Me in Janakeeya Kodathy by Channel 24


This is an edited version of two episodes combined of the talk show “Janakeeya Kodathy” recorded on Monday April 1, 2019 and telecasted on April 21st and 28th, 2019 by Channel 24, of Media City. The subject was the feud between Malankara Orthodox Church and Jacobite community and the court orders on the matter. I represented the Orthodox Church and H.G. Dr. Geevarghese Mar Coorilos of Niranam diocese represented the Jacobite community. I express courtesy to Channel 24 and the host Dr. Arun Kumar. Let the viewers review and decide merits of the matter.

Facts about Church Feud


Several Decades long Church feud between Orthodox and Jacobite communities came to an end on July 3rd of 2017 with the order of the Hon. Supreme Court of India. But a fraction of the Jacobite community refuses to accept the court orders that put an end to the feud. Here are the facts about the matter (Courtesy: Mathrubhumi and Asianet TV Channels)

Clergy Family Get Together


This video contains few shots from the Annual Clergy and Family Get together held on Dec. 28th 2017 at the residence of Rev. Fr. Reji Mamkottil, Thenidukku, Vadakkenchery.

MPM School Chungathara


My first visit to Mar Philexinos Memorial High School and Higher Secondary School, Chungathara. I laid the foundation stone of the new block and attended the PTA meeting where it felicitated two former students and one present student for their achievements in life. One teacher who won the Best Teacher award. one who got president’s best police officer award and a 12th grade student who won Kerara State Award for best student farmer

 

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Whom to Believe Oh God?


Media is one of the basic source of information. But who will tell us whether what the media gives would be the correct information? These media reports speak for themselves!

How Many Missing in Floods

How many died

Few Facts from an Eminent Personality


Justive Venkita Chelliah

Here are few facts about our country given by Justice (Rtd.) Mr. M. N. Venkita Chelliah, retired Supreme Court Chief Justice (1993-’94), former National Human Rights Commission Chairman (1996-1998), former National Commission for Reviewing the Working of the Constitution (2000 – 2002), Former Lokayukta and recipient of Padma Vibhushan (2004).

25 percent of national wealth is in the hands of one percent of Indian population. 87 percent of the wealth is in the hands of 15 percent. 25 percent of Indian population holds only one percent of national wealth.

He says, “free market helps create wealth in the coutry. But it gets accumulated in the hands of few who mobilize the system”.

He asks: “Why should we obey rules?” To him, “Because it provides equal opportunity to every one for a decent and quality life. When the law fails to do so, civil disobedience becomes a responsibility of the the citizen”.

I said: Well said Mr. Justice

He also gives two quotes:
“The way you implement law can make the constitution and its great goal fail” Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.

“Everything has turned upside down, hence the human community has to think differently” Albert Einstein.

(From a lecture delivered at National Conference, SUCI Women’s wing, Thiruvananthapuram. Courtesy: Samakalika Malayalam Weekly, Feb. 15, 2013 ).

Nerariyathirikkan …


Just watch this video…

 

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