ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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KERALA-League in Turmoil

KERALA League in Turmoil THE stresses and strains of 1973 ended in glory for Kerala when its youthful football team lifted the Santosh Trophy for the first time in its history by defeating Railways in a closely fought match. The day was memorable not for the magnificent victory alone, but also for the opportunity it gave people to watch free of cost the largest number of cars, including the latest model Impalas, ever seen in this part of the country, parked in the maidan outside the playground. The elite class of smugglers, black-marketeers, tax-evaders, corrupt bureaucrats and party bosses were there to demonstrate their wealth and prowess ! Meanwhile, the health of the United Front government is causing anxiety. Doctors have seen similar cases lingering indefinitely and at times collapsing unexpectedly. The latest bulletin is hopeful about the patient's recovery as his will to survive continues to be strong The setback this time was due to the efforts of the Muslim League and the CPI to deflate the Youth Congress. The League has its own internal problems. To cover them up, it has to make common cause with some party

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