Anu Kuruvilla

‘Merit shouldn’t be overlooked based on regional differences’

For R S Bhaskar, memories of his uncle rhythmically chanting the epic Ramayana influenced his creativity.

30 Mar 2021

Kerala elections 2021: Jose K Mani’s poll campaign in Pala gets 'Oru Mexican Aparatha' touch

The artists and materials for the videos were selected through the committees that were formed in each of the 12 panchayats.

29 Mar 2021

St Teresa’s 'toys from waste' earns praise in PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat

This initiative developed from the already existing project of making bags and pencil pouches, said Nirmala Padmanabhan, team leader of the project.

29 Mar 2021

For this raffle seller, honesty is above prize

Lady luck comes in different ways and for lottery seller Smija K Mohan, it came as winning Rs 6 crore bumper ticket which she sold over the phone.

24 Mar 2021

When Karate black belt Varsha sparred with Rahul Gandhi

A second-degree black belt in karate, Varsha read about Rahul taking up Aikido classes in an article about the martial art form. 

23 Mar 2021

Ramamangalam to spearhead village sports tourism

Sandwiched between Kolenchery, Muvattupuzha and Piravom in Ernakulam lie a quaint little village called Ramamangalam, which has been selected to be India’s first sports tourism village.

20 Mar 2021

Application window for Cusat admissions open till March 31

The registration for the academic programmes offered by the Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) for 2021-22 will be open till March 31.

20 Mar 2021

Life, unforgiving

Sixty-two-year-old M V Paulose of Karukutty created plastic bottle boats until the pandemic struck and robbed him of his bread 

19 Mar 2021

A century of triumph

As Union Christian College, popularly known as UC College, Aluva, celebrates 100 years of meritorious service this year, college authorities and alumni weigh in on the glory of the institution

18 Mar 2021

Another summer with no solution

With the mercury rising, residents of the city’s outskirts are struggling without water supply.

17 Mar 2021

Biofloc, the tech-savvy way to farm fresh fish

At a time when jobs are disappearing as a result of the economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new type of fish farming might be the solution that much needs.

16 Mar 2021

Where Malayalis find each other 

 One of the hardest parts of the pandemic and subsequent lockdown has been the lack of chances for dating.

13 Mar 2021

Why aren’t we talking about saving the wetlands?

Recently, the village of Chengara in Alappuzha district was in the spotlight due to the initiative undertaken by its birders, youngsters and residents.

12 Mar 2021

All’s well that ends well: An exhibition of past, present and future

According to him, he has been participating in exhibitions since he was a student.

09 Mar 2021

Fisherwoman on wheels: This Kochi vendor is using her scooter to make inroads into business

It is tough work. Carrying the heavy vessel on their heads and making rounds of the residential areas walking kilometres.

08 Mar 2021

Now, Kalady Sanskrit university regional director’s eligibility under scanner

Another appointment trouble has come knocking on the doors of the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit at Kalady.

08 Mar 2021

Old-world charm comes alive in Chendamangalam

According to him, the nine rooms have been allocated to nine persons engaged in traditional crafts like pottery, handloom, temple art and artefacts.

05 Mar 2021

One’s fair share

‘All On A Wall’, a business space sharing venture helmed by Anitha Anuj helps budding entrepreneurs by offering a brick and mortar presence for their brands at nominal rent

04 Mar 2021

This braveheart from Kerala fought all odds to become doctor

A fighter never says never. They take adversities by the horns and storm ahead.

03 Mar 2021

Skill Ride 

Nineteen-year-old Jeevan Saju found a way to use his photo morphing skills to purchase his beloved bike

02 Mar 2021

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