State News

Eid Get Together at Coimbatore

Mon, 09/01/2014 - 11:52 -- tn_editor

Eid Get together programmes are conducted all over the state by Popular Front of India to install confidence among the oppressed masses and to create harmony among different communities. The leaders of various political parties and social movements participate in such programmes and share their views.

Popular Front Jokatte builds a new house for a needy family

Sun, 08/31/2014 - 19:16 -- ka_editor

Mangalore: Popular Front of India, Jokatte area committee, built a new house for the needy family of Muttari Banu.
Popular Front Mangalore district president Ataullah Jokatte handed over the key for Muttari Banu during opening ceremony of the house.
Popular Front local leaders Ashraf Jokatte, Rafiq Jokatte, Imam of local Masjid others were present on the occasion.

Book distribution program held at Arkula

Sat, 08/30/2014 - 13:50 -- ka_editor

Mangalore: Popular Front of India organized a school chalo program at Arkula recently.
The organization distributed books and other school materials for some 80 needy students with the worth Rs 40,000.
Yasin Arkula presided over the program. Popular Front district committee member Rasheed Arkula, Popular Front area committee members Anwar Baddur, Ubaid Valachil, SDPI north constituency committee member Muhammad Valachil, Samad Arkul were present at the program. Muhammad Koppala welcomed and Nasir Arkul delivered vote of thanks.

PFI Scholarships Distributed

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 20:52 -- kl_editor

Kozhikode: As a part of its nation-wide campaign for promotion of education, PFI Kerala State Committee distributed scholarships for deserving students in special programmes held in four parts of the state. K. Sadath, state secretary, PFI, distributed the scholarships in Malappuram-Puthanathani, while P. Abdul Hameed, vice president, in Karunagappalli, Karamana Ashraf Moulavi, state president, in Thalassery, B. Noushad, state secretary, in Ernakulam respectively. This scholarship was endowed for economically backward students but who are bright in learning.


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