In a change of stand, days after resenting police action against student editors over campus magazines containing remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala on Thursday said though the government respected freedom of expression, it was not proper to depict a person in any manner.
Continuing its drive against those involved in illegal money lending business in Kerala, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala on Saturday said the stringent Kerala Anti-Social Acivities (Prevention) Act would be introduced against them in the next phase of `Operation Kubera`.
With the memoirs of a former disciple of Mata Amritanandamayi sparking a row, police have registered a case against those who posted adverse comments in the social media based on the content of the book against the spiritual leader, who commands a large following worldwide.
Revolutionary Marxist Party leader KK Rema Wednesday night resolved to go ahead with her indefinite fast to press for a CBI probe into "political conspiracy" behind the brutal murder of her husband TP Chandrasekharan.
With the aim of effectively checking activities of goons and the mafia in the state, the Kerala Government said it plans to increase the detention period from six months to 12 months under the Kerala Anti-social (Prevention) Act.
In a significant political move ahead of Lok Sabha polls, Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president Ramesh Chennithala today joined the Oommen Chandy-led UDF Government and was given key Home portfolio.
Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday joined the UDF ministry headed by Oommen Chandy as part of a move to boost prospects of the coalition in the coming Lok Sabha polls by setting factional and equations correct.