Vinod Nedumudy

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Education emerges to build foreign tie-ups

A memorandum for starting joint venture mechatronics school in Thiruvananthapuram by the state government and the German auto major, Mercedes Benz, highlighted the session on knowledge and education a

Seaport-airport waterway to skip Periyar

The state government has decided to explore an alternative way to operate the Seaport-Airport express waterway exempting the Periyar, which is the drinking water source of 40 lakh people residing in a

NGO bid to boost mental health


The voluntary organisation Maithri is spearheading a unique initiative in mental health care to prevent suicides in Kizhakkambalam village, east of Ernakulam.

The slogan ‘prevention is better than cu

CIAL approves new int’l terminal design


The process for materialising the ambitious Rs 600 crore new international terminal at the Cochin International Airport has gone a step further with the CIAL director board on Saturday approving

Shibu: A re-emerging Kerala is most needed


Taking a dig at the hype over ‘Emerging Kerala’, RSP leader and labour minister Shibu Baby John has said that Kerala needs to ‘re-emerge’ in some of the key sectors in which it got ‘submerged’ in the

National energy park cries for attention


The National Renewable Energy Park that was set up at the Children’s Park on Park Avenue on Mar-ine Drive in the city by spending almost Rs 1 crore is completing a decade of its existence. However, de

CIASL signs mou with Aerostar

The Cochin Internatio-nal Aviation Services Ltd. (CIASL), a subsidiary of Cochin International Airport Ltd., has signed an MoU with Romanian-based Aerostar for sharing technical know-how on maintenanc

Kerala tanker blast toll rises to 7, driver to be arrested


The death toll in the gas tanker blast at Chala here on Monday night rose to seven, with three more victims succumbing to their injuries on Thursday.

They were the husband and wife couple Abdul Rass

Bid by TUs to upset Periyar plan: Greens


The Greens are up in arms against the trade unions’ alleged bid to torpedo the River Protection Authority, which was proposed by the environmentalists and agreed to by the state government.

The Green

Hospitals ill-prepared to treat burn victims in Kerala

Even as several persons battle burn injuries in hospitals in the aftermath of the Kannur tragedy, it has come to light that hospitals in the state are ill-prepared to deal with burn victims.

There ar

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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.