Ajay Kanth

Pulwama terror attack: We feel safe in Kerala, say Kashmiri students and traders in state

Police have been on a close watch of Central University of Kerala as a student from Andhra Pradesh has been already charged with sedition over a Facebook post on Pulwama terror attack.

9 hours ago

No country for bold women

It’s a fact the state government-sponsored Women’s Wall, organised as part of projecting renaissance values, has created much traction to highlight women’s equality in the society.

17 Feb 2019

‘Enforce law without fear, transfers are feather in the cap’

Express spoke to Roopa in the context of young women officers in Kerala coming under attack from politicians and political parties for discharging their duties as per the law.

17 Feb 2019

Don’t hide data in clouds, cops got see-through tool

 Don’t think of keeping the Kerala Police away from your secret data by storing it in secure clouds of Apple, Google, MI or Samsung anymore.

05 Feb 2019

Kerala Police pitch for Commissionerates in Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram

Police officers said the IAS officers were against sanctioning magisterial powers to the Commissionerates. 

03 Feb 2019

Too much fizz in Bevco bottle as Kerala government finds itself in backfoot over nepotism charges

The corporation has regularised 426 women daily-wage workers, who never had any direct association with it, but were doing security labelling under private labour contractors.

29 Jan 2019

Kerala ground water sources not that polluted but leads remains a danger

Ground water in Kerala has no arsenic content while it was two mg/l in Karnataka and nine mg/l in Tamil Nadu.

24 Jan 2019

Talk, text on mobile phone while driving: Cops in Kerala look elsewhere

Those who use mobile while driving cite Kerala HC ruling: Talking on the mobile phone while driving is not an offence, unless it’s established the driver’s actions endangered public safety.

22 Jan 2019

State has the sixth worst debt position

Kerala with a fiscal deficit (as a percentage of GSDP) of 3.4 per cent has the sixth worst debt position.

22 Jan 2019

The dark plot of a shadow play targets Alappad’s precious black sand

As the stretch contains heavy minerals like ilmenite, rutile, zircon and sillimanite, there is a huge demand for the sand from the area by industries inside the country and abroad.

20 Jan 2019

Centralised Intrusion Monitoring System: Kerala Police get government nod

Another major surveillance project of Kerala Police - Central Intrusion Monitoring System (CIMS) - will soon become a reality with the state government giving approval to it. 

19 Jan 2019

Chinese net fishermen of Kochi in troubled waters

For the past 20 years, Saneesh M L, 39, of Munambam has been earning a livelihood by fishing with a Chinese net near the Munambam estuary.

19 Jan 2019

Kochi is new hotspot for illegal Rohingyas, Bangladeshi migrants

 In November 2018, the cops had busted an inter-state gang that has been moving illegal migrants from airports in Kerala after providing them with school certificates, voters ID, pan cards/ Aadhaar 

15 Jan 2019

Doctors involved in Kerala organ trade racket remain scot-free

The fraud came to light when the police surgeon, during autopsy, found that doctors had failed to treat a blood clot inside the patient's head, leading to his death.

12 Jan 2019

How a psychologist helped Bindu and Kanaka Durga enter Sabarimala

The state government has been preparing a detailed action plan since December 25 to help the two women offer darshan.

05 Jan 2019