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It’s free entry to North

Unauthorised multiple entrances, as many as seven, are posing a security threat to the North railway station.

It’s literally a cake walk for anyone to make an unauthorized entry into the station as c

IOC yet to pay victims of tanker blast

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) says it has not decided yet on the payment of compensation to victims of the Chala LPG tanker mishap, which claimed 20 lives on Aug. 27.

“The IOC has not taken any decisi

Few get stick for traffic violations

The 15 CCTV cameras installed on the 35-km stretch of the national highway from Vytilla to Cherthala captures more than 3,000 traffic violations daily. But a severe staff crunch in the motor vehicles

Getting nine cylinders to be a difficult task

A majority of LPG consumers are unlikely to get nine cylinders as promised by the state government in the light of the attached precondition that only the number of cylinders used the previous year wo

Science to drive future biz

It can be daunting for any entrepreneur to sell his successful company and plunge into unchartered waters.

But Sreedharan Nair Santhosh, better known as Sam Santhosh, did what would have been unthi

Detention, not conviction for 18-21 age group: HC

In a major directive, the Kerala high court has asked all the subordinate judicial officers in the state to order detention – instead of conviction – of offenders in the age group 18-21 to the Borstal

Vidyarambham: Hundreds of kids in Kerala enter world of letters

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Hundreds of children in Kerala today entered the world of letters by performing the 'Vidyarambham' ceremony on the occasion of Vijaya Dasami, marking the finale of the Navaratri festival.

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Maradona in Kerala next week


Soccer fans will get to see Argentine football legend Diego Maradona on October 23 when he arrives in the state on a two-day visit for the inauguration of a private jewellery group of which he is the

DC impact: MLAs take up cause of rivers, ban on pesticides in Kerala

Green Brigade MLAs in UDF on Saturday sought a ban on pesticides polluting the rivers in Kerala in the wake of the shocking report of Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON). The

Kochi Metro chugs off track

Notwithstanding Metroman E. Sreedharan’s letter to urban development ministry claiming that the Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) clause banning consultants from executing projects is not applicabl

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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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