Pillai warns his son against fighting the party

Kerala Congress-B chairman R Balakrishna Pillai Thursday warned his son and former minister KB Ganesh Kumar, who quit the UDF ministry following charges of domestic violence, not to fight against the party.

Rift between father and son in UDF continues

The rift between father and son in the ruling Congress-led UDF seems to be far from over.

Father wants son out of Kerala Cabinet

Kerala Congress (Pillai) leader R Balakrishna Pillai Tuesday asked Chief Minister Oommen Chandy to drop his (Pillai`s) son and minister KB Ganesh Kumar from the cabinet.

Did not seek special treatment in jail: Pillai

Kerala Congress (B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai was recently released from jail in a corruption case.

Kerala: LDF walkout over Pillai’s release

Opposition LDF in Kerala
on Friday staged a walkout from the Assembly alleging the UDF
government had violated prison rules.

Jailed ex-minister Pillai released in Kerala

Kerala Congress (B) leader
and former minister R Balakrishna Pillai, sentenced to jail
for a year in a corruption case, was today freed under the
remission granted by the state govt on the occasion of
state-formation day.

Phone use: Pillai to stay four more days in prison

Former minister and Kerala
Congress (B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai will have to spend an additional four days in the jail
for making phone calls in violation of prison rules.

Probe into use of phone by jailed ex-minister

The prison department has ordered an inquiry into the use of mobile phone by jailed Kerala Congress (B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai.

Pillai gets notice for criticising Kerala CM while on parole

Former Kerala Minister R Balakrishna Pillai has been slapped with a notice for lashing out at Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan while on a 10 day parole.

Pillai gives up plans to contest under UDF pressure

Failing to get support from the UDF, jailed Kerala Congress (B) leader R Balakrishna Pillai gave up his plan to enter the fray for the April 13 assembly polls.

Ex-minister Pillai convicted in graft case surrenders in court

The Supreme Court sentenced Pillai and two others for one year rigorous imprisonment on February 10, reversing the High Court verdict acquitting them.