Aathira Haridas

Work while you watch

The idea is to make IFFK a good experience for people, without them getting bogged down by running around looking for a place to respond to the office affairs that arrive unannounced.

11 Dec 2019

A square peg in a round hole

True to the title, the central character ‘Manilal Ramachandran’ (played by Rahul Rajagopal) is a square peg in a round hole.

09 Dec 2019

It’s time to teach Indian sign language in state schools

15 faculty members of three govt polytechnic colleges undergo training in sign language to teach engineering subjects to deaf students

04 Dec 2019

‘Handloom fabric should be rich with prints and colours’

In the tribal hamlets, there is a hand-embroidery art which richly uses the motifs of animals. Hyderabad-based fashion designer Lalita Choudhary who has taken a fancy to it is trying to learn it.

27 Nov 2019

Thiruvananthapuram Corporation to improve public rest rooms, toilets

In the lines of food safety squads, special squads to visit public toilets, clean them everyday and do maintenance work; bylaw being formulated

26 Nov 2019

Harbinger of change: Empowering differently-abled the Jolly Johnson way

Jolly Johnson, founder of the city-based NGO Helping Hands Organisation (H2O), has received an international honour.

23 Nov 2019

Masters at coast to train students

The city corporation is set to launch an educational programme whereby they intend to help the children in coastal areas 

23 Nov 2019

‘Violin has always left me in awe’

Nikhil S R hopes he would get lucky the fifth time. It is his last school fest.

21 Nov 2019

Trivandrum soaks in the cultural extravaganza

The city gets into celebratory mode as the Revenue District School Fest begins

20 Nov 2019

Solace to the ill

 Twenty years ago when Sheeba Ameer learnt that her daughter Niloufa had cancer, her world came crashing down.

20 Nov 2019

Chadiyara’s right to commute hits military wall

The road repair issue between VNRA with Pangode Military Station dates back to more than a decade.

19 Nov 2019

Thiruvananthapuram fares good in air quality

While the AQI in Delhi crossed well over 300 during Diwali days, the city of Thiruvananthapuram stands at 41.07, placing air quality in the Good category.

15 Nov 2019

Coming soon: A journey into the rich heritage of Travancore

Keeping up with the changing scenario in the tourism industry where the thrust is given to heritage, Kerala Tourism is planning to develop a well-curated heritage circuit in the city.

08 Nov 2019

Ayurveda Shows the Way

In a first-of-its-kind accomplishment, eight ayurveda doctors from the state have recently obtained PhDs

08 Nov 2019

Chronicles of Nidhi’s adventures

‘Nidhi’s Wonder Years’, a children’s fiction penned by Meenu Jose, assistant professor of English, holds a mirror to society and calls out its double standards

07 Nov 2019

ABC to be strengthened, Corp to join hands with animal welfare NGOs

 The city corporation is considering associating with animal welfare NGOs in the city to give momentum to its Animal Birth Control (ABC) Programme.

06 Nov 2019

Loved the viral ‘Nagumo’ animation video? Here is the man behind it

Anand says that he had shortlisted the Nagumo song a while ago as he thought it would make the ideal choice to create some entertainment. 

05 Nov 2019

A walk down history

As the Secretariat, the seat of the government, celebrates 150 years, city residents are getting a glimpse of the historical journey of Kerala.

05 Nov 2019

Sidhartha Babu is a shooting star

The self-taught shooter is in high spirits having shot 616.6 points at the mixed 50-metre prone rifle category.

01 Nov 2019

ABC of strays goes astray

According to councillors and animal rights activists, the birth control programme of dogs is being used as a money-making opportunity and not carried out in earnestness

31 Oct 2019

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