Kerala's LDF clinches rare win in Pala bypoll; Congress, BJP vote share decreases, but experts warn against drawing conclusions
Despite a fall in BJP vote share in the Pala bypoll, which was won by NCP and LDF candidate Mani C Kappen, political analysts are not ready to dismiss the saffron party as a force in the state
Pala Election Results 2019: LDF candidate Mani C Kappan wins Assembly bypoll by margin of 2,943 votes
LDF's Kappan received 54,137 votes while his nearest rival Jose Tom of UDF got 51,194 votes. NDA candidate N Hari received only 1,804 votes.
Congress allots PJ Kurien's Rajya Sabha seat to former ally KC(M), triggers protests from party leaders in Kerala
Congress on Thursday decided to allot the Rajya Sabha seat, which falls vacant with the retirement of senior party leader PJ Kurien, to Kerala Congress (M), triggering strong protest from a section of party leaders in the state.
BJP president Amit Shah offered prayers at the famous Rajarajeswara Temple in Taliparamba.
Amit Shah's Kerala plan: With Janaraksha Yatra, BJP abandons minority outreach, goes in with hard Hindutva
In April 2016, ahead of the Kerala Assembly election, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), attempting to woo minorities—which make up 46 percent of the state—adopted a soft Hindutva line.
Cabinet reshuffle: Alphons Kannanthanam is part of Narendra Modi's 2019 plan, but BJP's Kerala unit feels otherwise
BJP's Kerala is not hopeful that Alphons Kannanthanam will be able to rally Christian support in Kottayam, but if he manages to win, it will be advantage Narendra Modi
Kerala's Left Democratic Front alliance headed for troubled waters as CPI, CPM battle over Munnar eviction, KM Mani
The immediate future of the ruling Left Democratic Front in Kerala seems to be running into a terrible storm with Communist Part of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India (CPI) at each other’s throats like never before.
BJP, which had garnered about 16 percent vote share in the 16 May polls, is upbeat that it has succeeded in opening its account in Kerala Assembly with the victory of former Union minister O Rajagopal.
Kerala MLA PC George is stepping down from the State Assembly and has stated that Mani should follow suit.
Kerala Congress(M) rebel MLA PC George, against whom the party had initiated disqualification proceedings, on Tuesday announced his decision to resign as member of the Legislative Assembly.