No decision to ban recruitments: Minister

 Kerala government has not decided to impose ban on new recruitments in government services and only a recommendation to temporarily stop creating new posts was under the consideration of the government, Finance Minister K M Mani said today.

Kerala Finance Minister seeks support of Centre for development projects

Kerala Finance Minister KM Mani on Wednesday sought the support and assistance of the Centre to carry forward development projects formulated by the state.

No need to be pessimistic over Modi: Kerala minister

Kerala`s Finance Minister KM Mani Saturday said there was no need to be pessimistic over BJP leader Narendra Modi becoming India`s next prime minister.

Political legacy at stake in Kottayam

Personal prestige takes precedence over collective political stakes at the Kottayam Lok Sabha seat where Kerala`s longest serving legislator is keen on cementing his political legacy through his son.

Noisy scenes in Kerala assembly during budget discussion

CPI-M led LDF opposition members today tore away the budget papers and staged a walk out in the Kerala Assembly alleging that Finance Minister K M Mani has ignored their constituencies in his proposals.

Retirement age raised in Kerala on the sly?

The Oommen Chandy government only last year raised the retirement age to 56 years

Now, KM Mani sets cat among pigeons

Kerala politics, in a constant state of churning, have got more embroiled with Kerala Congress-Mani chief KM Mani suggesting that there were no permanent allies in coalition politics.

No change in Kerala`s stand on Mullaperiyar

There is no change in Kerala`s declared stance to construct a new protection dam at
Mullaperiyar, Finance Minister KM Mani said.

Kerala will go ahead with Mullaperiyar dam: Mani

The Kerala govt announced it will go ahead with the construction of a new dam
at Mullaperiyar.

Recommendation of Iyer headed commission rejected

The Commission recommended that Kerala should step in with legal measures to implement small-family norm.

Kerala Congress (M) sticks to its demand for 22 seats

Ahead of the crucial seat
sharing talks between Congress and Kerala Congress (M), one of
the key partner in UDF, the Kerala Congress (M) Wednesday said their demand for 22 seats
was not undeserving.