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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

Human trafficking: Shadwell CEO held

‘The Ernakulam central police on Saturday arrested the chief executive officer and human resource manager of ShadWell’s, a prominent education management company that operates in Infopark, on charges

Many Amway officials face arrest

As part of intensifying the probe against the Amway India Enterprises, the crime branch of police has decided to arrest Amway India Directors-Pahlavi Suresh Shraff and Shabdul Suresh Shraff and hundre

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

CPI-M wants SC's amicus curiae in temple case removed


Senior counsel Gopal Subramaniam is loyal to the erstwhile Travancore royal family and not fair in discharge of his duties as the Supreme Court's amicus curiae in the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple case

Building flats on ‘shaky’ law


If you are looking for an apartment, you certainly don’t want to fall victim to a scam.
Considering the scarcity of land in Kerala, people here are left with little option but to buy a flat, especial

Rs 70,000 cr sitting on a powder keg

Private chit fund business in the state is on the verge of a collapse. With the defaults growing and no chit funds being launched by the around 5,000 private players, the collapse of one chit fund can

350 cinemas remain closed

Nearly 350 cinemas affiliated to the Kerala Film Exhibitors’ Federation will remain closed with a meeting of exhibitors held here on Monday refusing to withdraw the stir.

However, the exhibitors sai

India assures Italy of justice in Marines' case

External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Tuesday met Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and urged him to await the verdict of Indian courts on the two Italian Marines accused of killing two Indian

Hepatitis-B strain spreads alarm

As much as 23.9 per cent of blood samples collected from two wards of Ooramana in Ramamangalam panchayat have come out positive for Hepatitis-B .

An interim report of the virology team from the Manip

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