1. Kerala minister turns newspaper vendor

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    Finally Kerala shows its will against arbitrary strikes. Upset over the indefinite strike by newspaper agents, many government employees and regular newspaper readers have taken to distributing newspapers in their offices and neighbourhood. Even Kerala’s social welfare minister M K Muneer joined in and distributed newspapers in Kozhikode. Supporting him...
  2. Telangana’s manufacturing losses

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    By M S Hussain   `The Hindu Business Line’ reports in its 11 July edition that Hinduja Foundries Limited has cancelled its proposal to set up a greenfield castings factory in Toopran in Medak district, because of the ‘Telangana problem’. Instead of a new plant at Toopran, the company is planning...
  3. Kerala’s love affair with Sridevi, booze and Inquilab!

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    Lottery is big business in Kerala. On every major street, you will find old Ambassadors, tricycles and corner shops with beedi-smoking men selling tickets by the dozens. And you have men on Hercules cycles bringing lottery tickets to every Keralite’s doorstep. And they all have the same chant – Naale...