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CBSE honcho on crusade against Dyslexia


When her daughter was diagnosed with the developmental reading disability, a top CBSE official paused for a moment. She decided it was time she not only took care of her child but also reached out to

Row over Metro implementation


Even as doubts persist over the ‘consultant’ Delhi Metro Rail Corporation taking up the Kochi Metro main works, top DMRC officials said the agency was carrying out the project on a turnkey basis and t

AC buses to airport every half-an-hour

Fliers to the city and those proceeding to Nedumbas-sery airport need not pay hefty charges any more to taxis to reach their destination as KSRTC is all set to deploy AC low floor bus-service from the

Meet the modern day role models


When it comes to the word ‘inspiration’, a name that occurs in students’ minds is that of Srinivasa Ramanujan.

Not many know, however, that the mathematical genius failed in all subjects except his

Buses coming to Kochi to enter Hub


In a relief to commuters, soon buses coming to Kochi from outside stations like Kottayam and Alapuzha too will enter the Vytilla Mobility Hub.

Currently, the buses coming to the city are skipping the

Railway cleaning employees threaten stir

You might find pests and rodents in long-distance trains originating from here in the next few days.

For, a row has erupted between the railway and a section of the staff here over spraying of pesti

Secret of science out for them


Doing a blood test is considered a complex procedure that can be handled only by medical professionals. But students like Aishwarya Vijay and Vishnumaya P. have now learnt to do a laboratory analysis

Entrance to home blocked by railways


A family residing adjacent to the Atlantis level crossing has been literally trapped after rail authorities blocked their only entrance with iron railings to rectify a “security threat” – direct acces

Feeder buses at 3 stations mooted

To widen the reach of the metro and ensure more passengers, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has suggested the operation of feeder buses at three vital stations — Aluva, Pettah and South, as pa

CSIR technology for potable water likely

The Ernakulam district panchayat is planning to adopt a technology developed by the central research body, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to ensure the purity of drinking water

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