Anu Kuruvilla

Kochi Infopark breaks into sprint as Technopark slacks

Kochi’s Infopark has posted a 30% jump in the number of new companies operating under its wings, at a time the state capital’s Technopark more or less stagnated.

23 hours ago

Arun Raj R Nair tells social messages through his photos

Arun, who hails from Thiruvananthapuram, uses his lens to capture the stories of women who find themselves holding the short stick that life has gifted them.

31 Jan 2023

‘Milma On Wheels’ turns money spinner for dairy cooperative, KSRTC

Undertaken by the three Regional Co-operative Milk Producers’ Unions the project is proving to be a cash cow.

31 Jan 2023

Millet cultivation to get boost in Kerala

India too is keen to position itself as the global hub for millet.

26 Jan 2023

Nursing jobs galore in Europe, but none to teach their languages!

There are also job opportunities knocking on our doors from various other European countries.

21 Jan 2023

LED bulb not working? Don’t throw it away! Take it to an LED clinic

Women from Kudumbashree and Haritha Karma Sena form the bulk of the number.

17 Jan 2023

Campuses to micro-industrial units, Kerala govt polytechnics generate Rs 48 lakh in work orders
 

The transformation is part of the ‘Industry on Campus’ (IoC) initiative of ASAP Kerala and the technical education department.

16 Jan 2023

On the right track: 'World-class makeover' for Ernakulam Junction and Town railway stations

Passengers will no longer have to wait in stuffy and poorly furnished waiting rooms or climb up stairs leading to foot over bridges to reach the platforms all the while dragging their heavy baggage.

14 Jan 2023

Kumarakom, Beypore find place in Centre’s Swadesh Darshan 2.0

Selected with 34 destinations | Govt’s agency to decide funds for developmental activities 

06 Jan 2023

Colleges take renewable energy route, sell power to KSEB

Kerala colleges are taking the lead in generating power from renewable energy sources and selling the excess power to the KSEB.

06 Jan 2023

New Year’s eve near-stampede has stakeholders in bind

Industry veterans seek change in format, say residents oppose event; organisers continue to deny anything untoward

03 Jan 2023

Dearth of tourist vehicles: Tour packages cancelled

“The highest number of tourist arrivals into the state happens from between December 20 to the middle of January.

02 Jan 2023

New Covid guidelines have Kerala tourism sector in a bind

Officials with the tourism industry  fear the new Covid guidelines will lead to a flurry of cancellations

02 Jan 2023

Aluva seed farm, a museum of indigenous rice varieties

Rakthasali is the most favoured rice among farmers, she said. “Right from when we introduced Rakthasali, farmers took to it promptly.

31 Dec 2022

Athira Arts Club displaying floats in Cochin Carnival since 1984

According to him, it has been a thrilling ride over the years. “I joined the group around 10 years back. But there are still members who had been there since the founding of the club,” he said.

30 Dec 2022