Who Raised the Discussion
|| Shri. C.M.Stephen
|| Discussion on a matter of urgent public importance
viz. strike by the cashew workers and the consequent closure of over 125 cashew
factories and auxiliary Industrial Establishments such as Saw
mills, Tin factory in the Quilon District.
||Shri. C. Achutha Menon
|| The removal of certain
books written by well known authors by the police from the National Book
|| Collapse of the Alunthara Government Primary School,
near Vamanapuram resulting in the death of two pupils and serious injuries to
a number of students.
|| Shri.N.S.Krishna Pillai
|| The economic crisis
that has arisen in the state consequent on the liquidation of the Palai Central
Bank Ltd and grant of moratorium to several other Banks in the state.
|| Serious situation that has arisen in the taluks of Udumbanchola
and Peermade consequent on the eviction of settlers from the Forest areas.
|| The situation that has arisen in the state consequent
on the agitation started by the Kerala Karshaka Sangham.
|| The attack by the Chinese on the
Indian Diplomats at Peking.
||Shri. C.B.Chandrasekhara Warrier
the unemployment and retrenchment apprehended from the proposed automation in
the Life Insurance Corporation of India.
|| The crisis in the Cashew Industry in the State.
|| Working of the Kerala State Transport
The statements contained in the speeches made by Shri. Baby John, Minister for
Revenue and Co-Operation and Shri. M.P.Gangadharan on the floor of the House on
|| Crisis in the Coir Industry.
|| The contract for removal of timber from Kakki dam reservoir.
|| Crisis in the Cashew Industry.
|| Reported removal of timber from
Drought relief measures in the State.
|| Shri.Varkala Radhakrishnan
The Annual Report of the Kerala Public Service Commission for the year 1982-83.
|| The fall in the price of coconut.
|| The report on the Working of Kerala Public Service Commission
for the year 1983-84.
|| The continuing situation
in the state of nonworking of a large number of Industrial Undertakings and the
default on the part of the Government to take effective remedial measures.
||Shri. Cyriac John
|| The fall in the prices of Copra,Coconut oil and Rubber
due to the import of the above products and the resultant hardship to cultivators.
|| Grave situation arisen as a result of power shortage
in the state due to fall in level of water in the reservoirs.
The situation that has arisen consequent on the increase in traffic accidents
in the state.
|| Report of the Sarkaria Commission.
|| The reported crisis in the cashew industry due to the
introduction of monopoly procurement of cashewnuts.
On not getting adequate representation to Backward Communities in Central and
State services and in Public Undertakings.
|| On the
grave situation reported to have arisen consequent on the decision of the Government
to introduce cards for noon-feeding and to meet half of the expenses for noon
feeding by the school committee.
|| Regarding the necessity
for fixing higher support price for natural rubber.
Aravindksha Menon Commission Report.
||Shri. Kadavoor Sivadasan
the portions relating to the Kerala State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. in the
report of the C & AG for the year ended March 31,1993 (No.1-commercial).
||Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan
|| Incidents which occurred in the Kannur District and steps
taken by the Government recently to tackle them.
|| Report of the Yohannan Commission which enquired into the police firing
||Shri. Varkala Radhakrishnan
|| Special report of the Committee
on Government Assurances presented on July 19, 1994.
situation that has arisen in the state due to
spreading of fever
of the commission on W.T.O concerns in Agriculture
by Dr. M.S. Swaminathan
Commission Report regarding reservation to backward
communities in employments
K. Ebrahim Kunju
submitted by Rtd. Justice K. John Mathew regarding
mineral and mining.
the functioning of Kerala Agriculture University.
Audit para 3.1 to 3.36 of Chapter III of the Report
of the Comptroller and Auditor General of
India (Commercial) regarding Electricity Board for
the year ended 31st March 2005, Government of
remark of the Comptroller and Auditor General of
India in the Report for the year ended 31st March
2004, regarding the loss of Rs. 201.40 crores
incurred by the State in implementing the Kuttiadi
of the Commission (Sri. Thomas .P. Joseph) which
enquired into the Marad Incident.
the closure of four district offices of NABARD and
decreasing number of Agricultural loans in the state
the atrocities occurring in the state in the name of
the " Draft Agricultural Policy of the
Government-2013" presented to the House
Sri. K S Sabarinadhan
Regarding road accidents and its remedial measures.
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