Venmani 2014-10-06 19:09:36 News
"നല്ല നീല ജീൻസിൽ പൊതിഞ്ഞ നിതംബമുള്ള പ്രിയേ നിൻ പാലോത്ത വാക്കും അകതാരിലലിയുന്ന നോക്കും ചേലൊത്ത കൊങ്കളുമോർത്തുരുകുന്നു ചിത്തം വെയിലെത്തു വച്ച പുതുവെണ്ണയെന്നപോലെ"
Squinted eye 2014-10-06 17:52:48 News
She is going to loose weight and come out of the jail with Jeans on.
Anthappan 2014-10-06 17:50:13 News
We commonly think of Jesus as the founder of Christianity. But, strictly speaking, this is not historically true. Instead, his concern was the renewal of Israel. He created a sectarian revitalization movement within Israel whose purpose was the transformation of the Jewish social world. The relationship between a renewal or revitalization movement and a social world is one of both affirmation and advocacy of change. On the one hand, such movements profess a strong loyalty to an inherited social world or tradition. On the other hand, they claim that present circumstances call for a radical response. The fact that Jesus did not intend to create a new religion but intended the revitalization of his own tradition does not mean that Christianity is a mistake. Rather, Christianity as a religion separated form Judaism came into existence as the result of a historical process which took several decade after his death. Though Christianity continued to affirm its connection to Judaism, the connection was increasingly to the Old Testament rather than to the Jewish people themselves. My point is that there is disconnect between Christ, his purpose and Modern Christianity. Jesus as reformist was always portrayed us son of God and came to save the humanity by getting crucified on the cross. This was absolutely a twist given to the whole story by crooked religious leaders to maintain the power structure offered by the Old Testament conventional wisdom. The number of Christians in the world does not tell the truth because the truth is hidden in the lie propagated by religion and its leaders. So long as the religious leaders cannot carry the cross and follow Christ no one is going to believe whatever you guys tell. I am very closely watching Pope Francis whether he is going to get crucified or not by his own people for following Christ. He is smoking some of the guardians of prosperity gospel and arousing the devil in them.
Truth man 2014-10-06 17:40:44 News
Dedication is important than education.Work hard to get success 
We will support it not for famous but
For the help to the people
Truth man 2014-10-06 17:32:35 News
In Kerala cheap channels are creating simple things to big matter.
If anyone say in America like this ,the channels ignore them.
Everybody can use their own dress but not vulgar .When we go to church ,we are using church dress,going beech use binkini,
Going to market and wedding party ,we are using different dress.
I have a daughter ,I advise to her all time that wear gentle dress
in the public.The community will not respect you,if you are wearing vulgar dress in the public.American president should wear gentle dress all time .why.....listen
സുദർശൻ 2014-10-06 17:07:36 News
മറ്റുള്ളവർ പുകഴ്ത്തി പറയുന്നത് കേള്ക്കാനാണെല്ലോ പ്രവാസി മലയാളി ഈ പെടാപാട് പെടുന്നത്. ഒരു പക്ഷെ മരിച്ചു കഴിഞ്ഞും അവനെ പുകഴ്ത്തുന്നത് കേൾക്കാൻ അവൻ പുതിയ എന്തെങ്കിലും യന്ത്രങ്ങൾ മരിക്കുന്നതിനു ചെവിക്കത്ത് കുത്തികേറ്റി വയ്ക്കാനും സാധ്യത ഇല്ലാതെ ഇല്ല. മരണാനന്തര ജീവിതം സ്വപ്നം കാണുന്നവരും, പുനർ ജന്മത്തിൽ വിശ്വസിക്കുന്നവരും, മരണാനന്തരം കന്യകമാരോടോത്തു ജീവിക്കാൻ സ്വപ്നം കാണുന്നവരാണെല്ലോ എല്ലാ മത വിശ്വാസികളും. പണമുള്ള പ്രവാസികൾ പിന്നെ വെറുതെ ഇരിക്കില്ലെല്ലോ വിദ്യാധരാ?
Anthappan 2014-10-06 15:52:39 News
The cartoonist and the editor must be fired for this cartoon. New York Times with such reputations should not have published it. More than 80% of Indians living in USA are college graduates. The Indian community is hardworking and pumping billions of dollars of into the economy of this country. Indian's contribution into the field of science, medicine, engineering, Technology, are remarkable and New York times knows this. The expense for Mongalaayen project is ~74 million as opposed to USA's 674 Million dollars they spent for their Mars Space craft. If India has uncorrupted leaders with great vision, India's future will be much greater than many other countries.
Nalini 2014-10-06 15:40:54 News
After reading the comment (CNN)posted by Anthappan, I strongly feel Jeusdas owes an apology to the Malayaalee women for making such a comment. It doesn't make any sense that some people are supporting him for his statements because he is a renowned singer and that is absurd. Malayaalee men's ego usually doesn't allow them to ask for apology from women. This must change.
Narayanan Nair 2014-10-06 15:36:54 News
Very good poem and it is very realistic. The poet's language is very much interesting and tried to touch the heart and dreams of pravasi
കണിയാൻ 2014-10-06 15:22:16 News
തരൂരിനെ വിശ്വസിച്ചു കൂടാ . അയ്യാൾ കാലതാമസം ഇല്ലാതെ കാലും മാറും! ചതിയൻ ചന്തു!
vaayanakkaaran 2014-10-06 13:26:29 News
 ഹൃദയ പ്രകൃതി ആകൃതി സാദൃശ്യം
Holly Cow!!! 2014-10-06 10:19:22 News
« Previous Next »Mars is seen in this image taken by the Indian spacecraft Mangalyaan and released Tuesday, September 30, by the Indian Space Research Organization. The spacecraft will orbit the Red Planet, mapping its surface and studying its atmosphere. (Taken from 'The week in 35 pictures, CNN-dated 10/26/14)
Kuruvilla Abraham 2014-10-06 09:04:41 News
Since living in U S for the last 30 some years,born and vote for congress many times does not restrict me from acknowledging good deeds done by any party.we have to rise to appreciate other person or party if they are doing something good for citizens of India,should be given pat on the shoulder,do good for the nation.
Not fight inside,if you stand shoulder to shoulder,we could have been the China 10 years ago.
Think broad minded not narrow minded,feel ashamed of the party line politics.
Anthappan 2014-10-06 08:15:21 News
The following article go hand in hand with the issue rasied by Mr. Jesudaas. Editor's note: Carol Costello anchors the 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET edition of CNN's "Newsroom" each weekday. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. Join Carol Costello for a discussion Monday at noon ET at www.Facebook.com/CNN (CNN) -- Silly girls. If you didn't show-off your lady parts, you wouldn't be as remotely prone to sexual harassment as you are now. Or worse -- rape. I'm told there are far too many young men with uncontrollable urges. When they feast their eyes upon your barely covered naughty bits, the Neanderthal inside comes roaring to the surface. They just can't help it. The latest volley in the war over so-called slut shaming comes from radio host and ABC contributor, Laura Ingraham. She celebrated a Utah high school for denying girls their homecoming dance because of their "immodest dress." "These are still girls," Ingraham told her radio audience. "And at the same time we're worried about misogynistic behavior ... How about start with the way we appear in public. The way we treat people." Ingraham even posted a question on her Facebook page: "Do you think girls dress in a way that invites trouble?" More than a thousand people "liked" this question, although a refreshing number of people told Ingraham she was "close-minded" and "might as well be working for ISIS." I was tempted to write a comment on her Facebook page myself, but decided to illustrate how ridiculous this question is using common sense -- and, well, facts. Imagine this scenario: A young man is talking with his father about sexual assault. How might that conversation go in a world where you believed girls could provoke boys into attacking them simply by being scantily dressed? Son: "Dad, you were right. I couldn't control myself. She looked so...sexy. I knew she wanted it." Father: "It's okay, son. It's evolution. Men have been tempted since caveman days. She should have covered up. How short was her skirt?" I'm praying most fathers would never dream of raising a son this way. I accept the fact that men are visual. Mike Matthews puts it like this in an article on catholiceducation.org "....The fact is, it doesn't take much visual stimulus at all for guys to become sexually aroused. The sight of the female body, even just a little bit and even if it's a complete stranger, can trigger sexual thoughts instantly. This might be difficult for women to understand, but it's absolutely true..." Mike, it isn't difficult for women to understand. In fact, many of us like it. But, sexual arousal doesn't have to lead to sexual violence. As CNN legal analyst Paul Callan told me: "It's insulting to men because it implies that all men are dangerous to women." And that simply isn't true. The average rapist is a violent criminal who craves complete power over his victim. Sometimes he gets a sexual charge out of it and sometimes he doesn't. And it has little to do with what a woman looks like and everything to do with violent, criminal tendencies. Parents: Help end this nightmare 'Don't put your effing hands on me' Graham 'was going to change the world' What led up to Graham's disappearance? Of course, in a rapist's twisted mind, the woman he brutalizes is always to blame. Linda Fairstein, who prosecuted sex crimes for 30 years in New York City says, "Sexual assault is the only crime in the book, literally, where the offender repeatedly blames the victim. I've ... had men who attacked 5-year-old girls who've said, 'she climbed on my lap and she was very sexy and I thought she was inviting me to touch her.'" Hardcore facts? Gladly. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 1 in 4 rapes take place in the victim's home. Two in 10 rapes take place at the home of a friend, neighbor or relative. And almost two-thirds of all rapes are committed by someone the victim already knows. Don't think a short skirt provoked these men to rape. That leaves us with stranger-rape. Let's look at the case of Hannah Graham, the UVA student who disappeared after, police say, she met Jesse Matthew. Matthew is charged with abduction with intent to defile. Experts say there are two things a rapist looks for when he tracks a victim: opportunity and vulnerability. We know Graham was wearing a midriff-baring top and tight jeans. Was whoever kidnapped her attracted to her for that reason? Or was it because she was lost and vulnerable and, allegedly met up with Matthew, police believe -- a man many friends describe as the "gentlest, kindest person any of us had ever met?" "Whatever happened to her, and I hope it's not the tragedy most of us expect, it isn't because of anything she did other than trust the person she was with," Fairstein said. I have covered many rape trials during my career. Some survivors were gorgeous, others plain, some were young, others elderly. Some were attacked while wearing jeans and a T-shirt, others while wearing jogging clothes or heavy coats. Some were children. Yet this silly myth persists: That somehow, provocative clothing invites predatory behavior. "We, as a culture, like to blame the victim because it makes us feel safe," says Liz Roberts, the deputy CEO and chief program officer at Safe Horizon, a rape crisis center in New York City. She told me we all, women included, have a subconscious belief that if women just did all the right things, like dressing modestly, then we would never be raped. Sadly, it's just not true. So enough with questions like: "Do you think girls dress in a way that invites trouble?" Such questions only give rapists what they're looking for: an excuse for violence.
Dr Padmanabhan 2014-10-06 08:10:18 News
The New York Times conveniently forgot the fact that there is s good percentage of NASA scientists, Doctors, engineers in the US coming from India and other Asian countries and yet such a ridiculing cartoon!