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Indian nurses still an exploited lot: Study


They are hailed as 'angelson earth' but the personal and professional lives of nurses in India are rather 'miserable', especially of those working in private health sector, with low salary, poor worki

Spare the cylinder

While housewives are still coming to grips with the Centre's decision to restrict the number of subsidised LPG cylinders in a year, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (

Jose Cyriac new chief secretary

Senior IAS officer K. Jose Cyriac, who is now on central deputation, would be the next Chief Secretary of the state.

He will take over from incumbent K. Jayakumar whose tenure will end later this mon

Biennale will open the world to Kochi, says Madhavan


Kochi Muziris Biennale will be the great opening to the world of art.

“For the harbour city which once opened its doors to the myriad world of trade, this Biennale will now open the world to Kochi,”

Akademi’s skewed selection upsets travel writer


Travel writer Jaison Panikulangara has questioned the Kerala Sahitya Akademi’s award selection procedure and alleged that most of the around 69 books received in the travelogue category last year migh

Kochi is safest in Kerala for women

According to the National Crimes Record Bureau Kochi has the highest number of crimes committed and number of cases registered in the country, but when it comes to crimes specifically targeting women,

Minister in dock over postings


In a shocking revelation, former director of the Co-operative Academy of Professional Education (CAPE-Kerala) KS Premachandra Kurup IAS has told the Kerala high court that unacceptable interference by

Call to halt trafficking of cattle from TN to Kerala


On an average, 1.80 lakh cattle are trafficked to Kerala every month and this is depleting cattle and livestock wealth in Tamil Nadu.

Concerned over the impact of cattle trafficking on the agrarian

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

LPG situation grim despite IOC steps


The LPG crisis did not ease on Saturday despite the IOC diverting supplies to the city from its Chennai facility. Several agencies of IOC saw long queues of consumers carrying empty cylinders for a

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