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Kochi Corporation’s move challenged


The Kochi Corporation could find itself on shaky ground should the Hotels and Restaurants Association decide to challenge the raids it has been conducting on several food outlets in the city.


Road work drags on in Cheranellore


A section of the Cheranellore panchayat residents in the northern fringe of the city, are agitated with the promoters of the over Rs 1000 crore Medicity project coming up on over 50 acres on the banks

Entrance tests weigh down students


Come Sunday and Plus Two students will embark on a two month period of keeping appointments with over three dozen entrance tests for professional courses.

Students who would otherwise spend their su

Kerala Govt surrenders to ICC in SF admissions

Fresh from the resounding victory at Piravom, the Oommen Chandy Government has lost no time in giving legitimacy to the contentious stand of the Inter-Church Council (ICC) on the admissions to profess

MG varsity book fair under cloud

The Mahatma Gandhi University, which conducted the International Book Fair (INFOBA-2012) for a period of 10 days in January this year, has come under a cloud with the university vice-chancellor refusi

Cusat: Applications at all-time high

The Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) received a record number of applications and also revenues this year for its Common Admission Test (CAT-2012) for B.Tech and Post-Graduate cours

Probe into fishermen's deaths: Who's bluffing?


In the latest claims and counter-claims related to the Enrica Lexie, the legal counsel of the ship’s owner, Mr V.J. Mathew, said the ship was anchoring off Kochi coast for the past 10 days voluntarily

Kerala tops in rabies vaccine

Kerala, a role-model for the rest of the nation on many aspects of social development, has added one more feather to its cap. It’s set a record in reaching anti-rabies vaccine to the maximum number of

Corp yet to refund money to Tuskers


Even as the bidding for the fifth edition of Indian Premier League has taken place ‘relegating’ Kochi Tuskers Kerala (KTK), it is learnt that the Cochin Corporation still owes KTK nearly Rs 1.5 crore

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