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After a respite for a decade,  is Sri Lanka once again in for agonizing news of skirmshes and ill-will as before?  The terror attacks on Easter day raise concerns in this direction.  

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Kerala is all set to play its part tomorrow in the most crucial elections of the country to date.  It is an opportunity to part with a regime that has completed its term after striking at the very root of India socially and culturally,  after wrecking national economy  through corruption,  favouritism and flawed policies.  Armed with the arrogance of a brute majority won in 2014 with enticing promises including of 15 lakh rupees to every citizen,  its mere numerical strength emboldened  the government  and its backers to work on its own whim a

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When the 18-year old Rehat Hama- Aziz from Halabja in the autonomous region of Kurdistan, in northern Iraq,  played his clarinet  presented to him by his father, to a musical marvel,  that came to be celebrated by the media as the solace and aspiraton of a country.  Accolades poured in for him at a  very young age.   Most recently, he won the coveted Rwanga Award too.  Still,  instead of the serene path of a music-bound life,  he chose the path of death.   

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News of two ambulances that drove at breakneck speed from Mengaluru and Perinthalmann to Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram respectively,  carrying infants that needed emergency surgery,  has been shared by Keralites wih pride.  The 17-day old baby of the couple Sania-Mithah from Kasargode was the first to be transferred to Kochi on Tuesday,  while the ambulance carrying the three-day infant of Najad and Irfana from Perinthalmanna zoomed off Thiruvananathapuram. 

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A very hot topic of discussion in Tamil Nadu is an incident in which cash worth 11 crore rupees was seized from a cement warehouse of a DMK worker,  which the owner himself admitted was meant for disbursement among voters,  as also the cancellation of polling in Vellore constituency following the haul.  

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For all its shortcomings,  the elections in Israel can be credited with having removed all its masks.  They have proved what that country has become under a Zionist rule.  The fifth term given to its incumbent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu represents an open declaration that human rights violations and flouting of international law are in the very DNA of the Zionist nation.

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The military of the country is commissioned with its task that contributes to the security and welfare of the people of the democratic country that is India.    The soldiers stand guard of the country with open eyes and ears,  in mountain range,  desert borders and sea shores,  during war and peace to ensure our secrutiy.  Thousands from the forces lost their lives in the mission,  leaving lakhs of children orphans. 

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Jallianwala Bagh  is the name of a massacre etched in blood in the history of India's freedom struggle.  Tomorrow will mark hundred years from that incident of 13 April 1919. 

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Wayanad is a Lok Sabha constituency in Kerala where Muslim League has a crucial force.  With the advent of Congress President Rahul Gandhi as a candidate there,  BJP,  the protagonist of Congress at the national level,  and Congress's main Kerala rival CPM have come out against the impropriety of ties between Congress and League.  

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Karingozhakkal Mani Mani who straddled Kerala's political spectrum for over half a century,  has passed away.   Mani was one of the rare political genuises who survived the thorn-strewn paths of pragmatic-parliamentary politics,  always winning a position in the front row of the state's politics. 

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