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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Chandrasekharan a strong communist: VS

V S Achuthanandhan said that T P Chandrasekharan was a strong communist and no communist can be destroyed physically. CPM has no links to the murder.

VS said the culprits must be brought to book immediately and those who had not given protection to Chandrasekharan inspite of being told that he was constantly under threat must also be booked.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Ex-CPI(M) activist T P Chandrasekharan hacked to death

In a shocking incident fraught with political overtones, leader of Revolutionary Marxist Party T P Chandrasekharan, who was expelled from CPI(M) a few years back, was attacked and killed by unidentified assailants at Vallikkad near Vatakara in Kozhikode district on Friday night.

According to police, 50-year-old Chandrasekharan was attacked by assailants who came by a car while he was riding a
motorcycle alone. Country-made bombs were hurled at him and when he fell off the motorcycle, he was hacked to death with
sharp weapons.

Condemning the incident, leaders of the Congress-led UDF alleged that CPI(M) workers could be behind the murder as
Chandrasekharan had been an irritant to the party leadership in their stronghold Onjiyam for quite some time.

CPI(M) District Secretary T P Ramakrishan, however, refuted the allegation.

'Our party has nothing to do with this incident. We are opposed to this type of violence', Ramakrishnan said.

Chandrasekharan began his political career as an activist of the CPI(M)'s campus wing SFI. He later became a whole-timer
of the party in its stronghold.

Chandrasekharan was once known as a supporter of senior leader V S Achuthanandan and was said to have incurred the
wrath of the faction loyal to the party state Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan.

Home Miniter Thiruvanchur Radhakrishan condemned the incident and said an effective investigation would be conducted and culprits brought to book.

Union Minister of State for Home Mullapally Ramachandran expressed profound grief at the murder of Chandrasekharan.

Socialist Janata Democratic leader M P Veerendra Kumar expressed shock at the incident. PTI

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Rakhi Sawant is the new ooh la la girl!


There is good news for all Rakhi Sawant fans. According to recent reports, Rakhi Sawant is all set to play Silk Smitha in the Bengali version of The Dirty Picture. The film is being directed by Shatabdi Roy and is produced by Tapas Paul.

Speaking to a leading daily, Rakhi Sawant said, “Vidya has played a character representing our community (the item girls) and when an original item girl gets to play the role, it ought to look real and jaw dropping. I will definitely beat Vidya on this. I am pretty excited to do bold scenes, bed scenes and the movie will also have long smooches ever. Main sabse zyaada kam kapde pehenungi.”

The blabbermouth added, “Vidya Balan hasn’t done anything in The Dirty Picture. I will do better and hotter scenes in the Bengali remake. Even Vidya will be surprised after seeing my character. I will be better than her. The sari is meant to be taken off in films, not worn. Films become a hit because of this, not because of stars.”

Bank fails to offer loan, nursing student commits suicide


Kottayam: A student who attempted suicide for not getting an educational loan, died here on Monday. Sruthi (20), daughter of Srikanth and Bindu, hailing from Kottayam Kudamaloor Gopika, was the deceased. Sruthi was a second year BSc nursing student at the Chaitanya Nursing College at Tirupati.

When Sruthi got admission in 2010, she applied for an educational loan at a private bank at Pulinchuvadu. Relatives say that the bank officials had kept delaying the loan citing varied reasons.

Sruthi had to pay Rs 80,000 as college fees. They had paid Rs 30,000 as first instalment from their own pocket. Sruthi was very dejected as she was unable to deposit the fees for the second year and was being pulled up by the college authorities. Though she had approached the bank several times, the bank failed to sanction her loan.

With not able to pay the fees in the second year, Sruthi discontinued her studies and returned home. She consumed poison on April 17 and attempted suicide. She was under treatment at the ISU ward of the Kottayam Medical College Hospital and passed away on Monday at about 7.40 am.

The body of Sruthi will be laid to rest on Monday evening after post mortem. Police have booked a case against the bank officials. To protest against Sruthi's death, the CPM had called for a hartal at the Kudamaloor panchayat.

Though Sruthi belonged to the sixth ward of Ayamanam panchayat, they sought a loan from a private bank at Pulinchuvadu. Relatives say that bank officials had even told them to seek loan from any other branch.
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