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About Left Democratic Front

Left Democratic Front (LDF) is a Kerala, India-centric political party. It is currently the political party in power in Kerala. In March 09, Rahul Gandhi who campaigned in Kerala said the LDF has failed to use the Central Government help extended to the state.

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Petrol Price Hike: Congress, Opposition trade charges as public protests (Update)
Protests and demonstrations across the country on Thursday appeared to place the Manmohan Singh Government on the back foot over its decision to hike petrol prices by over Rs.7 a litre.

Antony hails voters contribution in UDF win in Kerala assembly constituency
Defence Minister and serious Congress party leader A.K. Antony on Wednesday praised voters for helping the ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) to win elections in Kerala's Piravam assembly constituency.

PM asks Bansal to resolve Mullaperiyar Dam issue
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Friday informed that Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has instructed him to hold a meeting with officials of both Kerala and Tamil Nadu and seek an early resolution of the controversy surrounding the Mullaperiyar Dam.

Kerala CM Chandy meets PM, Sonia over Mullaperiyar Dam controversy
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy met Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi here on Friday to discuss the issue surrounding the Mullaperiyar Dam.

Mullaperiyar Dam row: Tamil Nadu lawmakers protest against spread of propaganda
Lawmakers from Tamil Nadu staged a demonstration outside the Parliament here on Thursday in protest against the alleged spread of propaganda against the Mullaperiyar Dam by their counterparts from neighbouring Kerala state.

Kerala CM Chandy insists on decommissioning Mullaperiyar Dam, building new one
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has insisted on decommissioning the British-built Mullaperiyar Dam and constructing a new one to banish all fears of either his state or neighbouring Tamil Nadu benefiting exclusively from the present one.

Kerala leaders visit Mullaperiyar
With protests intensifying in Kerala over the Mullaperiyar Dam issue, top leaders of the state visited the site on Wednesday to take stock of the ongoing situation.

CPI (M) to discuss poll debacle in Hyderabad
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has begun a crucial meeting today to discuss the party's poll debacle that ended its 34-year rule in West Bengal.

Kerala Cabinet to be expanded today
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will expand his Cabinet with the induction of 13 ministers here today.

Kerala CM Chandy decides to bring down petrol prices
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has decided to bring down petrol prices by one rupee twenty two paise in the state by forgoing the tax component due to the state from the recent hike.

Oommen Chandy sworn in as Kerala CM
Congress veteran Oommen Chandy was on Wednesday sworn in as the Chief Minister of Kerala.

Oommen Chandy to be sworn in as Kerala CM tomorrow
Congress veteran Oommen Chandy will be sworn in as the Chief Minister of Kerala on Wednesday

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