including DCP P.Vikram, were

injured in the stone-throwing resorted to by the irate crowds of the faithful.

The clashes,

which occur
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CPM putting road blocks in Lavalin case: OC

Opposition Leader Oommen Chandy has alleged that CPM is trying to bridle court proceedings in

the Lavalin case.

Oommen Chandy said he would not dub an accused person as


But the CPMís move to put roadblocks in the path of court proceedings is being

viewed by t
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Jama ath support for 18 LDF and 2 UDF candidates

Jama-ath-e-Islami will support LDF candidates in 18 constituencies and UDF candidates in

Wayanad and Ponnani. The announcement was made by Jama-ath-e-Islami Kerala unit Amir

T.Arif Ali here on Thursday. Jama-ath has differences of opinion with the policies of the LDF

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Enigma of keeping faith the myriad ways
Kerala presents

intolerance of factions among Christians, which is most unfortunate, as all the ballyhoo is in the

name of Christ who wanted to forgive even those who crucified him.

It appears the

scuffles all originate in the name of keeping possession of properties. At present the
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Think of full social security
I am wholly against governments,

allied institutions, MNCs and other private and public ventures and individuals escaping with the

booty they get during the present times of opening up the economy. All entities reaping

gargantuan size of profits should be made accountable and pro rata le
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