Aathira Haridas

Finding her true colours

Techie Divya Ramachandran’s tryst with watercolour painting is proof that when it comes to creativity and art, sky is the limit

24 Apr 2021

People awaiting second Covid vaccine dose may get priority in Kerala

‘They can be covered within a week as state expects arrival of 2.5 lakh doses today’

21 Apr 2021

Art and innovation

‘Stencil Spray Art’ created by 33-year-old Diliip Devarajan is making waves in the art milieu

21 Apr 2021

Is Kerala paying price for lowering Covid guard?

Parties, people involved in poll proceedings flouted all rules, thereby pushing state into a battle with its own economy, feel experts

21 Apr 2021

Strict crowd control needed to flatten Covid curve, say experts

They say polls played vital part in spread, suggest return to ‘Break the Chain’ initiative 

20 Apr 2021

Timeless arts come alive in her world

 Lavanya Kannan, an arts and crafts trainer, has diversified into several traditional art forms, bringing rare and lost art to the fore with elan

14 Apr 2021

New Covid curbs come as dampener to businesses

Order issued during Vishu, Ramadan season to take a toll on traders 

14 Apr 2021

Shortage of vaccine: Mega camp in Capital put on hold

New batch of vaccine doses to arrive from Delhi only after April 15

13 Apr 2021

Covid-19 vaccination drive to be launched in Capital on Sunday

The corporation will launch Covid-19 vaccination drive in five wards in the city on Sunday.

11 Apr 2021

Voting an arduous task for tribals of Thodumala

Girija had a similar experience on Tuesday when she cast her maiden vote in the assembly elections.

09 Apr 2021

Call Me Venom

Venom, a 23-year-old youngster, who is passionate about the art of building bikes and helmets is creating waves on social media.

09 Apr 2021

A home away from home for mental health patients

The idea is to enable the patients to live in a homely support system along with the relatives before they shift to their homes.

09 Apr 2021

Saving animals in distress: Firemen turn Good Samaritans

 The firemen have turned animal saviours. Cat scratches or dog bites do not deter this group of Good Samaritans from going that extra mile and saving the animals.

06 Apr 2021

'No more compromises': Kerala govt's woman-centric campaign is setting social media alight

The campaign which was started at the fag end of January this year is turning into a major conversation starter.

03 Apr 2021

Rallying up his dreams

Younus Ilyas, one of the few professional raiders from the state to bring laurels rallying, talks about a new season ahead

03 Apr 2021

Polls come and go but transgender people sidelined

Even as transgender issues are being discussed in the social milieu, the community’s demands do not find a single mention in the manifesto of most political parties.

03 Apr 2021

Best foot forward

Meet 25-year-old Civin K P who is walking from Kerala to Ladakh, because wanderlust knows no boundaries

31 Mar 2021

Kerala is open, says My First Trip

Four years ago, it was a Ted Talk that inspired 23-year-old Deepanshu Sangwan to travel.

26 Mar 2021

Fuel saver cell

The fuel cell Vijith Vijay Kumar designed to replace petrol engines gave him a mileage of over 200 kilometres per litre.

26 Mar 2021

Kerala Blog Express goes local

The first day will see the travellers go to locations such as Poovar, Kovalam and so on in Thiruvananthapuram, followed by other major destinations in other districts.

24 Mar 2021

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