NSS

  • Kerala: NSS forsakes creamy layer for Hindu League August 27, 2012

    Kottayam: Making a stratagem move to consolidate its position like in a game of chess, the Nair Service Society (NSS) has withdrawn the writ petition filed in the Supreme Court against hiking the creamy layer cap. Although, the move will push them one step ahead for the expected greater alliance...
  • Kerala: NSS head Panicker passes away March 1, 2012

    Kottayam: PK Narayana Panicker, president of Nair Service Society and a dominant public figure in Kerala for the last several decades, died at his residence at Changanassery near Kottayam on Wednesday, NSS sources said. He was 82 and had been keeping indifferent health for quite some time, sources said. Panicker, who...
  • EC uses Valentine to promote voting February 14, 2012

    Lucknow: Election Commission on Tuesday used the occasion of Valentine's Day to encourage young couples to exercise their right to vote and spread the message of voting being the strength of democracy. In the politically-surcharged atmosphere of election-bound Uttar Pradesh, the volunteers of National Service Scheme (NSS) working for the Election...
  • CPM slams NSS for anti-Achuthanandan comment May 6, 2011

    Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala state secretary Pinarayi Viajayan on Friday came down on the Nair Service Society (NSS) acting General Secretary G Sukumaran Nair for using "adverse comments" against Chief Minister Minister V S Achuthanandan. "The adverse comments made by Nair against Achuthandnan were quite unbecoming of Kerala culture. He should withdraw the...
  • Kerala CM lashes out at Sukumaran Nair May 5, 2011

    Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan refused to comment on the personal assault on him by NSS secretary G Sukumaran Nair on Tuesday. He told reporters after the Cabinet meeting on Wednesday that there were two types of leaders in the NSS. "Genuine leaders belong to the first category. The...
  • Left advocates atheism, allege Kerala religious groups June 25, 2008

    Cochin/ Thiruvananthapuram: Furious with the Left front government in Kerala, religious organisations there have threatened to protest against a textbook that they claim promotes atheistic ideologies. Activists of the Congress student wing KSU say the Class VII social studies textbook propagates Marxist thought and has ‘anti-religious’ content. The students have taken...