Ajay Kanth

Kerala floods one month after: Financial Inspection Wing reports swept under the carpet

Though the Left Front Government made tall promises on initiating action based on the FIW reports, the government departments and institutions continue to sweep the reports under the carpet.

5 hours ago

Kerala nun rape case: Franco Mulakkal becomes first bishop in India to be arrested for rape

It was after high drama and suspense that began around noon that top police officers finally confirmed the arrest of the bishop, around 8 pm.

22 hours ago

Kerala floods one month after: Ranni market loses steam; merchants to sue KSEB

A month has gone by after the floods. But the shutters of almost 80 per cent of the 950 shops in Ranni market road are still down.

16 Sep 2018

Kerala floods one month after: Pampa reeling under devastation

For anyone who has been to Pampa before the floods, the sights here now are devastating.

16 Sep 2018

Kerala floods one month after: Aranmula residents yet to return to their homes

A month after the deluge, the main road along the Pampa at Aranmula continues to wear a deserted look.

16 Sep 2018

Kerala floods one month after: Rs 10,000 hardly a relief for Ranni’s flood victims

Since he was born, C G Mathai, 75, has been living in his ancestral home on the banks of the Pampa at Perunad in Ranni.

16 Sep 2018

Kerala floods one month after: All eyes on that promised Rs 10,000

Everyday from September 2, 72-year-old Sarasamma of Vadakkumbhagam walked up the steps of the SBI branch at Niranom where she has an account.

16 Sep 2018

Potholes turn death traps as authorities look away

Data says though the number of accidents in Kerala due to potholes has fallen to 522 in 2017 from 531 in 2015, the number of deaths have remained almost the same.

16 Sep 2018

Kochi sand mafia keeps cops on their toes

Cashing in on the large quantity of sand deposited on river banks after the flood, the sand mafia has started to smuggle it for selling in the black market at exorbitant rates.

11 Sep 2018

Kerala: People fall into potholes as authorities look elsewhere

After heavy rains and floods, now potholes on damaged roads are posing big threat to the lives of people, with them having claimed 159 in the past three years.

10 Sep 2018

Kerala: Love Commandos come to the rescue when Cupid strikes

Love Commandos provide the couples with legal services, shelter, protection and help them find employment.

07 Sep 2018

Two-year-old Anti-Corruption Bureau report on PWD corruption gathers dust in Kerala

A study tabled by PWD Minister G Sudhakaran in the state Assembly on September 29, 2016 had hinted at the existence of an unholy alliance between big contractors and senior officers in the PWD.

04 Sep 2018

Kerala Floods: Delay in order puts police under pressure

The state police, having rescued 3.8 lakh people during the recent flood with a hectic and demanding operation, would acknowledge the words of praise from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

01 Sep 2018

When Defence Ministry kept fingers crossed

few local residents claimed water had entered the NAD campus, affecting its operation for a couple of days between August 16 and August 20, the MoD officers denied it.

28 Aug 2018