It seems that the UDF will rebound and the LDF is unlikely to retain the pride of place. That leads us to the possibility of a slender margin no matter who the winner is.
The second wave of COVID-19 is a reality. Many states are facing a crisis because they are unable to contain the second wave of the pandemic.
Easter comes as a great moment of joy when all is well with the world again and God is in his high heavens.
The Congress is focusing its energy on the 31 seats it thinks it could tilt in its favour. The campaign schedules of Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have been prepared with that aim in mind.
The hardening of stand against political rivals is expected to pay dividends in an election season. Neither the CPM nor the government is too concerned about the legal challenges ahead.
Revelations that a yoga guru had facilitated peace talks between the RSS and the CPM in Kerala's Kannur hit the headlines when journalist Dinesh Narayanan's notable book was published.
CPM's decision to field K P Kunhammed Kutty in Kuttiady has surprised the conservatives within the party. For the first time, the party - normally not known to tolerate indiscipline - succumbed to the pressure by its cadre.
The party leadership has tried to convince the district committees by pointing out the leadership gap that contributed to its rout in West Bengal, where the same set of leaders served as MPs and MLAs for 30 years.
While the increase in the levels of the stock market index is not indicative of economic fundamentals, this definitely offers pointers to a few positive developments as far as the outlook for our economy is concerned.
Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Isaac to continue efforts to boost growth, job generation and welfarism.