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Revised Air India flight schedule affects NRKs

The departure of the Air India Express flight IX 412 from Sharjah in the revised winter schedule to around 9 am local time, to arrive at 2.05 pm at Cochin International Airport has come as an inconven

Search on for 5VCs, 4 PVCs

With several VC and PVC posts falling vacant soon and those at MG University already vacant, hectic lobbying is on for placements in these prestigious slots.

Senior academicians with either politica

CUSAT may give ‘break’ to students

The Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) is toying with the idea of allowing those undertaking courses to take a break, if need be, and then return and complete the course.

According t

Ex-VC lands varsity in soup over illegal construction

The former vice-chancellor of Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Mr K.S. Radhakrishnan, who is also the current chairman of the Kerala Public Service Commission, has landed the varsity

Getting nine cylinders to be a difficult task

A majority of LPG consumers are unlikely to get nine cylinders as promised by the state government in the light of the attached precondition that only the number of cylinders used the previous year wo

We were portrayed as terrorists: Passengers of Abu Dhabi-Kochi flight

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It was a harrowing 12 hours for passengers of the Air India Express (AIE) flight from Abu Dhabi to Kochi . Having been diverted to Thiruvananthapuram owing to fog early Friday morning, the passengers

Yesudas’ project, but none cares


His voice, always known for its mellifluous cadence, suddenly soared to an angry pitch and then settled down to notes of despair. Dr K.J. Yesudas, couldn’t conceal his fury and frustration on learning

Kochi to soon emerge as entertainment hub

Entertainment may not have been a key part of Emerging Kerala, but the lone proposal in the conclave related to the sector is emerging from the shadows to take the shape of a society that will set the

CITU in Kochi heading for split

Drawing energy and strength from the Onchiyam and Mundur uprisings in the CPM, a group of CITU activists in Kochi are raising a banner of revolt.

They are set to declare a parallel committee in prot

Tourism projects to undergo bidding

Showcasing 17 tourism projects at Emerging Kerala on Friday, Kerala tourism secretary Suman Billa said investors would be selected through a bidding process.

“We have put the estimates and anybody, i

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