Gill and Ghosh hold edge to win title

The 2018 MRF FMSCI Indian National Rally Championship is set for an exciting winner-takes-all finish, with Kerala’s iconic Popular Rally, the fifth and final round of the championship, emerging as the stage for the grand showdown. Continue Reading

First phase of inland waterway project by 2020: CIAL

The first phase of the Thiruvananthapuram-Kasaragod Inland Waterway project will be completed by 2020, Cochin International Airport Ltd Managing Director V J Kurian said Wednesday. Continue Reading

BJP seeks Guv intervention to ensure peace at Sabarimala

A central BJP delegation Sunday met Kerala Governor P Sathasivam here and sought his urgent intervention to ensure peace and tranquillity returns to Sabarimala, saying that the present situation there was akin to an ‘undeclared emergency’ imposed by the state government. Continue Reading

Govt adopting double standards over SC verdicts: HC

Facing flak from various quarters on the Sabarimala issue, the CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala on Wednesday came in for severe criticism from the High Court which said it was adopting “double standards” in implementing Supreme Court judgements. Continue Reading

Sabarimala row: Writer Sunil Elayidom receives threat

Noted orator and thinker Sunil P Elayidom, who strongly advocates implementation of Supreme Court verdict allowing entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala temple, Thursday received threats from unidentified persons, police said. Continue Reading

Kerala CM cracks whip on those causing communal divide in police

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Thursday cautioned against alleged attempts by some people with vested interests to create “communal divide” in the state police force, even as BJP and various Hindu outfits decided to intensify protests against the left government on the Sabarimala women entry issue. Continue Reading

Shah trying to destabilise left govt: Kerala CM

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Monday accused BJP president Amit Shah of trying to destabilise the left government on Sabarimala issue and said the soil of the southern state was not the right place for executing his plans. Continue Reading

Venomous snakes take over empty houses in flood-hit Kerala

People displaced by the floods in Kerala are returning home to the frightening sight of venomous cobras and Russell’s vipers slithering around in their bathrooms or coiled inside cupboards and washbasins. Continue Reading

Kerala continues to reel under impact of floods

Large parts of the state known for its verdant valleys and plantations looked like a massive swamp, with houses flattened and marooned, and crops destroyed. Continue Reading

Centre announces Rs 100 cr immediate relief to Kerala

Terming the flood situation in Kerala following heavy rains as something never witnessed by the state since Independence, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh announced Rs 100 crore as immediate central relief. Continue Reading