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Carpet bombing pounds Kerala capital

Many of the conflicts here are sharply three-cornered, with the BJP deploying some of its top names.

14 May 2016

Kerala Fire Tragedy: Resident Threatened, Verbally Abused for Filing Complaint Against Fireworks

Pankajakshi said that she was a heart patient and the situation was such that every year she had to stay away because of the deafening explosions.

11 Apr 2016

'Indian Ocean is China's Achilles Heel': Colonel Saji Abraham

\'\'David ne Goliath ko kaise maara?\'\' The way Colonel Saji Abraham asks it you know it\'s a purely rhetorical question.

18 Dec 2015

ISRO to Test Electric Propulsion on Satellites

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to try out electric propulsion on its satellites.

30 Nov 2015

Breakwater Can be Built in 30 Months: Adani Group

The 3.1 km-long breakwater - one of the toughest challenges of the 7,525 crore Vizhinjam seaport project- can be built in 30 months.

25 Sep 2015

Transmission Corridor Work May be Delayed

Construction of power lines between Edamon and Kochi for completing the Tirunelveli-Madakkathara 400 kV transmission corridor is likely be delayed.

10 Aug 2015

ISRO's SAGA-220 Pushed to 422nd Place in Ranking

Once ranked among the top 100, SAGA-220, ISRO’s supercomputer at Thumba, has been pushed to the 422nd place in the world rankings.

23 Jul 2015

Resurgent Monsoon Boosts Power Sector

The state’s power scenario appears to be in the pink with the hydel reservoirs receiving ample inflow, thanks to a resurgent southwest monsoon.

20 Jul 2015

200-year-old Dutch Ship Wreck Discovered Off Anchuthengu Fort in Kerala

A Dutch ship that had sunk off Anchuthengu (Anjengo) in the district in January 1752 has been identified as the Wimmenum.

04 Jul 2015

City Pays Homage to Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma

It was the All India Radio (AIR) that informed the remote tribal settlements in eastern Thiruvananthapuram about the death of Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma.

17 Dec 2013

Meet on GSLV mission launch set for 19th November

With the Mars mission on its way, the focus is now back on the Made-in- India cryogenic stage and the GSLV D-5 mission.

18 Nov 2013

APTEL scraps tariff fixed by SERC

In a rare decision, a national-level appellate forum has set aside electricity tariff fixed by the State Electricity Regulatory Commission in favour of the original, and milder, hike recommended by the KSEB.

07 Nov 2013

National Games: 'When?' looms, as work progresses

The reality is, no one can say with any degree of conviction as to when the much-awaited 35th edition will actually take place.

05 Nov 2013

Encyclopaedia Institute: Permanent home a distant dream

The present quarters at GPO is the fifth building rented by the State Institute of Encyclopaedic Publications after it was originally established as the Dept of Malayalam Encyclopaedia in 1961.

01 Nov 2013

'Hill People' find oneness in 'strange land by the sea'

The Kerala Mizo Association has around 130 members and officially meets once a year. The first Mizos began travelling to Kerala courtesy the CET. One student came down in 1985 and the numbers gradually rose

29 Oct 2013

Battle of petitions over Vizhinjam port

A battle of petitions is raging right before the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) expert panel takes up the environmental clearance request for the Vizhinjam international seaport project early next week.

27 Oct 2013

Vizhinjam: Battle of pleas rages

A battle of petitions is raging right before the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF)

26 Oct 2013

Battle of petitions over Vizhinjam port

The EAC of the MoEF is literally being ‘bombarded’ with more representations, for and against the ambitious multi-crore proposal

26 Oct 2013

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