Aparna Unni

Special Gifts Getting Ready for Students

Each student of Tribal LPS, Theviyarukunnu, will get a new bag and umbrella made in the school itself by their parents and other members of the community

22 May 2014

'Winning Innings' at KPCC Office

The only sounds that could be heard at the Kerala Pradesh Congress

17 May 2014

Hariharan Set to Compose National Games Theme Song

Just as ‘Waka Waka’ built up the frenzy for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the upcoming 35th National Games too will get a theme song featuring names such as Hariharan and Yesudas.

29 Apr 2014

Hariharan to Compose National Games Theme Song

Just as ‘Waka Waka’ built up the frenzy for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the upcoming 35th National Games too will get a theme song featuring names such as Hariharan and Yesudas.

29 Apr 2014

Spots Identified for Cameras on River Banks

CCTV cameras will set up in “sensitive spots” where dumping of garbage into the heavily polluted Karamana-Killiyar river system is frequent for day and night monitoring

25 Apr 2014

Buddha Statue Vandalised

The head and right shoulder of the statue - a meditating Buddha on a lotus - were found lying in pieces on the school premises

14 Apr 2014

Inspired by Passion

Lakshmi Devnath, who was in the state recently, speaks to Aparna Unni about her passion for music and how she channels this passion to create beautiful works for children

11 Apr 2014

‘First-ever’ Graphic Biography of Swathi Thirunal to be Released

Starting with the state of affairs that prevailed before Swathi Thirunal’s birth on April 16, 1813, the book takes the reader through his life, focusing on his contributions both as king and as composer.

07 Apr 2014

Jalanidhi: Plants to Remove Iron Content in Water to be Set Up

In order to treat the excess iron content in drinking water, the Kerala Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (KRWSA) is setting up iron removal plants in selected areas where its water supply schemes under Jalanidhi Phase I have been implemented.

02 Apr 2014

Results of Survey on Sparrows a Cause for Worry

For a bird that is supposed to be ubiquitous, the house sparrow is incredibly hard to find these days.

20 Mar 2014

Results of Survey on Sparrows a Cause for Worry

A three-day survey conducted in the city ahead of the World Sparrow Day which falls on March 20 counted only 127 of these once-ubiquitous birds from six selected sites

20 Mar 2014

Saying Bye to a Tedious Process

Since opening to the public in 1994 and countless shows later, the state’s only planetarium is set to enter the digital age as part of a Rs 12-crore project by giving up not only its old equipment but also a time-consuming process of putting up a show

11 Mar 2014

Planetarium Show to Go Digital Soon

The images you see on the dome of the Planetarium are a result of picture slides, halogen lamps and optical lenses in various “opto-mechanical” projectors; on the main unit, for example, 31 projectors are just for showing the stars.

10 Mar 2014

Saying Bye to a Tedious Process

Since opening to the public in 1994 and countless shows later, the Planetaium is set to enter the digital age as part of a Rs 12-cr project by giving up not only its old equipment but also a time-consuming process of putting up a show

10 Mar 2014

'Freedom Memorial': Wait to End Soon

The memorial, mentioned in the budget speech of 2012-13 to depict the ‘‘glorious moments of India’s historical struggle for freedom’’, is slated to come up on 30 cents of land near Vattiyoorkavu Central Polytechnic

05 Mar 2014

A Treasure Trove of Palmleaf Manuscripts

Kerala University’s Kariavattom campus houses an enviable collection of palmleaf manuscripts - about 40,000 manuscript bundles comprising 65,000 works

21 Feb 2014

KU Environmental Sciences Dept's Water Testing Facility

According to the faculty members, people can now approach the department with samples of water they want tested and they will be given the report within a week

18 Feb 2014

Suspense Continues over Trap and Skeet

Setting up of the trap and skeet range at the Army land in Mookunnimala for the 35th National Games continues to be a thorn in the side for the National Games Secretariat (NGS) with defence clearance yet to be received.

13 Feb 2014

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