A 68-year-old man, who was allegedly forced to alight from a private bus plying on the Vannapuram-Muvattupuzha stretch after he fell ill, died en route to hospital on Wednesday.
Higher secondary examination authorities said there was no leakage but some schools received wrong bundles of economics question papers on the day of history examination.
The court observed that the Special Public Prosecutor made an application simply on the basis of some stray statements made by some witnesses.
Due to the strengthening of low pressure in Bay of Bengal, extremely heavy rains are expected to lash the several parts of the state, IMD said.
A year after torrential rain triggered unprecedented devastation in Munnar, the hill station is witnessing another calamity.
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Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the meteorological department has predicted more rains in the next 24 hours, especially in the hilly areas of the state.
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Experts have warned the public to be alert as heavy to very heavy and at times, even extremely heavy rain, has been predicted in the next four days across the state.
People are on the edge again on a day that marks the first anniversary of last year's deluge that killed over 450 people.
The state government has decided to regularise illegal constructions in Idukki with certain conditions, heeding to the long-pending demand of farmers and small-scale traders in the hilly district.
Over 10 cases of substandard drugs and oils are detected from spas every year, mostly in Ernakulam and Idukki
Under Performing Animals Registration Rules 2001, it is mandatory for firms offering joyrides using captive elephants to register themselves with Animal Welfare Board of India
Set up by the panchayat following the success of electric crematoriums across the state, the crematorium has been devoid of power supply for years now.
The judicial commission led by Justice Narayana Kurup demanded a re-postmortem after it found several lapses in the initial postmortem.
The dangerous beast, which suffered a fractured leg, was apparently grazing on the hills nearby when it was caught in a mudslide.