Kannur: Inside India’s Bloodiest Revenge Politics Ullekh N.P, Haryana: Penguin Random House India,2018, xviii., 223 pp., Rs.499 ISBN: 9780670090693

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Vishnu Achutha Menon


Kannur is a beautiful coastal district of Kerala, which made its way to the national headlines for its brutal political murders. The state has the highest social development parameters when compared to other states but despite this, what makes Kannur standout in terms of political happenings is a matter to be discussed.


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Achutha Menon, V. (2020). Kannur: Inside India’s Bloodiest Revenge Politics. Space and Culture, India, 8(2), 211-214. https://doi.org/10.20896/saci.vi0.1012
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Received 2020-08-16
Accepted 2020-09-09
Published 2020-09-29


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