Anu Kuruvilla

J Letha, Cusat’s first woman VC, to leave with a trail of glory

A gold medallist from IIT Madras, Letha started out as a lecturer with the National Institute of Technology, Calicut in 1983. 

16 Oct 2018

Online cab drivers to roll out call-based service from November 1

Passengers can book a cab by calling the toll-free number provided on the website

16 Oct 2018

Incentive cuts keep Uber, Ola drivers off the wheels in Kerala

Over the past one year, the country’s two largest ride-hailing companies Uber and Ola have been witnessing many cases of drive partners “unattaching” themselves.

15 Oct 2018

Kerala nun rape case: Looking beyond the veil

 The picture that comes to our mind when we think of a nun is of a person with a serene, untroubled look on her face.

14 Oct 2018

‘Use construction practices in tune with nature’

Many houses, some of them brand new, were lost to the devastating mid-August deluge in Kerala.

14 Oct 2018

Looking back with satisfaction, NUALS vice-chancellor Rose Varghese to step down

In a meeting with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Rose made a request for 10 more acres for the university.

13 Oct 2018

Poignancy and pain as Postal Department marches ahead

When email nudged snail mail aside, it brought to a halt a means of communication that had a personal touch.

11 Oct 2018

Sprucing up classrooms for better learning experience

Slow Claps Media has been going around transforming classrooms into beautiful, pleasant places of learning.

09 Oct 2018

Use construction practices in tune with nature to rebuild Kerala, say experts

Architects need to change the building strategy. Constructions should be disaster-resistant, said Shankar G, Habitat Group, an eco-friendly construction firm.

08 Oct 2018

Being alert on cyber world is the mantra

The deep recesses of the cyber world is a perfect hiding place for those with a criminal but technical bent of mind.

07 Oct 2018

Chendamangalam weavers seek new paths to revive handloom sector

Also, since the women spend most of their day at the loom, they have missed out on the relief kits distributed in North Paravur.

30 Sep 2018

College proposal to identify toxic algae gets a national boost

According to assistant professor Shyam Kumar S, fishermen in Kerala and other states don’t know how to identify toxic algae from non-toxic ones.

29 Sep 2018

Helping farmers fight pests, protecting crops and making a killing out of it

Farmers, especially those engaged in cultivating crops like banana, beans and tomatoes often get stumped by pests.

27 Sep 2018

Hiccups mar DEMU’s debut ride out of Cochin Harbour Terminus

According to the station master, the train left the station with 20 passengers, including Railway authorities.

27 Sep 2018

Kerala floods one month after: Chendamangalam weavers seek new paths to revive handloom sector

Support for the weavers who were hard hit by the floods poured in from within and outside the state, and even globally. 

26 Sep 2018