Anuja Susan Varghese

Covid vaccines dance to tune of Ra Ra Rasputin!

Shaking their crystal legs, it is the vaccine twins who are now stepping to the tune of Ra Ra Rasputin on social media.

11 Apr 2021

Hunting down hunger this Kerala priest's style

Fr Davis Chiramel is on a mission to feed the hungry in care homes across the state with the raging pandemic rendering even those willing to contribute helpless, writes Anuja Susan Varghese

11 Apr 2021

In Ramanthuruth, 15 of 18 voters exercise franchise

The excitement and the hustle and bustle of elections, as seen elsewhere, was missing in Ramanthuruth.

07 Apr 2021

Second Covid wave to spread faster: Experts

Relaxations in curbs, religious festivals and two polls may be reasons for sudden spike

06 Apr 2021

Vaccination before elective surgeries can prevent Covid complications: Experts

Patients from various parts of the state who are planning to undergo surgeries and also those who have completed their procedures have ended up with post-Covid complications.

05 Apr 2021

Covid conundrum: First wave yet to subside, second not far away

So far, six variants have been detected in the country, two of them reported in state; genome sequencing for identifying possible variants progressing

01 Apr 2021

Church row sore point, but loyalties remain unchanged

Orthodox Church to stay clear of parties; incumbent MLA expected to win, but laity’s resentment against govt may dent his victory margin

30 Mar 2021

Time to start COVID-19 vaccination for all in Kerala, say experts

The state is gearing up to vaccinate over one crore of its populace aged 45 and above, irrespective of comorbidities, in April. 

29 Mar 2021

This election will reveal new realities: Cardinal Alencherry

Church against communal polarisation and vote bank politics, says major archbishop; asserts there’s nothing wrong in parties engaging with religious leaders

25 Mar 2021

In Ernakulam’s Jacobite belt, wind blowing towards Left

In Mulanthuruthy, Piravom & Kothamangalam, faction members believe LDF govt had tried to maintain status quo at churches to an extent

24 Mar 2021

‘Lung, kidney ailments common Covid after-effects’

Due to fear of Covid-19, many patients with comorbidities were reluctant to visit hospitals and many struggled with the worsening of their condition as well. 

21 Mar 2021

A chip off the new block

14-year-old Advaidh Manazhy’s mosaic portraits made of Rubik’s Cubes have bagged him a place in the Asian Book of Records

16 Mar 2021

Kerala: Covid cases declining, but experts call for caution during polls

Test positivity shows a diminishing trend for past one week, state govt comes up with detailed guidelines for candidates, workers taking part in electioneering

14 Mar 2021

Covid jab beyond reach of bedridden

 Even when senior citizens are rushing to hospitals for taking the jab, there are those bedridden and more vulnerable who cannot reach the hospital.

14 Mar 2021

Quick Covid tests gain ground as demand grows

 As Covid negative certificates are mandatory for those travelling within and outside the country, people are opting for tests that give quick results.

10 Mar 2021