Cops use force to disperse protesters at Sabarimala foothills

The protesters, who were few in numbers at Nilackal, ran from the spot when the police initiated action in the early hours today when they tried to block buses from the key entry point to the temple. Continue Reading

BJP to celebrate platinum jubilee of INA 21 October

The political fight over the legacy of top national leaders who played a major role in the country’s freedom movement is likely to intensify as the ruling BJP has now decided to celebrate the 75th foundation day of the Azad Hind Fauj or the Indian National Army (INA) raised by ‘Netaji’ Subhas Chandra Bose on 21 October.   Continue Reading

Will women make it to Sabarimala for Thulam pooja?

With just hours left for the opening of Sabarimala Temple for Thulam pooja, suspense prevails as to whether women will be allowed or not due to a section of devotees and NDA functionaries protesting against their entry tomorrow. Continue Reading

Kerala woman faces online abuse for planning Sabarimala trip

Amid raging protests over the Sabarimala issue, a Keralite woman, who announced her decision to offer prayers at the Lord Ayyappa shrine, Monday complained that she was being slut-shamed and subjected to threats and abuses on social media. Continue Reading

PSU distributes free cattle feed, mineral mix to Kerala farmers

Two months after torrential rains ravaged Kerala, a state run unit launched its programme of free 100 bags of cattle feed and 700 kg mineral mix to help dairy farmers whose business has taken a hit in the calamity. Continue Reading