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“The fight will go on,” said Captain Lakshmi Sahgal one day in 2006, sitting in her crowded Kanpur clinic where, at 92, she still saw patients every morning. She was speaking on camera to Singeli Agnew, a young filmmaker from the Graduate School of Journalism, Berkeley, who was making a documentary on her life.
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Son of Shri K. Sreenarayanan and Smt. V.T. Saraswathy; born on 21st May 1978; B.Sc., B.Tech, L.L.B and M.B.A; Advocate, Social and Political Worker.
Was University Union Councillor, Sreekrishna College, Guruvayoor (1997) and Government Engineering College, Thrissur (2001); Senate Member, University of Calicut (1999-2000 and 2006-2007); Editor, KSU State Kalasala (2007-2008); State Secretary, Youth Congress (2009-2010).
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"All about Kudallur..", may be the best tag regarding this book .. because each and evey page of this book says something unheard and amazing on Kudallur. Like the name suggests, its a look back to the ways through which Kudallur came through. And also remembering the great icons whose achievements and efforts which brought remarkable changes the village.. Social, cultural, natural and historic aspects of the village are well covered in this book. The book is released as a part of Government U .P.School Silver Jubilee Celebrations.
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The online system for submission of application forms for Ration Cards has gone live across Kerala from September 01, 2010. e-Services of Ration Cards is a service provided by the Department of Civil Supplies, government of Kerala for the citizen to avail the ration card services on-line from anywhere.
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Oppol - A story written by MT Vasudevan Nair
Oppol, his elder sister, was crying.
Appu did not like to see Oppol cry. She was crying with her head pressed against the windowsi l l, in the northern room. She cried and cried, all the time! Perhaps Valiamma had scolded her. Valiamma used to scold Appu as well. But he never cried, he would just feel angry. If he were as big as Oppol, he would have shown Valiamma! Grown-up as she was, Oppol listened silently when she was scolded. Her face would darken with sorrow. Her eyes would fill with tears. When he saw this happen, Appu would usually leave the place quietly.