Sunday, March 27, 2011

Next Chief Minister of Kerala?

Whom do you want to see as next Chief Minister of Kerala? Should that be V S Achuthanandan or be Oommen Chandy or be Ramesh Chennithala or  be Kodiyeri Balakrishnan? You decide...
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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Kerala Election 2011 – Predict the Winners – From These VIP Constituencies

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Pick your winners for Kerala Assembly Elections 2011 from few of the VIP constituencies across Kerala.
Vattiyoorkavu
K Muraleedharan (INC); Cheriyan Philip (CPI-M IND); V V Rajesh (BJP);
Nemom
O Rajagopal (BJP); V Sivankutty (CPI-M); Charupara Ravi (SJD)
Kottarakara
Aisha Potti (CPI-M); Dr N.N Murali (KC-B)
Chavara
Shibu Baby John (RSP-B); N K Premachandran (RSP)
Haripad
Ramesh Chennithala (INC); G Krishna Prasad (CPI)
Cherthala
Gouri Amma (JSS);  P Thilothaman (CPI-M)
Puthupally
Omman Chandy (INC); Suja Susan George (CPI-M)
Pala
K M Mani (KC-M); Mani C Kappan (NCP)
Thodupuzha
P J Joseph (KC-M);  Joseph Augustine (CPI-M – IND)
Eranakulam
Hibi Eden (INC); Sebastian Paul (CPI-M- IND)
Paravur
V D Satheeshan (INC); Paniyan Ravindran (CPI)
Nenmara
M V Raghavan (CMP); V Chenthamarakshan (CPI-M)
Malampuzha
V S Achuthanandan (CPI-M); Lathika Subash (INC)
Vengara
P K Kunjalikutty (IUML); K P Ismail (INL)
Thalassery
Kodiyeri Balakrishnan (CPI-M); Rigil Makutty (INC)
Kannur
A P Abdullakutty (INC); Kadanapally Ramachandran (Congress-S)
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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Desi Professors in US – Some Random Thoughts


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Last week a girl, who just got an admit for Spring 2010, came to my house to talk to my wife and me about the graduate program she was about to join. Her eyes lit up when she told me that she had applied for assistantship with two desi professors. The way her eyes lit up was exactly the same way my eyes lit up when I saw the name of a desi professor while I was applying in graduate school during 2001. After I got admit I used to send emails and resume from India to desi professors thinking that they will help me out. As soon as I landed in my school the first piece of advice I got from the seniors here was “Working with desi professor – keep that as a last option if nothing else works out”. I have seen few good desi professors but lot of them are extremely tough to work with. So it was my time to pass the baton of advice to that girl -“Working with desi professor – keep that as a last option if nothing else works out!”
Desi professors know the helplessness of most of the Indian students (especially with funding and visa) who come here to study, as they were in their shoes a few years back and they exploit it very well. These professors know that an Indian student is not going to complain if he is paid for 10 hours and made to work for 40 hours.
One of my roommates was working with a desi professor. That professor works six days a week and 10 hours a day. Only day he takes off is Saturday and he expects his students to be in lab all the time he is in office. In this age of internet and instant messaging, if he finds that a student is not in his lab, he writes a small note and posts it in the lab and goes back to his office. My roommate took one Sunday off and the professor promptly wrote a note on his desk around noon. My friend saw that note on Monday and when he met him the professor shouted at my friend for over 30 minutes. He did not even care to listen to my friend. It is all together a different story that my friend left that professor and joined another professor for rest of his Masters.
I have seen some desi professors having their weekly lab meeting at Friday night after 7pm. One of my roommates, working with a desi professor always had the lab meeting either on Friday or Saturday night. Another worst thing – this professor will call my friend any time of the day or night and ask him to come to the lab – it doesn’t matter even if it is 10 at night. I am not sure if that same professor could have done something similar to an American student.
I have seen so many stuffs in the seven years of my school where desi professors treat Indian students with total disrespect and disregard to their feelings. Very rarely I have seen such an attitude from an American professor. They always treat every student with equal respect.
Would like to know your opinion and thoughts on this subject….
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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Dedicated to All International Students in USA

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I came across these videos from Columbia Business School made for the International Student Orientation. This is a presentation made by Dan Fishel, an Israeli student who came to US in student visa three years earlier. I could relate to each and every word he spoke as it echoes my life during the first few months in US. For those who came to US earlier in F-1 visa I can assure you that these videos below show your life and mental state during the initial days in US. For those who are planning to come to US this is a great video that helps you overcome personal, social and academic difficulties you will face in the initial few months in US as international student. 
I like to hear from you, especially from those of you who have completed their studies in US as an international student, about this video. How close was your life to the situations mentioned by Dan in this video?
Now here is a video that summarizes everything you should be doing to get an admit in US for Masters
Also Read: A to Z of Graduate Study in US
My Article in The Hindu
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Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2011 - Latest Updates

Visit this page for the latest political news of Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections. Last Updated: 10:00 PM IST, 2nd May
Exit Poll  - Headlines Today-ORG Poll
Even though Election Commission has banned publishing of exit polls till May 12th, India today on their website published an exit poll...
Salient Features - Neck to neck fight in Tamil Nadu... This exit poll predicts DMK lead ministry in Tamil Nadu, UDF led government in Kerala and hang assembly in Assam.Read more here
UPA Committed to Sethusamudram Project
Assuring his commitment to Sethusamudram project and Tirupur woes, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday sought a fresh mandate to DMK-Congress combine, praising Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi's visionary leadership. Continue Reading
I am not corrupt -Jayalalitha to NDTV

Vijayakanth Stays Away from Jayalalitha's rally
In a major setback to AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa, key ally and DMDK chief Vijayakanth today skipped a joint rally in Coimbatore. Continue Reading

List of Constituencies and Candidates for Tamil Nadu elections
please visit http://myneta.info/tamilnadu2011/

TNCC president K V Thangkabalu to contest from Mylapore
Tamil Nadu Congress committee president K V Thangkabalu to contest from Mylapore on Congress(I) ticket after his wife Jayanthi Thangkabalu filing was rejected due to incomplete documentation. Apparently this has miffed congress party workers who allege that Mr.Thangkabalu used back door entry to contest TN polls.

MDMK not to contest assembly polls
In a shocking development, MDMK decides not to contest assembly elections in Tamil Nadu,Puducherry. MDMK leader Vaiko ran out of options as AIADMK offered only 13 seats after all the coalitions were formed. Vaiko is going to find it hard to keep the party together after this.





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Friday, March 11, 2011

Kerala Election 2011 – Funny Cartoons & Posters Going Around

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This is the first election to the Kerala Assembly after social media has gain prominence. Social media is full of posters and cartoons either supporting a political party or teasing the other party. I will be compiling all those funny cartoons and posters I come across in this space till the elections are over. if you find anything interesting please send it over to me @ brijeshnairan(at)gmail(dot)com to publish it here.
N.B. I am just compiling those posters and cartoons under one roof and the author of this blog does not endorse the viewpoints presented. Please don't give any "political color" to any of the cartoons/posters in this post. Just enjoy the fun part of it!!!
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Below is the compilation of photos of all Congress candidates done by "Indian National Congress Facebook Forum"


The below cartoon came in Kerala Kaumudi dated 24th March.


A poster going around in Orkut and Facebook among UDF supporters
Few more cartoons from Sunil Raj

Koni Keniyakumooo?


I got this today in email. I am not sure where it was first published originally but it is superb. Kudos to the creator of this cartoon.

Below is a cartoon by Sunil Raj
First referral appeal by a batsman...(for a clean bowld...)
The cartoon below appeared in the online edition of Malayala Manorama dated 17th of March



Now see who made the poster below...CPI(M) Orkut PB!!!
N.B. I am just compiling those posters and cartoons under one roof and the author of this blog does not endorse the viewpoints presented. Please don't give any "political color" to any of the cartoons/posters in this post. Just enjoy the fun part of it!!!
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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Kerala Elections 2011– Constituencies/Candidates

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Elections to the Kerala Assembly will be held on April 13th. The peculiarity of this election is it is for the first time Kerala goes to assembly polls with the newly constituted constituencies. Kerala has 2,24,32,865 eligible voters with Aramula constituency having the maximum number of voters (2,00,954) while Kozhikode South has the minimum number of voters (1,27,010).
See below for the seats contested by each party in UDF and LDF for this election
         UDF                       LDF 
Congress
82

CPI(M)
93
IUML
24

CPI
27
KC (M)
15

JD(S)
5
SJD
6

RSP
4
KC (J)
3

NCP
4
JSS
4

INL
3
CMP
3

KC(T)
3
KC(B)
2

Congress(S)
1
RSP(B)
1



Latest Updates
CMP announced the list of 3 candidates - March 25th
SJD announced the list of 5 candidates - March 23rd
Indian National Congress(INC) announced the list of 80 candidates-March 22nd
KC (Jacob) announced the list of 3 candidates - March 22nd
KC (Mani) announced the list of 15 candidates - March 21st
IUML announces the list of remaining 2 candidates - March 20th
CPI announces the list of remaining 4 candidates - March 19th
CPI(M) announces the list of 91 candidates - March 18th
JSS announces the list of 4 candidates - March 18th
IUML announces candidates to 22 constituencies - March 17th
CPI announced candidates to 23 seats - March 16th
JD(U) announced 2 candidates each - March 16th
RSP, NCP & Kerala Congress (Thomas) announced its candidates - March 14th
BJP announced first list of its candidates...March 11th

Constituency
BJP
LDF
UDF


Candidates
Candidate
Candidate
1
Manjeshwar
K Surendran
C H Kunjambu (CPM)
P V Abdul Razaq (IUML)
2
Kasaragod
Jayalakshmi Butt
Aziz Kadappuram (INL)
N A Nellikunnu (IUML)
3
Uduma
 B. Sunitha
K Kunjuraman (CPM)
 C K Sridharan (INC)
4
Kanhangad
Madikai Kammaran
E Chandrasekharan (CPI)
 M C Jose (INC)
5
Trikkaripur

K Kunjiraman (CPM)
Faizal (INC)
6
Payyannur
C K Rameshan Master
C Krishnan (CPM)
Brijesh Kumar (INC) 
7
Kalliasseri
Srikanth Varma
T V Rajesh (CPM)
Indira (INC) 
8
Taliparamba

James Mathew (CPM)
Job Michael ( KC-M)
9
Irikkur
M G Ramakrishnan
 P Santhosh Kumar (CPI)
K C Joseph (INC) 
10
Azhikode

Prakashan Master (CPM)
M K Shaji (IUML)
11
Kannur

Kadanappally (Cong-S) 
A P Abdullakutty (INC) 
12
Dharmadom

K K Narayanan (CPM)
Choorayi Chandran (CMP) 
13
Thalassery
V Rathnakaran
Kodiyeri Balakrishnan (CPM)
Rigil Makutty (INC) 
14
Koothuparamba  

S A Puthiyavalappil (INL)
K P Mohanan (SJD) 
15
Mattannur

E P Jayarajan (CPM)

16
Peravoor
P K Velayudhan
K K Shailaja (CPM)
 Sunny Joseph (INC)
17
Mananthavady(ST)
 Irimuttur Kujaman
K C Kunjiraman (CPM)
 P K Jayalakshmi (INC)
18
Sulthanbathery(ST)
 Palliyar Raman
E P Sankaran (CPM)
I C Balakrishnan (INC) 
19
Kalpetta

P A Mohammad (CPM)
MV Shreyas Kumar (SJD) 
20
Vadakara
M P Rajan

 M K Premnath (SJD)
21
Kuttiadi

Lathika (CPM)
Supy Narikateri (IUML)
22
Nadapuram
K P Prakash Babu
E K Vijayan (CPI)
V N Chandran (INC) 
23
Quilandy
T P Jayachandran Master
K Dasan (CPM)
 K P Anil Kumar (INC)
24
Perambra
P Chandrika
K Kunjumohammad Master (CPM)
 Mohammad Iqbal (KC-M)
25
Balusseri(SC)
 T.K. Raman
Purushan Kadalundi (CPM)
 A Balram (INC)
26
Elathur
V V Rajan
A K Sasithran (NCP)
 Sheikh P Harris (SJD)
27
Kozhikode North
P Raghunath
A Pradeep Kumar (CPM)
P V Gangadharan (INC) 
28
Kozhikode South
Jaya Sadananthan
C P Muzhafir Muhammad (CPM)
M K Muneer (IUML)
29
Beypore
K P Sreeshan
Elimaram Karim (CPM)
Adam Mulsi (INC) 
30
Kunnamangalam
CK Padmanabhan
P T A Rahim (IND
U C Raman (IUML)
31
Koduvally
Gireesh Thevalli
M Mehaboob (CPM)
V M Ummar Master (IUML)
32
Thiruvambadi

George M Thomas (CPM)
C Moyinkutty (IUML)
33
Kondotty
 Kumari Sukumaran
T C Noushad (CPM)
K Mohammadunni Haji (IUML)
34
Eranad

Ashraf Ali Kaliyath (CPI)
P K Basheer (IUML)
35
Nilambur

M Thomas Mathew
Aryadan Mohammad (INC)
36
Wandoor (SC)
 Kotheri Ayyappan
V Rameshan (CPM)
 A P Anil Kumar (INC)
37
Manjeri

P Gauri (CPI) 
M Ummer (IUML)
38
Perinthalmanna  
 C.K. Kunju Mohamed
V Sasikumar (CPM)
Manjalamkuzhi Ali (IUML)
39
Mankada

Khadeeja Sathar(CPM)
T A Ahmad Kabir (IUML)
40
Malappuram

Sadiq Madathil (JDU) 
P Ubeydulla (IUML)
41
Vengara

K P Ismail (INL)
P K Kunjalikutty (IUML)
42
Vallikunnu
M Premkumar
Sankaranarayanan (CPM)
K N A Khadhar (IUML)
43
Tirurangadi

 K K Samad (CPI)
P K Abdurab (IUML)
44
Tanur

E Jayan (CPM)
Abdurahman Randathani (IUML)
45
Tirur

P P Abdullakutty (CPM)
C Mammotty (IUML)
46
Kottakkal

Dr C P K Gurukal (NCP)
Abdhul Samat Samadhani (IUML)
47
Tavanur

K T Jaleel (IND
 V V Prakash (INC)
48
Ponnani

P Ramakrishnan (CPM)
P T Ajay Mohan (INC) 
49
Thrithala

P Mammikutty (CPM)
 V T Balram (INC)
50
Pattambi
 P Babu
K P Suresh Raj (CPM) 
C P Mohammad (INC) 
51
Shornur
 V.B. Muraleedharan
K S Saleekha (CPM)
M R Murali (IND
52
Ottappalam
 P Venugopal
M Hamza (CPM)
V K Srikantan (INC) 
53
Kongad (SC)
 V. Devayani
K V Vijayadas (CPM) 
P Swaminathan (INC) 
54
Mannarkad
 O.P. Vasudevan Unni
V Chammunni (CPI) 
N Shamshudeen (IUML)
55
Malampuzha

V S Achuthanathan (CPM)
Lathika Subhash (INC) 
56
Palakkad
Udayabhaskar
 K K Divakaran (CPM)
 Shafi Parambil (INC)
57
Tarur (SC)
 V Suresh
A K Balan (CPM) 
N Vineesh (KC-J) 
58
Chittur
 A.K. Omanakuttan
Subash Chandra Bose (CPM) 
 A Achuthan (INC)
59
Nenmara

V Chenthamarakshan (CPM) 
M V Raghavan (CMP) 
60
Alathur

 M Chandran (CPIM)
Kushalakumar (KC-M) 
61
Chelakkara (SC)

K Radhakrishnan (CPM)
 K B Sasikumar (INC)
62
Kunnamkulam

Babu M Palisherri (CPM)
C P John (CMP) 
63
Guruvayoor

K V Abdul Khadar (CPM)
Ashraf Kokoor (IUML) 
64
Manalur

Baby John (CPM)
P A Madhavan (INC) 
65
Wadakkanchery
 Saju Mon Vattekkad
N R Balan (CPM)
 C N Balakrishnan (INC)
66
Ollur

Rajaji Mathew Thomas (CPI)
 Neji Justin (INC)
67
Thrissur

P Balachandran (CPI)
 T Ramakrishnan (INC)
68
Nattika (SC)
 Sarju Thoyakkav
Geetha Gopi (CPI)
 T N Prathapan (INC)
69
Kaipamangalam
A N Radhakrishnan
V S Sunil Kumar (CPI)
Umesh Challiyil (JSS)
70
Irinjalakuda
 K C Venugopal
K R Vijaya (CPM)
Thomas Unniyadan (KC-M) 
71
Puthukkad
Shoba Surendran
C Raveendranath (CPM)
 K P Vishwanthan (INC)
72
Chalakkudy

B D Devassi (CPM)
K T Benny (INC) 
73
Kodungallur
 I.R. Vijayan
K G Sivananthan (CPI)
 T N Prathapan (INC)
74
Perumbavoor
 O.C. Asokan
Saju Paul (CPM)
Jaison Josepht (INC) 
75
Angamaly
 P. Brahmaraj
Jose Thettayil (JDU)
Johnny Nellor (KC-J)
76
Aluva
 M.N. Gopi
A M Yusuf (CPM)
Anwar Sadath (INC) 
77
Kalamassery
 P. Krishnadas
K Chandran Pillai (CPM)
V K Ibarahim Kunju (IUML)
78
Paravur
 T.S. Purushottaman
Paniyan Ravindran (CPI)
V D Satheeshan (INC) 
79
Vypeen
 Surendran
S Sharma (CPM)
 Ajay Tharayil (INC)
80
Kochi
 K. Sasidharan Master
M C Josephine (CPM)
Dominic Presentation 
81
Tripunithura
 Sabu Varghese
C M Dinesh Mani (CPM)
 K Babu (INC)
82
Ernakulam
 Rajagopal Puthur
Sebastian Paul (CPM IND
 Hybi Eden (INC)
83
Thrikkakara
 N. Sajikumar
M E Hassinar (CPM)
 Benny Behannan (INC)
84
Kunnathunad(SC)
 Ravi Veliyathunadu
M A Surendran (CPM)
 V P Sajendran (INC)
85
Piravom
 M.N. Madhu
M J Jacob (CPM)
T M Jacob (KC-J) 
86
Muvattupuzha
 Jiji Joseph
Babu Paul (CPI)
 Joseph Vazhakkal (INC)
87
Kothamangalam
 Radhakrishnan
Scaria Thomas (KC-T)
T U Kuruvilla (KC-M) 
88
Devikulam (SC)

S Rajendran (CPM)
 A K Mani (INC)
89
Udumbanchola
 N. Narayan Raju
K K Jayachandran (CPM)
 Jessy Sebastian (INC)
90
Thodupuzha
 P.M. Velayudan
Joseph Augustine (CPM)
P J Joseph (KC-M) 
91
Idukki

C V Varghese (CPM)
Roshy Augustine (KC-M) 
92
Peerumade

E S Bijimol (CPI)
E M Augusthy (INC) 
93
Palai
Vijayakumar
Mani C Kappan (NCP)
K M Mani (KC-M) 
94
Kaduthuruthy
P G Biju Kumar
Stephen George (IND
Monce Josept (KC-M) 
95
Vaikom (SC)
 Ramesh K Mattom
K Ajith (CPI)

96
Ettumanoor
 V.G. Gopakumar
K Suresh Kurup (CPM)
Thomas Chazikadan (KC-M)
97
Kottayam
 Narayanan N
V N Vasavan (CPM)
T Radhakrishnan (INC) 
98
Puthuppally
D Sunil Kumar
Suja Susan George (CPM)
 Omman Chandy (INC)
99
Changanassery
M B Rajagopal
Dr B Iqbal (CPM)
C F Thomas (KC-M) 
100
Kanjirappally

Suresh T Nair (CPI)
N Jayaraj (KC-M) 
101
Poonjar
 K.M. Santosh
Mohan Thomas (IND
P C George (KC-M) 
102
Aroor
P Sajith Lal
M A Arif (CPIM)
A A Shakoor (INC) 
103
Cherthala

 P Thilothaman (CPI)
K R Gouri Amma (JSS)
104
Alappuzha
 K Unnikrishnan
Thomas Issac (CPM)
P J Mathew (INC) 
105
Ambalapuzha

G Sudhakaran (CPM)
M Liju (INC) 
106
Kuttanad

Thomas Chandi (NCP)
Dr K C Joseph (KC-M) 
107
Haripad

G Krishna Prasad (CPI)
 Ramesh Chennithala (INC)
108
Kayamkulam

C K Sadasivan (CPM)
 M Murali (INC)
109
Mavelikkara(SC)

R Rajesh (CPM)
K K Shaju (JSS)
110
Chengannur

C S Sujatha (CPM)
P C Vishnunath (INC) 
111
Thiruvalla

Mathew T Thomas (JDU)
 Victor T Thomas (KC-M)
112
Ranni
 Suresh Kadambari
Raju Abraham (CPM)
 Philipose Thomas (INC)
113
Aranmula

K C Rajagopal (CPM)
 A Sivadasan Nair (INC)
114
Konni

 M S Rajendran (CPIM)
 Adoor Prakash (INC)
115
Adoor (SC)
 K.K. Sasi
 Chitayam Gopakumar (CPI)
 Pandalam Sudhakaran (INC)
116
Karunagappally
M Suresh
C Divakaran (CPI)
A N Rajan Babu (JSS)
117
Chavara
Nalini Sankaramangalam
N K Premachandran (RSP)
 Shibu Babu John (RSP)
118
Kunnathur (SC)
 Raji Prasad
Kovoor Kunjumon (RSP)
 P K Ravi (INC)
119
Kottarakkara
Vayakkal Madhu
Aisha Potti (CPM)
N N Murali (KC –B)
120
Pathanapuram
Subhash Pattali
K Rajagopal (CPM)
K B Ganesh Kumar (KC(B))
121
Punalur
B Radhamani
K Raju (CPI)
 Johnson Abraham (INC)
122
Chadayamangalam
 Saju
Mullakara Ramachandran (CPI)
Shahida Kamal (INC) 
123
Kundara
Vellimon Dileep
M A Baby (CPM)
P Germias (INC) 
124
Kollam
G Hari
P K Gurudasan (CPM)
 K C Rajan (INC)
125
Eravipuram
Pattathanam Babu
A A Aziz (RSP)
P K K Baba (IUML) 
126
Chathannur
Kizhakannell Sudhakaran
G S Jayalal (CPI)
Bindu Krishna (INC) 
127
Varkala

A A Rahim (CPM)
Varkala Kahar (INC) 
128
Attingal (SC)

B Satyan (CPM)
Thankamani Divakaran (INC) 
129
Chirayinkeezhu  

V Sasi (CPI)
 Vidhyadharan (INC)
130
Nedumangad

P Ramachandran Nair (CPI)
Palode Ravi (INC) 
131
Vamanapuram

Koliakodu Krishnan Nair (CPM)
 C Mohanachandran (INC)
132
Kazhakoottam
J R Padmakumar
C Ajayakumar (CPM)
 M A Vahid (INC)
133
Vattiyoorkavu
V V Rajesh
Cheriyan Philip (CPM-IND)
K Muralidharan (INC) 
134
Thiruvananthapuram
B K Sekhar
V Surendran Pillai (KC-T)
V S Sivakumar (INC) 
135
Nemom
O Rajagopal
V Sivankutty (CPM)
Charupara Ravi (SJD) 
136
Aruvikkara

A Sreedharan Nair (RSP)
 G Karthikeryan (INC)
137
Parassala

Anavoor Nagappan (CPM)
A T George (INC) 
138
Kattakkada
P K Krishnadas
Jaya Dally (IND)
N Shaktan (INC) 
139
Kovalam

Jameela Prakasam JD(U)
George Mercier (INC) 
140
Neyyattinkara

R Selvaraj (CPM)
Thampanoor Ravi (INC) 

Kerala Election Special – What Leaders have to Say

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