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Kerala minister now says that only 2 women entered Sabarimala not 51 as previously said

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 5: Days after the Kerala government tried submitting in the Supreme Court a list of “over 50 women who entered the Sabarimala temple” since its September order allowing all women of menstrual age into the shrine, the state assembly was told that only two women managed to do so. Continue reading “Kerala minister now says that only 2 women entered Sabarimala not 51 as previously said”

Kerala issued with 102 crores bill for using Air Force aircraft in flood rescue

NEW DELHI Feb 5: The centre has forwarded a bill of Rs. 102 crore to the Kerala government for using Indian Air Force planes and helicopters for flood relief operations in the state last year, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday. Continue reading “Kerala issued with 102 crores bill for using Air Force aircraft in flood rescue”

Supreme Court to hear pleas for review of Sabarimala verdict on Feb 6

New Delhi Feb 2: A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court would hear on February 6 a batch of petitions seeking review of its judgment allowing entry of women of all age groups into Kerala’s Sabarimala temple. Continue reading “Supreme Court to hear pleas for review of Sabarimala verdict on Feb 6”

Kerala Police stations to turn child-friendly with mini-parks, toys and comic books

KOCHI Feb 2: Police stations in the state are set for a makeover. The authorities envisage converting more existing police stations into child-friendly centres and new ones will be designed keeping this objective in mind. Continue reading “Kerala Police stations to turn child-friendly with mini-parks, toys and comic books”

Thiruvananthapuram to become country’s first city where only electric buses will ply roads

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 1: A budget announcement in that Thiruvananthapuram city will be turned into city with buses that are powered by electricity only. Continue reading “Thiruvananthapuram to become country’s first city where only electric buses will ply roads”

Elderly woman who received Vijay Sethupathi’s kind gesture pass away

KOCHI Jan 31: Vijay Sethupathi, popularly known as ‘Makkal Selvan’, is known for his bond with fans. The actor, who is currently in Kerala, for the shooting of his new movie ‘Maamanithan’ recently found time to take snaps with his fans. And several videos circulated online shows him taking selfies with locals. Continue reading “Elderly woman who received Vijay Sethupathi’s kind gesture pass away”

Pinarayi Vijayan criticises Kerala officer for search in CPM office

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Jan 29: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday slammed a woman IPS officer who searched the office of the ruling CPIM), saying some vested interests had a tendency to “tarnish” the image of those in politics. Continue reading “Pinarayi Vijayan criticises Kerala officer for search in CPM office”

Backstabbing is in DNA of Malayalees: KJ Alphons

KOCHI Jan 28: The lone Keralite in the Narendra Modi Cabinet, bureaucrat-turned-politician K.J. Alphons, on Sunday expressed his ire at the way Malayalees behave and attributed it to a DNA issue where backstabbing is common. Continue reading “Backstabbing is in DNA of Malayalees: KJ Alphons”

Mohanlal and scientist Nambi Narayanan conferred with Padmabhushan

NEW DELHI Jan 26: Actor Mohanlal and scientist Nambi Narayanan have been conferred with Padmabhushan.

The late Bollywood actor, Kader Khan, has been named for the Padma Shri honour by the government, which will also confer the fourth-highest civilian honour on film celebrities like Prabhudheva and Manoj Bajpayee. Continue reading “Mohanlal and scientist Nambi Narayanan conferred with Padmabhushan”

Survey says UDF to win 16 seats and LDF 4 with hung parliament

NEW DELHI Jan 25: An extensive survey conducted across the country has found that the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) would lose its overwhelming majority in Parliament if Lok Sabha elections were to be held. The survey predicts a hung Parliament if elections were held. Continue reading “Survey says UDF to win 16 seats and LDF 4 with hung parliament”