Aishwarya Prabhakaran

Kerala rain aftermath: Plastic debris on riverbank a lesson for policymakers

Residents of Kochi are describing the plastic waste washed up in the Chittarpuzha river after heavy rains lashed the state as Nature's way of wreaking vengeance for human insensitivity.

18 Oct 2021

Kochi airport aims 60% revenue from non-aero streams

Before the pandemic struck, 70% of the airport’s revenue used to come from aeronautical operations and the remaining 30% from non-aero earnings.

14 Oct 2021

Kerala woman gives birth on board Air India London-Kochi flight

Giving birth on a flight is not something unheard of, but the state of mind of each individual on board witnessing the event, especially the fellow travellers, is beyond imagination.

07 Oct 2021

Virat Kohli’s former Lamborghini up for grabs in Kochi for Rs 1.35 crore

Known for his car collections, the cricketer’s orange Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder is now available at one of Kochi’s used luxury car showrooms for sale. 

20 Sep 2021

Let’s go kayaking!

Are you a aquasports enthusiast who wants to test the waters? Get in touch with Vaishali Deo and Vijay D Deo!

18 Sep 2021

Kochi airport sees 14% surge in traffic from August

With Gulf countries lifting the ban on flights from India, Kochi airport is witnessing a steady rise in the number of flyers after a lull in the last 12 months.

16 Sep 2021

With dine-in still banned, hotel sector sees no revival

Owners say government refuses to see their plight, point out Covid cases haven’t declined despite ban on serving customers indoors

02 Sep 2021

More flight services to Europe on cards: CIAL

 The Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) has initiated discussions with major airlines to improve direct flight services to European countries.

29 Aug 2021

Strict action plan against illegal waste dumping

Dumped garbage is increasingly a typical sight across the city. Instead of keeping the city clean and tidy, particularly during the rainy season, roadside corners have become waste yards. 

27 Aug 2021

Timeless with a twist

Aathira Manali’s ‘Inkpile’ has come out with an interesting blend of Onam-special clothes, made out of handwoven khadi

18 Aug 2021

‘Me’ packets to help dispose of sanitary pads

This made us think about making people aware of the sustainable ways of disposing of sanitary napkins,” said Ishita.

17 Aug 2021

At age of five, wonderkid from Kerala bags nine record titles

The little genius received her first record title at the age of five, as the youngest to identify the most number of scientists and their inventions in a minute.

15 Aug 2021

Anglo-Indian community to be included in e-district database

The E-Petition was submitted  by the Anglo-Indian Youth Movement Nazareth unit and other organisations in September last year.

06 Aug 2021

Retired Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore staff get assurance from union minister on arrears

Earlier this month, the FACT Retired Employees Association had held a protest demanding immediate payment of their wage revision arrears of 54 months from January 1997 to January 30, 2001. 

02 Aug 2021

Driving schools in Kerala heave a sigh of relief 

A total of 25,000 people are waiting to take their driving tests across Ernakulam district. Of that, 13,500 applicants fall under the Ernakulam RTO.

22 Jul 2021