Three dead, others missing after dinghy carrying migrants overturns near Greek holiday island
The bodies of two adult women and an adult man were recovered at sea several hours later.
Catholic priest opts out of pastoral duties to ‘clean up’ Church
The Curia comprises the administrative institutions of the Holy See and the central body through which the affairs of the Roman Catholic Church are conducted.
Kerala HC declines to extend stay on govt order banning vacation class
The director general of education (DGE) had ordered primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in government, aided and unaided sectors not to conduct vacation classes.
Four score 625/625 in SSLC exam in Karnataka
KSEAB director HN Gopalakrishna said that the overall pass percentage for the academic year 2022- 23 is 83.89. It was 85.13 last year.
PM promised to address violence against Christians: Cardinal
Mar George Alencherry terms Modi’s meet with seven Church heads a success. He says they informed PM about issues of farmers and fisher community.
Latin Church mouthpiece flays Mar Alencherry’s statement
The publication criticised the Cardinal’s statement that Christian persecution has been a perennial feature in India.
Bishops, representatives of Catholic education institutions meet CM Pinarayi Vijayan
The bishops also made requests for new scholarships for students and submitted a five-point memorandum on the development of self-financing engineering colleges.
Punch, kick, roll...: Malayalis and their enthusiasm for martial arts
Martial arts are gaining popularity as cool ways to keep oneself fit and boost self-confidence
Roman Catholic priest's remark on joining BJP sparks outrage in Tamil Nadu
The video did not go down well with the devotees and many said Amaladas' remarks were against the interest of believers.
Woman kills alcoholic husband with dosa pan in Tamil Nadu
On March 22, Ravikumar came home inebriated and started to assault Jyothimani. Unable to bear it, Jyothimani retaliated and hit Ravikumar with a dosa pan. Ravikumar fainted and died.
Worried about surge pricing on inter-state bus routes this festive season? MVD is on the case
Concerned over indiscriminate action without fixing minimum rate, operators say overcharging hasn’t been defined
Karnataka Assembly election: Six-time legislator Ramesh Jarkiholi faces a daunting task in Gokak
As to how he will bolster his position to continue his winning streak will be an interesting factor to watch.
Six Bajrang Dal workers held for disrupting Holi party in Mangaluru
Young girls and boys were enjoying the Holi party, spraying colours on one another, when the right-wing outfit's members disrupted the programme saying the youths were exhibiting indecent behaviour.
Bishop’s rubber politics puts Kerala Congress factions in fix
KC(M) and KC(J) adopt cautious approach; top leaders refuse to comment, but privately admit that the bishop’s statements have put them in a tricky situation
Pamplany brings farmer politics to centre stage in Kerala
Catholic Bishops’ Council of India Laity Council secretary V C Sebastian said the farm prices are an issue of livelihood of the farmers.
‘Incorporating sports in curriculum is essential for well-rounded education’
With the support of every stakeholder, the government will create a sports ecosystem and nobody can stop India from becoming a sports superpower,” he added.
'Hike price of rubber to Rs 300 a kg, bag our votes': Kerala Bishop's message to BJP creates ripples
"The BJP is trying to create communal strife and turn the country into a Hindu Rashtra. So the price of rubber is not the only problem," CPI(M) state secretary M V Govindan told reporters.
Ramesh-Shah talks in Delhi raises brows
Ramesh said he had shared information about the prospects of the BJP in various constituencies in the state and developments in the 18 constituencies of Belagavi district.
H3N2 virus: Schools closed for students upto class 8 in Pondicherry
Making this announcement in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Puducherry Education Minister A Namassivayam said that the holidays are for students from Primary to class VIII for all schools.
On Traffic and Holi
Last week, two stories caught my attention. The first one was about a groom who used Bengaluru’s traffic to run away from his wedding.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test