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George lashes whip at UDF ministers on Facebook


Maverick legislator and UDF chief whip P.C. George has begun taking on his opponents, both in the ruling front and in the Opposition, through the social media platform. He has joined Facebook and also

Onasadya comes home

Hectic schedules and the busy city life are prompting Kochiites to use catering services to celebrate the much coveted Onasadya.

The traditional 26-dish Sadhya is beyond imagination for many families

Achuta to get facebook page in a fortnight

The power struggle between CPI(M) official faction and V.S. Achuthanandan has taken a Facebook twist with the “popular” Left leader’s official page all set to go live in a fortnight.

Prime sports action out from most homes

A majority of Keralites are losing live coverage of the ongoing India-New Zealand cricket series, live football action from Barclays Premier League & Spanish La Liga.

Chances are they won’t also see

University blind to victim’s plight

Kerala high court has issued notices to Kannur University and the state government for denying a visually challenged woman appointment as a lecturer at the university.

Justice S. Siri Jagan issued t

Parvathy Omanakkutan’s ‘flag dress’ sets off row


While the nation discussed how anti-national elements were spreading hatred through the social media, Keralites were busy protesting former Miss India World Parvathy Omanakkutan’s photo shoot clad in

250 FB profiles under police radar

Kerala Police has identified 250-odd Facebook profiles and Facebook pages seen to be spreading religious and anti-national messages. The list of these profiles is now with the DGP, who will soon initi

State’s spin on Marad

In a new twist to the conspiracy theory in the Marad massacre case and the demand for a CBI probe, the state government has taken different positions at the High Court.

While opposing Kolakkadan Moo

Gothuruth to celebrate 75 yrs of boat race


When the waves of Punnamada kayal come to rest, it is time for the waters around the sleepy hamlet of Gothuruth in Ernakualm to reverberate as the boatsmen strike their oars to the rhythm of songs.


Court ‘dissatisfied’ with Marad probe

Even after the completion of 9 years, controversies over the probe into the larger conspiracy in the planning and execution of the second Marad massacre looms large over the consciousness of citizens

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.