Anu Kuruvilla

Carbon fasting for a sustainable planet

In a novel approach, environment-conscious Christians are observing carbon fasting, where they will forgo  non-vegetarian diet and reduce the use of electricity and fuel with an aim to bring down the

18 Apr 2019

Hopes wither away as summer hits agriculture sector

 The harsh summer is wreaking havoc on the agriculture sector in the district with farmers, especially those engaged in cultivation of fruits and vegetables, being the worst affected.

15 Apr 2019

Kochi: Mission unclogging Aluva

As Aluva reels under traffic woes, experts lay stress on the need to develop infrastructure keeping the Kochi Metro as the focal point.

09 Apr 2019

Maker Village startup bags a lucrative order from DRDO

The advanced spray coater developed by Delgado Coating and Technology Solutions has caught the eye of DRDO

08 Apr 2019

Toxic algae suffocates Periyar

Dead fish, pungent smell and a discoloured Periyar greeted the residents along the banks of the river at Manjumal and Pathalam on Saturday.

08 Apr 2019

Kerala schools lament shortage of funds to install GPS system in buses

Schools, especially those in 2018 floods-affected areas and unaided ones approached the government and expressed their inability to find funds to cover the device price and installation costs.

07 Apr 2019

A mission towards Homeless-free Kerala

‘House Challenge,’ a mission launched by principal of Our Lady’s Convent Girls Higher Secondary School, Chellanam, also promotes a culture of sharing.

02 Apr 2019

Neglected, Muthuvan tribals of Kuruthikudi in Kerala seek redemption

Around 300 families belonging to the tribe claim to lack basic facilities as forest officials allow them for bamboo cutting (their main occupation) for only a month.

26 Mar 2019

Kerala’s engineering graduates aren’t that bad

A national-level study has found Kerala engineers fare slightly above the national average.

23 Mar 2019

Rise in attack on teachers: Psychologists blame substance abuse

In the past one month alone, the state saw a spurt in cases of higher secondary students attacking their teachers.

12 Mar 2019

Kochi: Bharata Matha College's employability programme strikes gold

Rest of the candidates who couldn't get placements will get a chance at the job fair to be conducted by the college soon.

11 Mar 2019

Combining farming and homestay is the new trend in Kerala tourism

Homestays have been a steady form of revenue source for many people, especially in the coastal areas.

10 Mar 2019

Exam fever? Take a chill pill

A few psychologists say children should spend the final days prior to exams without studying

04 Mar 2019

Spreading the euphoria and excitement of quiz among students

The anticipation of the question, the thrill of knowing the answer and the feeling of triumph when it is declared the correct one makes quiz very exciting.

16 Feb 2019

VC calls for a wall to protect Cochin University of Science and Technology

The BTech classes at the School of Engineering, which witnessed a fight between students and a group from outside the campus, will resume on Wednesday.

13 Feb 2019