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KPCC president for CBI probe into illegal landholdings

The Congress in the state has demanded the Left government to request the Centre for a CBI inquiry into the possession of lakhs of acres of government land by private holders. 

20 hours ago

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Your favourite food just a click away

Craving for banana chips and plum cakes from Malabar Chips and Omana Paul cakes, or aromatic saffron from Kashmir, or Roopak masala from Delhi’s Karol Bagh?

23 Feb 2017

Initial startup hiring: How to hire your initial employees?

In last Thursday’s column, we had discussed outsourcing for smaller, repetitive and manual tasks.

22 Feb 2017

Going all round 

 The KSFL - Tenvic Sports Coaching Academy functioning at The Sports Hub in Kariavattom have added badminton, basketball, table tennis and chess…

22 Feb 2017

Drain being constructed along the NH bypass road at Kazhakoottam   Kaviyoor Santhosh

A deadly abyss

Lack of sign boards has made the drain being constructed beside the NH bypass road at Kazhakoottam a death trap

22 Feb 2017

Get set for a green Sivarathri

Sivarathri celebrations will be eco-friendly this year with the Aluva Manappuram and Travancore Devaswom Board deciding to enforce a ban on plastic carry bags and plastic water bottles.

22 Feb 2017

The message in ‘Marathakam’

Plan@Earth, an NGO, has come up with a range of products upcycled from  plastic waste under the brand name ‘Marathakam’ 

22 Feb 2017

 Stringing music together

Violinist and music composer Balabhaskar talks about his recently launched music channel on YouTube

22 Feb 2017

Kariavattom campus gets a Rs 300 crore development plan

The University expects a non-plan income of Rs 429.92 crore and an expenditure of Rs 433.92 crore 

22 Feb 2017

University allows Athira to continue at College of Engineering Trivandrum

Athira will return to the College of Engineering Trivandrum on Wednesday, this time with her head held high.

22 Feb 2017

Moral policing or surveillance?

The police in the capital city are at the receiving end for allegedly ‘moral policing’ a couple on the Museum premises on Tuesday 

22 Feb 2017

Janamaithri to spread wings

The state government has decided to extend the Janamaithri Suraksha community policing scheme to all the police stations in the state.

22 Feb 2017

Converting plastic into bricks

How to solve the plastic problem? This is the ongoing discussion everywhere.

21 Feb 2017

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Playing ball

Sreenivasa Pai, the country’s oldest lawn bowl player, recently won a medal for Kerala at the national lawn bowl games in Ranchi  

21 Feb 2017

A walk for women’s safety

 In the backdrop of an alarming number of recent events involving sexual violence against women in our society, Raising Our Voices Foundation is asking the public to take part in a peaceful march for Gender Justice on Thursday, February 23. 

21 Feb 2017

Food for thought on world thinking day

Today is the birthday of Lord Baden Powell, the leader and the founder of the great scouting movement which started in 1908 in England in a simple way and currently has its units in 216 countries all over the world.

21 Feb 2017

Barns Green is touring the state in association with the Kerala Cricket Association and Thiruvananthapuram District Cricket Association with a group of 54 comprising 36 players and their families

Pitching for a strong bond of friendship

Barns Green Cricket Club, a friendly Sunday cricket club playing in the West Sussex Invitation League in England, have arrived in the capital city and will play 10 friendly matches during their nine-day stay in Kerala. 

21 Feb 2017

Running up the charity meter

S Bahuleyan, popularly known as Marathon Bahuleyan, has gone on another charity run, this time along a 350 km course stretching from Kollam to Kozhikode

21 Feb 2017

Gujarati folk artists who will be performing in the National Folk Festival  Manu R Mavelil
National Folk Festival: Stage set for rustic performances

National Folk Festival will held in the city from February 24 to 26

21 Feb 2017

An artistic fusion

When Alexander Gorlizki wanted to bring a one-foot tall wooden tree, from Jaipur to Kochi, for security reasons, airport authorities insisted that he had to leave the top uncovered.

21 Feb 2017

Government decides to hand over health survey to Sree Chitra Institute

As its move to conduct a health survey in the state with the assistance of a foreign firm kicked up a row, the government has decided to entrust it with the SCT Institute for Medical Science.

21 Feb 2017