Lakhs of devotees take part in Pongala festival

Posted on   4:40 pm

Amid the corona virus scare and strict government guidelines issued in the wake of six fresh positive cases being reported in Kerala, lakhs of women took part in the famous ”Attukal Pongala”, popularly known as the ”Women’s Sabarimala”, one of the largest religious congregations of women here today.

Boeing crash: Report from Ethiopia expected this week

Posted on   4:04 pm

When air safety investigators release an interim report on the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max sometime before Tuesday, they are likely to place the blame on the jet’s automated flight control system as well as on the pilots and their training, but it’s unclear yet which side will bear the brunt.

Editorial: Sensitive issues

Posted on   4:00 pm

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea seeking framing of a proper mechanism to deal with alleged misuse of the sedition law by the government machinery.

South Africa squad arrives in India

Posted on   3:55 pm

The South African ODI team arrived here on Monday for a three-match series against India starting in Dharamsala from 12 March. The 16-member side will be flying to the hill city on Monday itself while the Indian squad will reach the venue on Tuesday.

Dindigul Thalappakatti honours working women

Posted on   3:53 pm

Women do wonders everyday that includes domestic and professional works. But seldom they are appreciated. Dindigul Thalappakatti felicitated every day super women at an event held at its restaurant at Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar recently.

Clashes as thousands protest violence against women in Chile

Posted on   3:51 pm

Clashes broke out between police and protesters as hundreds of thousands of women marched in Santiago to demand an end to violence against women. The protesters on Sunday gathered at the Plaza Italia, one of the main hubs for the more than four months of anti-government demonstrations, and filled the nearby streets.