Anu Kuruvilla 

Simba’s homecoming: Bringing back furry companions in a pandemic

When Rajesh Anand returned to Kerala from Bahrain without his golden retriever, he didn’t think the ensuing events would eerily mirror ‘The Lion King’.

28 Oct 2020

Now, whole world can see, hear them

One, two, three and in perfect synchrony the three musicians belt out hair-raising music in a studio in Kochi.

15 Oct 2020

Guinness-worthy crochet

The Mother India Crochet Queen team which set the record, includes three Malayalis

06 Oct 2020

A green revolution brewing in the suburbs

As part of Subhiksha Keralam, paddy was grown in 50 cents in Chendamangalam

01 Oct 2020

For her, forest is an elixir 

Popular as the lady guide of Thattekad Bird Sanctuary, Sudhamma Chandran has a thing or two to say about living life on one’s own terms 

29 Sep 2020

Travel plans of railway passengers go off track

Commuters are up in arms against odd timing and cancellation of stops of special trains

17 Sep 2020

Ticket to great taste

Meet this Train Ticket Examiner turned vlogger who is gaining the spotlight online for her cooking skills

09 Sep 2020

Govt neglecting us, say tourist boat owners at Marine Drive

With the pandemic affecting their operations and the salty water of Vembanad Lake damaging their boats, tourist boat operators of Marine Drive are feeling neglected.

02 Sep 2020

Story in serendipity, 20 years of service

The story of how K Neelakantan, a retired Indian Railways employee, accidentally ended up changing 
the lives of many children with special needs

22 Aug 2020

UG Admissions: It’s a beeline for BCom in city colleges

It’s the admission time again.

20 Aug 2020

Vallarpadam rail link gets a new life

The otherwise-silent rail link has been witnessing steady traffic with around eight to nine rakes arriving every month

29 Jul 2020

Bottling two cultures

If one was to find similarities between Kerala culture and the Irish culture for a masterpiece fusion, it would definitely start with the shared love for fine alcohol.

29 Jul 2020

Stuck in containment zones, FMCG distributors feel the heat 

The distribution of perishable goods to over 400 retail shops has been hit 

28 Jul 2020

Awarding PhDs too take the online route but not everybody is thrilled

Even as online classes have become the new norm in the education sector, it is fast emerging as a future option when it comes to PhD open defence too. 

23 Jul 2020

No land for the turtles

With sea walls covering 80 per cent of the coasts, turtles, especially Olive Ridley, have become a rare sight today,From hundreds that come to nest on beaches, the number has dropped to 20

21 Jul 2020