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2007 A        
Mr. Pinarayi Vijayan being received at the Kuwait airport.Mr. Vijayan inaugurated the 50th year celebrations of the formation of the Kerala state and also took part in the 27th anniversary of KALA, held in Abbassiya, Kuwait on December 2, 2005.

Mr.Paloli Mohd Kutty, the LDF convener, being received by KALA at the airport. Mr. A.M. Ashraf, associate editor Kirali TV, is also seen.
Mr. Paloli presented a public discourse on ‘ The Development of Kerala’ during a seminar organized as part of KALA’s 50th year celebrations of Kerala formation,
held on December 6, 2005

Mr. Pinarai Vijayan inaugurated the 50th year celebrations of the formation of the Kerala state and also took part in the 27th anniversary of KALA, held on December 2, 2005.

A section of the audience : KALA 27th anniversary (Dec 2005).

Mr. Pinarai Vijayan’s visit to the Indian Embassy.
Mr. Pinarai Vijayan with the executive members of KALA.
TK Hamsa, MP inaugurates ‘Sargasamgamam 2005’. Eminent poet Balachandran Chullikkad formally inaugurated KALA’s ‘Mathrubhasah’ classes of the year, in May 2005.
Mr. M.A. Baby M.P from Kerala, inaugurated the concluding ceremony of the ‘Free Mathrubhasha Education Program’ in October, 2005. During the meeting, Mr. Baby also released the book ‘Oru Pravasi Deseath Vaayikkunnu’’ authored by Sam Painummood. Mr. Poly Ayyampally, noted publisher, and Mr. V. S. Rajesh, Editor, Kerala Kaumudi also participated.
A section of the of the ‘Free Mathrubhasha Education Program’ concluding ceremony,
held in October, 2005.
' Free Mathrubhasha Education Program’ concluding ceremony - cultural programmes.
Kairali TV’s momento to Mr. Thomas Mathew Kadavil, the representative of ‘Pravsalokam’ to Kuwait, being handed over by Mr. MA Baby.
KALA’s momento to a senior member of KALA, Mr. George Jacob
who is returning back to India permanently.
Vanitha Vedi, Kuwait and KALA jointly celebrated ‘Onam 2005’,
with a full day of cultural events and ‘Onam feast’.