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Kochi shines in run-up to Deepavali

Residents of Kochi, along with the north Indian communities, are gearing up for Diwali, the festival of lights.

The streets of Mattancherry, where Gujaratis and Maharashtrians comprise the majority

Mohanlal to open Diabetes Kerala ’12

The International Diabetes federation and Jyothydev’s Diabetic Research centre would observe this month as the ‘World Diabetic Month’ and various programmes would be held across the state as part of i

Metro work only after road widening: NHAI

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Looks like it’s not going to be a smooth ride for the implementing agency of the Kochi metro project, with the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) insisting that the viaduct work along the Aluv

Railways to help city treat waste

The Kochi City Corporation is tying up with the Railways to channel the city’s non-degradable waste and construction debris for construction activities of the Railways.

This waste can be used as a f

Suspended SI still roams free

The Crime Branch team probing the sex racket case in which a girl from Kazhakuttam was clandestinely taken to Dubai, is groping in the dark.

It is yet to arrest sub-inspector Raju Mathew who was ear

Intel eye on migrant labourers

The special branch police of the state central zone, who has been tracking the operations and livelihood of migrant labourers in Kerala, has found that they transfer around Rs 150 crore to West Bengal

30,000 nurses face revenue recovery

No end, yet, to the woes of the nurses in private hospitals. After a series of agitations for minimum wages, they now find banks are initiating revenue recovery process due to non-payment of their edu

Fraudsters use sex tapes to mint money

Fraudsters are finding new ways to siphon off public money — the latest trend being to give missed calls and lure subscribers by playing in recorded sex tapes.

Many subscribers fall prey to the new s

Criticism of state not sedition: HC

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The Kerala high court has ruled that forms of protests, like publishing material or preaching against the state, or even questioning the very form of the government, are not punishable acts.

For, “Th

Metro prep works to get over soon

Amidst the continuing confusion over who should undertake the main work of Kochi Metro, the preparatory works of the project including the North railway overbridge are getting completed. Indications a

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