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17 Aug 2017
Over a dozen Kerala cadre police officers have been chosen for the President’s police medals this year.
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Over 1,000 persons attended the protest programme organised by various stakeholders in the special education sector in front of the Secretariat on Monday.
Costly fire extinguisher tools were found stolen from the premises of Assembly complex and MLA hostel at Palayam.
A civil police officer, Arun Nath, of the Armed Reserve Camp was seriously injured at Mudavanmugal in an assault allegedly by DYFI activists when the police tried to break up a clash between DYFI and
City schools will celebrate India’s 71st Independence Day in a unique way
14 Aug 2017
A patriotic music video composed by Rock@band in association with the Space Engineers Association envisages an India which celebrates unity in diversity
City traffic police launch drive against errant autorickshaw drivers
The Thiruvananthapuram Medical College authorities have reiterated there were no lapses on the college’s part in the death of Murugan.
Gullible youngsters are being taken for a ride by aviation training institutions which claim affiliation to hitherto unheard organisations.
13 Aug 2017
In the Limca Book of World Records and Asian Book of Records as the longest steel-made snake boat, you have seen Aries Guinness Chundan in a bevy of films, ads and music videos.
Capital city will host a variety of programmes to mark the Independence Day.
Vivekananda Study Circle (VSC), a socio-cultural organisation of Technopark employees, will commemorate the 70th year of Independence and Rakshabandhan at Technopark on Wednesday.
The Air intelligence unit of Trivandrum International Airport on Saturday foiled a gold smuggling attempt with the seizure of gold biscuits weighing 1.93 kg valued around Rs 60 lakh. 17 gold biscuits
A three-day international conference on spine health and care began in the capital on Friday. Experts from across the country and abroad, including researchers and specialists in treatment of spinal d
The Modi Government is pursuing privatisation on a big scale unprecedented in the 25-year-old history of neo-liberalisation in the country, CPM Politburo member Prakash Karat has said.
LDF-dominated Syndicate of the University of Kerala removed Registrar-in-charge M Jayaprakas from the post and gave the charge to R Jayachandran.
12 Aug 2017
State Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes will conduct a detailed study into the suicide cases reported at Njaraneeli.
11 Aug 2017
City-based swimmer Suneesh S is aiming to strike gold at the upcoming Kerala State Aquatics Championship after emerging as the individual champion.
Biju George, who was the fielding coach of the Indian women’s cricket team that participated in the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, was instrumental in the team’s fairytale run.
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