K C Arun

Kadars in Kerala could be displaced once again if Athirappilly hydel project is executed

Progress always comes at a price and it holds true for indigenous communities.

07 Mar 2017

Young Keralite Nihal earns third International Master title in chess

Nihal Sarin was introduced to chess by his father Dr Sarin Abdul Salam to tide over his boredom during the UKG vacation.

03 Mar 2017

Congress to float ‘political school’ to ensure grassroots revival

With the Congress’ morale now at its lowest ebb, the District Congress Committee has drawn up plans to set up a political school to revive the party at the grassroots.

05 Feb 2017

‘Political school’ in the offing to ensure Cong grassroots’ revival

With the Congress’ morale now at its lowest ebb,the district Congress committee has drawn up plans to set up a political school to revive the party at the grassroots. 

29 Jan 2017

Costford to help women ‘light up’ their lives 

After giving training in masonry to Kudumbashree workers, the Centre of Science and Technology for Rural Development (Costford) will help women enter

29 Dec 2016

A true blue cyber warrior: Hacking is in his genes

K C Arun talks to ethical hacker Hemanth Joseph about his cyber-exploits and much more

11 Dec 2016

These women in Thrissur construct a new career, brick by brick

Breaking through the glass ceiling, 30 women in Thrissur are all set to invade another male dominated domain - masonry.

10 Dec 2016

Realise golden dreams with a swipe

Ever since the Central Government announced the demonetisation of high-value notes, the demand for gold witnessed a drastic dip in the state.

27 Nov 2016

Hoary campus sprouts wings of glory

Maharaja’s College which has been assured of a Rs 105-crore grant will be raised to international standards. Digital campus, a museum , well-equipped sports facilities are part of the plan.

23 Nov 2016

Kochi fishermen cast aside their nets to queue up in banks 

Around 2.5 lakh families in the coastal region have been affected, said a source.

19 Nov 2016

Demonetisation halts jewellery-making in State

As per data from sources, nearly 50 per cent of ornament manufacturing units have halted production because of lack of orders from shops.

17 Nov 2016

Demonetisation to check unfair practices in chit fund sector

The demontisation process started by the Central government is expected to clean up the grey areas in the chit field.

14 Nov 2016

Rubber growers bank on dairy farming to milk better revenue

Rubber farmers, hit by the plunge in the price of natural rubber, are increasingly turning to dairy farming.

25 Oct 2016

Urbanisation sounds death knell for wetlands: Study

When wetlands are reclaimed, the environmental fallout is huge

20 Sep 2016

Giving wigs to their dreams

34-year old Abi Mathew, a cosmetic salesman from Thrissur is on a mission to donate wigs freely to poor cancer patients

31 Aug 2016

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