Villagers Break Party Line to Bring Home Road

22 May 2016

THENUR (Kerala): In April 2016, three Scheduled Caste colonies in rural Palakkad announced that they would boycott the Assembly election scheduled for May. The colonies—Kurunkaad, Vattappallam, and Pulleparambu—are caught between a double-line railway track and […]


Political Advertising in 2016 Assembly Election

23 April 2016

The national highway between Palakkad and Vadakkenchery is punctuated with corporate-style flex boards of the three political fronts — the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF), the Marxist-led Left Democratic Front (LDF), and the Bharatiya Janata Party […]

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