Tiki Rajwi

BrahMos trade unions threaten strike from December 5

According to the unions, the revision is way behind schedule but the attitude of the BATL management on the issue continues to be lukewarm.

27 Nov 2018

Sabarimala row being used for political gains: Lawyer Deepika Singh Rajawat

Condemning the attack on women journalists in Sabarimala, the Jammu-based lawyer said safety has turned out to be a big issue for women in India.

24 Nov 2018

KSEB to issue safety kits to employees

Dismayed by the number of electrical mishaps involving its staff, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has decided to issue safety kits to its line staff. 

05 Nov 2018

KSEB eyes at 8.5 per cent increase in the electricity tariffs

Your bimonthly electricity bill is all set to get heftier.

03 Nov 2018

Print of Aravindan film continues to elude Film Archive

Spirited attempts by the National Film Archive of India (NFAI) to track down a restorable print of the G Aravindan film ‘Oridathu’ has, so far, failed to bear fruit.

22 Oct 2018

Kerala government nod for revised action plans for three delayed irrigation schemes

Revised plans have been approved for the Muvattupuzha Valley Irrigation Project (MVIP) as well as the Karapuzha and the Banasurasagar projects, said an officer with the Irrigation Department.

15 Oct 2018

In a sea of despair again for Kerala fishermen

 It’s mid-day and the small group of fishermen lounges outside the house nearest to the sea.

05 Oct 2018

Kerala government nod for Rs 6 crore water supply plan

The government has also green-signalled a KWA request that the usual tendering formalities may be bypassed to complete the ‘emergency’ works on time.

01 Oct 2018

Railway Protection Force on alert as Rohingyas eye refuge in Kerala

The Railways is on high alert following a Central Government warning that a ‘’huge number’’ of Rohingya refugees are making a beeline for Kerala.

29 Sep 2018

Rohingya refugees making a beeline for Kerala; RPF on alert

The RPF alert lists 14 south-bound trains originating from various railway stations in the eastern states of West Bengal and Assam.

28 Sep 2018

KSEB warns staff against political sabre-rattling on social media platforms

In the latest incident, a sub-engineer in Malappuram district was controversially suspended for allegedly sharing an unfavourable news item about the electricity minister on Facebook.  

27 Sep 2018

KSERC notifies draft tariff regulations

The Draft KSERC (Terms and Conditions for Determination of Tariff) Regulations, 2018, require distribution licensees, including the KSEB, to file tariff proposals for four years at one go.

26 Sep 2018

Archives Department eyes UNESCO tag for its prized palm-leaf manuscript collection

The State Archives Department is eyeing a Unesco World Heritage tag for its impressive, centuries-old collection of palm-leaf manuscripts.

24 Sep 2018

Post-trial by fire, former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan wins fight for justice

Branded a spy in the infamous ISRO spy scandal of 1994 but fully exonerated by the Supreme Court four years later — the past 24 years have been an excruciating trial by fire for Nambi Narayanan.

15 Sep 2018

We were all silently suffering: Nambi Narayanan

For his family, what followed was a period of unparalleled misery.

15 Sep 2018