articles by A Harikumar


Sister Lucy Kalappurakkal says Church strategy is to discredit her, as 'a lie told hundred times becomes truth'

The Church’s powers-that-be unite against dissenters and critics, Sister Lucy alleged, pointing out that her dismissal from her congregation was greeted with press releases from Kerala bishops, who welcomed her ouster.


Dileep denied bail by Kerala High Court: Loss of stardom for actor as jail stay continues?

The Kerala High Court denied bail to Mollywood superstar Dileep on Monday, 24 July 2017, in connection with the alleged abduction and assault of a popular Malayalam actress dating to February this year.


As Dileep returns to jail, conspiracy theories abound in the press and on social media

The case against Dileep is being fought as much on social media and the mainstream press, as it is in court


Dileep's arrest: Associates uneasy as police probe deepens; actor's financial dealings under scrutiny

The ripples of Dileep's arrest are being felt all across the Malayalam film industry


Dileep's arrest: What this means for actor's career, Malayalam film industry and Kerala politics

Mollywood is looking at a loss of Rs 100 crore after Dileep's arrest — a big amount for the relatively tiny film industry


Malayalam actress assault case: Dileep, Nadirshah questioned by police; spotlight on industry

The recent developments in the Malayalam actress assault case has exposed a nexus among Money launderers, criminals, politician and film stars of Mollywood. The question is will the police act?


IDSFFK 2017: politicians, filmmakers stage protest against I&B Ministry on closing day

International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala saw participants declaring solidarity with the three filmmakers who were denied to screen their films.


IDSFFK 2017: On day four, a documentary on the plight of the transgender community takes centrestage

Avalilekkulla Dooram was one of the highlights of day four of the 10th edition of International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala (IDSFFK) at Thiruvananthapuram


IDSFFK 2017 Day 3: Supriyo Sen's Our Grandparents' Home, Survery Number Zero in spotlight

Highlights from the International Documentary and Short Story Film Festival in Kerala (IDSFFK), on its day 3.


IDSFFK 2017 Day 2: Urvashi Butalia's The Books We Made, Bleeding Hearts stand out as highlights

Campus section dominated the second day of the International Documentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala with films like Bleeding Hearts and Arrow of Time.


IDSFFK 2017: Kerala govt expresses support for banned films; vows to protect democratic dissent

At the inauguration of the 10th edition of the IDSFFK, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said, “We are committed to protect the secular and democratic ethos of India."