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Indian rupee being printed in Pakistan?

Economic warfare may be an old game the Germans started in the 30s, printing enemy country currencies to destroy their economy.

Now, Indian currencies are printed in Pakistan. The report submitted by

Flight-curious teen creates scare at Cochin Airport

Kiran, a 14-year-old from Thrissur, came all the way to Cochin Airport with Rs100 in hand to have a close view of flights.

The viewers gallery, however, could not satisfy his curiosity and he jumped

Fake currency notes circulated out of state

Kerala has become a conduit point from where fake notes are being distributed to neighbouring states.

Kochi and Kozhikode were the major centres for distribution of these notes till recently. However

Ascetic is ‘young’ through kayakalpa

A 92-year-old ascetic, Yugal Saran Maharaj, who underwent a special 45-day kayakalpa treatment in seclusion, now has black strands sprouting in his otherwise grey beard and also confesses to feeling “

150-yr-old tea bush preserved in TN

The morning cup of tea South Indians sip has a 150-year-old history in which the momentous tales of the Opium War and the tragic story of prisoners are blended in equal measure.

Former aide pens VS book, calls him tragic failure

In the run-up to the Assembly elections, a former aide of Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan is hurriedly releasing a book portraying him as a “tragic failure”.
In Chuvanna Adayalangal, which is to be released on Tuesday, K.M. Shajahan, who was once Mr Achuthanandan’s private secretary, charts the Chief Minister’s struggles against corruption and immorality and his final “submission” to the party leadership.

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