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PFI: Integrate reproductive health with emergency responses

Population Foundation of India(PFI) on Saturday urged the government to integrate reproductive health into emergency responses.

Chopping of Kerala professor’s hand: Quantum of punishment on May 8

A special NIA court, which convicted 13 people in the hand chopping case of a college professor in Kerala in 2010, will pronounce the quantum of punishment on May 8.

Inflammatory SMSs: Kerala-based PFI under scanner

Popular Front of India has come under the scanner of intelligence agencies for its suspected role in spreading inflammatory SMSs and MMSs .

PFI to support SDPI candidates

Popular Front of India announced that it would support Socialist Democratic Party of
India candidates, who are contesting in seven seats in the April 13 Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections.

PFI denies having links with SIMI

The Popular Front of India (PFI) has denied any links with banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and said the organisation was working for downtrodden and indulging in several social works.

Banned SIMI cadres regrouping under PFI?

PFI said that this was a "wrong information" it was a ploy to "tarnish" the image.

Kerala hand chopping case accused gets bail

A Kerala court on Saturday granted
conditional bail to Anas, the 47th accused in the case
relating to the chopping of the right hand of Thodupuzha
Newman college lecturer T J Joseph.

Lecturer attack: One more PFI worker arrested from Mangalore

The Special Investigation team
probing the brutal attack on a college lecturer here on July
4, on Friday arrested one more activist belonging to the radical
outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) in connection with the
attack.

Lecturer attack: ‘Dismisal unfortunate and unexpected’

Dismissed Newman College lecturer TJ Joseph, whose hand was hacked allegedly by activists of radical outfit PFI, has said that college management action was very unfortunate and unexpected.

Lecturer attack: Dioceses support expulsion

Prof Joseph was brutally attacked by the activists of radical outfit, Popular Front of India (PFI) for preparing the questioning paper by hacking his right arm.

College mgmnt refuses to reinstate Kerala lecturer

Unfazed by wide criticism of its action, the management of a church-run
college has refused to reinstate dismissed lecturer TJ
Joseph, whose hand was chopped off by activists of radical
group PFI.

Dismissal of Kerala lecturer incorrect: University

Lecturer T J Joseph, whose
right palm was chopped off by radical activists and who was
also sacked, had a ray of hope in getting his job back.

`Kerala lecturer`s dismissal from college illegal`

The University Syndicate has termed Prof TJ Joseph`s dismissal from the Newman College in Thodupuzha as ‘illegal’.

`Evidence of connection between PFI, Let and Hizb`

The Kerala Government today informed
the state High Court that Investigators have obtained evidence
regarding the connection of Radical outfit PFI with Hizbul Mujahideen, Laskar-e Taiba (Let) and Al Queda.

Attack on lecturer: SIT questions MD of publishing company

The SIT has questioned a top executive of a
multimedia publishing company in connection with the attack on a college lecturer, whose right hand was chopped off allegedly by activists of radical outfit PFI.

Police question PFI President

Police today questioned
Nazeruddin Elamaram, President of the radical outfit Popular
Front of India (PFI) which is alleged to have carried out the
attack on a college lecturer in Ernakulam district on July 4.

Cops summon top PFI leaders in chopping case

Kerala Police have summoned two top leaders of the radical Muslim group PFI in connection with the case of a college professor`s hand being chopped off for allegedly preparing a question paper derogatory to Prophet Mohammed.

PFI a big threat to communal harmony: Kerala HM

Kerala Home Minister said religious extremism in the state gained the present form with the formation of Muslim
radical outfit NDF in 1993 which
later became PFI.

Kerala: One more arrested in lecturer attack case

One more activist of radical outfit Popular Front of India has been arrested in connection with the July 4 attack on a lecturer, whose hand was chopped off for allegedly preparing an inflammatory question paper.

No request from Kerala to ban PFI: Chidambaram

The Central government has not received any request from Kerala on banning radical Islamic outfit Popular Front of India (PFI), Home Minister P Chidambaram said here on Thursday.