Union Minister Mullappally Ramachandran retains Vadakara seat

Veteran Congress leader and Union Minister, Mullappally Ramachandran retained the Vadakara constituency, by edging out CPI(M)`s A N Shamseer of LDF by a slender margin of 3306 votes in a fluctuating battle.

Over 7,000 posts for teachers vacant in MCD schools

More than 7,000 posts for teachers are lying vacant in Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) schools, the Lok Sabha was informed Tuesday.

Central team to assess damage in parts of Kerala

A high-level Central team will visit Kerala soon to assess the damage caused due to floods and landslides during ongoing southwest monsoon.

Vijayan should strive to bring to book those behind murder: Ramachandran

Union Minister of State for Home Mullappally Ramachandran today said CPI(M) Kerala Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan should strive to bring to book those behind the murder of Revolutionary Marxist Party leader T P Chandrasekharan.

`34 cases against NGOs for launching anti-govt protests`

Thirty-four cases are being probed by the CBI and state police forces against various NGOs for allegedly spearheading anti-government agitations, Lok Sabha was informed today.

Rape cases double in Delhi

Delhi has witnessed around four rape cases a day this year, almost double the last year`s rate, in an indication that crime against women has not abated in the capital despite campaigns and stepped up police action.

Delhi not unsafe for women: Govt

Govt on Wednesday dismissed reports that Delhi is highly unsafe for women.

`Probe by police into Chandasekharan`s murder satisfactory`

Union Minister of State for Home Mullappally Ramachandran expressed satifaction in the probe by Kerla police into the murder of T P Chandrasekharan.

‘Chandrasekharan murder probe in the right directi

Minister of state for Home, Mullappally Ramachandran, Wednesday said the probe in the murder of Revolutionary Marxist Party leader, TP Chandrasekharan, is moving in the right direction.

Union Minister denies interference in murder probe

Ramachandran said the investigation was in the right direction in TP Chandrasekharan`s murder and rejected allegations of interference in probe.

Congress always respected judiciary: Ramachandran

Union Minister of State for Home
Mullappally Ramachandran said that it was not right to criticise
judgements publicly.