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Karunakaran floats new party

May 01, 2005 15:27 IST
Last Updated: May 01, 2005 20:10 IST


Dissident Congress leader K Karunakaran on Sunday floated a new party splitting the Congress in Kerala.

The new party has been named the National Congress Indira.

Karunakaran made the announcement at the workers' convention of his faction in Thrissur.

Karunakaran's son Muraleedharan, who was suspended from the Congress recently, will be the new party's president.


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Sub: Helps left front

As usual the new party will help left to come back to power in next Assembly election. Cong has to gift something to the left ...


Posted by Pinto





Sub: Good Riddance

The departure of Karunakaran and his croonies will do a lot of good to the ruling government. They can now concentrate on governance. People are ...


Posted by VKSathyajit





Sub: Black Leg

Karunakaran's one point agenda in politics is 'self aggradisement'. He won the title "Black Leg" (Karingali in Malayam) while he was leading the workers' union ...


Posted by T.P. Viswanathan





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This message is for the editor: Dear Sir, In such a superb website, "www.rediff.com", why are you giving so much importance to a politician, who ...


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Sub: End of Karunakaran Family

Karunakaran is famouse for these type of tactics. This is the last one.


Posted by VIJAYAKUMAR M




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