Vinod Nedumudy

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Kerala’s heart skips a beat


A first of its kind scientific study released by a team of six doctors and commissioned by the Cardiological Society of India (CSI), Kerala chapter, to identify the prevalence of coronary artery disea

Students’ rain balm to Malayattoor


Rains will soon replenish arid parts of Malayattoor, thanks to a novel rain-harvest project being implemented by students and greens activists.

A simple device, with its top fiberglass funnel, collec

CIASL awaits European nod


The Cochin International Aviation Services Limited (CIASL), a subsidiary of CIAL, will have a grand take-off on the global maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) of flights when the European Aviatio

Initiative to give girls a ‘shield’ from abuse


It's a blot on society that girls and women have to be wary of predatory males, but that being the unfortunate fact, an initiative by the Junior Chamber International-Kochi to teach girls to protect t

10,000 seats to remain vacant in engg colleges

There’s trouble ahead for private self-financing engineering colleges in the state.

With demand falling, nearly 10,000 engineering seats are expected to have no takers this year, up from the nearly 8

IB to depute Kerala cops at CIAL


After failing to get a sufficient staff quota of its own, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) is in the process of screening the papers of 50 per cent of the Kerala Police personnel who have applied for depu

Melodious Salzburg

Salzburg castle on top of a hill

Salzburg, the birth place of Wolfgang Mozart, the prolific and influential composer of the classical era, has a special place in the hearts of music lovers across the world. Nature is rocking its own cradle here with the snow-clad Alps overarching and the resplendent Austrian architecture weaving a brilliant beauty in the land which is cut in the middle by the gurgling Salzach river.

Fake passports duck scan


The immigration officials at Nedumbassery airport are handicapped due to the lack of facilities and training to detect fake foreign passports and visas unlike their counterparts in Delhi and Mumbai ai

IOC withdraws 2,500 LPG cylinders from market

The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) which manages the Indane gas agency, withdrew nearly 2,500 LPG cylinders which were found to be defective or had crossed the expiry date, from the markets in Ernakulam

Brain dead may be life-givers


States like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka have made it mandatory for doctors to make queries and encourage relatives of the brain dead to donate organs

Swathi Krishna, the 17-year-old girl

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