140 teenagers committed suicide in Kerala for trivial reasons in last 6 months: Human Rights body seek report
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Sept 15: At least 140 teenagers killed themselves in Kerala for trivial reasons in the last six months, a study said, prompting the state Human Rights Commission (SHRC) to direct the Social Justice Department to examine the effectiveness of its suicide prevention measures.
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KASARAGOD Sept 9: The first dedicated COVID-19 hospital in Kerala, built by the Tata Group, was inaugurated in Kasargod on Wednesday by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who said it was an excellent example of how Public Private Partnership can be put to good use.
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Sashi Tharoor is only MP to support Adani Enterprises taking over lease of Thiruvananthapuram airport
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Sept 8: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had convened a meeting of all twenty MPs representing Kerala in the Indian parliament.
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Air India Express thanks Malappuram residents for their kindness and humanity during the crash which killed 18
KOZHIKODE Aug 10: People of Malappuram have come in for praise for saving several passengers of the Air India Express plane crash here that left 18 dead, with the carrier saying “Taking a bow to HUMANITY” and “We owe you a lot”. Continue reading “Air India Express thanks Malappuram residents for their kindness and humanity during the crash which killed 18”
This book about Kollam by P. Kesavan Nair is a must read for Kollam natives or who would like to know about Kollam
By A Staff Reporter
KOLLAM Aug 9: Kollathinde Innalakal (Yesterdays of Kollam), a book by social activist, trade unionist, thinker and writer P. Kesavan Nair has been trending amongst Kollam natives and those who are looking to know about the town Kollam.
The book, which contains facts based on the history of Kollam, is a simple and concise account of the history of Kollam which covers the three stages of the history of Kollam, namely, ancient, medieval and modern.
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Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. But that’s not a problem: This Keralite child’s one liner becomes a hit
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MALAPPURAM Aug 1: Mohammed Fayiz, a class four student from a village in Malappuram in Kerala, was always fascinated of doing short videos on You Tube. In one of his small video shoot, filmed by his mother, he shows how to make a origami flower using paper. Continue reading “Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. But that’s not a problem: This Keralite child’s one liner becomes a hit”
Thiruvananthapuram July 20: A truck that set off last year from Maharashtra carrying heavy, sophisticated machinery for a space research project at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram, reached the city in Kerala yesterday. Continue reading “Giant machine for space project from Nashik reaches Kerala after a year travelling four states”
Thiruvananthapuram July 19: As cases of coronavirus continue to rise in Kerala, the state government has decided to implement a “cluster care” method to mitigate the spread of the deadly virus, state health minister KK Shailaja said on Saturday. Continue reading “Kerala govt to implement “cluster care” method to stop spread of Covid”
Thiruvananthapuram July 19: With coronavirus positive cases on the rise, the Kerala government is setting up Covid First-Line Treatment Centres across the state to strengthen the medical infrastructure facilities, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said. Continue reading “Kerala govt to set up Covid First-Line Treatment Centres across the state”
New Delhi July 7: The “precious pluralism” that has been a civilisational asset to India in the globalised world is “sadly” under threat today and religious intolerance and majoritarian politics should not be allowed to undermine the country’s soft power, senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said on Monday. Continue reading “Religious Intolerance Shouldn’t Undermine India’s Soft Power: Shashi Tharoor”