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Keep religious rallies to one side of road: HC

The Kerala High Court on Thursday asked the state government to consider the possibilities of stretching the Pongala line of women devotees to Kanya-kumari in the south or to the opposite direction on

HC seeks last 3 years’ results of entrance

The Kerala High Court on Thursday directed the State to produce the results of the engineering entrance examinations conducted in the last three years by various universities in the state.

The court

Skyrocketing prices make vegetables bitter

Vegetable prices in the district have sky-rocketed during the last three weeks following erratic arrivals from Tamil Nadu, say tra-ders in the Ernakulam vegetable market.

“In key vegetable markets in

Bridges turn death traps after dusk


Driving across the Thevara bridges in the evening is no more an easy task. It has nothing to do with the terrific traffic or the like and everything to do with the streetlights.

The 20-odd lights on

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

Summer schedule has 4 new flights from Kochi airport

Four new flights to Singapore, Bahrain, Muscat and Hyderabad will fly out of Cochin international airport from March 25 when the summer schedule commences.

The new entrant, Tiger Airways, and Air Ind

Aluva corporation refuses to give government aid


While the state government has finally sanctioned Rs 40 lakh for the temporary bridge at Aluva Manalpuram , the Aluva Municipality is now refusing to hand over the amount to the temple advisory commi

‘Caste’ allegation against MGU VC

A controversy is brewing in the Mahatma Gandhi University with a student alleging that the vice chancellor had abused him by calling him his caste name and lodging a complaint in this regard with the

Kochi boys win KVPY scholarship

Sivaprasad S., a plus one student of Bhavana’s Varuna Vidyalaya, Thrikkakara, and Gautham Krishnan, a resident of Edapally and plus one student of MIRS, Chennai, have won the prestigious scholarship ‘

Anoop’s margin a sonstroke on LDF


The nine-month-old Oommen Chandy government on Wednesday won a resounding mandate in Piravom by-election as voters elected the ruling UDF candidate, Anoop Jacob, by a margin of 12,070 votes in a conte

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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.

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