Even though the government has been clamping down on ganja cultivation in the state, the contraband has been brought through porous state borders either via road or by train.
The police had launched an intensive search after receiving information on new gen drugs being sold among school and college students in the city.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has condemned the Kanhangad Nehru College incident where students offered condolences to the principal on her farewell day.
Tharoor called for mounting pressure on the Centre to fix the Minimum Support Price on crops based on the comprehensive cost of production.
Epileptic seizures or ‘fits’ in common parlance, refers to the short lasting signs or symptoms that occur due to abnormal and excessive misfiring of brain cells.
Though the police reiterated unnecessary panic is being created by scaremongers via social media platforms, the residents still aren’t convinced.
Range IGs have been asked to look into the complaints regarding the ‘black sticker scare,’ Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan informed the Assembly on Wednesday.
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According to police, the actor had used fake documents to register his car in Puducherry to evade the 20 per cent tax in Kerala on luxury cars costing Rs 20 lakh and above.
In these times when the narrative of history is being altered, silence is also a form of resistance, writer NS Madhavan said.
The final day of IFFK will showcase three films in the International Competition section.
Amidst the film festival frenzy, a group of students has claimed a space of their own in their attempt to extend a helping hand towards cancer-affected children in the city.
Having enthralled movie-lovers for the past seven days, the 22nd edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala draws to a close on Friday.
A big day for film enthusiasts with the final screening of some of the festival’s more important movies, particularly from the competition and homage categories.
On fifth day of IFFK two films in the international competition category - Malayalam film ‘Two Persons’ and French film ‘I Still Hide to Smoke’ - will have premiere shows.