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Italian marines cheer country's entry into Euro Cup


When Mario Balotelli fired the first goal into the German net in the semi final of Euro Cup at Warsaw in Poland, the two Italian marines here thought for a while. They thought, how it would have been

Fake currency flowing to Kochi from Gulf


The circulation of counterfeit currency notes is on the rise in Kochi again as the police suspect that a huge amount of such notes must have been flowing in from the Gulf, especially Kuwait.


Fraudsters, fakes now online


A few months ago, ace director Rajasenan realized that a fake profile of his had been created with his name, email id and photograph by a total stranger on Facebook.

The perpetrator, understood to be

Real CBI Iyer says goodbye


Radha Vinod Raju, super sleuth, anti-terrorism expert and first chief of National Investigation Agency (NIA), died in Kochi on Thursday.

He was 63, and leaves for posterity the ‘filmy touch’ to his

Syllabus all ready for ‘security citizens’

The first batch of the Citizen for Security programme will undergo a two-day training class at the conference hall of the Ernakulam Traffic West police station on June 23 and 24.

Around 100 voluntee

Pan masala ban turns a farce

For Murugan, a 34-year old migrant labourer from Tamil Nadu who came to Kochi for daily wage jobs, the state government’s decision to ban pan masala products was a bolt from the blue. Being an addict

Padmanabhaswamy temple-model security for RBI


The regional office of the Reserve Bank of India at Kochi could soon be provided a five layer security cover like the Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram in view of the increasing risk to its

Alarming rise in child abuse cases


The district wing of the Child Welfare Committee is set to increase the number of days of adalat from one to two in a week, owing to the rising number of child abuse cases here.

According to CWC offi

Free laptops lure students to Tamil Nadu


Chennai has pipped Bengaluru to post, becoming the most-desired destination of higher education for students from Kerala.

It is not the standard of education or the variety of courses on offer that i

More mobile towers on coast

The Kochi police are keen to strengthen the mobile phone network at sea, and to this end are preparing to hold talks with private mobile network providers in the state for installing more mobile tower

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