Ajay Kanth

6 pm to 9 pm is a risky time to be on Kerala’s roads

The time period between 3 pm and 6 pm is also considered highly risky as 698 persons were killed in the said period from 8,011 accidents.

24 Jun 2019

Kerala in race to become country’s drug capital

Around 7,477 arrests from 6,616 cases were made in state in 2018

22 Jun 2019

‘Kerala under alert following inputs on terror attacks’

Though inputs revealed that the terrorists will be targeting main centres, the agencies weren’t able to ascertain whether the attackers will be local or those from outside the country.

21 Jun 2019

Islamic State feeder groups behind ‘Anti-Shirk’ meetings in Kerala, TN under scanner

“In Kerala and Tamil Nadu, these anti-shirk movement has gained much traction and we are keeping a close tab on the activities of the feeder organisations,” a senior intelligence officer said.

20 Jun 2019

Bharathapuzha: Bank mapping, sand auditing to nail encroachers

‘It wIll be done as per the revenue records and Kerala Protection of River Banks Act 2001’

17 Jun 2019

Palarivattom flyover was built without NHAI nod

Senior officers told Express the then state government did not obtain the mandatory NOC from NHAI for constructing the flyover on NH66, which is under its jurisdiction.

15 Jun 2019

Palarivattom flyover: Probe remains non-starter after FIR registration

Both Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and PWD Minister G Sudhakaran have been loudmouthed on booking culprits involved in the Palarivattom flyover fiasco.

13 Jun 2019

Semen could carry Nipah virus for a few more weeks

The investigation found that NiV RNA was detected in semen even on day 26 POI, but was undetectable on day 42 and 59 POI.

07 Jun 2019

Main challenge for Kerala government: Stopping Nipah virus from going viral

Nipah expert Govindakarnavar Arunkumar says state government should take all steps to prevent human to human transmission of the deadly virus

05 Jun 2019

Monsoon brings back trauma of flood to Ranni natives

Till 2018, rainy days of the monsoon were cherished for fishing and swimming in the waters of the Pampa and small adjoining rivulets.

02 Jun 2019

Pampa river staring at imminent landslide

Travancore Devaswom Board fears the temporary retaining wall may give way any time once it starts to rain and lead to a major landslide.

02 Jun 2019

SDPI’s rising clout pulled down LDF in elections

SDPI’s claim that they had supported Congress-led UDF in Lok Sabha polls has strong validity if one analyses the result in constituencies where the party decided not to field their candidates and sup

25 May 2019

Kerala Govt’s steely resolve: Fiery end to weapons of hate

Consider this: Guns, swords or rods used by the members of a criminal gang to attack opponents in the state could form the steel of the prison they would be put in future.

16 May 2019

Kerala forms anti-terrorism squad, begins talent hunt

Sources said the Police Department decided to revive the now-dormant ATS after taking rising activities of terror modules, mainly Islamic State (IS), in the state into consideration.

11 May 2019

In this virtual church environment, light a candle online, offer prayer

It could be seen as a new trend where faithful migrate from chapel to computer — making it convenient especially for those who are too isolated or fragile to attend a real-world church.

10 May 2019