Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
Bangalore: Popular Front of India strongly condemns the Israeli government military attack on Freedom Flotilla in the international waters carrying humanitarian relief to the besieged people of Gaza. The rogue state of Israel has killed 20 humanitarian activists and injured another 50 people. Also 450 activists from different countries were taken into custody by Israel from the captured ships.
Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
Popular Front of India expresses its deepest condolences to the families of the victims of Mangalore Air India Express plane accident. We sincerely pray to The Almighty to bestow strength and patience to all the families. Popular Front also extends its fullest cooperation in the relief activities.
Sunday, August 15th, 2010
Kozhikkode: The ban on Freedom Parade, which has been organised by Popular Front of India for last six years in Kerala as part of independence celebration, is an explicit example of fascist activity from the part of state government to suppress popular movements, alleged Nasaruddeen Elamaram, state president, Popular Front of India. He was speaking in a press conference organised to announce the state secretariat's decision not go ahead with the parade defying ban orders.
Monday, May 10th, 2010
Bangalore: With Rajasthan ATS exposing the involvement of Hindu extremists in Ajmer as well as some other bomb blasts, Popular Front of India (PFI) has demanded central government to appoint a high-level panel consisting of jurists, investigating officers and human rights activists to reinvestigate all blasts that took place after 1992 in different parts of the country .
Sunday, May 9th, 2010
Popular Front of India demands the Central Government to appoint a high-level panel consisting of jurists, investigating officers and human rights activists to re-investigate all blast cases across the country after 1992. The demand is being raised in the context of new revelations about the real hands behind various blasts, contrary to the police and media versions established so far.
Thursday, May 6th, 2010
Popular Front activists stages protest march against expelling student from school for weaing head scarf
Alappuzha (Kerala): Schools which are denying religious rights of students will not be allowed to function, warned Nasarudheen Elamaram, Kerala state president, Popular Front of India. He was responding to the decision of
An school can not function denying students their fundamental right of religious freedom guaranteed by the constitution of India. Such schools have to be closed down in Kerala, he said.