Alappuzha


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Alappuzha

(ăl'əppo͝or`ə), formerly

Alleppey

(ăl`əpē), city (1991 est. pop. 175,000), Kerala state, SW India. It is a district administrative center and port on the Arabian Sea. Coconuts are the mainstay of the economy; spices are also exported. A network of canals links the town to Thrissur to the north and Thiruvananthapuram to the south.
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Alappuzha (Kerala) [India], Feb 18 ( ANI ): A clash broke out between members of the Kerala Students Union (KSU) and the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) in Alappuzha on Saturday.
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There are enough reasons for both to scent victory: Alappuzha, once known as the Venice of the East, has a long tradition of Left trade unionism and it has also brought to the fore a number of Congress leaders who have struck it big on the national political landscape, among them federal defence minister A.
The political scoresheets of recent times, too, predict a close finish in Alappuzha this time, where the Congress has fielded sitting MP, K.
Much change of sentiment has happened in Alappuzha since the time Venugopal won the seat in the 2009 Lok Sabha poll with a majority of 57,635 votes.
Alappuzha is also known to have favoured debutants in the past, including the late Suseela Gopalan, T.
The irony with Alappuzha is its backwardness in many areas despite having produced leaders who have reached the top of the political heap at the national level.
Alappuzha (Kerala) [India], Jan 18 ( ANI ): Five people, including two policemen, were arrested on Thursday for allegedly raping a minor girl from Alappuzha district for the past nine months.