Manoj Viswanathan

LCA Naval version doesn’t meet Navy’s requirements: Admiral Lanba

They had systems in place and the armed forces worked shoulder to shoulder with the state in rescuing the flood victims.

15 Nov 2018

Families of missing fishermen wallow in despair

It has been three months since Oceanic, a trawler boat, collided with a tanker vessel and sunk into the depths of the Arabian Sea with 14 fishermen, off Kochi coast.

13 Nov 2018

Shrimp exports from Kerala may be affected by US ban threat

As India pleaded that the country is following safe fishing practices, a team of experts from the US had visited Odisha, where olive ridley sea turtles nest in large numbers.

10 Nov 2018

Diwali sparkle in Kerala dimmed following SC order, floods

Kerala State Pollution Control Board chairman K Sajeevan said data on noise and air pollution during the Diwali days is being compiled.

08 Nov 2018

Smart Garden: A novel initiative to revolutionise vegetable farming

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life and enjoy the pleasure of gardening.

04 Nov 2018

Steep hike in licence fee puts Kerala's fishing boat owners on the edge

Fishing boat owners complain the government has brought in a 10-fold increase in the annual licence fee of fishing boats, burdening the community which is already in deep trouble.

01 Nov 2018

‘Unauthorised’ CSR activities by Kitco in forest areas kick up a row

RTI activist N Sivakumar has alleged that Kitco has siphoned off `53.23 lakh in the name of empowering tribal women.

30 Oct 2018

Sabarimala police restrictions: Pilgrims unhappy 

Often, they are made to wait in the queue for more than 10 hours to get darshan

25 Oct 2018

Now, grow veggies inside your flat with smart garden

Ela Sustainable Solutions, an agriculture startup groomed by Ernst and Young under the Kerala Startup Mission, is helping the urban families grow vegetables for daily use in their backyard.

24 Oct 2018

Sabarimala row: Pandalam palace representative says it’s for thantri to take final call on rituals

Travancore Devawom Board former president Prayar Gopalakrishnan demanded the government should form a separate devaswom board for Sabarimala.

23 Oct 2018

Move to lease out sea waters for mariculture sparks row

The technology and investment needed for the project is very high and fishermen will not be able to afford it.

06 Oct 2018

Kerala State Electricity Board mulls proposal to desilt dams in bid to increase storage limit

Desilting will improve storage, help effective flood management and conserve more water to meet the summer shortage.

05 Oct 2018

Clouds gather in sky, Kerala State Electricity Board stays guarded

The board, which received many brickbats for opening the dam shutters while the rivers were flowing above the danger level, seems better prepared to face the eventuality this time.

04 Oct 2018

Hit by storm, Commander Abhilash Tomy suffers back injury

The Indian Navy was waiting for a pleasant news as Abhilash, who was in the third position, was expected to advance to the second spot before reaching Australia.

23 Sep 2018

Carnatic musician fights the odds for the love of music

Hariharan Nair runs the Sariga Sangeetha Academy at Karumalloor, which is authorised to conduct examinations for 13 UGC-approved courses including PhD in music.

21 Sep 2018