വിട്യാധരൻ2014-03-26 08:51:32 Newsകടം മേടിച്ചു ചായ കുടിച്ചിട്ട് കാശ് കൊടുക്കാത്ത മലയാളികളെ തല്ലികൊന്നു കുഴിച്ചു മൂടിയിട്ട് അവിടെ ചായക്കട തുടങ്ങിയതായിർക്കും. ഇന്ന് രൊക്കം നാളെ മരണം!
Johny Walker2014-03-26 08:42:22 NewsIf he starts selling alcohol then there will be a spiritual encouter!
Jack Daniel2014-03-26 08:16:05 NewsWhy can't he start selling alcohol too?
Anthappan2014-03-26 08:14:18 NewsPlease avoid all the Bishops, Bavas and achen who are lost in the Kingdom of Power, money, corruption, and comfort from this noble cause. It took the Bishop to get Prof. Joseph’s wife to commit suicide to reinstate him in his job. It is amazing to see some of American ,so called Malayalee leaders write garbage and publish it in E-malayaalee to promote these crooks . And, even they are planning to find a crooked Bava from USA (LOL). It is really disgusting to see these morons also taking advantage of the lost sheep with brain differences.
care a day usa 2014-03-26 07:45:32 NewsThank you for great support.Capt. Raju Philip, Care A Day USA
josecheripuram2014-03-26 05:48:17 NewsWho knows the Spirits may join you for a cup of tea or coffee.
andrews-Millennium bible2014-03-26 05:47:39 NewsThank you E- MALAYALEE for this noble effort. Hope all these people fighting for church and political power will learn from you and help people in need.
Gino Kurian2014-03-26 05:46:51 NewsNice article that shown our people's hypocrisy.
Ajith2014-03-26 04:35:22 NewsWe Indian have the tendency to critize our own country when anything bad happens. See the cruelty meted out this young Indian girl in US and how pathetically it is handled. If it had happened to a an American citizen in India what would have been the situation. I was really shocked to read the well written thought provoking article by Jojo of a girls ill fated death. Jojo hats off to you for making it aware to pravasi Indians.
Rama Varma K2014-03-26 03:32:17 NewsRead the beautifully written article. Was shocked to note the attitude of the authorities. I feel "iniyengilum" the malayalees should unite and be - "ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE"
KVRG2014-03-25 23:39:42 NewsAbout twenty five years back when there was a organization called dot busters popped up , as a writer i wrote a similar article in a local publication. The title was " aarkkanithinikke samayam " ( who has time for this kind of activities ) . I selected this title as a person responded to me of my opinion about getting together to fight against organized criminal activities like dots busters. At the same time , i have to tell you guys that this country is far far better than our country India , especially Kerala , the so called nick named Gods Own Counrtry, and in reality , it is Ghosts own Country I hate that stupid guy who gave this name gods own country to kerala.. So first clean your own house before telling others to clean thiers..
B Cherian 2014-03-25 19:57:42 NewsNews media is the common stage to bring the current issues to the public. All news may or may not influence everyone, if someone not interested the matter just ignore it... But they have no right to ask for put a stop on it, please don't be selfish or narrow minded. There are thousands of faithfuls belongs to Malankara Orthodox Church. I appreciate Mr Philips efforts in bringing a social issue of their community for the awareness of the public . May God bless you
thomas koovalloor2014-03-25 19:54:51 NewsJoJo Thomas is the Vice Chairman of JFA. Nice article, JoJo.
I don't think any Malayalee organization can take leadership to get everyone organized because they don't have the balls to inspire others and overcome the hurdles. The clergies are in the business of dividing the people and securing their position by telling lies and jargon . Look at the black clergies how they lead the civil right movement to achieve their goal for the people. A major reason for the black movement’s success was its religious leadership. The Reverends Martin Luther King Jr., Andrew Young, Fred Shuttles worth, Wyatt T. Walker, Joseph Lowery, and Jesse Jackson were just a few of the gifted religious figures who played a national leadership role in the movement. In many instances black clergy became the spokespeople for campaigns articulating the grievances of black people, and they became the strategists who shaped the objectives and methods of the movement that sought to redress those grievances. Furthermore, they were able to win the allegiance of a large number of people and convince them to make great sacrifices for racial justice. Do we have any leaders out their to unite the people under the same umbrella? I don't think so and all these hullabaloo is going to die down