Anu Kuruvilla

In Kerala, 112 kids with spinal muscular atrophy seek aid

With the medicines providing a ray of hope, Cure SMA Foundation submits a letter to the CM seeking urgent help on the matter

23 Jul 2021

Govt school students’ capsule filter coffee bags international recognition

At a time when everyone looks down on the general education system, students of a government school in Ernakulam district have bagged global recognition.

18 Jul 2021

People with obesity bound to struggle with Covid, says survivor

Shaz systematically took the antibiotics and monitored his temperature, pulse rate and oxygen saturation.

12 Jul 2021

Story of a gritty woman breaking into male bastion of real estate

 Dhanya Vishnu, a single parent, has overcome multiple career breakdowns to find success as a real-estate agent, reports Anu Kuruvilla

11 Jul 2021

Student Volunteer Corps brings cheers to Covid-hit citizens

He said it all began with an initiative to collect clothes and books launched as part of Children’s Day celebrations.

11 Jul 2021

Little poetry lover

Every child is special in his own way.

07 Jul 2021

Chiri project busy bringing smiles to kids’ faces

Last week, the Chiri helpline received a desperate call for assistance from the parents of a Class 10 boy at Thammanam who had locked himself up in his room.

27 Jun 2021

Professional tour guides take to teaching foreign languages

However, the pandemic brought everything to a standstill.

25 Jun 2021

No TC required to enrol in govt schools, CBSE schools cry foul

Mgmts say it will lead to non-payment of dues by parents & poaching by aided schools

11 Jun 2021

Lockdown effect: Hotels, restaurants in Kerala left to pick up crumbs

The business was going in full steam for owners of Moopan’s Restaurant at Thellakom in Kottayam when Covid outbreak brought it to a grinding halt.

10 Jun 2021

Art of life

Suffering from muscular dystrophy, Muzamil uses the little movement in his hands to creative effect, reports Anu Kuruvilla 

06 Jun 2021

Kids to celebrate ‘Pravesanolsavam’ at home

Education dept, CBSE schools have drawn up plans to improve teaching-learning experience this academic year

01 Jun 2021

From forest, with love: Threee siblings from Urali tribe in Kerala become doctors

Belonging to the Urali tribe, siblings Pradeep, Surya and Sandeep have beaten all odds to earn medical degrees, reports Anu Kuruvilla

30 May 2021

Tapioca, pineapple farmers hit hard by lockdown, rain

Some days are good for Sivadasan, who manages to sell around 100kg in a single apartment complex.

29 May 2021

Unable to buy textbooks, parents of CBSE school students in a tight spot

Parents of CBSE school students are in a fix. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, during his daily Covid briefing recently, said classes will begin from June 1 and online mode will be the norm.

26 May 2021

Bored of ‘work from home’? Try IRCTC’s ‘work from hotel’ package

The pandemic has forced everyone to stay indoors and work from home has become the norm in nearly every office, be it government or private.

23 May 2021

Class 12 exams put off, students stare at uncertainty

With Class XII Board examinations getting postponed and little information available on the conduct of various professional entrance tests, the students are staring at uncertainty.

21 May 2021

Pop goes the bristle

Razeena, a 29-year-old artist travelled the lengths of confusing careers before finding her true passion in art

21 May 2021

Chorus grows for conduct of CBSE Class XII exams

The conduct of the CBSE Class XII examination is becoming a hot topic of discussion with petitions being filed in the Supreme Court.

20 May 2021

Cyclone Tauktae: Angry sea batters Kochi's Chellanam; Edavanakkad too faces tidal fury

Two people suffered injuries after debris from collapsing walls fell on them in Chellanam.

15 May 2021

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