Dhinesh Kallungal

A jumbo business

Keralites’ fascination for the jumbos has worked well for the elephant renting industry

13 Jan 2018

CIAL promotes branded power banks, for safety

Pick up smartphone of your choice, but while going for a new power bank, opt for branded ones, especially if you are one who flies frequently.

11 Jan 2018

We’ll continue to question propriety of impositions: Kodungallur Film Society

For a section of people who had been trapped in the cycle of ever-escalating political polarisation, the Apex Court order on Tuesday that playing the national anthem before screening of a movie in cin

10 Jan 2018

CIAL to enhance solar power generation

The Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL), which has taken the lead in utilising renewable energy in the aviation sector by becoming the first fully solar-powered airport in the country, is aiming t

08 Jan 2018

Geographical Indication tag: Famed Nilambur teak is now Kerala’s own

Like Aranmula ‘kannadi’ and Payyannur ‘pavithramothiram’, the Nilambur teak aka Malabar teak has found its place in the Geographical Indications (GI) Registry.

07 Jan 2018

Kerala School Arts Festival: Cultural capital decked up for arts extravaganza

The stage is set for the 58th State School Arts Festival, billed as the largest of its kind in the entire Asian region, which will get under way here on Saturday.

06 Jan 2018

Hartals: A dubious distinction Kerala would want to live down

Hartals, lockouts take a heavy toll on Kerala’s productivity, maximum no. of man-days lost.

22 Dec 2017

Kallettumkara celebrates the legacy of its forgotten math wizard

: When the country is all set to celebrate National Mathematics Day on Friday, Sangamagrama, a medieval town in present-day Kallettumkara in Thrissur, is on a mission to reclaim its pride of place in the world of maths.

22 Dec 2017

Modi’s journey rekindles Kerala’s seaplane hopes

It has rekindled the hopes of starting seaplane services connecting various destinations inside Kerala and Lakshadweep.

17 Dec 2017

‘Inversion results in radiation fog’

The temperature inversion, which has been noted in Kochi, has resulted in the forming of radiation fog and it is one of the main reasons for the smog covering the city landscapes in recent days, according to experts.

17 Dec 2017

Soon, write on Elephant dung!

Though it may sound new, making paper out of elephant dung has been in practice for some time, with many firms across the globe already making paper and other value-added products.

16 Dec 2017

PM Narendra Modi’s journey rekindles seaplane hopes of Kerala

The much-touted seaplane project of Kerala, which has been hanging fire for the past few years, is yet to take wings. 

13 Dec 2017

Kerala eyes to tap commercial potential of rare ingenious species

The Kerala Livestock Development Board (KLDB) is looking to tap the commercial potential of the calves of rare ingenious species, said officers. 

03 Dec 2017

Kerala out to become breeding ground of Pakistan's ‘Sahiwal’

Kerala does not have any direct connection with the rare 'Sahiwal' cattle breed which has its origin in the Punjab province in Pakistan. Sahiwal is counted among the best dairy breeds in that country

03 Dec 2017

Smuggling syndicates making use of rear opportunity

The crime syndicates engaged in smuggling gold into the state are always inventing newer and newer methods to outsmart the enforcement agencies, especially the Customs authorities.

20 Nov 2017