പക ഇല്ല ഒട്ടുമേ 2019-11-05 05:19:35 News
ഇല്ല പക, ഒട്ടും ഇല്ല പക. എനിക്ക് പകയുടെ ആവശ്യം ഇല്ല; ചരിത്ര സത്യങ്ങള്‍ വെളിച്ചത്തു കൊണ്ടുവരാന്‍.
അല്ല ഞാന്‍ പെന്തക്കോസ്ത് അല്ല, കത്തോലിക്ക സഭയെ വെറുക്കുന്ന പെന്തക്കോസ്ത് അല്ല.
മനുഷരെ കബളിപ്പിച്ചു ജീവിക്കാന്‍ എനിക്ക് കഴിയില്ല, അതിനാല്‍ സെമിനാരിയില്‍ ചേര്‍ന്നില്ല. സെമിനാരിയില്‍ ചേര്‍ന്നിരുന്നു എങ്കില്‍ ഇപ്പോള്‍ -നിതാന്ത വന്ന്യ ദിവ്യ ശ്രീ ആൻഡ്രൂസ്  മാർ .......എന്നി പേരിൽ  ദേവലോകത്തു വാനിടാമായിരുന്നു!.  ഞാൻ  ഒരു സഭയുടെയോ മതത്തിൻ്റെയോ അനുയായിയോ അംഗമോ അല്ല.
 കത്തോലിക്ക സഭ മാത്രം അല്ല, ഇന്ന് കാണുന്ന എല്ലാ സഭകളും, എല്ലാ മതങ്ങളും കെട്ടു  കഥകളിൽ നിന്ന്  മെനഞ്ഞു ഉണ്ടാക്ക പെട്ടവ ആണ്.
 സത്യത്തെ  അന്വേഷിക്കുമ്പോൾ  കണ്ടു മുട്ടിയ സത്യങ്ങളെ വെളിച്ചത്തു കൊണ്ട് വരുന്നു  എന്ന് മാത്രം. വെറുതെ മുട്ടാപ്പോക്കുകൾ എഴുതി ഉടുക്കാതെ,
 ഉടക്കാൻ മാത്രം ജനിച്ചവരോട് ഒന്നേ പറയാനുള്ളു - പോ മോനേ ദിനേശാ -പോയി വായിച്ചു പഠിച്ചിട്ടു വാ!
 നിങ്ങളുടെ വിശ്വസം എന്ന തടവറയിൽ നിന്ന് പുറത്തു വരൂ! അപ്പോൾ സ്വതന്ത്രമായ വിഹായസ്സിൽ എല്ലാറ്റിനും മേലെ പരുന്തുകളെ പോലെ ഒഴുകി പറക്കാം, ഉയർന്ന മലകളിലെ പുൽത്തകിടികളിൽ കടിഞ്ഞാൺ ഇല്ലാത്ത കാട്ടു കുതിരകളെ പോലെ തുള്ളി ചാടി രസിക്കാം!
 കേൾക്കാൻ ചെവി ഉള്ളവർ കേൾക്കട്ടെ!
andrew
V.George 2019-11-05 03:14:20 News
I read this article while sitting in a Bangkok hotel lobby.We have to be ashamed of our culture, behavior and life style. Bangkok is an Asian country with same topography and weather of Kerala. The city is so crowded. But the people here don't shit and eat at the same place like Malayalees. Two weeks ago  I traveled by train from Chengannur to Calicut. The 2nd AC compartment was filthy and never washed after it was commissioned. Bangkok train stations, bus stations and other public places are very clean. No one throws any garbage on the street, rail lines and public places. Eating and drinking is prohibited on trains. Sidewalks don't smell like Pathanmathitta, Chengannur, Ernakulam sidewalks. No deafening sound coming out from temples, churches and mosques. This Fokana ,Foma people and church organizations should send air tickets to our Ministers and Bishops to go and see Bangkok instead of bringing these idiots to America for tour and grand reception.
Really ashamed to be a Malayalee after witnessing the culture, behavior and cleanliness of Thailand people.
Annamma Philipose 2019-11-05 01:23:22 News
The Globalists, socialists, and support to murder millions of babies by abortion and 
selling their body parts and making black money! Is that kind of Gov't America wants?
Yes, Trump immoral before he became President, but he is a different person now!
By the way watergate of Nixon and and Bill clinton's case are entirely different from
President Trump.Since Trump became president, America's economy boomed, unemployment is way down than Obamas's time. Obama came to power with nothing,
after he got out of office after 8yrs, he brought mansions in different places like CA,
Washington DC, whose money is that! Trump,is taking $1 as salary as it is mandatory.
When Bill Laden was killed, the whole world was praising Obama. When ISIS leader
was killed under the instruction of Trump, why every body is silent? 
" There is an old saying Ishtamillatha achicu tottathellam kuttam". No matter what,
Trump is not good! Obama didn't give a penny raise for Retirees for 8yrs. ( Social Security). Most of them are on fixed income. And Trmp gave raise last year, and again
he is giving raise this year.  Be practical, pls don't vulgar language on social media,it will
tarnish your own reputation! Give respect, take respect. In India, are we able to use vulgar language towards political leaders? Just don't forget about the we all came..
Everybody came for a better future! Enjoy it, be thankful to God, and try to respect
the leaders of this country.Trump is not racist, he is against illegals coming here and
committing crimes ( rape, murder,and drug dealing). Are these people allowed in India?



മുരുകൻ 2019-11-04 23:57:22 News
മാവിന്‍ ചോട്ടിലെ മണമുള്ള മധുരമായ്
മനതാരില്‍ കുളിരുന്നെന്‍ ബാല്യം
ആരോ  നീട്ടിയ മഷി തണ്ടിന്‍ കുളിരുള്ള
തളിരോർമ്മയാണെന്റെ  ബാല്യം
ചെളിമണ്ണിൽ  പാവാട ചായം തേയ്ക്കും
അതു കാണെ  കളിയാക്കും  ഇല നോമ്പുകൾ
കളിയാടുന്ന പാടത്തെ കതിരോർമ്മ ബാല്യം
---മുരുകൻ കാട്ടാക്കട
വിദ്യാധരൻ 2019-11-04 23:22:43 News
ബാല്യകാലം പോകും
കൗമാരവും പോകും 
യൗവനം പോകും 
യുവത്ത്വത്തിൽ 
ചാലുകീറി 
വാർദ്ധ്യക്യമെത്തും
എങ്കിലും ഓർമ്മകളുടെ 
തൂക്കുമഞ്ചത്തിൽ 
കണ്ണുപൂട്ടി 
കിടന്നാടാനൊരു സുഖമല്ലേ ? 

Kooly -Ukraine 2019-11-04 23:12:20 News

An associate of Rudy Giuliani -- Lev Parnas -- has initiated talks with impeachment investigators through his attorney.

The attorney, Joseph Bondy, told the team from CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" that he had sent a letter to congressional investigators saying Parnas will comply with a congressional subpoena for his documents and testimony.
Anthappan 2019-11-04 23:04:13 News
When people find  out the truth, it is no wonder that they get out of seminary. It is better do something than not doing anything. There are millions of zombies walking around believing that Pope has so many dicks. I like the one and only one Andrew standing alone and fighting the darkeness. Kudos   
CID Moosa 2019-11-04 22:43:02 News
ബിഷപ്പ് ഫ്രാൻകോ അംശ വടികൊണ്ട് അടിച്ചു കാണും 
Leagal view 2019-11-04 22:39:02 News
This is not fake report

US appeals court decision Monday against President Donald Trump's effort to keep his tax returns from a grand jury marks the second major court ruling in recent weeks rejecting bold assertions from the President's lawyers that would shield him from investigation.

Both decisions are likely to be tested at the Supreme Court in upcoming months. Yet both were grounded in long-standing precedent and may face a tough road toward reversal.
These cases and others arising from investigators' efforts to obtain Trump documents or testimony began well before the US House of Representatives formalized its impeachment inquiry. Yet, as happened in litigation during the impeachment-related efforts against Richard Nixon in the early 1970s and Bill Clinton in the late 1990s, judges' rulings could determine the scope of evidence eventually available to House investigators.
Notably in the newest case, the New York-based federal appeals court rebuffed the Trump lawyers' broad assertion of immunity from criminal investigation.
Last month, during a 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals hearing, Trump lawyer Will Convoy told the appeals court judges that even if the President shot someone on Fifth Avenue in New York, he could not be subject to any state criminal proceeding while in office.
The 2nd Circuit panel sidestepped such hypothetical from that October 23 hearing, but the judges did emphasize that Consovoy had argued that the President, while he occupies the White House, is absolutely immune from all stages of a state criminal process.
"We have no occasion to decide today the precise contours and limitations of presidential immunity from prosecution," wrote Robert Katzmann, the chief judge for the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals. "Instead, after reviewing historical and legal precedent, we conclude only that presidential immunity does not bar the enforcement of a state grand jury subpoena directing a third party to produce non-privileged material, even when the subject matter under investigation pertains to the President."
New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance is looking into hush-money payments made to two women who claim they had affairs with Trump before he was President. Trump has denied having affairs with those women. A grand jury subpoenaed tax and other financial documents from Trump's longtime accountants, Mazars USA.
The possibility of taking this case by the supreme court is very  seldom.   
A.C.George-Houston-Texas 2019-11-04 21:08:48 News
Congratulations to Bindu T.G. 
P R G 2019-11-04 20:53:24 News
Congratulations..... Best of luck for future endeavors......
Pants on fire 2019-11-04 19:47:48 News
 Trump started peeing in his pants as the possibility of impeachment in the house and trial in the senate with him sitting in the hot seat. His supporters have started whinging, mourning, and beating breast. 
 
Democrats have launched a critical new phase of their impeachment investigation by releasing first transcripts of witness depositions as they seek to build a public case that President Donald Trump abused his power in a rogue foreign policy operation in Ukraine.

Three committees investigating the scandal released transcripts and summaries of closed-door interviews with the former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch and Michael McKinley, a former senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The move signals the start of a shift from closed-doors investigation of Trump's covert Ukraine policy into an attempt to convince Americans that he should be removed from office in dramatic televised hearings.
Signs that the release of testimony was imminent prompted Trump to issue a torrent of personal abuse against House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff, that was extraordinarily personal even by his own standards.
"House Republicans must have nothing to do with Shifty's rendition of those interviews. He is a proven liar, leaker & freak who is really the one who should be impeached!" Trump tweeted.
In the testimony released on Monday, Yovanovitch said she was shocked and felt threatened after learning that Trump attacked her on a call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as "bad news."
"I didn't know what it meant. I was very concerned. I still am," Yovanovitch said in the interview conducted on October 11.
The release of testimony came after it became clear that at least six executive branch insiders due to give depositions over the next few days would not show up. But this week could still have a sting in the tail.
Former national security adviser John Bolton, a fiery figure who was recently fired by Trump, is due to testify on Thursday -- though there are doubts over whether he will appear.
A Bolton sighting would spark a frenzy since other witnesses have testified that he decried Trump's decision to outsource Ukraine policy -- a caper one former senior official said he referred to as a "drug deal."
No one could be sure what Bolton might say. Would he stay loyal to his former boss or to the iconoclastic approach to foreign policy that steered him through a colorful career in Washington?
"I like John Bolton. I always got along with him," Trump said Sunday, misrepresenting his relationship with the renowned Washington bruiser in a possible sign of concern about his potential testimony. Asked whether Bolton speak up, Trump replied: " ... that's going to be up to him."
Democrats believe they have built a strong case that Trump pressured Ukraine to investigate a domestic rival -- Democratic 2020 candidate Joe Biden -- during weeks of depositions featuring career officials.
But if executive branch officials due to testify this week do not show up, they may reach a point when there is little to be gained by holding off a more visible phase of the inquiry. Party leaders believe they already have a strong enough case to go ahead without holdout witnesses, though more evidence could further bolster their confidence.
സോര്‍ഗ രാജ്യം നിങ്ങള്‍ക്കുള്ളില്‍ അ 2019-11-04 19:41:43 News

I am not the Sun, I am not the wind

But I can be the early mornings soft rays that creep through your window

I can be the gentle breeze that can carry your fragrance far away

So; wake up!

Let us together make this Earth a Paradise for us to live peacefully.

The way of the faithful 2019-11-04 19:31:27 News
വിഡ്ഢിക്കള്‍ ആക്കപെട്ടവരെയും കബളിപ്പിക്ക്പെട്ടവരെയും അവര്‍ വിഡ്ഢികള്‍ ആക്കപെട്ടു എന്നോ കബളിപ്പിക്കപെട്ടു എന്നോ അവരോടു പറഞ്ഞു മനസ്സില്‍ ആക്കാന്‍ ശ്രമിക്കുന്നത് വളരെയധികം ബുദ്ധിമുട്ടുള്ള പ്രക്രിയ ആണ്. 
എന്നാല്‍ ഇവരെ വിഡ്ഢികള്‍ ആക്കാനും കബളിപ്പിക്കാനും വളരെയധികം എളുപ്പവും ആണ്.
പക 2019-11-04 18:23:08 News
പക, അടങ്ങാത്ത പക
ഏതോ സെമിനാരിയിൽ നിന്നും പുറന്തള്ളപ്പെട്ടതിന്റെ
നീറിപ്പുകയുന്ന അടങ്ങാത്ത പക